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"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I haven't been following. I really haven't king shows no signs of leaving. And there isn't much to congress is likely to do about it. They could vote to expel him here. But that is extremely rare and in Iowa voters can't remove him. They would have to wait two years for the next election. Also on Capitol Hill this week attorney general nominee William Barr began his confirmation hearing, the president's own pick for Torney general thing he knows Bob Muller that he's a marine. He's a friend that Muller would not conduct a witch-hunt bowing to protect the special counsel's investigation. That is vitally important that the special counsel be allowed to complete his investigation. I have known Bob Muller for thirty years on my watch. Bob will be allowed to finish his work bar defending Muller against those words that the president has tweeted so often but claim that Muller is on a witch hunt. I don't I don't believe Mr. Muller would would be involved in a witch hunt. William bar insisted. He would resist any pressure from President Trump will not be bullied into doing anything. I think is wrong. By anybody, whether it be editorial boards or congress or the president Democrats pressing bar asking him, would you fire Muller if the president asked you to assuming there was no good 'cause assuming no good caught. I would not carry out that instruction will the American people ever see Muller's report bar saying that under Justice department guidelines was findings would be confidential, but that in the interest of transparency he would then release his own summary of the report to the public and congress. He did however say that neither Trump nor his lawyers would get to edit Muller's report, but it was bar himself. Who wrote the Justice department of memo just last year raising questions about Moses investigation into possible. Obstruction of Justice today about what he wrote I think it was entirely proper and given what he wrote when asked what he would do career ethics officials recommended he recused himself bar said, they're different kinds of recusals some mandated others other judgment calls acting EPA administrator. Andrew Wheeler also faced questions as he had his own confirmation hearing amid new revelations about the agency data from the Justice department shows the EPA referred just one hundred. Sixty six cases for prosecution in the last fiscal year. The lowest number since nineteen Eighty-eight when during the Reagan administration only one hundred and fifty one cases were referred the data was compiled by the nonprofit public employees for environmental responsibility, executive director, Jeff rook says criminal case referrals have dropped considerably over time. It's sixty percent reduction just from two thousand eleven and a seventy two percent reduction from twenty years ago. So historically EPA produce many more prosecutable cases than they're producing their rook also says there is a concerning reduction in the number of staff at the EPA whose job it is to look into potential criminal cases in one thousand nine hundred congressman dated at the EPA as criminal investigation division, deploy at least two hundred special agents. But now they're down to one hundred and thirty agents for the entire country Roque attributes the decline in staff in criminal case referrals to a combination of things appears to be a combination of them starving the program and policy. Initiatives that make criminal enforcement an absolute last resort. Even if it's mirrored President Trump is a supporter of deregulation and has taken steps to change the country's policy and stance on environmental issues. Trump has withdrawn the US from the Paris climate accord, and it's been a staunch supporter of coal energy. He said this during a visit to wheeling West Virginia in September. We wanna dig call, right? Trump's first EPA chief Scott Pruitt, also worked to rollback, many Obama era environmental policies in response to the data showing the decline in referrals said the DOJ the EPA downplayed the drop in a statement to the Associated Press saying that it's been directing its resources to the quote, most significant and impactful cases in the first two months of this fiscal year, the numbers show criminal case referrals continuing to slow as only twenty four cases have been sent to the DOJ. Mark Remillard, ABC news, New York. Michigan State University is named a new interim chief the Michigan State University. Board of trustees has announced it has accepted. Interim president John anglers resignation angler asked in his resignation letter to leave next week. But the board bump that up to today. They've named Dr settee pas the new interim president this is the third person to fill the role in just over a year. The turnover comes as the school continues to deal with fallout from the doctor Larry Nassar abuse scandal. Ryan burrow, ABC news. Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is looking for a new criminal defense. Attorney in a joint statement Harvey Weinstein and Benjamin Bronfman announced they have agreed to part ways. Brockman had represented the embattled movie producer and has Manhattan criminal case which involves five charges based on the accounts of two different women. The statement gave no reason for Bronfman's departure is defense counsel. But said he has agreed to cooperate fully with Weinstein's new lawyer that person has not been named a judge must sign off on the change just two days after China announced a plant was growing in space. We received a sad update from the dark side of the moon..

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"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I haven't been following it. I really haven't king shows no signs of leaving. And there isn't much the congress is likely to do about it. They could vote to expel him here. But that is extremely rare and in Iowa voters can't remove him. They would have to wait two years for the next election. Also on Capitol Hill this week attorney general nominee William Barr began his confirmation hearing, the president's own pick for Torney general saying he knows Bob Muller that he's a marine. He's a friend that Muller would not conduct a witch-hunt bowing to protect the special counsel's investigation. It is vitally important that the special counsel be allowed to complete his investigation. I have known Bob Muller for thirty years on my watch. Bob will be allowed to finish his work bar defending Muller against those words that the president has tweeted so often but claim that Muller is on a witch hunt. I don't I don't believe Mr. Muller would would be involved in a witch hunt. And William bar insisted. He would resist any pressure from President Trump will not be bullied into doing anything. I think is wrong. By anybody, whether it be editorial boards or congress or the president Democrats pressing bar asking him, would you fire Muller if the president asked you to assuming there was no good 'cause assuming no good caught. I I would not. Carry out that instruction and will the American people ever see Muller's report bar saying that under Justice department guidelines, what was findings would be confidential, but that in the interests of transparency he would then release his own summary of the report to the public and congress. He did however say that neither Trump nor his lawyers would get to edit Muller's report, but it was bar himself. Who wrote the Justice department memo just last year raising questions about mos- investigation into possible. Obstruction of Justice today about what he wrote I think it was proper and given what he wrote when asked what he would do career ethics officials recommended he recused himself bar said there, different kinds of recusals some mandated others other judgment calls acting EPA administrator Andrew Wheeler also faced questions as he had his own confirmation hearing, and it new revelations about the agency data from the Justice department shows, the EPA referred just one hundred and sixty six cases for prosecution in the last fiscal year. The lowest number since nineteen eighty eight when during the Reagan administration only one hundred and fifty one cases were referred the data was compiled by the nonprofit public employees for environmental responsibility, executive director, Jeff rook says criminal case referrals have dropped considerably over time. It's a sixty percent reduction just from two thousand eleven and a seventy two percent reduction from twenty years ago. So historically EPA produce many more prosecutable cases than they're producing. Now rook also says there is a concerning reduction in the number of staff at the EPA whose job it is to look into potential criminal cases in one thousand nine hundred congressman dated at the EPA as criminal investigation division, deploy at least two hundred special agents. But now they're down to one hundred thirty agents for the entire country rook attributes the decline in staff in criminal case referrals to a combination of things appears to be a combination of them starving the program and policy initiatives that make criminal enforcement. An absolute last resort. Even if it's merited President Trump is a supporter of deregulation and has taken steps to change the country's policy and stance on environmental issues. Trump has withdrawn the US for the Paris climate accord and has been a staunch supporter of coal energy. He said this during a visit to wheeling West Virginia in September. We wanna dig call, right? Trump's first EPA chief Scott Pruitt, also worked a rollback, many Obama era environmental policies in response to the data showing the decline in referrals to the DOJ. The EPA downplayed the drop in a statement to the Associated Press saying that it's been directing its resources to the quote, most significant and impactful cases in the first two months of this fiscal year, the numbers show criminal case referrals continuing to slow as only twenty four cases have been sent to the DOJ. Mark Remillard, ABC news, New York. Michigan State University is named a new interim chief the Michigan State University. Board of trustees has announced it has accepted. Interim president John anglers resignation angler asked in his resignation letter to leave next week. But the board bump that up to today. They've named Dr teach pas the new interim president this is the third person to fill the role in just over a year. The turnover comes as the school continues to deal with fallout from the doctor Larry Nassar abuse scandal. Ryan burrow, ABC news. Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is looking for a new criminal defense. Attorney in a joint statement Harvey Weinstein and Benjamin Bronfman announced they have agreed to part ways. Brockman had represented the embattled movie producer and has Manhattan criminal case which involves five charges based on the accounts of two different women. The statement gave no reason for Bronfman's departure is defense counsel. But said he is agreed to cooperate fully with Weinstein's new lawyer that person has not been named a judge must sign off on the change just two days after China announced a plant was growing in space. We received a sad update from the dark side of the moon..

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"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"A warning from the aviation industry over the government shutdown is coming to fruition this morning. The FAA says several major airports are seeing flight delays because of staffing issues due to the partial government shutdown air traffic is more than an hour behind schedule at New York's LaGuardia and Newark international in New Jersey. There was a limited ground. Stop at LaGuardia. Delays are also. Being reported in Chicago on Capitol Hill negotiations underway after two bills failed yesterday aimed to reopen. The federal government Colorado congressman Ed Pearl is hopeful something will get done I met with Cory Gardner yesterday. Michael Bennett, a number of senators after yesterday, I'm a little more optimistic about this thing coming to a close and getting people back to work, Colorado. Democrat Senator Michael Bennet says he's extremely fatigued and frustrated by shutdown politics. We haven't over the last ten years, but able to focus on what the American people people in Colorado really need us to focus on Bennett ripped Republican Senator Ted Cruz over the twenty thirteen shutdown while Colorado flooded Bennett accused cruised of shitting crocodile tears for first responders in the current budget standoff longtime Donald Trump adviser and confidante Roger stone is under indictment by special counsel. Robert muller. He was in a Florida courtroom earlier this morning on obstruction and counts involving false statements and witness tampering. The judge just released him on two hundred fifty thousand dollars bond ABC chief legal analyst, Dan Abrahams says. Indictment doesn't say that the president is is involved. But there are ties to his run for the White House. Trump campaign is mentioned twenty times. So there's no way to talk about this indictment and ignore the reality that Trump campaign is mentioned numerous times here. And when talking about who directed it. I mean, that's the big question who who director, I will promise you more hadn't answered that question is not answering it in the context of this indictment. Meantime, Sarah Sanders in the White House maintained. There are no ties between stones arrest and the president back here closer to home Denver public schools apologizing for what is calling a miscommunication over immigration visas KOA NewsRadio joining us live with the details of that miscommunication. Yeah. It came from the district and asked teachers with a visa working on visas essentially to disclose whether they would strike or not. So that they could then be reported to immigration officials DPS apologizing calling that communication a mistake and an incorrect one at that also said it was sorry for the anxiety it caused with teachers district. Says it does not provide the names of striking teachers to the government. Reporting live, Connor shreve. KOA NewsRadio on the subject to teachers GPS teachers are rallying while. They're strike is on hold many of them picketed a school board meeting last night. Chris Christopher first grade teacher. He says educators are stressed about how their students will fair if there is a strike, and you make sure that our kids are taken care of if we do have to walk out, the strike is on hold the state decides if labor officials will intervene in the possible work stoppage, former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper still has his sights set on the White House in twenty twenty well maybe Hickenlooper talked about it yesterday during the US conference of mayors in Washington, he says he's probably leaning toward running. But he also added that his team is trying to figure out if his message will gain some traction with American people Hickenlooper said, I'll make his mind soon about next year's election. Chad Hoffman KOA NewsRadio a Bill that would restrict cell phone use while driving unless you're using a hands free device is still alive after three hours of testimony about it yesterday. Denise maze. As of the Colorado ACLU says the Senate Bill is just too broad, even if I am to use my yahu, maps or Google maps that's covered under this still. I am prohibited. From doing that. That's the problem if past anybody caught using a cell phone while behind the wheel without using a hands free device could face a ticket and a potential misdemeanor for repeated offense. Embattled Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has a defense team Harvey Weinstein's initial criminal defense attorney Benjamin Bronfman bowed out. I wish him the best of luck Weinstein hired a four person replacement team that includes Jose Baez is innocent. The judge signed off on the changes and still expects Weinstein to stand trial in may on charges of rape and sexual assault. Which Weinstein denies he's counting on biased. Ronald Sullivan, Duncan Levin and Pamela Mackey to defend him by Sullivan represented Aaron Hernandez Mackey represented Kobe, Brian and Levin is a former top deputy in the office prosecuting Weinstein. Aaron Katersky, ABC news, New York and finally..

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"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"A warning from the aviation industry over the government shutdown is coming to fruition this morning. The FAA says several major airports are seeing flight delays because of staffing issues due to the partial government shutdown air traffic is more than an hour behind schedule at New York's LaGuardia and Newark international in New Jersey. There was a limited ground. Stop at LaGuardia. Delays are also. Being reported in Chicago on Capitol Hill negotiations underway after two bills failed yesterday aimed to reopen. The federal government Colorado congressman Ed parameter is hopeful something will get done I met with Cory Gardner yesterday. Michael Bennett, a number of senators after yesterday, I'm a little more optimistic about this thing coming to a close and getting people back to work, Colorado. Democrat Senator Michael Bennet says he's extremely fatigued and frustrated by shutdown politics. We haven't over the last ten years, but able to focus on what the American people people in Colorado really need us to focus on Bennett ripped Republican Senator Ted Cruz over the twenty thirteen shutdown while Colorado flooded Bennett accused cruised of shitting crocodile teeters for first responders in the current budget standoff longtime Donald Trump adviser and confidante Roger stone is under indictment by special counsel. Robert muller. He was in a Florida courtroom earlier this morning on obstruction and counts involving false statements and witness tampering. The judge just released him on two hundred fifty thousand dollars bond ABC chief legal analyst, Dan Abrahams says the. Doesn't say that the president is is involved. But there are ties to his run for the White House campaign is mentioned twenty times indictment. So there's no way to talk about this indictment and ignore the reality that Trump campaign is mentioned numerous times here. And when talking about who directed it. I mean, that's the big question who wouldn't him who director? I will promise you. Moeller hadn't answered that question. Not answering it in the context of this indictment. Meantime, Sarah Sanders in the White House maintained. There are no ties between stones arrest and the president back here closer to home Denver public schools apologizing for what is calling a miscommunication over immigration visas, KOA NewsRadio. Joining us live with details of that miscommunication. Yeah. It came from the district and asked teachers with a visa working on a visa essentially to disclose whether they would strike or not. So that they could then be reported to immigration officials DPS apologizing calling that communication a mistake and an incorrect one at that also said it was sorry for the anxiety it caused with teachers district says it does not provide the names of striking teachers to the government reporting live Connor schrief KOA NewsRadio on the subject to teachers GPS. Teachers are rallying while. They're strike is on hold many of them picketed a school board meeting last night. Chris Christopher screen teacher. He says educators are stressed about how their students will fair if there is a strike, and you make sure that our kids are. Taking care of if we do have to walk out, the strike is on hold while the state decides if officials will intervene in the possible work stoppage, former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper still has his sights set on the White House in twenty twenty well maybe Hickenlooper talked about it yesterday during the US conference of mayors in Washington, he says he's probably leaning toward running. But he also added that his team is trying to figure out if his message will gain some traction with American people Hickenlooper said, I'll make up his mind soon about next year's election. Chad Hoffman KOA NewsRadio a Bill that would restrict cell phone use while driving unless you're using a hands free device is still alive after three hours of testimony about it yesterday. Denise maze of the Colorado. ACLU says the Senate Bill is just too broad even if I am to use my yahu maps or my Google maps that's covered under this still. I am prohibited. From doing that. That's the problem if past anybody caught using a cell phone while behind the wheel without using a hands free device could face a ticket and a potential. Demeanor for a repeated offense. Embattled Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has a defense team Weinstein's initial criminal defense attorney Benjamin Bronfman bowed out. I wish him the best of luck Weinstein hired a four person replacement team that includes Jose Baez is innocent. The judge signed off on the changes and still expects Weinstein to STAN file in may on charges of rape and sexual assault. Which Weinstein denies he's counting on bias Ronald Sullivan, Dunkin Lebanon, Pamela, Mackey to defend him by Sullivan represented Aaron Hernandez Mackey represented Kobe, Brian and Levin is a former top deputy in the office prosecuting Weinstein. Aaron Katersky, ABC news, New York and finally..

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"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Time right now, let's look at the sports news, the Nixon the nets meat for the third time this season tonight. If the Barclay center Brooklyn has won the first two against the Knicks. The nets are twenty six and twenty three with five straight wins. Knicks ten thirty six seven straight losses and bad news for the nets here. Spencer Dinwiddie as torn ligaments in his right thumb. He's gonna miss four to six weeks golf Tiger Woods shot a two-under seventy at Torrey Pines, Jon Rahm. The leader at minus ten but tiger happy with his start of the new golf season and Yankees reliever. Adam Arte vino is making team history. Even before he throws a single pitch. He'll become the first player in franchise history to wear the number zero out of vino signed a three year deal with the Yankees last week. Also wore the number zero with Colorado. Speaking of numbers, let's get to Wall Street not much to talk about yesterday kind of lacklustre day. The Dow down twenty two the NASDAQ up forty eight and the s&p who's up for this morning. They'll futures are higher. Dow futures up one hundred fifty three NASDAQ up sixty three s and p futures up seventeen European markets are higher and the stocks are trading higher of the opening bell this morning win resort. Starbucks marathon petroleum and Western Digital on the negative side of things Intel intuitive surgical Altria and Southwest Airlines Harvey Weinstein returns to a New York courtroom today. He's seeking a judge's permission to change lawyers Weinstein has been casting a new legal team to defend the disgraced film producer from rape and sexual assault charges. A judge must approve the decision to drop Benjamin Bronfman he got one charge dismissed but failed to convince the judge to throw out the entire case despite raising questions about the conduct of the district attorney's office, and the police Weinstein has hired Jose bias who defended Casey Anthony, Pamela Mackey who defended Kobe Bryant and two others, including a former prosecutor in the Manhattan District attorney's office Aaron Katersky. ABC news new. Down five fifty ten minutes before six and time again for traffic.

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"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Time right now. Let's look at the sports news, the Nixon the nets beat for the third time this season tonight. If the Barclay center Brooklyn has won the first two against the Knicks. The nets are twenty six and twenty three with five straight wins. Knicks ten and thirty six seven straight losses and bad news for the nets here. Spencer Dinwiddie as torn ligaments in his right thumb. He's gonna miss four to six weeks golf Tiger Woods shot a two under seventy. Torrey Pines Jon Rahm, the leader at minus ten but tiger happy with his start of the new golf season and Yankees reliever. Annum Arte vino is making team history. Even before he throws a single pitch. He'll become the first player in franchise history to wear the number zero out of vino signed a three year deal with the Yankees last week. Also wore the number zero with Colorado. Speaking of numbers, let's get to Wall Street not much to talk about yesterday. Kind of a lackluster day. The Dow down twenty two the NASDAQ up forty eight and the S and P four this morning. They'll futures are higher. Dow futures up one hundred fifty three NASDAQ up sixty three s and p futures up seventeen European markets are higher and the stocks are trading higher of the opening bell this morning win resort. Starbucks marathon petroleum and Western Digital on the negative side of things Intel intuitive surgical Altria and Southwest Airlines Harvey Weinstein returns to. To a New York courtroom today, he seeking a judge's permission to change lawyers Harvey Weinstein has been casting a new legal team to defend the disgraced film producer from rape and sexual assault charges. A judge must approve the decision to drop Benjamin Bronfman he got one charge dismissed but failed to convince the judge to throw out the entire case despite raising questions about the conduct of the district attorney's office, and the police Weinstein has hired Jose bias who defended Casey Anthony, Pamela Mackey who defended Kobe Bryant and two others, including a former prosecutor in the Manhattan District attorney's office Aaron Katersky. ABC news, New York. Down five fifty ten minutes before six and time again for traffic.

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"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I haven't been following it. I really haven't been king shows no signs of leaving. And there isn't much to congress is likely to do about it. They could vote to expel him here. But that is extremely rare and in Iowa voters can't remove him. They would have to wait two years for the next election. Also on Capitol Hill this week attorney general nominee William Barr began his confirmation hearing, the president's own pick for Torney general thing he knows Bob Muller that he's a marine. He's a friend and that Muller would not conduct a witch-hunt, narrowing to protect the special counsel's investigation. That is vitally important that the special counsel be allowed to complete his investigation. I have known Bob Muller for thirty years on my watch. Bob will be allowed to finish his work bar defending Muller. Against those words that the president has tweeted so often the claim that Muller is on a witch hunt. I don't I don't believe Mr. Muller would would be involved in a witch hunt. William bar insisted. He would resist any pressure from President Trump will not be bullied into doing anything. I think is wrong. By anybody, whether it be editorial boards or congress or the president Democrats pressing bar asking him, would you fire Muller? If the president asked you assuming there was no good 'cause assuming no good 'cause I I would not carry out that instruction and will the American people ever see Muller's report bar saying that under Justice department guidelines was findings would be confidential, but that in the interests of transparency he would then release his own summary of the report to the public and congress. He did however say that neither Trump nor his lawyers would get to edit Muller's report, but it was bar himself. Who wrote the Justice department of memo just last year raising questions about Moses investigation into possible. Obstruction of Justice the press today about what he wrote I think it was entirely proper and given what he wrote when asked what he would do your career ethics officials recommended he recused himself bar said, there are different kinds of. Recusals some mandated others other judgment calls acting EPA administrator. Andrew Wheeler also faced questions as he had his own confirmation hearing, and it new revelations about the agency data from the Justice department shows EPA referred just one hundred and sixty six cases for prosecution in the last fiscal year. The lowest number since nineteen Eighty-eight when during the Reagan administration only one hundred and fifty one cases were referred the data was compiled by the nonprofit public employees for environmental responsibility, executive director, Jeff rook says criminal case referrals have dropped considerably over time. It's a sixty percent reduction just from two thousand eleven and a seventy two percent reduction from twenty years ago, so historically EPA produce many more prosecutable cases than they're producing their roof. Also says there is a concerning reduction in the number of staff at the EPA whose job it is to look into potential criminal cases in one thousand nine hundred congressmen dated that the EPA's criminal investigation division, deploy at least two hundred. Agents. But now they're down to a hundred and thirty agents for the entire country rook attributes decline in staff and criminal case referrals to a combination of things appears to be a combination of them starving the program and policy initiatives that make criminal enforcement an absolute last resort. Even if it's mirrored at President Trump is a supporter of deregulation and has taken steps to change the country's policy and stance on environmental issues. Trump has withdrawn the US for the Paris climate accord, and it's been a staunch supporter of coal energy. He said this during a visit to wheeling West Virginia in September. We want to dig call, right? Comes first EPA chief Scott Pruitt, also worked rollback, many Obama era environmental policies in response to the data showing the decline in referrals the DOJ. The downplayed the drop in a statement to the Associated Press saying that it's been directing its resources to the quote, most significant and impactful cases in the first two months of this fiscal year, the numbers show criminal case referrals continuing to slow as only twenty four cases have been sent to the DOJ. Mark Remillard, ABC news, New York. Michigan State University is named a new interim chief the Michigan State University. Board of trustees has announced it has accepted. Interim president John anglers resignation angler asked in his resignation letter to leave next week. But the board bump that up to today they've named Dr settee she does the new interim president this is the third person to fill the role in just over a year. The turnover comes as the school continues to deal with fallout from the doctor Larry Nassar abuse scandal. Ryan burrow, ABC news. Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is looking for a new criminal defense. Turney in a joint statement Harvey Weinstein and Benjamin Bronfman announced they have agreed to part ways Rothman had represented, the embattled movie producer and has Manhattan criminal case which involves five charges based on the accounts of two different women. The statement gave no reason for Rothmans departure is defense counsel. But said he has agreed to cooperate fully with Weinstein's new lawyer that person has not been named a judge must sign off on the change just two days after China announced a plant was growing in space. We received a sad update from the dark side of the moon..

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"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on AP News

"Tim Maguire. The big news yesterday on the partial government shutdown was house speaker Nancy Pelosi's letter suggesting President Trump postponed, the state of the union address set for the twenty ninth of this month until after the partial shutdown ends today. Trump sending a letter of his own postponing military aircraft for her to use on a trip to Afghanistan and Brussels AP's Jonathan Lemere reports a spat as delayed any real work on ending the shutdown communicating not across the bargaining table, which you'd think would be needed to solve the shutdown, but rather through through nasty letters that are dressed up. And of course, the politeness of official Washington, but underneath it really carry some heat. Trump has now canceled the delegation's trip later this month to an economic forum in Davos, Switzerland, all the while so made under thousand federal workers are caught in the buying the number of those seeking unemployment benefits top ten thousand the week of January fifth, but only those on furlough can apply. Those on the job are working without pay. But they're not eligible from asks for asking for the. The benefits IRS worker. Shannon LS tells Casey TV and Kansas City, she's been called back in expectation of a flood of tax return. I am now officially one of the essential employees. And so I will be forced to go back to work with no pay three. Chicago police officers have been acquitted by a judge of charges of trying to cover up the two thousand fourteen police shooting a black teenager Liqun McDonald to try to protect another officer who pulled the trigger Reverend Martin hunter McDonald's, great uncle claims. The trial was unfair verdict says to police officers that you can you can lie cheat. Steal rate, Robin tillage. And it's okay. We we will we will support you and make sure that you never see the inside of a jail cell. The officer who shot McDonald Jason Van Dyke was convicted of second degree murder in a separate trial. He will be sentenced tomorrow. This is AP radio news. Harvey. Weinstein's defense attorney bows out Benjamin Bronfman filed papers to withdraw as Weinstein's lawyer. They say in a joint statement, it was an amicable split. It's still has to be approved by a judge Bronfman. One of the city's top defense lawyers has had numerous high profile clients, including Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Sean combs and Michael Jackson two weeks ago. Brockman persuaded the court to drop some but not all of the sex assault charges against Weinstein. The departure had been the subject of speculation for about a week in an Esquire profile of the lawyer. He calls Weinstein, the kind of guy who gets a second opinion on his tuna salad. Warren Levinson, New York an avalanche at a New Mexico. Ski resort is injured. Two people prompting precautionary search for other possible. Victims officials say there are no others caught in that slide accident happened despite a series of precautions taken this morning ski patrollers evaluating conditions setting off explosives to trigger slides before the slopes were open. I'm Tim Maguire. AP radio news. This is firefighter Raphael poorer yet firehouse subs. Introducing the new spicy Cajun chicken sub Cajun seasons grilled chicken,.

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"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on AP News

"Postponed, the state of the union address set for the twenty ninth of this month until after the partial shutdown ends today. Trump sending a letter of his own postponing military aircraft for her to use on a trip to Afghanistan. In Brussels AP's Jonathan Lemaire reports a spat as delayed any real work on ending the shutdown communicating not across the bargaining table, which you think would be needed to solve this shutdown, but rather through sort of nasty letters that are dressed up. And of course, the politeness of official Washington underneath it really carry some heat. Trump has now canceled the delegation's trip later this month to an economic forum in Davos, Switzerland, all the while so made under thousand federal workers are caught in the buying the number of those seeking unemployment benefits top ten thousand the week of January fifth, but only those on furlough can apply. Those on the job are working without pay. But they're not eligible from ask for asking for the benefit. Fits IRS worker. Shannon LS tells Casey TV and Kansas City, she's been called back in expectation of a flood of tax return. I am now officially one of the essential employees. And so I will be forced to go back to work with no pay three. Chicago police officers have been acquitted by a judge of charges of trying to cover up the two thousand fourteen police shooting a black teenager Liqun McDonald to try to protect another officer who pulled the trigger Reverend Martin hunter McDonald's, great uncle claims the trial was unfair. The verdict says to police officers that you can you can lie cheat. Steal rate, Robin tillage. And it's okay. We'll we will we will support you and make sure that you never see the inside of a jail cell. The officer who shot McDonald Jason Van Dyke was convicted of second degree murder in a separate trial. He will be sentenced tomorrow. This is AP radio news. Harvey. Weinstein's defense attorney bows out Benjamin Bronfman filed papers to withdraw as Weinstein's lawyer. They say in a joint statement, it was an amicable split. It's still has to be approved by a judge Bronfman. One of the city's top defense lawyers has had numerous high profile clients, including Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Sean combs and Michael Jackson two weeks ago. Bronfman persuaded the court to drop some but not all of the sex assault charges against Weinstein. The departure had been the subject of speculation for about a week in an Esquire profile of the lawyer. He calls Weinstein, the kind of guy who gets a second opinion on his tuna salad. Warren Levinson, New York an avalanche at a New Mexico. Ski resort is injured. Two people prompting precautionary search for other possible. Victims officials say there are no others caught in that slide accident happened despite a series of precautions taken this morning ski patrollers evaluating conditions setting off explosives to trigger slides before the slopes were open. I'm Tim Maguire. AP radio news. This is firefighter Raphael. Poor yet for firehouse subs. Introducing the new spicy Cajun chicken sub Cajun seasons grilled chicken breast.

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"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Into the twenty eighth day of a partial government shutdown over border wall funding, President Trump has cancelled trips for house speaker Nancy Pelosi and one of his cabinet secretaries. President telling his Treasury Secretary he'll have to stay home. And skip the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, saying it's out of respect for eight hundred thousand federal workers going without pay earlier. The president denied house speaker Nancy Pelosi the use of an air force jet for a fact-finding overseas trip to Afghanistan all that after the speaker as the president to put off the state of the union address until both sides and the nearly month long shutdown ABC's Andy Field the tornado detention facility in Texas, which became a lightning rod in the immigration debate. And we're nearly three thousand unaccompanied migrant children were housed has been cleared. The last of the kids were moved at the end of December tomorrow marks day five of teachers strike in Los Angeles overpaying class size agreement is not gonna take shape. Overnight. It's not going to be a quick and easy process. But today there's been good and hard work done on that United teachers Los Angeles president Alex Caputo Pearl says bargaining will likely continue into the weekend. Harvey Weinstein is looking for a new lawyer in a joint statement, Harvey Weinstein and Benjamin Bronfman announced they have agreed to part ways. Brockman had represented the embattled movie producer and has Manhattan criminal case which involves five charges based on the accounts of two different women. The statement gave no reason for Bronfman's departure is defense counsel. But said he has agreed to cooperate fully with Weinstein's new lawyer that person has not been named a judge must sign off on the change ABC's Aaron Katersky. An avalanche in Utah has buried estate route onto thirty feet of snow. No injuries are reported. But officials say cleanup will likely take hours stocks closed higher today. You're listening to ABC news..

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"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on WTVN

"From ABC news. I'm Daria Albinger, trips cancelled as we head into the twenty eighth day of a partial government shutdown over border wall funding, President Trump has cancelled trips or house speaker Nancy Pelosi and one of his cabinet secretaries. President telling his Treasury Secretary he'll have to stay home. And skip the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, saying it's out of respect for eight hundred thousand federal workers going without pay earlier. The president denied house speaker Nancy Pelosi the use of an air force jet for a fact-finding overseas trip to Afghanistan all that after the speaker as the president to put off the state of the union address until both sides and the nearly month long shutdown ABC's Andy Field the tornado detention facility in Texas, which became a lightning rod in the immigration debate. And we're nearly three thousand unaccompanied migrant children were housed has been cleared. The last of the kids were moved at the end of December tomorrow marks day five of a teacher strike in. Los Angeles, overpaying class size agreement is not gonna take shape. Overnight. It's not going to be a quick and easy process. But today there's been good and hard work done on that United teachers Los Angeles president Alex Caputo Pearl says bargaining will likely continue into the weekend. Harvey Weinstein is looking for a new joint statement Harvey Weinstein and Benjamin Bronfman announced they have agreed to part ways. Brockman had represented the embattled movie producer and has Manhattan criminal case which involves five charges based on the accounts of two different women. The statement gave no reason for Bronfman's departure is defense counsel. But said he has agreed to cooperate fully with Weinstein's new lawyer that person has not been named a judge must sign off on the change. She sees Aaron Katersky. In avalanche in Utah has buried a state route under thirty feet of snow. No injuries are reported. But officials say cleanup will likely take hours stocks closed higher today. You're listening to ABC news. News Radio six ten WTVN. Allison.

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"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Now. From ABC news. I'm Daria Albinger, trips cancelled as we head into the twenty eighth day of a partial government shutdown over border wall funding, President Trump has cancelled trips for house speaker Nancy Pelosi and one of his cabinet secretaries. President telling his Treasury Secretary he'll have to stay home. And skip the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, saying it's out of respect for eight hundred thousand federal workers going without pay earlier. The president denied house speaker Nancy Pelosi the use of an air force jet perfect. Finding overseas trip to Afghanistan all that after the speaker asked the president to put off the state of the union address until both sides and the nearly month-long shutdown ABC's Andy Field the tornado detention facility in Texas, which became a lightning rod in the immigration debate. And we're nearly three thousand unaccompanied migrant children were housed has been cleared. The last of the kids were moved at the end of December tomorrow marks day five of a teacher strike in. Los Angeles, overpaying class size agreement is not going to take shape. Overnight. It's not going to be a quick and easy process. But today there's been good and hard work done on that United teachers Los Angeles president Alex Caputo Pearl says bargaining will likely continue into the weekend. Harvey Weinstein is looking for a new lawyer in a joint statement, Harvey Weinstein and Benjamin Bronfman announced they have agreed to part ways. Brockman had represented the embattled movie producer in his Manhattan criminal case, which involves five charges based on the accounts of two different women. The statement gave no reason for Bronfman's departure is defense counsel. But said he has agreed to cooperate fully with Weinstein's new lawyer that person has not been named a judge must sign off on the change ABC's Aaron Katersky. An avalanche in Utah has buried a state route onto thirty feet of snow. No injuries are reported. But officials say cleanup will likely take hours stocks closed higher today. You're listening to ABC news. Are you more than ten thousand dollars in debt? Feel like you're on a never ending treadmill? Staying in one place and never getting ahead with those minimum payments. You.

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"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Criticizing President Trump's decision to make public information. About speaker Nancy Pelosi's trip overseas speaking today on Capitol Hill, the California Democrat discussing the letter the president sent to Pelosi postponing her trip to visit troops. I think the the president's decision to disclose a trip that has speakers making to a war zone was completely and utterly irresponsible. This comes after Pelosi sent a letter to the White House requesting to postpone state of the union address until the government reopens, citing security staffing concerns Harvey Weinstein needs a new lawyer. Here's ABC's Aaron Katersky. In a joint statement, Harvey Weinstein and Benjamin Bronfman announced they have agreed to part ways Rothman had represented, the embattled movie producer and his Manhattan criminal case, which involves five charges based on the accounts of two different women. The statement gave no reason for Brahmins departures defense counsel, but said he has agreed to cooperate fully with Weinstein's new lawyer that. A person has not been named a judge must sign off on the change a three officers accused of lying about the shooting of an African American teenager in Chicago in two thousand fourteen today found not guilty charged for allegedly lying about officer Jason van dykes killing of Liqun McDonald Van Dyke was convicted of second degree murder in the seventeen year old's death Blasios defending his administration's decision to keep quiet the firing of an aide who had been accused of sexual harassment. According to a report in the New York Times senior staffer Kevin O'Brien was accused by two women of sexual harassment and investigation resulted and its recommendation was O'Brien be let go he then resigned quietly and early two thousand eighteen de Blasio defended it being kept under wraps if we had done it publicly the chance of their name being disclosed would have been very high. And that's what they said they couldn't abide O'Brien was hired by political relations firm afterwards that sense fired him James flippin.

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"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Fifty W F T. West Palm Beach summarize wake worse. From ABC news. I'm Daria Albinger, shutdown wars on day. Twenty seven of a partial government shutdown over border wall funding. President Trump denies house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi a plane to visit Trump White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, says President Trump a stopped to house speaker Nancy Pelosi's overseas trip because the administration wants to keep her in Washington Sandras told reporters, quote, if she leaves she guarantees that the second round of paychecks to workers won't go out. President Pelosi have not spoken since contentious meeting on January ninth that ended after just fourteen minutes. Sanders have Pelosi and Senator Chuck Schumer always have an invitation to the White House. If they wanna come in negotiating Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House family separations at the border might be much higher than originally reported that according to a report from the health and human services inspector general. They say separations were taking place before spring of last year that the administration's zero tolerance policy is involved in Chicago, judge Domenica Stevenson is acquitted three Chicago police officers. Accused of trying to cover up the two thousand fourteen officer involved shooting of lukewarm. Mcdonald's court finds that the state has failed to meet its burden on all charges. Former officer Jason Van Dyke who is convicted of killing McDonald will be sentenced tomorrow Harvey Weinstein needs a new lawyer would have joint statement Harvey Weinstein and Benjamin Bronfman announced they have agreed to part ways. Brockman had represented the embattled movie producer in his Manhattan criminal case, which involves five charges based on the accounts of two different women. The statement gave no reason for Bronfman's departures defense counsel, but said he is agreed to cooperate fully with Weinstein's new lawyer that person has not been named a judge must sign off on the change. ABC's? Aaron katersky. Another kid stores shutting down clothing retailer Gymboree has filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy for a second time and plans to close all of its stores. Stocks ended up on Wall Street. You're listening to ABC news with it's time to join the millions of people using zoom video conference. Turn any.

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"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on KTOK

"And and and what he said was reprehensible and lead to his resignation from congress. House majority whip games Clyburn expected to winter deuce resolution of. Disapproval in regards to the comments Harvey Weinstein's lawyer Benjamin Bronfman looking to cut ties with him Braff men looking to exit per approval by the judge in the New York case, James Burke, according to ABC news Weinstein is facing five charges by two women accusing the former mogul of sexual assault at pretrial hearing for Weinstein is set. For March seven practicing was successful in reducing the charges from six to five after arguing that detectives misconduct tainted the case but failed in December to get the remaining five charges thrown out on a similar argument. The trial is set to begin may six. Michelle Pollino, Fox News giant in the newly emerging private space. Transportation industry is downsizing SpaceX. The firm owned and operated by billionaire inventor Elon Musk is laying off a lot of staff located at its facility at Cape Canaveral the newspaper Florida today reports employees were emailed over the weekend that they were to return their badges to the US air force secure. Station near the installation. The company says their workforce will be reduced overall by about ten percent. Earlier Monday, one of the companies automated craft returned to earth after a cargo delivery to the international space station in Miami. Evan brown. Fox News Wall Street at the close. The Dow lost eighty six NASDAQ off sixty five. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News. In nineteen forty one. The USO was born to honor and comfort the men and women of our armed forces around the world men and women who have put our dreams and our futures above their own who protect and defend the freedoms we hold so dear and burning and every one of their hearts is a singular undeniable desire to come home to return to the ones they love to realize their dreams to be free. Peace. And so the USO will carry on to touch their spirits to comfort them to remind them to simply and heartfully thank them for the extraordinarily gifted give us all wherever and whenever they go until every browse soothed. And every hand is held until every song is sung in every battle one until everyone comes. To find out more about the USO. Visit us at USO dot org. Now broadcasting from the underground command post deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building, we've once again made contact with our leader. Hello, everybody. Mark Levin here. Our number by the way, often copied on the original eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one man. Oh manischewitz. We got a lot to cover. I.

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"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Butter House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy, stripped Iowa, Republican Steve king of any committee assignments after king was quoted in the New York Times about how the terms white supremacy and white nationalist became offensive Utah. Senator Mitt Romney on the subject thing. Stephen king's comments are are his own and his exclusively. And and and what he said was reprehensible and other lead to his resignation from congress. House majority whip games Clyburn expected to winter deuce resolution of disapproval in regards to the comments Harvey Weinstein's lawyer Benjamin Bronfman looking to cut ties with him Braff men looking to exit per approval by the judge in New York case, James Burke, according to ABC news Weinstein is facing five charges by two women accusing the former mogul of sexual assault. A pretrial hearing for Weinstein is set for March seven Brachman was successful in reducing the charge. From six to five after arguing that detectives misconduct tainted the case but failed in December to get the remaining five charges thrown out on a similar argument. The trial is set to begin may six shell Pollino, Fox News giant in the newly emerging private space. Transportation industry is downsizing SpaceX. The firm owned and operated by billionaire inventor Elon Musk is laying off a lot of staff located at its facility at Cape Canaveral the newspaper Florida today reports employees were emailed over the weekend that they were to return their badges to the US air force security station near the installation. The company says their workforce will be reduced overall by about ten percent. Earlier Monday, one of the companies automated craft returned to earth after a cargo delivery to the international space station in Miami. Evan brown. Fox News, Wall Street close. The Dow lost eighty six NASDAQ off sixty five. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News..

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"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin bronfman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Nonconsensual sex with her when she was nineteen infecting her with a transmitted disease and is now bullied threaten and victim. Shamed. Her raja's. Attorney Gloria Allred says her client has no intention of dropping the lawsuit and issued a warning to Kelly Mr Kelly. You may soon. Join the ranks of Bill Cosby and Harvey Weinstein. Allred said Roger cases, currently pending in New York state and the thirties in Atlanta and Chicago are investigating r Kelly's alleged conduct disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein may soon need a new defense attorney as he continues to fight criminal charges in New York. We get more from ABC's. Aaron Katersky defense. Attorney Benjamin Bronfman is expected to ask the judge to leave the sex assault case against Harvey Weinstein. Broth minute successfully pushed to drop one of the charges, but Weinstein is scheduled to stand trial this spring on five other counts, including rape. A spokesman for Weinstein declined to comment Weinstein is due back in court March seventh after the judge refused to drop all the charges on the basis of what the defense argued were police and prosecutor missteps now back to our top story, the ongoing government shutdown. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is expressing concern about the shutdowns impact on drug addiction treatment. We get details from Olga breeze doctors who use a special medicine to manage opioid addiction. Need approval from the drug enforcement agency, but Sumer says with the shutdown positions can't get approved to prescribe the treatments for fatal drug overdoses occur. Every day. We can't tell you. How many of those would not occur? If suboxone were more available..

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Immigration wars: Judges order full restart of DACA, Trump administration has ‘sole burden’ to locate migrant parents

Programming

01:49 min | 3 years ago

Immigration wars: Judges order full restart of DACA, Trump administration has ‘sole burden’ to locate migrant parents

"Set back to the Trump administration's immigration policy. I a federal judge ruling against the administration's attempts to rescind the DACA program. Federal judge ruling at the administration must restore DACA an Obama era program offering deportation relief for some seven hundred thousand undocumented immigrants who were brought to the country illegally as children known as dreamers. But the administration has twenty days to appeal. The decision, the department of Justice is ready to fight it out in court. The president, suggesting earlier, he's ready to go to the supreme court. ABC's Tara Palmer, Mary. Then a judge has also ruled that the government is responsible for tracking down parents who are separated from their children and deported without them North Korea, warning the plans to denuclearize the Korean peninsula could quote face difficulties over the US's stance on international sanctions against the country, secretary of state. Mike, Mike Pompeo has warned other countries not to violate UN sanctions on North Korea. This is after reports that Russia has engaged in business ventures with the country. We expect. The Russians in all countries to abide? By the UN Security Council resolutions and enforce sanctions on North Korea Harvey Weinstein. Trying to get some of the charges against him dismissed Harvey Weinstein's legal team said there are emails that show the woman who accused him of rape was no victim but a consensual partner there. Is compelling evidence in these emails of an. Intimate personal, relationship with Mr. Weinstein and this woman that continued on for almost. Four years, after the, date of the alleged rape at the grand. Jury seen the, emails. Defense attorney Benjamin Bronfman said they might have thought twice about indicting Weinstein he accused the Manhattan District attorney's office of withholding evidence and said the case, should be dismissed no comment from prosecutors Aaron Katersky ABC news New York Cruz in California bracing for another weekend of windy, hot weather as. They, continue battling deadly.

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Indonesia ends search for ferry victims, Germany's migrant deal, and other news in pictures

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

04:27 min | 3 years ago

Indonesia ends search for ferry victims, Germany's migrant deal, and other news in pictures

"Today european shares and us futures rising following that mixed asian session all eyes were on the one today the euro strengthening is germany's coalition government dodged a crisis over my gration telecom companies leading an advance in the stock six hundred today futures on the s and p five hundred the dow the nasdaq all pointing to a firm open minor glencore heading for the biggest decline in two years something i'll come to hong kong stocks slumping as the city returned from a holiday em says pairing some of that declines as the people's bank of china governor eat gang said the country aimed to keep its currency at a stable and reasonable level that helped the u honore's earlier losses is developing nation currencies overall edge tie today turkey's lira plunging after inflation data dollar falling versus major payers treasury steady the swedish krona advancing as the country's central bank sticking to its plan to start lifting interest rates while the global trade spat between the world's biggest economies appears to be worsening investors will take some chair from that pbs pledged to keep the stable that'll city looking two minutes from the fed jobs data later in the week to provide a welcome distraction from protectionist risks off to the country celebrates its independence day stock where keeping an eye on today is glenn called the biggest percentage decline on the stock six hundred shares of sunk a massive twelve percent biggest drop since march two thousand and sixteen the big news coming out of glencore is essentially it's african troubles are escalating dramatically that's after us authorities demanded documents relating to possible corruption and money laundering the world's biggest commodity trader says it's been subpoenaed by the us department of justice to produce documents with respect to compliance with the foreign corrupt practices act and united states money laundering statutes they relate to the company's business in nigeria the democratic republic of congo and venezuela from two thousand seven to the present that's a bloomberg business flash here's markus karlsson with more on what's going on around the world mark twelve boys and their football coach trapped in a cave and thailand will need to learn to dive all wait months for flooding to recede before they can get out the group had been missing for nine days before they were found by divers late yesterday rescues are now battling rising water levels to bring more supplies to the group with tirtha saying that they may need food for at least the next four months the most senior roman catholic clerics will be to be convicted of covering up child sex abuse has been sentenced to twelve months detention australian archbishop philip wilson has been found guilty of failing to tell the police about the repeated abuse of to alter boys by a priest in the nineteen seventy s and disgraced movie producer harvey weinstein has been indicted on new sexual assault claims according to manhattan district attorney facing charges of sexually assaulting three women weinstein could be convicted of a minimum ten years in prison and a maximum sentence of life imprisonment his attorney benjamin bronfman has said weinstein will plead not guilty global news twenty four hours a day on naronha take talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm chris carlson this is bloomberg markets thanks coming up next our colleagues in the us getting ready for bloomberg daybreak in new york let's check in with bob morning bob the people's bank of china pledges you want stability and china's currency stems losses we'll have the very latest chinese telecom carrier meantime is the latest target of the trump administration which is moving to block the state back company from entering the us telecommunications market citing national security concerns jealous subject we'll have the story from the bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom in washington shares of glencore plunge after a us subpoena over possible money laundering bloomberg sebastian selleck we'll have details in london societe generale requires the commodities and equity units of commerce bank we'll get the story from bloomberg's danny burger and we're set to talk live and our first half hour to kelham pickering berenberg senior economist he's doing my colleague karen moskow and me for bloomberg daybreak right here on bloomberg radio.

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Hollywood mogul Weinstein pleads not guilty to rape charges

24 Hour News

02:25 min | 3 years ago

Hollywood mogul Weinstein pleads not guilty to rape charges

"The latest installment is i cut i cut brings key moments in presidential pep district to life through the vast ap photo collection highlights include checkers the dog that was a focal point of nixon's nineteen fifty two checkers speech and the clintons beloved cat socks ipad is perfect for animal lovers and history buffs of all ages ipad is available on kindle look and i book ap radio news i'm ed donahue i think it's long overdue for him to face the bar of justice and it's time that is gloria allred outside the courthouse in new york or harvey weinstein pleaded not guilty to rape charges this case involves two women there are more allegations against the longtime hollywood producer benjamin bronfman is weinstein's attorney is a terrible crime and he has denied these allegations and as terrible crime as rape is it is equally reprehensible to be falsely accused rothman is challenged the credibility of weinstein's alleged victims of fashion designer has died in new york and apparent suicide law enforcement officials say the housekeeping staff found kate spade hanging inside her park avenue apartment just before ten thirty in the morning they say she left a note kate spade was fifty five former accessories editor at met was magazine she created a line of sleek handbags that were a hit beginning in nineteen ninetythree the brand which she left in two thousand seven has more than one hundred forty retail shops in the united states and one hundred seventy five more international nationally the officials who spoke on condition of anonymity did not know what was in designer kate spade note warren levinson new york philadelphia eagles fan was asked about president trump's decision to cancel the team's visit to the white house over the national anthem i think it's disappointing that the president would choose to tell people that they aren't allowed to exercise their right to peacefully protest in this country i think it's a disgrace snow eagles players neil during the anthem last season morton the ap saga megani the president sold confidence he believes there's big overlap between football fans and his base and he thinks voters will enthusiastically take his side instead of the players he told a one confidante yesterday he wants to periodically revived the anthem issue in coming months figuring that will help republicans in the midterm elections this is ap radio news.

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