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FDA investigating possible link between dog food and heart disease
"Federal regulators warning of a possible link between dog food brands impossible canine, heart disease, food, and Drug administration has investigated more than five hundred cases of dilated cardiomyopathy and dogs. After eating certain types of food dogs with 'em tire easily coffin have difficulty breathing. The FDA has identified. Sixteen grain free dog from brands which have the most frequently reported cases of DC 'em with a Qena bitter taste to the wild at the top no recall has been ordered as government. Scientists try to determine the nature of the link between the food and the hard issue. I'm Anne Cates dog showing possible signs of DC or other heart conditions. The FDA encourages you to contact your vet soon.
Refunds are shrinking under the new tax law
"Anne Cates. Most households got tax cuts under the 2017 law. But according to the Wall Street Journal tax cuts and tax refunds are not the same thing the tax cut is the change in what people owed for twenty eighteen compared with what would have been do if congress had done nothing. The refund is what happens when the IRS sends back any extra money people paid during twenty eighteen about two thirds of households are getting tax cuts paying less in twenty eighteen individual income taxes than they would have under the old system. Many but not all will get larger refunds and they typically do an estimate for the tax policy center. Fined sixty five percent of families will get tax cuts averaging just under twenty two hundred dollars. But tax payers won't see that effect. If they compare last year's refund with this year's and experts at Jackson Hewitt tax service are concerned consumers may incorrectly perceive that if they get back less than expected, then they're in a worst economic position, and that could show up in the form of weaker
180K Ram pickups recalled; power steering can fail
"That scooters are distributed fairly Shapiro says line is committed to making sure that everyone in all corners of the city have access to transportation when they need it to Pero says line is ready to deploy in Philadelphia as soon as the state legislature and city council pass regulations, but it's impossible to tell how long that will take Pat Loeb, KYW NewsRadio. And now we have a couple of technology stories for you this morning. Number one, Amazon has a new device. It's facial detection technology, but we could have a big glitch. A new study finds the Amazon technology often miss identifies. Women as men, particularly when they have darker skin, researchers from MIT and the university of Toronto say they looked at Amazon because it has marketed the system to law enforcement privacy and civil rights advocates say Amazon should not do so because of worries about discrimination against minorities. Amazon says the study uses a facial analysis not facial recognition and that the technology has since been updated. I'm Anne Cates. And Philadelphia's teacher's union has developed a new smartphone app of their own in. It lets users report environmental problems in Philadelphia schools. Matt. Mike denardo. The PFC healthy schools tracker allows users to submit issues that need fixing in Philadelphia's aging school buildings says Jerry Roseman the union, health and welfare funds. Environmental. Scientist people are reporting mold their reporting lead paint damage. The union shares the info with the school district which compares the reports with its own data to see whether a fix is already in the works. Jim Creedon is the district's environmental consultant can supplement that. And we tackle it, prioritization and make things happen. That's obviously a good thing for students, but credence says he's concerned that a response to an urgent issue could be delayed. If someone reported it to the union through the app instead of notifying a district, building engineer directly, Mike DeNardo, KYW NewsRadio. And we'll have this story coming up for you in the next five minutes right here on KYW the secrets of the past on earth in an archaeological dig at the site of the museum of the American revolution are being disclosed. A new book on
"anne cates" Discussed on KGO 810
"Anne Cates. And accused Russian spy heads to court this week thirty year old Maria Boutin was arrested in July and charged with conspiracy and acting as an unregistered foreign agent for Russia. She pled not guilty and has been behind bars since then, but in a new court filing federal prosecutors and Bhutan has lawyers say her case has now been resolved and hearings now been set for Wednesday where she's likely to withdraw that not guilty plea prosecutors allege she used her context at the National Rifle Association to try to infiltrate US political organizations in order to push Russian interests, Jerry bowed lender. Washington sixteen Trump associates had contact with Russians during the campaign or the presidential transition as special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation continues correspondent Alexander Marquardt Muller's team, alleging the Trump organizations project in Russia worth hundreds of. Millions of dollars and continued as Trump ran for president was a lucrative business opportunity that sought and likely required the assistance of the Russian government. Meanwhile, ahead of Paul Manafort, sentencing, the special counsel's office revealed that Manafort continued to reach out to the Trump administration after he was indicted and struck a plea deal. And then lied about it. Why he tried to contact them is unclear Great Britain is still in a battle over Brexit. Correspondent Melissa bell. The United Kingdom could be getting closer to a no deal. Brexit on the side of the very little room for maneuver for the British Prime minister, essentially, her European counterparts have said over and over again that the deal that she has struck is the best that she will get. And again, the European Commission has indicated in the wake of the delay of this vote that that position has not changed on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrial average rose thirty four points, the S and P five hundred gained five the NASDAQ closed up fifty one..
Stock indexes log worst Thanksgiving week since 2011—all three fall at least 3.5%
"Seventeen points. And that's now in correction territory off more than ten percent from its peak on September twentieth. The NASDAQ fell thirty three points and for the weakest down more than four percent. According to Dow Jones market data. It was the worst thanksgiving week for all three indexes since twenty eleven. I'm Anne Cates. The Golden State Warriors said that Starr, Stephen curry wasn't injured. But after two drivers hit his car on a rain slick freeway today, the California Highway Patrol says curry was driving a black
Samsung admits fault over sicknesses, deaths of workers
"For the illnesses and deaths of some of its employees saying it failed to create a safe working environment at its computer chip and display factories. The announcement by the South Korean technology giant came weeks after the company and a group representing ailing Samsung workers agreed to accept compensation. Terms suggested by a mediator and end a highly publicized standoff that went on for more than a decade. Samsung acknowledged it did not sufficiently manage health threats eleven years after the family of twenty three year old woman refuse to accept a settlement. After she died of leukemia. I'm Anne Cates.
Anne Cates, Ventura County And Daryl Ashby discussed on Leading the Way with Scott Murray and Angel Carlton
"Anne Cates. California continues to battle an outbreak of wildfires with the winds comes this concern on the Wolsey fire burning in LA and Ventura County. There's a lot of people didn't have not burn county. Fire chief Daryl Ashby says with the winds embers could be blown back behind the fire lines and within the lines threatening homes and landscape that has up till now been saved or spared. The that we're not concerned about. The devastation is overwhelming home after home from mobile homes to multi million dollar homes doesn't have been level fire knows no economic status or boundaries. These winds are expected to last the next three days. Decreasing the danger in Malibu, I'm Jim Roope. Or at least twenty five people have been killed by the wildfires in the northern part of the state more than one hundred are missing that blaze has charged one hundred nine thousand acres destroyed sixty seven hundred homes and businesses and his twenty-five
"anne cates" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"I'm Anne Cates. With voter turnout expected to be the highest in decades. All eyes will be on Florida tomorrow night. Correspondent Ryan nobles. And that's why Florida is perhaps the most highly watched state Tacoma on election night because it's really the only state with two competitive statewide races. And it's also one of the biggest dates with highly competitive races. Plus, the US Senate battle in Texas is in the spotlight voters on both sides of the aisle will tell you the threat of a so-called Bluewave exists and is motivating people to cast a ballot. This woman brought her young daughter to a better work rally to get a glimpse of a tight political race in Texas. Daughter politics at work this veteran and Cruz supporter says voting is the only way to fend off the wave. That's our only weapons towards helping this country and keep our freedoms after high early voter turnout. Election officials anticipating a busy Tuesday at the ballot box. Clayton Neville, Houston. US navy reconnaissance aircraft flying in international airspace over the Black Sea has been intercepted by a Russian fighter jet today. Correspondent Barbara Starr Americans reported that this encounter lasted for twenty five minutes on one pass the Russian aircraft cost the Americans to feel turbulence on a second pass vibration before the Russians put on their afterburners and thanks to way from the American aircraft. Harvey Weinstein's lawyers want a sexual assault case against him dropped in a court filing. The former Hollywood producers attorneys say Harvey Weinstein's indictment was tainted by police misconduct. The attorneys want a dismissal or hearing. On what they call the extent of the misconduct. The Manhattan District attorney's office declined to comment. Police say the evidence against Weinstein is compelling and strong. I'm Mike Cremedas on Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average rose one hundred ninety one points, the NASDAQ closed down Twenty-eight. I'm Ann Cates..
"anne cates" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Six. I'm Anne Cates. Wwl news. I'm Steve coming. The national weather service has confirmed that the storms we saw Friday caused an e f one tornado in Baltimore meteorologist, Cody Ledbetter says the one hundred five mile per hour tornado collapsed award at Amazon sold the near Dundalk. Which ended up resulting in two fatalities there. Amazon says the two men who died were contractors are not employees of the company. Virginia democratic Senator. Mark Warner says election security is much stronger now than it was in years past t h s has been worked doing a very good job in terms of working with individual election. Registrars on CBS has face the nation. This morning Warner said there is a good cooperative relationship. But he still believes the Trump administration should have appointed someone to be in charge of election security following Russian interference on the two thousand sixteen election Warner said instead of creating a position Trump actually took steps against it by eliminating the cybersecurity position at the White House making the US potentially vulnerable to another cyberattack also on today's face the nation. Programme secretary of state, Mike Pompeo said there is still a lot of work to do to get to the bottom of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi's murder. We're working with us to be able to determine all of those who responsible for this. Atrocious murder of Jamal kashogi, which the Saudis themselves. Now knowledge was premeditated Pompeo says they must do this while protecting the relationship between the United States and Saudi Arabia who has been an important partner at attempting to change the behavior of the world's largest state sponsor of terror from that Islamic Republic checking sports as you heard here on WMA AL Washington lost to Atlanta thirty eight to fourteen you hear a lot about polls. The only pulled accounts is coming up on Tuesday election day, be sure to be heard and.
Anne Cates, Assault And Harassment discussed on Into Tomorrow
"Is being reported for the purposes of click bait entertainment, the actor was arrested and charged with assault and harassment. I'm Anne Cates.
"anne cates" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Pam. I'm Anne Cates. The alleged gunman in the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre has appeared in court. We'll do it in a shootout with police Forty-six year old Robert Bowers was wheeled into the courtroom where the judge read the charges against him court. Officers released one of his hands from handcuffs. So he could sign some documents US attorney Scott Brady says Bowers will again appear in court on Thursday at that time. We will have the opportunity to present. Evidence demonstrating the Robert Bowers murdered eleven people who are exercising. Their religious beliefs. Brady has started the process to seek the death penalty in the case Bowers is being held in jail without bond Jerry Bolander lender. Pittsburgh scissors say now faces federal charges after his arrest for sending more than a dozen pipebombs two prominent Democrats and CNN say has been ordered held without bail more troops are being sent to the Mexican border as thousands of central Americans make their way to the US general Taranto Shaughnessy says operation faithful patriot as it's being called. We'll focus on California Ariza. Zona in Texas and include along with military personnel. Helicopters, weapons, airplanes, barriers and razor wire. Meanwhile, US spokesman Stefan Jarek says the approach should be a balanced one that respects the rights of of refugees that respects the dignity of migrants and that respects the sovereign right of each member saved the United Nations to control their border. Jim Roope, Los Angeles. Newspapers are endorsing Beddoe Rourke over incumbent. Ted Cruz in Texas US Senate race, correspondent Clayton Neville, the latest big paper tobacco work is the Fort Worth star telegram, which in the past is endorsed Republicans like John Cornyn, George W Bush and Mitt Romney. But the paper wrote in an editorial that the office needs a reset in that Cruz was elected with no experience in any council or legislature, the Dallas Morning News and Houston chronicle also endorsing O'Rourke on Wall Street. The Dow fell two hundred forty five points. I'm Ann Cates. This is a court ordered notice current and former Ford Lincoln and mercury owners or lessees can receive payments and other benefits from a.
Is lead in your bones fueling high blood pressure?
"I'm Anne Cates. Gum disease has now been linked to higher blood pressure. There's a new study that finds poor oral health makes it harder for people with hypertension to be able to satisfactorily manage their blood pressure. Those with gum disease had average blood pressure readings that were higher than those without gum disease. And importantly, the researchers have found that they were less likely to have their pressure under control, even when they were given medication
"anne cates" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Anne Cates. Hurricane Michael is now expected to be close to a category. Four storm as it takes aim at the Florida, panhandle meteorologist, Tom Sater will be the strongest hurricane to ever make landfall within forty miles of Panama City when we look at the warnings they extend well inland. So the wind speed is going to continue to be contained with this. The surge is going to be a big problem, but it's just the population alone. When you talk about fort, Walton beach Destin and Panama City to the east Appalachia cola. Hurricane Michael is packing. One hundred twenty mile an hour winds. President Trump says he has a list of five potential candidates to replace US ambassador to the United Nations. Nikki Haley who is stepping down at the end of the year reaction to the announcement from top Trump administration official Nikki Haley may have lost some clouds with the arrival of Mike Pompeo is secretary of state much more hands on than Rex Tillerson at the White House Pompeii on Haley partner buying for that now. Five months that she and I had working together your very well. Whatever comes next for her. Healy's resignation letter is dated October third in the midst of the brick cavenaugh fight now revealed, she thinks President Trump forgiving her the ambassadorship, adding as a businessman, I expect you will appreciate my sense that returning from government to the private sector is down the step down, but a step up. Bob Costantini, the White House. Brad Kavanagh has spent his first day on the job at the supreme court. Correspondent Ariane de vogue says the docket of upcoming cases is busy. There's one on the Affordable Care Act. The Trump administration has said that it is not going to defend key provisions of that. And then there's the whole case around the administration, and how it wants to phase out data that might come here. And then there's LGBT issues having to do with transgender rights on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrial average fell fifty six points the SNP closed down four. I'm Ann Cates..
"anne cates" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Four. I'm Anne Cates. And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters. The US economic boom won't be enough to stop the rest of the world economy from slowing finance ministers and central bankers had to Indonesian next week for the International Monetary Fund's annual meeting with the IMF signaling it will cut its global growth. Forecasts for the first time in two years after the best upswing since two thousand eleven even though Beijing hasn't sanctioned American oil imports yet Chinese buyers aren't taking any chances census bureau. Data released yesterday shows China halted purchases of US crude in August for the first time since September of two thousand sixteen. Oil rose for a fourth straight week more from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. Oil gained amid concern that Saudi Arabia and Russia may not pump enough to prevent a supply crunches Iranian cargoes disappear from world markets futures. Little changed New York ending the week one point five percent higher. According to the Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak prices may hit one hundred dollars a barrel. This fall as American pressure. Stymies exports from Iran OPEC's, number three producer Mohammed bin Salman, Saudi Arabia's crown prince insisted that the stalled plan to sell shares in oil giant Saudi Aramco will go ahead in an interview with the Royal palace in Riyadh. He promised an initial public offering by twenty twenty one and sticking to his ambitious of you that Saudi Aramco is worth two trillion dollars or more. Hedge funds had their worst third quarter performance since two thousand fifteen rising just three tenths of a percent on average amid surging bond yields and a trade war with China the industry. Gained a one point seven percent during the first three quarters of two thousand eighteen on an asset weighted basis that according to a report yesterday by hedge fund research global news twenty four hours a day on air and picked up on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg..
"anne cates" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"I'm Anne Cates. The FBI continues to investigate sexual assault allegations against supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh up. Correspondent Phil Mattingly reports on the process. The White House has to order it than the FBI goes does. It's interviews does its review men's sins. That information back to the White House the White House, then sends that to the Senate all one hundred senators because it's a supreme court nomination will have access to that information. But they'll have to read it in a private room. That information cannot be released publicly only a very limited number of staffers will have access to that information. So that raises a key question that I've been talking to a lot of senators top aides about how is the public or how are the center is going to be able to talk about what they find. Or what the FBI sends back. The New York Times is reporting that Cavanaugh was questioned by police after a bar fight in nineteen eighty-five, but he was not arrested. The US has reached a trade pact with Canada and Mexico. Correspondent Natasha Chen. The deal requires forty to forty five percent of off. Content. Be made by workers earning at least sixteen dollars an hour and requires more of a vehicle's parts to be made in North America. In order for the car to be free from tariffs automaker. Ford says it's very encouraged by this quote, the benefits of scale and global reach will help to drive volume and support manufacturing jobs. A war hero has been given the medal of honor army medic Ronald Shearer was awarded the nation's highest honor for conspicuous gallantry enough ghanistan where in two thousand eight he braved enemy machine gun and rocket-propelled grenade. Fire to treat wounded members of his team who were pinned down President Trump prays. Jurors bravery for more than six hours run bravely faced down the enemy. Sure left the military in two thousand nine and is now a member of the secret service counter assault team, Jerry bowed lender. At the White House on Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average gained one hundred ninety three points. The NASDAQ down.
"anne cates" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Resignation. I'm Anne Cates. The woman who has accused supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh sexual misconduct has agreed to testify before the Senate Judiciary committee correspondent Ariane de vogue. With a statement from the lawyer for Christine blase, Ford attorney said in this statement, although many aspects of the proposal are fundamentally inconsistent with the committee's promise of a fair impartial investigation into the allegations. We're hopeful that we can reach an agreement on the details and the Senate Judiciary committee chairman Chuck Grassley has stepped down over sexual harassment allegations correspondent Sarah Westwood reports on carrot ventures reaction to the accusation did say that he resigned last night before the NBC news report came out in order to not be a distraction for the committee during this difficult time he had been on leave from conservative public relations firm that is also working to promote Kavanagh's nomination. And so he was part of a temporary team. According to the Senate Judiciary committee that had come in to help with the influx of attention. And requests that the committee had been getting a new poll shows if the election were held today, President Trump would lose the popular vote. Again, this survey conducted by hill TV and the Harris ex polling company finds that thirty six percent of respondents say they would vote for President Trump. If the election were held today while forty four percent say they would cast their vote for Hillary Clinton Clinton campaign chief John Podesta says the poll results show dissatisfaction with the results of the two thousand sixteen election. The poll comes less than fifty days from November's midterm elections, which are widely expected to be a referendum on the president's first two years in office. I'm Kerry shoemaker has the Carolinas clean up from hurricane. Florence. A research firm projects the storm caused forty four billion dollars in damage and lost output. That's according to Moody's analytics, I'm Anne Cates..
SpaceX, Alvarez and Detroit Tigers discussed on Red Eye Radio
"Will announce on Monday who the first private moon traveler is and when the flight will be it's not the same mission SpaceX founder, Elon Musk outlined last year. The original plan called for
Roe, Wade and Supreme Court discussed on WJR Programming
"President Trump's US supreme court nominee faces his. First confirmation hearing tomorrow Brit Kevin. All has, been going through mock hearings with White House, lawyers hitting him with tough questions eight say including. His views on the road versus Wade nineteen Seventy-three ruling establishing a right to choose abortion cavenaugh will certainly, deflect. Direct, questions about row on CNN state. Of the union judiciary committee member, Senator Lindsey Graham well here's what I hope he'll do if there's a case before him that challenges are Roe v. Wade that he, would listen to both sides. Of, the story apply. Attest to overturn precedent Preston is important but it's not in. Ballot abortion opponents have hoped Cavanaugh will, provide the needed. Vote to overturn Roe while choice advocates are sounding the
Argentina’s Peso Tumbles as Turbulence in Emerging Markets Spreads
"A, mixed Friday. For US stocks it was a winning week thin trading as the Trump administration and Canada plan on resuming trade. Talks next week after discussions ended, with no deal as for the market outlook Phil Orlando is chief equity strategist at federated investors in our view the market is a little extended I think. We're in a fundamental vacuum if you will for the next six weeks or so and I think. We are going to see a risk off environment over the course of the next month or so and brench Schutte is chief investment strategist at northwestern mutual wealth management he says NASDAQ has. Remained resilient the. Tech sector is one of those sectors that have perceived to, be based on the potential economic damage of any trade war. That may result and so therefore I believe it is, getting safe haven money developing nations stocks slumped for a third day and India's rupee. Dropped to a. Record as contagion spread from Argentina and Turkey with more here's Bloomberg's John Tucker contagion has kicked in for the. Emerging markets According to. Johns Hopkins University economist Steve, Hanky the more the market currencies collapse there is a increase probability that. What we'll have some blowback in the in the big major markets he. Says the strong dollars but massive pressure on emerging. Market currencies and, that will not change anytime soon. Anki was senior economist with President Reagan's council of economic, advisers at a served as an advisor. To heads of state in various emerging
U.S. judge rejects Trump directives easing ability to fire federal workers
"Shot. At one thousand dollars four times Day w. m. a. l. a. Cumulus station Ruling against. Trump orders the. National enquirers change of heart I'm Anne Cates the US district judge has tossed out key provisions today of an effort by President Trump to make it. Easier to terminate federal employees correspondent Jan Johnson the judge ruled. That the president has the authority to, issue executive. Orders relating to federal labor relations including
Molly Tibbets, Joseph Di Angelo and Cohen discussed on Chip Franklin
"Other news, today a man in the country illegally is the suspect in the murder of university of Iowa. Student Molly Tibbets Twenty-four-year-old Christian Rivera faces a first degree murder charge in the death of the twenty year old who spent time in. Oakland a body believed to be Tibbets was found this morning in an Iowa corn Field district attorneys in California had decided to. Prosecute the alleged Golden State. Killer in Sacramento seventy two year, old Joseph Di Angelo is accused of thirteen, murders thirteen kidnappings during the course of robberies and eighteen rapes in counties in six counties pardon me Ventura County DA Gregg Totten's says having a unified trial in Sacramento was. The best move for the victims and their families we are United. Together and we're going forward with, an unyielding determination to have a. Successful result in this case, included in the charges against the Angelo, are four individual cases of kidnappings. During the course of,
"anne cates" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Anne Cates the Trump. Administration is reacting to a top White House aides cooperation. With the Russia. Pro there's no reason to, believe he provided. Anything harmful President Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani reacts to news White House, counsel Don Mcgann, was interviewed for as, much as thirty hours by special, counsel Robert Muller's team the New York Times first, reported on the Mcgann cooperation the president confirms it though with a tweet quote the fake piece today implying that because. White House counsel Don Mcgann was giving, hours of testimony to the special counsel he must be John, dean type rat but I allowed him and all others to testify in quote if, anything Mcgann might have provided insight, into the firing of James, Comey FBI director one action. Where it's, known, Muller's looking at obstruction of Justice accusations against the president himself Bob Costantini Washington. Since go systems are offering to help immigrant children, taken away from their families some districts, say they felt. Compelled to intervene Amid the outcry over separation of children from their parents, at the US Mexico border. These districts reached out even as the federal government in. Its housing contractors, bear responsibility for instruction in, San Benito Texas. The superintendent of schools reached out to the local southwest key shelter agreeing, to send bilingual, teacher's mobile classrooms and, computers I'm Barbara Kusak Pyongyang has, been pushing for an end to the decades long, Korean war national security adviser John Bolton tells ABC's this week that Kim Jong own needs to continue the denuclearization process. I think it's important that they demonstrate, seriousness President Trump has believes very strongly he talks about it, frequently that the North Koreans have not tested ballistic missiles or nuclear weapons recently that, they've given back the remains of, over fifty American servicemembers trying, to identify who they are. At this, point, hundreds of Koreans will participate this week in brief reunions with relatives most haven't. Seen since the Korean war I'm Ann Cates The following program is furnished by McGowan publishing company Inc and is responsible, for its content stay tuned for net worth. Radio hosted by spectrum a gallon president of McGowan group asset management speeches authored two books.
Trump insists he has "nothing to hide" in Russia probe
"The Trump administration is reacting to. A top White. House aides cooperation with the Russia pro there's. No reason to believe he provided anything harmful President Trump's personal lawyer Rudy, Giuliani reacts to, news White House counsel Don Mcgann was interviewed. For, as, much as thirty hours by special counsel Robert Muller's, team the New, York Times first reported on them again cooperation the president confirms it though with a tweet quote. Fake piece today implying that because White, House counsel Don Mcgann was giving hours of testimony to the, special counsel he must be John dean type rat but I allowed him in all, others to testify in quote if, anything Mcgann might have provided, insight into the firing of. James Comey, FBI, director one action where it's known Muller's looking at obstruction of Justice accusations against. The president
Rudy Giuliani says 'truth isn't truth'
"Anne Cates President. Trump's attorney says truth isn't truth, Rudy Giuliani told moderator Chuck Todd on NBC's meet the press that, he is. Wary, of the president being interviewed by the special counsel as, part of the. Russia probe I'm not gonna be rushed into having him testify so. That he gets trapped in the Persian and, when you tell me that you. Know he should testify because she's going to tell the, truth should worry well that's so silly because it. Somebody's version of the truth not the truth he didn't have. A conversation with this I go I know it isn't. True true truth the president also tweeted today that he allowed White House lawyer Don Mcgann to cooperate extensively with the, special
Trump and Omarosa spar over claim he used N-word
"President Trump, and former White House aide. Omarosa continue to Spar one presidential tweet even suggesting Mark Burnett apprentice producer, told Mr.. Trump there. Was no outtake of, him using the n. word on the set press secretary Sarah Sanders I can't guarantee anything but I can tell you that the president addressed this question directly homeworks is. Hiring was questioned last year since she was considered a in in the Trump apprentice, realm Sanders insists that lingering questions about her integrity led to the chief of staff firing her general Kelly came on and he voiced concerns that this individual didn't have the best interest of the White House and the president in the country at heart Sandras did concur with, a tweet that, President Trump, asked Kelly to try to work their
"anne cates" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Anne Cates the defense will present inside of the Bank. And tax fraud case against former Trump, campaign official Paul Manafort after the prosecution Russ. Today corespondent Jessica Schneider reports and, official, federal savings Bank was called to the witness stand develop pressure to approve a sixteen million dollar loan for Paul Manafort even though that vice president knew. That Paul Manafort had lied on his loan application of course it was just last week where the jury heard that the chairman of that Bank had approved that loan at the same time that he was talking with Paul Manafort about potentially. Securing a high ranking position within the Trump administration. The president has approved a massive military measure today President Trump spoke to men and women in uniform at fort drum near the Canadian border and sign the Bill named after. Senator John McCain without ever mentioning the Zona Republican I'm here today to sign on new defense Bill. Into law And to pay tribute to the greatest soldiers in the. History of the world Senator McCain heads the. Armed Services Committee in spearheaded efforts to get. The Bill approved. It was not very hard you know I went to congress I said let's do it we. Gotta do it while authorizing the Bill, President Trump spoke more about creating six branch. Of the military a space force, we, must always be on the cutting edge I'm Steve Kastenbaum the suspect dubbed the Golden State Keller faces another murder charge by Celje police chief Jason Salazar. Says Joseph Dangelo is accused of the September nineteen seventy five killing of a college professor crimes abruptly ended in December of seventy five and only a few months later the east area rapist crimes began in the Sacramento area occurring between nineteen. Seventy six and nineteen seventy nine in that jurisdiction. Beginning at the same time Joseph the Angela moved to the east Sacramento areas an Auburn police officer after leaving the Exeter police department in nineteen seventy six on Wall Street. The Dow fell.
Investigators working to recover debris from fatal plane crash
"Investigators from multiple. Agencies will be working to recover the wreckage of an empty, plain, stolen from the Seattle Tacoma airport by an airline employee who later died in. A crash authorities say the man was a twenty, nine year old ground service agent for horizon air the sheriff's department described. The man as suicidal witnesses say the plane was flying irrationally and believed it was a military exercise the chase came to a fiery end when the plane nosedived and crashed in a wooded area about twenty, five, miles south of seatac authorities believed the pilot was the only
Airline employee described as "suicidal" steals plane and crashes
"Deadly plane crash Charlottesville anniversary I'm, Anne Cates, and airline employee described as suicidal by thirties has died after stealing an empty plain from. The Seattle Tacoma airport and. Crashing at twenty five miles away correspondent Kyung Lah reports the worker with Alaska horizon air had been thoroughly vetted we did get some of the nuances of. Exactly who this employee was that. He was a three. And a half year employees that, he was, fully, credential he had access to this area it is, secured area he went through the background checks tenure background check and, this sort of criminal background check, takes place and it's renewed every. Two
"anne cates" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"To the border i'm anne cates three people have died and twenty were injured after a delivery van drove into a crowd in front of a bar and muenster germany correspondent erin mclaughlin this is happened in a medium sized city to the west of germany of some three hundred thousand people live there it's also a university town and we understand actually that the local university is actually opened up it's blood bank urging people to donate their blood in connection with this incident government spokesperson has said that other thoughts are going out to the victims today the truck driver killed himself a local newspaper is reporting that the suspect is a middle aged german man with psychological issues national guard troops are starting to patrol the border with mexico correspondent nick watch helicopters we know that vehicles near the equipment is on its way to the border now the pentagon has said that four thousand troops can come to the border their mission can extend through september of this year but right now we we have one hundred fifty troops that are going to be coming to the border here in arizona two hundred and fifty going to the border in texas another round of severe weather is taking aim at the south meteorologist roger edwards says twisters may have touched down yesterday were several reports of tornadoes from central texas mississippi during the afternoon through overnight period another has been confirmed yet we do expect that with time as damage survey teams get to go out and look at the damage and spec it that will be able to find out for sure from the local offices whether or not the tornadoes occurred and how many of them there were northern california has been drenched by a powerful pineapple express storm that flooded roadways force flight cancellations and caused a rare baseball rain out flood warnings and watches remain in effect today for the sierra nevada's the santa cruz mountains south of san francisco and other.
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"I'm anne cates as twothirds of the nation shivers through an arctic blast a snowstorm may be next meteorologist dan petersen building from the coastal carolina stood refute snow that doesn't happen very often and then the by the time we get up to they long island new york at new england of the stores could become widespread heavy accompanied by very high wind soldiers potential for blizzard conditions to develop for a while now in new york into off eastern away one that would lead on late wednesday night thursday that part of the storm would tore up there there are d deeds lawmakers when the senate returns to capitol hill less than a week after he was formally certified as the winner of the special centered election in alabama democrat doug jones will take the oath of office on wednesday as the senate gets back to work his victory will narrow the gop margin in the senate to just fifty one to forty nine meanwhile democratic senator al franken's resignation is effective tomorrow he's leaving after being accused of sexual misconduct minnesota lieutenant governor tina smith has been appointed to take his place and will also be sworn in on wednesday jury bowed lender capitol hill transgender people can sign up for military service for the first time effective today correspondent barber start over the next several weeks implementation clans rules regulations will be developed and by march there should be a plan in place by the pentagon recommendations to the president about how to proceed how to allow transgender persons to serve the country it remains to be seen if the white house accepts that orders the justice department back to court on all of this during the first trading session of the new year wall street may rise s p futures gaining three points the nasdaq futures up eight the dow futures up by twenty two points i'm anne cates.
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"In the aftermath i'm anne cates there's loop bar in las vegas this is a first landbased hope arctic farc in the world i'm jim bohannon with the tipsy robot coming up for the three hundred seventeen th day of the year it's all my head on america in the morning seven minutes after the hour more than three hundred people have reportedly been killed after a powerful seven point three magnitude earthquake hit along the iran iraq border yesterday meteorologist ivan cabrera is following details of the strongest quakes registered in this region seven point three as a major quake and in fact any time you get a quake over seven point 0 and only happens about fifteen times during the entire year and here we have one of them it has been no quite a deadly one the death we also low can't wear the quake occurs a deep earthquake usually doesn't cause as much damage but this one was not that it was shallow one 23 kalaam address or fourteen miles adjustable low the surface here and as far as the earthquake history across the region no stranger to earthquakes we had basically no less than four tectonic plates interacting with each a year a back in sixty seven we had a six point one the horrific 74 back in 1990 and then the current event that we're talking about at seven point three areas eight after the hour president trump is a g norring questions about human rights abuses says he meets with the president of the philippines rodrigo duterte say david daniel has more violent protests and riot gear shouting anti trump slogans and studying american flags on fire protesters clashed with police in the streets of manila as president trump arrived in the philippines a his visit comes at the end of a five country tour of the asiapacific region while in the philippines he'll attend the association of southeast asian nations summit with world leaders and east asia summits trump also plans to address human rights issues in his meetings with philippines president rodrigo duterte a near the.
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"Polls i'm anne cates the man accused of opening fire and a texas church killing twenty six had a history of violent behaviour you're at once broke out of a mental health facility corresponded diane gallagher reports authorities are trying to glean information from devon kelly's follow this is a story that we have heard before if he were san bernardino in fact the fbi started off by saying that this is something that we dealt with before we're gonna work it this as hard as we can until we get into that fault he wouldn't tell us what kind of phone it was an the fbi agent basically said it's because he didn't want criminals knowing what kind of phone to use voters in two states have gone to the polls today to elect new governors correspondent bob costantini reports on the recent virginia e3 and raining much of the day throughout much of virginia that's usually helpful to republicans the race for governor wing democrat lieutenant governor ralph north them and republican edgar last week is considered close with surveys showing north them with a slight edge the left me as a former gop party chair seeking to replace terry mcauliffe himself a former head of the democratic party president trump is preparing to give a major speech in south korea on tensions in the region correspondent well ripley reports on pyonyang where work on the country's nuclear ambitions continues korea now has a bigger nuclear arsenal than ever and more advanced missile capabilities than ever but they feel they are not quite there yet when it comes to rounding off their nuclear programme and their words and they are vowing to conduct more tests at a time of their choosing the question will that time b during president trump's trip here in asia and of course how with the trump administration respond to that while on his trip to asia president trump has been toning down his rhetoric about north korea south korea's leader has said he hopes the president can relieve some of the exiled residents have been feeling about john yang on wall street the dow jones industrial average rose eight points the s and p fellow fraction the nasdaq down nineteen i'm anne cates.
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"I'm anne cates we may know as early as monday who's been named in a sealed indictment handed down in the investigation of the trump presidential campaign's alleged ties to russia for cbs news confirming the first charge jews from special counsel robert miller and his investigation into possible collusion between russia and the trump campaign former federal prosecutor lorry levin swedish turkish cargo role from does that where we go to the heart of the rest all eight minutes federal investigators and if there's a false statement you could eat more went on a very quickly if it big can irritate then it could mark it could take trial from cbs news senior legal analyst andrew cohen this comes after a week in which the white house ratcheted up its attack on the fbi and robert muller over another russian story one that congressional republicans and the trump team want americans to focus on instead of this story that the special council has been trying to track down observers do expect some person or persons to be taken into custody as soon as tomorrow i'm jim taylor cbs news kyw news time is four twenty two here's traffic and transit on the twos while the rains are coming down this morning in jersey and across the delaware valley we've already got an accident here ended jersey to ninety five southbound at route 38 jack knifed tractor trailer takes out the two right lanes plenty of emergency vehicles are on the scene suggest be cautious as you are approach here in philadelphia the vine street expressway the you've got no no overnight construction looking good in and out a center city no delays on the schuylkill expressway right now looking good on the boulevard and the blue route four seventy six our area bridges are checking out okay 42 freeway looks good in jersey seventy seventy three to problems there are.
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"The russia investigation i'm anne cates on the fifth anniversary of superstorm sandy a nor'easter is pummeling the mid atlantic at new england correspondent polo sandovol it's at long beach new york some of these heavy rains could possibly lead to some of the outlaw isolated flooding the main potential threat here these heavy winds that are expected with any kind of tropical storm that is expected be filed later tonight as belief solely makes its way up the eastern uh seats seaboard here and a diamond linked to this special council probe into russian interference in the election and any trump campaign ties to moscow could be unsealed as early as tomorrow correspondent boris sanchez are reports president trump was busy on social media today president was active on twitter fired up over what he calls a lack of investigations into hillary clinton specifically citing several examples he mention the now infamous dossier he also mentions this our russian uranium deal in which he accuses hillary clinton of taking bribes from russians he goes onto mentioned her emails what he calls other colmey fix with the midterm elections one year away what shape is the gop end two veteran republicans from the buckeye state have weighed in on that question right now you get a substantial majority of republicans in the governorships in the state legislatures so both houses of congress and president just one so the parties in good shape at ohio senator rob portman is rosy picture of the present a big contrast to ohio governor john k six warning about the future degen xers and the millennials are going to begin to overtake the baby boomers and it will it will it will mean a profound shift in the way both the republic can party in the democratic party function casic was on fox news.
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"The lynch investigation i'm anne cates on the fifth anniversary of superstorm sandy a nor'easter is taking aim at the mid atlantic and new england correspondent polo sandoval as in long beach new york some of these heavy rains could possibly lead to some of the isolated flooded the main potential threat here these heavy wind said are expected with any kind of tropical storm that is expected be filed later tonight as felipe solely makes its way up the eastern seaboard here a federal grand jury indictment linked to the special council probe into russian meddling in the election and any trump campaigned connections to the kremlin could be unsealed as early as tomorrow correspondent correspondent a santa's reports president trump took the social media today a president was active on twitter fired up over what he calls a lack of investigations into hillary clinton specifically citing several examples he mentioned the now infamous dossier he also mentions this a russian uranium deal in which he accuses hillary clinton of taking bribes from russians he goes onto mentioned her emails what he calls other colmey fix when you're away from the midterm elections what's the state of the grand old party two veteran republicans from the buckeye state have weighed in on that question right now you got a substantial majority of republicans and the governorships in the state legislature so both houses of congress and the president just one so the parties in good shape that's ohio senator rob portman rosy picture of the present a big contrast to ohio governor john case ix warning about the future the genxer is in a millennials are going to begin to overtake the baby boomers and it will it will it will mean a profound shift in the way both the republican party in the democratic party function case it was on fire news sunday portman on nbc's meet the press i'm richard johnson in washington wall street may retreat tomorrow s p futures down 4 points the nasdaq futures up seven the dow futures down thirteen i'm anne cates.