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Fresh update on "anthony davis" discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"Right but I think that the problem with rudy is that his skill set it harder in the playoffs to field inefficient offense because you essentially can't have a non out there with him. Just the way that you have to build lineups and build rousers now. It almost makes it harder on offense. I think on defense like I. Know that he gets the Shit on defense, but to me. It's on offense. That's the bigger problem well. Yeah, definitely, not the defense. The issues are on the offensive end. He doesn't get the ball in as the roll man enough, so he's just not a threat like you know at a certain point when you watch rudy when you watch him play, and you watch them getting frustrated, not getting the ball after after really opening himself up with fantastic screening and his. His timing on is fantastic, a very efficient roll man. I mean he's a one-dimensional player. I think that he can make more reads than we give them credit for on the short roll. You know you can't shoot it all. He's gotten a lot better on the short roll I will totally agree with you on. He can even put the ball on the floor a couple of times and get to the hoop. A couple times I would say he can pound. Dribble wants and gets I'm okay with him to a two or three dribbles I've seen enough out of him. That I feel often, he can do it. Most of the time. I. Don't do it against Anthony Davis Bright Right, but I think that I'd rather have go bear on the court. Then, an extra shooter? I would prefer having bear out there than an extra shooter. and that's why Rudy plays more minutes in the playoffs because he is a better player than having the extra shooter out there. But it, then Crete Rudy's presence necessitates having another shooter on the court at the expense of someone else I think. Depends listen, I if if is GonNa like stick jots and play, make this is. This is a moot conversation. I actually love the way that they built this roster in the offseason. Absolutely I think Lindsay in ZANUCK. did a fantastic job surrounding rudy in Donovan with spaces in the world because we assume that Mike can shoot. We assume INGLES can shoot. We assume boy on can shoot like that's three guys that you can play a competent lineup with that really space the floor and give them a ton of offensive upside while maintaining defensive aptitude. I mean. I just feel bad. That boy on talking to play, and we're not going to get a chance to see that like I. think that makes Utah's life a lot harder in the playoffs now. Maybe we'll find out. Let's go to I think that we're actually through the important like super super important teams. Now that are you know have forty wins. We got through Denver We got through Utah and Oklahoma City We got through Houston and Dallas and then obviously the top two teams as well. This race for the is kind of interesting with Memphis new. Orleans Portland I would say those are the three teams that I like the most certainly to get there. I don't really think Sacramento is very good even though they closed the season well I don't think Phoenix is very good or frankly even really as chance to chase this I. Don't know why they're in this mix, so those three teams I think are fascinating. We've talked about Portland a lot. Let's talk about this now. MEMPHIS I think you can make a case was as helped by the stoppages..
White House seeks to discredit Dr Fauci in leaked memo
"Has taken the unusual step of attacking a member of its own coronavirus task force by providing a document to several media outlets that contains a list of comments made by Dr Anthony Fauci in an effort to damage his reputation. The News of the document comes as to senior level white. House sources claimed the Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has at times being referred to among aids to Donald Trump as doctor, doom and gloom. The document says in part that several white. House officials are concerned about the number of times Dr Found. She has been wrong on things. Things the document goes on to list examples of what the White House views as found. She contradicting himself. One example is a comment made by found she on TV in late February that at this moment there is no need to change anything about what you're doing on a day-to-day basis. However, that was not the full statement found. She made during the interview. Right now, the risk is still low, but this could change found. She also said at the time. On. Friday doctor found. He said that he hadn't seen or spoken to trump in person since the second of June meanwhile yesterday Donald. TRUMP RE tweeted a conspiracy theory from a former game show host chuck woolery, who suggested the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Media Democrats and our doctors are lying about Kovic nineteen in an effort to her trump in November's general election, the president's. President's tweets not only cost down on public safety measures, but are another example of the fracturing relationship between doctor found she and the White, house the pandemic has now killed more than half a million people in just six and a half months and the World Health Organization has said there will be no return to the old normal for the foreseeable future, especially, if preventative measures when neglected.
Fresh update on "anthony davis" discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"Know as so funny to think about a guy who's a role player. He's I think he's the best player on that team and it's so funny to talk about him like he's forgotten man, but is because you know. He plays with Little Brown and Anthony Davis and Dwight Howard and. You know John Rondo. So you know the names that are important for this team. He might be the least recognizable by on the court. He is every bit as important as the other role. Players the big time role players on this team. Is it unfair for me to say Frank Vogel like it kind of goes against the. What I wanted from the question right like the spirit of the question, but I'm going to be fascinated to see health logo plays the chess match against some of these matchups. In the western conference is he is willing to go small consistently in the playoffs, because the Lakers have been willing to go with Anthony Davis the five. Semi regularly throughout the regular season, but I wouldn't say that it. It's certainly been far from their default, right? How willing is he to do that for over half of games? If he asked to, I'm not sure to be on. Matchup, it's going to be all about the matchup. Anthony Davis there trying to guard Yokich? You. Know literally put a hurt on him. Yeah I don't think you'll be out there. Trying to guard Yokich, but if a team like Houston rolls up. Are they going to try and outside. Houston for the first two games, or are they going to just immediately match small because that game that Houston played against the Lakers before the stoppage. That was a little bit scary to me if I was Lakers, Fan. The I'm not too worried about Houston against the a big squad. Look like the Lakers because again, they can go big small. I mean Anthony Davis is still going to be pretty big. Lebron still pretty big I. mean they just don't have people? Houston doesn't have anybody to match up with those guys so I. If you're the Lakers, you stick to your own game plan rather than trying to match a team like Houston, and if they feel like the big stuff is working, and it's GonNa work on the glass in particular If it's working, stick with it, I think Vogel is. He's been pretty good this year. He's been good at using the two big LINEUPS and three big LINEUPS I. Think they're going to be. You're going to be fine. Vogel probably has the easier job of any other coach in the West. Because you know, you literally could just say well. This isn't working. Try it again. You know, try something else. Yeah, I don't think he has as many options as you do. Like I think that the option is just Anthony Davis the five and that's great fucking option right like that's. That's an option that teams across the League would kill to have right, but. If that doesn't work. It doesn't work as well. Let's say as what we are hoping. It does for the Lakers, sake. It's going to be interesting to me to see if he tries to go back big, or does he try and find a different adjustment like playing cruise mode the four with Lebron at the three Does he play something like like how how involved someone like contagious caldwell-pope and closing lineups?.
Doctors say virus, not politics should guide school opening.
"I'm Anthony Davis. Is the trump administration pushes ahead to four schools to resume person education, public health experts warn that one-size-fits-all reopening could drive infection and death rates even higher. US Education Secretary. Betsy Devos doubled down on Donald Trump's insistence that kids can safely returned to the classroom. Health experts say there are too many uncertainties and variables for back to school to be back to normal. Children infected with corona Venus a more likely than adults to have mild illnesses, but their risk for severe disease and death isn't zero. The American Academy of Pediatrics WHO's guidance. The trump administration has cited to support its demands says the goal is for all students to be physically present in school bought. It adds district's must be flexible. Consult with health authorities and be ready to pivot as virus, activity waxes and wanes. Following CDC and academy guidelines would mean big changes for most schools mosque. Wearing would be strongly encouraged, adult staff and students, except the very youngest desks would be distance at least three feet apart. The CDC recommends six feet both suggest limiting. Allowed in schools, including parents and canceling group activities like client and assemblies staggered arrival in dismissal times, outdoor classes, and keeping kids in the same classroom all day, other options. Donald trump has threatened federal funding cuts for districts that don't fully reopen. Whilst most funding typically comes from state and local sources, experts say schools will need more federal funding not less to reopen safely. MOSQUES, extra cleaning, supplies or janitors, additional classroom, space and mental health support for students and staff traumatized by the pandemic are among potential costs. And with more
Fresh update on "anthony davis" discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"At that time easily yet. I'm like. Oh, I sit him to his left. He starts bussing us up to his love handsome and say okay. Okay sit him to his right hand. He starts going right all right. Make him shoot. He hit full five G. Like Dion waiters has a complete game like he has game game, and the one thing that the Lakers are in desperate need of is a guy who can create his all shot off the bounce cow, Kun at best is they catch and shoot guy Anthony Davis is a finisher. He's one of the greatest finishes we have in the game. Do they have other players who can make and create another shot? Yes, but not at a high level. Waiter, so he's in shape and he's ready to go, so that could be. The key is part of this Lakers run? Because like my biggest fear guys the biggest fear in in this Lakers championship run. Is that you overuse the Bron James and you get into a series? Would it seemed like the Lakers that can double and focus on the Bron-, and you don't have anybody else to create their own show. Guys one of the magical things about The Golden State Warriors when they had their run when when the when the ball with move around three or four times. ETC got the basketball and that's another playmaker. That's another guy who can get busy. Who was scoring either scoring the ball creating for other? So that's the biggest difference in some of these series. When they start to choke off, your absolutely got is chestnut checkers, talk and so you know the Lakers. They really really eating a guy like the waiters. Ryan Hollins joining us here on the morning. Show Ryan Real quick did going into it. Go before we shut down for quarantine. It felt like you was the Lakers and the clippers anybody outside those three winning a championship seemed like a long shot. Is that still true or is it all changed because of the new situation? Nah I. think that remains true why guys those are veteran teams? Those young pups coming off the bench. Those guys we're going, you know hey. How are they going to react to the playoffs for the first time? And that's the chew. I still look at Houston. The wildcard guys if I'M GONNA shout out of the team and the Eastern Conference If the Boston Celtics, if someone. Protect the pain. They ain't going to be all right eight up. Boy Jason Tatum is different, and he's a top five player in the NBA. The way that he was playing down the stretch, go check his stats and his numbers, and he up against the NBA's best especially with Kemba Walker out. You hear me Jason, Tatum is a top five player in the League right now marked I down. This is the. Plan League Ryan..
Indoor airborne spread of coronavirus possible, says WHO
"The World Health Organization is acknowledging the possibility that covid nineteen might be spread in the area under certain conditions after more than two hundred scientists urge the agency to do so in an open letter published this week in a journal to scientists from Australia and the US wrote that studies have shown beyond any reasonable doubt that viruses are released during relation, talking and coughing in micro droplets small enough to remain aloft in the air. The WHO has long dismissed the possibility that the corona virus is spreading the except for certain risky medical procedures such as when patients have i. put on breathing machines. In a change to its previous, thinking the w eight show noted on Thursday that studies, evaluating covert nineteen outbreaks in restaurants, choir, practices and fitness classes suggested the virus might have been spread in the air. abalones spread particularly in specific indoor locations without symptoms a phenomenon. The organization has long downplayed. Who has repeatedly said? Such transmissions are rare despite a growing consensus among scientists globally that asymmetric spread likely accounts for a significant amount of transmission. The agency said that most spread is via droplets from acted people who cough or sneeze, but added that people without symptoms are also capable of transmitting the disease. The extent of truly a symptomatic infection in the community remains unknown.
Fresh update on "anthony davis" discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"Be closing for them. I agree. It's the closing line-up. Realistically, if I was running the team, which I'm not would be Alex, Caruso contagious cobol, pope, Danny Green Lebron James and Anthony Davis. I might have to white end for Caruso depending on who they're playing. Sure if they're playing Yokich or someone like that, having a big in, but. Man I don't know like I don't think this team has as many options as say the clippers who we can transition to now, and I think the Lakers are. I don't think I would pick them to go to the finals I. DO think I would pick them. Pick the clippers, but. The Lakers obviously do have Lebron. James Anthony Davis, which is the best twosome in the League, and that often times is enough well and don't forget what will. Brian can do during the playoffs meal. Lebron is one of the few players in the league. That can completely bend everything about a game to his will. If you remember remember the twenty-fifth finals. The Way you know no Kyrie. No Kevin Love the way he just I. mean he ground out possessions and completely changed the entire pace of the game. Now they lost the the cavs lost. They didn't have the talent, but I still think when you have that skill, it is such an ace up your sleeve, and if they get into these sticky situations, not only do you. Have Lebron able to do that? You also have. Have Anthony Davis was one of the five best players in the league. Right so I. I just think that kind of stuff goes a long way, and by the way is very good Paul. George is also very good. The clippers are very good. The clippers were to beat Lakers I would not be shocked, so here's why I think that I would pick the clippers the clippers. Do you have the Star Power? They have you know. Arguably the best closer. A playoff team can present in. Kuwait Leonard You can take Lebron. You can take why. I don't think I would take over either of them. In a last three minutes of a playoff game in a tie game scenario I just trust shot making did a point. Where even though Janas has gotten a lot better from the mid range I still distrust that much more in Lebron is just obviously like you said able to bend opposing teams to his will in such a real substantial way. It's not to take anything away from Jaanus, but. I think that mixed with Kawai and Paul George both of whom are top twelve players in the league. The ability for the Clippers to match up. Either offensively or defensively, either in terms of. Size or lack of size? Is just something that other teams can't do the they do not have the sheer breadth of options in depth that the clippers have. It is really just totally absurd what they can do..
Trump tells schools to reopen or lose federal funds.
"I'm Anthony Davis. Determined to reopen America's schools despite Corona Virus Worries, Donald Trump threatened yes, today to hold back federal money. If school districts don't bring the students back in the fall, he complained that his own public health officials. Safety guidelines are impractical and too expensive for a nation that prides itself on its public school system. It's a newly extraordinary situation in this pandemic ridden year elsewhere in the nation, many states continued to confront a resurgence of the virus, which has claimed more than one hundred and thirty thousand lives in the US but safety obstacles in schools can be surmounted. Trump insisted, and reopening is important for the children and families. He tweeted may cut off funding if not open. Trump did not say what funding he would pull, but Mike Pence suggested Corona virus taskforce briefing that future Kovic next relief bills could be tied to reopening schools as one way to give states a strong incentive and encouragement to get kids back in school on twitter. Trump argued falsely that countries including Germany Denmark Norway have reopened schools with no problems in reality. German authorities are aiming for classes to resume in full close to normal fashion. After the summer vacation, having successfully reduced virus cases, trump's twitter warnings drew backlash from some governors who said he had no authority over schools full plans. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said officials will reopen schools when it is safe to do so school reopenings or state decision period. He said at the news conference that is the law, and that is the way we are going to proceed. The President of the largest education union said trump was more interested in scoring points for the November election in keeping students safe trump has proven to be incapable of grasping that people are dying that more than one hundred and thirty thousand Americans have
Fresh update on "anthony davis" discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"Consider him a complete exception to every rule, so I'm going to say knowing Lebron the way that we do. I guarantee his body is in good shape I guarantee. He took advantage of the downtime getting rest I. Definitely think he didn't stop playing Basketball Lebron James I'm sure that everything is he's his body is going to be as ready to go as it can be. How are they gonNA handle the ramp up. I'm sure that they're gonNA. Ease into it, and he's going to be fine I'm operating under the assumption that they're just come in healthy and rested and ready to go, and that they're still going to be one of the two or three teams in the League. They were my favorite because of their ability to go big or big small where they they have Anthony Davis the center and Lebron at the four. Dwight Howard was fantastic for them this season there bill their ability to throw out a lineup. That really has three bigs. Two of whom can at least be passable in the perimeter. One of which Anthony Davis really good garden on the perimeter They can switch so much. It's one of the few teams that I don't worry about their point of attack defense. So that's a that's a luxury. It's them in the bucks right like the. The bucks have good point attack defense, but even if they didn't their their back line, help is so good. It doesn't really matter so. The Rim is going to be protected but the Lakers I. I think they're going to be exactly what we saw in. You know in February March. I think they're going to be good to the point of being dominant. They basically have two teams that that I feel comfortable. Saying could beat them. All things being equal now we. We don't know what they're gonNA. Look like. Maybe they're going to be really rusty I'm not sure I just don't think that I would bet against Lebron James. I'm with you that I wouldn't bet against Lebron James. I think that there are going to be one of the best teams I'm also very aware that we are certainly going to get. One of those games or one of those story lines. where? People start melting down about Lebron in the Lakers in the regular season. They don't. The don't take it not necessarily as seriously, but they use the starting eight games to kind of work themselves into the season. It wouldn't stunned me if they go like three three in their first six games because they're just getting and getting ready. In that will actually mean anything. Exactly. Like that's I'm not at all concerned about the Lakers based off of the postseason now where I am. A little bit interested to see. The Lakers is. Once they get to the play offs, how do they match up specifically with the clippers? WHO can go smaller than they can How do they match up with that? Small Clippers lineup today? Decide to go just full on Anthony Davis and Lebron James at the four and the five industry. Match up that way, because realistically the Clippers can go like hyper small if they want to. They can go like Marcus. Morris Kawhi Leonard Paul George still maintain lengthened size on the court, but that's a very very skilled small bowl lineup that has all of the space in the world to operate. Yeah and Paul George had exactly small. Right no it's. It's an enormous small lineup. Yeah, they can do..
Britain pays tribute to National Health Service on 72nd Birthday.
"People across the UK joined in a round of applause on Sunday to mark the seventy second anniversary of the free to use National Health Service one of the country's most cherished institutions, the reverence with which it is held has been bolstered this year during what is being Europe's deadliest corona virus outbreaks though the UK as a whole has a confirmed virus death toll of forty, four, thousand, two, hundred, twenty, the third highest in the world behind the United States and Brazil the chess and everyone who works within it in whatever capacity have been lauded for their work and care. Created by the Labor government after World War Two, in nineteen, forty, eight by bringing together the nation's disparate health institutions, the NHS's founding principles have never changed funded by everyone through the tax system. It provides free healthcare to any UK resident when needed. Prince Charles said the NHS that been through the most testing time in its history, and it was right for the whole country to come together to pay tribute to everyone who works within it after coming down with corona virus himself and spending three nights in intensive care Prime Minister Boris. Johnson credited NHS workers with saving his life, and his insisted it get whatever resources it needs. The main Labour Party opposition said the NHS has been starved of funding for the past decade during the government's austerity drive. Overnight many of the country's major sites, including the houses of parliament and the arch at Wembley, stadium England's National Soccer Stadium lit up in blue to remember all those who died during the pandemic. And before the weekend, soccer matches, players joined in with a round of applause.
Referendum In Russia Passes, Allowing Putin To Remain President Until 2036
"The Kremlin said Russians had shown how much they trusted. President Vladimir Putin with a nationwide vote that gave him the right to run for two more times while people wondered on Thursday whether he really would stay on another sixteen years, announcing final results of the week long votes, officials said nearly seventy eight percent of voters had backed changes to the constitution, allowing Putin who's fourth term as president ends in twenty, twenty, four to run for two more back to back six year terms. This means the sixty seven year old former KGB officer, who has ruled Russia, over two decades as either. Either President or prime. Minister could be in power until he's eighty. Three go loss say non governmental organization that monitors elections said it had recorded numerous irregularities during the vote, including ballot, stuffing and widespread cases of employers, forcing staff to cost a ballot already the longest serving leader in modern Russian history since Joseph Stalin Putin has said he has yet to decide on his political future, but wanted officials to avoid getting distracted by the question of who one day might succeed him. Opposition activists have called the vote illegitimate and said it was designed to legalize a Putin presidency for life. Only, one of Russia's eighty-five regions, remote nenets was recorded as having voted against the constitutional changes amid discontent there over a plan to merge it with another region.
CIA did not verbally brief Trump on Russia report, says official
"The. National Security Adviser said the CIA. Tossed with briefing, the president decided not to tell him about reports that Russia paid bounties to the Taliban for killing American soldiers, because it was unverified intelligence. The claim from Robert, O'Brien came top members of the administration gave differing accounts on the status of intelligence reports on Russian bounty payments, and why trump had not taken action in response, but had repeatedly pressed to readmit. Russia to the g seven club of nations trump himself, continued to suggest that the allegations of Russia paying Taliban fighters to kill Americans were a hoax. It had been reported that the intelligence was included in the written presidential daily brief, given by the CIA O'Brien appeared to suggest it had not been included in verbal briefings given to trump who famously doesn't read written briefings. O'Brien was severely criticized for putting the blame for a major policy issue on a relatively junior CIA official. This is the same scapegoating play that the White House ran in the corona virus context, blaming trump's intelligence briefer for something that is chiefly in fundamentally a failing of the white. House staff said net price, a former CIA analyst and national security spokesman. He added. We now know the information was included in trump's written PD, which is how the intelligence community regularly flags items that the president needs to know meanwhile Mike Pompeo. The tree of state insisted that the Russian threat in Afghanistan was real and had been properly addressed, implying the president had been kept informed. A former senior US official confirmed that reports Russian. Russian bounties was circulating inside the White House before the summer of Twenty nineteen, but added it was likely that the president had ignored the news as it conflicted with his desire to cultivate good relations with Vladimir Putin. Some former officials said trump's resistance to intelligence warnings about Russia led his national security team, including those who delivered the PD be to brief him verbally less often on Russia. Related threats to the US a former, Taliban, spokesman Mulama Niyazi said the Taliban had been paid by Russian intelligence for attacks on US forces and on Isis Forces in Afghanistan from twenty fourteen. Right up to the present.
Atlanta police officer who murdered Rayshard Brooks granted bail
"Has yet to authorize any action. Judge on Tuesday ruled that the former Atlanta police officer who fatally shots, Ray Shaw, Brooks can be free on bond while he's. Case is pending. Fulton County Superior. Court judge Jane Borwick says a bond of five hundred thousand dollars for Garrett. Who Faces charges including felony murder in the killing of Brooks a twenty seven year, old, black man, the shooting by the white officer happened against the backdrop of demonstrations nationwide over police, brutality and systemic racism after George. Floyd died under Minneapolis. Knee appearing by teleconference lawyers for Ralph argued that he is a native Georgian with strong ties to the community who is not at risk of fleeing or failing to show up for court, and is not a danger to the community. A prosecutor argued that role has committed an unjustified fatal shooting, and was a flight risk, and might intimidate witnesses brooks his wife to mean Camilla made an emotional plea to the judge, asking her not to grant bond for Ralph. I say no to it. She says I say no, because mentally I'm not able to handle it. Police body cameras showed Ralph and another officer, having a calm and respectful conversation with Brooks for more than forty minutes after complaints that Brooks had fallen asleep in his car in a Wendy's drive through lane on June twelve, but when officers told him he had too much to drink to be driving and tried to handcuff. Handcuff Him Brooks resisted. A struggle was caught on dash camera video. Brooks grabbed one of their tasers and fled firing the Taser at Ralph. He ran away. An autopsy found Brooks was shot twice in the back twenty-seven-year-old. Ralph now faces eleven charges in all felony. Murder is punishable by a minimum sentence of life in prison attorneys for the family of Brooks say they were disappointed by the judge's ruling, but said it was just one step in a long quest for justice for Ray Chard. It's imperative that we continue to push for systemic change within our criminal
High court throws out Louisiana abortion clinic limit.
"A divided Supreme Court on Monday struck down a Louisiana law regulating abortion clinics, reasserting a commitment to abortion rights over fierce opposition from dissenting conservative justices in the first big abortion case of the trump era. Chief Justice John Roberts and he's four more liberal colleagues ruled law that requires doctors who perform abortions must have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals violates abortion rights. The court first announced in the landmark. Roe v Wade decision in nineteen seventy-three. The outcome is far from the last word on the decades long fight over abortion with dozens of state imposed restrictions winding their way through the courts, but the decision was a surprising defeat for abortion opponents who thought that a new conservative majority with two of Donald, trump's appointees on board would start chipping away at abortion access. The key vote belongs to Roberts. who had always voted against abortion rights before including two thousand sixteen case in which the court struck down a Texas law that was virtually identical to the one in Louisiana. The chief justice explains that he continues to think the Texas case was wrongly decided, but believes it's important for the court to stand by its prior decisions. The case was the third in two weeks in which Roberts say George W Bush appointee joined the court's Liberals in the majority Nancy North Up. President and CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights said Monday's decision by no means ends the struggle over abortion rights in legislatures and the courts. We're relieved Louisiana. Law has been blocked, but we're concerned about tomorrow with this win. The clinics in Louisiana can stay open to serve the one million women of reproductive age in the state, but the court's decision could embolden states to pass even more restrictive laws when clarity is needed, if abortion rights ought to be protected north upset.
Trump denies briefing on bounties against US troops
"I'm Anthony Davis. Donald Trump on Sunday denied that he had been briefed on reported US intelligence that a Russian Military Intelligence Unit secretly offered bounties to taliban-linked militants for killing American troops in Afghanistan and he appeared to minimize the allegations against Moscow. American, intelligence officials concluded months ago that Russian. Officials offered rewards for successful attacks on American service members at a time when the US and Taliban were holding talks to end the long-running war last year. Trump in a Sunday morning tweet, said nobody briefed told me all vice president Mike Pence. Chief of staff, Mark Meadows about the so-called attacks on our troops in Afghanistan Russians everybody is denying it, and they have not been many attacks on us, he said. The White House had issued a statement on Saturday, denying that trump or pens had been briefed on such intelligence despite it being widely reported that the president rarely reads intelligence briefing documents. Trump's tweet came a day off to presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Biden said that the report, if accurate was a truly shocking revelation about the commander in chief and his failure to protect US troops in Afghanistan and stand up to Russia. A Taliban spokesman said the militants strongly reject this allegation and did not indebted to the benefit of any intelligence organ. All Foreign Country Representative Michael McColl, the top Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee said in a statement posted to twitter that he had requested additional information from the administration and the such an operation would deepen his concerns about Moscow's actions beyond Russian borders, if
Facebook to label all rule-breaking posts.
"FACEBOOK said it will flag all newsworthy posts from politicians that break its rules including those from Donald. Trump CEO mark Zuckerberg, had previously refused to take action against trump posts, suggesting that mail in ballots will lead to vote fraud, saying that people deserve to hear unfiltered statements from political leaders twitter by contrast slap. Day get the facts label on them. Until Friday trump's posts with identical wording to those labeled on twitter remained untouched on facebook, sparking criticism from trump's opponents as well as current and former facebook employees. Now facebook is all but certain to face off with the president. The next time he post something, the company deems to be violating its rules Zuckerberg said the social network is taking additional steps to counter election-related misinformation. In particular, the social network will begin adding new labels to all posts about voting. That will direct uses to authoritative information from state and local election officials. facebook he's also banning false claims intended to discourage voting such as stories about federal agents checking legal status at polling places. The company also says it's increasing its enforcement capacity to remove false claims about local polling conditions in the seventy two hours before the US election, but facebook has a history of trying hard not to alienate right-leaning uses and given how tightly Donald Trump has aligned himself with voters suppressing misinformation. It seems likely that facebook will air on the side of non intrusive and ignore labels which would minimize the impact of the campaign shares of facebook and. And twitter yesterday dropped sharply as the giant company behind brands such as Ben and Jerry's ice cream and dove soap, said it will halt US advertising on Facebook, twitter and instagram through at least the end of the year that European, consumer products may a Unilever, said took the move to protest the amount of hate speech online Unilever said the polarized atmosphere in the United States ahead of November's presidential election placed responsibility on brands to act. The company joins a raft of other advertisers pulling back from online platforms. Facebook in particular has been the target of an escalating movement to withhold advertising dollars to pressure it to do more to prevent racist and violent content from being shared on its platform.
$1.4 billion in Coronavirus stimulus checks given to the dead.
"The. Trump administration handed out over a billion dollars in corona virus stimulus checks to dead people that overly generous outlay federal assistance to the deceased, totaling one point four dollars to a million dead people, according to a new report by the Government Accountability Office shows just how rushed the government's attempts to stave off economic collapse from the coronavirus pandemic have been.
Appeals court orders judge to dismiss Michael Flynn case
"Divided Federal Appeals Court on. Wednesday ordered the dismissal of the criminal case against Donald Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn turning back efforts by a judge to scrutinize the Justice Department's extraordinarily decision to drop the prosecution. The US Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia said in a two one ruling that the Justice Department's move to abandon the case against. Flynn's settles the matter, even though Flynn pleaded guilty as part of special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation to lying to the FBI. The ruling a significant win for both Flynn, and the Justice Department appears to cut short. What could have been a protracted legal fight over the basis for the government's dismissal of the case? It came as Democrats questioned whether the Justice Department has become too politicized and attorney general, William Bar, too quick to side with the president. The. House Judiciary Committee held a hearing on. Wednesday Senate on another unusual move by Baugh to overrule his own prosecutors An-. Ask for less prison time for another trump associates roger stone US District Judge Emmet Sullivan had declined to immediately dismissed the case seeking instead to evaluate on his own the department's request, he appointed a retired federal judge to argue against the Justice Department's position and to consider whether Flynn could be held in criminal contempt for perjury, he says. I July sixteen hearing to formerly here the request to dismiss the case. Michael Flynn was the only White House official charged in Robert Mueller's investigation into ties between the trump campaign and Russia.
US seeks to widen nuclear arms deal with Russia
"I'm Anthony Davis? United States wants to broaden its main nuclear arms control agreements with Russia to include all their atomic weapons. A US envoy said on Tuesday after talks with Moscow on a new accord, US special presidential envoy for Arms Control Marshall Billingsley. Said Washington would keep pressing China to join the
Surging US virus cases raise fear that progress is slipping
"For Americans the reality is that the jobs that these foreign nationals have held a ones that US workers kant or won't fill, said the director of government relations at the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Alarming surges in corona virus cases across the south and West have raised fears that the outbreak is spiraling out of control, and that hard won progress against the virus is slipping away because of resistance of many Americans to wearing masks in keeping their distance from others. Confirming predictions that the easing of state lockdowns over the past month and a half would lead to a comeback by the virus. Cases surpassed one hundred thousand in Florida hospitalizations, arising dramatically in Houston and. An startling one in five of those tested in Arizona approving to be infected. Over the weekend, the virus seem to be everywhere at once. Several campaign staff members who helped set up Donald Trump's rally in Tulsa Oklahoma tested positive Texas is among a number of states including Arizona Alabama Florida and South Carolina whose governors have resisted statewide MOSK requirements leaving the matter to local authorities. The number of new corona virus. Across the US, each day has reached more than twenty six thousand up from about twenty one thousand two weeks ago over one hundred twenty thousand deaths in the US been blamed on the virus, the highest toll in the world. In Georgia, the number of people hospitalized because of covid nineteen rose two thousand, a raising a months worth of progress. Infections their highest level since the outbreak began nearly two months after Georgia began lifting restrictions on businesses. Countries such as Brazil India and Pakistan also seeing surging cases. Dr Michael Ryan, the World Health organizations emergencies chief. said the
Terrorist attack in British park kills three people.
"A stabbing rampage that killed three people as they sat in a British park on a summer. Evening is being considered a terrorist attack. Police said on Sunday. A twenty five year, old man who is believed to be the lone attacker was in custody, but officials said the motive for the carnage was unclear. Three people were killed, and three others seriously wounded in the stabbing attack that came out of the blue on Saturday in four breed gardens, Pau in reading a town of two hundred thousand people forty miles west of London. Police were called to reports of stabbings just before seven PM and arrived to find a horrific scene within five minutes. Unarmed offices apprehended a twenty five year old local man. Police say they did not believe there was any further danger to the public. Police identified Cari Sadullah a Libyan asylum seeker living in reading. It was reported Sodano was investigated by British security services last year over concerns. He planned to travel abroad to join Jihadi group, but he was not determined to be a major threat. Prime Minister, Boris Johnson said he was upholding sickened by the attack. Notes and flowers had been left on Sunday alongside the police tape in tribute to the victims Britain has been hit by several. Tara in recent years both by people inspired by the Islamic State Group and by far right extremists, Islamist inspired attacks including a suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester that killed twenty two people in two, thousand, seventeen and two deadly vehicle and knife attacks in London the same year.
Court rejects Trump bid to end protections of young immigrants.
"Supreme Court on Thursday rejected. Donald Trump's efforts to end legal protection for six hundred fifty thousand young immigrants, the second stunning election season rebuke from the court after its ruling that it's illegal to fire people because they gay or transgender immigrants who are part of the eight year olds deferred action for childhood arrivals program will retain their protection from deportation and their authorization to work in the United. States safe almost certainly at least through the November election, the five to four outcome in which chief justice John Roberts. The four liberal judges with the majority, seemed certain to elevate the issue in trump's campaign, given the anti immigrant rhetoric of his first presidential run in two thousand sixteen and. Restrictions his administration has imposed since then. Justices said the administration did not take the proper steps to end Deca, rejecting arguments that the program is illegal, and the courts have no role to play in reviewing the decision to end it. The program covers people who've been in the united. States since they were children and are in the country illegally. In some cases they have no memory of any home other than the US. Trump didn't hold back in his assessment of the courts work in a tweet he wrote. Do you get the impression? The Supreme Court doesn't like me. Later, he said the decision showed the need for additional conservative justices to join the two he had appointed neal gorsuch and Brett Cavern A- and pledged to release a new list from which he would choose a nominee if another opening occurs on his watch. Presidential contender. Joe Biden pledged to send. Congress proposed legislation on his first day in office to make protections permanent.
Millions displaced and starving to death in Yemen
"Pre publication review process had decided otherwise the book titled The Room where it happened. A White House memoir, which is set to be released on Tuesday, by Simon and Schuster has been the subject of a lengthy battle between Bolton and the White House. In the Book Bolton describes every trump decision as being guided by consent for his own reelection. A claim that evokes the scandal that sparks trump's impeachment last year. When Jamile Elsa boot and his family were told by a Yemeni agency to self isolate to stop the spread of Corona virus. He knew he would not heed the advice. For the forty year, old father of ten uprooted by civil war and living in a tent on a hillside above the southwestern city of today's staying home means giving up on life. The covid nineteen. has exposed inequalities around the world with low income workers from Bogota to London this week risking their health by returning to work in countries, easing lockdowns while wealthier people stay home. In impoverished Yemen. Where the pandemic is now taking hold, millions of displaced people face an even bleaker choice, head out and risk infection, or stay home and go hungry. We are scared of Corona virus, but we can't stay at the camp as we do not have enough food even for one day. Staying here means starving, said SA- boot. The arrival of the pandemic added to afflictions, already facing the Arab world's poorest nation, including widespread hunger and a
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"Coming up on five minute news totes. Trump's remain in Mexico policy. Wall Street has worst week since two thousand eight and Luxembourg is first country to make all public transport. Free it Saturday February twenty nine. I'm Anthony Davis dealing a significant blow to a signature trump administration immigration policy. A federal appeals court ruled yesterday that the government can no longer make asylum-seekers wait in Mexico while their cases wind through the US Immigration Courts. The setback for the trump administration may prove temporary if it appeals to the US Supreme Court which has consistently sided with the president on immigration and Border Security policies the remain in Mexico policy known officially as migrant protection protocols took effect in January last year in San Diego and gradually spread across the border. Nearly sixty thousand people have been sent back to wait for hearings and officials believe it is a big reason why illegal border crossings plummeted around eighty percent from thirteen year high in May reaction to the was swift among immigration lawyers and advocates who've spent months fighting with the administration over a program they see as a humanitarian disaster subjecting hundreds of migrants to violence kidnapping and extortion in dangerous Mexican border cities. Hundreds more have been living in squalid encampments. Just across the border as they wait for their next court date in November the administration began sending asylum seekers from Honduras and El Salvador. Guatemala denying them a chance in the United States and instead inviting them to apply in the strife-torn Central American nation under another new policy Mexicans and Central Americans who fail initial screening a rapidly deported without leaving border patrol stations which gained notoriety last year for homeland security internal watchdog reports of squalid conditions in some Texas locations. The screening interview is designed to take place in one day and any appeals to an immigration judge within ten days asylum seekers were given up to nineteen minutes to contact a lawyer. Asylum has been granted in less than one percent of the roughly thirty five thousand cases. That have been decided. Only five percent are represented by attorneys many of whom are reluctant to visit clients in Mexico. Stocks sank again yesterday after another wild day on Wall Street that handed the market. Its worst week since October. Two Thousand Eight at the height of the Financial Crisis. The market clawed back much of its intra-day losses in the last fifteen minutes of trading. A some bias emerged. Keeping the index is from another steep. Plunge the Dow Jones industrial average swung back from an early slide of more than a thousand points to close around three hundred and fifty points lower the S. and P. Five hundred fell no point eight percent and he's now down thirteen percent since hitting a record high just ten days ago. The Nasdaq reversed nearly declined to finish flat. The market's losses moderated somewhat after the Federal Reserve released. A statement saying it stood ready to help the economy if needed investors increasingly. Expect the Fed to cut rates at its next policy meeting. In mid March global financial markets have been rattled by the corona virus outbreak that has been shutting down industrial centers and severely crippling travel. All over the world. More companies are warning investors. Their finances will take a hit because of disruptions to supply chains and sales government's taking increasingly drastic measures as they scramble to contain the virus. The damage from a week of almost relentless selling was eye-popping. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell three thousand five hundred eighty three points or twelve point four percent. Microsoft and apple the two most valuable companies in the S. and P. Five hundred lost a combined. Three hundred billion dollars in a sign of the severity of the concern about the possible economic blow. The price of oil sank sixteen percent. The latest losses have wiped out the S. and P. Five hundred gains going back to October. Airlines have suffered some of the worst hit says flight routes cancelled along with travel plans. A big concern. Investors have is that the stock market could have a psychological effect on consumers making them reluctant to spend money and go to crowded places like stores restaurants and movie theaters. Luxembourg is to become the first country to offer a free public transit system as the government tries to reduce particularly dense contract. Some cities have taken similar partial measures but the transport ministry said it was the only time such a decision had encompassed an entire country. Public Transport will be free from Saturday in a move that will affect approximately forty percent of households and save each one around one hundred euros a year. The measure is part of a wider plan to reduce congestion sales from the existing tickets amount to forty one million euros a year which the authorities said represented just eight percent of the annual budget of five hundred million euros. This will now be met.
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"Coming up on five minute news. Us and Taliban agree to a truce in Afghanistan trump ignores baas plea to back off tweeting and Delta announced his a billion dollar plan to be the first carbon neutral airline. It's Saturday February fifteenth. I'm Anthony Davis United States and the Taliban have agreed to a temporary truce that if successful would open the way for a deal that would bring American troops home from Afghanistan and end eighteen years of war. The deal would call negotiations between Afghans on both sides of the conflict to start next month and eventual countrywide ceasefire and a commitment from the Taliban not to harbor terrorist groups like Al Qaeda while setting a timetable for the withdrawal of US troops. The Taliban have committed to a halt in roadside and suicide bombings as well as rocket attacks if the Taliban uphold their commitments a US Taliban peace agreement would be signed within ten days. The signing has been tentatively set for February twenty-ninth with the start of the Afghan talks planned for March tenth. A Taliban said the agreement would provide for the release of five thousand Taliban prisoners before the start of negotiations. The new developments came as secretary of state. Mike Pompeo and Defense Secretary Mark Asper met yesterday with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on the sidelines of an international security forum in Munich to make good on. Its promise to release. The Taliban prisoners Washington is going to need the cooperation of Ghani who has been critical of the way. Us envoy Zalmay Khalilzad has conducted the talks with the Taliban complaining about being kept in the dark. The United States has sufficient intelligence gathering assets to be able to determine within the seven day period whether the Taliban is making a good faith effort to reduce violence even if some limited violence persists Omni Secretary Ryan McCarthy on Friday called the US agreement a first step in the process for unbound by a public rebuke from his attorney general. Donald Trump yesterday falsely declared. He has the legal rights to intervene in criminal cases and sidestep the Justice Department's Historic Independence Day after the attorney. General William boss at the president's tweets were making it impossible for him to do his job. Trump declared he had the right to ask the agency to intervene in cases so far had chosen not to while Baugh complained that trump's tweets undermined the department's perception as independent from political interference. He has proven to be eager to deliver. On many of the President's investigative priorities often laid out by trump for all to see on twitter. The attorney general stepped in this week to alter the sentencing recommendation. That trump had announced his too harsh for his ally. And Confidante Roger Stone also Justice Department prosecutors are reviewing the handling of the federal investigation into trump's former national security adviser. Michael Flynn Flynn has pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI during its probe of ties between the trump campaign and Russia but he sentencing has been postponed several times after he complained. He was misled during questioning. Historically when it comes to decisions on criminal investigations and prosecutions justice has functioned independently unmoved an unbound by political sway. Trump has publicly and privately threatened payback in the form of investigations against his perceived enemies including former FBI director James Comey and Andrew. Mccabe whom prosecutors said Friday. They would not charged with lying about leaking. Delta has announced an ambitious plan to become the first airline to go carbon neutral committing one billion dollars over the next ten years to mitigate all emissions from its global business the move by Delta will put pressure on other airlines to follow suit at a time when the UN is warning that airplane emissions of Carbon Dioxide will triple by twenty fifty carbon dioxide emitted by airlines increased by thirty two percent from twenty thirteen to twenty eighteen long-haul flights generate more carbon emissions in a year than the average person does in dozens of countries around the World Delta outlined a series of efforts it will use to reach its goal including seeking to reduce its carbon footprint by decreasing the use of jet fuel and increasing efficiency Delta will also seek to offset its carbon emissions by investing in carbon removal programs in forestry wetland restoration grassland conservation marine and soil capture and other negative emissions technologies. Delta is the latest big company in a heavily polluting industry to announced plans to go carbon neutral this week energy company be announced plans to reduce its carbon footprint to net zero by twenty fifty which has been met with scepticism by climate activists. You can.
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"Coming up on five minute news. Us Attorney General Agrees to testify as Democrats question his motives white supremacist propaganda. Incidence rose by one hundred twenty percents last year and reward offer too often. Dolphins found stabbed or shot dead in Florida. It's Thursday February thirteenth. I'm Anthony Davis Attorney. General William Bar has agreed to testify before the US House Judiciary Committee next month appearing for the first time before the panel as questions swirl about where the heat intervened in the case of longtime ally of Donald Trump House committee. Democrats have concerns the bomb issues the criminal justice system for political purposes. His appearance will be the first before the House judiciary panel since he became attorney general year ago and since he declined an invitation to testify about special counsel Robert Mueller's report after it was released. The Democrats said they plan to ask her about the department's decision this week to overrule four federal prosecutors and lower the amount of prison time it would seek for trump's confidant rogers stone before prosecutors immediately quits the case on Tuesday in which stone was convicted of lying to Congress witness tampering and obstructing the House investigation into whether the trump campaign code nine hundred with Russia to tip the twenty sixteen election. They said they will also ask Bob about his department's announcement that it is taking information that trump's personal lawyer Redick Giuliani is gathering in Ukraine about the president's Democratic rival Joe Biden and his son the Senate has shown less interesting grilling bar on the stone episode defending the Department's decision to reduce the sentence. And saying they didn't expect to call him specifically to discuss it. Trump said he did not want to comment on whether he was considering a pardon of stone yet. No one even knows what he did. Trump said incidents of white supremacist material being spread across the US rose by one hundred and twenty percent last year. According to the anti-defamation League it was the second year that the circulation of racist and nationalist posters and banners more than doubles the Heat Monitoring Group said one Texas based group was responsible for two thirds of all propaganda the. Al Found that white supremacists held twenty percent fewer events preferring not to risk their exposure to the public the AD L. Center on extremisms report released yesterday documented two thousand seven hundred thirteen cases of propaganda in the past year compared to one thousand two hundred fourteen cases the year before the cases amounted to an average of seven reported incidents. Per Day University. Campuses were frequent targets with all but seven out of fifty states reporting incidents of banners posters and Flyers. The data is unmistakable. White supremacists doubling down on their efforts to promote messages of hate and recruit new members said the ideal which was founded in nineteen thirteen to combat. Anti Semitism the barrage of propaganda which overwhelmingly features veiled white supremacists language with a patriotic. Slant is an effort to normalize white supremacists message and bolster recruitment efforts while targeting minority groups including Jews blacks Muslims nonwhite immigrants and the LGBTQ community. The statement added center on extremism. Director are INSA GAL said that the groups are making an effort to emphasize patriotism in an attempt to make their hate more palatable for twenty twenty audience. Us federal authorities have offered a reward of up to twenty thousand dollars after two dolphins were found with gruesome and life ending injuries along Florida's Gulf coast in recent weeks. One Dolphin was discovered dead in waters off Naples in southwest Florida largest week officials said the animal had received bullet or stab wounds or possibly both also last week. The Emerald Coast wildlife refuge found a dolphin with a bullet in its left side along Pensacola Beach in the Florida. Panhandle experts believe the two deaths might have stemmed from humans feeding the animals when dolphins learn to associate people and boats with food. They can expose themselves to dangerous situations since two thousand to at least twenty nine dolphins have been stranded with evidence of being shot by guns or arrows or impaled with objects. Such fishing spears. Noah's Office of law enforcement is offering a reward of up to twenty thousand.
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"The death toll hits twenty one from Tai Shooting off to raid into Mole Fain Irish elections surge leaves three main party's tied and flights canceled as UK braces for Storm Kira. It's Sunday in February nine. I'm Anthony Davis A member of the Thai security forces was killed early on Sunday in arrayed in a shopping mall to try to stop a soldier on a shooting. Rampage bringing the total death toll to twenty one. The killings began around three PM local time on Saturday when the soldier opened fire in a house before moving to an army camp and then to the mole in Nakhon Ratchasima in northeastern Thailand posting messages on facebook as he went early on Sunday gunfire on fire. Broke out at the mall of security forces tried to dislodge. The soldier identified by police as thirty two year. Old Jack Repent Tomah the public health. The minister told reporters at the scene. That one member of the security forces was killed and two wounded in the raid as he spoke a series of explosions and further shooting echoed from the terminal twenty one more police closed off streets around the mole and kept journalists behind a security cordon. At least that he one other people have been wounded. Thai media said the suspected shooter had worked to Nami base close to Nakhon Ratchasima which is about one hundred and fifty five miles from from the capital Bangkok. Before the shooting the attacker had posted on his facebook account that he was out for vengeance but he did not say for what. CCTV TV footage from inside the mall. Posted on social media showed the gunman dressed in black and wearing a mosque. His Gun slung over his shoulder and with no sign of other other people around facebook said it had removed the suspects account. narcan Ratchasima is one of the biggest cities in northeastern Thailand an Nyland of relative prosperity in a rice growing area. That is one of the poorest parts of the country of sixty nine million people Support for the left-wing Irish nationalists Shin Fain surged in an election on Saturday leaving leaving it tied with the Party of Prime Minister. Leo Radka but unlikely to emerge with the highest number of seats an exit poll showed instead. Brad car are as likely to compete. With fellow center rights rival Fianna fail to secure the most seats and the right to try to form a coalition government a task analysts lists called extremely difficult Shin Fain the former political wing of the Irish Republican Army is likely to fall behind the other two parties because does it fielded far fewer candidates counting began at nine. AM local time on Sunday with some results expected from early afternoon the final final and potentially decisive seats in Ireland's one hundred sixty member-parliament may not be filled until Monday or even later the parties have swapped power how at every election since emerging from the opposing sides of Ireland's nineteen twenties civil war. They have similar policies on the economy and Brexit trade talks Shin Fain has moved on from the long leadership of Gerry Adams seen by many as the face of bloody IRA war against British rule early Northern Ireland. It's candidates with the biggest gainers by vote. Share up from fourteen percent. The last election in two thousand sixteen the and lines have canceled. Dozens of domestic and international flights. A storm camera hearer approaches. The United Kingdom severe weather warnings of issued for the weekend with strong winds of up to eighty miles an hour and widespread heavy rain. Rain expected the worst storm to hit the UK in over seven years storm care will be driven by the jet stream with winds of more than two hundred. Miles is an hour over the North Atlantic Ocean. The Jet Stream is a narrow ribbon of strong winds about thirty thousand feet high in the atmosphere several rail firms terms of urged passengers not to travel and say they will operate reduce timetables and speed restrictions. Heathrow airport announcing the taken the joint decision with its airline and partners to consolidate Sunday's flight schedule in a bid to minimize the number of flights canceled high winds and gusts of up to seventy miles. An Hour Woah have already caused travel disruption in Scotland and several bridges have been closed to high sided vehicles yellow where the warnings now cover the whole the United Kingdom and an amber warning for rain is in place in parts of Scotland meaning homes and businesses are likely to be flooded and some communities could be cut off.
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"The. US officials highly likely Iran Down Ukrainian jetliner house nears vote on restraining trump's actions against Iran and Puerto Rico earthquake aftermath deepens as government seeks help. It's it's Friday January ten. I'm Anthony Davis US officials said last night. It was highly likely that an Iranian anti aircraft missile down two Ukrainian jetliner late on Tuesday killing all all one hundred seventy six people on board. They suggested it could. Well have been a mistake. The crash came just a few hours after Iran launched a ballistic missile Zala attack against Iraqi military bases housing US troops amid the confrontation with Washington over the US. Drone strike that killed an Iranian revolutionary in regards general last week to. US officials speaking on the condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive intelligence said. They had no certain knowledge of Iranian Indian intent but they said the airliner could have been mistaken for a threat. Donald Trump suggested he believed Iran was responsible for the shootdown but wouldn't directly blame the Iranians he dismissed Iran's initial claim that it was a mechanical issue. The US officials wouldn't say what intelligence they had had pointed to an Iranian missile but they acknowledged the existence of satellites and other sensors in the region as well as the likelihood of communication interceptions and and other similar intelligence a third US officials said the intelligence pointing to likely Iranian responsibility became clearer overnight into Thursday at least sixty three Canadians and eleven Ukrainians were among the dead Democratic controlled House of Representatives moved towards approving a non binding measure on Thursday aimed at limiting president president donald trump's ability to take military action against Iran as criticism of the US killing of a top Iranian. General intensifies speaking Nancy. NC Pelosi said the war powers resolution which does not require trump signature. Nonetheless has real teeth because it is a statement of the Congress of the United it states I will not have that statement be diminished by whether the president will veto it or not. She said the democratic measures seemed certain to pass Thursday over solid Republican opposition. A similar proposal by senator. Tim Kaine faces an uphill fight in the GOP run Senate. Canes efforts received achieved a boost on Thursday as Republican senator. Todd Young of Indiana an ex marine said he might support the war powers measure to other Republican senators two said Wednesday. They would back the cane plan Pelosi in announcing the House vote called the killing of General Kacem Sulejmani provocative and disproportionate disproportionate. The House vote comes a day. After the trump administration briefed lawmakers on its actions in Iran Democrats and several Republicans called the briefings inadequate adding officials did not provide enough details about why the attack was justified administration officials justified killing Sola money based on an outdated and inappropriate two thousand and two authorization of force in Iraq paper More than two thousand people in shelters nearly one million without power hundreds of thousands without water the aftermath of six point four magnitude earthquake that killed one person injured nine others and severely damaged infrastructure in Puerto Rico coast. South West Coast is deepening as the island's government says it is overwhelmed. Many in the affected area are comparing the situation to hurricane. Maria Korea a category four storm that hit in September two thousand seventeen as hundreds of families who are unable to return to their damaged. Homes wonder where they'll stay. Hey in the upcoming weeks and months as hopes fade of electricity being restored soon. Donald Trump declared an emergency in Puerto Rico several hours. After a Tuesday's quake hit a move. That frees up. Federal funds by the US Federal Emergency Management Agency for things ranging from transportation to medical care to mobile generators but some local officials. Worry the help went arrive soon. ENOUGH FEMA is very bureaucratic agency and it moves very very slowly so slowly that we're still waiting for federal funds from Maria said Daniel Hernandez Director of generation for Puerto Rico's electric power authority T- while officials say it's too early to provide an estimate of total damage. They say hundreds of homes and businesses were affected by Tuesday's quake and the five point heights magnitude. One that preceded it.
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"Iran general steps out of Sulaymaniyah Chateau to lead proxies knife attack near Paris treated as terror Hera related and fresh Cambridge Analytical leak shows global manipulation is out of control. It's Sunday January five. I'm Anthony Davis New Iranian general has stepped down to the shadows to lead the country could force becoming responsible for Tehran's proxies across the Middle East as the Islamic republic threatens the US with hauch revenge filling. Its previous head. Kazan Sulejmani while much still remains unknown about sixty two year old as male Ghani Western sanctions. Suggest he's long been in a position of power in the organization. One of his first US duties is likely to be overseeing whatever revenge Iran intends to seek for the US air strike early Friday that killed his longtime friend and Soleimani. It was the midway point if he's annual Christmas vacation where Donald Trump huddled at his Florida club with his top national security advisers who presented him with an array of options for responding to an earlier attack on a US Iraqi base including the most dramatic possible response taking ounce General Sulejmani the head of Iran's elite coulds force and the man responsible for hundreds of American deaths trump immediately wanted to talk so Lemani. It was a decision. He's predecessors had avoided and one that risked inflaming tensions with Tehran. Some advisers voiced concern about the legal legal justification for a strike without evidence of an imminent attack in the works against Americans his decision to authorize the drone strike has sent shockwaves throughout the Middle East and has dramatically escalated tensions between the US and Iran earlier that day trump was meeting with his political advisors about his reelection campaign when he was summoned to give the final go-ahead trump said he was eager to project global strength and replicate the message. He believed he sent last year after approving the rates to kill Islamic state leader Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi Trump's timing was also certain to divert attention away from his own congressional impeachment and bolster. He's reelection support with some voters French prosecutors said a knife attack on Friday the left one man dead and two women injured in a park in the Paris area is being being treated as terror related in a statement yesterday. They said their investigations revealed that the assailant who was shot dead by police have been radicalized allies and it prepared the attack in the southern suburbs of Paris. They said their investigations now justify a probe into murder and attempted murder in relation into a terrorist undertaking. The prosecutor described the assailant as a twenty two year. Old Man with a long and serious psychiatric history speaking at a news conference. She said he had converted to Islam between May and July two thousand nineteen. And he shouted. Allahu Akbar got his great in Arabic nick several times during the attack. She added that investigators are also looking into the assailants phone calls and computer equipment. No accomplice has has been identified. An explosive leak of tens of thousands of documents from the defunct data firm Cambridge Analytica is set to expose the inner workings of the company that collapsed after it was revealed it had misappropriated eighty eighty seven million facebook profiles more than one hundred thousand documents relating to work in sixty eight countries that will lay bare the global infrastructure. Uh of an operation used to manipulate voters on an industrial scale is set to be released over the next months. It comes as Christopher Steele. The EX AHEAD OF EM I. Six is Russia desk and the intelligence expert behind the so-called steele dossier said that while the company had closed down the failure to properly punish punish bad actors meant that the prospects for manipulation of the US election this year. What even worse? The release of documents began on New Year's his day on an anonymous twitter account with links to material on elections in Malaysia Kenya and Brazil. The documents were revealed to have come from. I'm Brittany Kaiser. An Ex Cambridge analytica employees turned whistle blower and to be the same one subpoenaed by Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference errands into the two thousand sixteen presidential election. Kaisa decided to go public. After last month's election in Britain it's so abundantly clear our electoral systems uh-huh are wide open to abuse. She said I'm very fearful about what is going to happen in the US. Election later this year and I think one of the few ways of protecting ourselves is to get as much information out there as possible. Kaisa said the facebook data scandal was part of a much bigger global operation. That worked with governments government's intelligence agencies commercial companies and political campaigns to manipulate and influence people and that race huge national security security implications..
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"Boeing crisis escalates. A seven thirty seven. Max Production is halted immigrants seeking driver's licenses czyz lineup across New York and Pro Indian fake websites targeted decision-makers in Europe. It's it's Tuesday December seventeen. I'm Anthony Davis Boeing is temporarily halting seven three seven production in January for the first time in more than twenty years as the grounding of the planemakers maker bestselling Max off two fatal crashes look set to last well into twenty twenty Boeing which builds the 737 south of Seattle said it will not lay off any employees during production freeze the move could have repercussions across its global supply chain and the US economy. The decision made by Boeing's board after a two day meeting in Chicago follows news last week that the Federal Aviation Administration would not approve. The planes returned to service service before twenty twenty the seven three seven. Max has been grounded. Since March after two crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia killed three hundred and forty-six people within five months of each other costing the plane manufacturer more than nine billion dollars. So far until now Boeing has continued to produce seven three seven. Max jets at a rate of forty two per month and purchase parts from suppliers at a rate of fifty two units per month even though deliveries a frozen until regulators approve the aircraft to fly commercially again. Boeing shares closed down four percent yesterday and fell one percent after hours. US airlines with 737 Max jets and orders also face added uncertainty after already scaling back flying schedules and delaying in growth plans. Due to the grounding southwest airlines the largest 737 Max Customer said last week it had reached a confidential compensation agreement with Boeing going for a portion of a projected. Eight hundred and thirty million dollar hit to its operating income for two thousand nineteen due to the grounding Bundled in winter jackets imigrants lined up at some department of Motor vehicle. Offices throughout New York as the states began issuing driver's licenses that don't require applicants to prove they are in the country. Legally hundreds of New Yorkers waited it outside motor vehicle agencies in New York City while several upstate clocks said they saw few applicants license applicants without a valid social security number MBA can now submit multiple alternative forms of. Id that include valid passports and driver's licenses issued in other countries state DMV MVP officials said they adjusted staffing levels and updated their reservation systems in anticipation of such large crowds. This is a major step forward forward. For all New Yorkers as we keep building New York to live up to its full potential of equity opportunity and Justice said state. Senator Louis Sepulveda's Fidel last week. At least one county Clark in upstate. New York opposed to the law. said he was turning away. Applicants one of several clocks who has sued to to block. New York's law said his office had turned away an applicant. Who wanted a driver's permit but lacked a social security number? The Republican Clark said he's office directed the the applicant across the Hudson River to the state's run department of motor vehicles offices in Albany. Meanwhile Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo's administration said any clocks who do not want to follow state law should resign immigration advocates have said they are ready to go to court to defend the law in the global network of Pro Indian fake websites and think tanks is aimed at influencing influencing decision-making in Europe research say the Coordinated Network of two hundred sixty five sites operates across sixty five countries. According to a report by e you INFO lab a Brussels based NGO the research is traced the websites to an Indian company Srivastav Group the network was also found to involve groups responsible for anti-pakistan lobbying events in Europe. There's no evidence it's linked to India's government but researchers. I just believe the networks purpose is to disseminate propaganda against India's neighbour and rival Pakistan. Both countries have long sought to control the narrative give against each other more than the fake meteorite let alone. It's the combination with the fake NGOs. That's really worrying because it provides mirage of online and grassroots support to 'cause that's exactly where the disinformation lies said the executive director of E. U. Disinform lab the investigation and started looking at a p today a website which claims to be an online magazine for the European Parliament in Brussels in October. The European. Union's disinformation this. Information Taskforce revealed that EP today had been republishing large amount of news directly from Russia today and Voice of America some suspected Russian interference but e you.
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"Macron clashes with both other one and trump at NATO summit photos contradict trump's claim not to know Prince Andrew and site of polar bear daubed with graffiti sparks outrage. It's Wednesday in December. I'm Anthony Davis NATO disunity on full display on the opening day of the alliance's summit in London as the French President Emmanuel macron accused Turkey of colluding with Islamic State Proxies while Donald Trump described macron's criticisms of NATO's brain death as insulting and very very nasty the Turkish president for his part threatened again to veto NATO's defence plan for the Baltics unless NATO endorsed its own assessment assessment that Syrian Kurdish fighters on Turkey's borders would terrorists a definition that macron and the Pentagon rejected trump also kept up. He's he's demand that delinquent NATO states boost their defense spending warning if they did not do so he would consider imposing. US trade sanctions the sense of disarray. Reflecting wide differences about NATO's future post Cold War purpose emerge through a series of revealing rolling press conferences. I'm Frances hosted by trump macron's original condemnation of NATO's brain. Death stemmed from his anger at the lack of any Turkish cooperation. Nation with the rest of NATO invasion only trump was consulted. He gave a green light that leads to a massive political backlash in the. US macron repeatedly warned that Isis was making a comeback in Syria because of the Turkish invasion since it had weakened the mainly Kurdish Syrian defense forces sources including the wikipedia fighters the deformed the backbone of the fight against Isis at one point macron accused Turkey of sometimes working working with Isis proxies trump has once himself called NATO obsolete The president of the United States has falsely claims not to know the Duke of York as pressure rises on the letter to submit to questioning in America over his links to the Sexual Abuse Jeffrey Epstein the US president was asked during an event at the US ambassador's residents in London on Tuesday about the Queen's in some having stepped down from royal duties after his disastrous TV interview about the allegations. I don't know Prince Andrew but that's a tough story. It's a very tough story. He answered in reality. Trump has met the prince on numerous occasions. The two have been pictured together at various events including a party. At trump's mar-a-lago resort on the twelfth of February two thousand at which trump was also separately pictured with Epstein the. The president has referred to the convicted sex offender who took his own life in jail in August as a terrific guy and a lot of fun to be with. Trump has himself denied I numerous accusations of sexual abuse by different women lawyers for five women who have accused Epstein of abusing them have called upon Prince Andrew to give evidence about what he knows saying he could have important information about trafficking for sexual abuse the princess consistently and categorically denied into the allegations. What epsteins Victims Virginia Guthrie alleges that she was trafficked to have sex with Andrew on three occasions between two thousand one in in two thousand and two and said on Monday in an exclusive TV interview? This is not some sordid sex story. This is a story of being trafficked. It's a story array of abuse and this is the story of your guys. Royalty she added. I just didn't expect it from royalty. I didn't expect it from someone that people look up. A two and admire in the royal family. I couldn't comprehend how the highest levels of the government powerful people were allowing this to happen not only allowing allowing it to happen but participating in it Video showing a Polar Bear S. spray painted with graffiti the sparked outrage among environmentalists amid fears. The creature was targeted by locals in an area where the animals increasingly increasingly forage. Scientists were concerned the bath filmed in Russia daubed. The letters t thirty four the name of a Second World War era Soviet tank would have trouble hunting and maintaining camouflage with the black lettering clearly visible on its side. A senior Russian state biologist has said they are trying to identify where the video of the band was shot. Scientists speculated that the animal which was recorded walking near a road at an unknown location in Russia would have to have been sedated for someone to paint the letters on its flank. Climate Change has driven Russia's Arctic polar bear population into close contact attacked with humans as hungry as looking for food have increasingly foraged in towns.
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"Coming up on five minute news. Israel's Netanyahu charged in corruption cases. US Russia adviser tells lawmakers to stop promoting promoting falsehoods and US labor market slowing manufacturing mired in weakness. It's Thursday November twenty one. I'm Anthony Davis Israel's attorney general today formerly charged Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a series of corruption cases throwing the country's power powerless political system into further disarray and threatening the longtime leader grip on power capping a three year investigation the attorney general charge Netanyahu with fraud breach of trust and accepting bribes. In three different scandals. It is the first time a sitting Israeli prime minister has been charged launched with a crime according to the indictment Netanyahu accepted hundreds of thousands of dollars of champagne and cigars from billionaire. Friends offered to trade favors with the newspaper publisher and used his influence to help a wealthy telecom magnet in exchange for favorable coverage on a popular new site right. The indictment does not require in Yahoo to resign but is expected to raise pressure on him to step down to close aides to Netanyahu who turned state's witness and testified against him in the case. Meanwhile Benjamin Netanyahu's political challenger says he has failed to form the governing coalition by yesterday's deadline. The announcement by Bennie Gaunt's deals a major setback to his hopes of replacing the long serving Netanyahu. A WHO could set the stage for the country's third election in under a year gaunt's had been tapped by the country's president to form a government after Netanyahu Who failed at the task last month? But like Netanyahu gaunt's was unable to muster the support of a majority in the one hundred twenty seat parliament with with his announcement. Parliament has twenty one days to rally behind Ganz Netanyahu or a third darkhorse candidate. If that fails the country country would be forced to hold elections in March Donald Trump's former Russia advisor Fiona Hill lawmakers in the House of Representatives impeachment inquiry today not to promote politically driven falsehoods. That cost I doubt upon Russia's interference in the two thousand sixteen. US election in her testimony to the House. Intelligence Committee Hill said some members of the panel Donald based on their questions and statements appear to believe that Russia and it security services did not conduct a campaign against the US during the twenty sixteen presidential race and perhaps Ukraine did some Republican members of the committee have advanced a discredited conspiracy theory embraced by trump and promoted by his political allies. That Ukraine not Russia interfered in the last presidential election. This is a fictional narrative that has been perpetrated and propagated by the Russian security services. Themselves said Hill. Who until July served as is the director for European and Russian affairs at the White House National Security Council in the course of this investigation? I would ask that you please not promotes votes politically driven falsehoods that so clearly. Advance Russian interests she said the US intelligence agencies and former special counsel so Robert. Mueller have determined that Russia interfered in the two thousand sixteen election with a campaign of hacking and propaganda intended to sow discord in the United States states boosts trump's candidacy and harm his Democratic opponent. Hillary Clinton Melas team brought criminal charges against twelve Russian. Intelligence officers accused them of covertly monitoring employees computers and planting malicious code as well as stealing emails and other documents Mints Fiona Hill warned lawmakers that Russia is gearing up to repeat. It's election interference activities in twenty twenty. We we are running out of time to stop them. She said the number of of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits was unexpectedly unchanged the five-month high last week suggesting some softening in the labor market. It while other data today showed a mild pickup in factory activity in the mid-atlantic region. This month manufacturers reported a sharp slowdown in new orders. Orders shipments and unfilled orders. They will also declines in factory employment and ours measures the persistent weakness in manufacturing facturing is despite an easing intentions in the sixteen month. Trade war between the United States and China which has depressed capital expenditure. The reports added to last week's downbeat October retail sales and manufacturing production data in suggesting the economy lost momentum early in the fourth quarter the Federal Reserve last month cut interest rates for the third time. This year and signalled a pause in the easing cycle. That started in July lie when it reduced borrowing costs for the first time since two thousand eight. The federal government's outstanding public debt has surpassed twenty teeth three trillion dollars for the first time in history. The debt has grown sixteen percent since trump's inauguration where it.
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"Abandoned his promise of an October Brexit and pinned his hopes on December election two days after lawmakers stymied Johnson's latest attempt to pass is European Union divorce deal he said today that the only way to break Britain's brexit ask was a general election Johnson said he would ask him ps to vote on Monday on a motion calling for national polls December twelfth to hold election Johnson must win a vote by a two-thirds majority among MP's looked like a tough task with the main opposition Labor Party saying it would only back in the next Shen wants the risk of Britain crashing out the E. U. October thirty first it sheduled departure date had been removed parliament has already dealt Johnson series because blocked Boris Johnson's attempt to fos track the e U Devos Bill Through Parliament in a matter of days saying they needed more time to scrutiny is the legislation European Council President Donald Tusk has recommended the other twenty-seven EU nations grunt Britain and delay it many of the locks members are wary and for straight at Britain's interminable brexit melodrama meanwhile you K- police and politicians have sounded uh-huh about what could happen in Northern Ireland under Johnson's proposed brexit deal with the region's police chief warning that a badly handled divorce from the European Union could bring violence back onto the streets.
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"Coming up on five minute news stain. October twenty four. I'm Anthony Davis could bring violence back onto the streets. The White House reportedly Shen calling it illegitimate while the White House lauded lawmakers who stormed into a high security room and attempted to interrupt testimony yesterday institution however gives the House wide latitude in how to handle impeachment Chuck Schumer the top Senate Democrat accused trump and he's Republican uh-huh about what could happen in Northern Ireland under Johnson's proposed brexit deal with the region's police chief warning that a badly handled divorce from the European Union according to the letter obtained by The New York Times the Deputy Secretary of Defense David L. Norquist informed coupe is lawyer she was not obliged to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has finally abandoned his promise of an October Brexit and pinned his hopes on December election two days after lawmakers stymied Johnson's latest attempt to pass is European Union divorce deal he said today that the only way to break Britain's brexit locks members are wary and for straight at Britain's interminable brexit melodrama meanwhile you K- police and politicians have sounded imply with a congressional subpoena because of the trump administration's view that the inquiry has not been officially authorized COUPO- obviously who articles of impeachment abusive power and obstruction hundreds of people were forced to flee northern California wine country earlier today as a wildfire exploded in size fueled by dangerous winds that prompted utility initial closed-door testimonies to protect witness statements from outside interference they hope to completely inquiry by the end of the year and to coalescing around many Republicans have sought to attack the legitimacy of the impeachment probe and have complained about depositions being given behind closed doors the US is the legislation European Council President Donald Tusk has recommended the other twenty-seven EU nations grunt Britain and delay it many of the election Johnson must win a vote by a two-thirds majority among MP's looked like a tough task with the main opposition Labor Party saying it would only back in the next the letter to the lawyer of Laura Cooper the Pentagon official overseeing Ukraine a day before she testified in the House Democrats impeachment inquiry of Northern California in anticipation of strong winds that could not brunch his into power lines or topple them sparking wildfires Shen wants the risk of Britain crashing out the E. U. October thirty first it sheduled departure date had been removed parliament has already dealt Johnson series national allies of hypocrisy for demanding that impeachment proceedings begun in public even as the administration withhold subpoenaed documents and tries to block in dry winds with gusts of up to seventy miles an hour of affected much of the state including that area there were no immediate reports of any injuries teas throughout the state to impose electrical blackouts to prevent fires authorities ordered the entire community of Gay Seville to evacuate ask was a general election Johnson said he would ask him ps to vote on Monday on a motion calling for national polls December twelfth to hold House Republicans continue to press their effort to discredit the democratic led impeachment inquiry against trump today with plans for a Senate resolution because blocked Boris Johnson's attempt to fos track the e U Devos Bill Through Parliament in a matter of days saying they needed more time to scrutiny anti impeachment drive and hundreds flee northern California wildfire amid blackouts it's the endon production covering politics inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful world news
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"Coming up on five minute news Brexit in I'm Anthony Davis exploration sketching out the two sides future trade relationship British state's government has done to us the couple sworn statement says the cells are frigid and staff have refused to turn on the heating until the end of next month
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"Coming up on five minute news Turkish forces say they've captured key Syrian border town Kevin McLean and resigns as acting US Homeland Security Secretary Turkish troops and allied Syrian opposition fighters have made gains recently capturing several northern villages in fighting and bombardment that left dozens of people aw at least twenty miles from the Border Kevin McLean and the acting detain October twelve. I'm Anthony Davis ED coming down for the fourth consecutive month the lack of crisis is dissuading members of Congress to act and compromise the president appointing today a source familiar with McClellan's thinking said the acting secretary felt he had accomplish all he could given the political realities of today specifically the two people familiar with the inquiry the investigators are examining Mr Giuliani's efforts to undermine the American ambassador to Ukraine Marie Ivanovich she was and approach of the department in an increasingly polarized time that's uncomfortable as the accountable senior figure meanwhile federal process cutest in Manhattan are investigating whether Donald Trump's personal lawyer Rudolph Giuliani broke lobbying laws in his dealings in Ukraine according which called on Turkey to cease its military operations the Turkish president said yesterday that Turkey won't stop until the Syrian Kurdish forces withdraw military said captured a key Syrian border town under heavy bombardment today in its most significant gains since an offensive against Kurdish fighters victory of homeland security since April and the fourth person to serve in that post since the trump presidency began submitted his resignation to the White House yes trump pulled US forces out of the area making Turkeys air and ground offensive possible and said he wanted to stop getting involved with endless walls all killed or wounded the invasion has also forced nearly one hundred thousand people to flee their homes amid concerns that is might take advantage of the chaos and try to rise again after its defeat in Syria earlier this year the Turkish offensive was widely criticized by Syria and some Western countries unlikelihood that any legislative deal on immigration will happen in an election year moreover with the numbers of undocumented immigrants apprehended or turned away at the board in who trump never formally nominated for the cabinet position said while he controls his department what I don't have control over is the tone the message the public face recalled in the spring as part of Mr Trump's broad a campaign to pressure Ukraine into helping his political prospects the investigation into Mr Juliet Gal four days ago with no sign of relenting despite mounting international criticism the continued push Turkey into Syria comes days after Donald Liners to leadership positions in his department hasn't made his job any easier in an interview with the Washington Post published on the first of October McLean Alito contributions to a congressman WHO's helped they sought in removing miss you Vanna Vich Johnny is tied to the case against two of his associates who were arrested this week on campaign finance related charges the associates with today charged with funneling I in six decades made landfall and passed over the capitol streets nearby beaches and train stations were long deserted store shelves a heavy downpour and strong winds pounded Tokyo and surrounding areas today as a powerful typhoon forecast Japan's you and surrounding areas including good mom Saitama and Kanagawa and later expanded the area to include Fukushima and Miozzi to the north a coastal earthquake has also rattled the area Haggi base which means speed in Filipino was advancing North Westwood with maximum sustained wins of nine hundred miles per hour according to the Meteorological Agency it was traveling Northwood at a speed of twenty five miles an hour. It reached Kawasaki Swoboda after people stocked up on water and food ahead of Typhoon Hag abyss the Japan Meteorological Agency warned of dangerously heavy rainfall in Tokyo quake shook the area drenched by the rainfall shortly before the typhoon made landfall in Shizuoka but there was no immediate reports of damage the US a western part of Greater Tokyo headed to Sa- Kuba city to the north about an hour later before it was expected to swerve toward the sea the agency said as an independent production covering politics inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful world
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"Coming up on the news Iran asks six West to leave Persian Gulf as tensions heighten murder trial to begin of a white officer who shot a black man dead in his home mm-hmm and twenty three states sue trump administration in escalating battle over emissions standards. It's Sunday deign September twenty two. I'm Anthony Davis Iran's president today called on Western powers to leave the security of the Persian Gulf to regional nations led by Tehran criticizing new. US led coalition patrolling the region's waterways as nationwide parades showcase the Islamic republic's military arsenal as part of Holy Defense Week which marks the start of the Iran Iraq war in one thousand nine hundred ninety San Ruhani separately promised to unveil a regional peace plan at this week's upcoming high-level meetings at the UN which comes amid heightened Middle East tensions following a series of attacks including a missile and drone assault on Saudi Arabia's oil industry whilst Yemen's Iranian in Allied Houthi rebels claimed the assault Saudi Arabia says it was unquestionably sponsored by Iran Rani said Iran was willing to extend the hand and a friendship and brotherhood to Persian Gulf nations and was even ready to forgive their past mistakes Ronnie added that the US and Western nations should distance since themselves from the region. You'll presence has always been a calamity for this region and the father you go from our region now nations the more security Z. would come for our region he said the US maintains defense agreements across the Persian Gulf with allied Arab nations in his tens of thousands of troops stationed stationed in the region since nineteen eighty is viewed the region as crucial to its national security given its energy exports a fifth of all oil L. traded policies through the Strait of Hamas. The narrow mouth of the Persian Gulf in testimony is to begin on Monday in the trial of Dallas police officer who claimed he killed an unarmed black man after entering his apartment by mistake steak and the guy is accused of murdering both gene last year in the case that inflamed racial tensions and suspicion of the authorities. He's in Texas city with a long history of deadly contacts between police and civilians geiger who is white had finished work on the evening of sick of September last year but still in uniform when she parked her apartment building sean a twenty six year old accountants lived on the floor above her in Ganga's telling she parked on the wrong floor after a long and tiring shift and walked into a dog apartment directly above her own where she encountered John One and thought he was a burglar. The thirty one year old claims she gave John Verbal commands that were ignored. She then fired twice fatally striking him with a bullet to the chest. The family of John who was born in Saint Lucia and was active in his local church have filed a civil lawsuit that questions how Geiger could have of mist various details telling her she was in the wrong apartment such signs Dole numbers and a red floor mat outside the door. The lawsuit alleges she killed John Without any warning as he got up from his SOFA. Activists and gene's family accused the police of conducting a biased investigation in the immediate aftermath of his death treating akin to an officer involved shooting of a suspect rather than a civilian killing an innocent victim a recording of the nine one one Cole made by Geiger was leaked in April sounding panicked and tearful. She tells the dispatcher. I'm an off duty officer. I thought I was in my apartment and I shot. It's a guy thinking he was thinking. It was my apartment. Oh my God I'm sorry I'm going to lose my job. She repeats the phrase. I thought it was my apartment more than a dozen times. A foundation created in John's honor to expand on his missionary work is planning to hold a launch event in Dallas Alice on September twenty nine which would have been he's twenty eighth birthday. Just two you days after the trump administration revoked California's right to set its own emissions standards for automobiles. The State has fired back California twenty two other states in several major cities filed a lawsuit in Federal Court yesterday against the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration which is the division vision of the Department of Transport that issued the rule revoking California's Authority Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheel said that California's fuel economy standards bandage would effectively end up applying to the entire country because automakers would be unlikely to make two separate versions of the same car to comply with different states aches regulations under trump the EPA has sought to roll back many of the environmental rules put in place by Barack Obama not just when it comes the fuel economy standards but also meet emissions air pollution and
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"Coming up on the news a major Saudi Arabia oil facilities hit by healthy drone strikes. TV ACTRESS GETS prison sentence for college admission scandal title and police investigate eighteenth killing of a trans person in the US this year. It's Saturday September timber fourteen. I'm Anthony Davis Yemen's Iran aligned healthy healthy group has attacked two plants at the heart of Saudi Arabia's oil industry including the world's biggest petroleum processing facility the pre-dawn drone attack of these Saudi Aramco facilities spunk several fires although the kingdom the world's largest oil exporter later said these were brought under control a spokesman demand for the Iran aligned healthy group in Yemen said it had deployed ten drones in the attack one source said five million barrels of crude production production had been impacted close to half the kingdom's output but did not elaborate the attacks come as Aramco accelerates plans for an initial public offering offering of the state oil giant Azaleas this year and follow earlier cross-border attacks on Saudi oil installations and on oil tankers in Gulf waters. Today's attacks appear to be the most brazen yet Saudi Arabia leading a Sunni Muslim military coalition that intervened in Yemen in twenty fifteen against the how these has has blamed regional rival Shiite Iran for previous attacks which Tehran Denies Radia accuses Iran of arming the how these a charge charge denied by the group and Tehran authorities have not reported on casualties a witness nearby said at least fifteen ambulances were seen in the area area and there was a heavy security presence tensions in the region have escalated in recent months after the United States quit an international nuclear deal an extended economic sanctions on Iran. The violence is complicating. UN led peace efforts to end the Yemen war which has killed tens of thousands thousands and pushed millions to the brink of fanning American TV actress Felicity Huffman was sentenced to fourteen days in prison yesterday for paying thousands of dollars to have one of her daughter's sat scores inflated. She is the first parents to be sentenced in the massive college cheating scandal that has rocked the US higher education system in addition the US district the judge said Huffman must serve twelve months of supervised release two hundred and fifty hours of community service and pay thirteen thousand dollar fine. She apologized to the students who work very hard every day to get into college and to their parents who made tremendous sacrifices supporting their children. I can promise you that in the months and years to come that I will try to live a more honest life. She said afterwards she apologized to her daughters and husband actor William h macy and others who have been affected by her actions voice shaking as she spoke in the Boston courtroom the cases resurfaced questions about about college access race and privilege and Huffman sentencing signals what other parents who have been charged might face Florida police searching for a motive in the death of a twenty three year old transgender African American woman whose body was found in a burned out car last week. The body of beloved slater was found on Fourth of September in clewiston fifty miles west of West Palm Beach. Her remains were so badly burned took investigators several days to identify her by dental records investigators from the county Z. Sheriff's office said it was one of the most brutal killings the county had ever seen no suspect or suspects had immediately being identified they said police said they would not classify slater's death as a hate crime until they could clearly prove the reason for the killing slightest friends speculated that she was killed because news of her trans identity in the US there are thought to be two hundred and fifty thousand hate crime victims each year but only a third are reported earlier today. The Democratic presidential candidate veto a rock tweeted transgender women of color have been targeted attacked and murdered across America. We know of eighteen transgender people killed this year alone. If we don't confront this reality than we can't correct it. Justice must be served for beloved slater. Equality must be secured for all slightest death came shortly after seventeen year old. Bailey Reeves was shot dead in Baltimore last last year at least twenty-six transgender people were killed the majority Trans Women of Color in two thousand seventeen twenty nine. Such deaths were recorded. Many such murders have been markedly brutal. The trump administration has been purposely vocal about publicizing its controversial transgender military military ban and more recently the removal of protections to transgender workers to endure discrimination because of their gender identity uh-huh you can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast. APP or ask Your Smart Speaker to play the news news with Anthony Davis podcast leave us a review on I tunes and follow us on twitter at the news underscore podcast for daily updates. The news news is an independent production covering politics inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.
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"Coming up on the news a Bahamas Commas slammed by category five Harkin Dorian general election discussions in number ten amid brexit battle and Berlin zoo celebrates red birth of panda twins. It's Monday September Timbuktu. I'm Anthony Davis Hurricane. Dorian has caused unprecedented unprecedented devastation in the Bahamas. The country's leader has said the storm the second strongest Atlantic hurricane on record remains extremely dangerous said that Prime Minister Hubert menace some thirteen thousand houses of fear damaged or destroyed according to the International Red Cross pictures showed surging floodwaters what is upturned cars and snapped trees. Dorian is the most powerful storm to hit the Bahamas since records began and will later move dangerously close is to the US East Coast according to forecasters it hit the Bahamas as a category five hurricane but it's now weakened to a category four with maximum sustained twins near one hundred and fifty five miles an hour says the US National Hurricane Center in its latest update Dorian will however remain a powerful hurricane during during the next couple of days. The storm is crawling over Grand Bahama with a population of around fifty thousand people and is only sixty miles east of West Palm Beach in Florida. Dorian is traveling west of just over one mile an hour. NHCD said it added that the hurricane would continue to pound Grand Bahama the island through much of Monday the winds at the core of the storm spinning so fast that the center is collapsing on itself stalling over the area and weakening the storms. I this is making it expand and caused damage over large area and could raise water levels by as much as twenty three feet in parts heart. Grand Bahama Island Donald Trump yesterday marveled over hurricane Dorian size incorrectly telling the public about its potential off off and suggesting he's never heard of a category five storm before Dorian in fact is the fourth category five storm to happen under his watch. speculation is mounting that Boris Johnson could call a snap general election in the UK if back bench rebels succeed in passing a bill to delay brexit today the UK Prime Minister has made a statement outside number ten urging politicians not to undermine his negotiations with the EU as opposition and Tory rebels MP's publish a bill designed to rule out a no deal brexit on thirty first of October Toba despite Mr Johnson claiming he didn't want to hold a general election polling day would most likely be before the thirty first of October though the date would ultimately talk be in the control of the government who could decide to change the date at the last minute allowing the UK to crash out of the E U by default without a deal real first minister of Scotland Nicholas Sturgeon tweeted plainly obvious from that statement that Johnson has no plan to get a deal if MP's blink blink tomorrow he will drive the UK off the no deal cliff on thirty first of October. He must not get away with it. Mr Johnson ended his speech h with MP should vote with the government against Corbin's pointless delay. I want everyone to know there are no circumstances in which I will ask Brussels to delay allay. We are leaving on October thirty first. No IFS or buts we will not accept any attempts to go back on promises or scrub that referendum throughout the press conference protesters' could be heard outside Downing Street chanting stop. The coup Berlin Zoo said it's resident Pandang Mang has delivered twins the first time one of the endangered animals has given birth in the country. Mingming became a mom twice. We are so happy we are speechless. The zoo tweeted today posting video of mango guiding reading one of her pink cubs to feed pandas on notoriously difficult to breed making such births rab. The Panda delivered its first cub on Saturday evening running about an hour later. A second baby was born. The sexes have not been determined. The zoo said they weighed one hundred thirty six and one hundred eighty six six grams. The zoo pays fifteen million dollars a year in a fifteen year contract to host them with most of the money going towards the conservation and breeding research program Graham in China. The cubs born in Berlin must be returned to China within four years after they have been weaned about one thousand eight hundred sixty four pandas this remain in the wild in China up from around two thousand in the late nineteen seventies according to the environmental group. WWF just over four hundred pandas live in zoos around the world in conservation projects setup with Beijing you can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast. APP or ask Your Smart Speaker to play the news with Anthony Davis podcast leave us a review on. I tunes yes and follow us on twitter. At the news underscore podcast for daily updates. The news is an independent production covering politics inequality inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.