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"Karen thanks six oh seven on wall street now and micheal barr has more on what's going on around the world good morning michael good morning nathan president trump of nationwide migrant roundups and gave democrats two weeks to work on immigration reform and stem the flow of migrants at the southern border however the president vowed to go ahead with deportation raids if no agreement is reached republican congressman mac thornberry of texas was asked on a._b._c.'s this week about the postponed mass raids the challenge is if there is a lawful deportation order that is the law of the land and it is the job of the executive branch in our system of government to enforce the law a._b._c.'s this week can be heard sundays on bloomberg radio meanwhile a pediatrician who was rented access to a migrant holding facility in mcallen texas described the conditions there as torture dr dolly severe spoke to a._b._c. news i believe the conditions at these facilities are placing them at increased risk for infection disease and i believe the twenty four hour lights are causing permanent damage to the development of their young brains customs and border protection officials say that they have limited resources by that they worked to provide the best possible care to everyone in their custody especially children secretary of state mike bombayo said the u._s. and north korea are in a better place after the leaders of the two countries exchanged letters bloomberg's peter pay has more from seoul secretary of state michael pompeo confirmed a north korean state media report that president donald trump sent a letter to king and said that the u._s. has ready to resume talks with k._c._n._a. disgruntled later from trump is having excellent content and satisfaction on sunday came ahead of trump's scheduled visit to seoul this weekend for talks south korean president on how to resume denuclearization talks have stalled after trump erupted into the summit with kim in february in so paved bloomberg daybreak and n._t._s._b. investigation continues into a deadly plane crash in hawaii that killed eleven people skydiving plane went down just after takeoff on the island of alahu democratic presidential hopeful bernie sanders will propose cancelling the nation's outstanding one point six trillion dollars of student debt and offset the cost with a tax on wall street transactions global news twenty four hours a day on aaron at tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg nathan thanks michael six.
US, Mike Pompeo And Lama Republic discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"Secretary of state. Mike Pompeo is trying to convince European leaders that the US does not want to go to war with Ron and says the administration is ready for talks without. Any preconditions whoever while in Switzerland? Bombayo also says the US would not rely solely on the International Atomic Energy agency for Iran's compliance the American effort to fundamentally. Reverse the malign activity of this as Lama Republic. This revolutionary force is going to continue. The bail was responding to runs president asandra, huntings expression of willingness to negotiate with the US as long as it's country wasn't bullied into doing
"bombayo" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Seventies lung visas, even warmer tomorrow and wants to be back into the eighty s Southgate has fifty five now it's fifty four five thirty eight. The Affordable Care Act or ObamaCare was supposed to cut back on necessary E R visits. But there are some new figures that show that that really happened. It has not happened in California. In fact, visits increased eighty percent in California, according to dignity, healthy, our director, Dr Cameron Nori in San Bernardino, the reasons for to fold. Doctors out there much of the blame. There is the payment structure have been a cow causing many doctors to refuse to take those insurance plans. The second thing was there was a shift from county hospitals to patients going to ers at private hospitals. The good news is there have been fewer. What are called self pay patients going to ER? Has gone down significantly. So those who do go to the Yaar have some form of insurance coverage Bob real can extend seventy radio. The Trump administration is apparently going to be telling five nations, including allies Japan, South Korea and Turkey that they'll no longer be exempt from US actions, if they continue to import oil from Aram Securitate muck Bombayo making the official announcement right now that the administration went out redo sanctions waivers for the five countries. When they expire may second five thirty nine KNX. There's a report that the house speaker Nancy Pelosi and some other senior Democrats holding a conference call today on their strategy in response to the release of the redacted Muller reports the Democrats calling for impeachment proceedings to start Pelosi urging caution reaction this morning on FOX from White House. Press secretary, Sarah Sanders..
"bombayo" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Speaker Pelosi telling the Washington Post, I am not for impeachment impeachment is so divisive to the country that unless there's something so compelling and. Overwhelming and bipartisan, I don't think we should go down that path because it divides the country, and he's just not worth it. Much of a liberal base has been very fired up about the possibility of impeaching the president this will likely put her at odds with even some of our own committee chairs at a time when leading House Democrats has been quite challenging the twenty twenty democratic presidential nominee will be crowned in Milwaukee. The city was selected over Houston and Miami to host the Democrats next year the nomination will be awarded and four hundred and ninety days. The US is withdrawing all remaining American personnel from the US embassy in Venezuela. Secretary of state Mike Bombayo said the decision announced late yesterday reflects the deteriorating situation in the South American countries. Waiting for a minute hospitals are dying food is writing. Telecommunications networks are entirely collapsing. The US relations with Venezuela have been dicey since January when the Trump administration recognize opposition leader Wong. Widodo is the legitimate president of the country. A state Senate committee has moved ahead. A Bill that would ban state colleges from restricting speech or exhibits on campus due to their political content conservative students told horror stories about being prohibited. From speaking out on issues while students with liberal viewpoints, constantly, speaking out attorney Jonathan signs as pro-life students have at the worst more students were threatened to get kicked out of school for simply challenging are defending their first amendment rights. The only complaint from members of the Senate state affairs committee where that the proposal does not go far enough. They want serious penalties against colleges, which for example, allow liberal groups to bully and harass conservative kids without fear of punishment. A bipartisan group will begin the fight today for term limits for all elected officials. The group term limits Texas says it's time to replace do nothing career politicians would do something leaders. Usually, it is the minority party that pushes for term limits. But in this case, it's majority Republicans leading the charge. Judge including San Antonio state. Representative Lau Larsen a Bill is being introduced that would limit all Texas elected officials from the governor on down to twelve years in office and a lifetime..
"bombayo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"A Beasley Media Group station. Another Trump Kim summit. Hollywood rolls out the red carpet. I'm Evan Haning. Bulletproof train carrying North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN is on its way to have Vietnam for that summit with President Trump correspondent Sarah Westwood reports. The president heads out tomorrow on Wednesday. The twenty seventh kickoff talks by having a face to face one on one meeting Kim followed by expanded bilateral meetings with members of each country's delegation on Thursday. The twenty eighth officials will wrap up those talks and President Trump will head back to the US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo says the US and North Korea may not get everything done this week and that another summit may be needed. And when asked about the increasingly violent situation. Venezuela Bombayo told CNN state of the union the US supports the people of Venezuela and not the government of President Nicolas Maduro, we're aimed at a singular mission ensuring that the Venezuelan people get the democracy that they so richly deserved. And that the Cubans and the Russians who have been driving this country into the ground. For years and years and years, no longer hold sway R Kelly is having trouble raising money for bail and court documents show Kelly has been ordered to pay over one hundred sixty thousand dollars in overdue child support by March six the Oscars are getting underway in Hollywood where a crowded field is competing in the best picture category. The possibilities are not endless, but they are many eight nominees in the best picture category. With Roma a foreign language film, and the favorite a foreign based story film, leading the pack with ten nominations each Romo could be the first foreign language film to win best picture, and it star elite's Appalachia could be the first indigenous person to win best actress for that film. The two are up against Black Panther could be the first superhero best picture winner and black classmate. Could be spike Lee's first directing Oscar bohemian rhapsody. A star is born vice and green book.
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"Recent rally as some of the data hasn't been coming through quite as badly as the markets were pricing. But I think we're ready relatively flat trading range, the most markets over the course of this year, the all country world index is up five percent this month. That's just behind last year's six percent gain over the same period. This is Bloomberg. It's five oh seven on Wall Street time. You get the latest world and national news for that. We turn to Bloomberg's Michael Barr. Thank you very much. Nathan Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is now allowing consideration of rival Republican and democratic proposals for reopening the government. It comes as the shutdown has entered its thirty third day. Bloomberg's Bob moon reports though, there is no guarantee. President Trump will go along McConnell has insisted he would not waste time as he put it voting on any measure that Trump opposed. Any initially said a Republican Bill with all five point seven billion dollars for a border wall was the only measure Trump supports that. I've stated consistently over the past month. That fact will earn it consideration here in the Senate that hard line appeared to soften though, when he also scheduled to vote on a funding measure from the house after Senate Democratic leader, Chuck Schumer, Blaine Trump and his party for demanding only their way to allow government funding. Everyone knows that. He an leader McConnell are the only obstacles to opening it back up it appears neither Bill may win enough votes to pass. S Bob moon. Bloomberg daybreak secretary of state, Mike Pompeo is said to be wing at twenty twenty bid for US Senate seat in Kansas. A person familiar with the matter says Bombayo spoke with Senate majority leader McConnell and a GOP strategist flights end to Newark airport were suspended briefly yesterday after a drone was spotted along the airports final approach path. The drones were seen at about thirty five hundred feet up live ATC dot com recorded a United Airlines pilot telling air traffic control about the close. Call the drone bows thirty feet off right way. The FAA prohibits drone use above four hundred feet or within five miles of an airport. Without permission. The leaders of Japan and Russia met in Moscow. Bloomberg's Isabel Reynolds has more from Tokyo twenty fifth meeting between Japanese Prime minister, Shinzo Abe and Russian President Vladimir Putin failed to bring about any substantial progress on a territorial dispute that has lingered since World War Two and a briefing after that meeting in Moscow. Both leaders said the process would be difficult. They nonetheless agreed to continue trying to reach a deal with their respective foreign ministers set to meet again next month in Munich in Tokyo, Isabel Reynolds, Bloomberg daybreak Los Angeles teachers have approved a contract deal ending a six-day strike global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg. Nathan, michael. Thank you five.
"bombayo" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Between a Chicago snowplough in an SUV this happening last night at the intersection of clyborn, George the drivers of both vehicles taken to the hospital thirty four year old Illinois state trooper Christopher Lambert was killed while on duty responding to a traffic crash onto ninety four in the Northbrook area. Yesterday. He came across a crash on his way home involving multiple cars on the northbound lanes of two ninety four near willow road a driver hit Lambert while he was outside of his police car. The investigation is continuing as the partial government shutdown continues the White House and congress remained dug into opposite positions over funding for the border wall. President Trump says he's still considering a national emergency to bypass congressional. Approval for that ball and on ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos. White House Republican whip Steve Scalise says it's on the lawmakers to solve the problem. We don't want it to come down to a national emergency declaration, clearly the president's got authority under law. But he said he doesn't want it to come to that he wants congress to solve this problem. The shutdown now in its twenty third day secretary of state Mike Pompeo says an ongoing boycott of cutter by four America's at four of America's allies in the Middle East as dragged on too long, though, America's top diplomat gave no sign of any coming breakthrough in the dispute Bombayo also said today, he is signing a memorandum of understanding with Qatar regarding the expansion and renovation of an airbase which hosts the forward headquarters of the US military, central command and some ten thousand American troops. It's bond court today for Adriana Donaldson charged in the accident that killed a twenty three month old. Child last week. Police say Donaldson was high on drugs driving without a license or insurance when she.
"bombayo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"At eighteen year old Saudi runaway who says she was abused and feared she'd be put to death. If sent back home arrived today in Canada, originally, it seemed she'd go to Australia. The education minister there says his nation moved quickly to processor case. Wait move quickly to do what needed to be done? We had obviously done what we needed to Canada have decided that they were prepared to taika. And I think in the end what we've gotta do is once again look at the app come to good outcome. She's going to be the girls case attracted global attention after she mounted a social media campaign despite Turkey's vows to the contrary secretary of state, Mike Pompeo says he's confident the two nations can't agree on a way to protect US allied Kurdish rebels in Syria after American troops. Withdraw. From the Dacian Bombayo addressing growing concerns about Iran's nuclear capabilities as well as the Iranians intend to launch a space launch vehicle to put a space launch vehicle. The claim is that it is to put some satellites in the air the truth is this will be another step in their understanding of how it is. You can launch an ICBM. The diplomat says he's optimistic the Kurds who fought alongside US forces against the Islamic state in Syria are not threatened by Turkey. An Arab leader says OPEC is not the enemy of the US. The energy minister of the United Arab Emirates telling an oil conference today that OPEC in the US Koplowitz one another OPEC agreeing with Russia to cut their oil output by one point two million barrels a day beginning this month in an effort to balance the oil market, the decision came despite President Trump's called oil export is to not cut production saying it would trigger higher oil prices. An overturned oil tanker explodes in Jerry, dozens of people who are scooping up. The leaking fuel the Nigerian police spokesman says the blast occurred Friday night in Cross River state in the southeast part of the country. They've recovered twelve bodies twenty two others who taken to the hospital with serious burns. A number of other victims were said to be burned to ash local residents say at least sixty people are dead. Hundreds of people have died in similar accidents in recent years in Nigeria which is Africa's biggest oil producer, stay.
"bombayo" Discussed on KCRW
"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. President Trump addresses the nation tonight in a primetime speech amid a bipartisan standoff over border wall funding that has led to a partial government shutdown NPR's Windsor. Johnston reports there's been a lot of speculation that Trump will use tonight's address to declare a national emergency bypassing congress to secure money for a southern border wall would be in aggressive use of presidential authority, but not unlawful. That's according to harbored constitutional law. Professor marked hush net. Request news whether the circumstances for within the quite broad range of discretion. The president has to get into find national emergencies. My own judgment is that no court would disagree with his decision. Other legal experts argue that Trump needs to justify his reasoning for declaring a national emergency. And that such power. I should be used for an actual crisis. Not to settle political disputes Windsor Johnston. NPR news Washington are the way right after Trump's speech. The major networks will also air a rebuttal by congress two leading Democrats secretary of state, Mike Pompeo is attempting to bridge the mixed messages. This administration is giving on Syria the US is pulling out, but as NPR's Michele Keleman reports from Jordan Pompeii talking partners in the region about the continuing US commitment secretary Bombayo says the US tactics may be changing, but Washington remains committed to the fight against ISIS. And that battle continues are.
"bombayo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The news you need to know this hour, US futures. And they're the highest levels of the morning South China Morning post reporting that President Trump and teaching pink have tentatively agreed to talk to the tweet twenty summit rather in Argentina next month. Meanwhile, the U S China trade dispute is helping take its on the Chinese economy economic growth. Slowed more than expected in the third quarter with GDP rising six point five percent from a year ago. That's the slowest pace since two thousand nine and shares of Procter and. Gambler up more than four percent of the company reported earnings that beat estimates P and G also reaffirmed its profit forecast for the year. Some of the top stories we're looking at this morning, then Aasheim for some of the headlines from around the world. Let's say good morning to Michael Barr. Good morning. Michael good morning. Jonathan morning time. Secretary of state Mike Bombayo says he is working with the Mexican government to halt a caravan of on during migrants heading to the US border. President Trump has threatened to send the military to prevent the migrants from entering the US on his way to Mexico City secretary Pompeii, oh told reporters Mexico is working in good faith to try and prevent the caravan from crossing the border though that we can do the good work. We need to make sure that we have legal of legal entrance and only legal entrance crossing our border. President Trump is calling a Republican congressman who body slammed a reported last year a tough cookie and says the incident might have helped Greg Gianforte win the election in Montana at a campaign rally in Brazil. Last night. Trump said any guy that can do about these slam ease my kind of guy the crowd cheered and laughed. Afghanistan's election commission has postponed. Tomorrow's elections and Canada har- province for a week following a deadly attack. There that killed at least two senior provincial officials including its powerful police chief global news twenty four hours a day on air and it tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg Jonathan Barr..
"bombayo" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I'm from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. A makeshift memorials been set up in Redlands to on remained killed in a hit and run crash. He worked as a school crossing guard. This woman tells NBC four the man would watch out for her daughter roll down the window and hang out and wave to him every morning, and he would respond to her the most sincere genuine response. Special man was hit by an SUV early Tuesday morning riding his moped police say the SUV ran a red light. Most of the seventeenth state firefighters who were fired for drinking alcohol during a seven week training academy will return to work Cal fire code of conduct calls for cadets to stay sober during training except on weekend breaks, the firefighters were dismissed in April. But their unions has Cal fire agreed to reduce the punishment to suspensions for ten of the firefighters to other cadets are still fighting their punishments. The others have either resigned or did not contest their dismissals. Attorney general Jeff Sessions has put a price on elemental the head of one of the largest and most dangerous criminal organizations in the world. Sessions is the US is offering ten million dollars in reward for the boss show is in charge of the new generation cartel of police go. It's US base is in the Southland a drug bust in Hollywood found more than one hundred pounds of cocaine and more than two million dollars in cash police in Wisconsin announced autopsies of the parents of a missing girl had been completed. Barron county sheriff Chris FitzGerald says it's been confirmed. Jamie clauses parents were shot to death. We believe Jamie was in the home at the time of the homicides. And we believe she's still endanger its Gerald says. There have been still no credible sightings of the teen. She's been missing since Monday when police responded to a nine one one call and found her parents, but no Jamie, the threatening letters sent to the home of Senator Susan Collins in Maine, specifically mentioned her vote to confirm spree supreme court Justice. Brett cavenaugh collinses husband says the letter he got Monday was dressed to him. But was about his wife the writer claimed letter was destined with the poison reysen calling says she'll continue to do what she thinks is right. Secretary of state. Mike Pompeo's returned to the US after meeting with leaders in Saudi Arabia and Turkey over a missing Saudi journalist Bombayo says he's convinced the Saudis understand America is taking this seriously. We're going to give them the.
"bombayo" Discussed on WRVA
"Oh one. Republicans and Democrats claim the battle over Brad Kavanagh's nomination to the supreme court has fired up their base is ahead of the midterm election less than a month away. Democrat Chuck Schumer change must come from. Where change in America. Always begins the ballot box. I want to thank the other side for the tactics that have allowed us to kind of energize and get involved our own voter Mitch McConnell appearing on CBS's Face the nation. Cavenaugh will be sworn in for a second time today at the White House after a private ceremony following his fifty to forty eight vote in the Senate Republican Susan Collins who help put cabinet over the top with her vote tells CNN state of the union after reading the FBI report on Kavanagh's accuser, Christine Blasi Ford. I believe that Brad Kavanagh was her assailant. So I do believe that she was assaulted. I don't know by home, and I'm not. Certain went ABC's Cokie Roberts on the influence of the protests. There are a lot of women who were there who by the end. There was some on the cavenaugh side as well who were very passionate and very upset. They did probably not advance their cause. In terms of the minds of the senators. But in terms of energizing Democrats energizing people in the election to come. They probably will be back in their districts, and and keeping up the momentum four sisters among the twenty people killed when a limo reportedly ran a stop sign and crashed into another vehicle before ending up in a ravine and a town not far from Albany, New York all eighteen people in the limo die to pedestrians also killed there are more questions and answers here. But what we know twenty people killed after a limousine blew through an intersection in the small town of scary and hit two pedestrians. But why that limo failed to stop remains unknown? The NTSB as Senate team to assist in the investigation. And chairman Robert somewhat says we look at the vehicle factor. If we look at the roadway, we look at survival factors. We look at the condition of the drivers the licensing of the drivers a relative of some of those killed says the limo was on its way to a birthday party when the crash happened. Mark Remillard, ABC news, Schenectady, New York. Tropical storm Michael expected to grow into a hurricane as it takes aim at the Gulf Coast NBC twelve dot com. Forecaster Andrew freidan. To work its way out of the Caribbean slide right through Cancun, and Cuba and go into the Gulf of Mexico in what you get to there to likely intent to buy it may go to a category two or three will have a day and a half. But today in the in the Gulf of Mexico, which is conducive to strengthening. So it could end up. Being a pretty strong hurricane when it makes landfall along the Gulf co two that'd be expected sometime early Wednesday morning Wednesday along the Gulf Coast. We're watching that carefully. Because this one is going to be wanting to make landfall it'll be a quick mover. Andrew says we can feel the effects of Michael is early as Wednesday North Korea reportedly agreeing to allow inspectors to check out nuclear sites in his country. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo is describing his latest meeting with Kim Jong UN as good and productive as a conversation. North Korea's news agency is calling Sunday's talks young adopted and wonderful Bombayo says to allow inspectors into a t nuclear testing site that the north reportedly destroyed, but no date was announced for a second summit between Kim and President Trump and the state fair has wrapped up its ten day run. Spokesman Greg Hicks expects attendance to be close to last year's figure of nearly a quarter million. Your next news at eight thirty news on demand, News Radio wwl. RV dot com. On Richmond's news, weather, and traffic station. Newsradio eleven forty W RV and now ninety six point one FM..
"bombayo" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Radio. I'm John Jeffries key GOP Senator Susan Collins is going to vote. Yes. On the confirmation of Brett Cavanaugh to the supreme court. I do not believe that these charges can fairly per band. Judge cabin from serving on the court Collins said she had extensive conversations with cavenaugh about a number of hot button issues and came away satisfied Collins is a moderate Republican who has been on the fence about the confirmation. She's been under enormous pressure from both Republicans and Democrats in a tweet President Trump was proud of the Senate in praise them for advancing denomination, which cleared a big procedural hurdle passing fifty one to forty nine. Meanwhile, these people aren't sure what they would do if they were voting on the cabinet nomination. Just don't know. I don't know. It is so sad. Don't have faith in the political system anymore. Final. Senate confirmation vote is expected today the US and Japan are planning to work closely during denuclearization talks in North Korea. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo met with prime minister, she's Ave in Tokyo today before heading to pee on yen Bombayo also promised he would raise the issue of North Korea's abductions of Japanese citizens during his denuclearization. Talks six food. Additives are getting the attention of the FDA after data show they caused cancer in lab animals. The agency said companies have twenty four months to identify suitable replacements in the food products. The additives have been commonly used in candy ice cream chewing gum baked goods, drinks and other foods since nineteen sixty four or currently in the middle of hurricane season. But many of us may not be prepared for a possible natural disaster ruler price with Wells Fargo home lending says this is an important step..
"bombayo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Reports Rosenstein discussed publicly secretly recording the president and raised the idea of using the twenty fifth amendment to remove him from office Rosenstein says the report is not accurate Rosenstein, the top Justice department official overseeing the Trump Russia investigation supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh speaking publicly for the first time since two women accused him of sexual misconduct in high school and college cavenaugh repeatedly told Fox News he's never sexually assaulted anyone. He says he made the unusual decision to do a television interview before a Senate committee votes on his nomination because he wants to clear his name. I'll President Trump says his second meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong own will unfold much like their first except for the location. President Trump on Monday says he hopes to have it happen soon. Having a second summit with Jerry. Secretary of state. Mike Bombayo has been in touch with. Sure. The location. But we're both very much looking forward to having. It will be between North Korea the United States to the format. Most likely. Again. A lot of progress is being made I see tremendous enthusiasm on behalf. Toward making a deal. And I think that that's something. We are. No rush. There's no hurry. We got back three months ago or so we've made more progress than anybody's made ever breaking with regard to North Korea. I really believe North Korea has tremendous economic potential, and I believe that chairman camera the people of North Korean want to see that potential arrived at and we will help them to that end. The relationship is very good, in fact, in some ways, it's extraordinary. We'll see what happens, but we will be having a second summit in the not too distant future. Trump commented Monday in.
Hurricane Maria’s death toll in Puerto Rico topped 1100, a new study says
"I Randall white from capital public radio in Sacramento. I, the news live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk as Republicans rushed to confirm judge Brett Cavin onto the supreme court by early October NPR's, Nina totenberg reports. Democrats say they're skirting provisions of the presidential records act and national archives has notified the Senate Judiciary committee that it will be October before it's able to finish even part of its review of Kavanagh's records while he served in the George W Bush White House. While Republican leaders said they still plan to go ahead with September. Hearings on the cavenaugh nomination Democrats accused the GOP of a scheme to get around the presidential. Records law a law. That requires career archivists to screen documents for privileged or classified, material instead. Under the current plan private lawyers representing President Bush will do the screening and some of those lawyers also represent top current and former. Trump administration officials in the. Russia investigation Nina totenberg NPR news Washington it now. Looks, likely that Paul manafort's former business partner will. Testify and as Bank and tax fraud trial as NPR's miles parks reports Rick gates is cooperating with investigators, about a previous. Statement made by prosecutors put his testimony in doubt it was a small statement but when prosecutors said gates may testify or he may not it's sent reporters dashing from the courtroom it turns out that may have been an overreaction prosecutors now say they have every. Intention and calling gates to testify and clarified they're just constantly just Getting their witness list as the trial continues gates has been considered the. Government's key witness he was manafort's right hand man during the time prosecutors say, the former Trump campaign chairman evaded taxes and lied to banks to get loans. Manafort's defense lawyers however say, was actually gates who committed the crimes and they. Say he's line investigation covers tracks it's unclear when gates would take the stand for prosecutors said they hoped to rest their, case, by the end of next week miles parks NPR news the Trump administration has unveiled its plan to relax fuel-efficiency rules and strip states. Of the ability to enact tougher standards California attorney general heavier Bezerra vows, to continue a legal challenge. We want cars to be, more efficient itchy insane to think that it is good for, families to make cars less efficient officials. In the Trump administration claim their actions would make autos. More, affordable and that would make roads safer because more people would be. Driving newer cars with Latest safety features apple is the world's first publicly traded. Company to have, a market value of one trillion dollars or. In another hard to fathom number one, thousand billion dollars the achievement seemed unimaginable in nineteen Ninety-seven when apple teetered on the edge of bankruptcy with its stock, trading for less than one dollar and, its market value dropping below two billion dollars you're listening to NPR news in Washington A study of death certificates in, Puerto Rico. Is suggesting that more than a thousand, people were killed last year in the wake of hurricane Maria NPR's Richard Harris reports. It's the latest estimate of told that's varied widely the massive hurricane that swept across the United. States, territory nearly a year ago did a huge amount of damage caused many injuries but it's been hard to pin down a death toll the government of Puerto Rico still pegs the, official death, toll at, sixty four though. They acknowledged that's an underestimate in may scientists reported the results of a survey they concluded anywhere from, eight hundred to. Eight thousand people died as a result of the hurricane now researchers who have studied death records to the island counted about eleven. Hundred more deaths than normally. Occur in the months following the store that figure is reported in the journal JAMA Richard Harris NPR news secretary of state Mike Pompeo is in Malaysia on his way to Singapore for. Talks expected to focus on North Korea Bombayo was meeting Friday with Malaysia's prime minister before heading to Singapore for a regional security forum in which, North Korea's, foreign minister, is also set. To participate the meeting comes amid signs that North Korea is continuing to produce long range ballistic missiles A man from New York state has been arrested for leaving. Threatening messages with two house GOP leaders including Louisiana Representative Steve Scalise seriously wounded in two thousand seventeen when a gunman attacked a Republican baseball practice the suspect sixty three year old Carlos Bayan faces. A federal charge of making..
Taxi strike targeting Uber brings chaos to Spanish cities
"Is perverting the key institutions of our society is created a meant barriers that are holding. People back it's not clear how the network might frame the issue in the, midterm elections but it is really backed away from a few Republican candidates Americans. For prosperity the network's biggest group claims more than three million activists and ground organizations in thirty. Six states the conference drew several hundred, six-figure donors plus some Republican party Titians Peter Overby NPR news Washington Secretary of state Mike Pompeo says the Trump administration will invest one. Hundred thirteen million, dollars in, projects in, what he calls the Indo Pacific region NPR's Michelle Kellerman says Pompeo is. Heading to Asia this week secretary. Bombayo says it's in the US strategic interests do promote a free and open Indo Pacific. Region and boost trade, that's one, reason he says the US is investing millions of dollars in technology. Energy and infrastructure projects these funds represent, just a down. Payment on a new era in US economic commitment to peace and prosperity in the end. Up Pacific region on peyot only briefly mentioned President Trump's decision to pull out, of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement he was speaking ahead of a trip to. Malaysia Indonesia and Singapore Michelle Kellerman NPR news Washington prosecutors will not be pressing charges against to. Minnesota police officers for shooting and killing, an African American man Last month yesterday authorities released bodycam video of the. Officers responding to a nine one one call of someone firing a gun into the air Minneapolis the video shows them. Approaching Thurman Blevins officer noticing a gun, on him, the suspect running away. And ignoring demands, to stop the tenant Bob crawl president of the Police Federation of Minneapolis Blevins fired is during the chase and. Of the officers were, justified and he had a message for. Elected officials who criticize the officers involved with the politicians will city and state in those currently running for office that. Condemn the police. Officers actions prior to any facts reverence you've done a disservice, to the communities you're. Supposed to represent we challenge you to take time to learn what exactly it takes to be a police. Officer if not you should resign from your positions or drop out of races but members of the community accused the officers of. Trying to find a reason to kill Blevins on, the video Blevins. Can, be, her telling, the officers not to shoot him and to leave him alone as he was being chased this is NPR news The owners and operators of a ride the ducks tourist boat or now facing a one hundred million dollar. Wrongful death lawsuit NPR's Windsor, Johnston reports this is the first of what will likely be. A wave of litigation following the deadly duck boat accident on a Missouri lake earlier this month the lawsuit, alleges the operators violated company policy by putting the emphasis vehicle. Into the water despite several weather warnings it also accuses the captain of violating protocol by not telling passengers to. Put on life jackets when the water about rough Robert Mongolia's e is a lead attorney in the case the duck. Boat industry did nothing Excelled except sell more. Tickets to paying customers and to continue to expose them it's harm and death seventeen people including several children were killed when, the boat capsized the findings of a. Federal investigation are, still pending Windsor Johnston NPR news It has been an especially rough day for a. Lot of motorists across Spain taxi drivers are. On strike hundreds of white taxis were left idle in the middle of Madrid's Paseo de LA a Yana some protesters blocked traffic when they set up their son loungers pullout snacks and beverages. Others played a little soccer in the street Barcelona was also. Among the major cities to feel the impact of the strike taxi drivers are outraged about, competition from, ride hailing services such as Uber that they, say is unfair to them this.
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"The markets remained mixed here today no sense of real direction can be defined as the dow down ten it had been a twenty two and down seventy one so it's a fairly narrow range but it's been bouncing in between those numbers nasdaq holding onto a gain of about thirty nine points however it's been more steady stands at seventy two twenty six and the sp is up seven to twenty seven hundred and fortythree is china blames the united states for the largest scale trade wars at put it as tariffs kicked in a little bit earlier this morning job growth increase more than a ticipant in june as manufacturers stepped up hiring but steady wage gains pointed to moderation as far as inflation pressures are concerned that's your keep the federal reserve on a path of gradual interest rate increases secretary of state mike bombayo met north korean officials in pyongyang today hoping to fill in details and how to dismantle north korea's program nuclear program and recover the remains of us troops missing from the korean war and six months of wrangling over trade tariffs and the united states has wiped out about a fifth of china's stock market value and driven it's currency down sharply but those moves may have just been a down payment on what is to come say analysts airbus this morning said it was optimistic that it could sign a first export contract for its troubled multination a four hundred military transport plane this year and express growing confidence about prospects for european defense cooperation rural powers intervened appeared to be making no concrete breakthrough today and talks to provide tehran with an economic.
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"Forty a barrel comex gold is down about three tenths percent straight ahead we have the latest world and national news and this is bloomberg thank you karen that brings us to six thirty three on wall street a string of scandal ends in a trump administration resignation the latest from bloomberg's michael barr good morning good morning bob president trump will have to find a new permanent head of the environmental protection agency scott pruitt a step down from the post bloomberg's nathan hager reports from washington on his way to a rally in montana the president told reporters there was no final straw that led to pruitt's resignation that it was very much his decision that he didn't want to be seen as a distraction the president says within the agency he was extremely happy with pruitt getting rid of quote recordbreaking regulations pruitt is under more than a dozen investigations though into his spending and travel as well as his rental of a condo tied to an energy lobbyist president says pruitt's top deputy former coal lobbyist andrew wheeler will take over as acting epa administrator on monday in washington i'm nathan hager bloomberg radio president trump traveled to montana yesterday to rally support for republican candidates ahead of the midterm elections trump in great falls accused european leaders of dragging their heels on nato funding while striking a major natural gas deal with russia they wanna protect against russia yet they pay billions of dollars to russia and trump also said he's going to tell nato start paying their bills secretary of state mike bombayo arrived in north korea today there is pressure on bail to extract more concrete assurances from beyond gang about nuclear commitments a diver has died trying to help thirteen people trapped inside a cave and northern thailand the twelve boys and their soccer coachman draft for almost two weeks now the death of the tiny seals diverse calling attention to the dangers rescuers face trying to keep the boys alive one tight official was asked if conditions are dangerous for the trapped kids everything the best a seal commander says that i thought we could sustain the kids lives for a long time where they are now but now many things have changed we have a limited.
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"Eliminate fortysix hundred positions eight percent of its workforce rose roy says the council save more than a half a billion dollars a year the stock's up more than two and a half percent after the announcement elon musk is betting the runup in tesla shares is an over the electric car maker ceo bought twenty five million dollars more of the stock yesterday tesla has risen about fourteen percent since must bought ten million dollars shares on may seven th the company is cutting three thousand jobs roughly nine percent of its workforce and mosques companies just gotten a big boost in legitimacy bloomberg has learned that boring companies the winner in a bid to build a multibillion dollar highspeed express train chicago's o'hare airport the boring company also trying to get initial transportation projects underway in los angeles and washington hasn't be futures up a point this is bloomberg on wall street we get news from around the world this morning and to do that for us is bloomberg's michael barr thank you john us secretary of state mike pompeo emphasize that kim john thune wooden receive sanctions relief until after his complete disarmament pushing back against north korean suggestions that penalties would soon start being relaxed bombayo sharing a podium in seoul with his japanese and south korean counterparts says sanctions relief cannot take place until such time as we have demonstrated that.
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"I'm jack lepe our secretary of state mike pompeo's warning russia against any interference in the midterm elections this fall bombayo says the white house we'll take what he calls appropriate countermeasures he says russia is still trying to meddle in the november vote although he did not say how the american civil liberties union is suing the state of ohio over its congressional map the lawsuit accuses the state of an unconstitutional partisan gerrymander that benefits republicans the aclu legal director for ohio says ten years of data show republicans consistently win three quarters of the state's congressional seats with about half of the state's votes there's been a drop in us home sales commerce department reports sales of new homes fell one and a half percent in april driven by nearly eight percent drop in the west del sales of new homes are up more than eight percent over the past year you're listening to here now.
North Korea frees three American prisoners
"White house the president also pausing to remember otto warmbier the american student who was released from a hard labor camp in north korea last year and died days later when he returned to the us michelle franzen abc news and now with more on the inner workings of the release of those three americans correspondent don kirk has that from seoul south korea korean central news agency says leader kim jong un accepted and officials suggestion of president trump for releasing the three us citizens imprisoned there on charges ranging from espionage to hostile acts the three were all granted amnesty before returning to the us with secretary of state mike bombayo the upcoming summit with president trump and kim jong un in singapore is now reportedly set to take place in june the state commission on lgbtq youth is out with this annual list of recommendations wbz's carl stevens tells us about it from the state house the chair of this commission established back in nineteen ninetytwo is alexander nellie he tells me this year's focuses on preventing homelessness addressing criminal justice issues and focusing on the health of youth in the lgbtq community these are the three key areas that our work has to be framed in an order to make the commonwealth a better place for all of us to thrive in he says massachusetts is one of the best states in the country for these kids to live but there are still too many instances of discrimination against these young people and too many of them are living on the margins of society from the state house carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time eleven thirty three that means it's time for traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.
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"On the air with the world renowned i tunes psychic he joins us on the line and he'll be here after the news here with everything needs to know is rob martier crime spree that began with the carjacking of an undercover on duty chicago police officer ended with two people shot and cars left behind in the gold coast neighborhood and along inner lake shore drive chicago police department deputy chief kevin ryan was was caught within minutes because of the extra resources we have down in a loop and the aggressive reaction and response by the eighteenth district the suspect was caught after fleeing into a condo building along the inner drive the officer will be fine after her car was taken from these six hundred block of west chicago avenue at roughly five thirty thursday night the officer's car ended up at oak and rush a prosecutor says bill cosby showed his true colors when he went on an expletive laced tirade after his conviction on sexual assault charges cosby called district attorney kevin steel and a hole in court after steel last the judge to revoke the eighty year old comedians bail roughly sixty women have come forward to accuse cosby of sexual misconduct going back five decades cosby's also been accused of sexually assaulting a teenage girl at the playboy mansion in the seventies and mike pompeo says he's humbled by the responsibility of serving as secretary of state and has already departed on his first trip as america's top diplomat bombayo was sworn in thursday after being confirmed by the senate he immediately headed to andrews air force base to fly to brussels i'm rob martier traffic and weather next on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn listen you wouldn't put a speedboat.
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"Of the right now and jean hess bowl the woman who ran the torture operations in thailand for george w bush and dick cheney during the during the invasion of iraq and afghanistan she's going to be before the senate shortly for confirmation for the cia and pompeo was a reliable kind of cocaine ed right wing tea party type for years and years in the us house of representatives which is where you know trump seems to be going to get his is his people i mean you know if if if they had been supported by the coke network for years and they they call themselves tea party irs than donald trump was down with it they were just fine with donald trump and i don't frankly know if mike bombayo has the qualifications or the temperament to run the cia acceding to run the state department to be our secretary of state my sense of it is no but it's also possible that the guy was a political opportunist his whole entire life that he was basically just saying and doing whatever he had to say and do in order to in order to to get by essentially politically and what you have to do if you're a republican these days is suck up to the billionaires and suck after trump and and mouth talking points that you know are like there's no such thing as global warming etcetera and you know if pompoms has been doing that just because that's what you have to do to get wealth and power and now as secretary of state he's a decent and smart guy who's actually going to run the secretary the state department well you know i'd be surprised but not horrified but my sense of it is that these guys who've come up through the ranks and the tea party are not qualified to be secretary of state just real simply and the pompeo should not be secretary of state and.
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"And was forced out here's president trump we're also working with allies and partners to block rans path to a nuclear weapon and confronted sponsorship of terror and bloodshed all around the world everywhere we go in the middle east it's a ran ran ran behind every problem is iran well we're dealing with it in very serious fashion one of the worst deals i've ever seen was the iran deal hundred and fifty billion dollars we gave them for what with your skill bravery i know that the united states military will forever remain the greatest fighting force in the history of the world that was the president in san diego earlier today and we'll have more on his visit to that city he's also raising money for the republican party and we'll hear from mike pompeo on that iran nuclear deal is part of our coverage but we'll begin at the white house this morning shortly before boarding marine one as he headed to california the president making the following a remarks onto the ouster of rex tillerson as his secretary of state i've worked with mike bombayo now for quite some time fernandes energy we're always on the same wavelength the relationship has been very good and that's what i did secretary of state rex tillerson.