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"brad milkey" Discussed on podnews

podnews

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"brad milkey" Discussed on podnews

"Charter Bill say that we've just hit a total of seven hundred thousand available podcasts. The company monitors apple podcasts. Spotify Stitcher and other podcast apps. And an interesting fact, our average lifespan in hours, his also seven hundred thousand YouTube latest misstep is to allow unscrupulous people to upload maybe your podcast and fill them with advertising. We linked to an example from I show notes and our newsletter today podcast, Helen Saltzman, successfully removed one. But now YouTube has shared her name with a copyright infringer. Who's now hassling her Bravo YouTube the BBC's annual plan has been released. BBC sounds the corporations UK only audio app is marked as one of the four priorities over the next twelve months. It's been downloaded one point eight million times so far and has one million weekly users. They also plan to add more podcasts for younger audiences. More podcast compliments to TV shows and more from Scotland Northern Ireland and Wales, and you podcasting conference for women his being crowd funded on Kickstarter. She podcasts live will take place in Atlanta, Georgia in the US on October the eleventh to the thirteenth the show in Las Vegas in early. April has more podcasting presence than ever before speakers. Rob Greenlee has tweeted all the podcast sessions at the event, and we'll be there as well. And we'd like to meet if you are to podcast ho simple cast is unveiled a new podcast distribution and analysts platform, which includes clipping for social media granular analytics and one click distribution to multiple platforms. The company has also put support for pub sub hubbub life after our piece last week allowing podcast listeners on supported platforms to see new episodes as soon as they're published. The company has also raised five million US dollars in funding. If you do a daily news podcast every day. What do you? Learn ABC news is Brad milkey has posted a piece all about that's one lesson learned talk like a freaking person and Jacobs media has published. Their tech survey two thousand nineteen a survey of radio fans across North America. The speaker live show interviewed for Jacobs about it.

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The total number of available podcasts is now 700,000

podnews

02:19 min | 2 years ago

The total number of available podcasts is now 700,000

"Charter Bill say that we've just hit a total of seven hundred thousand available podcasts. The company monitors apple podcasts. Spotify Stitcher and other podcast apps. And an interesting fact, our average lifespan in hours, his also seven hundred thousand YouTube latest misstep is to allow unscrupulous people to upload maybe your podcast and fill them with advertising. We linked to an example from I show notes and our newsletter today podcast, Helen Saltzman, successfully removed one. But now YouTube has shared her name with a copyright infringer. Who's now hassling her Bravo YouTube the BBC's annual plan has been released. BBC sounds the corporations UK only audio app is marked as one of the four priorities over the next twelve months. It's been downloaded one point eight million times so far and has one million weekly users. They also plan to add more podcasts for younger audiences. More podcast compliments to TV shows and more from Scotland Northern Ireland and Wales, and you podcasting conference for women his being crowd funded on Kickstarter. She podcasts live will take place in Atlanta, Georgia in the US on October the eleventh to the thirteenth the show in Las Vegas in early. April has more podcasting presence than ever before speakers. Rob Greenlee has tweeted all the podcast sessions at the event, and we'll be there as well. And we'd like to meet if you are to podcast ho simple cast is unveiled a new podcast distribution and analysts platform, which includes clipping for social media granular analytics and one click distribution to multiple platforms. The company has also put support for pub sub hubbub life after our piece last week allowing podcast listeners on supported platforms to see new episodes as soon as they're published. The company has also raised five million US dollars in funding. If you do a daily news podcast every day. What do you? Learn ABC news is Brad milkey has posted a piece all about that's one lesson learned talk like a freaking person and Jacobs media has published. Their tech survey two thousand nineteen a survey of radio fans across North America. The speaker live show interviewed for Jacobs about it.

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"brad milkey" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"brad milkey" Discussed on KOMO

"Was one of the chief architects behind the opioid crisis. An expert manipulator who had infiltrated the police and his influence in power over subordinates was so complete one testified that he even underwent a number of plastic surgeries to fool authorities on his trail, another subordinate telling the court about a smuggling operation that. Five hundred million dollars of cocaine into L A inside cans of hollow paintings every year. Then there was the weeping mistress who testified that she had El Chapo fled naked from Mexican marines. Truly tunnel hidden beneath a bathtub. A story. She detailed in front of glamorous, young wife who dutifully sat in court every day of the trial. He's sprawling national drug empire. Extended diplo into every major American city, New York, Chicago Chicago crime commission, designated him as public enemy number one his smugglers aided by innovative techniques, invented by the drug Lord himself, drugs hidden on boats and cars, but perhaps most notably tunnels. We got access to some of those choppers. Infamous tunnels back in two thousand sixteen. Suffice it to say that whoever built this tunnel. Probably not there. I try some expertise and experience here. From above ground. Just an average looking home. Wow. At one point attorneys believed there were close to two hundred functioning tunnels along the US Mexico border. One thing seems clear a wall is no match for the Sinoloa cartel. Until the end El Chapo maintained his innocence his defense team only putting up one witness to the prosecution's fifty six the defense claiming he was the victim of an elaborate conspiracy. Now, sixty one notorious drug Lord has run out of his skates. He exchanged a thumbs up with his wife before being escorted out of the courtroom. This week Bill and Melinda gates released. Their annual letter outlining what they see as the major trends and solutions for the year ahead. Microsoft founder spoke to our Brad milkey on ABC news is daily podcast start here about taxing the wealth and gender inequality. The tech industry. It's kind of a weird.

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"brad milkey" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"brad milkey" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Architects behind the opioid crisis. An expert manipulator who had infiltrated the police and his influence and power over subordinates was so complete one testified that he even underwent a number of plastic surgeries to fool authorities on his trail, another subordinate telling the court about a smuggling operation. Brought five hundred million dollars of cocaine into L A inside cans of jalapenos every year. Then there was the weeping mistress who testified that she fled naked from next Mexican marines tunnel hidden beneath a bathtub story, she detailed in front of glamorous young wife who dutifully sat in court every day of the trial. He's sprawling national drug empire. Extended across the globe into every major American city. From Chicago Chicago crime commission designated him as public enemy number one smuggler's aided by innovative techniques, invented by the drug Lord himself drugs hitting on boats and cars, but perhaps most notably in tunnels. We got access to Somerville. Choppers. Infamous tunnels back in two thousand sixteen. Suffice it to say that whoever built this tunnel. Probably not there. I try first semester decent experience here. From above ground. Just an average looking home. Wow. At one point authorities believe there were close to two hundred functioning tunnels along the US Mexico border. One thing seems clear a wall is no match for the Sinoloa cartel. Until the end chapel maintained his innocence defense team only putting up one witness to the prosecution's fifty six the defense claiming he was the victim of an elaborate conspiracy. Now, sixty one notorious drug Lord has run out of his skates. The exchanged a thumbs up with his wife before being escorted out of the courtroom. This week Bill and Melinda gates released. Their annual letter outlining what they see as the major trends and solutions for the year ahead. Microsoft founder spoke to our Brad milkey on ABC news is daily podcast start here about taxing the wealthy and gender inequality. The tech industry. It's kind of a.

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"brad milkey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"brad milkey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Final rate leading to his capture and extradition a gun battle. El Chapo yearly slipping away through the sewer before being apprehended by Mexican authorities. How did the extradition play out? We were concerned. Hey, if he already escape from this prison, there's an opportunity for him to do it again, give them credit to the Mexican government. They realized they had to get him out of Mexico just how he managed to evade capture while amassing a fourteen billion dollar fortune running the world's largest drug smuggling ring laid bare over his lengthy trial a trial marked by unprecedented security. Jurors many of whom were scared for their lines El Chapo was one of the chief architects behind the opioid crisis. An expert manipulator who had infiltrated the police and his influence and power over subordinates was so complete one testified that he even underwent a number of plastic surgeries to fool authorities on his trail, another subordinate telling the court about a smuggling operation that. Five hundred million dollars of cocaine into L A inside cans of jalapenos every year. Then there was the weeping mistress who testified that she had El Chapo fled naked from Mexican marines. Truly tunnel hidden beneath a bathtub. A story. She detailed in front of glamorous, young wife who dutifully sat in court every day of the triumphs his national drug empire extended globally and into every major American city from Newark tissue Congo. The Chicago crime commission designated him as public enemy number one smuggler's aided by innovative techniques, invented by the drug Lord himself, drugs hidden on boats and cars, but perhaps most notably in tunnels. We got access to some of El Chapo infamous tunnels back in two thousand sixteen. Suffice it to say that whoever built this tunnel. Probably not I try some expertise and experience here. From above ground. Just an average looking home. Wow. At one point authorities believe there were close to two hundred functioning tunnels along the US Mexico border. One thing seems clear a wall is no match for the Sinoloa cartel. Until the end El Chapo maintained his innocence his defense team only putting up one witness to the prosecution's fifty six the defense claiming he was the victim of an elaborate conspiracy. Now, sixty one notorious drug Lord has run out of his skates. He exchanged a thumbs up with his wife before being escorted out of the courtroom. This week Bill and Melinda gates released. Their annual letter outlining what they see as the major trends and solutions for the year ahead. Microsoft founder spoke to our Brad milkey on ABC news is daily podcast start here about taxing the wealthy and gender inequality. The tech industry. It's.

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"brad milkey" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"brad milkey" Discussed on KOMO

"His trail another subordinate telling the court about a smuggling operation that brought five hundred million dollars of cocaine into L A inside cans of jalapenos every year. Then there was the weeping mistress who testified that she. She fled naked from Mexican marines. Truly tunnel hidden beneath a bathtub story, she detailed in front of glamorous young wife who dutifully sat in court every day of the trial. National drug empire extended diplo and into every major American city from Newark, Chicago, Chicago crime commission, designated him as public enemy number one smuggler's aided by innovative techniques, invented by the drug Lord himself drugs hitting on boats and cars, but perhaps most notably in tunnels. We got access to civil choppers infamous tunnels back in two thousand sixteen. Suffice it to say that whoever built this tunnel. Probably not to I try some expertise and experience here. From above ground. Just average looking home. Wow. At one point authorities believe there were close to two hundred functioning tunnels along the US Mexico border. One thing seems clear a wall is no match for the Sinoloa cartel. Until the end L chapel maintained his innocence. His defense team only putting up one witness to the prosecution's fifty six the defense claiming he was the victim of an elaborate conspiracy. Now, sixty one notorious drug Lord has run out of his skates. He exchanged a thumbs up with his wife before being escorted out of the courtroom. This week Bill and Melinda gates released. Their annual letter outlining what they see as the major trends and solutions for the year ahead. Microsoft founder spoke to our Brad milkey on ABC news is daily podcast start here about taxing the wealthy and gender inequality. The tech industry. It's kind of a weird.

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"brad milkey" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"brad milkey" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Inside the house chamber with ABC's Brad milkey. What was the vibe in the room bread cameras? Right. Aaron there were several moments were Democrats. I think were surprised themselves out positive. They felt that some of these practically advance party of those women in white would the president. I. Gradually within on taking the share of jobs in this country that they have what of one of the female lawmakers jumped up basically said that's us. We're Selva them. The attitude only got four cupola from there. As he talked about the gains. They hit made his party's expense in the midterms. But Eric, let's not get ahead of ourselves. The Democrats still just bolted out of the room. Just now President Trump is shaking hands as he goes up the aisle with Republicans that want to congratulate give Democrats who were very disciplined under Nancy Pelosi all left just as they did last year after this was done, this many bipartisan standing ovations there were I think a lot of them are thinking, this was a good speech. But we'll see if it hit us, it sort of bipartisan the moment, this president leaves this chambers. ABC's Brad milkey with us live from the house chamber is President Trump recesses from the podium and shakes hands with many Republican lawmakers who staked out seats on the isle. Let's delve into this speech a little bit ABC's political analyst of Steve Roberts thanksgiving. We'll look I thought there were moments when he hit some high points that will resonate with voters. I think the strongest part of speech was extolling the economic. Progress during his presidency. He has a very strong a story to tell about jobs being created inflation being under control. And that I thought was the strongest part of the speech, but I do think that when he at the end when he said, we shouldn't be defined by our differences, the blunt truth is that in other parts of the speech. He did define the country bites differences, his long and familiar attack on illegal immigration than the lengthy description of the crimes and the economic impact of these immigrants was.

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"brad milkey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"brad milkey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Tried to put forward a bipartisan list of proposals. Now, the question will be does the Democratic Congress take any of that and run with it? Trying to meet him is somewhere near halfway ABC's. Karen Travers, our White House correspondent, let's get back inside the house chamber with ABC's Brad milkey. What was the vibe in the room breads Cameron's, right? Erin that there were several moments where Democrats I think were surprised themselves out positive. They felt about some of these it was practically a dance party among those women in white with the president. I. Gradually within on taking the share of jobs in this country that they have one of one of the female lawmakers jumped up basically said that's us. We're some of them. The attitude only got four x. Grouplet from there is he talked about the gains. They had made it his party's expense in the midterms. But Erin, let's not get ahead of ourselves. The Democrats still just bolted out of the group. Just now President Trump is shaking hands as he goes up the aisle with Republicans that want to congratulate him Democrats who were very disciplined under Nancy Pelosi all left just as they did last year moments after this was done, this many bipartisan standing ovations there were I think a lot of the more thinking, this was a good speech. But we'll see if it. Continues in this sort of bipartisan the moment. This president leads this chambers. ABC's Brad milkey with us live from the house chamber is President Trump recesses from the podium and shakes hands with many Republican lawmakers who staked out seats on the isle let's delve into speech a little bit ABC's political analyst Steve Roberts. Would you think? Steve. Well, look, I thought there were moments when he hit some high points that will resonate with voters. I think the strongest part of his speech was extolling the economic progress during his presidency, he has very strong a story to tell about jobs being created inflation being under control. And that I thought was the strongest part of the speech, but I do think that when he at the end when he said, we shouldn't be defined by our differences, the blunt truth is that in other parts of the speech. He did define the country by its differences is long and familiar attack on illegal immigration, and the and the lengthy description of the.

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"brad milkey" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"brad milkey" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Buying from the House, Democrats and house speaker Nancy Pelosi, who of course, he has been locked in this fierce battles since she took over as speaker. The White House says the president Aaron will issue a call for bipartisanship, but this is a very different room and last year speaking to that House Democratic majority that very vivid display the women wearing white suits making it clear who the president is looking at out there. This is not a campaign rally. This is not speaking to a Republican controlled Senate and house. It's very different in the vibe is going to be different from him. It will be very interesting to see how he plays off of that. We know how much he feeds off of the energy at a campaign rally. He'll have some energy. He'll have some cheers and applause from the Republicans in the room, but you can expect the Stony silence from the Democrats might drown that out thing. The look for tonight. Erin is what does the president do right out of the gate when it comes to speaker Pelosi? Right over his left shoulder wearing all white like, so many other democratic women. Does he acknowledge her? Does he graduate her two thousand seven George W Bush when he was president when Nancy Pelosi took over? Paul from the house sergeant at arms of Madam speaker. A change from the last few years. Introducing President Trump who has just entered the house chamber shaking hands with lawmakers who stakeout seats on the I L as he makes his way towards the front of the room. ABC's Brad milkey is in the chamber with us live, Brad. Proud of Republicans waiting shake the president's hand goes three four five lawmakers Steve on the isle right now people who've been waiting there for quite a while even some Democrats to on the left side of the aisle waiting to shake the president's hand. He's coming through right now. Erin dressed in a dark suit red tie. And he's waving right now at his wife the first lady. In her box right now, she just held up at hand to say Hello, and you can feel the difference in see the difference in the room. Aaron this president over the last couple of years has been used to seeing a room that has majority Republican this year. There are several more Democrats, in fact, even when you think about last year. Eight Republicans book there were fourteen Democrats boycotting this speech, Aaron a lot of those Democrats have returned as they've become emboldened as they become more tenacious. And it makes you think if the president continues to look their way and speak directly to them and challenged as he did last year. Is there a chance that one of them's going to get frustrated and call out you lie ABC's.

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"brad milkey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"brad milkey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In the room, but you can expect the Stony silence from the Democrats might drown that out. Thing the look for tonight. Aaron if what does the president do right out of the gate when it comes to speaker Pelosi. She's right over his left shoulder wearing all white white. So many other democratic women does he acknowledge her does he graduate her two thousand seven George W Bush when he was president when Nancy Pelosi took. Paul from the house sergeant at arms of Madam speaker. A chain from the last few years. Introducing President Trump who has just entered the house chamber shaking hands with lawmakers who stakeout seats on the I L as he makes his way towards the front of the room. ABC's Brad milkey is in the chamber and with us live. Breath. Proud of Republicans waiting shake the president's hand goes three four five lawmakers Steve on the isle right now people who've been waiting there for quite awhile. Even some Democrats to on the left side of the aisle waiting to shake the president's hand. He's coming for right now. Erin dressed in a dark suit a red tie. And he's waving right now at his wife the first lady in her box right now, she just held up at loved hand to say Hello, and you can feel sort of the difference in see the difference in the room. Aaron this president over the last couple of years has been used to seeing a room that is majority Republican this year there there are several more Democrats, even when you think about the last year, there were more Republicans book beat there were fourteen Democrats boycotting this speech, Aaron a lot of those Democrats have returned as they've become emboldened as they become more to Macy's. And it makes you think if the president continues to look their way and speak directly to the challenge. As he did last year. Is there a chance that one of them's going to get frustrated and call out you live? Brad.

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"brad milkey" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"brad milkey" Discussed on KOMO

"Our propel insurance money update. Apple is shutting down the group. Face time feature on iphones after users noticed a bug that raises some serious privacy concerns. He hasn't even touched a screen ABC's. Brad milkey tried out the feature with producer David Ryan just ringing on his desk. And yet I'm still hearing him and whatever is going on around his microphone the group. Facetime feature had let callers listen in on conversations. Even if the other person didn't pick up apple moved quickly to shutdown group FaceTime after the nine to five MAC pointed it out the discovery by the way coming on data privacy day, something apple CEO. Tim cook was tweeting about on Monday. Sherry preston. ABC news someday in the future. Visas says it can envision the first cashless Super Bowl the comment came. Visa's sponsorship renewal with the NFL through the twenty two thousand five season won't be this year. Although fifty percent of concession stands. That are available for making purchases for Sunday's game. Between the Rams and patriots will be cashless the NFL likes the idea of no cash for another reason security, and if you're going to the Super Bowl you're gonna end up cashless weekend considering the prices for things Don MacDonald checks in with us from vestry. Let's see how the stock market's doing this morning. Well, it's gonna leave a few people cashless this morning, if it wasn't for big increases in the United Technologies and Caterpillar stocks. I'd be reporting lower stock prices across the board yet those two stocks alone or keeping thirty stock. Dow in positive territory up seventeen and a half points at twenty four five forty five the S and P five hundred down eight and a half at twenty six thirty five total market index down eight the NASDAQ composite getting hit hard. It's down sixty points at seventy twenty six and interest rates have fallen this morning with the ten year treasury note, yielding two point seven two percent. Thank you for the update. Don, MacDonald hosts komo's talking real money safe. Saturdays at noon, and we'll check traffic and weather for you. Coming up next. Komo news time, eight twenty two one.

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"brad milkey" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"brad milkey" Discussed on KOMO

"Sherry Preston. Democrats taking control of the one hundred sixteenth congress on Thursday with Nancy Pelosi reclaiming, the gavel is speaker of the house. She was the first woman speaker making history for a second time this week alongside a record. Number of women added to a new class of diverse lawmakers ABC's Cokie Roberts is covered. Washington for years and says she's never seen anything like this. She sat down to talk about it. With the host of the ABC. News daily podcasts start here. ABC's Brad milkey owner bring in someone who knows something about congressional classes. She has seen a bunch of them. Cokie Roberts is ABC's political analyst and Sochi when you looked at that congressional floor. What did you see? I'm believable, Brad. I'm absolutely for so much of my life. I have looked down on the floor of the congress from the gallery above and seeing gray suits or sometimes navy suits. And these, you know, just occasional moments of color of a woman here there in a bra. Right readdress, and and. The opening day of this one hundred sixteenth. Congress was completely different. It was lots of color, particularly on the democratic side. Of course, can we talk about the significance because you know, Nancy Pelosi takes the gal she's there with all those grandchildren at one point. She was talking about your mother to the New York Times this week. But she's always been very gracious about that she had grown up in Baltimore in a political family and impact our families had lived fairly close to get gather. When her father was briefly in congress, and she went to my mother as a mentor and said, oh my goodness. They've given me the chairmanships the party. They're to be this. They've give me that I feel like I just should shed some of these these honors and my mother looked and said, no man on earth would say such a thing. And to go away a little bit of power give away a little bit of parents. She said, no, thy power and Nancy Pelosi took that to hide and she certainly does know her. Power, and she is a very powerful person. But also a really strategic person she knows how to manage legislation. She knows how to deal with warring factions both in her own party and across the aisle. She really did learn the lessons both of her own political family and my own political family. Well, and so as we look forward, then you know, we had all these firsts right? We had the most women the house in history we had the most racially diverse crew history, the female Muslims, what is going to be the actual effective that though like wh what does it actually matter what you will find with the women, for instance, who were the new Muslim women and the native American women my mom's.

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"brad milkey" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"brad milkey" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Democrats taking control of the one hundred sixteenth congress on Thursday with Nancy Pelosi reclaiming, the gavel is speaker of the house. She was the first woman speaker making history for a second time this week alongside a record. Number of women added to a new class of diverse lawmakers ABC's Cokie Roberts is covered. Washington for years and says she's never seen anything like this. She sat down to talk about it. With the host of the ABC. News daily podcasts start here. ABC's Brad milkey owner bring in someone who knows something about congressional classes. She has seen a bunch of them. Cokie Roberts is ABC's political analyst and Sochi when you looked at that congressional floor. What did you see? I'm believable Brad -absolutely for so much of my life. I have looked down on the floor of the congress from the gallery above and seeing gray suits, sometimes navy suits. And and, you know, just occasional moments of color of a woman here, they're in a bright red dress. And and the opening day of this hundred sixteenth. Congress was completely different. It was lots of color, particularly on the democratic side. Of course, can we talk about the significance because you know, Nancy Pelosi takes the gal she's there with all those grandchildren. Right. He was talking about your mother to the New York Times this week. But she's always been very gracious about that she had grown up in Baltimore was in a political family and impact our families had lived fairly close to gather. When her father was briefly in congress, and she went to my mother as a mentor and said, oh my goodness. They've given me the chairmanships the party that good me. This give me that. I feel like I should shed some of these these honors and my mother looked and said, no man on earth would say such a thing and a little bit of power giveaway. A little bit of parents. She said, no, thy power and Nancy Pelosi took that to heart, and she certainly does know her power, and she is a very powerful person. But also a really strategic person she knows how to manage legislation. She knows how to deal with wiring factor factions both. In her own party and across the aisle. She really did learn the lessons both of her own political family and my own family. And so as we look forward, then you know, we had all these firsts right? We had the most women the house in history, we had the most racially diverse crew in history, the female, Muslim, what is going to be the actual affected that though like what does it actually matter what you will find with the women, for instance, who are the new Muslim women and the native American.

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"brad milkey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"brad milkey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Democrats taking control of the one hundred sixteenth congress on Thursday with Nancy Pelosi reclaiming, the gavel is speaker of the house. She was the first woman speaker making history for a second time this week alongside a record. Number of women added to a new class of diverse lawmakers ABC's Cokie Roberts is covered. Washington for years and says she's never seen anything like this. She sat down to talk about it. With the host of the ABC news daily podcast start here. ABC's Brad milkey owner bring in someone who knows something about congressional classes. She has seen a bunch of them. Cokie Roberts is ABC's political analyst and Sochi when you looked at that congressional floor. What did you see? I'm believable, Brad. I'm absolutely for so much of my life. I have looked down on the floor of the congress from the gallery above and seeing gray suits or sometimes navy suits. And and, you know, just occasional moments of color of a woman here. They're in a bright red dress. And and the opening day of this one hundred sixteenth congress was completely different. It was lots of color, particularly on the democratic side. Of course, we talk about the significance because you know, Nancy Pelosi takes the gal she's there with all those grandchildren at one point. She was talking about your mother to the New York Times this week. But she's always been very gracious about that she had grown up in Baltimore with in a political family and impact our families had lived fairly close to gather. When her father was briefly in congress, and she went to my mother as a mentor and said, oh my goodness. They've given me the chairmanships the party. They've given me this that give me that I feel like I should share some of these these honors. And my mother looked and said, no man on earth would say such a thing and get away a little bit of power give away a little bit of parents. She said, no, thy power and Nancy Pelosi took that to hide, and she certainly does know her power, and she is a very powerful person. But also a really strategic person she knows how to manage legislation. She knows how to deal with warring factions both in her own. Party and across the aisle. She really did learn the lessons both of her own political family and my own blood family. Well, and so as we look forward, then we had all these firsts, right? We had the most women the house in history, we had the most racially diverse crew in history, the female, Muslim, what is going to be the actual affected that though like wh what does it actually matter what you will find with the women, for instance, who were the new Muslim women and the native American women, my.

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"brad milkey" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"brad milkey" Discussed on KOMO

"ABC's Brad milkey owner bring in someone who knows something about congressional classes. She has seen a bunch of them. Cokie Roberts is ABC's political analyst and Sochi when you looked at that congressional floor. What did you see? I'm believable, Brad. I'm absolutely for so much of my life. I have looked down on the floor of the congress from the gallery above and seeing gray suits or sometimes navy suits. And this just a case. Moments of color of a woman here, they're in a bright red dress. And and the opening day of this one hundred sixteenth congress was completely different. It was lots of color, particularly on the democratic side. Of course, can we talk about the significance because you know, Nancy Pelosi takes the gal she's there with all those grandchildren at one point. He was talking about your mother to the New York Times this week. But she's always been very gracious about that she had grown up in Baltimore with in a political family. And in fact, our families had lived fairly close to gather. When her father was briefly in congress, and she went to my mother as a mentor and said, oh my goodness. They've given me the chairmanships the party. They're going to be this that give me that I feel like I should shed some of these these honors and my mother looked at her and said, no man on earth would say such a thing. And to go away a little bit of power give away a little bit of parents. She said, no, thy power and Nancy Pelosi took that to hide, and she certainly does know her power, and she is a very powerful person. But also a really strategic person she knows how to manage legislation. She knows how to deal with worrying factor factions both in her own party and across the aisle. She really did learn the lessons both of her own political family and my own political family. Well, and so as we look forward, then we had all these firsts, right? We had the most women the house in history, we had the most racially diverse crew in history, the female, Muslim, what is going to be the actual effective that though like wh what does it actually matter what you will find with the women, for instance, who were the new Muslim women and the native American women, my.

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"brad milkey" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"brad milkey" Discussed on KOMO

"Added to a new class of diverse lawmakers ABC's Cokie Roberts has covered Washington for years and says she's never seen anything like this. She sat down to talk about it. With the host of the ABC. News daily podcasts start here. ABC's Brad milkey owner bring in someone who knows something about congressional classes. She has seen a bunch of them. Cokie Roberts is ABC's political analyst and Sochi when you looked at that congressional floor. What did you see? I'm believable, Brad. I'm absolutely for so much of my life. I have looked down on the floor of the congress from the gallery above and seeing gray suits or sometimes navy suits. And you just a cage. Moments of color of a woman here, they're in a bright red dress. And and the opening day of this one hundred sixteenth congress was completely different. It was lots of color, particularly on the democratic side. Of course, we talk about the significance because you know, Nancy Pelosi takes the gal she's there with all those grandchildren at one point. He was talking about your mother to the New York Times this week. But she's always been very gracious about that she had grown up in Baltimore with in a political family. And in fact, our families should live fairly close to gather. When her father was briefly in congress, and she went to my mother as a mentor and said, oh my goodness. They've given me the chairmanships the party. They're going to be this that give me that I feel like I just should shed some of these these honors and my mother looked at her and said, no man on earth would say such a thing. And to go away a little bit of power give away a little bit of parents. She said, no, thy power and Nancy Pelosi took that to hide, and she certainly does know her power, and she is a very powerful person. But also a really strategic person she knows how to manage legislation. She knows how to deal with wiring factor factions both in Harare. Party and across the aisle. She really did learn the lessons both of her own political family and my own political family. And so as we look forward, then know we had all these firsts, right? We had the most women the house in history we had the most racially diverse crew in history. Female Muslim, what is going to be the actual affected that though what does it actually matter what you will find with the women, for instance, who the new Muslim women and the native American women, my mom's.

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"brad milkey" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"brad milkey" Discussed on KOMO

"Here. ABC's Brad milkey owner bring in someone who knows something about congressional classes. She has seen a bunch of them. Cokie Roberts is ABC's political analyst and Sochi when you looked at that congressional floor. What did you see? I'm believable, Brad. I'm absolutely for so much of my life. I have looked down on the floor of the congress from the gallery above and seeing gray suits or sometimes navy, suits and the. You know, just occasional moments of color of a woman here, they're in a bright red dress. And and the opening day of this one hundred sixteenth congress was completely different. It was lots of color, particularly on the democratic side. Of course, can we talk about the significance because you know, Nancy Pelosi takes the gal she's there with all those grandchildren at one with all the. She was talking about your mother to the New York Times this week. But she's always been very gracious about that she had grown up in Baltimore with in a political family and impact our families had live fairly close together. When her father was briefly in congress, and she went to my mother as a mentor and said, oh my goodness. They've given me the chairmanships the party. They're going to be this. They've given me that I feel like I should shed some of these these honors and my mother looked and said, no man on earth would say such a thing and to give away a little bit of power give away a little bit of parents. She said, no, thy power and Nancy Pelosi took that to heart. And she certainly does know her parents, and she is a very powerful person. But also a really strategic person she knows how to manage legislation. She knows how to deal with wiring factor factions both in her own party and. Across the aisle. She really did learn the lessons both of her own political family and my own political family. And so as we look forward, then you know, we had all these firsts right? We had the most women the house in history we had the most racially diverse crew in history. Female Muslim, what is going to be the actual affected that though what does it actually matter what you will find with the women, for instance, who were the new Muslim women and the native American women. My mom's.

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"brad milkey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"brad milkey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Sherry Preston. Democrats taking control of the one hundred sixteenth congress on Thursday with Nancy Pelosi reclaiming, the Gabala is speaker of the house. She was the first woman speaker making history for a second time this week alongside a record. Number of women added to a new class of diverse lawmakers ABC's Cokie Roberts is covered. Washington for years and says she's never seen anything like this. She sat down to talk about it. With the host of the ABC news daily podcast start here. ABC's Brad milkey owner bring in someone who knows something about congressional classes. She has seen a bunch of them. Cokie Roberts is ABC's political analyst and Sochi when you looked at that congressional floor. What did you see? I'm believable, Brad. I'm absolutely for so much of my life. I have looked down on the floor of the congress from the gallery above and seeing gray suits or sometimes navy suits. And and these, you know, just occasional moments of color of a woman here. They're in a bright red dress. And and the opening day of this one hundred sixteenth congress was completely different. It was lots of color, particularly on the democratic side. Of course, can we talk about the significance because you know, Nancy Pelosi takes the gal she's there with all those grandchildren. Photo op with all the she was talking about your mother to the New York Times this week. But she's always been very gracious about that she had grown up in Baltimore was in a political family and impact our families live fairly close to gather. When her father was briefly in congress, and she went to my mother as a mentor and said, oh my goodness. They've given me the chairmanships the party that give me this give me that I feel like I should shed some of these these honors and my mother looked at her and said, no man on earth would say such a thing and to give away a little bit of power give away a little bit of parents. She said, no, thy power and Nancy Pelosi took that to hide, and she certainly does know her power, and she is a very powerful person. But also a really strategic person she knows how to manage legislation. She knows how to deal with worrying factor factions both. In her own party and across the aisle. She really did learn the lessons both of her own political family and my own family. Well, and so as we look forward, then we had all these firsts, right? We had the most women the house in history we had the most racially diverse crew in history. Female Muslim, what is going to be the actual affected that though like wh what does it actually matter what you will find with the women, for instance, who were the new Muslim women and the native American women, my.

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US Treasury sanctions 2 Singapore firms for North Korea dealings

World News This Week

01:11 min | 3 years ago

US Treasury sanctions 2 Singapore firms for North Korea dealings

"Message of conservation on this lush island Togo. And on the Sunday. The of environmental changes because they directly offense on his coming up. Down to the floor. Hear about the hero wife. Who's now? Also, a hero mom when world news. This week continues. You see headlines across your screen all day, but you're busy. What do you need to know? What's actually shaping woulld? I'm Brad milkey from ABC news and every morning we start here. It was extraordinarily for us watching here in Singapore. ABC's new daily podcast a handful of stories just twenty minutes director Comey. Thanks for being with us. Newsmakers smart reporting taking you straight to the heart of the story starting here. Listen for free on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast app. This week. We heard the amazing story of Minnesota couple Ashley and Andrew go. At hearing your loved one struggle to breathe is scary for any spouse. But actually was thirty nine weeks pregnant Andrew survive your deal, thanks to Ashley's quick actions. ABC's? Michelle Franzen explains Ashley go at thought. Her husband Andrew snoring woke her up. But she soon realized he was gasping for air. She called nine one one immediately. But at thirty nine weeks pregnant, the dispatcher carefully talked Ashley through performing CPR the floor.

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Restaurant serves American comfort food and 'barbecue diplomacy' in Mexico City

Start Here

05:01 min | 3 years ago

Restaurant serves American comfort food and 'barbecue diplomacy' in Mexico City

"It's August, which means young people across the country are getting ready to go to college. Maybe take some classes. Join a club may be a fraternity happened to be that was not an accident. What happened to Tim Piazza was an inevitability but in Pennsylvania, several current and former students are facing charges in the hazing death of nineteen year old pledge, Tim Piazza at Penn State. Last spring, falling headfirst down the stairs of the beta Theta pi fraternity house during alleged alcohol, fueled hazing, ritual people waited twelve hours before calling. Nine one one prosecutors say that fraternity brothers waited to get beyond the help in an attempt to cover up their drinking and coordinate a story twenty-six. People were accused only one has pleaded guilty. That was twenty one year old, Ryan Burke. He admitted to four counts of hazing, five counts involving alcohol. And yesterday a judge decided Burke deserved, no jail time. ABC's GIO. Benitez has been covering this case. He's here with me. Now geo your team talked to the parents of the victim. How are they taking this? Well, right now the father says, he's numb. I think it's really the first step in in in getting Justice for the killing over son, and he sort of trying to process everything the mother saying, you know what? That she really feels that this could be a deterrent to other people. That's really what it needs to be. Future fraternity members, organization members, they, they need to know that there will be consequences if you haze serious consequences. She really thinks that even though there's no jail time involved here, you're talking about a kid who has to spend three months under house. Arrest has to pay three thousand dollars in fines has to spend twenty seven months on probation, a hundred hours community service and no doubt this is going to be on his record. And so does it send a message though? Because I mean, a kid is dead because of hazing that's not in dispute, right that that's a fact and yet no jail time. Like what was the decision for the judge here will in this case we're talking about a misdemeanor. That's what hazing is a misdemeanor in this case. And that's why the judge decided not to sentence him to any jail time, but the prosecutors were looking because someone died because Tim Piazza is not on this earth anymore. They wanted to get him for ninety days in jail. And this is not the only person being prosecuted for this. There are dozens of people allegedly involved in this incident. So this sentence, what does it mean for these other students? Yes. So we have now twenty five other former frat members who are also accused in this and now some legal experts. Wonder if these other young men will plead guilty to because they see, wait a minute. We're not gonna get any jail time, and this does set precedent. And all this happening is freshman get ready for their first day of college and their first day of pledge week. Thank you. Thank you. And one last thing too many Texans Mexican food is comfort food. You grow up with it, the eat it all the time. It's part of the culture will in Mexico City. There's a restaurant serving comfort food to people who feel American. The food is barbecue, and some of those people were deported I knew since I got here that there was no barbecue in Mexico City. That's Dan to foster on the corner of pinch Gringo barbecue. He's originally from the US but walk around his restaurant and you'll meet guys like who go Hernandez. When I got the port, the I came back from Mexico City and the I was looking for a for a place to work Hernandez, came to the US illegally and lived here for about a decade. A one night. He was arrested for DUI and was sent back to Mexico. I was lust. I had no hopes that nothing to to hold onto, and he didn't know one thing he knew barbecue food Pernet is is now the kitchen manager and slowly Fosse found out a lot of his best staffers were deportees. They understand more what we do. And they have a home that they feel familiar and a month and a half ago. He says he interviewed a guy who'd been in the US thirty years with the family and got sent to Mexico after running a red light. When I was hearing this story, I got emotional. I started crying and he says, in a time of tension between the countries what we've done in the last four and a half years is position ourselves as the Cultural Representative for the United States here in the city, but is brisket isn't just barbecue diplomacy for growing group in Mexico. It's a slice of home. Paul. Now I'm hungry, not cool guys. Hey, remember if you're listening and you're liking this, leave us a rating and review on apple podcast. Our social media accounts are very much real Twitter, Facebook, Instagram at start here. ABC I keep up speed throughout the day on ABC news dot com or the news app. I'm Brad milkey. See tomorrow. Are you hiring join the over three million businesses that use indeed dot com for hiring post your next job opening on the world's number one job site indeed, dot com.

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First guilty plea entered in Penn State fraternity death

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:42 min | 3 years ago

First guilty plea entered in Penn State fraternity death

"Who fell down the stairs at a frat party this is speed national headlines those students waiting twelve hours before calling for help there's a headline this breaking late today the surprise the deadly plane crash across the road into the woods shortly after takeoff we have news on this front as well for news ahead tonight brought to you by indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring where business owners and hr professionals can post job openings with screener questions than sort review and communicate with candidates from an online dashboard learn more at indeed dot com slash higher there's a lot coming at you right now turmoil tweets an insane amount of chatter i'm brad milkey with abc news and i'm here to throw a lifeline it's a new podcast called start here where are experts give you on the ground access to the biggest stories of the day we're going to give you some context some clarity among the chaos twenty minutes every weekday subscribe now on apple podcast over ever you get your podcasts and start here deter next tonight to the headline late today involving that case making national headlines for months now the alleged fraternity hazing death at penn state the student who fell down the stairs fellow students waiting for hours before calling for help tonight a guilty plea from one of those students here's abc's gio benitez tonight one of the twenty six students charged in the hazing death of nineteen year old tim piazza taking responsibility and pleading guilty to nine charges including four counts of hazing twenty one year old ryan burke and his attorney speaking with the centre daily times.

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There are now more job openings in the US than workers to fill them

Start Here

06:06 min | 3 years ago

There are now more job openings in the US than workers to fill them

"Much. And let's come home for a second. Because while North Korea will have profound implications for national security for geopolitics, there are issues that might feel a little more pressing jobs, jobs, jobs, President Trump, said jobs would be his chief concern and that he'd institute massive tax cuts and sweeping immigration reforms to get them will last week, the Labor Department announced just how good the job market has become over the last ten years. For the first time, there are more job openings in this country than there are jobless Americans to fill them as in. You want a job. You got one, if and it's a big if you match up with the jobs that are out there. So as students leave school and has other Americans try to better their lives. The question is, what is the future of the job market in this country, Rebecca Jarvis ABC's chief business and economics correspondent Rebecca. What does this number tell us? We'll six point seven million job openings. This is a massive number of opportunities. What you have to think about when you look behind that number is where are the opportunities? Some of it is location based the midwest in the west or some of the strongest places for job openings. And the other component is which jobs, professional jobs, architecture jobs, engineers, trucking, there is a massive demand in the United States for truckers right now. I, I spoke to a woman last week who runs a trucking company in Minnesota. She hiked wages, fifteen percent this year and still can't find enough drivers to take these jobs which pay in the range of eighty thousand dollars a year. So so the question for young people who say, leaving college remained, what field are you actually trying to get in because that might not match up with where the market set? Yes in well, right now, if you look at the jobs report, the latest jobs report, it showed job creation in really across the board manufacturing construction, retail food, service, health care. One of the issues for young people in particular, if you're. Graduating and looking for a job a summer job. For example, one of the issues is that people are working until they're older, and they're also retirees who are coming back into the jobs market taking, for example, those retail and food service jobs, which we traditionally think of as the summer jobs, in fact, food service in the nineteen nineties. It used to be that one in four of those jobs was covered by a teen today. It's one in six of those jobs by teen retail, same thing the number of teens is dwindling, whereas the number of older workers in that field is rising. From the employer side, employers are looking at people right now. What do they see when they see these numbers that there's an open job for every unemployed person out there? Well, it's an interesting dynamic because on the one hand, they're realizing we might have to increase wages in order to fill the seat. They they're complaining frankly that they can't find the people. They want our workers coming in. They want more people coming in the door for interviews, so then they can have their pick of the highest quality and what's happening is that they're starting to see, wait a minute, who's why is no one applying on the job boards wire people aggressively, like what we saw a couple of years ago aggressively pursuing these jobs. So a lot of employers, the hope for McConnell is that employers will say, oh, wait a minute. You know what would actually get more people interested in this job, a ten percent wage increase, no chance that happens. We'll know there's definitely a chance. There's there's a good probability actually, historically spee. Leaking, but it should have already happened. How did we even get here by the way? I mean, we had this great recession, not that long ago. How are we in this position now? What is the demands of the top flight job providers? The ones that are going to pay top dollar have changed somewhat in that if you're young and you're just coming out of high school or college, you might decide rather than taking an entry level job, you would prefer to pursue more education or community service to Padua resume and hopes of attracting one of these top hiring cubs, especially since there's a forty year old taking your job at the burger flipping joint. Exactly. That is ABC Rebecca, Jarvis. Thanks, Rebecca. Thanks. And one last thing she raised her for eighteen years. We'll untried a woman was sentenced to eighteen years in prison because the little girl she raised wasn't her daughter. She was a kidnapping victim almost twenty years ago. Gloria Williams walked into a hospital dressed as a nurse and walked away with a baby. She named her Alexis. But when Alexis became one of those teenagers looking for their first job, there was something wrong with her. I d a DNA test at a police precinct confirmed that her birth mother was actually Shinora. Mobely think when you left the police station that she was going to be fine and things get back to normal. I'm new. This weekend ABC's Eva pilgrim's spoke exclusively to combine a mobile that was her name at birth, and that is what she goes by now. But think about this for Kemira Gloria Williams was the only mom she ever knew if your parents are who raised you, does that change when they stole you to you? You still consider your mother still do and still she kind of treats you like her daughter? Oh yes. She call Steele gets on meet. Yes, yes. Now, Gloria Williams is behind bars. Camara has asked the judge for leniency and her birth. Parents say they've got their baby girl back who they are. Finally, getting to know. Okay. We're often running this week if you're looking for live coverage of the Singapore summit tonight, hit up ABC news dot com or the ABC news app and hit that subscribe button right here because tomorrow we will break it all down with our team there in the thick of it be smarter than your friends tomorrow morning. You guys Twitter and Instagram follow start here. ABC I'm Brad milkey tomorrow. Are you hiring join the over three million businesses that use indeed dot com for hiring post your next job opening on the world's number one job site indeed, dot com.

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The marathon atop the world's deepest lake is not for beginners

Start Here

04:37 min | 3 years ago

The marathon atop the world's deepest lake is not for beginners

"Siberia. He might not be able to hear through the wind. That is a guy in fur-lined coat in the middle of nowhere saying, we might lose people. ABC's Patrick reveal is our Russia correspondent. He's insane Petersburg right now, Patrick you accompanied Alenia on this race. What are we talking about here? What is it like on that frozen lake in Siberia. This is not just any lay. This is the the deepest lake in the world, and so it is. It is just I, if you just imagine of endless white flat plateau and around is overeating with these mountains, have blue haze over them, then that's what you look. If you imagine the frozen planet. That's why she's running this. Martin is a cross lychee across the ice running on top of Mita thick ice from one show to the twenty six miles doing. I think that's that's can be telling Dan bridges are damn degrees. Integrate lower than usual. Minus minus twenty Fahrenheit was was the temperature when we were that. And suddenly this gale blew up and we had fifty five mile an hour winds. When you combine that with minus twenty temperatures, you get this ferocious cold and people getting frost by the two people who had to be pulled out the race because they got frostbite and just off Gina, the I five miles one guy had had had his ear. Frostbitten and wish then had to be potty cut off. The ear had to be cut off, not not the whole era. As far as I understand that part of the. I mean, I had this very rough, rough guy from Siberia who said to me in Siberia, we cool old doctors sessions. So obviously a special breed of person who's doing this race. You guys were with LIC, but you met several these people. What are they like? What is she like? How do you get yourself to do this? I mean, the thing that struck me is that there is a great variety of of people doing it and many of them particular also above middle-age in many of them like Elissa in the late fifties and she she has self is sixty full when we began. You know, she was running through knee deep snow and it looked very tough. And she said to me, ten me is that this is horrible. You know, this is awful, but then she just keeps going and it's speeds stays the same. And she just goes on just keeps going. Moving to Nevis in stays an, you know, whatever you do keep moving onto the finish. It's absolutely insane documented. Just went up this morning on ABC news dot com. We're glad you made that a Siberian safely. Patrick. Thanks for being with us. Thanks. Thanks. And one last thing you've heard of ghosting you go on dates, then all of a sudden nothing Connors, never gonna call. Really. Have you know, because I'm a guy and it's just how we do it. Well, what if that happens? But you still see the person liking your Facebook posts, like what does that mean? They weren't text you back, but they'll like a photo or watcher, Instagram story, not chat story, so they're alive and they know your life and I know what you're doing, but they're not actually contacting you. That is Anna arose Vini. She wrote on the excellently named blog, man, repel. This has happened to her and her friends multiple times, hey, why are you watching my snapshot stories been not texting me and he was like, oh, you can see that even coin to term for it. It's not ghosting. It's not creeping I admit that I creep, so I do want to distinguish two. She calls it orbiting you know, just keeping someone in your orbit. I Vini says, is the modern version of keeping someone of the back burner. Let them know you're there just in case things change, but for now you're not interested. I think it's the action of someone who doesn't know what they want. She says, think about it. Ghosting has existed ever since the invention of letters, you cannot orbit without social media. So if you're one of these people, you're like a really annoying pioneer. Congratulations. I do want to be reminded that you exist leave a rating and review on apple podcasts or tweet at us. Start here ABC Patrick real got some incredible images in Siberia. You can check them out today at ABC news dot com or the news app. I'm Brad milkey see tomorrow. Are you hiring join the over three million businesses that use indeed dot com for hiring post your next job opening on the world's number one job site indeed, dot com.

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New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman resigns over assault allegations

ABC News Perspective - Cheri Preston

02:04 min | 3 years ago

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman resigns over assault allegations

"Trump's recommendation a despondent blankenship addressing supporters just about an hour into the vote count at this point is not nearly what i would hope it would be so we'll just have see if we can come back as the evening went on attorney general morris lead strengthened and blankets ship fell into a deep third by ten o'clock with the writing on the wall blankenship hit the podium it didn't work out being asked of course whether some of the things we did whether it's cocaine mitch or whether it's some of the other criticisms of mitch mcconnell or whether it's china people made the difference i really don't think so i think if there was any single factor based on the polling at different times the debate and all the things i saw it was probably more likely president trump's i know lack of endured on what to call it but don't vote for it on a tweet a little while later morrissey declared victory heaping praise on the president's mr president if you're watching right now let me tell you your tweet was huge previously floated the idea of running as a third party candidate but admitted primary the voters didn't turn out at areas he thought he'd be strong as for whether he'll back the gop nominee come november my personal opinion is that patrick she's associations with the drug companies that covered us up with opiate drugs and his association with the abortionists makes it very difficult for me to be supportive at all it will be patrick morrissey against senator joe manchin in the fall ryan burrow abc news new york attorney general eric schneiderman resigned this week after reported allegations from four women who said he abused them the women three of whom said they were ex girlfriends said that schneiderman had hit them after drinking often well in bed schneiderman denies it abc's aaron katersky followed the story closely this week he sat down and discussed it with our brad milkey abc daily podcast start here can you just walk us through these allegations a little bit the allegations involve four women two of them came forward to the new yorker anonymously but.

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Woman who kidnapped newborn, raised child as her own apologizes

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:46 min | 3 years ago

Woman who kidnapped newborn, raised child as her own apologizes

"There's a lot coming at you right now turmoil tweets an insane amount of chatter i'm brad milkey with abc news and i'm here to throw you a lifeline it's a new podcast called start here where our experts give you on the ground access to the biggest stories of the day we're going to give you some context some clarity among the chaos twenty minutes every weekday subscribe now on apple podcast or wherever you get your podcasts and start here next tonight to that florida courtroom a woman who stole a newborn from a hospital twenty years ago raising the baby as her own now offering explanation for the first time today and she's also apologizing to the parents who were sitting right there here's abc's pilgrim the woman who kidnapped baby twenty years ago for the first time today giving her account of what happened in that florida hospital might it was not to take a baby it wasn't gloria williams claim she was in an abusive relationship depressed after a miscarriage when she walked out of that maternity ward with chameleon mobely knows go get cowrote a new that secret would catch up with williams nearly two decades later kamai at told us last year she still loved williams she loved me for eighteen years prosecutors today arguing the abduction was a selfish act freshest numbers of the people of that yes williams today asking forgiveness from those parents that did hurt you for that i'm so sorry then turning to the young woman who still calls her mom when i never meant to hurt you never meant to cause you any home any paid any.

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What we learn from Mueller's 'Trump questions

World News This Week

07:42 min | 3 years ago

What we learn from Mueller's 'Trump questions

"ABC's world news this week will begin after this. Are you hiring with? Indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on qualified candidates in an online dashboard. Get started at indeed dot com. Slash higher. From ABC news world news this week. Chuck's Iverson in New York coming up forty, nine questions for the president's clean. Did you become aware of the Trump Tower meeting stormy Daniels payments, no campaign finance violation. So through lawful. Then the president, he North Korea summit. We now have a day and we have a location. Paradise ignites a difficult thing to watch the floor is unpredictable in his own words. Here, maybe I'll have another five years. Maybe I'll be gone before you hear this. People in events that made headlines when world news this week continues. There's a lot coming at you right now, turmoil tweets, an insane amount of chatter. I'm Brad milkey with ABC news and I'm here to throw you a lifeline. It's a new podcast called start here or are experts give you on the ground access to the biggest stories of the day. We're going to give you some context, some clarity among the chaos, twenty minutes every weekday subscribe now on apple podcast or wherever you get your podcast and start here. What did you know about phone calls that Mr Flynn made with the Russian ambassador? What did you mean in your interview? With Lester Holt about Mr.. Komi in Russia. Those are two of the forty nine questions. Robert Muller's special council wants to ask President Trump in a sit down interview according to a document leaked to the media this week, ABC's congressional correspondent MAry, Bruce on what else is in those questions. The list of nearly fifty probing questions. Special counsel, Robert Muller has for President Trump lines of questioning, Muller shared with Trump's own legal team. The list now published by the New York Times and what the president is now calling a disgraceful leak Russian collusion. Give me a break. Trump insists. Molars list has no questions on collusion, but that's not true. The special counsel has questions about Paul Manafort once the president's campaign chairman according to the times, Muller wants to ask Trump what knowledge did he have any outreach by his campaign, including by Paul Manafort to Russia about potential assistance to the campaign. Muller also wants to ask the president win. Did you become aware of the Trump Tower meeting that infamous sit down Don Jr. Jared, Kushner? Manafort in Russians, they were told had dirt on Hillary Clinton much of Muller's list centers on possible obstruction of Justice by the president. The special counsel wants to know what if I were made to reach out to Trump's fired national security adviser, Michael Flynn about seeking immunity or possible? Pardon. And what did Trump mean when he said this about firing his FBI director, James Komi when I decided to just do it. I said to myself, I said, you know, this rusher thing. Thing with Trump and Russia is a made up story N when Trump told Russian diplomats and this Oval Office meeting that firing Komi had taken the pressure off, what did he mean by that? Another question Muller wants answered, what discussions did the president have regarding terminating the special counsel with the release of those questions also came word that the special counsel has warned President Trump's legal team, that if the president refuses an interview, Muller could issue a subpoena ABC news, chief legal analyst. Dan Abrahams says, this raises the stakes, let's say it works its way all the way through the courts. The supreme court then says, sorry, this is a valid subpoena and the president says, well, I don't think so, and I'm not going to show up. That's when you have the real potential crisis. We use this word constitutional crisis all the time. I think that the only real crisis occurs if you have in the end, a real war between two branches of government were one of saying, you can't tell me what to do the president. However, maintaining he's still willing to sit down with Muller despite what his legal team is telling him. I would love to speak. I would love to nobody wants to speak more than me back against my lawyers because most lorries they never picked another. I would love to say, what is it like to sit down with a special counsel's team former Trump campaign adviser. Michael Caputo recently did so, and he's detailing the experience to ABC news, chief Justice correspondent Pierre, Thomas former Trump political adviser. Michael Caputo helped in the early stages of a campaign from Trump Tower says he won't soon. Forget the grilling. He says, he took from two FBI juice and a prosecutor with a special counsel's team three hours. Plus they weren't pulling any punches at at some points in time. I, it got kind of frightening. Caputo says the agents knew so much about his life. It scared him. They know everything here. They know more about what I did in two thousand sixteen than I do, but will the investigators after they're talking about the timing of some things that happened at the campaign and at the convention. I think they're completely focused on collusion. With Russia. According to Caputo, there was a lot of focus on the hack of the DNC by Russian operative known as goussev for and WikiLeaks, which published stolen information. This is his stark assessment on whether Muller's anywhere near done, investigating possible collusion. I'm hoping this end soon, but it sounds to me like they have more dating to do today. Give you any sense that they have anything. I believe that they, they think they're onto something what that is. I don't know. They're not messing around. Caputo, says investigators Pepperdine with questions about his friends. The president's personal attorney, Michael Cohen. Paul Manafort who's been indicted on money laundering charges. The president's longtime friend and advisor, Roger stone. The one thing he says, surprised him from the interview. It was remarkable to me that the president was brought up. Nobody with last name Trump came up at all. Speaking of the president's legal team, there were major shakeups yet again this week with top White House lawyer, tie Cobb telling ABC news. Be leaving having, you know, stay longer than I intended, but believing that the end of this month ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl spoke with Cobb about his departure from the president's team out tie Cobb, the lead White House lawyer dealing with the special counsel replaced by Amit flood who was one of President Clinton's impeachment lawyers Cobb tells me he was ready to leave almost everything that I was brought on to do as Ben accomplished comet employed a strategy of patients with Muller cooperation. Definitely. What is the right move? And and definitely the path that would lead to the quickest resolution. But it was President Trump's newest lawyer, former mayor, Rudy Giuliani who created shockwaves this week when he told FOX's Sean Hannity, that money was not campaign money. Sorry, I'm giving you a fact now that you don't know, it's not campaign money, no campaign finance violation. So they've funneled through law firm. Frontal through over and the president. It. I didn't know Giuliani acknowledging for the first time that the president repaid that one hundred thirty thousand dollars to his personal attorney. Michael Kohn ABC's giancarl with a new explanation from the White House last month. The president, flatly denied knowing anything about the hush money Cohen claimed he paid Daniels out of his own pocket.

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The Daily 202: Republican judges warn of ‘tyranny’ as they block Trump on ‘sanctuary cities’

Orlando's Morning News with Joe Kelley

02:13 min | 3 years ago

The Daily 202: Republican judges warn of ‘tyranny’ as they block Trump on ‘sanctuary cities’

"In the hands of congress the department of justice released the redacted memos from the fired fbi director on his beating with president trump at the white house president trump continued to deny any allegations about prostitutes in that dossier saying the hookers thing is nonsense but he told komi vladimir putin once told him quote we have the best hookers in the world parts of these unclassified memos are redacted certain members of congress are now set to get the full documents brad milkey reporting now we have a tweet from the president about five hour goes he says james comey's memo's just out show clearly there was no collusion and know no obstruction also he leaked classified information wow will though which hunt continue rudy giuliani is joining president trump's legal defense team in the ongoing russia probe has hope is to bring an end to the socalled russia probe within a matter of weeks giuliani says he has great admiration for the president adding he has a longtime relationship with the man leading the probe robert muller and says so ask him what he needs to wrap it up muller is said while he's still investigating the matter trump is not currently a criminal target that's reporter genes flipping now both sides and the lawsuit filed by porn actress stormy daniels against president trump convene in federal court in l a today the president's attorneys in those representing mr trump's personal attorney michael cohen are asking that stormy daniels lawsuit be delayed ninety days saying it should be paused because the criminal investigation involving cohen in new york the judge here in la today calling a last minute hearing on the issue that's alex stone reporting well here's a rare one in washington dc democrats agreeing with the press house minority leader nancy pelosi says she prefers talks with doors korea rather than the prospect of war well i always in favor of as they say georgia jaw rather than world war war if the president is going to meet with king kim jong it's important to have preliminary meetings but california democrats stepped around questions about impeaching trump instead focusing on regaining control the house in november's midterm elections federal regulators are expected to find wells fargo one billion dollars for misbehavior that announcement could happen as early as today the bank admits to pushing customers.

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Kansas City arrest of David Jungerman in Pickert murder case

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:41 min | 3 years ago

Kansas City arrest of David Jungerman in Pickert murder case

"There's a lot coming at you right now turmoil tweets an insane amount of chatter i'm brad milkey with abc news and i am here to throw you a lifeline it's a new podcast called start here where are experts give you on the ground access to the biggest stories of the day we're going to give you some context some clarity among the chaos twenty minutes every weekday subscribe now on apple podcast or wherever you get your podcast and start here next tonight here the alleged to accident will murder confession in kansas city prosecutors say a suspect mistakenly recorded himself admitting to killing an attorney in front of his home here's abc's alex pres tonight in kansas city tonight in a rest in the mysterious murder of personal injury attorney tom pickard my office filed a first degree murder charge against david g younger men younger men is the man picker defeated in court last summer ordered to pay nearly six million dollars to pitch client one of two men younger men shot claiming they broke into his warehouse they charged me put me in fear for my life i had no choice but to shoot a picker was gunned down in his front yard last october police questioned younger men who owned that van but released him but police say a break in the case came when investigators discovered a recording younger men accidentally made of himself confessing saying in part people know that i murdered that son of a expletive younger men stated that he had killed a lawyer with a gun and had gotten away with it picker widow calling the charges justice to drown something tom once said.

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Mnuchin admits potential trade war with China, stocks tumble amid fears

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:29 min | 3 years ago

Mnuchin admits potential trade war with China, stocks tumble amid fears

"There's a lot coming at you right now turmoil tweets an insane amount of chatter i'm brad milkey with abc news and i am here to throw you a lifeline it's a new podcast called start here or are experts give you on the ground access to the biggest stories of the day twenty minutes every weekday morning subscribe now and start here tonight breaking news on the brink of a trade war president trump's threats against china sending shock waves around the globe the news rocking the stock market and your 401k plus the new sanctions on russia targeting those close to putin coasttocoast storms the tornado watch at this hour snow rain and record cold for much of the country backstage brawl you have see champ conor mcgregor charged with assault video showing him throwing a dolly at a bus full of fighters also tonight the driver who spent right into a police station crashing through a wall while thirty say this was no accident reunited the menendez brothers lyle and eric convicted of killing their parents face to face for the first time in more than two decades and nightmare at sea the vacation outreach we'll take your unborn a cruise ship that passenger say felt like a floating construction zone this is abc news tonight with david muir good evening and it's great to have you with us on a busy friday night i'm tom llamas in for david and we begin tonight with growing fears of a new trade war the us and china back and forth with threats of tariff someone another with american farmers tech companies and manufacturers caught in the middle after the first round of terrorists from each side president trump now threatening import taxes on one hundred billion dollars more of goods from china and fewing those fears tonight treasury secretary mnuchin it'd been in the potential trade war is real and the president saying americans could feel some pain the news rock in the stock market the dow losing nearly six hundred points abc's chief white house correspondent jonathan karl starts us off from the white house a brutal day on wall street stocks tumbling after president trump escalated his threats towards china today the president acknowledged his trade policy may cause pain so i'm not saying there won't be a little pain but amok it's gone up forty.

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