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Testing times: the world responds to covid-19

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:43 min | 9 months ago

Testing times: the world responds to covid-19

"For months much of the world has watched the story of the new corona virus unfold from a distance. Now it's facing up to the reality of the spread of covert Boutin. Yesterday California declared a state of emergency after announcing its first corona virus fatality. That brings America's death toll from the disease to eleven Britain reported its largest day-on-day increase in diagnoses yet. Eighty seven. People have now been infected. Italy were a hundred and seven. People have died as closed down every school in the country. For at least ten days every sporting event will be held behind closed. Doors in India citizens have been advised not to travel anywhere that has affected by the virus. That may soon be most of the world's countries yet. Despite the spread not every government is doing all that it should to prepare so countries that have very few cases in the range of about one hundred or two hundred cases are preparing for much bigger outbreak. Slovenia chunk of our is our healthcare correspondent in some cases. There is reasonable suspicion. That countries are actually on the reporting or perhaps Not Looking for cases. So they're just testing very broadly. In fact the World Health Organization has advised countries that already have cases to start testing more broadly including people with symptoms of pneumonia and people who perhaps have flu like symptoms but test. Negative for the flu when you say countries that don't have widespread outbreaks are preparing. What kind of policies of preparation are there? First and foremost it's Communicating to people that you know they should expect Things like Schools being closed mass public gatherings in canceled people being advised to work from home. So that's one way to prepare just communicate and have everybody plan and then behind the scenes. Governments are preparing their healthcare systems. So we know that with this disease. People were hospitalized need ventilators of the breathing machines which they may need for quite a long period of time so hospitals have to have some planning around the sort of excess capacity that they would need to have If an outbreak occurs that would require postponing nonessential or elective operations. That require having fewer people coming to hospital for various appointments so Expanding the use of telemedicine so you know people just having consultation remotely rather than coming in hospital the NHS here has talked about bringing back recently. Retired doctors and nurses If there was a shortage of staff so these are some of the measures that countries are considering at the moment but the most powerful tool is knowing precisely who's been infected in America. Yesterday the White House said it would expand testing for the disease nationally. After falsely blaming the Obama Administration for a shortage of testing kits. There are now at least one hundred fifty diagnosed cases in sixteen states. Ten of America's eleven deaths were in Washington state but the outbreak has also flared up in Texas and the BRASA. The first couple of weeks that America had to get its act together for the virus have not gone well. Columbia's are US policy correspondent. The administration was more focused on downplaying. The threat of the corona virus as opposed to preparing for it and the CDC try to create its own tests. It should have been testing lots of cities basically to try and contain the outbreak. Which would would have been inevitable. And the test didn't work. The first batches percent didn't operate as they should have. And that meant that. America's public health authorities were effectively flying blind in the first couple of weeks that they had to really get a grip on the virus before it started to spread as it has in so many other countries and no discussion of America's healthcare system doesn't end up in questions of of finance. Is that having effect on the way things are going here. Yeah absolutely so. In America. Twenty nine million people are uninsured. Which means that. If they go to the hospital they could be liable for paying the full cost of care. Which often is many times more than you would pay if you had insurance so for some people that could act as a big disincentive to get treatment. There are also many millions of people who have health insurance but who are nonetheless underinsured meaning that they have high deductibles. Or if you go to the hospital they have to pay a reasonably high share of the cost which means that for them as well if they were to start getting sick or feel ill. They might not want to go because they they worry about the bills. They have to receive. There is also another problem in America which has access to paid sick. Leave all of those things. I think could make fighting epidemic in America. A lot more difficult than it would in a western European country with universal healthcare system. And how is the American government responding now? The trump administration has floated the idea of compensating the uninsured for chronic virus treatment. Although we don't have full details yet congress is working on a package to pay for the virus response but we don't yet have details in America as elsewhere. One of the biggest concerns for more widespread outbreaks is that health systems will be overwhelmed. As both fears and diagnoses grow that threat is even greater in poorer regions in Africa. Very few countries have sufficient hospital capacity or the kind of specialist respiratory equipment. That's been deployed in China. That makes stopping infections in the first place even more pressing so the plan in Africa at the moment is really focus. Very much on containment. Kinley Salmon is our Africa correspondent that means tracking people who have been identified to have The disease and then looking at who? They've been under contact with and keeping really close surveillance on all of that. There have been some useful lessons from the crises particularly in West Africa. On how to do this well. Because it also means that communication's important getting people to wash their hands and to know what to do if they are infected to call in and inform people and so on and so that's also particularly important in Africa because so much of the population is young and reaching those people is not as easy as it has to reach people who are older and so using mediums like WHATSAPP instagram. For example or radio can be really effective. Another thing that really helps content goes viral and so for example Nigerian comedian depot has created a viral skip. That's already proved very popular suggesting how people can tackle some of the risk factors full covert nineteen tickets by asking. You just saw if I told you you watch one hundred. Tens of dealing with outbreaks once they occur Nigeria and a number of countries in in the region. Actually have quite a lot of experience with this because there are unfortunately other kinds of diseases which they also have to deal with. Outbreak solve fairly regularly team team from Nigeria Center for Disease. Control actually goes out about every week to investigate a new outbreak of some disease and so there is some experience of of how to do this. They use a particular APP that allows you know health workers to input information. Have it quickly centralized so that people can be tracked and so on? I think the challenge is much greater if scale is so vast that the the challenge for these countries becomes more about dealing with people who already sick than stopping people from getting sick at that point the lack of capacity hospitals. I will be a real problem.

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Infighting erupts at NRA convention, threatening leadership

Weekend Edition Saturday

01:23 min | 1 year ago

Infighting erupts at NRA convention, threatening leadership

"The National Rifle Association is holding its annual convention this weekend in Indianapolis. President Trump spoke there yesterday the same day that Maria Boutin was sentenced to eighteen months in prison. He admitted to conspiring to infiltrate the NRA on behalf of Russia and today there reports of infighting in the NRA in the form of extortion and peer political reporter, Tim Mack joins us from the convention, Tim. Thanks so much for being with us. Of course. Thank you for having me Representative or I'm sorry, Vladimir Putin. President. Putin is calling the Boutin Bootma sentence an outrage today he says is just saving face remind us of the connections between the NRA in Russia with this is something I've been falling for years. It certainly wasn't something that NRA officials have been seeking debris up at the convention. But I I broke the Putina story back in two thousand seventeen when she was kind of bragging is being a conduit between the Trump team and gun circles and the Russian government. She pleaded guilty to conspiring with a Russian official named Alexander torsion to infiltrate the National Rifle Association and other conservative groups as sort of a influence situation. At an influence scenario on behalf of the Russian government. Putting a funnel information to Russia that according to one federal prosecutor had quote serious potential to harm the US

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Accused Russian agent sentenced to 18 months in prison

WCBS Programming

01:18 min | 1 year ago

Accused Russian agent sentenced to 18 months in prison

"Is eighteen months in prison for the Russian woman who admitted to secretly working for the Kremlin infiltrating US political groups, including the NRA, marina Boutin has already served nine months in the case, but was sentenced to another nine months before being deported back to rush up. Her attorney Robert Driscoll says the court's decision is troubling for four nationals the government's theories that you act as an agent. Whenever you anything for foreign official. I think that is an extremely broad interpretation can apply not only to people like Maria by other people. I think something should be like that. But CBS news foreign affairs analyst panel folk says the court's decision to deport the Tina back to Russia eases tensions between our countries the decision to have boot removed from the United States after her sentences complete resolve some tension between the United States and Russia and ends a wide ranging campaign by Russia, including by temporary in Washington, and it's UN mission to free her from US custody, but the sentence rat diplomats who consider her action to be one that deserves deportation rather than jail time

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Accused Russian agent sentenced to 18 months in prison

Bloomberg Best

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Accused Russian agent sentenced to 18 months in prison

"Russian gun activists gun rights. Activists Maria Bettina has been sense to eighteen months in prison for failing to register as a federal agent described by some as a Russian spy Bettina used her purported interest in gun rights facilitate meetings with NRA officials and prominent figures in the Republican party. She was arrested in July and has been held in prison ever since Boutin pleaded guilty back in December. She claims she was caught up in a massive geopolitical power

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BBC says podcast listening will quadruple by 2021

podnews

03:06 min | 1 year ago

BBC says podcast listening will quadruple by 2021

"Podcast listening will quadruple up to thirteen point six percent of all audio listening. That's according to the BBC's head of research for radio and education. Anderson winter radio days Europe today in lasagna, she highlighted how the BBC sounds app chooses mandatory signing offers better data analytics for the broadcaster and allows better recommendations, meanwhile, Ben Chapman, head of digital for BBC audio and music says that we hope that in the coming months. BBC sounds will be an international proposition referring to the app the sense of connection and ownership is far more on a podcast, then on broadcast, TV or radio. That's according to Chris Mason of the BBC's Brexit cast speaking at radio days Europe today via video adding that the podcast generates significant amounts of contact fire social media the puck. The podcast is now films for BBC television. Dino, saw fos the podcast producer also shared that. They have had over four million downloads for the podcast one hundred episodes polish men and Emily Boutin from WNYC studios. Also spoke this morning radio. Does Europe highlighting how they use audio to build community and focusing on listener episodes, which do better than well known names every show. They said is created with listener interaction in mind and iheart radio. President Darin Davis is also been speaking of radio days Europe. He said that the iheartradio at which includes podcasts has been downloaded two point one billion times. And it has one hundred twenty seven million registered users, be everywhere. The consumers are he says with the services and the products they expect Davies also said that podcasting was in new audience development tool for talk radio reaching younger audiences in other news in the US little. Snippet of interesting years from the latest Nielsen data more people listen to podcasting per week than listen to Sirius XM the figures are from quarter three two thousand eighteen and there's been more growth since what causing in Puerto Rico is at a turning point. That's according to a Dante media in a post with data from the country. The CBC reports on a new way of making your own podcast borough. The equipments from your local library a podcast platform for aerobics speakers pod, you has one funding at the university of Chicago. And is everyone happy that Google podcast is now transcribing podcasts. Some people have doubts in our podcast section today. We highlight run pods new podcast from global aimed at people new to running and seasoned marathoners alike. Bomber released episode three last Friday, it support costs focusing on the two thousand eighteen Austin serial bomber and attracting a large amount of media attention. And our friends at palled sites. Also pointers to the weekly skip. It's a podcast of hosts from it's a podcast off hosts from thousands of shows reading just brand names. We like the quip and his and that's

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U.S. judge delays sentencing of accused Russian agent Butina

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. judge delays sentencing of accused Russian agent Butina

"Accused Russian agent Maria Boutin a- appeared in court in DC for what many observers thought would be the beginning of the end of her case. But tina's defense lawyer told us last night that her passport had been handed over to US immigration. Authorities in the hopes of quickly facilitating her D. Portes to Russia upon what they hoped and expected to be the quick conclusion of her case. Well, at her court hearing today in Washington didn't go that way. Prosecutors told the judge that actually Maria Boutin ah is not done in her cooperation with the federal government. They are not ready to move forward with her sentencing. They don't expect to be back in court to start her sentencing process for at least another four weeks. Now, we don't know what she is still cooperating on. But prosecutors say they do want more of her time.

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GOP operative dating Marina Butina charged with money laundering, fraud

WBZ Morning News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

GOP operative dating Marina Butina charged with money laundering, fraud

"Although one time boyfriend Devon accused Russian agent has been indicted ABC's Dave Packer with the story longtime Republican operative. Paul Erickson who was romantically linked to accused Russian agent Maria Boutin a- has been indicted on eleven counts of wire fraud. And money laundering. The indictment from a federal grand jury in South Dakota alleging that are devised a scheme that for decades defrauded investors for his personal enrichment. The Fifty-six-year-old was released on bond an attorney for Ericsson calls, the charges wholly unfounded, and unrelated to charges against Fatina who's accused of developing a covert influence operation in the US Ericsson faces twenty years in prison

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Is Russia's Arrest of American Payback for Maria Butina?

Vegas Never Sleeps

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Is Russia's Arrest of American Payback for Maria Butina?

"USA's Chris Barnes in Washington on a US citizen, who's accused of espionage in Russia versus deputy, foreign minister brushing back suggestions that an American being held in Moscow on suspicion of spying could be exchanged for a Russian citizen being held by the United States, the brother of Paul Whalen. No tells the Associated Press that he can't help but question whether the events are connected, we Linda former US marine who also holds Canadian British and Irish citizenship has been detained in Moscow since late December his arrest leading to speculation. Russia could be using him to bargain for a Russian woman who pleaded guilty to acting as a foreign agent in the US deputy foreign minister surrogate Riber says discussing a possible swap including Leland and Maria Boutin would be premature because we hasn't even been formerly charged yet

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"boutin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"boutin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Original heart of the Boutin restaurant. Lies just a few meters behind its front door a centuries old wood fired stove decorated with painted tiles, a cook slides cast iron pans into the embers. Above the smoke rising up from the burning oak, logs gleaming, golden, suckling pigs. Sizzle away quietly. It's a site bound to make vegetarians despair and send pork fans to seventh heaven. The boss. Jose Gonzalez comes in his family has been running the ball team for three generations. Bisque either win. We also have good fish good meat, and we make all our own deserts here. We try to do everything as well as we possibly can. But you won't find a better suckling pig in Madrid not even integral via which is considered cookie Neo city. The suckling pig capital, I've visited some restaurants there that are famous for. It was actually quite disappointed when he talks about his suckling. Pigs Jose Gonzalez sees no reason for modesty. He says the old wood fired oven produces a consistent amount of heat and smoke. This ensures the piglets are always well roasted and always coded in the same fine crackling. And then of course, there's the special recipe passed down from his grandfather, Don. Buffet. Loaded.

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"boutin" Discussed on X96

X96

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"boutin" Discussed on X96

"Paul Whalen is a former marine they they arrested him. I is I e just disappeared. He went to Russia for a wedding, a friend of his he just disappeared his family. His family was relieved when they found out finally that he'd been arrested for espionage least, they knew he was he was alive. For now. US ambassador to Russia. Jon Huntsman met with Mr. Waylon at the prison where he's being held and talk to his family. According to the State Department Whelan's families at the forty eight year old who is director of global security for a Michigan based auto supplier traveled to Moscow for a wedding for a fellow marine veteran. Now, his his company that he is head of security for doesn't do any business in Russia. So he wasn't there on on company business. He was just there for the wedding. His family says he is far as we know. He's not a spy not doing us. We don't. He was just there for the wedding. He faces up to twenty years in prison. If convicted of espionage by Russian authorities there is some speculation that he's was arrested and being held as a bargaining chip. So this Maria Boutin ah, oh, if she is convicted be already betrayed she plead guilty. She played she's cooperating, but that can't be the case. Because Mr. Hannity says that the Maria Bettina thing is a nothing burger. So why would they go to also why would they go to the trouble of kidnapping? Why would they why would they want her back? And why would they want her back if she's a nothing burger you? We'll see well because because.

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"boutin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"boutin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Produced that peace and Anna you have an update on the story. Yeah. This episode first aired about a year and a half ago, and I just talked to MFS week and she has now officially retired from sex work. What does that mean retired? She's not doing it anymore. She figured out that she had enough money in savings to only do the work that she was doing that wasn't sex work part time, and she's now back in school. She got a scholarship and realized she had enough money to take the leap. Permanently. Permanently out of sex work. Yeah. I think so I think she she looks back on it as something that she's glad she was able to do when she was in a financial emergency. But she said talking to us helped her realize wasn't something that she felt good doing anymore. So once she had the money to stop doing it. She's ready to do it. When she told you that I'm retiring, how did she sound? How did she what was her demeanor? When she told you that it was really remarkable. Because what I remember about. This interview is how heavy she felt like she was in a place where she wanted to get out and didn't know how and talking to her now a year and a half later. She sounds happy and light. And like she was finally able to make a decision. That's time had come while. Yeah. Who do we have to for this piece? I worked with Katie Bishop and Emily Boutin on the death sex team and Andrew done mixed. It right on. So this is by death sex and money's sale. Who's in the studio with us today? Thank you so much for sharing his peace with us..

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In filing intended to be under seal, U.S. prosecutors ask to transport Maria Butina, possibly to testify at grand jury

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

03:39 min | 2 years ago

In filing intended to be under seal, U.S. prosecutors ask to transport Maria Butina, possibly to testify at grand jury

"From public view was accidentally posted online by the court in an unredacted form. And I guess the court realized prosecutors realized what they had done electronically and they fairly quickly took it down. But while that document was up for that short period of time reporter, Spencer shoe with the Washington Post was able to grab it and screen shot it, at least it was able to grab the first page of it of this document again that was supposed to be sealed. But let me just just read you what it said. Quote, the United States of America. So you can say right at the top. It says under seal I mean, we're not supposed to see it. I should tell you also the title is motion for leave to file under seal. And this is just the first few sentences of what filing says, quote, the United States of America buying through its attorney the US attorney for the district of Columbia. Respectfully moves this court for leave to file under seal its motion for authorization of transportation in the above referenced case, and that's not a legal term of art. In this case, they literally mean transportation, quote, the motion discusses a pending criminal investigation and matters occurring between the parties that should not appear on the public in the public record. Although the fact of defendant Maria Boutin is cooperation is now public the details of her transportation to and from the jail are not the disclosure of such information would pose a risk to the defendant safety and the safety of the community wants disclose such information could be used by individuals or entities who might seek to harm or intimidate the defendant to prevent her from continuing. To cooperate with law enforcement now in this document. We don't actually get the details of her transportation. We just get the government's argument that those details should not be made public. But now get this quote. In addition, the proposed order references defendant, Boutin 'as possible transportation to a grand jury. The fact of her testimony before a grand jury is protected under rule six of the federal rules of criminal procedure and should remain confidential. She's testifying to a grand jury. So again, this was not supposed to be posted in a way, the public could see it. But it was in Washington Post reporter, Spencer shoe was able to grab it. And that is how we learned that one of the things that has happened since Maria Patino pled guilty and agreed to cooperate with prosecutors is that already she is not just talking to prosecutors already. They've got her being transported from jail to testify in person before a grand jury in what the prosecutors described as ongoing criminal investigations, remember she was charged as a basically undeclared secret agent of the Russian government operating in this country to influence our politics, specifically, the Republican party through the NRA. What might she know about might? She have evidence about that. They've got her providing Evans to the grand jury about I don't know. But since that document was posted by accident and then quickly posted this weekend.

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"boutin" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"boutin" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"But today this was open court in Washington DC as a thirty year old Russian woman named Maria Boutin a- elected to change her plea from not guilty to guilty after she was charged by federal prosecutors with acting in this country as a secret agent of. The Russian government as part of an influence operation to influence US politics. And specifically the Republican party in ways that would benefit the interests of the Russian federation. The judge quote now, MS patina your lawyer. And the prosecutors have given me a document called the statement of offense. That describes what the government would be prepared to prove at trial about your criminal conduct. This is an important document. That's your signature on December eighth the defendant Maria Tina that is correct. The judge and by signing, you are agreeing that this is correct. And true. And this is what you did. I have to make sure of that. Because if we come back for sentencing, you can't say, well, I just signed it. But it didn't really do paragraph or paragraph four because you signed it. So I have to make sure that you understand it. Have you read the statement of offense and discussed it fully with your lawyers the defendant Maria Boutin? Yes, the judge is that your signature on the last page knowledge that you've read the description of the criminal conduct and fully understand it the defendant. Yes, you're on her. The judge does the statement of offense truly and accurately describe what you did in this case that offended. Yes. The judge. Ms Boutin, beginning no later than inner around two thousand fifteen and possibly earlier continuing until inner around twenty eighteen in the district of Columbia and elsewhere did you with others knowingly, combine conspire confederate and agreed together? And with each other to commit an offense against the United States the defendant Maria Boutin. Yes. Is Putin do understand the charges against you defendant? Yes. Patina? Do you understand that the plea in this case resulted from negotiations between your lawyer and the government? Yes, did your lawyer keep you apprised at all stages of the negotiation. Yes. Your honor? And was the decision whether to accept this plea made by you. Yes. Your honor? Now, do you have a copy of the flea agreement? Yes. The judge says, and it's long single-spaced and contains a lot of complicated legal terms. Have you read it carefully Oreo patina? Yes. The judge. Do you understand it patina? Yes. Have you gone over it with your lawyers? Yes. Have you had enough time to discuss it with your lawyers? Yes. Is that what you agreed to defendant? Yes. Do you have any confusion or questions about this agreement that you would like to ask me or that you would like to ask you lawyers about the defendant? No, the judge are you entering this voluntarily and of your own free will because you are guilty. The defendant. Yes, the judge. Is there anything that? You do not understand about this proceeding or about your plea in this case the defendant. No is there anything that? You want to ask me or your lawyer before you went to your plate? No. Are you? Now ready to say whether you want to plead guilty or go to trial on the charges in this case the defendant. Yes, the judge what do you want to do the defendant guilty? That's what she said. She just shouted out. Guilty. The judge finally are you pleading guilty because you are guilty defendant. Yes. The judge. You may have a seat missed patina. I am satisfied that MS patina is a fully competent and capable excuse me. I am satisfied that MS Boutin is fully competent and capable of making a decision today that she understands the nature of the charges in the consequences of the plea that the plea of guilty is knowing involuntary that she is acting of her own free will and pleading guilty, and that there is an adequate factual basis containing each of the essential elements of the offense for her plea and aside from the loud awkward blurts of the word guilty. That was that was a by the book, but still absolutely shocking court proceeding today in federal court in Washington, I mean with this today Maria Boutin becomes the first Russian national convicted for seeking to influence US politics around the time of the election in two thousand sixteen she had not excuse me..

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Football player, 16, reveals why he killed pregnant cheerleader

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:19 min | 2 years ago

Football player, 16, reveals why he killed pregnant cheerleader

"Baby. He pleaded not guilty in court today and new back for another hearing next week, David Alex Perez, Alex, thank you to the expected guilty plea now from that Russian woman, we have reported on here before Maria Boutin Tina, she'd been accused of being a secret agent of the Russian government. It's believed she is now flipped agreeing to plead guilty to conspiracy and to cooperate with US prosecutors in any investigation, here's ABC's Phillips tonight. She's accused of being a glamorous and manipulative secret agent sent here by Russia, but tonight Maria Boutin has agreed to cooperate with the Justice department in a draft agreement obtained by ABC news, the Russian gun rights activists pleads guilty to conspiracy admitting she sought to establish unofficial lines of communication with Americans having power and influence over US politics for the benefit of the Russian federation. Prosecutors say she did it with the help of an. American Republican operative Paul Erikson with whom she had a romantic relationship. They even recorded this video together. Boutin says Ericsson helped her cozy up to conservative leaders and top NRA officials. She acknowledges that in two thousand fifteen she told a Russian official.

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Accused Russian spy Maria Butina to plead guilty to conspiracy

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Accused Russian spy Maria Butina to plead guilty to conspiracy

"Accused Russian spy Maria Boutin, a is reportedly agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy. The thirty year old is poised to enter a plea deal with the Justice department. Martinez lawyers are reportedly asking for a maximum sentence of six months, and she will likely be deported. After that part of the deal. That's expected to be filed in court says that she and an unnamed US person one which sources say is Republican operative. Paul Erickson conspired with a Russian official Ericsson and Boutin were reportedly in a romantic relationship for years Boutin is accused of trying to infiltrate Republican organizations to advance

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Accused Russian spy Maria Butina to change "not guilty" plea

Guy Gordon

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Accused Russian spy Maria Butina to change "not guilty" plea

"Plea agreement. Thirty year old Maria Putina was arrested in July and charged with conspiracy and acting as an unregistered foreign agent for Russia. She entered a plea of not guilty has been behind bars ever since. But in a new court filing federal prosecutors, and Boutin is lawyers say that our cases been resolved. And they've asked the judge for a hearing as early as Tuesday morning to withdraw that guilty plea prosecutors allege she used her contacts at the National Rifle Association to try to infiltrate US political organizations in order to

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"boutin" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"boutin" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Tonight accused of leaking sensitive financial information in several high profile cases. Federal prosecutors, say Natalie, Mayflower sours. Edwards shared reports generated by banks with the media about Paul Manafort with gates, the Russian embassy and the alleged Russian agent, Maria Boutin. Ah, that information appeared in dozens of reports in BuzzFeed media. Next tonight, the countdown to the mid-term elections, less than three weeks away. Now at a Texas race in the headlines tonight, democrat metalwork fighting unseen Senator Ted Cruz to facing off in a heated debate overnight or work using nickname for crews. I used by President Trump, here's Mary Bruce. It's a feisty flashpoint in one of the most closely watched Senate races of the year. Here. We welcome the two candidates running for the United States. Democrat, congressman bento roar taking on Republican Senator Ted Cruz with the words of President Trump in the case of Lyon, Ted Cruz, lying Ted lives. Oh, he lies. You know, Ted, he brings the bible holes in high, puts it down lies. Ted Cruz is for Ted Cruz. He's dishonest. It's why the president called lying Ted and it's why the nickname stuck because it's true cruise is leading in the polls, but Rourke is hauling in the cash, a staggering thirty, eight million dollars in just three months. He's cultivated a nice guy image in these behind the scenes. Iphone campaign videos, Aurore skateboarding, and air drumming through the drive through. And now as he sharpens his attacks crews, changing his tone to the conservative firebrand now, calling for Americans to come together. There is a loss of civility. There is an anger. There is a rage on the far left of that is really frightening. You know the images, hold on. Let me answer with doughnut. Me Jason, the images of of a left-wing mob beating on the doors of the supreme court. That's not good for our country. We can disagree while treating each other with respect while treating each other with civility. This Senate race making major headlines across this country, Mary Bruce with us here in New York tonight. Great to have you here in person the president. I coined the phrase lying Ted during the presidential campaign, but now it's the democratic candidate for Senate using that same terminology. Yeah. And President Trump says he was watching that debate last night and he says that aerobic isn't in the same league as Ted Cruz. And now the president who wants so fiercely attacked crews. You'll be out campaigning for. Him on Monday and no longer calling him lying Ted. All right, Mary good to have year in person and the nation's highest military honor tonight. Fifty years in the making President Trump awarded the medal of honor to retire marine sergeant Major John kenley for his actions. During the battle of way in Vietnam. He took charge of his unit when their commander was wounded, risking his life over and over again, pulling injured marines off the battlefield saving twenty lives, and there is still much more head on world news tonight this Wednesday, the actor making news tonight someone so many of you grew up with right here in this country. Also the powerful explosion at an apartment, complex images coming at least seven firefighters injured. There's news on their condition, the new consumer alert tonight, the growing salmonella scare the warning from the CDC involving chicken and a confrontation at a children's opera game. The woman on the sidelines calling police after she witnessed a black father yelling instructions. What was her argument? What head tonight. You see headlines across your screen all day, but you're busy. What do you need to know what's.

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New Pew research report says middle class Americans are falling further behind the wealthy

Mike McConnell

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

New Pew research report says middle class Americans are falling further behind the wealthy

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Maria Butina to remain in jail before trial

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

00:59 min | 2 years ago

Maria Butina to remain in jail before trial

"An interesting and somewhat dramatic crop preceding today in Washington where accused Russian agent Maria Boutin a- has been charged by federal prosecutors with essentially infiltrating the NRA and other aspects of the American conservative movement to influence the US election as a secret agent of the Russian government. A judge today in Washington rejected the lawyer's request. Maria Boutin has lawyer's request that she be released from jail pending trial. The judge somewhat angrily also imposed a gag order both on the. Accusers in the case and the defense lawyers in that case, thus precluding either side for making any further public comments about the Maria Boutin case until her trial is over and done with just as we are getting on the air tonight, we just got in the transcript of the court hearing today in the Maria Bettina case. She will want to hear the judges angry tirade about the lip synching video that she was forced to watch and chambers for no reason.

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"boutin" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

Buzz Burbank News and Comment

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"boutin" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

"And I thank you in the last week of April this year f. b. i. agents wearing armor rated, Maria Boutin 'as apartment. She's the twenty nine year old. Red had recently charged with being a Russian secret agent for years in the US infiltrating the NRA and other conservative groups to try to influence American politics and policy Boutin a- allegedly tried to make friends in high places and sometimes used sex to get closer to those influential people. She excitedly met among others. The daughter of the late president, Dwight Eisenhower. Susan Eisenhower. She met Donald Trump, junior, and there were others. Boutin had apparently made it past the NRA posing all the while as a Russian gun right's advocate. Even though Russians have no gun rights gun rights were her Trojan horse with which she was infiltrating American politics. We know that on election night once Donald Trump had won the presidency Boutin emailed Russian government official Alexander torsion at three AM. With the words, I'm ready for further orders. Despite being a government official in country with no gun rights. Torsion was a lifetime member of the NRA and Boutin sponsor in the US. Boutin has now behind bars awaiting trial. Torsion is back in Russia between that raid on Maria. Boutin is apartment. And now strange things happened at the NRA. The man who served as the group's president step down at the end of one year, even though the NRA president normally serves two one year terms, consecutively, the NRA has very precise rules about the order of succession. The first vice president said he couldn't take the job at all, not even temporarily. The second vice president became the interim president of the NRA interim, not the successor as the NRA's precise rules dictate as had been done for decades. No. Instead the job went out of the blue to Oliver North who was convicted of a felony in the eighties after his key role in an illegal scheme supply guns to Iran, and then divert the guns to the contra rebel groups in Nicaragua tossing convention and its own rules out the window, the NRA less than two weeks after the raid on Maria Boutin 'as apartment suddenly had a new president by way of circumvention. It was certainly surprising to Oliver North who told a reporter, it was sudden and unexpected. He says he took the job because he believes a coup is underway against President Trump and quote, every conservative organization on the planet which would include the NRA which remains under federal investigation for possibly serving as a funnel to move money from Russia into the Trump campaign and to hear the NRA tell it the gun lobby has fallen on hard times. It says that thanks to various legal moves by the state of New York. The NRA may have to shutdown. On its headquarters and its website, and it says it will have to stop holding rallies and conventions if New York's actions remain in place, there was great shot in Florida on gun law reform. Advocates who went online to send the NRA, their thoughts and prayers. New York has moved to block the gun group from doing business with any of the state's insurance companies and to make it harder for the NRA to do.

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The right plate might nudge kids to eat more veggies

Programming

04:01 min | 2 years ago

The right plate might nudge kids to eat more veggies

"You what her name is right now and we've got to win I it will be a. Female Well I can't tell you what her name is speculation. Is that it is the McComb county public works, Commissioner Candace Miller speaking WJR news Candace Miller said she had no comment Paul manafort's longtime deputy as testified today against him in federal court, Jerry Bolander was there in. A matter of fact voice Rick gates testified that he and Manafort committed, crimes together gates who is the. Prosecution star witness and has pleaded guilty to two felonies testified that it manafort's direction he didn't report the company's control over multiple foreign. Bank accounts in Cyprus the Grenadines and the United Kingdom. He, also, testified, that, he helped Manafort falsify, tax returns and gates admitted taking what he described as several hundred. Thousand dollars for Manafort. That, wasn't authorized Jerry bowed Lander at the federal. Courthouse Alexandria Virginia Kentucky Republican Senator Paul rand Iran Paul, rather is in Russia where he, held meetings with the rush In parliament members in Moscow correspondent Frederik play Chen says Paul was asked to help out, alleged Russian, spy Maria patina currently there. Was some Russian lawmakers who asked him whether or not he could ask. For, Maria Boutin of course the Russian gun lobbyists. Who has since been accused of being a spy for the, Russians. In the US whether, she. Could be released and sent back. To rutta whether he could help with that it's unclear if any. Sort of arrangements are being made their WJR news, time seven oh four millions of federal dollars are on their way back to Michigan to repair one of the worst roads in the state, one hundred million dollars is. On the way from Washington finally fixed Mound Road mccone county executive Mark, Hackell says the big job will. Start in a couple of years because the current repair be something scholas- into the future this reconstruction of that roadway with this infra. Grant funds that we have is going to take us. You, know, thirty, or, forty years out so, we're gonna be tearing it up putting putting that new roadway inn I'll be starting in twenty twenty twenty, twenty one the new project will include a new, roadway pedestrian. Overpasses, and will be wired and ready for autonomous vehicles you could call it mound on the rebound. In Warren, Ken Rogulski WJR news if you're having a tough time getting your young kids to eat their veggies a, new dish could help researchers from the university of Colorado, found that giving children's segmented plates. With pictures of recommended foods in each of those compartments lead kids to eat. More, vegetables the. Ideal ages to try this are with kids four to eight on days when kids use the segmented plates they serve. Themselves nearly fourteen grams more veggies per day on average and, eight about seven and a half. Grams more than, on days when they use normal white plates that's about an additional baby carrot or two per day a small. Increase but researchers say even this little change can help create better eating habits for kids as they, get older, I'm John Stolnis WJR news. Time seven oh five we're gonna head out to the roads with Tracy Thanks Marie and good evening Detroit and Oakland County eastbound. I sixty Ninety-six after. Hoover road you still have minor, delays from crash on the right shoulder southbound. I seventy five after I six ninety six the right shoulder affected from an accident there in also on I seventy five southbound this time after Dixie highway the right shoulder black from, a crash there I'm Tracy racks WJR traffic first on the fives from the. WJR weather center better than average, storm chances around the motor city all week long with the chance for thunderstorms right on through Friday scattered storms tonight seventy degrees some heavy weather tomorrow some gusty downpours. Small hell possible tomorrow Eighty-three and then more afternoon storms, Wednesday temps in. The low eighties, from the Weather Channel I'm meteorologist Scott Lawrimore loose talk seven sixty WJR seventy five degrees. Right now I'm Marie Osborne WJR news. The next. Update it's at eight o'clock or whenever news breaks The following is presented.

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Moscow says Russian woman arrested in US mistreated in jail

Armstrong and Getty

01:45 min | 2 years ago

Moscow says Russian woman arrested in US mistreated in jail

"Flex fires as well. Moscow claims, a Russian woman arrested in the United States on charges of acting as an unregistered foreign agent for Russia is being mistreated in jail, Russian foreign ministry. Spokeswoman Maria. Zara Cova told reporters today that Maria Boutin ah, is being kept in solitary confinement and a cold Sal in Washington DC czar. Her claimed the prison officials are interrupting Boutin asleep, not feeding her properly and not letting her breathe fresh air czar Cova describing Boutin 'as treatment in jail as complete law, NIST lawlessness, and urging the international human rights community to intervene Bettina was arrested this month, and she awaits trial on charges of conspiracy and acting as an unregistered foreign agent for Russia. Prosecutors have accused her of using sex and deception to forge influential connections. She's pleaded not guilty. China's government announcing a sixty billion dollar list of US goods, including coffee. Honey and, industrial chemicals for. Retaliation if. Washington goes ahead with its latest tariff threat China's, finance ministry is accusing the Trump administration of damaging the global economy after proposing. To impose twenty-five percent duties on two hundred billion, dollars worth of Chinese products in a dispute over Beijing's technology policy and the judge and Paul manafort's financial fraud trial has, gone after, prosecutors several times this week for highlighting President Trump's former campaign chairman's lifestyle judge, LSU has some sharp wet often cuts lawyers down to size says it's not a crime to. Be rich the Manafort case centers on his consulting work for wealthy Ukranian. Clients and whether he. Fraudulently hid millions from banks and the IRS we'll check your, traffic next.

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"boutin" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"boutin" Discussed on WTVN

"The Justice department affidavit in October twenty sixteen Boutin reported to her Russian mentor that Republicans are, for us and Democrats against this is not esta about one, seductive spire even when president it's about how intertwined Russia and the Republican party are becoming and whether the. Republican party is? Willing and able to disentangle itself is the Republican party. Entangled with Russia in what way exactly By defending Trump against these outrageous allegations that a. Single scintilla of? Which Is supportable You mean the Republicans voted to increase defense spending You mean the, Republican administration that's taken certain severe steps? Against Russia where the Obama administration what Hiss was convicted of, perjury, nineteen fifty for falsely denying in his nineteen forty-eight congressional testimony that, he gave Whittaker chambers confidential State Department? Documents to be delivered to the Soviets interesting back then isn't it, that people were actually, prosecuted He served forty four months in prison then. Spent the next forty two years maintaining his innocence ever after even after intercepts declassify just before his death strongly indicated, this, was a Soviet agent for years by the way the Democrats supported, has many of them to the end Claiming don't know of course he's not a Of course he. Wasn't a Russian spy shortly before its fall Alger hiss had risen high enough in the State Department to serve as acting general secretary of, the United Nations during the nineteen forty five San Francisco conference that finalize the international organizations charter when rumors of his Soviet ties prompted. His resignation at the end, of nineteen, Forty-six his reputation remained strong enough very Republican John foster, Dulles to engineer smooth transition into the presidency the. Carnegie Endowment, for international peace His, guilt how come he's not talking about the Democrats his. Skill while hotly debated for decades Left a lingering stain, on the Democratic Party and liberalism didn't It'll even. Lingering stain on them they do all kinds. Of crackpot stuff there's a leave a lingering stain on them he's just trying to set. Up Trump and the Republicans making it difficult for the. Party the win the public trust matters both foreign and domestic if Republicans handle their Alger hiss? Moment is awkwardly as Democrats did they face a similar fate what Alger hiss moment Why. Was hitch such a touchstone for the Cold War era because for much of the left. He was an honorable man who served fourteen years and. Three government departments during the Roosevelt and Truman administrations only to be smeared any wave of anti-communist? Hysteria he wasn't smeared Somebody had sent on the guy, for the right he was proof that communists were crawling throughout our government and the Liberal. Democrats should be suspected of harboring secret anti-american agendas. As Whittaker chambers right. In witnessed by. The way great book if you haven't read it when he? Fingered Histon aimed at communism he, also struck the forces great socialist revolution which the name of liberalism has been inching it's ice cap over the nation for two decades that's what chambers said. He was correct Now once served time even though he was never, convicted of espionage the right had the upper hand in the argument now see see how. Liberal rights and thanks the right has the upper. Hand the left has. The lower hand Now the problem is progressivism status the problem, was FDR set the right having the upper, hand or the lower hand but this guy has to, create, the scenario Dak like Donald Trump is facing Alger hiss moment and. So are we know we're not The case marked the beginning, of the, post World War Two ideological faultlines that would shape American politics during the Cold War the dueling. Testimonies of chambers in his to the house on American activities committee riveted the nation the. Relentless pursuit of his made a young congressman from California Richard Nixon a rockstar in his party before the were Rockstars days. After, his conviction in nineteen fifty. Senator Joe McCarthy infamously took the anti-communist crusade to the next level wedding along list, of names he dubiously claimed RIC communist party members working in the State Department isn't a similar, to the Democrats waving their lists around Houston people at colluding with the Russians They must have something, on Trump isn't, that, the next line the new line The Truman administration was blindsided though it shouldn't have been the FBI..

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"boutin" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"boutin" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The Justice department affidavit in October twenty sixteen Boutin reported to her Russian mentor that Republicans, are for us and Democrats against this is not about one, seductive spire even when president it's about how intertwined Russia and the Republican party are becoming and whether the. Republican party is? Willing and able to disentangle itself is the Republican party. Entangled with Russia in what way exactly By defending Trump against these outrageous allegations that a. Single scintilla of? Which Is supportable You mean the Republicans voted to increase defense spending mean the Republican administration that's taken certain severe steps, against Russia where the, Obama administration what Hiss was convicted of perjury nineteen fifty for falsely denying, in his nineteen forty eight congressional testimony? That he gave Whittaker chambers confidential State Department documents to be delivered to the Soviets interesting back then isn't it, that people were actually, prosecuted He served forty four months in prison. Then spent the next forty two years maintaining his innocence ever after even after intercepts declassify just before his death strongly indicated, this, was a Soviet agent for years by the way the Democrats supported, has many of them to the end Claiming no no no of course he's not a The question wasn't a Russian spy shortly before its fall algebra hits had risen high enough in the State Department to serve as acting general secretary, of the United Nations during the nineteen forty five San Francisco conference that finalized the international organizations charter when rumors of his Soviet ties prompted. His resignation at the end of nineteen forty six his reputation remained strong enough for a Republican John, foster Dulles to engineer smooth transition into, the, presidency, the. Carnegie Endowment. For international peace His guilt how come he's not talking about the Democrats his. Skill while hotly debated for decades Left a lingering stain on the, Democratic Party and liberalism now it didn't Did lingering stain on them they do all kinds of crackpot stuff there's a leave lingering. Stain on them He's just trying to set up Trump and. The Republicans making it difficult for the party the win the public trust on matters both foreign? And domestic if Republicans handle their Alger hiss moment. Is awkwardly as Democrats did they face. A similar fate what Alger hiss moment Why was hitch such a touchstone for the Cold War era because for much of, the left he was an honorable man who served fourteen years. Three government departments during the Roosevelt and Truman administrations only to be smeared any wave of anti-communist? Hysteria he wasn't smeared Somebody had sent on the guy for the, right he was proof that communists were crawling throughout our government and the Liberal Democrats should be suspected of harboring secret anti-american agendas as Whittaker chambers right in. Witnessed by the way. A great book if. You haven't read it when he fingered Hairston aimed at communism? He also struck out the forces, of the great socialist revolution which the name of liberalism has been inching its ice cap over the nation for two decades that's what chambers said and. He was correct Now once served time even, though he was never convicted of espionage the right had the upper hand in the argument now see see how liberal rights and thanks the right has the. Upper hand the left. Has the lower hand No the problem is progressivism status the problem was, FDR set the right having the upper hand, or the lower hand but this guy has to create, the, scenario act like Donald Trump is facing an algebra his moment and. So are we know we're not The case, marked the, beginning of the post World War Two ideological faultlines at which shape American politics during. The Cold War the dueling testimonies of chambers to the house on American activities committee riveted the. Nation the relentless pursuit of his young congressman from California Richard Nixon a rockstar and his party before the were Rockstars days..

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"boutin" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"boutin" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"This is a Fox News. Alert a mass shooting in Toronto. At least one person is. Dead I'm an, charac Fox News Toronto police say fourteen people were shot in the. Greek town section of. The city one woman is dead a nine year. Old girl is in critical condition. The gunman also is dead Toronto mayor John Tory with a message for residents try to stay calm while the police do their job because we have. To figure out. What happened, here we don't know it's a it's a tragedy any, which way you look at it but try to remain calm and have confidence as I do in the chief of police in the. Men and women who serve him please, say it's too early to say if the shooting is terrorism Toronto councillor Paula Fletcher says she heard the gunman was disturbed witnesses, report twenty to thirty gunshots Toronto police deployed dozens of additional officers this weekend due. To a spike in gun violence Maria Boutin is accused of being a covert Russian agent, operating in, the US, her attorney rob Driscoll responding on FOX's America's news. Headquarters to if he thinks prosecutors are. Bias I would never accuse the. DOJ of that but what I. Think is hard to do you have to segregate Meritas case from other cases that are out there where he has nothing to do with the twelve. Russians indicted just. Nothing to, do with the Muller probe US prosecutors say Boutin infiltrated, organizations like the NRA before and after the election of President Trump a war of words between President Trump and Iranian president Hassan Rohani. President Ruhani's saying American must Americans must, understand well that peace with Iran is the mother of all peace and war with Iran is the mother of all wars President, Trump responding via Twitter never ever threaten the United States again or you will suffer. Consequences the likes of which few throughout history have ever suffered before Fox News fair and, balanced.

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"boutin" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"boutin" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"America's news headquarters saying his client Maria Boutin is being targeted unfairly I, don't think they do. Things in bad faith, if you ask me if Maria was from, another country with this be happening I'd say absolutely not I think the Russia. The Russia, overlay on this can't be ignored, but she is a separate person from all the rest of this Russia stuff and she. I firmly believe is not guilty which has been charged with an is simply a Russian national who's been in the US. Poteen is accused of being a covert Russian, agent operating in the US working to infiltrate organization such as the NRA before and after the. Election of President Trump. Toronto police have reporting nine people shot and the shooter dead, in the city's greektown in Fallon Nevada one person is dead another injured after, a shooting at a Mormon church police chief Kevin Gaiman After. The shooting he left the church on foot and returned to, his home Officers and sheriff's deputies surrounded the home while the hostage negotiator, called in authorities convincing the. Suspect to surrender police believe the shooting is targeted not directed at the church Alexandria Cossio. Cortez gained. National attention after upsetting incumbent Joe Crowley in the New York House Democratic primary she joined Senator. Bernie Sanders on CBS face the nation to, discuss what's important in her message this is about inspiring people to the polls giving them something to vote for creating hope for this nation and knowing that so long. As there are working class Americans who believe in a prosperous and just future we will have hope no matter how read the district Cossio Cortez is gaining momentum as, a democratic, socialist and working. To spread her. Message ahead of the midterm elections Fox News fair and balanced.

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Russia pushing for US release of suspected agent

ATN

02:05 min | 2 years ago

Russia pushing for US release of suspected agent

"Rain moving southeast across the tri-state it is sixty six degrees right now Avondale man was shot while working on his car Saturday afternoon Andro into the thirty six hundred block of fine street and Sean at someone else and ended up. Hitting the vehicle and the victim rather. In the leg and the hip he was taking a UC medical center, if you can help police find the shooter call crime stoppers at three five to thirty forty Moscow is pushing for the release, of a woman in US custody on. Charges of. Being a Russian agent Russia's foreign ministry says it Syrah gay Lavrov called for Maria Boutin ass-. Release in. A phone call to his counterpart secretary of state Mike Pompeo. The Kremlin believes that boot Tina was arrested on fabricated charges a federal judge ordered the twenty nine year old, woman jailed pending trial after prosecutors called, her a flight risk a tweet by the Russian foreign ministry, urged. Supporters to add a photo of Boutin to their Twitter avatar some reds of the past are honored this weekend at great American ballpark gave Bristol manage for the reds in the minors, from the late nineteen fifty s to the mid nineteen sixties and he. Managed the reds from nineteen sixty six to nineteen sixty nine he thanked those who played for him Real reason I'm here is a bunch of those guys sitting over with a red jacket on Fred Norman who started for the big red machine from nineteen, seventy three to nineteen Seventy-nine is glad he was on the same team. Look over there everybody knows red it It was just incredible be able to pitch whether instead of Gunston Adam Dunn whose ratio of one Homer for about every fourteen bats ranked number one in reds history. Says he could. Thank people all. Night I'm not going to do that we want. To watch baseball game tonight, so, I, appreciate everyone thank you for. Coming out and go get him Matt Reese News Radio seven hundred. Wwl w here's a reds update for the second night in a row the pirates, beat, the reds six two two was your final score they wrap up their series today and our..

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Missouri duck boat tragedy: 17 dead, others injured in 'mass casualty' incident

Ken Matthews

02:49 min | 2 years ago

Missouri duck boat tragedy: 17 dead, others injured in 'mass casualty' incident

"Compete. This is CBS news on the hour sponsored by Capital. One I'm Bill. Raikov President Trump has responded to news that his former lawyer and fixer Michael, Cohen taped phone call about paying off a woman who had claimed an affair with, him calling it possibly illegal CBS zero bar nets with the president in New, Jersey seeing that President Trump made this. Comment first thing this morning before, spending the data's Gulf Coast underscores how much it is on the top of his. Mind it certainly could expose him as vulnerable to possible campaign finance. Violations if in fact he worked with Michael, Cohen his personal lawyer and really his fixer for years to secure the silence of car McDougal's story ahead of the. Election the investigation is on into, Thursday sinking of that duck boat loaded with tourists in, Branson Missouri of the seventeen people who died nine of them were from the same family on member of that family Tia Coleman survived but she lost three of her children got really chopping big swells of water star coming. Into the boat then a really huge wave swept over and. When that wave. Swept over the last thing I heard my sister-in-law was grabbed the baby I'm, Jim Krasula Branson Missouri faces are suddenly long and drawn in this normally fun filled, popular tourist to tell it's been very somber in Branson census tragedy has happened, Brady gentry was among the many coming. By the duck boat office where, there's a growing makeshift memorial to those who died in Thursday night's accident Russia's calling. For the release of a woman accused here in the US of. Spying CBS's Tom Foty has that inner Senator, day morning phone conversation between Russia's top diplomat on his American counterpart Moscow says foreign minister Sergei Lavrov told secretary of. State Mike Pompeo at the charges, against Maria Boutin are fabricated and that she should be, released she was arrested this past week in Washington charged with being a Russian agent and she's being held without bail It is setting up to be an exciting final round Sunday at the British Open CBS's Steve Futterman. Reports from Carnoustie there is a three way tie at the top among three Americans defending champion Jordan. Spieth Kevin Kisner zander's but the man who is the, talk of the tournament right now is the man tied for sixth place Tiger Woods the. World's former number one golfer who hasn't won a major championship in a decade is four strokes behind the leaders Brazil's Indian foundation is releasing. Video of what it says, is an indigenous man who is his tribes sole survivor it's believed that that man's been living on his. Own for, twenty two years in the Brazilian forest foundation estimates the man's nearly sixty and in good health this.

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"boutin" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"boutin" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"I may be crazy You know. What that's probably true just. Might be a lunatic we're all. Looking for right now we're looking. For some news. Headlines here's John Stokes President Trump now says he told vitamin Putin at their summit the other. Day to stop it no more meddling in US elections, insensitive and happens again he'll hold Putin personally responsible because he's in charge of the country just like I consider myself to be responsible for things that. Happened in this country so certainly as the leader of a country you would have. To, hold him responsible yes There in an interview with CBS. News prosecutors are. Recusing Russian woman of using sex and deception to build international the connections as they say she worked as a covert agent for Russia they alleged, twenty nine year old Maria Boutin a- was likely in contact with Kremlin operatives, will living in DC she's pleaded not guilty. To, charges, of conspiracy and acting as an unregistered foreign agent for Russia she'd been ordered held until trial the prosecution. Says he's a flight risk Charlotte city officials heading to Austin for a meet and greet. Today with, members of the? Republican National Committee. Site selection group after that panel reportedly voted unanimously to recommend. The twenty twenty convention be held. In Charlotte city. Councilman Tariq Bakari among those heading to Austin today I feel a lot of happiness is going. To be an order on Friday but then that's the, end of the beginning we we we now turn our focus to two years of making sure that we balanced public safety and free speech Wednesday's vote. The first of two needed to lock the Queen city into hosting the event the. Second Effected by the full Republican. National Committee Friday morning Ford. Recalling some five, hundred fifty, thousand, cars, and, SUV's across North America to fix a gearshift. Problem that could cost the vehicles or rolled away unexpectedly the recall covering certain twenty thirteen through twenty. Sixteen fusion sedans and some twenty thirteen in. Two thousand fourteen escape small SUV's. Now with a check of WBZ traffic is Freddie hammer still have accidents remaining. On 85-southbound coming down toward lane street in between there one fifty two and China grove so. Watch for that also get some. Slow traffic on, north cannon boulevard on, the southbound side approaching Dale Earnhardt boulevard is folks avoid the interstate may find an accident in this intersection. It is backed. Up quite a bit other spots in Mecklenburg county right now providence it started still working on that and the uptown church between third and fourth, street there's an accident there and you're still a little bit slow on inbound, independence starting around Brier creek could be a..

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"boutin" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"boutin" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"No to answering questions the president and his administration are working very hard to make sure that right Russia is unable to meddle in our elections CBS news correspondent major Garrett there for the state of confusion second day in a row where. There was this gap created by the president in response to, this issue of, you past Russian meddling twenty sixteen or ongoing efforts to destabilize or influence or, infiltrate electioneering in. The midterms this year more Republican lawmakers are registering. Bewilderment at the continuing administration reversals Representative Ileana ROS Lebanon Trump continues to fight the truth and he should not fight with reality two. Senators one from each party will try to force, a vote tomorrow their resolution backs the US intelligence communities finding that Russia did intervene in, two thousand. Sixteen election, accused Russian agent. Mario Boutin will remain. In jail until her, trial your, CBS's Bill Rakoff a DC federal judge ordered Maria Boutin to remain behind bars until her trial that drew criticism from her attorney Robert Driscoll All she's been wherever. Criminal investigations or conduct for, months may not to flee nor has the government would just had under surveillance the entire time led the she has who Tina was arrested on Sunday accused of trying. To infiltrate political organizations in an effort to advance Russian interests, Bill Rakoff CBS, news Washington the Dow gained seventy nine points today the NASDAQ loses a fraction, ending his streak. Of record highs now this to experience relief from..

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"boutin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"boutin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Money on wine women and. Song I think I think you would? Not be betting on Komi and, now I don't think so but it, is a remarkable statement from James Comey in his public appearances and certainly in his sworn testimony before congress he has painted himself in this complete a nonpartisan way suggesting the politics. In no way invaded any of his operations at the FBI. Or motivated any of his actions since then, but my gosh how. Do you how do you suddenly, become such, a partisan advocate just months after leaving the agency Well, I would assume that he would tell you that he, feels liberated by no longer being an employee of the federal government and free to speak his mind and all that but. I think it's, pretty clear that, he makes this very partisan statement after a lot? Of his reputation is shot because Here's something I think that. That, Republicans and Democrats ought to ought to think about if you are a Republican and you believe that call me has completely fungal but say the Trump Russia investigation well you. Ought to be open to the idea that if you did that and maybe he bungled the Clinton Email investigation as well Yeah and here again if you're a democrat and you're angry at the. Way Comey handled the Clinton Email investigation maybe you ought to think well he he made several bad mistakes in the Trump Russia investigation so I do think. That that is what's been revealed about him in the past six months or so has cast doubt on both of these major politicized and investigations the last couple, of years so your hunch Byron. York, is that we're going to see a big democrat fundraiser featuring James Comey about as soon as we'll see one featuring Anthony Weiner Well we should point out they told me it's not in jail Oh that's true Yeah I. Think, you're right Let's turn to this. Really intriguing story about. This this alleged Russian spy we have to say alleged because. Nothing's, been proven in court MS Boutin Maria Boutin first of all to is Maria or one I and Maria I'm seeing a big thing I, think I think the way she. Would spell it, in the way if you're reading transliterated Russia and. It would be with. Two is but I just can't go there so I'm saying M. a.. R. i. a., classic spelling of Maria Maria Boutin apparently allegedly working on behalf of the Russian government ingratiated, her way into many events and in a way organizations here in Washington that were aligned with, the, Republican party and conservative, causes what do you make of this yeah. There's no, doubt about that and you know she if we learned a lot more this morning when the government filed papers in the she wants to be let, out of jail pending trial given bail and the government is saying no she's a. Flight risk no way she needs to stay behind bars so, they they filed a motion, to to support. That in one of the things you do if you're fighting over whether, you should. Or should not get bail is your your. Lawyers argue that. You're you have long standing. Ties with the community you're not going to run away anywhere and the the government in this case as saying forget about it there was, one person with whom she was. Having an affair And she had the affair specifically for the purpose of meeting other high ranking Republican political, types and she wants to get out of the affair she's complained about it but this is, clearly, a transactional thing she's, concerned and is there any allegation that she. In some, ways succeeded in gaining the trust of of prominent Republicans or people of the conservative movement or in some way exposed them in an embarrassing or even, a legal way well you know I don't I don't think we know first of. All she's not charged with a lot I mean she's charged, with being an unregistered foreign, agent which is. Not like a huge charge it seems to kind of thing We just get her, out of the country deport and make. Sure he's never comes back but It seems clear, that she was, trying to penetrate..

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"boutin" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"boutin" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"The person charged in this segment is a lady named maria boutin she's twenty nine and she is basically this red headed supposed gun rights activists who spent an awful lot of time since two thousand thirteen going to republican functions and ingratiating herself with pro gun rights people and then she was using those pro gun rights people to get politicians so she's want you to fix me up with congressman dana rohrabacher for example and somebody gun rights organization and say well this seems like a nice pro gun rights lady from russia i'll fix dana rohrabacher and then she'll go and try and create a back channel between those congress people and members of the russian government this is what the enzyme basically says so according to law and crime the w who the department of justice has charged for allegedly failing to properly register as a russian operative well in the united states apparently break several times she helped the campaign of president trump communicate with the russian government maria boutin twenty nine was charged saturday the complaint was not unsealed until monday july sixteenth tina's alleged bragging about the trump campaign connections was reported in february two thousand seventeen by the daily beast the original report is now getting renewed attention due to the criminal complaint the daily beast report says she was in business with republican actress paul erikson and previously worked with alexander torsion a member of vladimir putin's political party who wants served as a russian senator before becoming a leader of the central bank of russia so paul erickson it should be said is a very active member of sort of upper ranking republican circles now paul erickson hobnobs with a lot of prominent republicans i've met paul erikson at david horowitz freedom center event and always looking nice guy apparently he had formed some sort of company with this maria maria boutin ah but they're no alligators that he actually violated the loss the big question is whether people who are fixing up tina with action members of the american government knew she was a russian agent and whether the people in the american government knew she was russian agent and even if they did know she was a russian agent there's nothing wrong with the back channel so long as no actual illegal activity took place is there a bunch of holes that still have to be filled in the leftovers jumping to the conclusion that boutin is the gobetween between trump and the russian government at she is the nexus of all collusion those charges are not in this indictment so this is people jumping to conclusions and pretty significant way who tina reportedly brags about the trump campaign twice once during number twelve twenty sixteen birthday party said to have been attended by ericsson and trump campaign aides at a cafe near american university in washington dc she brazenly claimed she'd been part of the trump campaign's communication with russia to individuals who are present said according to the daily beast however doctors felt lana sovereign sky who's a professor at american university said that tina made the same claim in class the second time she bragged about the alleged connection supposedly she tried to broker meeting between trump and putin in twenty sixteen okay that doesn't necessarily mean election collusion that could've met for any reason now presidential candidates meet with lot of foreign powers that doesn't necessarily mean that they are colluding with those foreign powers to change the the effects of an election people are jumping to the most ridiculous conclusions about all of this my favorite is this political reporter today who tweeted out this morning a picture from the oval office a picture of president trump moving to shake hands with sergei lavrov who's the foreign minister of russia as well as ambassador ambassador sergei kislyak and then in the very very background there's a redhead there's a redhead in the background so this woman is kind of pretty redhead and emily singer who reports for mike tweeted out i thought this was a photoshop but it's not this is maria boutin arrested for being a russian spy in the oval office with trump a thousands and thousands and thousands of re tweets only one problem it's not that lady it was carry it was carrying luck kuenz from the national security council and then she deleted the tweet so you know it people jumping to conclusions trying to paint trump is russian collaborator when in reality trump is just an ego in egotist driven by that ego to say silly things from time to time and say danger things from time to time.

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"boutin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"boutin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Storms could work their way down into the valley this afternoon we, could see areas of blowing dust to it'll be, a. Muggy Tuesday with Phoenix reaching. A high of one zero five I'm. ABC thirteen meteorologist Irish there must be, at. Six thirty three it is eighty two degrees in Avondale Arizona Senator Jeff flake continues. To criticize President Trump following the president's meeting with. Vladimir Putin KTAR, Jeremy foster joins us live with the latest. Jamie flake says the president's performance in Helsinki was quote shameful he also told ABC's good Morning America today he wants. To know more about what was said between the two liter we ought to have the national security team at the White House come up. And talk to us from Capitol Hill about what happened there flake. Was then, asked if he'll withhold his. Support for supreme court nominee judge Brad Kavanagh until that happens the constitution gives, the president a lot of power with regard to foreign. Policy and we'd have to see if there is an objective Measurable that we can demand before using leverage. Like this like also said today he wants the Senate to pass, a resolution immediately stating its support for the intelligence, community. Live in the news center. Jeremy foster KTAR news the feds have. Charged a Russian woman with conspiracy to, act. As an unregistered Russian agent in the US ABC's Pierre Thomas says twenty nine year. Old Maria Boutin a- organiz dinners in Washington for. Politicians and the, NRA so she could report back to Moscow. What she overheard FBI alleges that Bettina came to the US under the direction of an unnamed Russian official identified by. Sources as Alexander torsion a former member of Russian parliament and one of Putin's closest allies under US law for nationals and others who are. Actively working to influence u. s. policy on behalf of another country. Must register, with the Justice department the. FBI allegation blunt patina used your time as a grad student as cover for, more nefarious activity and thirteen is attorney denies the charges Adding Bettina is not an agent of the Russian federation new this. Hour police in Houston have just captured the man suspected of going on a killing spree this week law enforcers and civilians alike we're looking for the gray Nissan that. Belong to the last, of three people who say Gilbert Rodriguez was accused of killing this morning that car was. Spotted and police attempted to, pull it over there. Was a chase that lasted about half an hour the suspect finally stopped the forty six year old Rodriguez he's in custody now, and will likely have, three murder charges added to a criminal history that dates back to..

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"boutin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"boutin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Boot Tina was arrested as being held without bond Maria Boutin entered the US on a visa. To study international relations an American, University but the FBI says she was actually, working for the Russian government authorities. Say she exploited personal connections court papers say she attended the national prayer breakfast arranged dinners between Russians and Americans, and, cozied up to officials at. The National Rifle Association Robert Driscoll a lawyer for Boutin a-, says the charges, overblown and she looks forward to clearing her name FBI agent search Boutin has apartment in April she. Was arrested Sunday. She's doing court later this, week for. A detention hearing. Carrie, Johnson, NPR news, Washington a federal judge. In California's temporarily halted the deportation of. Immigrant, families that, have been reunited after being separated by the Trump administration is NPR's Joel, rose explains the decision came today from the same judge ordered the government to reunite the. Families the government is working. To reunite roughly two thousand five hundred and fifty immigrant children with their parents by a. Court ordered deadline of July twenty, sixth what will happen to those families after reunification is. Unclear lawyers for the American Civil Liberties union which brought the lawsuit, say they're concerned. About rumors of mass deportations of families that have just been reunited in. Response judge Dana Subroto said. He would, order a temporary halt to deportations. For a week until lawyers for the government can respond to the ACLU motion the Trump administration. Says it has reunified all eligible children under the age of, five and it submitted a plan to reunify. Older children ahead. Of next week's deadline Joel. Rose NPR news subtle. Communications Commission chair Egypt aged pie is expressing what he says her, serious concerns, about, the proposed three point nine billion. Dollar acquisition of Tribune media company by conservative broadcasting giant Sinclair on Wall Street the Dow was up forty Four points this is NPR and this is WNYC in New York I'm Sean. Carlson the mother of Eric garner is urging the NYPD to fire the five officers involved in the chokehold death of the forty three year old. Black, man on Staten Island in a press conference at the national action network in Harlem Gwen Carr called on the Blasi ministration to act swiftly we don't want politics to play a part in this we just want. Justice for my son Eric police have refrained from launching disciplinary proceedings against the officers until the US department of Justice finished its own investigation the. NYPD said today it will move forward if the federal government fails to file civil, rights charges by September first the spokesman for the Justice department says it had. Already told, the NYPD, this spring they could, begin their probe tomorrow it will be the fourth anniversary of Garner's death the New York, City council ethics committee has opened an inquiry into a member of the council for allegedly. Violating role regarding disorderly behaviour Ethics chair. Steven Matteo announced at a committee meeting today he would. Not reveal the. Name of the member in order to protect employees who may come forward with future complaints committee takes any and all allegations of misconduct very seriously and we will share more details when is appropriate to do so the disorderly behaviour. Rule covers fraud misuse of property discrimination and harassment and. Other violations New Jersey's medical marijuana program could soon double. In size governor Phil Murphy announced today. That the state is accepting applications for six new dispensaries adding to the six that currently operate in New Jersey Murphy. Has dramatically expanded the, state's medical marijuana programs in sticking office six months ago officials say ten thousand new patients. Had, become eligible under the program since January bringing the state's total to twenty five thousand, the expansion comes as New Jersey. Considers legalizing recreational marijuana legislation has so far failed..

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"boutin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"boutin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Boutin a- was arrested and is being held without bond Maria Tina entered the US on a. Visa to study international relations an, American University but the FBI says she was, actually working for the Russian government. Authorities say she exploited personal connections court papers say she attended the national prayer breakfast arranged dinners between Russians and, Americans, and cozied up to officials. At the National Rifle Association Robert Driscoll a lawyer for boot, Tina says the, charges overblown and she looks forward to clearing her, name FBI agent search Boutin has apartment in. April she was. Arrested Sunday she's doing court, later this. Week for a. Detention, hearing, Carrie Johnson, NPR news Washington a. Federal judge in California's temporarily halted. The deportation of immigrant families that, have been reunited after being separated by the Trump administration is NPR's joel rose explains the decision came today from the same judge who ordered the government to reunite the families the government is working to reunite roughly two thousand five hundred and fifty immigrant children with their parents by a court order deadline of july twenty sixth what will happen to those families after reunification is unclear lawyers for the american civil liberties union which brought the lawsuit say they're concerned about rumors of mass deportations of families that have just been reunited in response judge dana subroto said he would order a temporary halt to deportations for a week until lawyers for the government can respond to the a._c._l._u.'s motion the trump administration says it has reunified all eligible children under the age of five and it submitted a plan to reunify older children ahead of next week's deadline joel rose n._p._r. news subtle communications commission chair egypt a._j. pie is expressing what he says her serious concerns about the proposed three point nine billion dollar acquisition of tribune media company by conservative broadcasting giant sinclair on wall street the dow was up forty Four points this is NPR An explosion of lava injured nearly two dozen people off the coast of Hawaii today as white public radio's Bill Dorman reports the lava tore, boat operating..

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