35 Burst results for "Barbara Underwood"
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
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
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
"barbara underwood" Discussed on AP News
"Office is a shop and cafe an auditorium and special exhibitions. The building opens to the public next summer toys with lead levels up to ten times higher than federal limits have been imported and sold by target and WalMart. According to a lawsuit filed by the state of New York state attorney general Barbara Underwood says the lawsuit also. Larose industries importer of the jewelry making kids. Crazy jewels that were recalled in twenty sixteen spokespeople for WalMart and target both say the company stopped selling the toys after the recall. The lawsuit says the three companies committed thousands of violations of state laws regulating the safety of children's toys sold in New York. The lawsuit seeks civil penalties in court ordered assurances the toys won't be sold again in New York. New White House chief of staff named I'm Maguire with an AP newsmen that President Trump turns to someone inside the White House as his new chief of staff, Mike Grassi explains. After a choppy process that saw at least two candidates bowel out President Donald Trump has settled on White House. Budget director, Mick Mulvaney, as his new chief of staff Mulvaney will replace John Kelly who departs after serving as chief of staff for more than a year. White House says Mulvaney will also continue as budget director with his top assistant handling the day to day operations, a seventy seven year old girl from Guatemala who died after being picked up by the border patrol appeared to be in good health. When she was first detained homeland security secretary cures to Nielsen tells Fox News channel continue to look into the situation. But again, I cannot stress how dangerous this journey is little girl and her father when a group of more than one hundred sixty people many of them children found in a rugged area of New Mexico about ninety miles from border patrol post. I'm Tim Maguire. More news right after this..
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
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
George H.W. Bush, 41st president, dies at 94
"Served in congress as UN ambassador Republican party chairman investigator to China's CIA director and vice president before being elected as the forty first president in nineteen eighty eight as president he oversaw the end of the Cold War and the break-up of the Soviet Union. And he sent half a million American troops to the Persian Gulf to take on Iraq's Saddam Hussein George Bush was at the height of his popularity after victory in the Gulf war. But the economy turned south anti lost his bid for reelection eight years later, he watched as his son, George W Bush was inaugurated only. The second father son presidents in US history. Earlier this year, he ladies wife of seventy three years Barbara to rest again. Former President George Herbert Walker. Bush has died. I'm Dave Schreiber. This has been a special report from ABC news wins news time, twelve oh. Three New York. State attorney general Barbara Underwood has opened an investigation into a massive
Breaking Barriers, Letitia James Is Elected New York Attorney General
"Women working families immigrants, the LGBTQ community people with disabilities are black and Brown brothers and sisters and all of those who have been made to feel as if they don't matter. You matter you will always matter, and I will always fight for you. James will take over from thirty general Barbara Underwood who was appointed in may after attorney general Eric Schneiderman resigned following allegations that he physically abused women. A man who detonated a bomb at the city's busiest subway tunnel in Manhattan last year, stands convicted on terrorism charges are my sugar and spoke with jurors after they voted to send him to prison perhaps for life. I wanna give I think he's got the bomb love, which is why juror. Linda artists voted to convict twenty eight year old hula is the Bangladeshi immigrant accused of setting up a pipe bomb last year in the tunnel between the port authority bus terminal in the Times Square subway station, and he was convicted of terrorism for that. He could spend his life in jail. Jer artists voted, yes. On that charge. But isn't sure that he really is a terrorist. I
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
New York sues Exxon for misleading investors on climate change risk
"New York's attorney general Barbara Underwood suing Exxon Mobil now claiming the oil giant lied to investors about climate change. Now, Bloomberg news legal reporter, Eric Larsen. Joined anchor Steve Scott Mike Wallace yesterday to explain Joseph Exxon actually, accused of playing a role in climate change. No, that's not really part of the lawsuit. Although that seems to be sort of acknowledged by all parties involved that companies like Exxon, of course, contributed to climate change. But this is really about investors, and whether or
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
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
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
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.
DealBook Briefing: Elon Musk Smoked Weed On Air
"Be overturned and legal groups have stepped up to help people with the paperwork involved. Prosecutors in states where recreational marijuana use is now legal have been ceiling or overturning convictions. Gonzales says move a state where marijuana use is still illegal is unprecedented. Sherline wayne. Smarter diamond on Papa troll this morning. And speaking of we'd
Florence, Africa and Atlantic discussed on WBT's Morning News w/ Bo Thompson
"Stokes. New York is launching its own investigation into sex abuse cover ups in the Catholic church. Attorney general Barbara Underwood issuing subpoenas all eight the states diocese to review how they handled allegations of child sex abuse, the move coming in the wake of last month's bombshell. Grand jury report on sex abuse cover ups in
New York, New Jersey Investigating Sex Abuse And Cover-Ups By Clergy
"Investigations into sex abuse by Roman Catholic, clergy launched in New Jersey and New York WCBS reporter, Richard lamb takes a look at both New York's attorney general has sent out civil subpoenas part of the. Investigation into how church officials handled and possibly covered up allegations of sexual abuse of minors. Attorney general Barbara Underwood does not have the authority to take criminal action that rests with local prosecutors archdiocese of New York spokesman Joe's willing says it's no surprise to us that the attorney general would begin a civil investigation, adding and she will find the archdiocese of New York and the other seven dioceses in the state ready and eager to work with her in the investigation. And then New Jersey attorney general GU beer gray wall has appointed a task force to investigate allegations of sexual abuse and possible cover up in the Catholic church, and that will be headed by former Essex County prosecutor Robert Laurino. Here's Newark archdiocese. Spokesman Jim goodness in two thousand and two the archdiocese of Newark as well. As the other Catholic diocese in the state has been working with our local prosecutors and with the attorney general's office through mechanism called the memorandum of under. Standing as part of that mechanism. We reported all incidents of abuse. That may have occurred decades before that time, and we have been reporting everything that is coming to our attention since two thousand and two who says the church will fully cooperate with the
New Jersey, New York and York discussed on The Ray Lucia Show
"York New jersey attorneys general now following up on worked on in Pennsylvania to investigate decades of sexual abuse allegations covered up by the Catholic church. You been served all eight Catholic diocese in the state getting subpoenas from new York Attorney General Barbara Underwood at the same time. New Jersey attorney general beer, gray. Wall is announcing a task force with subpoena power all to investigate allegations of sexual abuse of children by priests. Tim Lennon heads up the survivors groups snap already know that the maybe ten other states other than New York and New Jersey. Discussing exploring New York archdiocese spokesman Joseph Zwilling says they are not surprised by this subpoena and will continue to cooperate with any
"barbara underwood" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It is seventy seven degrees at one o'clock. Good morning. I'm sue Guzman. Police in people in queens neighborhoods, say they're having a harder time getting to sleep. That's because there's a serial burger that has broken into at least four apartments a lean. Lebron was one of the people who had her home burglarize back door my back window when he didn't get any luck with my house who went across the driveway to my neighbors hap- top saying he gets in by climbing through rear window, sometimes while as victims are sleeping. He hasn't hurt anyone, but he has gotten away with about five hundred bucks and fifteen hundred dollars worth of jewelry in at least four burglaries and Woodhaven. Since may the NYPD is asking anyone with information to contact police. The Mario Cuomo bridge is set to open tomorrow, but celebrations begin today has governor Cuomo holds a ceremony celebrating the completion of the structure. Newsday reports that former secretary of state Hillary Clinton will speak at the event the four billion dollar bridges replacing the tappan Zee bridge and is expected to help lessen traffic congestion in the area. Some are accusing the governor of carefully planning. This the opening days. Just ahead of next week's primary against Cynthia Nixon. People are in police are investigating the death of an infant in east Harlem cops call to a department on one eleven east one hundred seventeenth street shortly before eight last night, they found the four month old infant boy, unconscious and unresponsive. He was taken to Harlem hospital where he was pronounced dead at topsy is planned to determine the cause of death. And so far no arrests have been made both of the attorneys general in New York and New Jersey are probing alleged sexual abuses in the states Catholic diocese the states to top prosecutors launching investigations each releasing statements, citing the damning, Pennsylvania grand jury report in which over one thousand victims of sexual abuse at the hands of Catholic priests were identified over a seventy year period. Attorney general Barbara Underwood has subpoenaed all eight of New York's Roman Catholic diocese, New Jersey. AG Gerber gray wall has formed a taskforce each of them setting up a victim hotline as well James flippin for seven. W O origin. Terry actor Burt Reynolds has died at the age of eighty-two. And there are new details on how he died. More from correspondent, Alex stone in Florida. The Martin county sheriff's department says it got a nine one one call from Burt Reynolds home, the caller asking for an ambulance for an eighty two year old man who was having difficulty breathing rescue teams made contact with Reynolds and his caretaker he was then sent to a hospital where he died. The reports his family members were with them for what may have been cardiac arrest at university says it is suspending all of its fraternities and sororities until further notice how Bush reports say the move is in response to serious conduct violations that university's president sent a letter to the campus community saying all events including recruitment. Social activities are suspended following a series of high profile deaths involving alcohol and hazing at other institutions and unspecified violations within the university..
New York, New Jersey and York discussed on 24 Hour News
"In New York and New Jersey are investigating the Roman Catholic church is handling of sex abuse by priests new York Attorney General Barbara Underwood as Scipion at all eight diocese in the state and her New Jersey counterpart Gerber gray wall is put together a task force with subpoena power to investigate allegations of sexual abuse by priests in a church cover up, Tim Lennon is president of these survivors groups snap, I strongly commend their efforts to have an independent investigation were they have subpoena. Power spokesman Joseph Zwilling at the New York archdiocese says he's not surprised by the subpoena that they welcomed the investigation and will continue to fully cooperate.
"barbara underwood" Discussed on 710 WOR
"They will get everything back by eleven AM. Tomorrow. Police are investigating the death of an infant in east Harlem cops are called to the apartment at one eleven east one hundred seventeenth street shortly before eight o'clock tonight and found the form of old infant boy, unconscious and unresponsive. He was taken. Harlem hospital where he was pronounced dead. An autopsy is planned to determine the cause of death. So far, no arrests have been made both of the attorneys general in New York and New Jersey are probing alleged sex abuse cases in the states Catholic diocese the states to top prosecutors launching investigations each releasing statements, citing the damning, Pennsylvania grand jury report in which over one thousand victims of sexual abuse at the hands of Catholic priests were identified over a seventy year period. Attorney general Barbara Underwood has subpoenaed all eight of New York's Roman Catholic diocese, New Jersey. AG Gerber gray wall has formed a task force each of them setting up. A victim hotline is well James flippin for seven ten w Argentaria actor Burt Reynolds is dead at the age of eighty-two in Florida and new details are emerging and how he died more from correspondent, Alex stone in Florida. The Martin county sheriff's department says it got a nine one one call from Burt Reynolds home, the caller asking for an ambulance for an eighty two year old. Man, who was having difficulty breathing rescue teams made contact with Reynolds and his caretaker he was then sent to a hospital where he died there reports his family members were with them for what may have been cardiac Iran university says it's spending all of its return ity since sororities until further notice published reports say the move is in response to serious conduct violations. The university's president sent a letter the campus community saying all events, including recruitment and social activities will be suspended following a series of high profile deaths involving alcohol and hazing at other institutions and unspecified violations within the university. The move affects about seven hundred fifty students at Monmouth. Now there are late night on Capitol Hill is confirmation hearings continue for supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh Cavanaugh. Trying to assure Democrats on the Senate Judiciary committee that he will be an impartial Justice saying the president cannot overrule the courts, but Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey had a hard time believing that too that credit. Suspicion that people might have that the system is somehow rigged. And the president is putting somebody up just to protect him from a criminal investigation says he knowingly violated Senate rules when he released confidential documents about supreme court nominee cavenaugh. He said this is the closest he'll probably ever have in his life to an IM Spartacus moment part of the current expansion. Apprentice station is now going to include a brand new entrance. Governor Cuomo says the entrances to the nation's largest transportation hub or lengthy and narrow we wanna make sure that people can get in and out of Penn quickly announcing a giant new entrance to Penn station. That's going to be built as.
"barbara underwood" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"York. Attorney general Barbara Underwood subpoena all eight Roman Catholic diocese in the state. As part of our offices investigation into the church's handling of sex abuse, allegations Underwood's offices, pursuing a civil investigation into how church leaders responded to reports of abuse comes three weeks after a grand jury investigation found rampant sexual abuse of more than three thousand children by three hundred priests in Pennsylvania. With the heat on again, many students. Get a half day of school WABC is Bob Brown explains. Temperatures are expected to feel like one hundred degrees in parts of the area. Not what you would expect on the first day of school schools in Jersey City will be closing early. The problem. No air conditioning many school districts in the state closing by midday. New York City is working on installing Eric conditioning and thousands of classrooms. The goal is to have a see in all classrooms in four years. Bob brown. WABC news. A gunman opened fire this morning in a building in the heart of Cincinnati attack. That left him and three other people dead. Police say the shooting sent people scrambling across the city's fountain square cries of shooter. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, speaking out in support of his fellow democratic senators who made public classified emails related to the background of supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh Republican majority. Trump administration and breath Kavanagh have prevented the Senate and the American people from being truly able to vet a nominee who could affect the lives of Americans for generation the Trump administration saying today, it plans to circumvent a standing quarter government that governs. How children are treated in immigration custody in part to detain families longer way to determine migrants from crossing the southwestern border illegally an F. Your former UN secretary general Ban Ki moon has been sentenced to six months in prison in the bribery case. You young bond was sentenced today in Manhattan federal court for his role in trying to pay two and a half million dollars in bribes to rescue failed eight hundred million dollar Vietnam real estate deal a computer programmer accused of working at.
"barbara underwood" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"So a month after she flipped gene, the taxi king Friedman securing his cooperation with prosecutors in exchange for lenience in the charges against him, which ultimately looks like it led to the conviction of Michael Cohen yesterday or the guilty pleas. Michael Cohen yesterday just one month after she flipped Jean Friedman. Barbara Underwood filed a civil lawsuit. This civil lawsuit on behalf of the people of New York against President Trump's charitable foundation. You can see there at the top people of the state of New York. By Barbara d Underwood attorney general of the state of New York against Donald J Trump Donald Trump, junior Ivanka Trump, Eric Trump, and the Donald J Trump foundation quote for more than a decade. The Donald J Trump foundation has operated in persistent violation of state and federal law. This pattern of illegal conduct by the foundation and its current members includes improper and extensive political activity repeated and willful self-dealing transactions and failure to follow basic fiduciary obligations or to implement even elementary corporate formalities. As required by law lawsuit filed by Barbara Underwood against the Trump foundation alleging that before Trump ran for president. He used his foundation as a fake charitable enterprise that really only benefited himself. Once he started running for president. According to this lawsuit from Barbara Underwood, he basically converted his foundation into a fake terrible. Foundation that didn't just benefit himself anymore. Now it was a vehicle for making illegal campaign expenditures on behalf of his campaign for president. And when she filed that lawsuit in June, a lot of the allegations that she made against Trump's foundation, we're familiar p particularly to anybody who followed David Farren holds Pulitzer prize winning reporting in the Washington Post in which he had doggedly cataloged the nodded all charity lake finances of Donald Trump's supposed- foundation. But in this lawsuit, Underwood added some very specific evidence including dropping pictures of some of it right into the text of the lawsuit. For example, she put in stuff like this handwritten note, see them in the right side of your screen. There handwritten on Donald J, Trump stationary written indulge Trump's very recognizable handwriting. His signature all cap style written with sharpie to Alan w Allen Wiesel Berg, the money guy at the Trump organization. He apparently was listed as the treasurer of the Trump foundation for a decade without even knowing he was listed as such until he got deposed by Barbara Underwood's investigators, and they told him and he was like, I'm what. Now I'm the treasurer. I've been the treasury for how long nobody told me. But there's this note in the middle of the lawsuit, Allen w Donald J Trump foundation, one hundred thousand dollar payment to fisherhouse, and then in parentheses. It says, what for settlement of flag issue in Palm Beach. Okay. Signed d..
"barbara underwood" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Rested its case without calling any witnesses closing arguments are scheduled for tomorrow morning the jury will get the case after that to the Trump campaign files an arbitration action against former eight maroshek manigault. Newman claiming her new book and media tour breach our confidentiality agreement with the campaign and three of Pennsylvania grand jury report says more than. Three hundred Catholic priests abused more than a thousand children in six diocese over a period of decades officials say the number of victims is likely. Much, higher governor Cuomo and state attorney general Barbara Underwood or suing a major pharmaceutical company for deceptively marketing opioids smack Rosenberg has more a scheme is how the governor and AG describe it by Stanford based Purdue pharma to downplay the risks. Of opioids by not letting patients know that there were links between long-term opioid use and abuse and addiction. That's the, big claim in a lawsuit filed as part of a Barbara Underwood's investigation into the. Opioid crisis she says Purdue pharma new all the dangers involved in prescribing the drugs like Oxycontin but that lied and saying the withdrawal from, its, products could be easily manage any AG says the company did it all for money so that it could increase sales of opioids all recklessly disregarding New Yorkers health and wellbeing the goal of lawsuit is simple to make produce stop with. The governor called violating the law and to pay up for damages to the state MAC Rosenberg WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty This is primary day in Connecticut WCBS Sean Adams says in the race for governor, it's a choice between seven candidates in the two. Parties President Trump is. Not popular.
"barbara underwood" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Yeah I don't know this is more money's being devoted to you know handing. Handing out income redistribution less to the fundamental, purposes the core competencies of. Government in my opinion at least we can get straws off the street finally shifting gears, the Trump, administration unveiling its plan to roll back car pollution rules it would freeze. Regulations, requiring car makers to build cleaner more fuel-efficient models and would challenge the rights of, states like California to set their own emission standards New, York's attorney general quick to respond saying she's going to sue Barbara Underwood leads. A coalition of twenty attorneys general calling the proposal reckless any illegal and says it's gonna, make Americans breathe dirtier air while paying higher prices at the, gas, pump, well, this. Is a this is more complicated, than it sounds because to a certain extent when you put, these mileage restrictions on the car companies what they do is they make a car or to. That get, forty. Miles And. The gallon that very few people buy, but remake, them so that brings down the average of their fleets, and blah blah blah it, does that doesn't, have a necessarily any effect on the air it. Just, makes the, car company make a car that nobody wants very few people want, to bring down their averages right which is true of so much bureaucratic regulation companies find ways to follow the letter of the law and invade the spirit. Of it because people mostly want really big, stuff there's way more demand. For that then there is for the tiny things that get forty miles again just as, Transportation Security, Administration is is prompting a lot of talk today they're considering supposedly.
"barbara underwood" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Expensive, etc etc So. Yeah, I don't, know more money's being devoted to you know handing handing out income, redistribution less to the fundamental purposes the core competencies of government in my opinion at least we can get straws off the street finally shifting gears the Trump administration unveiling its plan to roll back car pollution, rules it would freeze regulations. Requiring carmakers to build cleaner more fuel efficient models and would challenge the rights to states, like California to set their own emission standards than New York's attorney general quick to. Respond, saying she's going to sue Barbara Underwood leads a coalition of twenty attorneys general calling, the proposal reckless any illegal and says it's gonna make, Americans breed dirtier air well paying higher prices at the gas pump well this is a this is more complicated. Than it sounds because to a certain extent when you put, these mileage restrictions on the car companies what they do is they make a car or to. That get, forty. Miles The, gallon that very few people buy but remake, them so, that brings down the average of the fleet and blah, blah blah it does that, doesn't have a, necessarily any effect on the air it just makes. The, car company, make a car that nobody wants their very few people want to, bring down their averages right which is true of so much bureaucratic regulation companies find ways to follow the letter of the law and invade the spirit of it because people mostly want really big stuff that, there's way more demand for. That then there is for the tiny things that get forty miles again just as Transportation, Security Administration is is prompting a lot of talk today they're considering supposedly ending security. Screening, of passengers at smaller airports around the country to focus their efforts at the largest, airports if the changes made.
"barbara underwood" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Been unfairly keeping out the competition the thing that. Has to do now is of course to stop but Google CEO Sundar Pichai wrote. In a blog post that the, European Commission ignores the fact that Android phones compete with iphones he also pointed out that users can delete the preloaded Google apps download other, competing apps. Laura sydell NPR news before the close the Dow was up nearly eighty, points This is NPR news. And I'm Jamie Floyd for WNYC six states in New York City. Are suing, the federal, government saying it is unlawfully forcing them to engage in federal immigration enforcement to receive anti-crime funds last year the Justice department began requiring localities that receive certain federal grants to give the department of homeland security access to local, detention facilities and information, about its immigrant populations New York's attorney general Barbara Underwood says that's. Unconstitutional local law enforcement has the right to decide how to meet, local public safety needs and the Trump administration simply does not have the right to require state and local police to act as. Federal immigration agents the department of Justice did not respond to a, request for comment and, officials are warning people to take precautions against a species of tick newly found In Westchester county Byron back in San is an epidemiologist at the State Department of. Health he says researchers still need to determine whether the long horned. Tech can spread lime disease or other bacteria to humans. We have to figure out if to stick likes to feed on mice for example that would be its way to pick up the bacteria that causes. Lime whether, or not even likes to feed on people along horned tick is usually found in Australia and East Asia but has recently been found in New Jersey and other. Eastern states back in San recommends checking your pets. Clothes and body for tax after going outside and using d. or other insect repellents. And beaches along the south shore of Long Island are closed after two children were possibly bitten by sharks Suffolk County police. Say they received a separate reports of people bitten off the coast at two beaches a thirteen year old boy was bitten bodyboarding off Allen Teague beach And fire island a spokeswoman for fire islands national seashore which runs sailors haven beach about four and a half miles. Further east says a twelve year old girl was bitten while waiting And. Currently. It is eighty.
"barbara underwood" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Ten thousand dollars well, Barbara Underwood is here to tell you that, that's unconstitutional they, have, a constitutional. Right to be reimbursed for the state taxes by the federal government let's listen to the statement from Barbara Underwood Hello everyone I am New York low general Barbara Underwood along, with the attorneys general of Connecticut, Maryland New Jersey my office has just filed. Suit to stop congress from unfairly targeting our state's taxpayers by largely eliminating. Their ability to deduct state and local taxes on their federal income tax Let's, let's stop. Right there for let's let's operate there from we'll we'll come back to her next argument but this was not targeted this is the same deduction applied to all fifty states People who are itemizing. Their taxes can only deduct, the ten thousand dollars in state and local taxes now I have to tell you that that applies. In my state. My statement sodas a fairly high, tax states it's the highest tax, state but it's one of the. Higher tax states and that's going to, bite here in Minnesota as. Well won't bite me I don't make enough money to To to, get bitten by this and and under. The new tax proposal I probably wouldn't be itemizing anyway because the personal deduction. Was, doubled and it makes it less attractive to do itemization at that point in, time but just the same. It's a it applies to, every single state it's the same deduction that applies to every single faith there isn't a special cap. On New York. Residents for instance which would probably Create some issues. Of constitutionality so keep that in mind when you listen to the rest of this explanation all let's go back to it until now every single, federal income tax law, has provided, a deduction for all or nearly. All state and local taxes in order to protect the. Right of the states to invest as necessary last, year for, stars time stopping I I don't know, how this is an issue. Of the constitution the right of the states to invest is not being is. Not, being limited here what's being limited is. The responsibility of the federal government to reimburse certain citizens in order, to cover an order to cover for the high taxes that those states are lobbying for the and I'm going to use scare quotes here, investments They are imposing on their citizens We don't have enough time. To go through the. Entire statement you can read this AG dot NY dot gov it's a press release and basically you can read the entire argument here and the. The this is the basic constitutional argument for the entire rest of the United States every federal income tax law protected sovereign interests of the states. By writing a deduction for all or a significant portion of state and local. Taxes, this uninterrupted. History demonstrates that the unprecedented cap on the..
"barbara underwood" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"You're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on wcbs good morning i'm maria garcia three things to know at three fifteen one from the trump campaign to the jailhouse paul manafort locked up for alleged witness tampering to after suing president trump's foundation new york attorney general barbara underwood now investigating another charity run by eric trump and three new jersey apparently headed for a government shutdown that's after a budget meeting between the governor and leaders of the student senate ended in what some call a total breakdown on friday a police officer in palisades park who is gay claims he was fired because he complained about a council member using a homophobic slur wcbs steve burns with the story the borough council in palisades park voted friday morning to terminate officer robert vito was the culmination of a monthslong battle one that defeat devito's attorney says never should have happened matt priori says it started when councilman henry rew used a homophobic slur in describing a school board member is openly gay and expressed dissatisfaction with the use of the term and looked at him in disbelief ruben corrected himself priori says and use the word pedophile instead by client promptly reported the conduct to the borough administrator then voted to table the investigation into himself priori says into internal affairs reports were filed against a veto both of which priori calls retaliatory second complaint believe it or not was a complaint filed by councilman ru claiming that my client is harassing him we have no idea what the basis of the complaint is a lawsuit is on its way priori says councilman roo did not return our requests for comment steve burns wcbs newsradio eight eighty police on long island have released a sketch of one of the two men they are looking for the attempted kidnapping of two eight year old girl in many ola the girls were in a gated backyard on tuesday afternoon playing in the men's showed up asked for their names and if they wanted to to go for a ride then they chased girls around the yard police say one of the girls was pushed down to the ground hit in the face twice she screamed men took off meanwhile the other girl got out of the art into her house where she told her mom was happening the mom called police you could see a sketch of the suspects at wcbs eight eighty dot com tv host chris hardwick former girlfriend.
"barbara underwood" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"I caught we park new york wins news time seven twenty two new york attorney general has president trump and his kids everybody except baron at least for allegedly using their nonprofit as a personal checkbook for the president's own benefit barbara underwood says the biggest beneficiary to president trump's charity was president trump and while trump calls the allegation sleazy underwood's says no there's nothing sleazy about it is just plain old everyday textbook law we brought this case when we were confident that we had the evidence in the legal arguments toback it up and it was not obviously was not settled that's usually how cases are brought there's nothing unusual about that but back at the white house it didn't take long for the press secretary sarah sanders to turn on the current ag and blame it on the old ag previous new york ag who was forced to retire in disgrace made it stated mission to use this matter to advance its own political gain and the current acting new york ag has stated that battling the white house is the most important job she's ever done that sounds outrageously bias and certainly problematic onto was says it sounds blah blah blah she says it's a cut and dry case two point eight million dollars in restitution please and while you're at it the says it's probably best if you shut down that foundation wins news time seven twenty four the eagerly awaited report from the justice department's inspector general is out and it's faulting former fbi director james comey for his handling of the hilary clinton email investigation but perhaps not as much as some would like as we hear from correspondent saga megani tonight the.
"barbara underwood" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Recall not long ago when eric schneiderman had to resign because of revelations about his personal life and alleged abuse of of his romantic partners there was some concern about the future of this lawsuit because people knew this had been grinding along for a long time i think what barbara underwood the new york attorney general is saying today is whoever's the ag were moving ahead with this the office is moving ahead with this and of course the president hasn't wasted much time responding the president did just tweet and i'll read you a little bit of that tweeted says the sleet and i'm quoting the president here the sleazy new york democrats and they're now disgraced and run out of town ag eric schneiderman are doing everything they can do to sue me on dacian that took in eighteen million eight hundred thousand dollars and gave out to charity more money than it took in nineteen million two hundred thousand dollars and then the president says i won't settle this case your reaction you we also have a somewhat more measured response from a spokesperson for the trump organization and what i think is really interesting in that response is is the following statement and i quote the reason the foundation was able to donate more than it took in is because it had little to no expenses this is unheard of for a charitable foundation translation they have no staff right there was no operations no wonder it was entirely merged with the trump organization that was a problem according to the new york attorney general and it manifested itself in a lot of different ways for example the trump foundation settling lawsuits for donald trump or trump hotels or trump resorts basically on his behalf in matters that didn't concern the foundation in any way basically if the same staff is working for trump hotels and for trump office buildings and also for the foundation maybe they're not making some very needed distinctions there ilya marritz is with me from wnyc and we're talking about the new york attorney general who's filed a lawsuit against president trump has family and the trump foundation ilia.
"barbara underwood" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Officially get a new attorney
"barbara underwood" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"General today barbara underwood until recently the state solicitor general has been serving as acting attorney general since the disgraced eric schneider even stepped down earlier this month members of the state legislature have approved letting her hold the post until the end of the year the attorney general job will be on the ballot this november for voters to decide the wonder would has already said she won't run schneiderman abruptly resigned two weeks ago after four women accused him of physical abuse comments by the homeland security secretary are raising a few eyebrows because she didn't seem to know that russia tried to influence the two thousand sixteen election to benefit president trump that conclusion made public well over a year ago by the us intelligence community here on capitol hill to brief house members about russia's continuing attempts to influence the midterm elections secretary of homeland security to nielsen emerging nielsen saying she's not aware of january twenty seventeen intelligence community report about russia's presidential election efforts to help donald trump i do not believe that i've seen that conclusion what is the specific intent was to help president trump wayne i am not aware that nielsen ads there's no reason to doubt what the reporter asked or what the assessment determined only forty or so house members attended the briefing bob costantini capitol hill wins news time four zero six a minute of silence all across britain earlier today it was exactly one year ago the twenty two people died in terror attack at an arianna 'grande concert at the manchester arena many more will wounded prince william and british prime minister theresa may joined victims families survivors.
"barbara underwood" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Someone to essentially in the event of somebody's resignation or absence shall appoint a replacement there is no timetable for that so technically the legislature can take their sweet time although i know that you know everybody and their mother has indicated interest in this job in his campaigning very aggressively mostly behind the scenes frankly and you know whereas the legislature essentially shall should be interpreted as as must play a role in the appointments process here they certainly have the option frankly to appoint officially acting attorney general barbara underwood to continue in her position that is an option and the the the the problem here is is with the legislature having essentially a thumb on the scale to advantage one person over the other and take it out of a competitive process that the voters have really a chance to a fair chance to weigh in on how much and we were talking yesterday and a lot of other media have talked the last day about how there are all these other political agendas coming into play with legislatures deliberations over who's going to be the acting attorney general the legislature especially the assembly which has most of the power here is likely to want one of its own so somebody who's not going to be too tough on the legislature from the position of attorney general at a time when of course many legislators are under scrutiny for ethics violations in recent years and things like that there was talk about maybe wanting tisch james in new york public advocate together out of the way from the from the twenty twenty one mayoral election in support of some other potential democratic candidates for twenty twenty one if the interim appointment of her makes it more likely that you'll get the actual election in november of this year.
"barbara underwood" Discussed on WINS 1010
"At one fifty one on ten ten wins wins news time one forty two barbara underwood has been named acting new york state attorney general she is currently the solicitor general of new york and takes on the new role after eric schneiderman stepped down following bombshell allegations of domestic abuse four women said he physically abused them usually after he'd been drinking too went on record with the new yorker magazine schneiderman denies the allegations in a statement underwood said she's honored to serve and that the critical work of the office would continue without interruption well this morning we heard from governor cuomo embracing the courage to come forward governor cuomo says it's essential that attorney general schneiderman accusers get their day in court to have the opportunity to tell a district attorney the facts and circumstances in manhattan da sivan's has already opened it investigation so listener general barbara underwood is now acting attorney general she was a solicitor general when i was at torney general she's an extraordinarily competent woman and the governor says rather than the legislature russian voting for a replacement voters can decide in november al jones ten ten wins in lower manhattan wins news time one forty three rutgers university says to students on two of its campuses have been found dead over the past few days the latest was yesterday that's when the body of a sophomore was discovered outside the hardened burkhalter dorm on the new brunswick campus no word yet on the cause but authorities say flat foul play is not suspected campus police are investigating at busch campus in piscataway middlesex county prosecutor's office is looking into the death of a rutgers graduate student found dead friday that death is also not seen as suspicious wins news time one have you ever spent.