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"barbara underwood" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

08:46 min | 9 months ago

"barbara underwood" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"But after those couple of scandals those couple of guys voters in that new york district and that special election decided to change course and they decided they would choose a woman to represent that district and they would choose a democratic woman to represent that district. The first democrat elected to that seat in like forty years and her name was. Kathy will the same kathy whole who two weeks from today. We'll take the oath to become the first woman governor of the great state of new york. And how kathy got to this point in her career turns out to be a path paved with just an astonishing number of men behaving astonishingly badly in power getting caught and thereby being forced out of offices they would have otherwise preferred to hold onto. I mean i just stick with that one congressional seat for a second right. There's mark foley. The guy sending sexually explicit messages to minors the incumbent in that seat new york tied into the mark foley scandal. His career sort of ends in disgrace. Then there's the shirtless tamie fist. Flexor guy. Chris lee who's also ends in disgrace. Then kathy ho gets that seat it's ac. no democrat. had any any business winning. But she wins in large part thanks to those scandals from her republican predecessors she holds that see for a single term without any scandal of her own which is a notable thing in that case District gets caught up in a bit of redistricting in the twenty twelve elections again. It's it's still very much a republican seat and she loses the seat after one term to another republican man. A man named chris collins remember him. Yeah chris collins would go on to pick up the baton from badly behaving republican men from this one single congressional district. Chris collins ended up getting arrested while he was serving in congress indicted on eleven federal felony charges for an alleged insider trading scheme. He pled guilty. He was sentenced to multiple years in federal prison before he was ultimately pardoned by president trump. Because he's a republican who supported president trump. But that's that's just origin story number one for the woman who's about to become the new governor of new york this congressional seat with skidmarks all over it from the felonies and sex scandals and child sex-abuse scandals of all the men who held it other than her. Meanwhile in twenty fourteen having survived her brief tumble in that totally toxic congressional district. Kathy hotel ran to become the lieutenant. Governor of new york state. Her running mate Was a man who is running for governor alongside. Her was andrew. Cuomo helps to remember how cuomo himself ended up running for governor in the first place who was the previous democratic. Governor of new york eliot spitzer forced out as governor of new york in lurid prostitution scandal after spitzer was forced out for that. His lieutenant governor his number. Two david paterson took over the job. As new york. Governor david paterson was basically forced out to after a corruption scandal involving serious domestic violence allegations against his top aide and governor paterson's alleged interference to try to basically make those allegations go away. Patterson was ultimately found to have not committed witness tampering. But the aid against him. The allegations were made Did plead guilty to harassing his former girlfriend. The midst of that scandal and the investigation thereof governor patterson ends up not running for another term andrew. Cuomo steps up. He wins the democratic nomination to run for governor of new york in twenty ten after that mess from the two democratic governors in order to actually send to the top job though coma had to the general election right and he had to defeat the guy. The republicans have nominated for governor that year. That candidate was named carl paladino. Carl paladino during his campaign was found to have had a frequent habit of circulating wildly racist and profoundly profoundly. I mean profoundly pornographic emails to a surprisingly large number of political pals. I'll tell you just from a personal perspective or pulling up here a little bit the carl paladino pornography email lists scandal. In that governor's race actually lead us on this show to set up a whole new set of rules internally that we still use for how to handle the reporting and broadcasting of stuff that is both newsworthy and so wildly wildly offensive that it cannot even be described at a staff news meeting without all of us getting referred to hr and it can't be accessed on work computers without them getting seized by the company. Right so that's how that's who andrew cuomo beat to become governor of new york after the eliot spitzer and then david paterson scandals. That's how kathy hokuto ended up becoming lieutenant governor of new york. So that's like backstory one into right. She's elected to a stint in congress. Thanks to assist. From republican congressman. Mark foley sending really explicit sexual solicitations too young teenage congressional pages than the other family values conservative congressman who posts the sad little cheesecake chest hair photos of himself on craigslist looking for lovely ladies. Thanks to them. She gets her term in congress then she loses that seat to the guy who gets charged with eleven felonies while holding that same cd then gets sentenced to multiple years in federal prison. That freezer up to go to albany as the running mate for the guy who succeeds the prostitution scandal governor and the domestic violence was witness interference. Skin'll governor which leads to a general election contest against the fantastically pornographic scandal republican candidate in that race. The results of which is that kathy hokuto covered in other people slime but none of her own eventually becomes lieutenant governor of the great state of new york tada but how does copy whole become governor of the great state of new york. Glad you asked sort of not really this. Is eric schneiderman. He used to be the attorney. General in the great state of new york. He was one of those attorneys general. Who made the gig into a very high profile very much national profile job new york attorney general's in particular tend to do that. It's being new york attorney. General is a job that brings with a lot of power a lot of opportunity for news making it. Typically it brings with that. A lot of swagger eliot spitzer was new york attorney general before he became governor so it was andrew cuomo for example but eric schneiderman took over the attorney. General job from andrew cuomo in twenty ten is reelected in two thousand fourteen on the fast track toward reelection again in two thousand eighteen and presumably greater things beyond but then in may two thousand eighteen. The new yorker published a granular detailed just heinous accounting of how eric schneiderman had subjected four different women. To what the magazine described as nonconsensual physical violence all four women alleged schneiderman repeatedly hit them often in sexual or at least sexual degradation context but never with their consent. Schneiderman denied he ever assaulted anyone but just three hours after that story dropped in the new yorker. He resigned in disgrace as attorney general and that is how the great state of new york got. Its first ever woman serving as attorney. General barbara underwood. She'd been the longtime solicitor general in new york. Which meant you among other. Things represented new york in its major court cases. Barbara underwood's stepped in to temporarily take over the attorney general job after these schneiderman scandal and his shock resignation. And that's a high pressure high profile job right and underwood took it over at such a high pressure high profile time and she took it over in such a weird way to be suddenly shoved into that kind of a job which doesn't have a natural successor lined up but barbara underwood just stood up. Took the reins and nailed it. She sued donald. Trump's fake family charity straight out of existence. She sued trump's epa for rolling climate policy. She successfully challenged some of the trump. Administration's most inhumane and indefensible policies and court citizenship question on the census and forced family separations at the border. Are underwood one. One seemingly universal praise for her brief tenure as new york attorney general. I mean aside from the defendants whose door she beatdown. Barbara underwood took that job under the weirdest highest pressure circumstances.

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"barbara underwood" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"barbara underwood" Discussed on KTRH

"Acting U S Solicitor General Jeff Wall argued counting all undocumented immigrants for census reporting flies in the face of precedent and common sense. The president has at least some discretion to determine that at least some illegal aliens. Black enduring ties to the state. Several states led by New York Solicitor General Barbara Underwood, argue apportionment in the House of Representatives has always been tied to persons residing in a state. Undocumented immigrants have lived here for decades and have substantial community ties. They're undocumented status doesn't erase their presence. The Trump Administration also argues states have no standing the challenge at this point, but instead must wait until after the number of representatives for each state is determined. Jared Halpern Fox news And here is County Republican Party chair. Keith Nielsen is stepping down. He tendered his resignation Monday after a four month tenure, Republicans put up another disappointing show in the state's largest county this year for failing to win any Countywide races. There's kind of GOP executive committee will pick a new chair. President Trump continues his legal fight over the election, the president on Twitter again, reiterating that there's no way that he could have lost the election. Also raising the question is how Republicans did so well on down ballot races. Yet the president lost, apparently to Joe Biden when it came to the race at the top of the ticket, the president saying that he's not doing this for him. He's doing it for the people who voted for him. Tweeting I'm not fighting for May I'm fighting for the 74 million people, not including the many trump balance that were tossed a record for a sitting price. Who voted for me, President Trump, continuing his legal action to challenge the vote count several states his best chance for any remedy may rest with the Supreme Court. His team is planning to file an appeal on their case in Pennsylvania. That was Fox is John Roberts, Trump's legal team, speaking yesterday at a hearing in the Arizona Legislature over voting there, I'll you know the human services secretary Alexey Czar admits public health and government agencies will have to convince Americans to want the Corona virus vaccine after poll say some don't want it. The process is what's going to convince them. I believe it's going to show that it was independent. The dad is incredibly strong. And then they're going to get experience as we protect our most vulnerable protector, healthcare workers, people going to see this. They're going to see the effect and they're gonna want one of themselves and we're gonna work to convince them of that. These aren't telling Fox News that 40 million doses of the vaccine will be available by the end of the year, hundreds of millions available by next spring. KTRH news time too old for J. C. Penney, leaving the complex kid called home for almost three decades. North Texas based retailer told a bankruptcy judge did abandon the Plano complex, although it's not known where the new headquarters will be. A. Uh, JC Penney originally built the headquarters in 1992 sold it in 2016 and started leasing office space is the company is expected to come out of bankruptcy before the end of the year. I'll checks in Parks and wildlife plan to stop 14 Houston area lakes and ponds that more than 23,000 rainbow trout. Over the next few months. The traveler be big enough to eat for dinner Kids under 17 fish for free in Texas, but a bill to required a fishing license. Statewide bag limits. And there are five trout with certain exceptions that don't apply to the Houston area are next update is at 2 30. Breaking information is it happens Time now for more of coast to coast Am with George Noory. I'm Eric Sharpe on NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh. The Virginia Department of Health Thanks to you for wearing a mask for showing that you care about reducing the spread of covert 19. So keep wearing that.

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"barbara underwood" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"barbara underwood" Discussed on WTOP

"Undocumented immigrants be counted in the U. S census. In oral arguments to the Supreme Court today. New York Solicitor General Barbara Underwood urge the Trump administration should not be allowed to exclude them. But she says the senses determines populations for congressional representation, not for political incentive purposes. Memorandum treats counting people as a reward to be withheld from states, but how's undocumented immigrants? But our Lord used counting people for apportionment as finding facts not giving and withholding reward. The Trump Administration argues that people who are in the country illegally including those that ice detention centers should not count in the census. Tonight, Wisconsin has declared and certified a winner in the presidential election, There was constant election commissions. Chief Election officer Meghan Wolf says all complaints brought before the commission were analyzed. And the outcome stands that Joe Biden won that state any heirs that were identified during the initial canvass where brought to the attention of the county who then reconvened to correct their mistakes. Statement before you was canvassed and no heirs were identified. Partial recount in Wisconsin added to Biden's victory over President Trump. Also tonight, Arizona has certified it's election results, giving President elect biting the victory and it's still 11 electoral votes today, President Trump's lawyers have promised to continue with their court challenges there. Maryland governor Larry Hogan is offering congratulations to Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris. His words come in a letter to the head of Biden's transition team in which Hogan also spells out his federal priorities. The letter was sent last Monday. It was made public just today, The governor writes that his first priority remains a new coronavirus relief package to help state and local governments. He's also pushing for a major infrastructure package and to maintain the current level of federal funding to continue the cleanup of the Chesapeake Bay. Trump Administration says it's about to appoint new members to the Defense policy Board. After firing most of the panel federal news networks Jared Sirbu foreign policy broke the news last week that the White House had abruptly ousted 11 of the 13 members of the federal Advisory Committee. The reasons and timing still aren't clear. The board had been made up of numerous long time foreign and defense policy experts. Among the ones dismissed were former secretaries of state Madeleine Albright and Henry Kissinger, former Deputy defense secretary Rudy Daily own and retired Admiral Gary Roughead, a former chief of naval operations. In a follow up statement news outlets, the Pentagon said new members of the board will be named soon. Jared serving federal news network. Many of us have been working hard to keep surfaces sanitized during the pandemic. But Dr Anthony Fauci of NIH tells w. T O. P is Mike Murillo their arm or crucial steps you should take right now. Have you been spending lots of time and money cleaning? Dr Anthony Fauci says. It's helpful. But since the virus travels by air, you should put a lot of your focus on what he calls the big five masks. Physical distance, also avoiding crowded indoor sessions, then washing your hands and doing things out. There was more than into a small, he says. It doesn't mean you should need collect. Cleaning off surfaces, which is important, he believes. If you could focus on those, I think everything else may be important, but a little bit more secondary than those five primary ones. He had one more for businesses. Keep hand sanitizer. Containers filled Mike Murillo. W T o P. News. You can see the entire.

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"barbara underwood" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"barbara underwood" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Congressional redistricting, the country lots, congressional seats based on account of all residents. President Trump sought a new approach excluding undocumented immigrants, New York Solicitor General Barbara Underwood told the Supreme Court rejects the intent of the framers of the Constitution. People who live in a state without lawful immigration status still lived. There They are not invisible. Solicitor General Jeffrey Wall conceded this system. Recall president said. It didn't matter. The fact that you've got a fairly unbroken practice doesn't necessarily mean it's constitutionally compelled, excluding undocumented immigrants from the count would likely hurt states, more liberal and urban Erin Kotowski. ABC NEWS New York Broncos wide receiver Kendall Hinton is being praised by teammates and fans around the NFL stepping up as the Broncos quarterback during yesterday's game. He never played in an NFL game, and he tried to stay calm. The country lots, congressional seats based on account of all rest, no stress and banking wasn't going anything dying is just, you know, going out there and That's how to have fun and do the best we can detain, hitting hopes to be in another NFL game wherever he is needed. You know, I'm hoping to get on the field. No. Whatever Avenue that is with the special things are No, on the opposite side of bar. Yeah, I'm you know, doing whatever I can tow get another opportunity to get back out there. He completed one pass, but the Broncos did lose to the Saints 31 23. Dow industrials Closing Down today 271 points as some P 500 off by 17 of the NASDAQ Lost seven. This news brought to us by done right home improvements. Our next news updates at 2 30 I'm Susan Witkin on Keohane, NewsRadio a 50 A M and 94 1 FM calling.

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"barbara underwood" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"barbara underwood" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Carol Arizona has certified it's election results today with President elect Joe Biden. Receiving the most votes for President. Secretary of State Katie Hobbs says the voting process was safe, secure and effective, and also led to record turnout. There are more than 3.42 million ballots cast in this election. And turn out with nearly 80%. The last contested battleground state is now Wisconsin certification There will begin this afternoon after a recount confirmed that Biden won their into largely Democratic counties. The U. S. Supreme Court heard arguments today on President Trump's request to exclude undocumented aliens from the census numbers that will be used to reapportion congressional districts. Among the state's Bloomberg's Irv Chapman has more. The argument against the president was made by Barbara Underwood, solicitor general of the state of New York. The government can do many things to induce undocumented immigrants toe leave. They cannot declare them to be gone when in fact they're here and likely to remain government lawyer Jeffrey Wall told Chief Justice John Roberts. The court should wait. The president excludes those aliens. Then you have a post a portion of the challenge for the president, in effect to redo the a portion. But isn't that going to be like having to unscramble the eggs while said President Trump might choose in the end to exclude only some of the undocumented or even changed his mind? In Washington. Irv Chapman Bloomberg Radio. Transportation officials say nearly 1.2 million people went through U. S airports yesterday. That's the highest number since the Corona virus pandemic gripped the country back in March. Global news 24 hours a day on air.

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"barbara underwood" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"barbara underwood" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Wh a asked top story. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron plans to ask the U. S. Supreme Court today to hear the case involving governor Bashir's order closing all schools to in person learning. A federal appeals court ruled in the governor's favor. On Sunday. Cameron appearing on Fox News. I respect his responsibility to keep people safe, but we have to safeguard our religious freedoms here in Kentucky, and so when you tell folks who send their kids to religious affiliated schools, which is an act of worship within itself, That they cannot go to school it infringes upon the First Amendment rights. Bashir's order closed both public and private schools. The U. S. Supreme Court heard arguments today about President Trump's plan to exclude undocumented immigrants from congressional redistricting. Here's a B C's Aaron, Qatar Ski the country lots, congressional seats based on account of all residents. President Trump sought a new approach excluding undocumented immigrants, New York Solicitor General Barbara Underwood told the Supreme Court rejects the intent of the framers of the Constitution. People who live in a state without lawful immigration status still lived. There They are not invisible. Solicitor General Jeff Wall conceded this historical precedent, but said it didn't matter. The fact that you've got a fairly unbroken practice doesn't necessarily mean it's constitutionally compelled, excluding undocumented immigrants from the count would likely hurt states, more liberal and urban Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS NEW YORK Kentucky restaurants and bars affected by the covert 19 closure can begin applying for relief funds today bore from Haley Hanson. Governor Bashir ordered restaurants and bars to close in person dining for three weeks due to rising coronavirus cases..

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"barbara underwood" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"barbara underwood" Discussed on WTOP

"If it's available next month, Health experts say the elderly and health care workers will likely be first in line. Acting Solicitor General Jeffrey Wall tells the Supreme Court that the Trump Administration should be allowed to exclude people it deems as not settled legal residents in the US from being counted in the census. We some discretion to determine that at least some illegal aliens Black, enduring ties to the states. New York Solicitor General Barbara Underwood argues the census has always counted anyone residing anywhere. President elect Joe Biden has named key members of his economic team. CBS is Stephen Portnoy. Federal Reserve chair. Janet Yellen would be the first female Treasury secretary if she's confirmed. New president might have a tougher time getting his designated budget chief through the Senate if it remains in Republican hands. Neera Tanden of former Hillary Clinton aide has spent the past several years is the head of a liberal think tank. And she's used her platform to rail against GOP senators whose votes you might soon need to leave the office of Management and Budget. Steve Dorsey says the lame duck Congress is back in session, waiting a government shutdown when funding expires December 11th will be the most pressing task for Congress. But there's also mounting calls for more coronavirus economic relief after months of talks that have stalled Republicans want a smaller measure, while Democrats have been pushing for more than $2 trillion deal. And Arizona officials certified the state's election results formalizing Joe Biden's narrow victory over President Trump, former Pennsylvania college student has admitted poisoning his roommate 24 year old UK. Yang has pleaded guilty to attempted murder. The former chemistry major at Lehigh University in eastern Pennsylvania, admitted poisoning his roommates,.

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"barbara underwood" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"barbara underwood" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Seen since a pandemic started eight million people went through checkpoints over the past nine days. Alex Stone e be seen in the Supreme Court's heard arguments about President Trump's desire to change the census process. President Trump's plan to exclude undocumented immigrants from the count used to apportion seats in Congress ran into opposition from newly appointed Justice Amy Cockney Barrett. A lot of the historical evidence and long standing practice really cuts against your position. However, she asked New York Listener General Barbara Underwood. Whether the Supreme Court should wait until after President Trump decides which immigrants he wants to exclude. Wouldn't you just be back litigating those specific issues? Yes, I think we would. Yes, it's not clear it's even possible to count the number of undocumented immigrants in the country. Erin Keter SKI ABC NEWS, New YORK president elect Biden formally announcing his economic team, including nominee Janet Yellen. Who would be the first woman to lead the Treasury Department. If confirmed, the Dow is down over 370 points. You're listening to ABC News. This'd news radio. Wait. 40 w h a s your news now. Good afternoon. I'm Suzanne Duval News Radio. 8 40. Wh A Yes. Indiana reports over 5000 new coronavirus cases. The Indiana Department of Health reporting 5713 new cases, The positivity rate is holding steady at 10.8%. 38 newly reported deaths bring the death toll to 5456 at four this afternoon. We'll get Kentucky's latest numbers when Governor Bashir gives his first daily briefing of the week, Mayor Greg Fischer announces a major milestone for a software training program code. Louisville has now placed 543 of its graduates in the high paying tech careers. Louisville has added nearly 4000 new tech jobs since 2015 and is now seeing a faster growth rate and tech jobs and many of its peer cities. Following Sunday. 76 64 lost to Richmond, Kentucky drops 10 spots to number 20 In the AP Top 25. The Wildcats will face number seven Kansas Tuesday night tip off from Indianapolis. Except for 9 30. You're next news update. Is it three I'm Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40 W H. A S You're getting back to business. But how do you know you're making the.

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"barbara underwood" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"barbara underwood" Discussed on KOMO

"Nonstop news starts Now we get a live update now from ABC News. Come on, Whose time 11 o'clock. From ABC News. I'm Chuck's Iverson. November's ending with a new record this month alone. So far the U. S has recorded over four million new coronavirus cases. Surgeon top of the holiday surges what New York State is facing, says Governor Andrew Cuomo. In the new battlefield hospital capacity is the top concern. Period. It's about hospital beds. It's about I see you, and it's about having enough enough staff and enough equipment. Los Angeles County's 10 Million residents are as of today. Under a new stay at home order, Rhode Island has entered a two week pause. New evidence that many people ignored the warnings to avoid holiday travel. In the past week, the T S A has been announcing pandemic records and as expected, as many were coming home on Sunday and new pandemic. I was set of 1,176,000 people who went through security checkpoints and U. S airports that's way below the same day last year when it was almost 2.9 million, but the highest seen since a pandemic started. Eight million people went through checkpoints over the past nine days. Alex Stone e be seen in the Supreme Court's heard arguments about President Trump's desire to change the census process. President Trump's plan to exclude undocumented immigrants from the count used to apportion seats in Congress ran into opposition from newly appointed Justice Amy Cockney Barrett. A lot of the historical evidence and long standing practice really cuts against your position. However, she asked New York Solicitor General Barbara Underwood whether the Supreme Court should wait until after President Decides which immigrants he wants to exclude. Wouldn't you just be back litigating those specific issues? Yes, I think we would. Yes, it's not clear it's even possible to count the number of undocumented immigrants in the country. Erin get risky. ABC NEWS New YORK President elect Biden formally announcing his economic team, including nominee Janet Yellen. Who would be the first woman to lead the Treasury Department. If confirmed, the Dow is down over 370 points. You're listening.

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"barbara underwood" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"barbara underwood" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Holiday surges what New York State is facing, says Governor Andrew Cuomo. In the new battlefield hospital capacity is the top concern. Period. It's about hospital beds. It's about I see you, and it's about having enough enough staff and enough equipment. Los Angeles County's 10 Million residents are as of today. Under a new stay at home order, Rhode Island has entered a two week pause. New evidence that many people ignored the warnings to avoid holiday travel. In the past week, the T S A has been announcing pandemic records and as expected, as many were coming home on Sunday and new pandemic. I was set of 1,176,000 people who went through security checkpoints and U. S airports that's way below the same day last year when it was almost 2.9 million, but the highest seen since a pandemic started. Eight million people went through checkpoints over the past nine days. Alex Stone e B. CNN, the Supreme Court's heard arguments about President Trump's desire to change the census process. President Trump's plan to exclude undocumented immigrants from the count used to apportion seats in Congress ran into opposition from newly appointed Justice Amy Cockney Barrett. A lot of the historical evidence and long standing practice really cuts against your position. However, she asked New York Solicitor General Barbara Underwood whether the Supreme Court should wait until after President Decides which immigrants he wants to exclude. Wouldn't you just be back litigating those specific issues? Yes, I think we would. Yes, it's not clear it's even possible to count the number of undocumented immigrants in the country. Erin get risky. ABC NEWS New YORK President elect Biden formally announcing his economic team, including nominee Janet Yellen. Would be the first woman to lead the Treasury Department. If confirmed, the Dow is down over 370 points. You're listening to ABC News. It's Sarah Haines. From the view today, Stronger immunity and better nutrition are more important than ever..

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"barbara underwood" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"barbara underwood" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"New York State is facing, says Governor Andrew Cuomo. In the new battlefield hospital capacity is the top concern. Period. It's about hospital beds. It's about I see you, and it's about having enough enough staff and enough equipment. Los Angeles County's 10 Million residents are as of today. Under a new stay at home order, Rhode Island has entered a two week pause. New evidence that many people ignored the warnings to avoid holiday travel. In the past week, the T S A has been announcing pandemic records and as expected, as many were coming home on Sunday and new pandemic. I was set of 1,176,000 people who went through security checkpoints in U. S airports that's way below the same day last year when it was almost 2.9 million, but the highest seen since a pandemic started. Eight million people went through checkpoints over the past nine days. Alex Stone e be seen in the Supreme Court's heard arguments about President Trump's desire to change the census process. President Trump's plan to exclude undocumented immigrants from the count used to apportion seats in Congress ran into opposition from newly appointed Justice Amy Cockney Barrett. A lot of the historical evidence and long standing practice really cuts against your position. However, she asked New York Solicitor General Barbara Underwood whether the Supreme Court should wait until after President Decides which immigrants he wants to exclude. Wouldn't you just be back? Litigating those specific issues? Yes, I think we would. Yes, it's not clear it's even possible to count the number of undocumented immigrants in the country. Erin Keter SKI ABC NEWS, New YORK president elect Biden formally announcing his economic team, including nominee Janet Yellen. Who would be the first woman to lead the Treasury Department. If confirmed, the Dow was down over 370 points. You're listening to ABC News hiring can be challenging. Zip recruiter makes it fast and easy. We talked to Monica Starks, who needed to hire for her company, G s group as the owner of a construction company. Finding the right people is a very difficult task. So I use that recruiter,.

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"barbara underwood" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"barbara underwood" Discussed on WTOP

"Be blustery and cold. Even a few spotty showers. Even a few flurries will be possible with those showers. Especially out towards the mountains, though high is gonna be in the mid to upper forties 65 right now in the plate, But it's down to 52 Percival 64. Downtown Washington. All right, Thank you. Mad. It's 11 52 now. The U. S. Supreme Court heard arguments this morning in a case brought by New York and 21 other states over the administration's census policies. The New York Solicitor General Barbara Underwood, argued the Trump administration should not be allowed to move forward with the president's efforts to exclude people it deems has not settled legal residents in the US from being counted in the census. That is always included people who were in their ineligible to vote, including noncitizens, and it has also included people who were present in violation of law. The states and the A. C L U argued that the order could leave millions of people unaccounted and caused several large states to lose House seats. They say the constitution requires that everyone be counted. First lady Melania Trump has unveiled this year's White House holiday decor among those honored frontline workers and members of the military in a statement from the first lady from coast to coast, the bomb that all Americans share is an appreciation of our traditions. She writes the values in history and traditions, which were the inspiration behind the decorations this year. Three months ago, CNN broadcast some secret recordings of Mrs Trump profanely expressing irritation with the task of decorating the White House for Christmas. She said she was working hard on the project. But she said, Who cares about the Christmas stuff and decorations? Well, they're essential personnel just like health care workers in the fight against the Corona virus, But they're not first responders. They are the last responders. The people who take care of your loved ones. Once they're deceased, like healthcare workers, except we're in the death care in the street. Eric marches, the executive vice president of March funeral homes, he says Funeral restrictions have been hard on families. Hospital and nursing homes and then even the celebration of their light into restricted and he says the Corona virus has hit close to the workplace for employees to test positive. I've had two employees to pass. Stephanie Gaines Bryant. W T o P new. It's 11 54 Way made us a insurance for busy moms like Kate. She's a veteran made of flexibility to balance work home and her hobbies from starting the work day. Finishing her latest. Do it yourself project. So one another car accidentally bumped into hers while she was running an errand. Take didn't let.

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"barbara underwood" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"barbara underwood" Discussed on WTOP

"I'm Steve Cave and key case right now, before the U. S. Supreme Court the Trump administration's effort to exclude illegal immigrants from the census count. CBS is Steve Dorsey. Acting Solicitor General Jeffrey Wall argued the Trump Administration should be allowed to toss out census results from people it doesn't recognize is settled legal residents. The president has at least some discretion to determine that at least some illegal aliens. Black enduring ties to the states. The move could affect the Congressional representation states receive. New York Solicitor General Barbara Underwood is leading the states challenging the president's efforts. Millions of undocumented immigrants have lived here for decades and have substantial community ties. They're undocumented status doesn't erase their presence. Steve Dorsey CBS NEWS Washington Corona virus vaccine Before Christmas, Health Secretary Alexey Czar tells CBS Liz Morning that is possible, with another major company, putting its vaccine now before government regulators. A week ago, Fizer submitted their application for emergency authorization. And then Madonna today is going to be submitting with Fizer. We at the FDA announced an advisory committee for December the 10th. And if everything is on track, everything proves out what it appears to be. We could be looking at approval within days after that. Madonna's basically one week behind that infectious disease expert, Dr William Schaffner says it'll be important to convince reluctant people about safety. Once vaccines are out there, I think when healthcare providers themselves, take the vaccine and tell their patients and the general public that they think its safe and effective They will be reassured. Women are getting more key roles in the evolving Joe Biden administration, as we hear from CBS is Stephen Portnoy. Former Federal Reserve chair. Janet Yellen would be the first female Treasury secretary if she's confirmed. New president might have a tougher time getting his designated budget chief through the Senate if it remains in Republican hands. Neera Tanden of former Hillary Clinton aide has spent the past several years is the head of a liberal think tank. And she's used her platform to rail against GOP senators whose votes she might soon need to leave the office of Management and Budget. The president elect, meantime, is on the mend. After fracturing his right foot over the weekend. CBS is Nicole Killian, the president.

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"barbara underwood" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"barbara underwood" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"If CBS News on the hour presented by Capital one bank I'm Steve Cave and key case right now, before the U. S. Supreme Court the Trump administration's effort to exclude illegal immigrants from the census count CBS is Steve Dorsey. Acting Solicitor General Jeffrey Wall argued the Trump Administration should be allowed to toss out census results. From people it doesn't recognize is settled legal residents. The president had that we some discretion to determine that at least some illegal aliens lack enduring ties to the states. The move could affect the Congressional representation states receive. New York Solicitor General Barbara Underwood is leading the states challenging the president's efforts millions of undocumented immigrants and lived here for decades and have substantial community ties. They're undocumented status doesn't erase. Their presence. Steve Dorsey CBS NEWS Washington Corona virus vaccine Before Christmas, Health secretary Alexey Czar tells CBS this morning that is possible, with another major company, putting its vaccine now before government regulators A week ago, Fizer submitted their application for emergency authorization and then Madonna today is going to be submitting. With Fizer. We at the FDA announced an advisory committee for December the 10th. And if everything is on track, everything proves out what it appears to be. We could be looking at approval within days After that. Madonna's basically one week behind that infectious disease expert, Dr William Schaffner says it will be important to convince reluctant people about safety. Once vaccines are out there, I think Win healthcare providers themselves, take the vaccine and tell their patients and the general public that they think its safe and effective they will be reassured. Women are getting more key roles in the evolving Joe Biden administration, as we hear from CBS is Stephen Portnoy. Former Federal Reserve chair. Janet Yellen would be the first female Treasury secretary if she's confirmed. New president might have a tougher time getting his designated budget chief through the Senate if it remains in Republican hands. Neera Tanden of former Hillary Clinton aide has spent the past several years is the head of a liberal think tank. And she's used her platform to rail against GOP senators whose votes she might soon need to lead the office of Management and Budget. The president elect, meantime, is on the mend. After fracturing his right foot over the weekend. CBS is Nicole Killian. The president elect's.

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"barbara underwood" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"barbara underwood" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Then a New York AG, Eric Schneiderman will no longer Schneider Schneider. It's not in the picture. Barbara Underwood initiated an investigation. Into Trump Dacian which could reveal a lot of crimes, but the next step might be the new new York Attorney General Tisch James in bringing the Trump foundation investigation directly to Trump organization, and so that's on the state level on the federal level. I think one thing to keep a lookout for is Muller could wrap up his investigation that doesn't mean it's gonna wind down. He has a network of federal offices where he's already been farming investigations. So that Michael Cohen investigations already with SDN y the federal prosecutors in Manhattan, but the key thing today was a new set of subpoenas based on the Trump inauguration. Yes. And number of potential felonies that are again farmed out to the federal prosecutors in New York City and Kim Delaney in one of the problems with the pardon as the president has now known for more than a year as if you pardon someone that person than actually loses their fifth amendment, right because the person cannot incriminate himself or herself because the person's been pardoned, and therefore they just. Have to testify to a grand jury. That's absolutely right Lawrence. They can be compelled to testify now. Prosecutors would say they would rather have a witness would rather have somebody. They have leverage over to make sure that they are testifying truthfully. But if they can prove ally in that case, they can prosecute that person. For perjury. So apart is not inoculate Donald Trump from having witnesses testify against him. But, but look I think we can't lose sight of the fact that it's really important that the House Democrats are reopen. The investigation that was closed by House Republicans back in March twenty eighteen with a host of questions unanswered, then witnesses some thirty witnesses that the Democrats were not allowed to call subpoenas. They weren't allowed to issue. That's all going to happen now. And that information is going to go to the American public. And they're already that committee sending all of their transcripts of the interviews. They've done already to the special prosecutor for him to study for any possible perjury charges or anything that they might find KENDALL alien. Sugarman. Thank you both for joining us. Really appreciate. And when we come back, President Trump delivered a campaign reelection speech last night, and it sounded like he is running against socialism and congresswoman Alexandra Okaz, yo Cortez. That's next..

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"barbara underwood" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"barbara underwood" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Wow. What a week it's been now it's old home week with minivans. And you know, who's mentioned in baby got back to Jane Fonda who was our guest in that chair on Monday. Right something. I don't want a Honda on the back of her Fonda something. What I don't know. Suan Rockville, go ahead. Well, first of all I wanna say, hi, Chris. My honey. In rockville. I'm you look fabulous. Thank you. It looks like your life is treating you. Well, it's not it's not too shabby. Yeah. Do find that gay assured? You gotta be something doing something. Right. Happy day. K thank you. Have a great. We and we'll keep you trust me. You won't miss this thing. Yeah. Thank you for now. Every always makes me a little better. Even even when he's warning. Finally, may I know that Trump to your show. Yes. So let's give her a very dark morning. Yes. Has your children raised by strangers unless Jared cops a plea? All going to jail. The Trump foundation saved. Buenos dias to daddy kids. Yes. And daddy's not gonna help you you favorite. But he only knows how to save himself. Yeah. Toast. Thank god. For Barbara Underwood women again women who save America quietly doing it literally who is coming at him from every angle. I mean, it really is sort of extraordinary. Well, thirty years you Bill. An empire based on. He built us four billion dollars in debt. He was four billion dollars in debt and sold his soul and his life and all his companies to the Russian and they have come collect they plan carefully. And we are the unfortunate recipient of all of that. Yeah. But we're, but we're starting to speak daylight and. Yeah. Has to either get Jared. Copper plea or they gonna go off your old governor jail to her. So come on and soon we're going to let the sun shine in. Okay. All right. All right. Brian tweets. Hey, Sarah Sanders, saying the president has done nothing wrong. Three times fast won't make his problems go away. This is the law. Not beetlejuice. And Frank conifer who would've thought the publisher of the National Enquirer would turn out to be such a big gossip? Isn't it ironic is ironic? Don't you think? Right. The.

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"barbara underwood" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"barbara underwood" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is WNYC ninety three point nine FM and AM eight twenty NPR news and the New York conversation. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Nora raum. The federal government is now in the eleventh day of a partial shutdown NPR's Windsor, Johnston reports President Trump and congressional Democrats appear no closer to resolving their dispute over money for a southern border wall House Democrats still refused to approve Trump's five billion dollar demand for a border wall with Mexico. Instead, they're expected to kick off the new congress by introducing a legislative package that would reopen the government the measure includes full year appropriations for six of the seven outstanding funding measures and just enough money to fund the department of homeland security, which is at the epicenter of the border wall. Standoff through the first week of February NPR's Windsor Johnston on new California law that takes effect today. Allows public access to police records in use of force cases, capital public radio. Ios Nadine survive reports it's a victory for first amendment advocates California has a reputation for being secretive when it comes to revealing information on police misconduct. In addition to shedding light on us to force cases. The law also allows public access to sustained investigations into on the job dishonesty or sexual assault. Police departments will still be allowed to redact information and under certain circumstances established timelines under which they can withhold records. Capital? Public radio's Nadine survi-. This is NPR news. And this is WNYC in New York at six thirty two. Good morning. I'm David I mostly cloudy this morning becoming sunny today. It is fifty four degrees. Now Letitia James has been sworn in as New York's attorney general becoming the first black woman to hold statewide office. The sixty year old democrat took the oath of office in Albany just before midnight last night. She will participate in an inauguration ceremony on Ellis Island today, James. Predecessor four year old Barbara Underwood was appointed in may when Eric Schneiderman resigned amid allegations that he physically abused women Underwood did not seek election and is returning to her former position as the state's solicitor-general police are looking for a group of teens suspected of stealing an empty an empty MTA bus parked in the Bronx last week. The NYPD says the boss was parked near a hunts point shopping centre on Sunday, December twenty third when the group took it for a joyride police say the six suspects, drove the boss to various parts of Brooklyn and queens before bringing back to the Bronx undamaged just blocks from where it was stolen a date. Earlier a group of three stole a city Boston Brooklyn police say the two thefts may be linked..

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Trump Foundation shutting amid probe into donations

Dave Ramsey

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Trump Foundation shutting amid probe into donations

"Donald Trump charitable foundation has reached an agreement with the New York state attorney general to dissolve in the past President Trump said the New York attorney general's lawsuit against his nonprofit was politically motivated, and he wouldn't settle New York. AG Barbara Underwood responded. This is a straightforward case. Of violation of the laws governing charitable foundations and nonprofit corporations the AG is still seeking restitution and she wants Mr. Trump and his three oldest children to be barred from serving on the board of any other New York based nonprofit Underwood said the foundation illegally coordinated with the Trump presidential campaign and had acted as a checkbook to serve. Mr. Trump's

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Trump Foundation has agreed to dissolve, New York AG says

Ethan Bearman

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Trump Foundation has agreed to dissolve, New York AG says

"The New York attorney general's office says it blocked President Trump's foundation from voluntarily going out of business because the charity wanted to do so without oversight a spokeswoman for attorney general Barbara Underwood says the Trump foundation only sought to dissolve after I found itself under investigation two years ago. The sides agreed today to a court supervised plan for the foundations of fold and distributor remaining one point seven million dollars in assets to other charities under what alleged in a lawsuit last spring that Trump operated the foundation as an extension of his business and political

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Trump Foundation has agreed to dissolve, New York AG says

Sean Hannity

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Trump Foundation has agreed to dissolve, New York AG says

"This year. President Trump's charitable foundation will be shut down as part of a deal with New York's attorney general New York state attorney general Barbara Underwood says her office and the Trump foundation filed a joint stipulation setting a path to dissolve under the court supervision, this stems from a suit accusing the foundation of operating illegally as an arm of the president's private businesses and his campaign. Trump foundation lawyers argued that any illegalities found were minor at best as part. Of the deal foundation assets will be redistributed to organizations approved by Underwood's office. She also seeks to have the president and his eldest children banned from

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New York sues Target, Walmart over lead-contaminated toys

Buck Sexton

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

New York sues Target, Walmart over lead-contaminated toys

"State attorney general Barbara Underwood suing target, WalMart and Larose industries over sales of lead tainted children's toys Underwood said. Today that lab testing found that crazy jewels jewelry making kits contain lead levels up to ten times higher than the federal limit contaminated products were imported from China, then sold by target and WalMart between two thousand fifteen and twenty sixteen kits were already the focus of a nationwide

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US, United Kingdom And Marriott discussed on The Mentors

The Mentors

00:14 sec | 3 years ago

US, United Kingdom And Marriott discussed on The Mentors

"Rent news said last night the shooting occurred near Ogden's Christmas village, and it featured live, entertainment and cottages. Designed to resemble Santa's village at the North Pole. Breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. The US the United Kingdom breach agreement to maintain air service between the two countries after the Brexit. The so called open skies agreement will maintain the same access to the US the planes flying from the UK enjoy under the current US you repair treaty. The United Kingdom will no longer be under the US Europe treaty. Everett leaves the European Union vice between the two countries carry about twenty million passengers a year accounting for nearly a third of all air travel between the US and Europe that's corresponder Jeremy house, the New York attorney general's opening an investigation into a Marriott data breach that may have affected. Five hundred million guests it a tweet yesterday. The attorney general Barbara Underwood's had residents need to know that their personal information is safe Mary out says it unauthorized access to data at former Starwood hotels, which Marriott acquired two years ago has been taking place apparently since two thousand fourteen more details on these stories can be found

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New York Sues ExxonMobil

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:56 min | 3 years ago

New York Sues ExxonMobil

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything are the energy giant. Exxon Mobil is accused of misleading. Investors and shareholders analysts about the cost of climate change to the company's bottom line, New York's attorney general Barbara Underwood is suing the company for defrauding shareholders and NPR's. Wade Goodwin has the story. The lawsuit doesn't hold Exxon Mobil liable for helping to create climate change. It accuses the energy giant of misleading. The investing public about how global warming was affecting the value of the company's fossil fuel assets around the world, what the attorney general is essentially saying is you kept two sets of books. Thompsons Ello is the director of finance for the institute for energy economic. And financial analysis and former New York state comptroller Santillo says the allegations are about Exxon refusing to write down the value of its fossil fuel assets that are still in the ground two sets of books one in certainly that they were keeping. So that they understood what reality was and another more nuanced reality, if you will for the investment public the allegation really is that the company is not as big as it says it is and it's not worth as much as it says, it is Exxon declined to comment to NPR but released a statement that said in part, these baseless allegations or a product of closed door lobbying by special interests, political opportunism and the attorney general's inability to admit that a three year investigation has uncovered no wrongdoing. Exxon Mobil has moved to thwart the investigation by attorneys general in three states. Alleging it's a conspiracy involving the Rockefeller Foundation. Tort lawyers environmentalists and democratic Agee's Michael burger is a professor at Columbia law. School who specializes in climate change law. Burger doubts Exxon's conspiracy theories are going to hold up in court. This is about climate change. It's about the risks that regulation poses to the fossil fuel industry over the next half, century or more. But this particular complaints is about corporate fraud at the end of Wednesday's trading on Wall Street. Shares of Exxon Mobil were down about three percent. Wade goodwin. NPR news Dallas support for NPR. And the following message. Come from circus. Oh, crystal a frozen playground of world-class ice skating and stunning acrobatics. See it live at Capital One arena from December fifth to ninth tickets

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Exxon Mobil, Exxon and Attorney discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Exxon Mobil, Exxon and Attorney discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"Business report. Exxon Mobil, built a facade to deceive investors on the risk of climate change with that accurate in New York's attorney general has sued the big oil company, claiming Exxon courted investors such as the state's public pension funds with inaccurate information assuring that was managing the risks of climate change regulation to its business. When in fact, it was intentionally underestimating ordering them the lawsuit filed by attorney general Barbara Underwood is the latest in a series of actions claiming. The company has not been forthcoming about climate change lawsuit comes less than three months after the securities and Exchange

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New York sues Exxon for misleading investors on climate change risk

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

New York sues Exxon for misleading investors on climate change risk

"Today. New York state is suing Exxon Mobil, saying the company misled investors about the risks that climate change poses to its operations. Attorney general Barbara Underwood says Exxon courted investors such as the state's public pension fund with inaccurate information three months ago, the securities and Exchange Commission

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NY AG says Trump caused his foundation charity to break the law

All Things Considered

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

NY AG says Trump caused his foundation charity to break the law

"General Barbara Underwood is continuing to press her lawsuit against the Trump foundation. WNYC's Andrea Bernstein co host of our trumping podcast has more in a lawsuit filed this summer attorney general Underwood charge Trump and his children had used the Trump foundation to illegally bolster both his twenty sixteen campaign and his businesses bottom line. The Trump's argue the case should be thrown out. They say it's biased and moot. Because they were gonna shut down the foundation anyway, but the AG argues. Nope. The president Ivanka Don jR, and Eric who were all on the board

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New York lawsuit targets student loan debt relief fraud

The Takeaway

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

New York lawsuit targets student loan debt relief fraud

"York's attorney general is now suing a group of student loan debt relief companies who are accused of scamming students. Barbara Underwood has filed suit against nine defendants including debt resolve Inc. Student advocates LLC and Hutton ventures LLC, the state alleges that the companies contacted borrowers through social media and telemarketing misrepresented their services and charged illegal fees reportedly for debt relief services that are available for free Underwood says of the nearly ten million federal student loan borrowers behind on their payments, many were targeted in at least the last few years.

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Obama Speaks in South Africa

All Things Considered

02:17 min | 4 years ago

Obama Speaks in South Africa

"The State Department speaking in South Africa on the eve of what would have been Nelson Mandela's one, hundredth birthday former President Barack Obama making his most high profile appearance since leaving office eighteen months ago in his. Opening remarks he described the strange and uncertain times we are in without ever mentioning the name. Of Donald Trump unfortunately too much politics today. Seems to reject the very. Concept of objective Trump people just make stuff up Obama celebrated the life of Nelson Mandela while also offering a. Cautionary tale for progressives around the world saying they need to push back the speech could be a. Preview, of the fall when Obama is expected to campaign for fellow Democrats ahead. Of the November midterm elections Stocks finished higher on Wall Street today. After the fed gave an upbeat report about the economy to congress today the, Dow rose fifty five points, this is NPR news and you're listening to WNYC Jimmy Floyd the former New York state Senate leader and his son have been found guilty of bribery and extortion it's, the fourth corruption conviction of a major state official thus far this year Karen Dewick, reports from Albany dean and Adams scallops had been convicted in two, thousand fifteen of crimes that included the elder scallops arranging no show jobs worth three, hundred thousand dollars for his son but the conviction was. Overturned on appeal, in the retrial jury for the. Second time found both Scelo skill ty- on all counts in the second trial dean skeletons took the stand and testified that he did help get his son jobs but he said it wasn't in exchange. For political favors in the end the jury didn't. Buy his version they instead agreed with the prosecution that the job payments to add Atoms. Were actually bribes New York New jersey and Connecticut are suing the federal government over its new tax law new York Attorney General Barbara Underwood says when the feds. Curtailed the deduction for state and local taxes it ran afoul of the constitution, by interfering with states' rights, to make their own financial decisions congress deliberately targeted New York and similar states for unfavorable treatment.

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Trump administration must turn over information about 2020 census question

Morning Edition

02:55 min | 4 years ago

Trump administration must turn over information about 2020 census question

"Things have good on new jersey transit on the subways we have delays on the d train and alternate side parking rules are suspended today attorneys general from new york new jersey and fourteen other states have filed statements in federal court about what life is like for immigrant families separated at the us border the documents from children parents and organizations serving them come in support of emotion in a lawsuit the pursuing against the trump administration amy spittle nick is a senior policy adviser for new york ag barbara underwood we have for instance a south american boy he was pulled apart from his father at the mexican border and brought to a social services organization in new york where they found him about to jump out a window of his group home because he was so distraught to be separated from his family if the judge grants the motion the attorneys general will be allowed to interview parents in federal detention and provide information on their whereabouts new york governor andrew cuomo wants state health officials to oversee the blood testing of children who may have been exposed to lead paint in new york city's public housing buildings the announcement comes after it was revealed that the city has not been notifying parents of the results of earlier tests that showed children living in nitra apartments could potentially toxic levels of lead in their blood cuomo says his office has been receiving calls from anxious parents there in certain heard so many different accounts cuomo says state health commissioner dr howard sucker will meet with representatives from various new york city agencies niger tenants groups and the federal government to develop an independent system supervised by the state quote hundreds of thousands of children could be eligible the city says it's current program of free testing and home inspections is adequate a federal lawsuit challenging a question about citizenship status on the us census is moving forward a federal judge in new york has ordered the trump administration to provide information on its decision to include the question on the twenty twenty cents is form in a hearing yesterday judge jesse furman says there's evidence the administration acted in bad faith in new york new jersey and several cities and states around the country are suing the department of commerce and the census bureau over the question arguing it could result in an inaccurate count by discouraging immigrants from participating in the survey and the nypd won't be allowed to release anymore footage taken by officers body cams for awhile that's after a state appellate court temporarily blocked the practice the city's largest police union the patrolmen's benevolent association had argued that releasing the footage violates police officers writes this is wnyc support for npr comes from constant contact with email marketing tools that include drag and drop editing and customizable templates learn more at constant contact dot com american icon sometimes dive.

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Donald Trump, Kidnapping and Forced Sodomy discussed on Arizona's Morning News

Arizona's Morning News

01:43 min | 4 years ago

Donald Trump, Kidnapping and Forced Sodomy discussed on Arizona's Morning News

"His desire to stop the election of donald trump the justice department's internal watchdog says those messages sullied the fbi's reputation and cast a cloud over its investigation into hillary clinton's emails even if they did not affect the investigation itself fbi director christopher ray this report did not find any evidence of political bias or improper considerations actually impacting the investigation under review the report faulted former fbi director james comey for his handling of the probe new york attorney general barbara underwood is suing president trump and his foundation accusing him of illegally using the charities money to settle disputes involving his business empire and to boost his political fortunes during his run for the white house this is not either a sleazy or political action this is a straightforward case of violation of the laws governing charitable foundations the lawsuit against trump and the foundation directors children don jr eric ivanka seeks to point eight billion dollars in restitution and the dissolution of the foundation the suit details what it says was a closely coordinated effort by trump's campaign and the foundation to burnish his political image by giving out big grants of other people's money to veterans organizations during the runup to the iowa caucuses x nfl player kellen winslow junior has been arrested on suspicion of rape and other sex crimes against multiple victims in southern california authorities say allegations include forced sodomy kidnapping and indecent exposure last week windsor was jailed on suspicion of burglarizing a residence at a mobile home park that thirty four year old played for four teams between two thousand four.

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Westminster, Houston and Eightieth discussed on Thom Hartmann

Thom Hartmann

01:06 min | 4 years ago

Westminster, Houston and Eightieth discussed on Thom Hartmann

"Rescue equipment to successfully extricate them from the car no word on the condition of the two riders who fell but they were conscious when they were taken to the hospital the investigator general's report detailing errors made by the fbi leading up to the two thousand sixteen election calls former fbi director james comey quote end subordinate admonishing him for disclosing information related to the hillary clinton investigation report did find komi use a personal email account to conduct unclassified fbi business that fact was not lost on hillary clinton she tweeted sarcastically but my emails she believes that komi costs her this election abc's pierre thomas reporting the white house is firing back at the new york state attorney general's office accusing it of political bias after the state filed a lawsuit against the trump foundation now the suit accuses president trump and members of his family of using the foundation for business and political purposes and the president said that it was the disciples of eric schneiderman who ended up bringing this on behalf of the democrats it's barbara underwood who's been a career type of prosecutor and she is the one bringing this and in fact she pushed back on this notion that this is just schneiderman works he said this is not some sali's political trick she said this is a lawsuit alleging violations of charities law in in new york state and it's nothing more than that abc's aaron katersky brent blakely michael cohen's lawyer the stormy daniels case has filed a motion for a restraining order to stop daniels lawyer michael luvin ati from communicating with the press and or public regarding the merits of the case in the motion bakery says mr evans on a publicity tour this is abc news koa newsradio time is twelve oh two one person has been arrested in connection to a shooting in westminster on thursday afternoon that left one child dead and the woman and child with critical injuries the man injured in the shooting expected to survive the shooting happened near eightieth and sheridan in westminster just after three o'clock no lie gant was next door working in a kitchen at rusty's and i can hear the gentleman told the police officer that was a younger gentleman that was shot multiple rounds he had been hit multiple times houston daughter was it sounded like.

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Congress, Attorney and Marc Short discussed on Washington Today

Washington Today

02:02 min | 4 years ago

Congress, Attorney and Marc Short discussed on Washington Today

"Children don't you have any people that they go through jill more than that exchange today's white house daily briefing and last night cbs news reporting that press secretary sarah sanders was planning to leave her position later this year in response on twitter she said quote does cbs news know something i don't about my plans and my future i was at my daughter's year end kindergarten event and they ran a story about me in my plans to leave the white house without even talking to me ayman jabar's of cnbc following up at today's daily briefing officials here at the white house were reportedly eyeing the exits march raj shah and yourself you give us a sense of what to expect or any of those leading and what's the plan to replace i don't know that there's a need to replace them as i stated last night in a tweet addict cvs got a little ahead of their skis particularly since they put out a story about my thinking without ever actually talking to me that would be a little bit problematic in terms of personnel announcements i don't have any to make i can tell you that i show up here every day i love my job i'm glad to work for the president in each and every day i'll pray for clarity and discernment on what my future looks like right now i think the country's looks pretty good and i'm glad to get to be a part of that process and i'm going to continue to do my job that from today's daily briefing with white house press secretary sarah sanders the wall street journal though is reporting that white house legislative affairs director marc short is planning to leave his job ahead of the two thousand eighteen midterms sources telling the wall street journal that mark short is citing quote diminishing returns on getting president trump's a legislative goals through congress ahead of the november elections when the journal asked mark short to comment he said quote there are so many leaks in this building you can read more details at wsjcom new york's attorney general barbara underwood today following a lawsuit in new york supreme court alleging that.

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Inspector General report on Hillary Clinton email investigation to be released

Rush Limbaugh

02:15 min | 4 years ago

Inspector General report on Hillary Clinton email investigation to be released

"To our governor for making all this happen let's hope it lowers our taxes a little bit stockton rose any seven ten wwl new york's democratic attorney general is suing the trump foundation saying the foundation illegally supported the president's campaign and the president's businesses attorney general barbara underwood says the foundation was little more than a checkbook for trump and his businesses at trump is tweeting back that the foundation gave to charity more than it took in the justice department's inspector general is expected to release the report on the fbi's handling of the hilary clinton email investigation the assessment compiled by doj inspector general michael horowitz will be released this afternoon there's word report will be highly critical of former fbi director james comey as well as top fbi and doj she's a highly anticipated justice department inspector general's report on the handling of the hilary clinton email investigation comes out today which happens to be the president's seventy second birthday before heading out to the g seven summit last week president trump said the report would be a nice birthday present well it seems that it's coming out on my birthday baby that's appropriate let's see this report is expected to focus on former fbi director james call me and the decisions he made during the clinton investigation stephanie ramos abc news the white house president trump meeting with the buys irs today to consider imposing tariffs on chinese imports trying to urge the us to make a wise decision on trade and to settle the dispute with talks trump is scheduled on friday to outline revisions to his initial list of tariffs on fifty billion dollars worth of chinese goods japanese prime minister shinzo abe's considering a summit with north korean leader kim jong own but japan's foreign minister saying earlier today a summit would have to produce results on japanese citizens abducted by north korea obey has made that decadeslong issue his top domestic priority north korea admitted in two thousand and two that it abducted thirteen japanese citizens in the nineteen seventies and eighties mixed martial arts dr congo gregor trying to resolve criminal charges after a melee in brooklyn mcgregor left court in brooklyn after prosecutors said clean ago she asians are underway to resolve the charges that stemmed from him hurling hand truck and a bus full of mixed martial arts fighter cheers of this matter ufc fighters michael kiiza and.

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Film producer Weinstein indicted for rape: New York prosecutor

Morning Edition

02:13 min | 4 years ago

Film producer Weinstein indicted for rape: New York prosecutor

"And i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york a grand jury indicted harvey weinstein for rape and for forcing a woman to perform oral sex manhattan da cyrus van says the indictment brings the disgraced movie mogul another step closer to accountability weinstein's indictment yesterday came just hours after his lawyer said he would not testify before the grand jury because there wasn't enough time to prepare him weinstein has repeatedly denied any nonconsensual sexual encounters and his attorney claims that one of the women accusing weinstein of rape was in a consensual relationship both before and after the alleged attack acting new york attorney general barbara underwood says the offices marching full steam ahead under her leadership the state's newly confirmed attorney general held her first public media event yesterday following the resignation of former attorney general eric schneiderman earlier this month in the immediate aftermath of hearing the news everyone was stunned but we very quickly look started looking forward schneiderman step down on may eight hours after news broke that he allegedly abused multiple women underwood says she will serve out the remainder of the current term and does not plan to run for election to the post in the fall just seven percent of new york city's public schools have cameras located nearby to catch speeding motorists the mayor wants to change that wnyc's zoe azoulay reports if you're driving over the speed limit in a school zone with a speed camera you'll get a ticket in the mail for fifty dollars city officials say these fines have been effective in slowing traffic nair de and wants to double the number of schools down with cameras but that decision is up to the state legislature and the deadline is this summer if all but he doesn't act hundreds of thousands of children will be endanger the mayor's office say there's bipartisan support their opponents including democratic senator sympathetic there say that speak cameras are just a way to fill government coffers we do have a forty percent chance of some showers today patchy fog this morning otherwise cloudy with a high near sixty eight degrees this is wnyc this is morning edition from npr news i'm david green and i'm rachel martin there's one question parents rarely answer truthfully.

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Michael Avenatti: Trump's lawyer recorded conversations with clients

All Things Considered

02:23 min | 4 years ago

Michael Avenatti: Trump's lawyer recorded conversations with clients

"And this is wnyc in new york i'm jamie floyd a small plane has crashed in a wooded area in central long island suffolk county police say the aircraft crashed in millville shortly before two o'clock this afternoon a photo from the scene shows that thick black smoke and raging orange flames authorities say it appears there was at least one person on the plane and that person's condition is unknown we will bring you more details as they become available the attorney for stormy daniels is claiming there are revealing audiotapes about her among the millions of items seized from trump attorney michael cohen last month wnyc's andrea bernstein has more in court michael lebanonese said he'd been called by a member of the press who asked about an audiotape between his clients former attorney and michael cohen avenue agents say what was on the tape but accused cones lawyers of leaking and hinted there might have been some untoward collusion between daniels former lawyer cohen when they negotiated the hundred and thirty thousand dollar how should agreement about president trump but coen's lawyers said no way the audiotapes if any are kept under lock and key meantime judge kimba woods patients with avenue was wearing thin she told him he had to choose between his quote publicity tour and having status in her courtroom and new york's newly confirmed attorney general hells her first public event earlier today when she met with members of the media acting ag barbara underwood says the offices marching full steam ahead under her leadership following the resignation of former attorney general eric schneiderman earlier this month in the immediate aftermath of hearing the news everyone was stunned but we very quickly started looking forward schneiderman stepped down on may eighth hours after news broke that he allegedly abused multiple women underwood says she will serve out the remainder of the current term and she says she does not plan to run for election to the post in the fall this afternoon still sunny tonight a twenty percent chance of showers currently seventy seven degrees in central park at four zero six support for npr comes from wells fargo established eighteen fifty two and reestablish two thousand eighteen with a recommitment to customers working off.

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