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"ben wedeman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:42 min | 1 d ago

"ben wedeman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"FM w M A L A Cumulus Corona VIRUS Help Obama care man Kate's President, Trump is coming up with his own covert 19 relief package after talks of Democrats broke down. Correspondent Sarah Westwood is in Washington of the disagreements here ran so deep that some Republicans were divided over the need even for a stimulus bill in the first place. Republicans didn't want to come much further above. $1 trillion for that top line figure for the price tag. Meanwhile, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said Senate Democrats and House Democrats didn't really have the votes to pass anything under $2 trillion. President Trump is also tackling health insurance ever able to entirely eliminate the affordable care act. After three years of trying President Trump in recent weeks, has promised a new health plan is on its way. At his New Jersey media session, the president announcing over the next two weeks, I'll be pursuing a major executive order requiring health insurance companies to cover all preexisting conditions for all customers. That's a big thing, however, the prohibition of denying coverage over preexisting conditions is still in place via Obama care. It is considered a popular feature of the Affordable Care Act and Mr Trump in the Republicans have long said any health plan they come up with would continue their protection. Costantini Washington Protesters have poured into the streets of Beirut today after a massive explosion levelled part of the city correspondent Ben Wedeman is there in the 1st 24 48 hours after the blast, it was people were in a state of shock, but that state of has quickly boiled over into fury on maybe seen the beginning of a long period. Of these sort of clashes, this.

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Fresh update on "ben wedeman" discussed on Bloomberg Law

Bloomberg Law

00:12 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ben wedeman" discussed on Bloomberg Law

"Correspondent Ben Wedeman. A large group of LGBT rights supporters gathered in Warsaw to protest the arrest of a transgender activist who had carried out acts of civil disobedience against rising homophobia in heaven. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Tic TAC strikes back Bloomberg's Dinis Pellegrini reports TIC TAC plans to file a federal lawsuit as soon as Tuesday, According to National Public Radio. This would be to challenge President Trump's executive order banning the video sharing service from the US Tick tock. Claims in this lawsuit, reportedly that that move is unconstitutional. NPR isn't saying how it got the information now, the report says. The lawsuit will be filed in the U. S District Court for the Southern District of California. That's where TIC Tac's U. S operations are based, and the lawsuit will argue. The report says that the president's action is unconstitutional because it failed to give the company a chance to respond. And says the US governments. National Security justification for the order is baseless. Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg Radio Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway spent a record $5 billion buying back Berkshires own stock in the second quarter. Berkshire said today it's business is about the sting of the fallout from the global pandemic, with operating profit slumping 10% in the quarter. Catherine She Glinski is a finance reporter for Bloomberg. He's one that pandemic would hit a lot of his businesses, and the effects would range from relatively minor to pretty severe. We saw that in the in the second quarter, his railroad was hurt by declining volumes, and I think people were really prepared for some of that pain to kind of hit them more. In the second quarter shares cash pile kept on growing and hit $146.6 billion a record. It also took a $10 billion impairment charge. Related to its precision castparts unit. That unit makes airplane parts and has been hurt right along with airlines. During the pandemic, Princeton University reversed its plan to bring some of its students back on campus for the next term..

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"ben wedeman" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:46 min | 1 d ago

"ben wedeman" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Corona virus help Obama care. I'm an Cates. President. Trump is coming up with his own covert 19 relief package after talks of Democrats broke down correspondent Sarah Westwood is in Washington. The disagreements here ran so deep that some Republicans were divided over the need even for a stimulus bill in the first place. Republicans didn't want to come much further above $1 trillion for that top line figure for the price tag. Meanwhile, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said Senate Democrats and House Democrats didn't really have the votes to pass anything under $2 trillion. President Trump is also tackling health insurance, never able to entirely eliminate the affordable care act. After three years of trying President Trump in recent weeks, has promised a new health plan is on its way. His New Jersey media session, the president announcing over the next two weeks, I'll be pursuing a major executive order requiring health insurance companies to cover all preexisting conditions for all customers. That's a big thing, however, the prohibition of denying coverage over preexisting conditions is still in place via Obama care. It is considered a popular feature of the Affordable Care act. And Mr Trump and the Republicans have long said any health plan they come up with would continue their protection. Bob Constantini Washington protesters had poured into the streets of Beirut today after a massive explosion levelled part of the city correspondent Ben Wedeman is there in the 1st 24 48 hours after the blast, it was people were in a state of shock. But that state of has quickly boiled over into fury on way maybe seen the beginning of a long period. Of these sort of clashes, this sort of unrest..

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"ben wedeman" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

04:03 min | 3 d ago

"ben wedeman" Discussed on Amanpour

"As. You've pointed out. You know there have been identified studies that have talked about the levels infection on at different ages. Of Children, and we have looked, and some of the measures that we have put in place do depend on where the schools are. One of the things are that we did require was that some type of face covering must be worn at all of our schools. There is a we allow. The face coverings to be taken off in pre K. through grades three If the a sufficient social distancing takes place in the classrooms, however if children are moving. From Room to room, which there's very limited movement at the Elementary School or moving within their classroom than they have to have their mass own. However for grades four through twelve a face covering is required for all children. We. Have Limited movement on throughout on our schools particularly in grades pre K. through six Those classrooms have self contained teachers in which one teacher is responsible for the primary instruction of the day. We're making sure that when classes are able to have P.. E.. And other types of activities they are having them where they do not have contact with other groups of students. Now, in grades seven through twelve we do have changing among classrooms. However, we have established one ways in our corridors and in our Commons area on in an attempt to help with the traffic fled. Another thing that you asked and finally, I. Mean. Go ahead. Sorry. Let me just ask you this. Maybe you could incorporate Immunex have you felt any political pressure at all? Obviously many people want to see schools reopened for obvious reasons. But some parents, you know Award Teachers Award. There's a lot of political pressure from the White House. Have you felt any pressure? Are you confident that in your area at least the science is being followed? We have not built any political pressure on here in our area. As I said, we made our decision based on. What we expected in what we had been planning along with. Community input. We looked at the guidelines for the Centers for Disease Control, the Mississippi State Department of help along with the American Academy of Pediatrics, and we incorporated all of those guidelines into our reopening plan to try to address anything and everything that we needed. To create a safe learning environment, I think one of the important things to be considered is that communities do need to have a voice in what takes place in whether or not their schools reopen or not. Superintendent childress. Thank you very much for joining us from Mississippi now, Arne Duncan was secretary of education under President Barack, Obama. He says lack of leadership from Washington and a proper national coordination plan is proving to be devastating, and he's now going to join US welcome to the program Arne Duncan. LemMe Lemme me my asking you just heard the superior youtube and it's going to be good to get your expertise on this. On the big picture. You just heard the superintendent. Layout. Quite a detailed plan about how different kids in different ages being you know being a being given the rules to how to behave in the in the school. What do you make of that and give also that there are some infections already there? Obviously. We have fifteen thousand school districts across country in the fact that every superintendent is now has to become public health official trying to navigate this from selves many are doing testing trying to do contact, tracing, thinking about how.

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"ben wedeman" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

05:47 min | 3 d ago

"ben wedeman" Discussed on Amanpour

"But at this point, it's unclear. What was the cause of that explosion? But what is? As clear as day is the this explosion has wreaked. Credible damage throughout this city, the number of casualties and fatalities. This point is unclear, but it is going to be for sure significant in number Christiaan. I mean, it really does look horrendous and just where you're standing just testimony to that. But let me ask you this because it has been really really troubled Lebanon by the recent events, the pandemic economic crisis. How does this add to the crisis in Lebanon? It's just another nail in the coffin of this country This country is in a state of economic collapse, the local currency, the leader. Has Lost about eighty percent of its value. In the last three months. Every month prices have gone up by fifty percent unemployment has skyrocketed. You see people on the streets of Beirut rummaging through the garbage looking for food, they're beggars than ever. On the streets this country is falling apart, and this is the absolute worst thing they could have happened to Lebanon. At this stage, Christiane? Ben. Thank you so much for bringing us up to date, and of course, we'll continue to watch ship but Lebanon, of course is one of the one hundred, sixty countries where schools have been disrupted by corona virus. The UN Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez says, the world faces a generational catastrophe with families forced to make impossible choices return to school and risk infection or stay home and suffered the developmental and educational consequences. Meanwhile, the crisis exacerbates existing inequities between race class and various different countries in the United States alone with Congress deadlocked over emergency aid for schools. President trump simply tweeted this open the schools now for context thirteen states. Higher infection rates per capita. Now, than the current global hotspots which are Peru and Brazil. One of those states Mississippi is on track to be the top state for Corona Virus Infections. The school district in the city of Corinth did reopen its doors last week and Dr Edward Leigh. Children's is superintendent there, and he's joining me now a children's welcome to the program..

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"ben wedeman" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:14 min | 5 d ago

"ben wedeman" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Has been a massive explosion in the centre of Beirut, Lebanon. And the Red Cross is just saying there are hundreds of casualties, including dead and wounded. This is the actual sound. When I say massive explosion I mean actual mushroom cloud size. It blasted windows out miles away. CNN's Ben Wedeman at that networks of bureau, which is not far away building shook. I thought it was an earthquake. It was absolutely massive. Majestic moments later, Windows in our bureau were blown out. Most of them are offices now in shambles, and that's really the case for many, many parts of the The city. We understand that one hospital hotel you has received at least for 100 injuries. Another is reporting more than 60 and that's just too many hospitals in this city. I can still hear lots of sirens outside with much of the city is dark, it seems with the electricity is down in many areas. It's not clear what happened prior to the blast. The reporter for the Los Angeles Times tweeted a picture of a fire in the port area. Clearly something went off and no one is here. At this point What the National news Agency, the official news agency, is reporting that it was a warehouse full of Fireworks at the head of the general security. I said it he will be very basically said it would be nice at this point to whom a blast of this Size and magnitude and destructive power with caused by simply fireworks. So there's no indication at this time what is causing the explosions? But what is clear? Is it incentive city? Into a situation of chaos. CNN's Ben Wedeman on the scene in Beirut, and we'll have more on this. The latest Justus We get

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Massive explosions rock Beirut; many feared dead

Rush Limbaugh

02:14 min | 5 d ago

Massive explosions rock Beirut; many feared dead

"Has been a massive explosion in the centre of Beirut, Lebanon. And the Red Cross is just saying there are hundreds of casualties, including dead and wounded. This is the actual sound. When I say massive explosion I mean actual mushroom cloud size. It blasted windows out miles away. CNN's Ben Wedeman at that networks of bureau, which is not far away building shook. I thought it was an earthquake. It was absolutely massive. Majestic moments later, Windows in our bureau were blown out. Most of them are offices now in shambles, and that's really the case for many, many parts of the The city. We understand that one hospital hotel you has received at least for 100 injuries. Another is reporting more than 60 and that's just too many hospitals in this city. I can still hear lots of sirens outside with much of the city is dark, it seems with the electricity is down in many areas. It's not clear what happened prior to the blast. The reporter for the Los Angeles Times tweeted a picture of a fire in the port area. Clearly something went off and no one is here. At this point What the National news Agency, the official news agency, is reporting that it was a warehouse full of Fireworks at the head of the general security. I said it he will be very basically said it would be nice at this point to whom a blast of this Size and magnitude and destructive power with caused by simply fireworks. So there's no indication at this time what is causing the explosions? But what is clear? Is it incentive city? Into a situation of chaos. CNN's Ben Wedeman on the scene in Beirut, and we'll have more on this. The latest Justus We get

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Cities and states are barring police from using chokeholds

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Cities and states are barring police from using chokeholds

"Three the massive protests against police brutality nationwide capped a week that began in chaos but and it was largely peaceful expressions that organizers hope will sustain their movement with many looking for police reforms congressman and democratic caucus chairman Hakeem Jeffries spoke about being against the police use of chokeholds most major police departments across the country including the New York police department the Los Angeles Police Department the Philadelphia police department the Chicago police department prohibit the use of which show cold or a tactic such as a need to the neck that results and expects the Asian as a matter of policy but we need to make it a lawful as a matter of law so we can put this practice behind us once and for all protests in the US have spread to other areas around the world correspondent Ben wedeman reports from Rome hello one of the main chances of Rome where there are thousands of thousands of people come out in this for this demonstration in solidarity with George Floyd and with the black lives matter movement there are people from all social strata in eighty degrees American hearing well I've also been demonstrations in London and France protests were largely peaceful in Virginia's capital Saturday about a statue of a Confederate general did not make it the statue of a Confederate general that stood in Richmond Virginia as Monroe park since eighteen ninety one toppled by a small group of demonstrators following a day of largely peaceful protests a police spokeswoman says the statue of general Williams Carter Wickham was pulled from its pedestal in the former capital of the confederacy last week governor Ralph Northam announced as state owned statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee would be removed from its perch on monument

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Italy starts to look ahead to ‘phase two’ as coronavirus death toll slows

Markley and Van Camp

00:25 sec | 4 months ago

Italy starts to look ahead to ‘phase two’ as coronavirus death toll slows

"Spain is seeing a reduction in the number of new coronavirus cases and deaths in from Italy correspondent Ben wedeman reports some improvement there as well the improving situation has led to talk about Italy entering what's known as phase two the phase when the numbers of corona virus cases is following the end of the nation wide lockdown can be eased

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"ben wedeman" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:40 min | 4 months ago

"ben wedeman" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Europe to find itself overwhelmed with covert nineteen patients while the death toll continues to rise in Italy there is some positive news now here's correspondent Ben wedeman the Italian civil protection is required agencies reporting that for the very first time since this crisis began the total number of people in intensive care units being treated for corona virus has actually gone down that's good news for Italian doctors are also good news is that hundreds indeed thousands are volunteering to come to the rescue of those in the north in those most hard hit regions Italy accounts for almost a third of the world's cove in nineteen that's it was the first European nation to go into lockdown in response to the pandemic well health officials have long believed that not everyone who becomes infected with a corona virus winds up having symptoms now the CDC has begun testing people for antibodies that would indicate if they'd previously been infected possibly without even knowing it such testing researchers say can help them figure out how widespread the virus has been exactly and whether there have in fact been significant numbers of people who did not get sick from it even without symptoms a person's immune system would make antibodies in response to an infection so that is what the test is looking for a new weekly coronavirus status report published on the CDC site notice noted that sixty five people sixty five and over appear most likely to become seriously ill if infected those fifty and over have.

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Attack on Saudi leaves world without spare oil capacity

Leo Laporte

00:26 sec | 11 months ago

Attack on Saudi leaves world without spare oil capacity

"A drone attack hit the world's largest oil processing facility and another major oil fields in Saudi Arabia more from correspondent Ben wedeman sources familiar with Saudi oil operations are saying that five million barrels per day have been knocked out of production that's about five percent of the world's oil supply Yemen's who the rebels claimed responsibility for the strikes but secretary of state Mike Pompeii blamed Iran for the

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"ben wedeman" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"ben wedeman" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Don't attacks on critical Saudi Arabian facilities have disrupted about half the kingdom's oil capacity or five percent of the global supply correspondent Ben wedeman reports rebels had taken responsibility. drones claimed by the who sees through at least five hundred miles to hit their targets this is the level of sophistication from there who things that we have yet to see as far as this war that's been going on between those who fees and the Saudi led coalition a son of the late al Qaida chief Osama bin laden has been killed in a U. S. counterterrorism operation in the Afghanistan Pakistan region correspondence west what state department earlier this year had a label towns of in laden and emerging leader of al Qaeda department also offered a million dollar reward for information leading to the capture of Hamzah bin laden. documents obtained from the about about complex where his father was killed in twenty eleven Osama bin laden had suggested that Osama bin laden was grooming his son to replace him as the leader of al Qaeda US officials have not said when the younger bin laden died or exactly where the White House as an ongoing tilings talks of lawmakers on Capitol Hill about a trade agreement trump administration and Democrats continue to exchange ideas about the trade deal with Mexico and Canada house minority leader Kevin McCarthy says it would give the economy a big books if we pass you SMCA at a very minimum there'd be a hundred and eighty thousand more Americans working GDP would go up by more than a point Democrats are concerned about enforcing the labor and environmental aspects of any deal speaker Nancy Pelosi if you can't involve force the provisions and any trees anything really I'm not protecting American war. Losi says she's hopeful an agreement can be reached Jerry.

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"ben wedeman" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"ben wedeman" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Dot com. Cumulus station. Democrats on show in Texas. The fight to scrub ISIS. I'm Evan Haning. Many of the contenders for twenty twenty s democratic presidential nomination are in Austin at the annual south by south west of aunt CNN is hosting three town halls. Well, the one that just wrapped up in south bend, Indiana, mayor Pete Buddha judge when asked about Medicare for all Buddha. Judge says he's not opposed to it. But says it should be an option, and he went on to talk about his father who died in January. I make decisions for a living. And I was not prepared for some of the decisions that we fixed in consultation with the medical team. But what I'll say is the decisions that we made only had to be about. What was medically right for dad, and what was right for our family. We didn't have to think about whether our family would be financially ruined because of Medicare heavy fighting in Syria as US-backed forces and Syrian Defense forces pound the last territory held by the Islamic state. But correspondent Ben Wedeman says there's been. A lot of misinformation. So it's hard to know. Exactly. What's happening a month ago? They were telling us that there were thousand five hundred civilians and five hundred ISIS fighters, it turns out as far as the civilians go it was about twenty times higher than that. And certainly with the fighters several thousand have already surrendered we've spoken with some of them. But they said there were still many civilians and fighters left inside the administration's new budget comes out tomorrow. President Trump is requesting.

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"ben wedeman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"ben wedeman" Discussed on KOMO

"A couple of minutes here on first light coming up on nine past the hour. Now the clock is winding down on ISIS in Syria, even though US back Syrian fighters battling the Islamic state militants in their last foothold have been forced to slow down their push somewhat this morning because ISIS is now using civilians as human shields again. Still Ben Wedeman reports the time for ISIS is running out. Hell in a very small place. Air strikes artillery and mortar rounds rain down upon the so-called Islamic state's miserable round. Reduced to a ragged cluster of tents brick two cars and trucks, perhaps just to have somewhere mile. Despite the onslaught people it appears can be seen walking the tents US back steering democratic forces have given up trying to estimate how many people all fighters, they say are still there. Some want to surrender their suicidal. We won't let them says the commander on this roof. They can either surrender or die surrounded outnumbered and outgunned. Final defeat seems imminent yet. They fight on convinced perhaps the divine intervention will allow them to snatch victory from the joslin defeat. All indications are that this battle will not be over today or tomorrow when commander told us, maybe it'll be done in four five days. The onslaught continuous. Isis lived by the bulletin the bomb by the bulletin the bomb. Dying. Our thanks to correspondent Ben Wedeman in harm's way in Syria. We're coming up on eleven minutes past the hour.

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"ben wedeman" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"ben wedeman" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"From his speech was any mention of human rights this in the region where hundreds of millions of people live under authoritarian regimes many of them close allies of the United States. I'm Ben Wedeman reporting from Cairo, and as we speak with the Michael Jackson of the media line dot ORG will get to a call here. Right after a question, I have regarding that report, it's great to mention human rights, but I would note that in much of that region. In fact, in large parts of the world, I suppose your choices are not between good and bad. They are between bad and worse and Anthony -tarian regime that's friendly in my book beats and authoritarian regime, which is also unfriendly, and unfortunately, that's often our choice. I think your book is the book that's right over here. I I wouldn't prop anything you just said about that. One eight six six five zero JIMBO our number. And I guess we're not going to immediately to a call as I thought we were, but we will as as the calls pop in in in our direction. Now as regards the statement that secretary Pompeo made that the US and its allies have been able to take back ninety nine percent of the territory that would once controlled by ISIS. That's true. Although I think that was inevitable. I mean, the minute that ISIS actually began setting up headquarters, and and borders and the like and painted a big bull's eye on itself, you knew that was never going to stay aren't they really at least as dangerous from the standpoint of being a floating guerrilla presence, regardless of how badly battered they may be. Oh, that's exactly the point. And that's the point that observers here believe the president and his secretary of state are missing ISIS is different than the other. The other groups that we've been fighting. I don't even al-qaeda it had an ideology, but it wasn't the ideology to spread the ideology. Isis is exactly that it's lethal and lethal in global way. So as they are handcuffed on the ground in the Middle East, then their caliphate desire is going up in smoke. Quite literally, I'd say ours is still a threat everywhere in the world global threat there a lethal threat. They're pretty much everywhere. I mean, I don't wanna sound like just the basic alarmist. But that's the reality. Argument. Yeah. Pretty much look at what they're doing. Is stimulating people that are on the edge to begin with. Yes, they have their selves and they had their direction and their instructing people how to do horrible things, but they're also inspiring. That's kind of weird word to use for this kind of situation. But they are inspiring people who are kind of shaking and on the edge to begin with. And they're teaching that you don't need to get fisa Kate on them and to kill people. And it's an ideology that is by definition must be dealt with. And it can't just be turned over and papered over. So in a very specific response when the when somebody makes the claim that ISIS has been stamped out the people in the Middle East who are right under the nose. They say paint. So. Yeah. Less than a minute to go here. I just want to ask you about Ertegun and Turkey is there? Anything left of this relationship? Granted we're both still in NATO, and we both have a reason to oppose expansionism by Vladimir Putin. What else do we have in common? Pretty much nothing. He's he's the guy who's mixing things up now. And that's why I said earlier they the biggest question Mark here is what went on in that conversation between Oregon and lift and Trump what would make the president United States. Suddenly say ok you and Putin clean things up. We're out of it. We're taking the guys home. It's it's bizarre. And that's one of the biggest questions remain again. One would hope that at some point the president would get secretary Pompeo and national security adviser John Bolton and others together. And simply say, this is this is the page that we're on in any event, we think Michael Friedman, journalists.

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Turkey Releases U.S. Pastor After Two Years In Prison

Leland Conway

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Turkey Releases U.S. Pastor After Two Years In Prison

"Outages. A Turkish court has decided to release an American evangelical pastor Andrew Brunson who was at the center of a bitter diplomatic fight between the US and Turkey. Correspondent Ben Wedeman reports the court took away brunson's time served from a previous sentence to justify his release atmospherics within the in the courtroom today was the witnesses for the for the prosecution

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"ben wedeman" Discussed on LI News Radio

LI News Radio

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"ben wedeman" Discussed on LI News Radio

"Gaza to learn more the finishing touches go up on gaza's latest mural portraying the struggle against today's perceived villains from ireland since trump declared he was moving the embassy to jerusalem everything turned upside down his artists since march israeli troops killed more than one hundred palestinian protesters journalists and medical staff among those killed and injured along the fence that separates dasa his unlike in the past the us has an issue the usual calls for israel to exercise restraint while arab leaders put out mild denunciations going through the motions of indignation shoppers in gaza city's main market on the eve of ramadan suspect the airbourne genes have turned their backs they've agreed with trump under the table says moctar muhammad condemnations are just a show for years it's been difficult for palestinians to leave gaza and for outsiders to enter already isolated it now feels abandoned by arab leaders who wants pay lip service to the palestinian cause how much they never heard of a place of gaza says they condemn what's going on but nothing comes of it says bookstore owner salim mariah's i feel the palestinian people are alone no one supports us as they did in the last on a visit to chile the days leading up to monday's bloodshed even palestinian president mugabe best didn't let the storm gathering back home stride the strong man and the weaker ones aren't flexing their muscles for gaza immense my head a worker at the electric company there's there's mohammed bin salman they're all the same says watching as gaza goes by correspondent ben wedeman and this is westwood one news the weekend review on the one.

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UN Security Council discusses Gaza situation after deadly protests

Armstrong and Getty

01:09 min | 2 years ago

UN Security Council discusses Gaza situation after deadly protests

"That's ziprecruiter dot com slash free in israel the un security council is keeping a close eye on the growing violence at the gaza border dozens of palestinians have been killed in fights with israeli forces and israel is using drones they're flying drones are spewing tear gas well inside gaza not the area immediately adjacent to defense that separates gaza from israel but rather five six seven hundred meters inside gaza we saw yesterday one of those drones dropping tear gas on an area where there was a children's playground correspondent ben wedeman says things may be more calm today date appears that there are no protests planned at the moment and it's important to keep in mind that tomorrow is the first day of the holy month of ramadan when muslims refrained from drinking any liquids or eating from sunrise to sunset and ramadan will end thursday june motivation with amazon music is still in bed didn't you go running overslept go tomorrow i've gotten into shower set an alarm.

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Russia, Senator Susan Collins and Europe discussed on Red Eye Radio

Red Eye Radio

02:05 min | 2 years ago

Russia, Senator Susan Collins and Europe discussed on Red Eye Radio

"Talk radio five sixty san francisco san jose oakland a cumulus station now on amazon alexa opened the host skill missile attack bolton's first day i'm elliot francis the russian military says israel is behind an airstrike on a syrian air base overnight that attack follows that poison gas attack saturday on civilians in a suburb of damascus correspondent ben wedeman reporting to the syrian arab news agency report there have been fatalities and casualties as a result of this a missile strike they also say that eight of the missiles were shot down before reaching their targets the pentagon has denied it was involved in the united states was behind this missile strike the other main suspect is of course israel which over the last few years has conducted more than a hundred strikes within syria more than a dozen people reported dead in that airstrike dozens of people are hurt seriously under the bus strike an overpass in new york city sunday night published reports claim that bus hearing thirty eight students involved chaperones was returning from a spring break trip to europe when it struck an overpass in long island showing off the top of the bus on national security adviser john bolton starts his new job today in time to address this weekend's deadly chemical attack in syria john lawrence has more national security adviser john bolton is holding a small group meeting this afternoon officials there will discuss the suspected syrian chemical attack and possible actions republican senator susan collins says the us cannot dismiss the serious accusations against syria last time this happened the president did a targeted attack to take out some but that that may be an option that we should consider now syria and russia deny involvement and accused rebels in duma of fabricating the attack i'm john lawrence repaying new york city fire officials still to determine the cause of saturday's fire at trump tower that left a man dead and four firefighters injured playing claes claimed the.

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Rolls Royce CEO on Trump's Steel Tariffs

Quest Means Business

14:59 min | 2 years ago

Rolls Royce CEO on Trump's Steel Tariffs

"Any plans at this point for retaliation against US products. You can bet on it. Canadian officials are huddling as we speak that if Donald Trump doesn't in his words back down that they will respond with clear here though is that they will respond economically. But my goodness is it going to have a political pushback. You know is interesting in speaking about Speaker Paul, Ryan, who is pushing back against this saying it will start a trade war. There are many GOP leaders saying, Look, we don't want any part of the Trump tariffs and Canada plans to really hit that message home with their targeted retaliation. Here they will hit GOP states. They will hit swing states, they will hit industries. Perhaps even in Paul, Ryan's Wisconsin. That'll make it clear that this isn't going to work anyone, you know for anyone now having said that stuff, neat time and time again from these negotiations, we've heard rhetoric from lie has are We've always heard the same thing. He has always been pessimistic and Freeland from Canada as always been perhaps a bit too optimistic. What we heard is that she was fighting back, fighting back, hard in saying, Look, we want this to be a win, win, win. The minute it becomes. Zero sum game, There's no question countries like Canada will suffer much more than the United States, but make no mistake. The United States Mexico will suffer as well Patrick, what impact our Is this rhetoric from Trump on tariffs, having on the NAFTA trade talks, Trump wants a better NAFTA deal. Has this incentivize in any way, the trade representatives from Canada and Mexico to concede any points? The Not so far. The the the threat of tariffs, If Trump President Trump goes through with them next week, would only through ice on already fragile negotiations enough. The And I think the irony of of these tariffs Stephanie is the red states that got Trump into the White House would probably be hit the hardest you're talking about farmers in the Midwest, A An auto workers in the rust belt of the United States. And even in the southeast as well with farmers in auto workers there, It's a very a trade heavy area. The other irony is that we're not action. Early talking about punishing China with these specific steel tariffs, Paula, Obviously, Canada and Mexico are US allies. I wonder if there's any sense. I mean, the markets are clearly shaking off the feeling that there is going to be a trade war, at least today that that could change. But is there a sense among Canadian officials that this may be bluffing on the part of the Trump administration? I think they certainly hope so, but they've they learn anything from the Trump administration is just take them at their word and take it at Donald Trump's word alone and not as the point that they are still hanging on what he says. They still do not rule out the possibility that those tariffs will be imposed later this week. Now, if that happens, That doesn't mean Donald Trump on changes mind again. But it has been interesting to see the market shrugged this off. I think they were definitely bolstered by the Speaker Ryan saying he wasn't with it and certainly seeing it. Some of the more Let's say alarmist predictions from some of the companies in the United States saying, Look, this is going to cost Americans more everywhere. Even if it will help some steel and aluminum workers. Having said that seventy everyone has to be reminded here. This is the political script. The Donald Trump is writing and he will ride this out for several months. Even if it does appear to be hurting the economy, if he thinks it will help him politically. And that is the only thing that Canadian officials right now are banking, Paula Newton from Ottawa and. Trickle less Thanks a lot will the proposed a tariffs threaten many foreign companies that invest heavily in the US luxury carmaker Rolls Royce and its parent company. BMW could be badly affected by steel and aluminum tariffs speaking on quest to express earlier the Rolls Royce, chief executive stressed the importance of his company's contribution to the US economy. Roses, part of for the BMW group best you might know, and the BMW group is a major investor when it comes to the United States, not only in plant facilities, but also when it comes to generate jobs. For many, many Americans said, I think the BMW group brought quite some wealth into the United States. And with that, I would love to leave it because let's wait and see how that really pans out. Finally, tactful answer. There is really a Prime Minister. Benjamin Netanyahu has left a widening corruption, probe back home to visit another administration mired in controversy and chaos here in the US President Trump welcomes his Israeli counterpart to the White House. Speaking to reporters that pair celebrated the planned opening of a new American embassy in Jerusalem. Mr Trump claims that move will cost significantly less than the proposed one billion dollars. He said it'll cost two hundred fifty thousand dollars. In fact. And the president says he may even attended the opening ceremony himself or Lieberman has been following this story from Jerusalem Orient watching these two leaders needed as always amusing a PM Netanyahu seem to really bend over backwards. A flatter Mr Trump this time comparing his decision to recognize Jerusalem as the Israeli capital to the Balfour agreement. Uh, did anything it surprising come out of the meeting Warren. Not really exactly as we expected Netanyahu is often directed a tremendous amount of flattery towards Trump. And this was certainly no different. They hit their talking points. And this was as much as this was about the substance of what was said. It was also about the optics of it. These two leaders getting along well Netanyahu and Trump are popular with each other's voter basis. It was all about that picture. The two of them smiling together, shaking hands Trump said he may attend the opening of the embassy in May. It's the first time he said that, although we fully expect to be here in May for the simple reason, that is an easy win for Trump. It's an easy win for Netanyahu and these two leaders get along famously well, so Netanyahu made it clear. He wants to talk about Iran in combating the nuclear deal that they did mostly pro in private or Netanhyahu made a short statement about it right at the beginning. But it was pretty much on point in terms of what we expected from these two leaders are. Anna. You've been following Netanyahu's his political turmoil at home. And right before he left, there was a development and one of the corruption cases against him some bad news. It appears for Prime Minister Netanyahu. Can you bring us up to speed on that? It actually happened after he left. It happened a few hours, Just a few hours before Netanyahu and Trump met in Washington. And that's that a third one of Netanyahu's confidants turned state's witness agreeing to work with investigators in another blow to the prime minister. It seems These blows in these developments against the prime minister and his inner circle are coming every few days. No ever since police said they had enough evidence to indict him in two separate investigations who still has the support of his coalition at this point. So it doesn't have to worry about some leaked somebody toppling the government while he's gone, but it's another blow against Netanyahu in this comes just a couple of days after he was questioned under caution In another Graf Perot meeting. He is a suspect now in three different corruption investigation. All right Orrin LeBron reporting from Jerusalem are and thanking we did here from the opposition as well. Prime Minister Netanyahu Hill was expected to ask, asked for US, help to prevent Iran from draining a greater foothold in Syria will. I asked former Israeli foreign minister sippy. Any how big an issue that is. It's important to understand that it's not only a trip to Israel. I hear about Iran and Turkey narrow Bicknell less than I hear it in the Abreu Uh, this is a trip to the region and even to the world, uh, the idea We are talking about Syria. Uh, this is a day after, uh, and the the outcome cannot be Iran control Syria, and we heavy, Ron, and these controlled in Iraq. And in Syria and Lebanon, It's unacceptable. And I believe that the whole of say of Russia now, uh, since it's becoming very, um, uh, a very big in in Syria, I think that those should be in understanding in an agreement that, uh, we doubt any connection to us at whether we stay So go, uh, the need east to take Iran out of Syria and to minimise the tsar controlling the rated. Do you think that there should be more military intervention on the part of the US? I think we are not even there. It's important to to say that everything is on the table. Sometimes those a needs to speak about the use of force in order to prevent the use of force. Uh, but now we are Multi-vendor of frankly, the United States is not very active in the region, unfortunately. And it's time for the United States will conduct the Rita and then to deal with the some of the problems that we are all facing this at the meaning go for the leadership of the United States. And when it comes to Syria, Iran, Uh, there is a very commend, frankly, in the Middle East there is no very cubicle, Roland, so. And so the the Russians said there and therefore it's time to be more active when it comes to the Middle East. Let's talk about another potential leadership vacuum. You're the chief negotiator for Israel for many years during peace talks with the Palestinians ever since the US announced that it would be moving its embassy to Jerusalem. The Palestinians have not wanted to engage with the US. At least we don't know that they have publicly. Donald Trump said today that with Jerusalem off the table that gives us an opportunity for peace. The president also said that Palestinians are showing a willingness to come back to the table. I know that you must have contacts on the Palestinian side. So let me ask you tippy, Do you see any sign that the Palestinians are willing to come back to the table with the US as a as a negotiator? My feeling is the after the corrosion of Jerusalem, the Reserve fear on the Palestinian side, the bully would sealed. Over we'd be note, balanced and doubtful. The US can do is to speak with the Palestinian soil, send messages to do to throw the bulldozer likely. As long as the deal is really the ultimate deal between the Israel in the Palestinian and doesn't take in consideration the political problems of Netanyahu in the air. Well, Well, let's talk about that. How much Ed deep water is Netanyahu in politically and I have to ask you this if indeed Netanyahu ends up being indicted. Are you and your party preparing for the possibility of a snap election? Listen, this is the decision. We are all waiting for the decision of. Um, the legal, the legal is to the governmental were, um, the those that need to make the decisions. But it is clear that there is a connection that the more we have more information about what's going on in the boat to corruption that you teach this disturbing. Uh, I don't know whether we are going to face elections in the new future future. We've been, uh, the next few days This is the decision Netanyahu can can may. Uh, but I must say that this Well isn't great democracy and the nobody's above the low. And this is something that this really should big crowd off. Even those who supports Netanyahu and how you hope they understand that even though these are quite difficult Dem's dais for them. Sippy Livni speaking to me earlier now turning to Europe, the major markets are sizeable gains. Thanks to a rally late in the session. Germany's DAX surged one and a half percent. Germany's Social Democratic Party has voted to form a coalition with Uncle Merkel's Christian Democrats. So stability They are not the story though in Italy where stocks fell zero point four percent. Italian politics has been flung into an era of uncertainty. A populist revolt is threatening to upend the established political order. There Ben Wedeman reports on the aftermath of Italy's general election. It was a moment of joy three to five star movements thirty one year old leader, Luigi denial, and the numbers came in. UPI. A movement born just nine years ago, New by anger over corruption bureaucracy and economic decline is now the country's most powerful political force taking almost a third of the fractured electorate. He's a young emotion doco may seem to more Do you hope to Iraq. Tie-ins chose to break with the old system says pensioner unafraid Bill de Benedetti daughter. The other big winner was the Euro skeptic rapidly anti immigrant go or the legal, their share of the vote has more than quadrupled in cattle, General Dostam. But she's a it's clear yesterday. The Italians gave us a precise mandate of the League's leader McHale said veal, declares quality photos. Colombia to-to everything changes. This newspaper headlined announces while another paper throws up its hands with a body banner meaning roughly What a mess. The country is right for radical change. Incomes have been stagnant for a quarter of a century unemployment remains stubbornly in double digits. The young are leaving the country in record. Numbers can add value that you They go to Spain, England, American anywhere. As long as they can find a stable job, There's nothing stable here. Any more says, Rome resident Amandio Jida when he was buying any, give their area at all, let you love the last traditional parties still standing on a centre-left Tito Democrat, Gordon Democratic party saw its share of the vote fall from twenty five percent in two thousand thirteen to nineteen percent in Sunday's vote and Monday evening. It's Young once promising leader, former prime minister Matteo DNC but vowed to resign. As soon as a new government is formed, known could evoke kissy outpost CB late. Never newspaper columnist must see more Franco says the guardians of the status quo only have themselves to blame. So the first sir movement is the symptom of the failure of the traditional parties system is not the coal was the source of this failure. If you don't govern well, other the people may be more incompetent are coming and taking your place.

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"ben wedeman" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"ben wedeman" Discussed on WTMA

"Unto seven three point eight five tim henman have to do charlie james in the morning stimulating talk all day be tbi a cumulus station egypt fights back russian hacks not disclosed i'm christopher cruise still no claim of responsibility for the slaughter of hundreds of innocent in egypt mosque in northern sinai friday three hundred five worshippers among them twenty seven children were killed by guns and grenades in the deadliest terrorist attack and correspondent ben wedeman has been following this story from cairo this is just the latest in a series of attacks egypt bitter connected it's believed to this militant group affiliated with isis last december they attacked a church in cairo on palm sunday there were twin attacks one on a church in the deltas city of tanta another in alexandria and of course it was also this group that we lay at sinai did claimed responsibility for the october 2015 downing of that russian metro jet liner well associated press investigation has found that the fbi failed to tell dosage of american officials but russian hackers were trying to break into their personal g mail accounts even though adrienne said evidence for at least a year that the official were being targetted pope francis leaves the vatican today for a historic visit to myanmar corresponded delia gallagher says this is one of the most diplomatically delicate trips the pope pius ever engaged in is going at a time when both the un and the us have perry of ethnic cleansing of its minority muslim population a hearing test and even the language that the hope uses the word ringing considered inflammatory for me and mark ads by cigarette makers began firing on network television tonight for the first time in decades the ads will also appear in newspapers philip morris rj reynolds and other tobacco companies.

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"ben wedeman" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"ben wedeman" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"For attack in modern egyptian history and there has still been no claim of responsibility between twenty five and thirty militants in five suvs attacked a mosque in northern sinai friday during midday prayers officials believe isis is responsible but the terror group hasn't spoke at the bottom corner ben wedeman is in cairo middle east news agency the news agency of egypt puts the death toll at this point at least three hundred five including twenty seven children in addition to one hundred twenty eight people wounded syrian activists say airstrikes by government troops in the suburbs of the capital damascus today have killed at least nineteen civilians it will be awkward tomorrow with the consumer financial protection bureau in washington it's first director resigned friday and main tuesday excess your as he says the law setting up the agency allows him to do president trump named someone else it's not clear who will be the boss the state of texas has fired it's special education director it's alleged that lorry cash covered up a sexual abuse case that in oregon school she worked for before taking the job in texas cash was faced with a one point eight five million dollars civil suit alleging that a sixyearold special ed student told cash that she was being sexually abused by another student the suit says cash tried to block the student from coming forward and wind she did cash reportedly retaliated the texas education agency released a statement saying nash glorying information in the hiring process and said she has no business being in charge of special ed in texas clayton neville download the it with a great start to the holiday shopping and.

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"ben wedeman" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"ben wedeman" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The battle brewing striking back i'm barbara kusak accord battle could be in the making after the president appointed his own acting director to the consumer financial protection bureau after the outgoing director named an interim leader correspondent four centuries reports one of the architects of the agency senator elizabeth warren argued issuers stepped his bounds and was not following the law in a tweet she cited doddfrank legislation which stage that the deputy director of the cfpb which serve as acting director in the absence or unavailability of the director on saturday the white house cited a different law the federal vacancies reform act of nineteen ninety eight to defend the appointment as a routine move egypt's president vows the deadly attack on a mosque in northern sign i will not go unpunished as airstrike were carried out against militants that are believed to have carried out that attack were from correspondent ben wedeman so far no claim by any credible a social media source did isis was behind it the state prosecutor here in egypt saying that one of the attackers or some of the attackers did brandished the black banner of isis alabama native former nba star charles barkley that old alabama senate candidate roy more as he talked with reporters at the auburn football game on saturday community volume speed should have been disqualified i don't understand odd to me that's the bear party have a guy who's running a a white separatist runako all political office more is facing numerous allegations of sexual misconduct and explosion in a port city south of shanghai has left two dead with more than thirty others injured the explode knocked down buildings and left streets littered with damaged cars and debris starting today philip morris rj reynolds and other big to bag his putting out the first in a series of ads about the dangers of smoking barbara kusak yep war poverty and disaster have left millions of children around the.

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"ben wedeman" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"ben wedeman" Discussed on WINS 1010

"The desk and get back to the social scene again that's a good weekend foreign secretary is a far away old bread rolls back into your life like a thunderstorm kaffir goeran focused that energy towards your significant other key words in aquarius this week in a romantic interests might spark up unexpectedly and pacy starts of new routines one that focus on being healthier that you've been ours are coming up soon harassed attack yesterday on a sufi mosque in egypt's sinai peninsula three hundred five people were killed in the worst case of terrorism the country has ever seen the attackers used both explosives and firearms correspondent ben wedeman tells us what investigators have determined so far somewhere between twenty five thirty many of them with peers and long hair entered the mosque after of sort of explosion some of them were wearing combat fatigues and according to this statement from the public prosecutor one of the men who entered the mosque had his flag also torched two seven cars belonging to worshippers that were parked outside there is no formal claim of responsibility for the attack 27 children were among the dead the navy has identified the three sailors lost in that plane crash off okinawa lieutenant stephen the florida matthew i lost three of louisiana an airman apprentice brian groso of florida died after their navy plane went down in the philippine sea on wednesday more from corresponded barbara star name now being made public by the navy according to protocol be notified the family and they wait seventy two hours basically before their names are made public show the family we sometimes grieving late eight other people on the aircraft were rescued the cause of the crash is still under investigation uh wins news time one away cbs monday start the week of big with big laughs on man with a plan here hilarious adding some hilarious comedy star matt leblanc is back open the window i'm about to turn up the heat and.

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"ben wedeman" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"ben wedeman" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The ground shakes in north korea races a lot of questions you're scars funding ben wedeman there was a three point four magnitude earthquake detected in a north korea and they said it could have been a possible explosion however the korean meteorological agency is saying that they recorded a three point 0 magnitude earthquake and they believe it was not an an explosion rather it was a natural earthquake but the quake was centred in a part of north korea that is home to a known nuclear fight kyw news time twelve 55 time for the kyw weekend business report from bloomberg business here's michael leisa ondemand streaming is the biggest money maker of all for the music business these days but fans of country music have been slow to go digital downside the upside is how much room for growth fair that's john low by executive vicepresident of the country music label bb are a group he says that potential for growth is the reason why amazon spotify pandora apple music all of pouring marketing dollars into country you fish where the fish are bullet visions in the morning in all thing the country music and whoever is a very loyal consumer that can cure per year after year after year and this year garth brooks celebrated the five million ticket and amazon celebrated exclusive streaming rights to garth brooks is music companies cast their nets in there marketing.

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"ben wedeman" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"ben wedeman" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Thank you for having nickel burke can i come first to you i mean this series was as twofisted as it get it gets got enormous a readership around the world uh you right in the the serbs are dishonest president you said it was no secret during the campaign that deng trump was a narcissist and a demagogue you're pulling no punches you who used fear and dishonesty to appeal to the worst in american voters the times la times called him unprepared and unsuited for the job he was seeking said his election will be a catastrophe is we go on to read this editorial series nick you pretty much decided in april that it is or was a remains a catastrophe immensely dangerous i mean just on and on a man so unpredictable so reckless soap petulance so full of blind self regard so untethered to reality it's impossible to know where his presidency will lead or how much damage he will do to our nation take us through your thought process nicholas goldberg that in april already had you ready to come out swinging that hard in your editorials well in what am i we hit effort for donald trump on the day he was elected jumped ben wedeman writing about this man from the beginning of the republican primaries we were one of the earlier papers to come out and uh and and right that we thought he was unsuited for the job he fit for the job unqualified for the job back during the primaries then now we road are uh we were at our endorsement of hillary clinton in that we said that we thought that a trump presidency would be disastrous.

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