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Biden Says Democracy 'in Peril' in Speech Honoring Fallen Troops
"Nation slowly emerging from restrictions imposed by the Corona virus pandemic honored generations of following US veterans on this memorial Day observed without the severe pandemic restrictions that affected the day of tribute only a year ago. Parades and events of remembrance were held in place is large and small across the country, many resuming after being canceled last year as the pandemic hit with full force at Arlington National Cemetery's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, President Biden delivered a solemn speech honoring the one million people killed in service of the nation and challenged Americans to carry on the defense of democracy. Our troops have fought this battle on fields around the world, but also Battle of our time, and the mission falls the each of us each and every day. Democracy itself is in peril. Here at home and around the world is the 153rd National Memorial Day observance
"arlington national cemetery" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Convinced a disease to jump from one organism to another organism bypassing and the american scientists for instance a guy named mark lips at harvard and david elon and and stanford said. This is nuts. You're taking a disease. And you're making it worse and you're making it more likely to infect human beings through respiratory route and that became an so there was this phrase that they grew up Over the past eight years ten years which is gain of function research and the gain of function that they're talking about very specifically is to enhance the transmissibility and pathogenicity of a disease through the human breathing. Apparatus or mammalian breathing apparatus. So that's what but we're talking about is. Is it a good idea to do that. Not because you want to kill people but because you wanna prove that a certain virus could with a few mutations in fact human beings so it was a it was a part of it was preventive medicine but it was preventive medicine. That was taking this risk at least as well as what the scientists said and there were. I am a hundred fifty of them. I think who said don't make diseases worse. And so the obama administration said okay. We'll look at that and they paused the funding of gain of function research. Except that some of it was grandfathered in unfortunately and then It was resumed in the trump administration by the nih and went forward. It is now being funded again. So a lot of people said that's a bad idea. The mechanisms of the risk reward studies have not been done and I think that some people thought in their secret recesses of their mind was this gigantic. Sort of meta experiment. Something that led to this disease. We can do crazy risky things. We can't we will How will have ninety days in which we might be finding out a lot more from the a biden administration about this very question in the meantime you should be reading. Nicholson baker's book. Nick thank you very much for joining us tonight. The book is baseless my search for secrets in the ruins of the freedom of information act. A nicholson baker. Gets tonight's last word. Thank you very very much for joining us. We'll be right back with more after this today. Joe biden honored those who died in service to this country at arlington national cemetery while we stand amid monuments of stone must never forget that each of these markers those known and unknown here at arlington and far beyond represent a precious life a son. A daughter mother spouse brother sister a friend a neighbor to those who.
"arlington national cemetery" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Of hard nosed politics and and and if putin recognized that in biden so much the better I think it will be a meeting that will produce some results. What biden is looking for in his meeting with. Putin is a restoration of predictibility and stability in the relationship between russia and the united states starring Biden has hot on the stove. All over the place some really important ones. But he doesn't want this russian pot to boil over he's got he's gotta take care of code but he's got to take care of all of these other things and so he just wants to make sure that unlike donald trump there's predictability and stability in the relationship between the united states to russia. That's what american presidents do. Listen to what. Ron klein said about this for meeting with vladimir putin not because we agree with them or not as some kind of reward for good behavior far from it or meeting with them because he is the president of the other great nuclear power on this planet. It's important for these two leaders to sit down and try to find ways in which They can work together in some areas ways in which they can exchange views honestly and directly. I'd face to face about the disagreements. The sharp disagreements and concerns we have about president putin's leadership and rick. Of course the american president also has areas of potential agreement and cooperation to try to work with russia. What are those well. The relationship with russia is complicated. It's like a three dimensional chess game as ron mentioned You know the biggest part of it in some ways is is is nuclear non-proliferation that's something that is an existential threat to everyone on the planet but we also have other issues like the iran deal. Russia is a party to the iran. Deal the biden administration would like to try to tee that up again and they need a russia's cooperation look at what happened with russia and solar wins. I'm sure that president biden's will bring that up. We need to figure out some kind of a mutual deterrence with a cyber terrorism. I mean knocks just gigantic. So and an and in some ways the the issue that came to the forefront in the obama administration was ukraine russia's illegal annexation of crimea. One of the grace gross roses violations of sovereignty since world war two. That's still going on just a few weeks ago. There are one hundred thousand troops on the ukrainian border. That is something else that biden will bring up and he wants to lower the temperature on that and all these other areas as well so in lowering the temperature. does that mean diplomatically. That you might not bring up every single thing on your grievance list. I mean for example. Do you update it with the diversion of that ryan. Air flight on belarus. I think you do. I think biden will bring it all up and the anecdote you told lawrence about you. Know the that Recognition between biden putin. Putin is a big boy. He knows these things are going to come up. He's going to bring up a their version of these things where they have grievances. I mean you know. The russians are great believers in what diplomats call. Reciprocity which is a fancy way of saying eye for an eye a tooth you know. Believe me when when president biden brings belarus You know putin is going to bring up some grievance that he has about what the us has done that's that's diplomacy and you know the grownups in the room on our for the first time in five years and they will work it out and for putin this is going to be of reverting to having to deal with someone who actually functions as president of the united states which he was relieved from having to do for four years. Yes i mean lawrence's you've talked about many times we have no idea what transpired between trump and putin over the last four years there were notes weren't obliterated you know what now at buenos president we get notes after meetings. You know that didn't happen. With president trump. There was allegedly the story where he told the note taker nausea. Release the note. So we don't know. I think what we will have as a restoration to traditional fomc and there'll be some tough points some points of cooperation points of competition and some points confrontation. That's the way it is rich. Single thank you very much for joining discussions tonight and coming up. President biden has ordered. Us intelligence agencies to.
Biden Commemorates War Dead at Arlington National Cemetery
"President Biden observed his first Memorial Day as commander in chief calling on Americans to commemorate their fallen heroes by remembering their fight for the nation's ideals remember those who gave their all in the service of America into replaying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery president Biden stood with his head bowed made the sign of the cross as he stood at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier and later in remarks extolled the sacrifices of the fallen for the pursuit of democracy we were built on an idea the idea of liberty an opportunity for all never fully realized that inspiration of our founding but every generation is open the door a little wider this Sunday marked the sixth anniversary of the death of the president's son beau Biden a veteran who died of brain cancer I'm Jennifer king
TAPS Helps Military Families Cope With Loss
"Families of America's fallen heroes come together on Memorial Day military families grieving the loss of a loved one have a huge support group that's thanks to an organization that's been around since nineteen ninety four called taps which stands for tragedy assistance program for survivors body Carroll who lost her husband in battle is founder and president we lay a wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier and our families are present when president Biden delivers his Memorial Day address at the Arlington National Cemetery and that they are there and there is also time to remember family members also important time for them to be at their loved ones and remember the sacrifices that their family has made over the weekend one of the things that taps did was hold a good grief camp for children I'm surely Adler
Biden To Speak Later Today
"The president will observe his first Memorial Day as commander in chief later today after laying a wreath at Arlington National Cemetery president Joe Biden will deliver remarks as America remembers those who gave the ultimate sacrifice Biden addressed a crowd at an annual Memorial Day service at veterans Memorial Park yesterday we may have many obligations invasion we only have one truly sacred obligation and that's to crypt those we send into harm's way with all they need care for them and their families with area whenever they return home and when they don't the president also asked Americans to forget their differences on a day to remember the fallen Democrats Republicans today repair kits I'm shelling out there
Arlington National Cemetery: Honor, Hope & Healing
"Visit arlington national cemetery to pay respects to contemplate the cost of war to understand history. If you're gonna kennedy's brave and the tomb of the unknown they're all serve the same vicinity. Wiki with my. Abc's colleague. james meek the tourists go to see the changing of the guard but the rest. The cemetery is pretty quiet with the exception of section sixty sections sixty is where the dead from the united states. Wars in afghanistan and iraq are buried seventeen years ago. This was an empty field. Scott to be at least one hundred rows of tim steiner. If the cemetery was just this it would be a lot and the thing about this section is. This is not people who died of old age. These are people who fell in battle. I know at one time. They called this cemetery the living cemetery because so many young people here in the wars. Were still ongoing. So you still have cazar these people being buried here so it's called the living cemetery so many people were here visiting. The davis still comes every sunday as she has for nearly the last fifteen years since her only son. Justin davis was killed. Coming up on fifteen years you say. Wow you know who who's still remembers the other than family and close family and friends in all of arlington each headstone. In section sixty tells a story private first class. Justin davis was a nineteen year old infantrymen when he was killed in afghanistan. June twenty fifth. Two thousand six. It's comforting for me to come here and just sit and you know helps. Keep life in perspective for me. This is my arlington bag and this bag. What's his Back in school in highschool believe it held up. of course i've done some stitching on it. But he's got all sorts of supplies in there. It's my arlington bag. Has got scissors. Kickers scott eight each week. All the tidies her son's headstone. She make sure there's a laminated photo of him and flowers.
Brian Cygnets, Gladys And GOP discussed on AP News Radio
"The family of a capitol police officer who collapsed while fighting rioters and later died is pushing lawmakers to approve a commission to investigate the riot Gladys sick make says she usually stays in the background but with several GOP senators against a probe into the riot that led to her son's death she and officer Brian cygnets girlfriend or making an extraordinary push on Capitol Hill visiting senators who are likely to deploy the filibuster to block the commission Mrs sickening city yesterday they should visit her son's grave at Arlington National Cemetery Sager
Top Republicans Dig in Over January 6th Commission Bill
"Senate Republicans are set to block a bill that would create a commission on January's capital insurrection ten Republicans would need to join all Democrats in voting to authorize the commission but most are expected to follow Mitch McConnell's lead I think this is a purely political exercise that adds nothing some Republicans are trying to find a compromise as the party struggles with its response to the riots in general with many still loyal to former president trump top Democrat Chuck Schumer says they shouldn't be hard I shouldn't need to remind this chamber of the scene on January six we were all there reminding them the attack led to capitol police officer Brian sick Nick's death his mother says any lawmakers against the bill should visit her son's grave at Arlington National Cemetery Sager mag ani Washington
Mother of Cop Who Died After Jan. 6 Urges 1/6 Commission
"The mother of the U. S. capitol police officer who died after the January sixth insurrection is urging members of the Senate to vote in favor of a bipartisan commission this week with a procedural vote soon to take place in the Senate and expectations there won't be the needed ten Republican votes to pass the measure Gladys sick Nick made a plea for their support to investigate the truth of what happened at the capitol her son officer Brian sick Nick died a day after violent confrontations with rioters Mrs sick Nick said congressmen and senators who are against this bill should visit her son's grave at Arlington National Cemetery and think about what their quote hurtful decisions will do to those officers who will be there for them going forward Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell has called on Republicans to block the measure accusing Democrats of wanting a commission to litigate Donald trump's involvement I'm Jackie Quinn
Biden to Pull Troops From Afghanistan
"President Biden says it is time for our troops to leave Afghanistan after consulting closely with our allies and partners. With our military leaders and intelligence personnel with our diplomats. And our development experts with Congress and the vice president. As well as with Mr Ghani and many others around the world. I've concluded that it's time to end America's longest war. It's time for American troops to come home, Biden says as promised troops will begin the withdrawal May 1st with completion by September 11th the 20th anniversary of the attack plotted by terrorists based in Afghanistan. This afternoon. Biden is traveling to Arlington National Cemetery to visit section 60, the final resting place for troops who died in the Afghan, Afghanistan and Iraqi conflicts.
Biden to Announce Withdrawal of Troops From Afghanistan by 9/11
"Is expected to announce today the withdrawal of troops in Afghanistan by this September. 11th is set to visit Arlington National Cemetery today, where he will make remarks about the plan. U. S officials confirmed to Fox News yesterday. The administration will actually miss a May 1st deadline put forward by former President Trump the new data line. With the 20th anniversary of 9 11 boxes for
White House: First lady Jill Biden to undergo 'procedure'
"The White House says First Lady Joe Biden will undergo a procedure during a medical appointment early Wednesday a medical appointment has been added to First Lady Joe Biden schedule as the White House says she and president Joe Biden will travel together for her to have what is described as a common medical procedure White House didn't detail the nature of the procedure both Biden's according to the administration will then return to the White House later in the day the president is to address the nation of plans to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan by September eleventh he is also expected to visit section sixty of Arlington national cemetery the final resting place for many service members who lost their lives in Afghanistan and Iraq Tim McGuire Washington
Democrats Want To Block Federal Land, Statues From Being Named After Donald Trump
"The democratic lawmakers in congress really. I mean fingers. On the pulse of america right now introduced a bill seeking to ban a donald trump from having federally funded statues monuments street. Names park benches Named after him or dedicated to commemorating his presidency. Oh and by the way They also want to bar. Trump from being buried at arlington national cemetery as tradition would go and the legislation dubbed no glory for hate representative. Linda sanchez of california introduced the bill and she's got thirteen democrat cosponsors
Slain Capitol Police officer honored in Washington, DC
"And fellow officers paid tribute to data slain U. S Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick. Technic died from injuries he sustained January 6 defending the capital against pro trump extremists who stormed the building at the urging of the former president. The 42 year old officer was only the fifth person to lie in honor in the Capitol Rotunda signature will be interred at Arlington National Cemetery.
Members of Congress pay their respects to fallen Capitol Police officer in Washington, DC
"Members of Congress are paying their respects today to the fallen U. S. Capitol Police officer Brian Sick Neck in Washington officer Sick Nika, South River, New Jersey native died from injuries sustained during the January 6th riot at the U. S. Capitol. His body will lie in honor at the Capitol Rotunda today for Reviewing, after which a congressional tribute will be held for invited guests due to Cove in 19 protocols following a ceremonial departure officer Sick Nick will be interred at Arlington National Cemetery.
Biden, Harris pay respects to Capitol officer killed in riot
"Slain U. S. capitol police officer Brian sick Nick land on a Wednesday in the building he died defending blessed are the peace keepers house speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer spoke at a congressional tribute to slain capitol police officer Brian sickening we will never forget his sacrifice he lay in honor at the U. S. capitol rotunda president Biden in the First Lady had paid their respects on Tuesday night US president Kamel Harris and her husband visited on Wednesday morning placing their hands over their hearts and touching the early sickness remains there are still questions about six death he was one of five people who died as a result of the writing at the U. S. capitol on January sixth officers lined up outside the capitol in respectful silence sixty will be interred at Arlington National Cemetery Jennifer king Washington
Biden, Harris pay respects to Capitol officer killed in riot, Washington DC
"Paying their respects to Capitol police Officer Brian Sick. Nick. Officer Sick. Nick, A South River, New Jersey native, died from injuries sustained during the January 6th riot at the U. S. Capitol. His body will lie in honor at the Capitol Rotunda today for viewing, after which a congressional tribute will be held for invited guests due to Cove in 19 protocols following a ceremonial departure. Officer Sick Nick will be interred at Arlington National Cemetery. New Data released yesterday shows one
Capitol Police officer who died after riot lies in honor
"A somber tribute at the U. S. capitol throughout the night for the police officer killed during last month's incursion an honor guard surrounds a platform that holds his urn and a folded American flag in the capitol rotunda either tribute to slain capitol police officer Brian sick Nick honored by his colleagues signet cabin a national guardsmen in New Jersey before joining the capitol police in two thousand eight some of the mourners arriving khaki uniforms with slow deliberate respectful salutes president and Mrs Biden came as well the president said a prayer touch the urn and sadly shook his head the forty two year old sick nicht die defending the capital from the violent mob trying to overturn the election certification January sixth no one is yet charged with sick next death morning memorial service with legislators will be followed by his interment at Arlington National Cemetery Jackie Quinn Washington
Brian Sicknick, police officer who died after Capitol attack, to lie in honor at the Capitol in Washington, DC
"And a special tribute to a capital police officer who died following the violence on january six fallen capital police officer. Brian sick. nick. Will i an honor at the capitol rotunda. A ceremonial arrival is scheduled to take place on tuesday february. Second at the front of the capitol city guide after being hit in the head with a fire extinguisher. During the riots on january sixth he'll be buried at arlington national cemetery following a congressional tribute on february third. Fox's rick leventhal adding that house speaker. Nancy pelosi and senate majority leader. Chuck schumer announced the honor. Friday releasing a joint statement saying his sacrifice reminds us every day of our obligation to our country and to the people we serve. The ceremony will be open to invited guests only due to the coronavirus pandemic. I'm eric garcetti. And this is fox.
"arlington national cemetery" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Degrees in Boston right now. And partly cloudy. Very windy at 7 30. Thank you for joining us. Good evening to you on this sub Wednesday. I'm Tina Gal, and here's what's happening. President Joe Biden has signed a syriza of executive orders already from the Oval Office hours after his inauguration. Biden war a masked ball seated behind the resolute desk with a stack of order, saying there was no time to start like today. The first order that President Biden sign was related to the Corona virus pandemic. He also signed an order re entering the U. S into the Paris climate accord now, although former president Trump skipped out on Joe Biden's inauguration today, he did follow through on one tradition and left behind a letter. For the new president. President Biden Call that letter a very generous one but won't go into details just yet. Me well, President Biden, VP Kamila Harris and their spouses stopping at Arlington National Cemetery before heading to the White House to participate in a race laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Let's get more on today from ABC News. Let's Go Live First our President Biden's cabinets to go Cabinet nominees to go before the Senate gets the thumbs up on this vote. The ayes are 84. The nays are 10. The nomination is confirmed. The previous order. The motion to reconsider is considered made and laid upon the table, and the president will be immediately notified of the Senate's action Birth. Confirming Averil Haynes is director of national intelligence. She's the first woman to hold the job. Press briefings were often few and far between during the Trump administration, but not under President Biden Press Secretary Jen Psaki taking reporters questions at this hour on the same day or boss took the oath of office building trust. With the American people will be central to our focus in the press office and in the White House talk, he says. This is going to be the first of what will be daily press briefings. The traditional inaugural balls have been replaced this year due to the threat of covert 19 with a concert. Called celebrating America with continuing coverage of the inauguration of Joe Biden. Dairy evolving or ABC News? Well, certainly today was an inauguration like no other with heightened security here in Massachusetts and all around the country, especially the nation's capital, and there appeared to be no civil unrest during President Joe Biden. His inauguration ceremony today in Washington, D. C. Some people, meanwhile, gathering in downtown Boston WBC's Karen Regal joins us now live in Boston with more details. So, Karen, are you Running after anyone right now. No, I am not running after anyone right now because the protesters have arrived at their final destination or so it appears to be their final destination, which is calm. Please square there standing on the steps of the Boston Public Library the best way I think I can describe this demonstration is a kind of corporate merger of a bunch of companies like a Procter and Gamble kind of Demonstration where us Some divisions are black lives matter. Summer defund the police. Some are in our kiss summer dismantle the U. S government. It's It's a fairly small group. I'd say we're down to maybe a couple dozen people. But at one point, they were certainly making a way through the streets, mostly of the back bay because they were at the Parkland Bandstand and then kind of circle their way through the streets of the back bay. And.
"arlington national cemetery" Discussed on WTOP
"Can find a complete list of those at w t o p dot com. After Joe Biden and Kamila Harris are sworn in on Wednesday, former President Obama, Clinton and Bush will join them. For a wreath laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and that will be one of Mr Biden's first official acts is the new commander in chief. As a result, Arlington National Cemetery will be closed on Inauguration Day. It will re open to the public 8 A.m. Thursday. Rounding up and charging those involved in the capital right continues and today federal prosecutors and investigators Are sharing the latest on how it's going. DC's acting U. S. Attorney Michael Sherwin says they currently have 275 open probes. We anticipate that that's going to grow easily passed 300, probably by the end of the day, and then exponentially increase into the weekend and next week. The FBI was also on the conference. Call Those of you who took part in the violence. There's something you should know. Every FBI office in the country is looking for you. Sure, when also addressed new federal court filings outside D. C. That's a writers were intent on kidnapping and killing lawmakers. He says. They have no direct evidence that there were organized capture kill teams. Can Duffy Wtlv new and we'll go more in depth into what we know about the investigation in just a few minutes with dub double d T O p National security correspondent J. J Green that's after traffic and weather 307 Virginia's alike. Tress city bills, or some of the highest in the nation and expected to rise. Millions of people in other states already benefit from a distributed clean energy economy, which leads to lower bills cleaner air and community control over energy policy. But Virginia's utility monopolies they're holding us back clean. Virginia seeks to advance clean governance and clean energy by finding utility monopoly corruption in Virginia politics to learn more.
"arlington national cemetery" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Visited Arlington National Cemetery, but he has not spoken in public for nearly a week. Longest stretch of silence for Donald Trump since he became president, his on Lee Communication coming in the form of tweets, many making unfounded claims of election fraud. The New York Times called election officials in all 50 states the resulting banner headline. Election officials nationwide find no fraud well, Georgia officials say they are going to recount the votes. Secretary of State Brad Rapids Burger confirming that a full audit of election results in his state is getting under way with a focus on the presidential race. This will help build confidence. It will be an audit, a recount and a re canvass all at once. It will be a heavy lift, but we will work with the counties to get this done in time for our state certification. There is still no evidence of widespread voter fraud in the presidential race in Georgia. Biden leads by more than 14,000 votes in as delicate Terry ABC News Washington Republicans have largely supported the president's legal challenges of the results, but That support may begin to start Trump publican Senator James Lankford, saying the Trump administration needs to give Joe Biden intelligence briefings this week. That's not occurring by Friday. I will step in as well and to be able to push you to say this needs to occur. So that regardless of the outcome of the election, whichever way that it goes, people can be ready for the actual task. Senator Lankford telling ABC radio affiliate K RMG that he's confident there will be a peaceful transition of power. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington I'm going to tell you about our 2020 I Heart Radio Music Festival. There were so many once in a lifetime moments, and the only way to see them.
"arlington national cemetery" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And break INS and beach, Florida President Trump's legal team continuing its efforts. Question several states tabulation of votes in last week's election. In his first public appearance since the election. The president first lady, along with the vice president, and Mrs Pence marked a rainy Veterans Day in Arlington National Cemetery. He didn't comment on the election, leaving his lawyers to lay out his case in Michigan. The campaign insists it has evidence to support allegations of unequal treatment of Republican voters. Harassment of certified vote challengers. Irregular ballot counting of illegal votes and possible widespread software problem box is legal in the vent. There's a judge in Michigan taking arguments online Wednesday in an effort to prevent the States canvassing board from certifying Michigan's election results next Tuesday. George's secretary of state announcing will be a full hand tally of the votes cast last week. It'll start as soon as Friday and could take about a week to complete. President elect Biden has picked his White House chief of staff, tapping longtime aide Ron claim to the position. He had it Mr Biden's staff when he was a senator, that vice president after another mixed day on Wall Street that saw the Dow lose 23 points. But NASDAQ gained 232 Asian stock markets closing Thursday, mostly lower now futures trading sharply lower. America. There's listening to Fox News. From the Bucks News Podcasts Network campaign with threadbare. Essentially, Biden ran on covert in health care and the president's handling of it. You just can't think about how much that changed this race not only in subject but also how it was voted with all the mail in ballots. And now all the controversy of outfits subscribe and.
"arlington national cemetery" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Use a radio news with Kenneth Burns. It looks like Amy Cockney. Barrett will be President. Trump's nominee, lt's a vacancy on the Supreme Court. That vacancy was created following last week's death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Barrett is currently a judge on the seventh Circuit. U. S Court of Appeals out of Chicago. Her nomination and confirmation with shift the high court more to the right, with conservatives taking six out of the ninth Senate Republicans are moving to fill that seat quickly, despite several polls showing a majority of Americans, preferring that the winner of November's presidential election picked the next Supreme Court nominee. A formal announcement is expected this evening. Justice Ginsburg broke one last barrier Friday, becoming the first woman to lie in state at the Capitol. He will be buried in a private ceremony next week at Arlington National Cemetery next to her husband, Marty. This is Yusa Radio news. So there's this guy named Jordan and he's a healthy guy is a dad of six and he works as a guide in Alaska. But then he goes to the doctor and he's diagnosed with cancer. Stage four. And here's the thing he had switched from medical insurance to met a share, which is a Christian healthcare sharing ministry. So the question for Jordan and his wife, Jenny, was. Is this really gonna work? Our medical bills exceeded $160,000. Medicare members shared all our bills. And it was about Mohr than just the money to this is a real community. Medicare is a family, a group of people that stick with you for the hardest times of your life. I just don't know how I could have done it with Omega share. It's so worth looking into. There's a reason this is growing so Fast If you want to find out more. Here's a number for a 33 34 Bible. That's 833 34 Bible. 833 34 Bible. An update on NASCAR from use radios. Timberg, who says the sport has largely avoided an interruption by Cove in 19 2nd round of the NASCAR playoffs, kickoff this Sunday fromthe Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Green flag will drop just after seven o'clock eastern time. NASCAR has been one of those sports that's been able to persevere through the Corona virus pandemic. Ask our driver Kurt Busch on how the sport was able to make it through the Corona virus. Pandemic has been an incredible collaboration from everybody, the states, local counties and cities. Bhaskar came up with an improved protocol program. That's now up to 48 pages that all the teams and drivers have respected you. Even like when we went to New Hampshire. We had to have a letter signed by the governor on arrival. Most of our bubble that all of us have protected and stayed in has been respected, and that's been the key thing. You are.
"arlington national cemetery" Discussed on WTVN
"And the balance unsolicited, not with hope you're gonna need to have nine justice so doing it before the election would be a very good day. President Trump's determined to have the Senate vote on his nominee before the November election. He's setting a date and time for the announcement of his nominee to fill the vacant Supreme Court seat. It will happen Saturday at 5 P.m., like Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg will lie in repose. After a goodbye from her Supreme Court colleagues, folks, Friends and family of justice for Bater Ginsberg will join justices for a memorial service this morning. Following that, Ginsberg's casket will be moved to lie in repose under the portico at the top of the front steps of the Supreme Court building. That will allow for a public viewing outdoors and socially distanced like justice will lie in repose. Today and tomorrow Friday, she will become the first woman to ever lie in state at the U. S. Capitol. Private internment service's scheduled next week in Arlington National Cemetery on Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern Fox News radio 6 10 W TVN Sports. Jose Ramirez would play hero last night for the Indians is, he said the tribe to the post season in style with a three run, walk off home run in the bottom of the 10th to give the tribe of 53 win over the White Sox. The news not is good for Cincinnati, Tyrone Taylor homered. Eric Sogard doubled home the go ahead run in the seventh in Milwaukee rally last night for three to win over the Red's. The rubber match tonight is huge is the Reds and Brewers are now tied for one of the wild card spots. Game three of that Syriza's Tonight at 6 40. The Columbus crew look to stay unbeaten at home as they host Minnesota United the crew or 30 and two in their last five matches. Match time in Monterey Stadium is set for 7 30 from the central Ohio Honda Dealer Sports Desk My campaign a news radio 6 10 w TV END I'm Scott Jennings Stay connected. The Columbus and Central Ohio on the hour 30 minutes.
"arlington national cemetery" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Arlington National Cemetery president trump and the First Lady visiting fort McHenry in Baltimore to honor the nation's war debt they gave their lives to so boldly and brilliantly defend and we pledge in their cherished memories that this majestic flag will proudly fly forever the raising of the flag at that Ford during the war of eighteen twelve inspired the poem that became the star spangled banner former vice president Joe Biden making his first appearance away from home in months visiting a veterans Memorial Park in Delaware several Republican groups are suing California's governor over his plan to send ballots to everyone the chair of the Republican National Committee tweeted on Sunday that they were suing California's democratic governor along with help from the national Republican congressional committee and the state Republican Party RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said governor nuisance order that intends to send all voters a mail in ballot this fall is a radical recipe for disaster that would create more opportunities for fraud president trump has called in all vote by mail election corrupt and dangerous and has threatened funding to states over their plans to do it this year a spokeswoman for California's governor says they will fight for the right to hold elections way that voters shouldn't have to choose between their health and the right to vote fox is Jessica Rosenthal meantime president trump threatening to move the Republican National Convention out of North Carolina if the democratic governor doesn't confirm that full access event can be held in Charlotte the governor says health officials are working with the RNC but that the state will rely on data and science for public safety Erica.
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"Beach goers flocked to Pensacola beach in Florida this Memorial Day weekend but did they practice social distancing I'm David Greene and I'm Rachel Martin this hour we will ask him to call the mayor the U. S. restricts travel from Brazil to try and slow the spread of the virus from the second worst Hans one lovely what other countries are still suffering and which have managed to turn the corner and a mother and daughter doctors in the very same hospital it's Monday may twenty fifth actor Ian McKellen is eighty one the news is next live from NPR news on Giles Snyder Memorial Day at Arlington National Cemetery president trump participated in the wreath laying ceremony vice president pence and other members of the trump administration were there as well the president is also expected to mark Memorial Day in Baltimore he is to speak at the fort McHenry national monument next our White House is expanding its travel ban on countries that have been hit hard by the new coronavirus the administration now says it will deny admission to foreign nationals who have recently been in Brazil the move comes two days after Brazil became the world's second hardest hit country behind the United States and pierced a suburbia Brazil is not being added to a list of these earlier travel bans that are still in effect we have to remember that you know this includes China Iran nearly thirty European countries we still have a ban on nonessential travel to Canada and Mexico so while there's a lot of talk about reopening the U. S. there isn't movement in terms of re opening international travel in fact we're seeing with this new band of Brazil where that we're moving in the opposite direction many Americans are flocking to beaches this Memorial Day despite warnings by public health experts about the potential for a resurgence in corona virus infections in the Midwest Susan Kalani and her family headed to Lake Michigan's west beach in Porter county Indiana I don't think we'd be seeing so.
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"At Arlington National Cemetery the thirteenth justice to be buried there almost half the country will record temperatures of ninety five degrees or higher during this weekend heat wave National Weather Service forecaster Bob or event from the plains to the Midwest and into the east coast countries are expected to be ninety five hundred degree range and combined with the humidity levels we do anticipate that he did to cease to be a hundred and five hundred ten degree range of former NFL player Mitch petrous died of heat stroke he played for the New York Giants and help them win the Superbowl he also played for the New England Patriots and the Tennessee Titans you're listening to USA radio news here's a great deal on my pillow when you go to my pillow dot com click on the two packs special type in promo code USA you'll get to my pillow premium pillows for sixty nine ninety eight that's only thirty four ninety nine a pillow you will not get that price anywhere retail its lowest price ever offered on radio or TV and like all my pillow products ten year warranty sixty day money back guarantee go to my pillow dot com click on the compact special use my promo code USA mark is expected to become the next secretary of defense John Clements reports the fifty five year old Marquez birth was served as secretary of the army since November two thousand seventeen is expected to be approved by the full Senate earlier during the Senate Armed Services Committee hearing doctor asper answer a key question about a rant this exchange was senator Jack reed will meet anytime anywhere.
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"Vice President Mike Pence at Arlington National Cemetery place, the wreath at the tomb of the unknowns. It is my profound privilege to be here on the hallowed ground of Arlington, National Cemetery for the one hundred and fifty first occasion, where we gather to pay debt of honor, and gratitude, President Trump is still in Japan for a summit, seeing Trump says he supports Japanese Prime minister Shinzo obey attempting to broker talks between the US and Ron noting that Ave in Japan have a quote very good relationship with Iran, the president of once again, making it clear he is eager to engage with Iran saying, if they wanna talk he would too. But leaders there have publicly rejected outreach from the Trump administration, Mr. Trump insisted he is not looking for regime change in Iran, or a military conflict. I'm not looking to hurt the Randolph. I'm looking to have a ransom no nuclear weapons. Karen, Travers, ABC news, Washington of men are signing up with tourneys the sue the boy scouts in connection with sex abuse claims. The wave of litigation. Could trigger bankruptcy for the scouts. There's an automaker merger in the works. See at Chrysler automobiles wants to merge with French rival Renault to gain ground in the race to electric and self driving. Cars, Fiat Chrysler says the deal would not result in any plants closing an F C, Renault merger would create the third largest car group in the world, when you include Renault's alliance with Japanese carmakers Nissan, and meet soobee. She the four companies would be the largest carmaker in the world by far observers say such a huge corporation would be difficult to run. But Renault Nissan lead electric cars, where.
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"Vice President Mike Pence at Arlington National Cemetery place, the wreath at the tomb of the unknowns. It is my profound privilege to be here on the hallowed ground of Arlington, National Cemetery for the one hundred and fifty first occasion, where we gather to pay debt of honor, and gratitude, President Trump is still in Japan for a summit, Trump says he supports Japanese Prime minister Shinzo obey attempting to broker talks between the US into Ron noting that Ave in Japan, heavy, quote very good relationship with Iran, the president once again, making it clear he is eager to engage with Iran saying, if they wanna talk, he would too. But leaders there have publicly rejected outreach from the Trump administration, Mr. Trump insisted he is not looking for regime change in Iran, or a military conflict. I'm not looking to hurt the Randolph. I'm looking to have Iran say no nuclear weapons. Karen Travers, ABC news, Washington, or signing up with turn this sue the boy scouts in connection with sex abuse claims. James, the wave of litigation. Could trigger bankruptcy for the scouts. There's an automaker merger in the works. See at Chrysler automobiles wants to merge with French rival Renault to gain ground in the race to electric and self driving. Cars, Fiat Chrysler says the deal would not result in any plants closing and FCA, Renault merger would create the third largest car group in the world, when you include Renault's alliance with Japanese carmakers, Nissan, and meets Bishi, the four companies would be the largest carmaker in the world by far observers say, such a huge corporation would be difficult to run..
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"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Louise Schiavone. President Trump is sounding optimistic about the prospects of the new nuclear deal with Iran. NPR's Aisha, Roscoe reports tensions between the US and Iran have escalated in recent weeks. President Trump says he believes that a Ron really wants to reach an agreement and he said, that's smart on their part. He argued that the government is responding to you as sanctions and would benefit from working with his administration. It has a chance to be a great country with the same leadership. We're not looking for regime change. I just wanna make that clear. We're looking for no nuclear weapons champs remarks came in a press conference with Japanese Prime minister obey, who said he would be willing to work with both nations to avoid conflict. Japan has maintained a relationship with the Ron Trump said he would welcome obeys assistance. I Sharon SCO, NPR news Tokyo, there are remembered says across the nation today. Honoring those who served in the US military, vice president Pence mate paid a Memorial Day visit to Arlington National Cemetery placing wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier. I'll be grateful nation. It is my profound privilege to be here. On the hallowed ground of Arlington National Cemetery for the one hundred and fifty first occasion, where we gather to pay debt of honor and gratitude President Trump and the first lady visited Arlington last week ahead of his visit to Japan delegates from Methodist churches around the country will be meeting, and regional conferences over the next few weeks to consider whether to stay in the denomination, or break away, the worldwide church recently toughened its stance against same sex marriage and gay clergy at PR, Tom gelatin has more the United Methodist Church in the US comprises fifty four regional conferences, for many, it's a big decision time, new dislike passed by the worldwide denomination in February mandated, stricter enforcement of existing prohibitions on same sex marriage and LGBT clergy faced with possible punishment for violating those rules, many Methodist churches are ready to break from the denomination. And go their own way, and several regional conferences, delegates vote on resolutions, that condemned the February legislation by the time the last of the conferences are held a month from now the future of the United Methodist Church in the US may look quite different. Tom gelatin. NPR news. The board of French carmaker Renault met today about a proposed merger with Fiat Chrysler, and a statement today. Fiat Chrysler automobiles said the merged company would be fifty percent owned by FCA shareholders at fifty eight per cent by Renault shareholders. The companies have been in talks for weeks. The French government owns fifteen percent of Renault, which has been in an alliance with Japan's Nissan and Mitsubishi..
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"Leaders are at odds over the North Korean leader's recent missile tests, FOX assignment, simoneau on monitoring live from London day, President Trump telling reporters in Tokyo, he's not concerned by a series of recent North Korean missile tests. I am very happy with the way it's going, and intelligent people agree with their drawl by the small missiles. No, I'm not. I am personally, but standing alongside the president Japanese Prime minister, Shinzo Ave. I it. Violate U N resolutions, coding them extremely regrettable. Dave. The two leaders also talked about trade with President Trump saying he thinks he will get deals done with both Japan and China at some point, he won't rush it a few minutes ago from the other side of the world. The president tweeted, impeach for what again, calling Democrats obstructionists, who just want to do over on the MoMA report. But credit congressman Eric swallows also running for president says there's much more to investigate than what the special counsel, probe Muller, did not look at the financial aspect of Donald Trump, and his family's dealings with the Russians that was a red line. We're going to look at that on the intelligence committee. It's Memorial Day and across America. They will be parades and other remembrances for servicemembers killed in action, vice president Pence will they array at the tomb of the unknown soldier at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington. Thousands road in the annual ruling funder of the thirty second year. This'll be the last year. The founder says, too costly. However, President Trump tweeted rolling thunder. We'll be coming back next year, hopefully many years to come. Thank the Pentagon for working.
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"More important than his own life. Well, they didn't volunteered to die. They volunteered to defend values for which men have always been willing to die. If need be the values which make up, what we call civilization. And how they must have wished in all the ugliness that war brings that no other generation of young men to follow, what have to undergo that same experience. As we honor their memory today. Let us pledge that their lives their sacrifices their valor showed a justified. And remembered for as long as God gives life to this nation. And let us also pledged to do our utmost to carry out what must have been there wish that no other generation of young men will ever have to share their experiences and repeat their sacrifice. Earlier today with the music that we have heard that about national anthem. I can't claim to know the words of all the national anthems in the world. But I don't know of any other. But ends with a question and a challenge as ours dies. Does that flag still wave or the land of the free and the home of the brave? Reagan Arlington National Cemetery Memorial Day, nineteen.
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"As I said earlier, I hope you're having a good Veterans Day weekend yesterday, a number of senior administration officials, including the VA Secretary Robert Wilkie and the Defense Secretary James Mattis honored our nation's veterans at Arlington National Cemetery. President Trump was not in attendance. He was in France this weekend with other world leaders to Mark the one hundred year anniversary of the end of World War One on Saturday. President Trump was scheduled to hold an event at a cemetery east of Paris in which number of American soldiers are buried, but he didn't show he cancelled apparently due to rain all the other world leaders managed to attend their events that day, but rain stopped the president of the United States of America who instead decided to hold up at the residents of the US ambassador to France for the afternoon since returning to the United States last night, the president has held no public events here at home to Mark Veterans Day. These are unusual moves for the president who tends to take every opportunity. He can. Into publicly tout his support for veterans, even as he has taken numerous steps to undermine the government agency in charge of helping veterans the veterans administration's the BA today, we're seeing just how much those efforts to minimize the VA have worked last year. The president signed the law intended to expand GI Bill benefits to more veterans. It was supposed to help more veterans cover their education and housing costs. But since signing that Bill the VA has struggled to keep up with the backlog created by that GI Bill today. More than eighty two thousand veterans in school have yet to receive their GI Bill payments from the VA in large part due to IT glitches at the VA causing payments to veterans to either be delayed or just never delivered veterans have been waiting on those payments now face taking on loans.