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Fresh update on "associated press" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:20 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "associated press" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"The gunman linked to the Indianapolis FedEx mass. Shooting was not supposed to be able to purchase weapons. Johnson and Johnson one shot vaccine may soon return to the market Virginian, 16 and older can now sign up for covert shots. Please get back tonight. I'm Sandy coz l five Montgomery County High School students advance to the finals in a math modeling competition. I'm Valerie Bonk. 9 31 police say the former employee who shot and killed eight people at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis legally purchased the two assault rifles used in the attack, despite red flag laws designed to prevent that. Trace of the two guns found at the scene by investigators revealed that 19 year old suspect, Brandon Scott, whole, legally bought those rifles in July and September of last year. Meanwhile, a vigil was held yesterday in Indianapolis. Remember those killed at the FedEx Facility. This is what Indianapolis City Council member bop. Oh, silly had to say, let me start by by thanking those who were on the on the scene immediately for caring for those who were in pain. Doing all that they could To rectify what they saw. Police say whole apparently began firing randomly at people in the parking lot and inside of the FedEx facility before turning the gun on himself. Authorities have not publicly speculated on a motive. Protesters in Brooklyn center Minnesota, took to the streets for the seventh night in a row in the wake of the death of Dante. Right, W. C. C O TV's David Shuman has more on the state of the protests there today. This mass of people that are chanting those chance of kind of come and gone periodically earlier, it was kind of low energy. Yet some music going people drilling, but the protest energy was not really there. That seems to be building Now this sentiments of what they're saying seem toe rally around two major points. They're honoring Dante, right and calling for justice as well as sharing their hostility toward a law enforcement who are separated from the protesters by two layers of fencing and the lawn in front of the department. Separate protest occurred outside the home of the Washington County attorney demanding that he state's attorney demanding that he pressed for harsher charges against the officer who fired fired that fatal shot. Meanwhile, closing arguments in the Derrick Show Vin Murder trial are set to begin tomorrow, with the defense and prosecution wrapping up their case before handing it off to the jury. WCC oh TVs, Aaron Hassan's a Dog explains next steps. Once they get the case, the jury will be sequestered, meaning they'll stay in a hotel and be escorted by deputies to and from the courthouse. Jovan faces three charges under sentencing guidelines on second degree unintentional murder. He could get 12.5 years on third degree murder. It would also be 12.5 years and on second degree manslaughter. It would be four years in prison. The trial lasted 11 days shove into not testify and his own defense. Some people charge was storming the U. S. Capitol in January six are claiming they were only there to record history as journalists not to join a deadly insurrection. Experts say it's unlikely these defendants can mount a viable defense on First Amendment free speech grounds, but some seem intent on trying. The Associated Press reviewed court records of nearly 400 federal cases and found at least eight defendants facing riot related charges who identified themselves as journalists or documentary filmmakers, the federal authorities Concluded Those suspects crossed the line between passively observing and actively participating in that attack..

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Some Jan. 6 Defendants Try to Use Journalism as Riot Defense

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 10 hrs ago

Some Jan. 6 Defendants Try to Use Journalism as Riot Defense

"Some people charged with storming the U. S Capitol in January. 6th are claiming they were only there to record history as journalists not to join a deadly insurrection. Experts say it's unlikely these defendants can mount a viable defense on First Amendment free speech grounds. But some seem intent on trying. Associated Press reviewed court records in nearly 400 federal cases and found at least eight defendants facing riot related charges who identify themselves as a journalist or a documentary filmmaker. Federal authorities concluded the suspects crossed the line between passively observing and actively participating in the attack.

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Fresh update on "associated press" discussed on Reveal

Reveal

00:42 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "associated press" discussed on Reveal

"Case in 2018. He was in his early thirties serving a life sentence. Rob McDowell had started investigating the case because she wanted to do a story about the impact that get tough on crime era had on teenagers. But the more she looked, the more she came to doubt the evidence against my on Sasha is Laney in of a PM reports continues our story. 2019 Robin requested interviews with the Minneapolis police to talk about their investigation into my aunt's case. She especially had questions about that video in the evidence box showing they'd offered money for hearsay. They stonewalled er so she went door knocking right trying to reach Lieutenant Zimmerman. That looks like you. What's up? I'm your Lieutenant Zimmerman. Yes. Hi. My name's Robin McDowell reporter with the Associated Press. I've been trying the lead homicide Detective refused to talk with her. I have no comment. Do you know what I'm what I'm here to talk about. Excuse me, Mr Zimmerman. I'd like to show you a video. Can I show you a video? Yeah. Hey, Robin set out to find people who were there or heard something or knew something. It was slow work by a lot of the key people were dead. Other people were in prison. It was just like God. How am I gonna find his people using their nicknames on Facebook, not using their real names. You know, that's all right. I'm looking for Damian. Leak. This is still.

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Two bodies found in capsized Seacor Power Disaster

Pat McDonough

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

Two bodies found in capsized Seacor Power Disaster

"Off the Louisiana Gulf coast, the Coast Guard says Divers recovered two unresponsive crew members of the capsized, seek or power off the Louisiana coast Friday night. A Coast Guard spokesman declined to elaborate and referred questions from The Associated Press to a local coroner. Vessel designed to support offshore oil rigs overturned in rough weather Tuesday, about eight miles south of the Louisiana coast. 19 workers were aboard. Six people were rescued Tuesday. One body was recovered from the water Wednesday, and the Coast Guard says another body was found Thursday. Nine workers remain missing. I Mike Rossia pressure mounted today on two contenders hoping to lead German

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Biden calls gun violence 'a national embarrassment'

AP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 2 d ago

Biden calls gun violence 'a national embarrassment'

"Biden says It's up to Congress to pass laws to help address the epidemic of mass shootings in the United States. After meeting with Japan's prime minister The Associated Press asked President Biden about the mass shooting at an Indianapolis FedEx facility following massacres in recent weeks in Colorado, Georgia, South Carolina and Orange, California every single day. There's a mass shooting this year in the United States, if you count All those who were killed out on the streets. Asked if he should be making gun control his top priority instead of infrastructure, the president says he's introduced executive orders. The House has passed legislation and now the Senate must act. Bring it up now. This has to end it's a national embarrassment. Japan's visiting Prime Minister Yoshihide Asuka expressed sympathy and says innocents, citizens must not be exposed to any such violence.

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Coast Guard: 2 more capsize victims recovered off Louisiana

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

Coast Guard: 2 more capsize victims recovered off Louisiana

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the U. S. Coast Guard says two more victims from a capsized vessel have been recovered off the Louisiana Gulf coast the Coast Guard says divers recovered to unresponsive crew members of the capsized C. core power off the Louisiana coast Friday night the Coast Guard spokesman declined to elaborate and referred questions from the Associated Press to a local corner the vessel designed to support offshore oil rigs overturned in rough weather Tuesday about eight miles south of the Louisiana coast nineteen workers were aboard six people were rescued Tuesday one body was recovered from the water Wednesday and the Coast Guard says another body was found Thursday nine workers remain missing hi Mike Rossio

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US has been wracked with several mass shootings in 2021

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 d ago

US has been wracked with several mass shootings in 2021

"President Biden says it's up to Congress to pass laws to help address the epidemic of mass shootings in the United States after meeting with Japan's prime minister the Associated Press asked president Biden about the mass shooting at an Indianapolis FedEx facility following massacres in recent weeks in Colorado Georgia South Carolina and orange California every single day there's a mass shooting this year in the United States if you count all those who were killed out in the streets asked if he should be making gun control his top priority instead of infrastructure the president says he's introduced executive orders the house has passed legislation and now the Senate must act to bring it up this has to end it's a national embarrassment Japan's visiting prime minister Yoshi he'd Asuka expressed sympathy and says innocent citizens must not be exposed to any such violence Jackie Quinn Washington

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Red States on US Electoral Map Lagging on Vaccinations

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 3 d ago

Red States on US Electoral Map Lagging on Vaccinations

"There are differences in how states are responding to covert nineteen vaccination opportunities and the differences resemble America's electoral map vaccination numbers from the U. S. centers for disease control fine states that tend to vote democratic are at the top of the list in terms of the percentage of adults in those states who've gotten at least one Colbert shot at the bottom of the list five Republican leaning states including Mississippi Alabama and Louisiana a recent poll by the Associated Press NO RC center finds Republicans were three times as likely as Democrats to say they probably or definitely will not get vaccinated more than one hundred ninety eight million coronavirus shots have been administered nationwide but New Delhi infections have risen about eleven percent over the past two weeks with many states lifting their health restrictions I am Jackie Quinn

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Capitol Police Says It Needs Help to Address Insurrection Failures

Sean Hannity

00:33 sec | 3 d ago

Capitol Police Says It Needs Help to Address Insurrection Failures

"O'clock in another important hearing today, the top watchdog for the U. S. Capitol, police told a House committee. There is need for culture change within the force after broad failures, he says in its response to the January 6th insurrection, including missed intelligence predicting a war in those words and weapons that were so old that officers didn't feel safe using them. 104 page report obtained by The Associated Press The inspector, it's a dire picture of his agency's ability to respond to future threats cast doubt on whether the force would be able to respond to another large scale

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Stinging Report Raises New Questions About Capitol Security

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 4 d ago

Stinging Report Raises New Questions About Capitol Security

"An internal U. S. capitol police report has revealed major deficiencies in its ability to handle the January incursion as well as future threats but that report has been kept under wraps the inspector general's report talks about police shields that shattered on impact that bloody day in January as well as equipment tool to use and police training never completed it points to missed intelligence including an FBI warning that writers have been posting Congress needed to hear glass breaking doors being kicked in and blood being spilled the full report which casts doubt on the police ability to contain another large scale attack was obtained by the Associated Press before the department's watchdog testifies at a house hearing it was also announced the police officer who shot and killed a woman as she climbed through broken door will not face charges thirty five year old Ashley Babbitt an Air Force veteran was killed Jackie Quinn Washington

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Bernie Madoff, Mastermind Behind Largest Ponzi Scheme in History, Dies at 82

Bloomberg Markets

00:30 sec | 4 d ago

Bernie Madoff, Mastermind Behind Largest Ponzi Scheme in History, Dies at 82

"Financier who pleaded guilty to the largest Ponzi scheme in history has died in federal prison, The Associated Press is reporting It looks like natural causes at the Federal Medical Center in Butner, North Carolina, where Made off had been in prison for more than a decade, he admitted swindling thousands of clients out of billions of dollars in investments over decades. Last year made offs lawyers filed to get him out of prison, citing covert. That request was denied Bernie Madoff. Was 82 years old.

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AP source: Ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff dies in prison

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 d ago

AP source: Ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff dies in prison

"Bernie made off the financier who pleaded guilty to orchestrating the largest Ponzi scheme in history died in federal prison a person familiar with the matter told the Associated Press on Wednesday

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Bernie Madoff Dies in Prison at 82

John Williams

00:35 sec | 4 d ago

Bernie Madoff Dies in Prison at 82

"Guilty to orchestrating a massive Ponzi scheme has died in prison. Associated Press reporting that he died early this morning at the Federal Medical Center in Butner, North Carolina, apparently of natural causes. Last year, the lawyers for made off tried to get him released from prison because of the covert 19 pandemic. At the time, they said he It's also suffered from end stage, renal disease and other chronic conditions again. Bernie made off at the center of a massive Ponzi scheme in prison. A dead at 82 years old, The family of Adam Too late, Oh now has

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Poll: 15% of Americans Are Worse Off Financially One Year After Pandemic

Todd Schnitt

00:37 sec | 5 d ago

Poll: 15% of Americans Are Worse Off Financially One Year After Pandemic

"Than before the pandemic hit the U. S. That's according to a new poll from Impact Genome and The Associated Press, an O R C Center for public affairs research. Overall, 55% of Americans say their financial circumstances are about the same now is a year ago with that, 30%, saying their finances have improved, but 15% say they are worse off. The problem is worse at lower income levels with 29% of those who live below the federal property line, saying their personal finances worsened in the past year, with about that, many also saying they struggled to pay bills in the past three months. I'm least Scylla, Sarah and this is Fox

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More Black Americans Open to Vaccines After Outreach Efforts

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

More Black Americans Open to Vaccines After Outreach Efforts

"More black Americans are saying they're open to taking the coronavirus vaccine the head of the American public health association says attitudes among black Americans toward the vaccines have made an almost one hundred and eighty degree turn the latest Associated Press and O. R. C. center for public affairs research poll shows the number of black Americans leaning against getting vaccinated has dropped to about twenty four percent that's down from forty one percent in January in comparison about twenty six percent of white Americans said they will probably or definitely not get vaccinated what twenty two percent of Hispanic Americans expressed doubts outreach campaigns have sought to combat misinformation and reassure people that the covert nineteen vaccines available are safe and effective on Ben Thomas

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US Treasury: 156 million coronavirus relief payments issued

WBZ Midday News

00:39 sec | Last week

US Treasury: 156 million coronavirus relief payments issued

"Keep coming. The Treasury Department says it's now we should more than 156 million payments as part of President Biden's coronavirus relief package. That total includes 25 million payments, primarily to Social Security beneficiaries who hadn't filed a 2019, or 2020 tax return about $372 billion has been paid out since March. 12th. A recent poll by The Associated Press in O R. C Center for Public affairs Research shows about one third of Americans plan to use their checks to pay bills. That compares to 23%, who plan to save the money and 21% who plan to pay down debt.

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US Treasury: 156 million coronavirus relief payments issued

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

US Treasury: 156 million coronavirus relief payments issued

"The treasury department says it is issued more than one hundred fifty six billion payments as part of president Biden's corona virus relief plan that total includes twenty five million payments primarily to social security beneficiaries who hadn't filed a twenty nineteen or twenty twenty tax return about three hundred seventy two billion dollars has been paid out since March twelfth a recent poll by the Associated Press in a R. C. center for public affairs research shows about one third of Americans plan to use their checks to pay bills that compares to twenty three percent who plan to save the money in twenty one percent who plan to pay down debt my camp in Washington

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No indication officer in Washington, DC Capitol attack was stabbed, shot

AP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | Last week

No indication officer in Washington, DC Capitol attack was stabbed, shot

"Motive in last Friday's attack at the U. S. Capitol, were learning more about the victim's injuries, A Capitol police official tells The Associated Press. There's no indication that slain Officer William Billy Evans was stabbed or shot when he and a fellow officer were attacked Friday by a man who rammed his car into them at a checkpoint in the chaotic aftermath. It was thought the suspect might have stabbed Evans after lunching at the officers with a knife. There was also a room More of possible friendly fire, but neither appears to be the case. According to an insider who spoke on condition of anonymity. Investigators are focusing on the mental health of 25 year old Noah Green. The suspect had been suffering from delusions, posting that he believed he was under government thought control and was being watched. He was shot and killed by police Friday. The second officer struck is recovering Jackie Quinn.

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AP source: MLB moving All-Star Game to Denver's Coors Field

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last week

AP source: MLB moving All-Star Game to Denver's Coors Field

"Major League Baseball plans to move the mid summer classic to core's field in Denver this to the Associated Press Monday night from a person familiar with the decision who spoke on the condition of anonymity MOB pulled the game from Atlanta as a response to George of voting rules quickly signed into law March twenty fifth by Republican governor Brian camp its critics included a number of Georgia based corporate heavy hitters such as delta airlines and coca Cola on grounds the changes were too restrictive Bruce Morton Denver

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No indication officer in Capitol attack was stabbed, shot

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last week

No indication officer in Capitol attack was stabbed, shot

"As investigators look for the motive in last Friday's attack at the U. S. capitol we're learning more about the victim's injuries a capitol police official tells the Associated Press there's no indication that slain officer William Billy Evans was stabbed or shot when he and a fellow officer were attacked Friday by a man who rammed his car into them at a check point in the chaotic aftermath it was thought the suspect might have stabbed Evans after lunging at the officers with a knife there was also a rumor of possible friendly fire but neither appears to be the case according to an insider who spoke on condition of anonymity investigators are focusing on the mental health of twenty five year old male with green the suspect had been suffering from delusions posting that he believed he was under government thought control and was being watched he was shot and killed by police Friday the second officer struck is recovering Jackie Quinn Washington

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"associated press" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:00 min | 6 months ago

"associated press" Discussed on AP News

"An Associated Press investigation has found that the Trump Administration awarded emergency Corona virus funds too well connected Republican donors company to test a possible covert 19 fighting blood plasma technology. In the Trump administration awarded seed money to plasma technologies. It noted the companies manufacturing facilities in Charleston, South Carolina, the money was to test blood plasma technology as a way of treating covert 19 infections. But the AP has found plasma technologies has no manufacturing facilities in Charleston. Instead, the company exists within the luxury condo of its majority owner. Eugene's Arlo. Internal government records and other documents obtained by The Associated Press shows airless company may be in Fine for a CZ Muchas $65 million in taxpayer funds. That would be enough to start building an actual production plant. Ben Thomas Washington When the Trump administration awarded seed money to plasma technologies, it noted the companies manufacturing facilities in Charleston, South Carolina, But the AP has found plasma technologies has no manufacturing facilities in Charleston. Instead, the company exists within the luxury condo of its majority owner, Eugene's Arlo, Internal government records and other Documents obtained by The Associated Press shows airless company may be in line for as much as $65 million in taxpayer funds that would be enough to start building an actual production plant. Then Thomas Washington. Super Typhoon Goni has triggered volcanic mudflows that engulfed about 150 houses. The type wounds sustained winds 140 MPH and gusts over 170 threatening some province is still recovering from a deadly typhoon hit a week ago. Residents have been warned of possible landslides, massive flooding storm surges of up to 16 FT and powerful winds that come blow away shanties. Nearly a million people have been moved into emergency shelters. I'm Sarah Bassett..

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"associated press" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:00 min | 6 months ago

"associated press" Discussed on AP News

"An Associated Press investigation has found that the Trump Administration awarded emergency Corona virus funds too well connected Republican donors company to test a possible covert 19 fighting blood plasma technology. In the Trump administration awarded seed money to plasma technologies. It noted the companies manufacturing facilities in Charleston, South Carolina, the money was to test blood plasma technology as a way of treating covert 19 infections. But the AP has found plasma technologies has no manufacturing facilities in Charleston. Instead, the company exists within the luxury condo of its majority owner. Eugene's Arlo. Internal government records and other documents obtained by The Associated Press shows airless company may be in Mine for as much as $65 million in taxpayer funds. That would be enough to start building an actual production plant. Ben Thomas Washington When the Trump administration awarded seed money to plasma technologies, it noted the companies manufacturing facilities in Charleston, South Carolina, But the AP has found plasma technologies has no manufacturing facilities in Charleston. Instead, the company exists within the luxury condo of its majority owner, Eugene's Arlo, Internal government records and other Documents obtained by The Associated Press shows airless company may be in line for as much as $65 million in taxpayer funds that would be enough to start building an actual production plant. And Thomas Washington Super Typhoon Goni has triggered volcanic mudflows that engulfed about 150 houses. The type wounds sustained winds 140 MPH and gusts over 117 threatening some province is still recovering from a deadly typhoon hit a week ago. Residents have been warned of possible landslides, massive flooding storm surges of up to 16 FT and powerful winds that come blow away shanties. Nearly a million people have been moved into emergency shelters. I'm Sarah Bassett. Thank.

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"associated press" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

07:14 min | 6 months ago

"associated press" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"The campaign we have talked a lot on this podcast about how different this election season is that's right and already ready over sixty million people who voted early they voted there in person or by mail largely in response to the coronavirus pandemic and president who has invoked conspiracy theories to call into question the legitimacy of the system all of that has made people uncertain about how And when we might actually know the results of this election, we've talked a lot about how the vote will be counted. But today we WANNA talk about how outlets like NPR report on election night, who is one each state and what goes into that. So we thought it would be a good idea to talk to the folks at the Associated Press who, NPR and a lot of other news outlets rely on to make that call and joining the podcast today is a special guest. David. Scott. Hey, David. So, David, we should begin by explaining that you have a bit of a Wonky job right in terms of helping folks understand which state has been called for which candidate. So let's just start with what your official role is their ap what what do you do? What does your team do sure I'm one of the deputy managing editors at a P it's my job to make sure that our coverage on election night especially around counting the vote and calling races and declaring winners is what it is. And how long have you all at the AP been calling racist like how long has been in the business of doing that? Well, we got our start counting the vote in eighteen, forty eight, which is two years after the cooperative was founded. The members of the cooperative back then didn't WanNa wait for the vote to get counted up, and there's really no provision in the constitution that says who should actually do all that counting who should say who the winners are but we've got a long history of playing this role in the democracy. So I think what? What gets the most attention what we WANNA talk about the most here is when the AP Calls Arrays when you hear Ari Shapiro or else Chang or or NPR's other hosts saying you know the AP has called California for Joe Biden. We have like I said before we have talked so much about how it's going to take a while for states to count all of the votes and make sure they're all in. California. Especially won't have finished for weeks, but oftentimes, the AP calls a race. Before all the votes are counted sometimes kind of. In the night can you explain what what the A P is looking at what is thinking about when it decides to call a state for one candidate or another sure at its heart? The most simple thing that we're doing is looking at all the available data to make a determination. Can any of the candidates who were trailing catch up? Do they have a path left to victory? and in some cases, that is a fairly simple straightforward call. That has been Republican for generations a state in that state Republicans have far more registered Republicans than there are registered Democrats The state has voted in the primaries. There were ten times more Republicans voting in the Republican primary than in the Democratic primary, all of the pre-election polls show that the Republican candidate winning when you have all of that data lined up, those are the calls that you can make really early in the night. Sometimes, we even make them at poll close using our election survey, which we call APO cast. Other Times the races are really competitive there really close, and that's where you have to wait for the vote count and we have to look at all the various ways that we look at the vote count. So it's not just sort of the top line number who's up and who's down, but we were looking at. where the vote was counted from what parts of the state has the vote come in we're looking at when the vote was counted. We're looking at how the vote was cast were these election day votes were these advance votes and so we're looking at all of those various pieces of data to all come back to that central question can the candidates who are behind catch up and when we've determined that they have no longer have the ability to do so they don't have a path to victory that's when. We can call the race and we're going to talk about vote casting a little bit in more detail but J- just a follow up on that. I'm wondering what if anything the AP is doing differently given all of the mail in ballots that that might take a while to count I think the one scenario that has been focused on the most is the fact that like Pennsylvania. One of the most important states you know city like Philadelphia might have hundreds of thousands of vote by mail ballots to. Go through and they won't start counting until election day itself. How much does that change the way that the AP. Looks at all of the data coming in from Pennsylvania before this year before the pandemic, there were many states five that had all male elections. There were several states that had what I call multi-mode elections where there's early in person voting there's early vote by mail there's absentee balloting in their same day voting. So having to analyze a state and look at the vote and how people are. Casting. Their ballots in those ways isn't new. We've we've had to do that for many elections. What's new? This year is having to do it and so many more places at scale that is really unprecedented This is going to be the first election in American history where more than half of voters are going to cast their ballot before polls open on election day, and that's such. An amazing idea that that transition is taking place in it's taking place incredibly rapidly like we were always going to get there but. I didn't expect it at the start of this year that it would be this year it might have been two election, three election cycles away. So the things that we had seen developed over time the shift to more advance the shift to at all mail balloting in some states that's been happening but with the pandemic did was just accelerated. So David on that note, you talking about just having to deal with the scale of. Say wrote voting earlier row by mail in a different way this election cycle are you all changing anything in terms of your processes because of all those changes you know, how do you deal with that sort of uptick in the early vote? Just in terms of what you guys are doing behind the scenes I think there's two things really that come into play here. One is our deceit on the decision because about sixty people. So there's a lot of knowledge transfer happening right now and has been happening for the past several months where we've had to teach analysts and race callers and editors our decision team who may not have had personal experience with dealing with large advance vote or all male and vote how to do that The second thing is just more research just more research. There's so much more to know this. Year. There's so much more that we don't know about this year that we have to try to prepare for this week. One of the things that were really looking into is trying to get a sense of how quickly that advance vote might be counted in the context of all of the vote. So one of the things that we've always looked at on the at the decision desk on election night is. At, what point in the night historically have states completed their count?.

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"associated press" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:47 min | 11 months ago

"associated press" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The Associated Press estimates there have been about nine thousand protest related arrests in the U. S. since the death of Georgia Floyd last week in Minneapolis police custody the city of Omaha Nebraska will extend its own curfew following several nights there of unrest and protests and Pierce Kirk Siegler reports demonstrators are calling for justice after quite bar owner shot and killed a twenty two year old black man last weekend at a demonstration the district attorney has announced no charges will be filed against a white bar owner who shot and killed twenty two year old James Scurlock as demonstrations turn violent the Scurlock family is alleging the DA rush to the decision and once a grand jury investigation they say the deadly shooting that happened amid a scuffle in downtown Omaha's old market district was far from an act of self defense meanwhile the city council has voted to extend the mayor's state of emergency and the city's eight PM curfew through next week if needed like and scores of other places clashes between protesters and police have been heated Kirk Siegler NPR news Omaha the state of Minnesota will investigate the practices and policies of the Minneapolis police department Minnesota lieutenant governor Peggy Flanagan tells NPR the review will cover the past decade the state's department of human rights has filed a discrimination complaint against Minneapolis police the Senate Judiciary Committee begins a planned series of hearings today into the origins of the F. B. I.'s twenty sixteen Russia investigation Republicans are very interested in what the Obama Biden administration knew about it NPR's Susan Davis explains judiciary chairman Lindsey Graham says he plans to subpoena up to fifty three people in this investigation today the committee will hear from former deputy Attorney General rod Rosenstein it's part of an effort by Senate Republicans to focus oversight on matters that involve former vice president and presumptive democratic nominee Joe Biden the Senate homeland security committee is also investigating what Republicans claim are questionable dealings by the Biden family the Biden campaigns as Republicans are using the Senate to try to help get the president re elected Graham says he plans to issue a report before election day Susan Davis NPR news Washington Joe Biden one seven democratic presidential primary contests on Tuesday and president trump won the Republican contest in Ferguson Missouri voters elected Ella James as their first black female mayor this follows the twenty fourteen on rest in there after a white police officer killed a young black man this is NPR news eight states and the district of Columbia held primaries Tuesday amid the pandemic and civil unrest most voters chose absentee ballots problems were reported in Washington DC where voters had weighed in exceptionally long lines NPR's Pam Fessler said many voters did not get their absentee ballots on time it could be a red flag for November most states have expanded mail in voting for the primaries due to the pandemic and many are expected to do so for the general election but voters in several areas including Baltimore Philadelphia and Washington DC so they never received the absentee ballots they requested her to come to the polls in person on Tuesday concerned about delivery delays Pennsylvania's governor Tom wolf extended the deadline for ballots to be received in six counties until next week as long as they're postmarked by June second election officials admit they have a lot of Kinks to work out with more people voting by mail than ever before Pam Fessler NPR news of cyclone has made landfall in western India close to the country's business capital Mumbai forecasters say top sustained winds are above seventy five miles per hour and storm surge is beginning to flood beaches and low lying parts of the city this is the strongest cyclone to batter India's west coast in this century the national hurricane center is watching tropical storm crystal ball in southeastern Mexico that storm is expected to make landfall in Mexico then turned back into the Gulf of Mexico Crist bal is then forecast to move north toward the U. S. Gulf coast I'm korva Coleman NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include PGM PGM the global investment management business of prudential provides perspective for investors seeking to outlast today's uncertainty learn more at P. G. I. M. dot com and Americans for the arts one former Minneapolis police officer is facing charges in the death of George Floyd more than ten days ago but three other officers who were on the scene.

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"associated press" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

09:16 min | 1 year ago

"associated press" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"There's there's a lot of sensitivity about ever seeming not to be on the side of the US Your Global News. Yeah no I look I. I don't want to also in no way ever want to see anyone to think that the Associated Press is is on the side of the US government okay. I don't want that. We are trying to be an independent news organization and one of the things that we talked about. That morning is What if there had been Are we are we tougher on the Iranian government than we are in the US government and that goes into our thinking and we try to be part of that that is by bringing diverse people into the conversation. So if you're talking about race I don't really want it to be a room of white journalists or room of white male journalists having that conversation station if you're talking about gender you WanNa make sure that you have senior news people who are women and I think if we're talking about international issues I really WanNa know. I worked in the Middle East and I know that you know some of our journalists in the Middle East that if our copy gets to be looking like. It's it's favoring the US government and saying are the United States foes are bad guys in the US is always right. That's not even handed and so we try to bring people with different perspectives into our conversation to help guide those conversations can be journalists in the US that can fill that tug to side with the United States especially at a time of conflict right in that at all that tension you know maybe not as much as in some past instances certainly during the the Iraq war. There were times where I felt that the Pentagon would issue a statement that said we went out and killed a bunch of terrorists and there were some reporters who would kind of saved. US killed a bunch of terrorists. And you're like okay. Let's be really precise who were. who were these people who were killed? Were they people who were militants in Iraq who were and I felt we had had some issues that we had to address. Then I think this has been a very short crisis and it has been because the US did something. That was clearly very edgy. Whatever you WANNA call it? I don't think that debate has happened as much this time. It does seem. We're taping this on a Thursday that both sides of pulled back from the so-called Brink. I think What is your assessment of how news outlets should be covering this going forward? Well I think the reality of the situation is that And it does look like they have pulled back from the brink on both sides but the reality of the situation is that trump remains a very impulsive as far as we can tell decision maker on international affairs and I think also obviously Iran's long-term goals here have not changed. They've been very clear that they want the US military out of the Middle East. And so I think that the conflict will continue you. It may be that is not that red hot sort of we might go to war kind of conflict. But I think that we need to keep paying attention to this boat to trump's decision making and and you know the consistency of his policies. Internationally and I think we also need to keep paying attention to the Middle East which is not slowing down. Personally I also think that journalists should be paying attention to All of these dynamics are changing. A lot of the international dynamic so are China and and Other countries starting to actually gain some traction because the United States is slightly less consistent in some of its policies in some of these trouble spots. I think that's it's a story that we want to dive into the next couple months and find out. I don't know who does Europe trust going forward. Are they actually concerned about the. US policies. Are they I pushing you know. Are they looking to other people for Security on the same in Asia. So that's a that's a story will want to chase and when you have bureaus around the world including in These Middle Eastern countries. How do you ensure that your journalist in these areas are safe especially American journalists in some of these countries where Iran has influenced? That was actually really Right after the conversation about the word assassination we pivoted immediately into. What are we doing on security? I mean so this this may not have been totally apparent but there was sort of a gradual increase in protests and other things that were happening in December and November in Iraq and other places and we had already started to worry more or about our security in Baghdad Beirut and a little bit in Iran And then when this happened we just basically convene as quickly as possible We sometimes times change the way we operate in those countries if we have to There are times when we say. Be a little cautious about going out on the streets today until we see what the lay of the land and is but generally speaking we have such experienced people in many of these countries that it's not really me telling them what to do is having a conversation station about. Are you paying enough attention. Where our offices located? What are the streets? See Mike Right now and things like that. Hong Kong has been very Tricky I mean. It's been a very very difficult situation. I mean some of our journalists were hit by the water cannons that had the blue dye in them and I mean one of our cameramen quipped. I looked like smirnoff today. I mean there were some real risks for journalists in Hong Kong and so we basically deal with that essentially everyday on going around Iran. There were are you can imagine how difficult it is for a cameraman to be in the crowd when there are so many people on the street who are so emotional well as Iran. That was a very very difficult day for us. And for our cameraman on the ground and with regards to the staffers that are in Iran. Are they free to move about. The country. Are there restrictions fixings on their reporting. How does that work so right? Now the ratings have not allowed us to Credential any outsiders fulltime in Iran so our staff is are permanent staff there is made up of journalists who are from Iran. We sometimes at this point or getting visas to go in for periods of time. But we they have not allowed us to credential title anyone full-time so they have some restrictions on their ability to move around. I mean generally speaking. They're able to go pretty much anywhere in Toronto. We're able to shoot anything in Toronto. We have some restrictions on this in terms of having to get permission to go to certain other parts of the country and things like that The funeral that city was not open to And so we worked. We did some picking up of Iranian television and things like that obviously when we do do that no matter what country we're in we have to watch propaganda we're looking for it and label it. Absolutely I mean we're looking for you know raw shots that we can then we we don't want to take anything that's been Whatever you want to say curated or propagandized or anything like that but you know you can get some crowd shots and things like that and try to make make sure they're accurate and make sure they're not faked and things like they happened on the day they say absolutely cetera absolutely to hear that even Iranian residents citizens of the country who are journalists? Don't have that freedom of movement. Yeah I mean there's just some places they And they have they have obviously quite a bit of freedom of movement especially But like on something like that where they know. They're going to have a funeral and things like that. They gave us no access. There's still credentialed as journalists and so they still. Dan Obviously track their track where they go and Iran is far from the only country that is hard for journalists to get access to when you're talking about a journalist from a Western country trying to get a visa but it is striking again that they're not giving credentials to outside journalistic so they've been pretty good some of the networks. ABC CBS other. The numbers have been able to get in this week. Yeah not everybody yeah not everybody has been I mean They are pretty fair to us and let us in but we we I would like to be critical there fulltime honestly And that's just sort of an ongoing conversation at all times. Iran is by far the most restrictive country in the world. I mean North Korea and places like data obviously even a level much much higher and so these are the struggles we deal with. And unfortunately I'm not sure given the rise of authoritarian governments internationally that That this is going to get better. I mean when the when the Kashmir crisis happened last year Iran or India's a democracy right and there were enormous restrictions on what are journalists in Kashmir Kadewe and enormous restrictions on on just a whole lot of stuff so unfortunately even democracies democracy's when they're in situations where they want to control the media can be very uncompromising about how restrictive they make our work. And have you seen this has done. Amick worsening your three years as executive editor. I think absolutely. There's no question that attacks on media and restrictions on media are getting worse internationally. Shortly I think a lot of that a lot of dynamic in the United States and we know this is factually. True is being echoed by international international leaders. I think and we talk about this quite often. I'm not breaking news here we are. We are extraordinarily worried about. It is definitely getting worse. Worse worse more with Sally Busby just a moment here on reliable sources podcast. The innovation process begins with a big discovery followed.

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"associated press" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

11:03 min | 1 year ago

"associated press" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The cowboys for the Associated Press he's there beat reporter he's gonna join me in the next segment maybe I'll post in the same question I posed to all of you all have him come out of from cowboys angle but the question of the night is and I do this once a year but with training camp starting to feel like this is the best we can to do it if you if you root for an NFL team I'm giving you basically the opportunity to steal one player and non quarterback you can't take a quarterback you can steal one player from any team around the league just one for your team filling need that that would be my advice who would it be and why so we've been talking about that quite a bit to make Tyree kill has been a topic on the show he met with the media earlier today in Kansas city I'm still a little incredulous that I'm surprised you didn't get a suspension Hey at least something based on the things that we know about this case all the things a Roger Goodell went searching for his team is investigators police things like that that we're not privy to a lot of that information so I'm basing my opinion on the things that we now right I'm not hanging around with Tyree kill in with his former fiancee I'm not in the house I don't know how that kid broke his arm the things that I know are there a three year old wound up with a broken arm the police didn't prosecute because they couldn't determine who caused the broken arm the the authorities in the Kansas city area the equivalent of CPS I don't they called CPS I forget what they called in Kansas city but their child protective services saw fit to remove the child from the home and there was audio weird Tyree kills ex fiance was recording a conversation with him during which he said you should be terrified of me be instead be he said a different word those are things we know we know all of those things Roger Goodell has dished out suspensions two Ezekiel Elliott to Ben Roethlisberger with no prosecution by the police with less hard facts results based back then that and given suspensions anti retail got nothing I'm just I was stunned when it happened in in listening to the audio that we just heard at the top of the hour there on the the sports update where Tyree kills explaining the punching in the chest as him boxing with this kit is kid likes to be Iron Man he's like yeah that's so that's probably what that is and so that's it like that's the explanation what's the box with his three year old son can as a broken arm so I'm I'm not gonna stand here and rail and go Tyree kill should have been suspended for a season or should have been suspended for ten games I'm gonna say that I'm shocked he got nothing and then it's a little disheartening the thing just disappears into dandelions spores like puff the whole thing goes a ways back on the field is running around and she's fans are chanting his name that's disheartening when there's a kid the three year old kid with a broken arm in this whole thing the bums me out makes me a little mad to but it bums me out more than anything else eight five five two one two for CBS but they're a lot of NFL fans that just want to win football games eight five five two one two four two two seven let's go to South Carolina talk to chance chance you're up on CBS sports radio but we are John good how are you I'm pretty good yeah I like that and I'm not a big big baseball guy but I like gas with men and I just like sports in general usually thought like that and then on the the call me everything he was talking about as pretty good good man thank you I appreciate you tune in and so I am I'm about the band and kind of had our hope that this year I've come back marked late in the draft on CBS sports radio actually and I knew we were getting Christian Wilkins I knew that's what the falcons were talking about Tegan and paper for a dolphin got him so I mean I was devastated and then we just I fight with a that's like we free images went off in the line up in line up in line and we really need to be a princess or last year we did play defense I was gonna watch my years something like that but I in especially after right I remember rides were clown got drafted he said he wanted to play for the falcons when asked where he would like to play and so I've always thought that if he hits the free agency market we would have one of the best chance to to get him hi so I would have to just go with do they young Clowney I feel like everyone's going to say you know Donald but I mean he would really help but I feel like tech McKinley and and Grady Jarrett and that big Beasley online or okay it in beyond jungle I'm back and get that are outside linebackers yes it's not great yeah mixed in with I mean dad mentor font really being on a secondary help I mean we've got you know the taking Kiana nail and then K. V. but I mean like cornerback help I'd have to discourage baby honor I'd have to go a one ninety in swing for the fences are down there and he really there you go bring throughout this agents I appreciate the phone call this is something on the defensive side of the ball yeah I mean cloudy look I've I've watched every snap the colonias played as Houston Texan I don't know what cloning is asking for with this contract yeah look you may get your shot a cloning next year what is going to play this year for the taxes on the franchise tag I don't know what it is he's asking for I don't know there's a glitch behind the scenes with cloning where he's just you know his routine is just a little off from with the Texans look for out of their star players I just know that the dude is working out somewhere outside of Houston right now he's not in training camp with his teammates and that's a problem so I think what he's going to play this year under the under the franchise tag and I'm going through this chronology right now so that you know you're you're probably gonna get a crack at cloning next year because of I had the gas I would say there's a decent chance not a great chance but a decent chance that the Texans tag him again and move him as opposed to giving a long term deal now maybe blows up this year cloudy is never a double digit sacks in a season and that bothers some people he's really really disruptive on Sundays and that seems to bother opposing teams that's the part that I like the most that's why I probably would have found a common ground with cloning I would have tried to maybe the Texans are trying to and they just can't if one is trying to get paid like Erin Donald then I kind of understand the Texans digging in and saying Hey look man but the fact of the matter is the Texans are digging in because they have the weapon of the franchise tag to keep his value in line with what they with what they think it should be it's cloudy were to hit the open market he would become the highest paid defensive player in football because players that are of that caliber that are at that line of even just the line of being a pro bowler forget about first team all pro big big rarely hit the open market it's cloudy hit the open market had multiple teams bidding on I'm not saying Klein he's the best defensive player in football what I'm saying is if he hit the open market in free agency he would become the highest paid defensive player in football because normally guys like that never hit the market the sign extensions with their teams with a year left on their deal they get franchise tagged whatever so Clowney to the falcons all right that's cool I see it I can see that that's a good answer all right I do need is in Florida Indonesia's been holding for a while they need a what's going on I'm good how are you during grade I'm I'm with you saw on on I am a native Atlanta Falcons but it only Jones were to be excuse of this kind of domestic behavior the entire fan base with him on to the field there is no way that this is acceptable and your spot on yes it's right to be angry and as an advocate for that child and honestly if this girl is still with him sorry things be a baby and sell in a twenty five is a big bully my understanding you need it my understanding the need is they're not together anymore that that's what I I've asked some folks in Kansas city about that my understanding is they're not together anymore I I maybe I maybe they're wrong about that I don't know but that that's that's what before the show started today I made sure to reach out to a few people I know in Kansas city and apparently they are they are no longer together well and I think it should be an automatic that is an automatic suspension while there's investigating go on I don't think anybody should be able to manually decide this kind of you know response it should be an automatic yeah well these leave there's that yeah it does there there there is no just to be clear there is no police investigation going on right now the police have it's a cold case as far as the police are concerned V. I don't know CPS is still investigating if there's two separate things at work here there's the police and their child protective services the police stopped investigating a while ago when they couldn't determine how this how this child sustained a broken arm like whose fault it will you know who if he was abused too did it that kind of thing CPS obviously soffit to remove the kid from home so they saw something I don't know their investigation is still ongoing I do know Roger Goodell the NFL made a big point when they announced the tie repeal would not be suspended they were trying to stay out of the way of that investigation so I'm not sure if it's if it's still on going but at the bottom line is you and I share the same frustration which is that you and I both felt there should in some degree of punishment involved with this thing and it didn't happen right yeah very disappointing very disappointed you need I appreciate the phone call thank you all right thanks yeah she ate you thanks I I don't know that I totally agree that Atlanta fans I I don't know maybe I don't wanna speak on behalf of the city and if you're in Atlanta falcon fan this listing you probably like yeah she's right we would be going I boy I you know I just I'm trying to think of the NFL cities that might have a fan base that sees the forest for the trees when it comes comes to something like this and I'm not saying Kansas city isn't a fan base like that but there was a lot of cheering for Tyree kill going on at the kit Kansas city training camp today apparently and there there is been a big outpouring of support for Tyree kill.

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"associated press" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:02 min | 1 year ago

"associated press" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The cowboys for the Associated Press he's there beat reporter he's going to join me in the next segment maybe I'll post in the same question I post all of you all have him come out of from a cowboys angle but the question of the night is and I do this once a year but with training camp starting to feel like this is the best we can to do it if you if you root for an NFL team I'm giving you basically the opportunity to steal one player and non quarterback you can't take a quarterback you can steal one player from any team around the league just one for your team Phil I need that that would be my advice all who would it be and why so we've been talking about that quite a bit tonight Tyree kill has been a topic on the show he met with the media earlier today in Kansas city I'm still a little incredulous that I'm surprised you didn't get a suspension Hey at least something based on the things that we know about this case all the things a Roger Goodell went searching for his team is investigators police things like that but we're not privy to a lot of that information so I'm basing my opinion on the things that we now right I'm not hanging around with Tyree kill in with his former fiancee I'm not in the house I don't know how that kid broke his arm the things that I know are there a three year old wound up with a broken arm the police didn't prosecute because they couldn't determine who caused the broken arm the the authorities in the Kansas city area the equivalent of CPS I don't they called CPS everywhere they called in Kansas city but their child protective services saw fit to remove the child from the home and there was audio we're Tyree kills ex fiance was recording a conversation with him during which she said you should be terrified of me be instead be he said a different word those are things we know we know all of those things Roger Goodell has dished out suspensions two Ezekiel Elliott to Ben Roethlisberger with no prosecution by the police with less hard facts results based fact than that and given suspensions entirely kill got nothing I'm just I was stunned when it happened in in listening to the audio then we just heard at the top of the hour there on the the sports update where Tyree kills explaining the punching in the chest as him boxing with this kit is kid likes to be Iron Man is like yeah that's so that's probably what that is and so that's it like that's the explanation place the box with his three year old son can as a broken arm so I'm I'm not gonna stand here and railing go Tyree kill should have been suspended for a season or should have been suspended for ten games I'm gonna say that I'm shocked he got nothing and then it's a little disheartening the thing just disappears into dandelion spores like puff the whole thing goes away he's back on the field is running around and she's fans are chanting his name that's disheartening when there's a kid the three year old kid with a broken arm in this whole thing the bums me out makes me a little mad to but it bums me out more than anything else eight by five two one two for CBS but the out there a lot of NFL fans that just want to win football games eight five five two one two four two two seven let's go to South Carolina talk to chance chance you're up on CBS sports radio John John good how are you but again yeah I like that and I'm not a big big baseball guy but I like gas with men and I just like sports and then are usually thought like that and then on the the call made everybody was talking about as pretty good good man thank you I appreciate you tune in and so I am I'm about the band and kind of had a vote said that he has come back marked late in the draft on CBS sports radio actually and I knew we were getting Christian Wilkins I knew that's what the falcons which automatically again and paid before I Dalton Adam so I mean I was devastated and then we just I bike with a that's like was freaking we just went off in the line up in line up in line and we really need to be because I swore last year we did play defense I was gonna watch mall years something like that but I in especially after right I remember rides were clown got bracket he said he wanted to play for the falcons when asked where he would like to fly and so I've always thought that if he hits the free agency market we would have one of the best chance to get him hi so I would have to do is go with do they young Clowney I feel like everyone's gonna say you know Donald but I I mean he would really help but I feel like Jack McKinley and and Grady Jarrett and that big Beasley online or okay it in beyond jungle I'm back good but are outside linebackers there yes it is not great yeah we're making waves I mean does mentor font really being on a secondary help I mean we've got you know the safeties Kiana nail and then K. V. but I mean like cornerback help I have you discovered the baby on I'd have to go a one ninety in swing for the fences and down there and he really they don't open it for each route this a chance I appreciate the phone call this is something on the defensive side of the ball yeah I mean cloudy look I've I've watched every snap the colonias played as Houston Texan I don't know what cloning is asking for with this contract yeah look you may get your shot a cloudy next year Klein he's gonna play this year for the Texans under the franchise tag I don't know what it is he's asking for I don't know there's a glitch behind the scenes with cloning where he's just near his routine is just a little off from what the Texans look for out of their star players I just know that the dude is working out somewhere outside of Houston right now he's not in training camp with his teammates and that's a problem so I think what he's gonna play this year under the under the franchise tag and I'm going through this chronology right now so that you know you're you're probably gonna get a crack a cloning next year because of I had the gas I would say there's a decent chance not a great chance with a decent chance that the Texans tag him again and move him as opposed to giving a long term deal now maybe blows up this year cloudy is never a double digit sacks in a season and that bothers some people he's really really disruptive on Sundays and that seems to bother opposing teams that's the part that I like the most that's why I probably would have found a common ground with clown here would have tried to maybe the Texans are trying to and they just can't if one is trying to get paid like Erin Donald then I kind of understand the Texans digging in and saying Hey look man but the fact of the matter is the Texans are digging in because they have the weapon of the franchise tag to keep his value in line with what they with what they think it should be it's cloudy were to hit the open market he would become the highest paid defensive player in football because players that are of that caliber that at that line of even just the line of being a pro bowler forget about first team all pro the big rarely hit the open market it's cloudy hit the open market had multiple teams bidding on I'm not saying Klein he's the best defensive player in football what I'm saying is if you hit the open market in free agency he would become the highest paid defensive player in football because normally guys like that never hit the market the sign extensions with their teams with a year left on their deal they get franchise tagged whatever so Clowney to the falcons all right that's cool I see it I can see that that's a good answer all right I do need is in Florida intimate as been holding for a while Danny to what's going on I'm good how are you during grade I'm I'm with you shine I'm I am a native Atlanta Falcons but it's totally Jones or to be accused of this kind of domestic behavior the entire fan base with him on to the field there is no way that this is acceptable and your spot on yes it's right to be angry and as an advocate for that child and honestly if this girl is still with him sorry things be a baby in style in a twenty five is a big bully my understanding you need it my understanding the need is they're not together anymore that that's what I I Bassam folks in Kansas city about that my understanding is they're not together anymore I I maybe I maybe they're wrong about that I don't know but that that's that's what before the show started today I made sure to reach out to a few people I know in Kansas city and apparently they are they are no longer together well and I think it should be an automatic that is an automatic suspension while there's investigating go on I don't think anybody should be able to manually decide this kind of you know response it should be an automatic yeah well the leave there's there yeah it does there there there is no the just to be clear there is no police investigation going on right now the police have it's a cold case as far as the police are concerned the I don't know CPS is still investigating if there's two separate things at work here there's the police and their child protective services the police stopped investigating a while ago when they couldn't determine how this how this child sustained a broken arm like whose fault it will you know who he was abused too did it that kind of thing CPS obviously soffit to remove the kit from the home so they saw something I don't know their investigation is still ongoing I do know Roger Goodell the NFL made a big point when they announced the tie repeal would not be suspended they were trying to stay out of the way of that investigation so I'm not sure if it's if it's still on going but at the bottom line is you and I share the same frustration which is that you and I both felt there should have been some degree of punishment involved with this thing and it didn't happen right yeah very disappointing very disappointed you need I appreciate the phone call thank you all right thank you yeah she ate you thanks I I don't know that I totally agree that Atlanta fans I I don't know maybe I don't wanna speak on behalf of the city and if you're in Atlanta Falcons fan this listing you probably guess she's right we would be going I boy you know I just I'm trying to think of the NFL cities that might have a fan base that sees the forest for the trees when it comes comes to something like this and I'm not saying Kansas city isn't a fan base like that but there was a lot of cheering for Tyree kill going on at the kit Kansas city training camp today apparently and there there is been a big outpouring of support for Tyree kill.

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"associated press" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"associated press" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The Associated Press that his office was preparing to impose tariffs on hundreds of billions of more dollars worth of Chinese products. In the coming months. Now, the latest, traffic and weather together. No, major interstate problems have been reported right now have been getting reports of a gas leak around the roof would shopping center in Norwood. We've seen some heavier than normal traffic volumes along Edwards road and Edmonson though that is starting to die die down. Now. No reports of any injuries and traffic's getting better now. Linda's forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center, we move in your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation. Learn more at no fear death is dot com. Rain will move in tonight and could be heavy at times lows in the forties to near fifty Sunday for mother's day. You'll need an umbrella with scattered showers continuing to hang around and highs only near sixty from your severe weather station. I'm nine I one in meteorologist Sherry Hughes. Newsradio seven hundred w l w radar shows cloudy skies and rain moving through the tri-state. Now, the western part of Hamilton county and scattered parts of Butler county seeing some fairly steady rain. It is sixty five degrees. A nine year old is. Effected to be okay after being stabbed in the shoulder with a machete and Covington last night police say three adults to a group of kids. The nine year old was unable to get away. In time. Thirty five year old Esteban Portuguse was later arrested. He's now being held without bond and abortion law in Kentucky was struck down by a federal judge yesterday. Federal judge in Louisville blocked in abortion law from taking in Kentucky..

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"associated press" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"associated press" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Associated Press has learned that federal immigration officials are force feeding six immigrants through plastic nasal tubes. During a hunger strike that's gone on for a month inside a Texas detention facility, immigration and customs enforcement says eleven detainees at the L Paso processing center have been refusing food some for more than thirty days. The men say they stopped eating to protest verbal abuse and threats of deportation from guards they're also upset about lengthy lockup swell awaiting legal proceedings. The democratic controlled house says approved a pay raise for civilian federal employees step that lawmakers say shows respect for a workforce. The Justin door to thirty five day partial government shutdown the two point six percents pay raise matches the raise given to the military last year and would override a pay freeze imposed by President Trump. The measure goes to the Senate where its prospects are unclear how about a Cheetos sandwich KFC says that's what it's testing in select restaurants in North Carolina Virginia and Georgia KFC says a sandwich is made by coating a juicy hand breaded extra crispy chicken fillet with special Cheetos sauce and placing it on a toasted bun with mayo and a layer of crunchy Cheetos Cheetos sandwich will give you a blast of crave. -able Cheetos and everybody so the extra crispy that means fried fried chicken sandwich with Cheetos bed I like the mix of this salt. And sweet though, so I put the Cheetos a peanut butter and jelly mayo ruins.

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"associated press" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"associated press" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The Associated Press. Says that this money those require congressional approval. I'm talking about the ten point six billion dollars going down to Central America doesn't need congressional approval. Unlike Trump's signature to project stem illegal immigration that somehow needs your signature. Five billion dollars in the wall. He needs to sign a deal from a weakened somehow transferred ten point six billion dollars to southern Mexico and Central America. And it doesn't require congressional approval. Also, it's going to be procured from some other existing part of the budget. And yet Trump cannot do that. He can't go get from his own executive branch five billion dollars laying around unused in some stupid budget area and use it the no the wall, but the congress can somehow reallocate ten point six billion without Trump needing to sign anything to send foreign aid or welfare down to Central America and southern Mexico. What is all this talk? Remember that Trump was going to be a dictator? Shortly after the election into the transition into Trump's first term, all we kept hearing the drive bys this man, doesn't know the constitution. He doesn't care. He's going to become addicted dictator. I don't know what President Trump is thinking about I'll tell you what he ought to do my humble opinion. I just saw on FOX. Everybody's breathless the budget deal. It might be signed the wire I get so sick and tired of this game. It's not even real a government shutdown. Never hurts. I damn soul and every year at this time the government might shut down. It might shut down much. Trump should not sign. This bill. And leave for Merrill ago. And tell them that's not gonna get signed an their government's not going to get back up and running fillers. Five billion. What are they gonna do? Impeach him..

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"associated press" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"associated press" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"From the Associated Press. Ground game hosted by AP's digital editor. Megan crane ground game is a weekly conversation with AP reporters and guests about two top political issues around the country and this year's midterm elections. Available on apple podcasts. Hello. Bill from big Bank the Bank money. I'm going to collect. I'll call your house a thousand times a day and even threatened to sue you. I'll invade your personal space by you over the radio. I'll call your family and friends to embarrass you to try and find out where you are. I'll even tell you that I'm coming to your house or office to have you arrested. None of this is legal. But I'll say and do whatever I can to make you pay. Fed up with asking collector calls we can make them stop. If you have debt collectors aren't allowed to rash. You call Peterson associates today to learn your options to get out of debt and make the calls. Stop. One zero one five FM seven twenty AM talk of Las Vegas counsel. Robert Muller, Flint has pleaded guilty to lying about his Russian contacts. House Judiciary committee member Darrell Issa told Fox News he thinks Flynn was trapped into lying. Judge Sullivan has dealt with this before you might remember that he he picked up the Ted Stevens case only to find that. Prosecutors had violated the late senator's, right and lied and withheld information in this case he's faced with a similar situation that he seeing a general who was lied to untold. He wasn't a target. He didn't need. He was basically not needing to worry about Miranda didn't need a lawyer. So that they could trap him into a lie where they knew something didn't disclose it. And then asked him a question in order to get him in a situation where they then had leverage on him. So this kind of misconduct can only be held accountable by a federal judge and. This is a federal judge who goes all the way back through four different three different presidents, and his is a no nonsense judge. Yeah. I it's interesting. How surprised to hear James Comey admit that it hadn't been handled correctly with Flint? Not a bit. They've been playing fast and loose with. How do they get the president for a long time? Let me step in. Let me step in for one second. Do you think he said that because he felt like they got busted on this? Or was this just something that was a mistake. Well, every once in a while, he remember something. And in this case, he apparently remembered that most.

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"associated press" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"associated press" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"K SFO tighten up Tuesday, eighteen minutes past six o'clock and good morning. So we have just the terrible fire. Katie brought us up to date at the top of the hour but death toll now forty two. Yeah. I have a really terrible feeling that's going to grow because we're a couple hundred people still missing with you. And those couple of hundred missing for a long time. Now, Katy yeah. And there's been enough communique through the shelters and social media and everything that you know, that good not at all. So the the big one that's the camp fire. It started Thursday morning while we were on the air. Near some property belonging to woman named Betsy and Cowley. It's up in the tiny little town of polka which is just east of paradise. So that's where the fire started and yesterday fire investigators declared the area surrounding the power lines and this woman's property because there are power lines that go through the property. This is an oakfield canyon. Fire. Investigators cordoned off that area. They're calling it a crime scene, in fact security, wouldn't even let PG get in there yesterday. So that's that's how serious this is become and so Betsy and Cowley told the Associated Press that she was on vacation Wednesday. So get the fire started early Thursday morning. She was a vacation Wednesday when she got an Email from PG. Saying that crews needed to come to a property to work on these high power lines. So that's a Wednesday day before the fire. She said the utility told her, quote, they were having problems with sparks. Adding, and then she added that workers visited her property, but she was there Wednesday. And so she didn't know what they discovered so they emailed her. We're going to be on your property. Because we're having problems with sparks. She wasn't there. She she doesn't know what happened. But. This is the Email. She got the day before. So it's interesting because PG has previously disclosed that it experienced a problem on an electrical transmission line near the site. Minutes before the blaze broke out. See this is another little interesting wrinkle. So they said this in a filing to California's public utilities commission on Friday. So again fire starts Thursday. They made this known to the PUC on Friday, and they say they detected an outage on an electrical transmission line near the site of the blaze. They said a subsequent aerial inspection. Detected damage to a transmission tower on the line. So that's that's all we know. But based on what I just told you it would lead you to at least wonder if the fire started there, and it was because of the power lights now that said and this matches nicely with the audio. We played yesterday. So this is the new information I just shared with you. Yesterday. We were playing this audience from fire dispatch this is going down about six fifteen on Thursday morning. It's a compilation of audio take a listen. Creek road are. Cross our lines serving powerline hazard. Forty. So.

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"associated press" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"associated press" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"You can these last two days to seaport the alliance defending freedom and speaking of defending freedom. I've been kind of obsessed with this case for a long long time. I spoke to you about a while ago. And it's so rare that you get a happy ending from parts of the Islamic world. Sorry, but right now, there is a happy ending the headline for Associated Press Pakistan court acquits Christian mother on death row. She was acquitted after. Nine years in prison in solitary confinement in Pakistan. She was acquitted of the charge of blasphemy. She apparently had told people in in an argument over a Cup of water. They were farm workers and she had brought water to some of her colleagues, and they wouldn't drink it because she's a Christian woman, and they are Muslims. She had told them my Lord and savior Jesus Christ saved me by buying for my sins. What has the prophet done for you? Well that gets you a death penalty. And she was she was on death row in solitary confinement. And she just one story from Associated Press. A Christian woman who spent eight years on death row under Pakistan's blasphemy law was acquitted and ordered released today by the country's top court. There's a ruling that prompted protests around the country. The protesters are threatening to kill the judge to kill her lawyer to kill her there. She's in a secret hiding place, and they're going to take her out of the country the Spain and France have already offered her asylum, by the way, President Trump. I think this is somebody who probably deserves asylum. Aasiya BB was in an undisclosed location for her safety and her lawyers said he expected she soon would leave the country Francis. Payne of offered asylum to the fifty four year old mother of five she's Roman Catholic. Chief Justice me on Sakib Nissar who had received death threats announced the landmark verdict that fully overturned her two thousand ten death sentence. And he did that amidst increased security. I mean, if you look at a video there people in the streets who are calling for blood on this. They have already killed three prominent politicians for opposing the blasphemy law. Can we pray? Honestly for the safety of the courageous people in Pakistan. Who worked to get this woman released? Their lives are in danger. And maybe we can pray that in our time. Evil evil things like the blasphemy law in Pakistan where you can receive the death sentence for allegedly insulting the prophet. That.

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"associated press" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"associated press" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"From the associated press one josh dubail d u b o w you know everybody fred you know him though and just about rights after brutal loss love and thomson avoid suspensions let me read this at five am kevin love will not be suspended for leaving the bench during altercation and the closing seconds of cleveland's overtime loss thursday night a person familiar with the decision said the league ruled that love left the bench to argue a flagrant foul against teammate tristan thompson and not to join the altercation he then retreated to the bench of mmediately some he did not deserve punishment all right let's say that one i he left side line right when on the floor was not in the game and isn't that an automatic suspension that's what i always thought what do i know i think the suspension i don't have the rule in front of me but i think the rule is that if you come off the bench when there's an altercation so tactically he was off the bench before the altercation took place you're not you probably shouldn't be off the bench anyway but the way that the nba has it with the players benches being so far down away from the scores table and away from the middle of the court i can kind of understand it if you go by the letter of the law would have thought he would have been suspended unless the rule just says if you come off the bench for a at altercation running down to check in at the scars table and your foot hits under the floor fine technically.

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"associated press" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"associated press" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"The place these americans and canadians are getting out of cuba what's going on right he would've loved this story i remember my total fascination and confusion when nine months ago in august twenty seventeen there were a series of these international headlines about a mysterious syndrome that was making american and canadian diplomats in the us embassy and have anna sick with hearing loss headaches dizziness fuzzy vision losing balance and not being able to think straight and to date tonight the total affected so far have been twenty four americans in ten canadians well on october twelve twenty seventeen the associated press was the first release a short six second recording of one of the many strange sounds recorded by investigators at the cuban embassy associated press stated quote the recording themselves are not believed to be dangerous to those who listen sound experts and doctors say they know of no sound that can cause physical damage when played for short durations at normal levels through standard equipment like a cell phone or computer close quote and with that i place the six second recording of the second of that sound released by associated press at my news website earth files dot com you just go.

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"associated press" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"associated press" Discussed on WGTK

"The 21 minutes after the hour on the michael medved show there is breaking news from associated press do not have the details yet but it's potentially very big news very encouraging news for the trump administration the associated press is reporting at this moment than these of pain court is allowing full enforcement of the trump travel ban affecting residence of six mostly muslim nations a you may remember that since the very earliest days of the trump presidency so for nearly a year there have been legal disputes with courts holding differently in different versions of the travel ban i don't know which version of the travel ban the court is sanctioning here but my strong guess is that uh the the decision if by it does in fact uh end up to be inaccurate story and it's not fake news and i think it probably well first of all it it represents the beginning perhaps of a major win streak for the trump administration after winning big time in the senate over the weekend on tax reform to now win on this uh is significant political momentum now it doesn't really matter in terms of policy because the travel ban never really mattered in terms of policy in other words president trump has said he was going to vat more carefully he's now had enough time much more than enough time he said he wanted ninety days the travel ban to be in effect so that he had a tad chance to uh redo the vetting process for people who were visiting the united states are coming here as refugees okay fine the basis i i would guess very strongly for this decision is a separation of powers the idea that when we elect to present yes we elect him to supervise things length national security and your ability to come visit the united states we don't appoint judges to do that it's the president's job and if you don't like the way the president is doing that job then the congress can try to block him probably not successfully but it's really not the job of the courts and that's one of the reasons i think that it's it's perfectly legitimate for every conservative or nearly all conservatives to be encouraged if that is the decision on now it will force president trump to.

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"associated press" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"associated press" Discussed on AP News

"The from the associated press ten in one president trump tells the trade summit in the us will no longer be taken advantage of and trade the white house has a scheduling conflict will keep trump and vladimir putin from meeting in vietnam the pacific described trade trump remains in limbo a top us air force officials fired by yemeni rebels the targeted saudis was from iran comedian louis tse k's accused of sexual misconduct toward several women sexual misconduct at who's asia's transvaal alibis senate a marine corps drill instructors convicted by a military jury of physically abusing young recruits iran's first oscars submission direct causes controversy uh national first meetings held between the face transplant patient and the widow of the donor and they can thoughts on the mall a small to washington dc for the ap i'm jennifer o'neill with reddit yep the environmental group wwf on thursday slammed proposal to reform the european union's emissions trading system they say it undermines the international the european commission said the preliminary agreement between the eu states will strengthen the bloc's emissions trading system off to 2020 yagudin would put the block on track to achieving a significant part of its commitment under the paris agreement some one hundred ninety five countries are currently taking part in talks in germany aimed at implementing the 2015 climate accord bots wwf said that while the deal will reduce the overall missions allow his early polluting sectors will continue to get emissions certificates were neans of euros for free named till 23rd and other group the climate action network europe said the eu deal would throw a lifeline to the continued use of coal several countries especially germany and poland still rely heavily on coal to produce electricity for the names luck has from the rivet world desk old records are falling by ones are centers part of the annual guinness world records day among a new records richard browning is billed as a real live version of the.

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