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Biden pledges `whatever it takes' to assist tornado victims
"President president Biden Biden is is promising promising federal federal support support to to help help those those victimized victimized by by winter winter tornadoes tornadoes that that tore tore through through Kentucky Kentucky and and seven seven other other states states after after a a helicopter helicopter tour tour to to view view miles miles of of tornado tornado devastation devastation and and may may feel feel Kentucky Kentucky first first hand hand president president Biden Biden met met with with local local officials officials I'm I'm here here to to listen listen the the president president went went on on to to Dawson Dawson springs springs a a Kentucky Kentucky town town of of three three thousand thousand people people that that was was the the hometown hometown to to Kentucky Kentucky governor governor Andrew Andrew Bashir's Bashir's father father to to me me this this was was always always a a safe safe place place bad bad things things did did not not happen happen here here until until Saturday Saturday amid amid the the roar roar of of chainsaws chainsaws by by and and talk talk with with residents residents whose whose houses houses had had the the windows windows and and roofs roofs torn torn off off and and walked walked past past mounds mounds of of felled felled trees trees and and debris debris six six feet feet high high the the scope scope and and scale scale this this destruction destruction is is almost almost beyond beyond belief belief the the president president pledged pledged that that federal federal aid aid would would continue continue to to flow flow to to help help the the region region recover recover from from weekend weekend storms storms that that spawned spawned more more than than thirty thirty tornadoes tornadoes and and killed killed dozens dozens of of people people I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king
Sudan military leaders reinstate deposed prime minister
"Saddam's military and civilian leaders have reached a deal to reinstate the country's prime minister who was deposed in a queue last month according to the deal which has now been signed government officials and politicians arrested since the October Q. will now be released the company's top general Abdel Fattah Burhan announced that the reinstated prime minister I've done the home dog will need an independent cabinets until elections can be held it remains unclear how much power the government would hold it would still remain on the tights minutes here oversights the queue has drawn international criticism for storing what many hoped would be a chance at democracy after the fall of long time autocrat Ahmad Bashir two years ago I'm
Sudan activists reject power-sharing, call for strikes
"Since the October twenty five crew in sit down the international community has xcelerated mediation efforts to find a way out of the crisis which threatens to further destabilize the already restive horn of Africa region the takeover has upended the country's fragile plan to transition to democracy rule more than two years off to a popular uprising forced the removal of long time autocrat a lot of the Shia and his Islamist government now the Sudanese professionals association which led the uprising against al Bashir says that the mediation initiatives which seek a new settlement between the military and civilian leaders would reproduce and Wilson the country's crisis the SBA vows to continue protesting until a full civilian government is established to lead the transition I'm Charles de Ledesma
PM, officials detained, internet down in apparent Sudan coup
"Military forces have arrested sedans acting prime minister and other government officials and then a parent to the armed forces disrupted internet access and blocks bridges in Sudan's capital Khartoum thousands flooded the streets of the capital in response to the take care of a the two said on mine showed security forces using tear gas on protesters who portrayed some bents high is a takeover by the minute she would be a major set back the sedan as the country has struggled with in on such and transitional governments since long time ruler Omar al Bashir was toppled by mass protests two years ago I'm Karen Thomas
Kentucky State Lawmakers Vote to Scrap School Mask Mandate
"Kentucky's republican led legislature has voted to block any mask mandates in schools. They meant to pass the bill in a special session. Democratic governor andy bashir immediately vetoed it but the kentucky lawmakers quickly overrode his veto. Any decision to require children to wear masks in kentucky schools now passes to local governments kentucky. Hospitals are overloaded with cova cases. A situation the governor warns is dire
Kentucky Gov. Beshear Suffers Legal Defeat in Combating COVID Surge
"The Kentucky Supreme Court handed governor Bashir a legal defeat involving his pandemic emergency powers with the 11 30 report. I'm Sarah Elise. Breaking down. The court ruled on the Democratic governors challenge of Republican backed laws that limit his authority to enact emergency orders during the covid pandemic. The justices unanimously said of Franklin Circuit Court judge should not have blocked the new laws from taking effect and sent the case back to the lower court to dissolve the injunction. Governor Bashir sued the Legislature and Attorney General Daniel Cameron, arguing the laws undermined his ability to respond to the pandemic. Earlier this month, Governor Bashir Issued an executive order requiring masks inside Kentucky
The BBC Apologizes for Diana Interview, 25 Years Later
"Of July. Reporter who conducted the infamous BBC interview with Princess Diana in 1995 is apologizing. Martin Bashir told Princes William and Harry. He loved their mother, saying he never wanted to harm her in any way. The brothers slammed best year after a report claimed he duped her into giving the interview
Prince Harry Speaks out About the BBC's Investigation Into Princess Diana's Panorama Interview
"Tonight. Pillars of british society rocked. Prince harry again. Criticizing the royal family telling oprah of his descent into drink and drugs are find myself drinking. Not because i was enjoying it. Because i was trying to mosque something. But it's another interview decades ago. That's causing controversy. Where princess diana famously said. They were three people in her marriage. Inquiry says to get to sit down. Bbc journalist martin bashir line to diana even doctoring documents. Bashir apologizing but saying diana would still have agreed to be interviewed. The bbc also apologizing. The interview was a major contribution to making. My parent's relationship was since his mother's death. Prince harry says he's suffered with an uncaring family who failed to support his wife when she wanted to take her own life. The thing that stops her from seeing it through was how unfair beyond me be put in a position of losing another woman in my life to interviews decades apart tonight shaking the british establishments care sons. nbc news
Princes William and Harry Slam the BBC Over Diana Interview
"Prince william and his brother prince harry on thursday issued strongly worded statements criticizing the bbc and the british media for unethical practices after an investigation concluded. That one of the broadcasters journalists used deceitful behavior to secure princess diana's most explosive tv interview in one thousand nine hundred ninety five the circumstances surrounding the interview for more than twenty years ago came under scrutiny. After diana's brother charles. Spencer made renewed complaints journalist. Martin bashir used full documents and other dishonest tactics to persuade diana to agree to the interview on thursday. A report from the inquiry said basha acted in a deceitful way and breached bbc rules by mocking up fake bank statements and showing them to charles spencer to gain access to the princess. The report also criticised the bbc covering up what it knew about bashes actions and said the corporations own probe into the matter fell short of its usual standards of integrity and transparency in his statement that he your old prince william said the bbc's failures contributed to the deterioration of his parents
"bashir" Discussed on KCRW
"BBC named Martin Bashir landed an interview with Princess Diana in which he spoke bluntly about the collapse of her marriage to Prince Charles and his longtime affair with his now wife, Camilla Parker Bowles. Do you think Mrs Parker Bowles was a factor? In the breakdown of your marriage. Well, there were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded. The interview was a sensation, and it launched Bashir's career. But there were questions. How do you get access to the princess? Shelby Miller is the former chair of media and cultural studies at the University of California, Riverside. He's taking a look at 127 Page investigative report today. What but she did was to get A graphic artist to fake various accounts and checks to make it look as though members of the Spencer household and the royal household had been engaged in constant surveillance of Lady Diana. He then showed these documents to her brother, Earl Spencer, although apparently not to her, the report says that led to Bashir getting the interview with the BBC learned of forged documents. Bashir couldn't mount any credible explanation. But the BBC accepted his account is truthful and didn't interview the princess's brother. Nor did it report on Bashir's tactics on any of its news programs. Today's investigative report called the BBC's own probe quote ineffective again, Toby Miller. It's a shocking indictment. Both off the way in which the BBC at its top levels was practicing journalism in the mid 19 nineties, and secondly, a shocking indictment off the cover up by the BBC of the very highest levels. Immediately after the interview, and in the years since BBC Director General Tim Davey addressed the report on the network today, there are multiple failures for the BBC to reflect on 25 years ago, but still Very, very serious. And if you're an organization that cares about Truthful, honest journalism and proper practice. I think it's a very difficult really. In a statement today, Bashir said Having bank records marked up was stupid. But he insists it had no bearing on the late princess his decision to do the interview and pointed out that she wrote a note saying she hadn't seen the fake bank statements and did not regret talking to him. She resigned from the BBC last week, citing health issues. Frank Langfitt NPR news London and We should note that NPR has a contractual relationship with the BBC for content and office space in London. Republicans in more than 30 states have introduced bills to criminalize or limit the rights of protesters. Meanwhile, some Democratic led states are working to give protesters greater protections. Tune into this program.
Kentucky limits no-knock warrants after Breonna Taylor's death
"Several bills governor Bashir signed into law today. Bashir signed Senate Phill four, which strictly limits no knock warrants in the state. This is meaningful change. It will save lives, and it moves us in the right direction. The legislation was introduced in the wake of Briana Taylor's death by police in Louisville. The city has already banned no knock warrants. The governor of also signing a bill that awards tuition
‘School choice’ bill passes Kentucky legislature, overrides veto
"Controlled legislature voted to override a stack of vetoes issued by governor Bashir, among them the so called school choice bill that will allow scholarship tax credits to help pay for private school tuition. Today is the final day of the legislative session. Governor. Bashir had good news for Kentucky
Supreme Court takes up dispute over Kentucky abortion law
"Defend a 2018 law banning nearly all abortions after 15 weeks. Governor Andy Bashir, a Democrat, and his administration dropped the case. Law records have struck down that law. The Supreme Court is ruling on Leon whether Attorney General Daniel Cameron has the right to defend it on his own, not whether the abortion law itself is constitutional. The British TV personality Piers Morgan is again attacking Duchess Meghan Markle is a liar
UK police won't probe journalist over 1995 Diana interview
"British police say they won't launch a criminal investigation into journalist. Martin bashir over his one thousand nine hundred ninety five interview with princess diana. There have been allegations from. Anna's brother bashir us what he called illegal subterfuge to get the interview charles. Spencer at argued bashir use false documents including fake bank statements. The interview diana famously said there are three of us in this marriage referring referring to prince charles now wife camilla was watched by millions of people. I'm lisa lisera and this is fox.
UK police won't probe journalist over 1995 Diana interview
"Police say they will not launch a criminal investigation into journalist Martin Bashir over his 1995 interview with Princess Diana. The Metropolitan Police Force said today that no further actually taken over allegations Bashir used illegal subterfuge to get that interview. Diana's brother, Charles Spencer has alleged that Bashir used false documents, including fake bank statements and other dishonest tactics to convince Diana to agree to that interview on
Johnson & Johnson one-shot coronavirus vaccine approved in the U.S.
"Steve Futterman. CBS NEWS LOS Angeles Millions of new vaccines are expected to be distributed this week after Johnson and Johnson shot received FDA approval, White House chief medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci tells CBS next few months we're gonna have a lot more vaccines available, and that's the reason why we're getting the capability literally getting better every single day. Making this much more smoothly than it's gone in the past. It's going to get better. I assure you on face the nation. Kentucky Democratic Governor Andy Bashir praised the newly approved shot The fact that we can fully vaccinate everyone in just one shot that it basically eliminates death and serious illness and that we're going to get tens of thousands of additional vaccines per week. Her
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer: Things Are Looking Up on the COVID-19 Front
"Mayor Greg Fischer is reporting better news on the covert 19 front. Other news. We're not where we want to be. But cases are declining vaccines are increasing. Despite declining case counts for 1/5 week in a row, the city is still in the red Zone for the week of February, 14th. The average daily incidence rate was just under 40 per 100,000 people. Fisher says almost 13% of the city's population has received the first dose of vaccine and over 5% has been fully vaccinated will get a look at the state wide numbers from governor Bashir this afternoon. He's expected back at the podium. When he gets there, you'll hear him live here on 8 40. W H. A s
Kentucky Reports More Than 1300 New COVID Cases
"Governor Andy Bashir's office this afternoon reporting over 1300 coronavirus cases in Kentucky, the positivity rate Again, dropping now down to 6.77%. But there were 25 new
Muted Mardi Gras: Closed bars, barricaded Bourbon Street
"For celebration before Ash Wednesday in the beginning of Lent, But ABC is Jim Ryan says Fat Tuesday. 2021 is dramatically slimmed down. This'll was Mardi Gras 2020 of thousands float into New Orleans to celebrate its not that one of them carried coronavirus. Louisiana has recorded 9300 covert deaths in the 12 months since then. The decision was made to prohibit the usual parades and mass parties. Bourbon Street is abandoned on this fat Tuesday, and Opal Simpson had a restaurant to herself might not have MARTA ground, but we still got the music and we got the spirit generally in ABC News. Governor Bashir's covert briefing is coming up at
"bashir" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"Hello and welcome to trek untold. The star trek podcast. That goes beyond the stars. I'm your host matthew kaplowitz twenty twenty has been a crazy year for me in this podcast. I've had the opportunity to chat with a lot of professionals in a variety of fields. Whose work i've admired very much and it's been a wonderful year for me being able to highlight these folks who don't typically get the spotlight. They deserve that said even though the motto of this show is to showcase the people who aren't in the opening credits. I've broken that rule a bit this year. And you know what. I'm gonna do it again because rules are made to be broken. You don't believe me. Ask pretty much any starfleet captain. Who's broken the product directive. Again and again and again today we are joined by the man who played doctor. Julian bashir for all seven seasons of star trek deep space. Nine alexander dig. He's a new movie. That comes out on december eighteenth called skylines. Which is the end of the skyline trilogy of scifi films and in this movie alexander plays general radford and we're going to spend a bit of time discussing skylines and what's going on with that series but of course this is trek untold. So we're going to have plenty of star. Trek deep space nine stories discuss today. Including a few notable episodes and guest stars. He worked with along with some other great stories from moments in his career. And the usual obscure things that i like to dig up here on trek untold from people's pass. That might sound very ominous but trust me. It's not it's going to be a really fun. You may also remember today's appearances and other shows and films like to. Four game of thrones kingdom of heaven clash of the titans on bridges merlin poirot and gotham tame a few and. I have to tell you guys. I don't think alexander city has aged a single day when we last saw him d. nine. I'm pretty positive. He some kind of vampire who just puts flower or something in his hair to make himself look a bit older but otherwise he looks and sounds almost exactly the same as he did over. Twenty five years ago. Alexander is intelligent charming charismatic. And best of all one of the most down to earth and friendly individuals. I've had the privilege of speaking to so get ready for an hour with dr bashir here on untold. No augmentation needed now before we start this week's episode i want to ask you are you following trek untold on social media..
"bashir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"H A s will start with Governor Andy Bashir and the latest numbers are case numbers today. Show that we still have a lot of work to do. Today is our second highest Tuesday. It's just after last Tuesday and is our ninth highest day with 2690 new cases of the Corona virus, the governor, expressing some concern that people will take a negative test results to mean that they are free to engage in activities. That could create spreader events and every community. He says that people should keep their distance and keep gatherings to an absolute minimum. A great Fisher got some virtual face time with President elect Joe Biden that as part of a U. S conference of mayors virtual meeting, mayors have developed a strong working relationship with the president elect over many years and say they were pleased to be able to discuss important priorities for the year ahead. Following the meeting, Mayor Fisher says he's thrilled the new administration. Wants to work with cities to advance, shared priorities and addressing vaccine skepticism. Dr. Anthony Fauci says there should be no doubts about safety. ABC is Karen Travers has that Dr Anthony Fauci says he's concerned that some Americans would be hesitant to get a covert 19 vaccine found, she said on ABC is Good Morning America. The vaccine process is transparent and independent. And despite the speed of the development, safety and science were not compromised, we just got to keep getting That message out because it would really be terrible if we have which we do. Three now and maybe more highly efficacious vaccines and people don't take it for entrapping insidious.
"bashir" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The fourth and we might not know the results by November, the fourth. So who knows it might be the 5th 6th or seventh Joe Biden wins. Then I suspect the Corona virus will dry up and blow away and all will be happy and they'll be congratulating job. Joe Biden on defeating the virus. President Trump wins probably going to be dealing with this pandemic for another four years. The president says that on November the fourth or fifth whenever the winner is declared or the sixth or the seventh It all would be about the recovery and the great things that Joe Biden has done, as opposed to the fact that we continue to get grow close to Ah, therapeutic and where we also wrote close to, if not a cure a vaccine, and that ought to be the story. But the media will flip completely on that issue because they're using this weaponized to get trump out of office. To show incompetence and show that he somehow is in the bag or pocket of of the of the pharmaceutical companies. Instead of saying women were doing a better job than Europe is doing. We're doing a much better job than South America is doing. We're the ones with the therapeutics were the ones with rum desert there and whether ones they're going to cure this thing Americans doing all this, but whatever, Spence never enough, and it goes on and on and on. And Cincinnati. I know your friend John Cranley feels the same way as Joe Deters, and that is open up the restaurant's until at least midnight. Let it occur, but are good Governor Mike DeWine will not do it and Bashir, given his druthers would shut down Kentucky. Even Mohr and you've referenced this fact that he's very unpopular. But in reality, I think the polling indicates anybody share politically is doing well because of covert 19, which is said if the election were held today what he's still in your opinion. Beat Matt Bevin. Oh, that's a good question, Willie. I thought you were going a different direction with that, then pivoted on me. Would he be mad? You know, Probably not because nobody knew much of anything about Andy Bashir He was about vanilla is vanilla gifts. When it comes to political candidates at the time that he ran against map Kevin and Matt Bevin was incredibly unpopular. Most of all with me. I should say it was not a man seven. Well, actually take the back during the election. I was, you know, I was still on map. Evans side. I was still voting for him cheering form raising money for my campaign form. It wasn't until after the election that I became very ill. I'm Matt Bevin when he started pardoning all kinds of Rapists, child molesters, killers and other horrible criminals. If it were to be done over now. Wow. That's tough, Willy. Because you know, we would have the Matt Bevin Pardon scandal, But we would also have this Corona virus, man. I don't know. I think that that would be a really close call. But I don't think math and probably poisoned the well a little too much if you include You know, hindsight of the pardon? Skin will combine with Karina bars probably still get same outcome. But if you ran Andy Bashir on it say Matt Bevin was running before the pardon scandal on Andy Bashir with the Corona virus. If you can split the hairs that way, then no, I don't think you went right now that we just did. A poll came out. Which was astonishing how popular anti Bashir still is, however, that popularity, his eroded significantly and it's still higher than I can fathom. But it is eroded significantly to the point that Daniel Cameron, even with all the drama in the media furor surrounding the brain on the Taylor case. Daniel Cameron is still more popular. The nanny Bashir There was the governor's race today between Daniel Cameron and Andy Bashir. It would drive drive the West Coast and the East Coast liberals who dropped the media nuts It would drop celebrities and professional athletes nuts. But Daniel Cameron would be Andy this year in a gubernatorial election. If that were being held November 3rd. What about Rob Sanders? Against Andy Bashir. I think I could be the end of this year. I think you know, not knocking Daniel Cameron, but I don't even have the Briana Taylor case. I mean, I'm sure I've made plenty of other people unhappy with my handling of this case of that case along the 14 years I've been doing this will the unfortunate part about being a prosecutor's if you're only angering half the courtroom. Well, that's a good day. You know a lot of the time we're angry, both sides of the courtroom that this means we're doing our job doing it well, But I'd like to think that, you know, given the conservative guy that I am I think I shared values. Most of Kentucky and so If I were to jump in there? Yeah, I think I have a pretty good chance. Let's say you get a call or someone calls in northern Kentucky and say, Hey, Joe Biden is going to appear or maybe an NK you At their athletic center, and we're going to be socially distant. And we want you to draw a crowd there of about 10 to 12,000 people and the next day or two. And then you got a call from Donald J. Trump and say, Hey, he's going to come to NK you and we need to draw a crowd. Would it be conceivable the Joe Biden could draw a crowd and northern Kentucky on short notice. When I look at these rallies, Trump's gonna have three..
"bashir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Governor Bashir says the new Connect will save Kentucky and about $15 million a year. Ah, Louisville Woman is sharing her story of survival on this National fire prevention Week. Paul Miles. Reports. Rochelle Russillo was cooking breakfast last year when a grease fire started. But instead of covering the fire, Russillo tried to take the pan outside. She slipped and spilled the grease on her face, arms and legs and I was I went into the O R, and I didn't think that I was too Rochelle spent two months at you, a bell Hospitals burn center. The pain is beyond imaginable. Mohr than a year later, Rochelle Russillo has persevered. And she has a message for other burn victims. And so I want them to understand that you know, life will never be what it was before. But a CZ long as you're here. Then celebrate the life that you do. Paul Miles news radio 8 40 GS, a former library worker in central Texas is under arrest on accusations of stealing over a million dollars in print toner. The city of Austin says Randall White, had bought the toner using city funds from 2007 to 2019, then resold the ink online. Why did is also accused of using a city credit card to buy personal items, including video games, BR headsets and a drone. Your next news Update us following Governor Bashir's briefing at four I'm Suzanne Duval news radio 8 40 W Wow, Hauser's..
"bashir" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Kentucky Governor Andy Bashir says he will announce new steps today to fight the spread of Corona virus. The bluegrass state reporting its second highest daily total with over 800 cases of the virus over the weekend, a daily record just shy of 1000 new cases just last week, I will not let us become and I Alabama, Florida or in Arizona. We gotta take proactive steps, and that's what we're trying to do. Governor Bashir also expected to talk about public schools today. Just last week, he announced new limits on social gatherings and a travel advisory governor Bashir instituting a statewide mask order earlier this month Indiana today, marking over 500 new cases. It's another 1100 new cases in Ohio that is under the three week average 37 new deaths. And 22 new ICU admissions are both over there. 21 day averages. We will have Kentucky governor Bashir's update live here on the big one in about an hour, now the latest traffic and weather together. From the UC health traffic Center. Your actions save lives. Please help prevent the spread of coded 19 by wearing a mask, practicing social distancing and washing your hands, often a big problem. If you're in the Dayton area, north bound 75 south bound, 75 rather is shut down between Austin Boulevard and Springboro that is due to police activity in the area. Traffic is backed up pretty heavy toward north of 27 25. You're heavy on South bound force Air 7 41 and westbound 73 to 75 as that lot of people are using that as the detour North bound 75 here in town, there is an accident past Davis Street in the Laughlin split the right lanes blocked your heavy back to Galbreath. Construction delays. 13 minutes on south Bound. 75 from the approach to the Brent Spence, 11 minutes on westbound to 75 between.
"bashir" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Governor Andy Bashir is announcing some more measures later today in an effort to curb the escalation in covert 19 cases. They're the governor on Sunday got a visit from Debra Berg's The response coordinator for the White House Corona Virus Task Force. We do believe that there are states that do need to close their bars and wild. Bashir did not Details of his new measures. But I tell you what. I just saw a picture of a couple bars last night in Lexington. We have hundreds of people in them, and none of them are wearing masks. That's a problem. Right, And that's gonna require us to take some steps that that we don't want to take. The governor has already issued a mask mandate and tighten social gathering guidelines. Bowl miles. The clock is ticking. His Congress tries to pass a new Corona virus relief package before their summer recess begins. Senate Republicans are expecting to announce a new plan today It's expected that they're going to offer Most Americans another round of $1200 stimulus checks. A major change, though, could be coming for people who have been getting that $600 weekly federal unemployment benefit. Instead laid off workers would get up to 70% of their former wages. There may even be some kind of Ah backto work cash bonus to incentivize those who've been making more money on unemployment than so they can go backto work. The highest ranking official in the Trump administration, now battling covert 19 President Trump's national security adviser, Robert O'Brien has tested positive for Kobe 19. The White House says in a statement that O'Brien has mild symptoms and has been self isolating and working from a secure location away from the White House, adding that there is quote no risk of exposure to the president or the vice President. Ryan is the highest ranking White House official to test positive for Cove in 19 in early May, the vice president's press secretary and one of the president's personal valet's also Tested positive. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington On Wall Street, The Dow is up 123 points. S and P is up 18. The NASDAQ gaining 116 right now. I'm Sandy Collins. Our next update at 11 30 on NewsRadio 700 WLW. This report is sponsored by the podcast, The Daily Zeitgeist..
"bashir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"On Monday, Bashir rolled back social distancing guidelines from 52 10 people due to rising covert cases. He also issued a travel advisory telling people who traveled to hot spots like Florida and South Carolina to quarantine for 14 days. Indiana health officials reported 734 New Coben cases today that brings the total number in the Hoosier state of 57,916. 20 more deaths were reported today. 2652 Hoosiers have died from the virus. Two Chinese nationals indicted by the U. S accused of stealing data from companies. The two men are accused of working for the Chinese government to steal intellectual property from U. S companies and companies around the world and more recently allegedly trying to steal data from U. S labs, working on Cove in 19 vaccines and free ments. Bill Heslop is a U. S attorney for Eastern Washington. They haven't gone after the vulnerabilities if they can find them in networks of biotech and other firms known for covert vaccines, both manner in China right now and unlikely to be handed over to the U. S. Alex Stone, ABC, Nair's Those living near the Fort Knox Army Post can expect some louder than normal noises. Over the next few weeks, troops will be firing larger caliber weapon systems in the Fort Knox training area. Today through August 10th. That means residents surrounding the post may experience more noise or vibrations. Ah Facebook Post from the U. S. Army calls the training quote,.
"bashir" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Briefing Monday Bashir says starting may eleventh it'll be required for anyone out at a business to wear a mask this is hal even when we are plateau right now that we think that we will be on the decline how we can help to reduce the spread of this virus now given that we're all increasing our contacts right all out there older time increasing in different ways we're also going to need people to wear these to the grocery store or other places that they're going out where there are other people as for how covering up will be enforced this year said people won't be cited for not wearing one but they will be asked to businesses will also have the option to not serve someone without a proper face covering seven hundred Suzanne Duval they're currently four thousand one hundred and forty six cases of covert nineteen in Kentucky Ohio with fifteen thousand seven hundred plus while Indiana battling fifteen thousand nine hundred and sixty one cases of the corona virus it is forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred WLW we got ourselves a chance of showers right through daybreak a morning low of fifty three for our Tuesday mostly cloudy high of sixty eight degrees at night a chance of showers and low down to fifty five from your severe weather station I'm nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh newsradio seven hundred W. L. double scattered pop up showers continue this early Tuesday morning fifty five degrees Steven Hoffman represents Dayton and the rural areas west and north of Dayton he says local superintendents should make the decision about graduation because every district is different a school Jackson center with thirty three graduates I am sure that superintendent couldn't social systems improve it properly a bigger schools he said will be harder but it's doable one hundred and seventy graduates have what about you dear reader thirteen thousand seats and that's how they could choose to do it and bigger schools Mason Lakota etcetera but with a thousand graduates I think would be difficult but I think they should have the opportunity to go Dr Mensah seniors already have had to give up so much between winter and spring sports cancellations dances proms the end of school year traditions he's asking Mike to one of the superintendent to reconsider I sandy Collins newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. of in nineteen responsible for another supply shortage yep the nation's the meat supply at risk more from ABC's Steve osunsami one of the country's largest meat provider explaining that the food supply chain in America is breaking and predicting a limited product and higher prices for their meats cobit nineteen is forced thirteen of the country's largest meat plants to close and the chairman of Tyson foods says that protecting workers means that millions of pounds of meat will no longer be shipped to grocery stores he says there is a serious food waste issue and that the same producers could have fed.
"bashir" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Kentucky governor any Bashir seeing something a little different yesterday Karoq testers other outside of the capitol during governor bush's daily update you could barely hear Bashir is people outside haunted yelled things like open up Kentucky we want to work and everyone is essential there's some noise in the background we do have some folks up here in Kentucky today and and everybody should be able to express their opinion I believe we should reopen Kentucky immediately right now his response to the request to reopen Kentucky right now chunks that would kill people it would absolutely kill people one hundred twenty two Kentuckians have died from the corona virus seven hundred Suzy into fall two thousand two hundred and ninety one cases in Kentucky of covert nineteen those numbers even higher in the Indiana with nearly nine thousand confirmed cases of corona virus with four hundred and thirty six Hoosiers losing their lives Ohio was seven thousand seven hundred and ninety one covert nineteen cases governor Mike DeWine when we get to schools to open back schools we're gonna have to figure that out how are we going to do this in a safest way as as possible this is something I will be talking with superintendents about it John John's been talking superintendents we've got a call we're setting up for additional conversation with may and superintendents after being locked up for ten days have been arrested for posting a video partying in the streets of over the Rhine going free Sean Davis released on house arrest my HELOC any judge on Craig's Craig's dropped a charge of violating the stay home water at the request of prosecutors did not dismiss a felony charge of inciting a riot will hold a preliminary hearing on that next week to determine if there is enough evidence to proceed to trial prosecutors argued against lowering the bond from two hundred thousand dollars but the judge disagreed we did warn Davis if he violates house arrest we'll go back to jail I'm Brian Jones newsradio seven W. O. W. Jeffords of cover nineteen continues with seven hundred Jack Crumley Hawksworth blood center is going to help with clinical trials to try to fight the coronavirus starting this Friday Hawksworth will begin collecting covert nineteen convalescent plasma doctors think that giving that plasma from those who have recovered from the virus to those who are suffering the worst could help Hawksworth already seeing a big response with hundreds of donors having registered already to give similar treatments begun at Ohio state university's Wexner Medical Center and elsewhere to make an appointment go to Hawksworth dot org I'm Jacque Crumley newsradio seven hundred will you all W. E. L. some pretty smart folks making some pretty and mistakes in the New World of video conferencing it's a whole New World of video conferencing and some of us may be a bit unprepared us I think this is not right you just don't need to be so close to the camera SNL poking fun at all of us but there's plenty of help out there in places like.
"bashir" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"We're not very far away after doctor Bashir by fifty percent she was explained yesterday there has been some problems with a drop the call recording this potential therapy for people who are infected with the virus is there any evidence to suggest that as with malaria it might be used as a prophylaxis against cook county the answer is is no and and the the evidence that you're talking about John is anecdotal evidence so as the commissioner of FDA in the president mentioned yesterday were trying to strike a balance between making something with the potential of an act of an effect to the American people available at the same time that we do it under the auspices of the protocol that would give us information to determine if it's truly safe and truly effective but the information that you're referring to specifically is anecdotal it was not done in a controlled clinical trial so you really can't make any definitive statement about yeah I'm so without seeing too much I'm probably more of a fan of that then maybe than anybody but I'm a big fan we'll see what happens and how we all understand what the doctor said is a hundred percent correct it surely but we've you know I've seen things that are impressive we'll see we're gonna soon within a certain inputs including safety but you know it when you get to safety this is been prescribed for many years for people to combat malaria which was a big problem and it's very effective it's a strong strong drug and so will soon start as he was very he was as I understand that I what is that a correct statement was fairly effective when stars John you've got to be careful when you say fairly effective it was never done in a clinical trial that compared it to anything it was given to individuals I felt that maybe works well that's the point whenever you do a clinical trial you do standard of care versus standard of care plus the agent you're evaluating that's the reason why we showed back in Ebola why the titular interventions worked.
"bashir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Governor's race between anti Bashir and and Matt Bevin in November so there's a lot of moving parts here it's going to be really interesting to see where this goes yeah and it I think it will take its shape here once we get clear of the the first weekend of September which everybody tends to look at fancy farmers being the beginning of the political season I think that the people still see the the Labor Day weekend is the true kick off then they come back it's summer's over alright let's focus on the business of the world now yeah we're going to add it to a debate season I think that the the the two of them of give a grade to debate three times I think lieutenant governors have agreed to debate once so we'll get a chance to to hammer all that out but the teachers edit live this isn't just from my perspective it seems like from where we sit here in the newsroom that the teachers have been relatively quiet since the end of the session the regular session of the special session there wasn't a whole lot right right out of time for them to mobilize or do anything but it just seems like the the teachers have out kept a very low quiet profile since the regular session went signee die so I mean maybe there's some back room and you know some grass roots movement of the old things going on there but it least on forward facing outside of an appearance of France the farmer doesn't seem like there's a whole lot that the teachers have been doing on the political front course you know people like me who are real political junkies I mean we tend to get steep that all the stuff and we we don't really we don't understand that most people it's not that they don't care but they've got they've got lives they've got kids they've had jobs that said set to retire after I mean this is part of my job and so you know I pay attention to it and I'm a I'm a news junkie anyway but most people are not really going to focus on this until close to the election and it is going to be so interesting because we don't have the the kind of polling that we once did because the polling seem to be so wrong you know Matt Bevin is is seen to be very unpopular governor by by some people there are there are people I heard a national plan and the other day say that he doesn't expect Matt Bevin to win there many people in the state who say that you know while they're there are people who are upset with the governor there's no way he can lose so I don't know it's just going to be intensely interesting to see how this all developed Kentucky is a very strong Republican state at this point even if it's fair to say that there the governor is not as popular with many Republicans as as some other candidates might be the governor has governors not afraid to take a stand and some of those things that he is said and done has offended some people and it it will just really be interesting to see how this whole thing develops in those debates will be fascinating I will it's okay on them course with the all the way the twists and turns of political scenes there's always that October surprise that anybody watches the loom for but it seems to me that the it the debates will be interesting for what is said in them not for any sort of new developments because the the story lines are very clearly drawn here it's NB Bashir putting a quite biologist dislikes governor Bevin and I don't think that there's any love lost going the other way yeah I've been to both this like each other and you know they say one thing that I agree with that both of them agree there is this is absolutely a very clear choice I mean you you that there's no they're all the same no no no there's really nothing the same about these two guys now this may be the first election in quite some time where there's no gray area you're either all in on your guy or you're not it right I mean that it's there is a very clear choice to be made between between those two and I think that that may be the the only issue that.
"bashir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"An Attorney General Lanny Bashir on the same stage the appearance at the Kentucky farm bureau to measure the candidate's form we're doing the things that need to be done it is always a fun and easy things it's not the low hanging fruit of the things that make everybody happy but I'll continue to focus on the very things that we have been focusing on primary among them is funding our pension system but the end of the day they should all come down to bishop who serving in the next four years it's gonna create that foundation that your community is going to benefit from for supper you fat for years to see what hasn't happened in a rural community there was some agreement between the two in the area of tax reform both saying it needs to be done but both offer different ways to do it it's unclear if the two will be on a stage together again before they appear at fancy farm next month it's six oh two it news radio eight forty WHAS Kentucky's junior senator blocking a bipartisan bill that would ensure the September eleventh victims compensation fund never runs out of money U. S. senator rand Paul had concerns about the bills seventy year time frame noting that the federal government already faces a huge debt we need to address our massive debt in this country we have a twenty two trillion our dad ratting dad about a trillion dollars a year following his no vote New York senator Kirsten Gillibrand accused Paul of playing political games are nine eleven first responders and the entire nation are watching to see if this body actually cares the bill easily passed the house last week Hey Leanne send news radio eight forty WHAS in the house on Wednesday a vote to strike down a motion to move toward impeachment proceedings in response to president trump's go back tweets the vote to kill the motion include one hundred and thirty seven Democrats A. B. C.'s Trish Turner is on Capitol Hill and tells this what might have made these wraps vote against it this is speaker policy keeping some discipline in our party or attempting to so this came up out of the blue on the heels of the racist tweets from the president so the Democrats are feeling pretty good they had to put forward a resolution that condemned those tweets but impeachment as a place of the speaker is not yet ready to go to and it doesn't matter what the reason hours after that vote president trump appearing at a rally in Greenville North Carolina to add where his base appears to be firmly behind him he told the crowd that about the tweets they responded send her back while he spoke about Minnesota congresswoman ill Han Omar Omar is an American citizen but was born in Somalia and what started as a viral.
"bashir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Andy Bashir challenging subpoenas from the Bevan administration seeking the names of teachers involved in sick outs during the legislative session. I'm sending a letter to the governor. And the labor cabinet secretary. That demands that they withdraw the subpoenas. The letter tells the governor and the secretaries that the subpoenas are unlawful, and it gives them ten days to resend them. The labor cabinet sent the subpoenas to a half dozen districts teacher absences, forcing some districts to cancel classes for several days during the legis. Slative session Bashir a democratic candidate for governor says if those subpoenas aren't rescinded he's prepared to take the administration to court in Alabama lawmakers today holding a public hearing on an antiabortion plan that could put Roe v. Wade in the crosshairs, the legislation would make performing an abortion, a felony punishable by ten to ninety nine years in prison allowing only an exemption for the mother's health, but not for rape and incest proponents of the measure acknowledged that if passed it would almost certainly be struck down by lower courts, but they say they hope it will spur the supreme court to revisit Roe v. Wade the Alabama plan comes as a number of states have introduced more restrictive abortion measures as some states appear willing to test the supreme court's new conservative majority. But Alabama's law goes the furthest banning most abortions performed anytime during pregnancy, Mark Graham, Lord, ABC news, and the Trump administration giving the green light to lawsuits in the US against foreign companies that use property that was seized during q. Oba's communist revolution. In one thousand.
"bashir" Discussed on PRI's The World
"That were calculated to destroy the groups, and there was horrific testimony regarding children infants even being thrown into FIS the mess raves of of women. Torture, and and just a litany of -struction your I'm taking back to those horrific times. I mean, you worked and lived in Sudan in years as a journalist. Do you have one person or family that you know, that suffered under Bashir, and that made a particular impression on you? Gosh. So many. I think I think one that that I will never be able to forget what was interviewing a woman in a camp who she had just made it across the border, and Chad, and and she had her young young baby in her arms and she had recently given birth. She had other children that were running around. And just this overwhelming sense of having no idea what the future would look like she was a sort of Blad, I guess grateful that her children had survived when for so many of her neighbors that was not the case, but even having survived that there was a sense of total loss with respect to what the future would look like you're so the world Chen hold his breath for extradition, where do the cases against Bashir and his co-defendants actually stand in the Hague the ICC arrest warrants still outstanding. And until. Some state actually execute Ciara's forint and Bishop goes to the Hague then win going to see a trial now while we're focused on the arrest warrants by the ICC for the crimes in the four. I think it's also worth pointing out that this is the same man or al-bashir who presided over the second Sudanese civil war in south Sudan that led to the deaths of some two million people. So while the ice t t has only looking at crimes committed in the four his responsibility for atrocities within Sudan extends beyond our four into what is now south Sudan into the mountains and other areas, Rebecca Hamilton, formerly with the international criminal court now at American University in Washington, thank you. Thank you so much the ousters this month of Omar Bashir in Sudan and Abdelaziz Bouteflika ALgeria. They've got some similarities both men lost power after massive street. Protests reminiscent of the Arab spring of two thousand. Eleven but change of power raises hopes as serious reform in both countries. And that prospect is reverberating across the region. Magdi Abdelhadi is an independent Middle East analyst he's based in London. Let's turn I is Suzanne Magdi. We just heard how the country is now in the hands of strongmen cut really from the same cloth as the ousted Omar al-bashir. What do you think of the prospects for real change? Well, I think it's a difficult question to answer because the people protest on the streets have categorically rejected while the military of it the two years transition period on these seem to have learned from earlier protests in neighboring Egypt where there are very very many parallels. With what happened there in two thousand eleven the military stepped in toll the people we're gonna look off to the country where organiz elections and liquid Egypt is now, I think the Sudanese protests. Have been very aware of that. Some of the slogans actually were to defect that we not want a repeat of Egypt and very similar slogans were raised in Algiers. Where also the protesters that managed to bring to so far a peaceful end the reign of former president of that is is beautifully..
"bashir" Discussed on PRI's The World
"I'm Marco werman under ousted President, Omar al-bashir. The Sudanese government was responsible for Tross cities in Dr for the consequences are still felt today for the people have for its was and continues to be totally devastated communities were destroyed and many have to this day not been able to pretend to land. But we'll Bashir be held accountable. Also, Mexico's southern border with Guatemala migrants continued across on their way to the US, plus Switzerland decides coffee is not vital to human survival. Although plenty of Swiss disagree. Oh, it's really sad. Because it has emotional gets a binding people together. That's why we feel that we won't have coffee. Always all that and more today on the world. I'm Marco werman. This is the world. Good to have you here today. Momentous times across North Africa this past week for the first time in years civilians, are feeling hope in Sudan and Algieria after they helped to oust dictators who'd been in power. For decades, though, big questions remain about what happens next in both countries. I to Sudan President Omar al-bashir has gone, and we learned today the shears defense minister who took the helm as the leader of the transitional government, Sudan, he's also stepping down other military. So sits in the former government officiel remain in power, though. And they say they will not allow Omar al-bashir to be extradited to the Hague. The Hague is home to the ICC the international criminal court where Bashir faces charges of crimes against humanity. Rebecca Hamilton used to work for the ICC. And now teaches law at American University in Washington, thanks for being back back. What charges does Bashir face in the Hague? Exactly. And what do they relate to he faces very serious charges of genocide? Of all crimes crimes against humanity for atrocities committed by the Sudanese government and their proxy militia force, which we know as the Jesuit enough for starting in two thousand and three the genocide charges in particular say that president Bashir is responsible for overseeing the apparatus of the state that was designed to destroy at least three particular ethnic groups within doff war, the four visit Gallois and the messily people, and it did this by killing them by causing serious physical and mental harm, including mass rapes and by inflicting conditions of life..
"bashir" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"Do we actually think that Martin Bashir should lose advertisers over that not really I think he's right? I mean, if people should watch your show, but I think advertisers should be able to advertise wherever they want, and we, but we had a group of activists. We told all of our activists call this line at this advertiser and tell them you don't wanna see their advertising mature show. Now, the advertiser doesn't know whether these people were actually shopping with them more getting insurance with them or any of that kind of stuff all they know is that that day their entire customer service team overwhelmed. With like thirty phone calls. And that was the entirety of it. It was like three people would call. And then the advertiser would be asked on Twitter or publicly are you going to keep advertising Martin Bashir after he said X Y Z and feel inconvenience for like oven, and they will tell you. We're pulling their advertising, right? Okay. The reason I'm bringing this up is not because this is a good tactic. It's not. That's the reason. I bring it up advertisers toner stand that a bad day. Does not mean that if you kept advertising on Martin Bashir news your entire business. And this is also Twitter. It's comedians. Like, this is why Bill Burr guy wasn't is never going to be taken down by these people because these people ever tried to take down Gober by saying like you said ten years ago. He just say FU few is the most single it's the single most powerful tuna so wet any of these what really the person who used to say this news. Andrew Breitbart, right. Who took as much flack as anybody that any of us ever known, and he always used to say it was hard from human being, right? Take a lot of flack to and its entirety. We all do in this room. Actually, he always used to say walked towards the fire that one of the one of the pal. And things being on the right? And I think Trump has done this for a lot of people is the feeling like shooting the Aero's, and if feels like it feels like, you know, Boroughmuir at the end of of the first Lord of the rings getting hit with aero air..