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"bucknor" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Consecutive starts in this ballpark ritual out three runs or less and he was he was really good today and I didn't know I we put the odds of fifty fifty there's going to be able to stay in the game because I thought after the third inning he had seen a Buck or we're going to class but he did manage to stay in any one of given of seven Saudi leads the league in innings pitched that's something he prides himself in and good for him he's my guy Gardner actually whatever you think about CB Bucknor has a number he gave them some. tonight he did he did I thought she did a good job of that. done thirty was average. we have cable I'll take Solano yeah look you know use use use the offense and he had wanted bat. so when. it appears that even though. with his numbers he should be playing but he's not the bonds point yeah and it doesn't seem like. that upset so that that it give your menu one of the one of plate but he gets it so I want to kill he gets in any still gives you get a bat windows tap on the shoulder and say go up there could be a good day I'll take Crawford I'm Crawford at the walk into the hits and had a real nice night a a lot of chances at shortstop yup they have good about tonight I thought was real Brandon Crawford it looks you know slash and the ball got one the opposite way it kind of looks like what games we've seen Crawford player absolutely to pick and other player we give credit to for stellar performance we've given it to Bumgarner a lot of times we'll give it to the bond I mean here you have a nice game the kid. these are guys sponsored by red would it credit union banking for the people who call this place home switch today red would credit union for all that you love. well what's on deck sponsored by your California for dealers chance to try to win the series but most importantly will see Johnny Cueto back on the mound for the second time so that's great. we get a chance to watch a pitcher that's always a good day. the yeah what is it what is it view the Quito yeah yeah okay Ahmad aboard. I'll be here early what is it me. the day of quite a quite.
"bucknor" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Shore could be two years to feed the second for one back the first and it's off the bag safe at first is one Gloria lunging to his left toward home plate to. catch that very wide stroll from the second baseman Diaz was Martine Pronto so they do not get the double play. so to doubt belt retarded second here is Steven vote. anyway Stan Bromley was he was telling me a disease the hotel yeah a of the world. used to run in fact opened up the four seasons here in San Francisco on Market Street. now the. the the Marlins route asking for some time to check with the video room I think for the tag at first base but finally CB Bucknor went overseas well what's what's the verdict and they're not going to challenge the call. Stephen vote will stand in he was telling me about a hotel in Venice a famous hotel there and I looked it up and unbelievably expensive it's a. in the civil don't where there's a lot of other hotels at a cheaper and just as good here's a sinker low for a ball and I said Stan whatever what if we came up with a T. shirt in with my likeness. and we had a marketing agreement with that expensive hotel in Venice and then that's led to the forty combo the Italian phrase Roma. is he thinks you know we could make a fortune with disdain yeah. sound very promising we cut you in on the. there's a swinging strike and it's over to. Bologna I think Bologna is the baseball capital of Italy so that's it I think that city is where they really play a lot of baseball. so. of Wally come pull in Bologna they go all yeah he's going to give you the home run six I think so. do the count. runner infers no score the game the page swing.
"bucknor" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"That's fifteen consecutive starts in this ballpark Bristol out three runs or less and he was he was really good today and I didn't know I we put the odds of fifty fifty there's going to be able to stay in the game because I thought after the third inning he had seen a book they were gonna clash but he did manage to stay in any one of giving of seven Saudi leads the league in innings pitched that's something he prides himself in and good for him he's my guy Gardner actually whatever you think about CB Bucknor has a number he gave them some. tonight he did he did I thought she did a good job of that. done thirty was average. we got a guy I'll take Solano yeah look you know use use use the offense any had wanted bat. so when. it appears that even though. with his numbers he should be claim but he's not the bonds plane yeah and it doesn't seem like. that upset so that did it give your menu one of the one of play but he gets it so I want to get you get so many still gives you get about ways to tap on the shoulder and say go up there could be a good pick I'll take Crawford I'm Crawford at the walk into the hits and had a real nice ninety a lot of chances at shortstop yup they had good about tonight I thought was real Brandon Crawford it looks you know slash in the ball got one the opposite way it kind of looks like what games we've seen Crawford player absolutely to pick and the player we give credit to for stellar performance we've given it to Bumgarner a lot of times we'll give it to the bond I mean here you had a nice game the kid. these are guys sponsored by red would it credit union banking for the people who call this place home switch today red would credit union for all that you love. well what's on deck sponsored by your California for dealers chance to try to win the series but most importantly will see Johnny Cueto back on the mound for the second time so that's great. we get a chance to watch a pitcher that's always a good day..
"bucknor" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The center for you photos right the center fielder Paisley picks it up and throws it back salon will hold its first with a single Donovan Solano gets the giants going the solid single to center in Austin Slater will come up the Phillies on the field with smiley pitching and real Muto catching it's an infield of Hoskins at first and that is its second Segura and short and can you read third Nickerson the left fielder Hey easily we had one day off the roster into the minor leagues in and brought back today with the put Bruce on the injured list Harper in right now fast ball wow now that is a wide strike that was it at least five inches off the outside corner it called a strike by CB Bucknor at least according to the snack cast strike zone that is hard to believe on one account catcher's sets up inside down the page is down in in one born in one strike nothing nothing lasts for the first Slater hitting two seventy three he's only had seventy seven big league at bats this year and had ten extra base hits five doubles two triples three homers it has an eight ninety eight oh PS hi sweetie that's a hard ground ball foul past third in.
"bucknor" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Really what I've never known that livered and Ted conferences around the world gift of the human imagination. We've had to believe in impossible thing, the true nature of reality beckons from just beyond those talks, those ideas adapted for radio. From NPR. I'm guy rise. Coming up there so many things going on extraordinary time to be a long. I think the next fifty years could change everything you can't always anticipate, what the consequences will be you have to measure the upside and the downside and not just be scared of every division does have some power this episode future consequences. First this news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Dave Mattingly. The Trump administration opens hearings today on the president's plan to impose import taxes on some three hundred billion dollars worth of goods from China, as NPR's, Scott Horsely reports many businesses are urging the president not to follow through with his edition tariff threat more than five hundred businesses have written to President Trump warning that an escalating trade war between the US and China will leave both countries worse off the businesses say they support the president's efforts to change China's behavior and win improve protections for intellectual property, for example, but they argue additional import taxes are not the right way to achieve that goal businesses will have an opportunity to challenge specific items on the tariff target list during hearings all this week in Washington. The hearings come as the president's preparing for face to face meeting, next week with his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, Scott, Horsely, NPR, news, Washington Federal Reserve. Policymakers are meeting this week to take their latest look at the US economy and interest rates as Steve Bucknor reports fed chairman Jerome Powell has suggested the fed is prepared to cut interest rates. If warranted fed policy is sharply since last year when it raise rates four times, and projected three more hikes this year after stocks sold off Powell and his colleagues halted this upward course early this year lately, speculation has mounted their next move will be down, though, not necessarily this week, slower growth trade tensions, and low inflation have primed Wall Street for a rate cut. The fed doesn't want to seem like it's bowing to White House pressure, but it may set the stage for future rate cuts when it releases a policy statement, along with revised economic and rape projections. Wednesday Powell could outline conditions for lower rates in his press conference for NPR news. I'm Steve back near a top executive at Boeing apology. Sizing to the families of those killed and crashes of seven thirty-seven Maxine chats, and Ethiopia, and Indonesia, the CEO of Boeing's commercial aircraft division, Kevin McAllister was speaking at the Paris air show today when he said he and the company are very sorry for the loss of lives in those crashes, they killed all three hundred forty six people. Aboard the lion air jet crashed last October. The airlines jet crashed in March both went down shortly after takeoff, Maxine remain grounded worldwide forest Johnson's bid to replace Theresa May, as Britain's prime minister is getting a boost from former rival UK health secretary Matt Hancock is endorsing Johnson saying he's almost certain to win. Hancock dropped out of the race for the maze job on Friday after receiving few votes in the first ballot of conservative party lawmakers in parliament and cock is making his endorsement of Johnson in the times newspaper. This is NPR news from. Washington. And investigation is underway in south bend, Indiana after a fatal police shooting. Justin Hicks with member station. W V P says the shooting prompted the city's mayor peed Buddha. Judge to return home, from his democratic presidential campaign, according to the Saint Joseph county prosecutor's office, a south bend police officer shot Fifty-three-year-old, Eric Logan early Sunday morning while responding to a call about a suspect going through cars..
Fed likely to resist pressure to cut U.S. rates this week
"Federal Reserve. Policymakers are meeting this week to take their latest look at the US economy and interest rates as Steve Bucknor reports fed chairman Jerome Powell has suggested the fed is prepared to cut interest rates. If warranted fed policy is sharply since last year when it raise rates four times, and projected three more hikes this year after stocks sold off Powell and his colleagues halted this upward course early this year lately, speculation has mounted their next move will be down, though, not necessarily this week, slower growth trade tensions, and low inflation have primed Wall Street for a rate cut. The fed doesn't want to seem like it's bowing to White House pressure, but it may set the stage for future rate cuts when it releases a policy statement, along with revised economic and rape projections. Wednesday Powell could outline conditions for lower rates in his press
"bucknor" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Kicks delivers swag, a high fly ball out there towards left field going back Ryan onto the track. Any makes the catch the key care is giving that one a ride the park held it to carry will. No, but it always scared you because we know how much of a lefty killer KiKi Hernandez is that, although he's a middle infielder guy. He's got a lot of pop. So it d- just got in on the hands. Otherwise. That's comfortable home run for him. He can go deep with the, the biggest and strongest guys on the team. So one down after the fly out. Here's Justin Turner. Turner at thirty four years old. Right hand hitter can Utah to fire. The pitch is in there for a strike DJ Roeber and are played on pyre fielded. Colebreath is at I c b Bucknor at second and Chris goal is down there at third. Did you get a chance to talk to Chris Siegel today? Here's the all one. At a curve is infra strike. There's nothing in two. I did not do it. Yesterday was kind of throwing you off a little bit with this delayed decisions on pitches thought you guys might have cleared that up today. Here's the to check swagger a ball upstairs appeal to I didn't go says field Cobra. I mean he can't make adjustment if he doesn't know. No. It's a good point. I was gonna take you down there with me, but I was afraid, you'd call them, Chris Seagal. And then he started, kicking me, punching me. There's the one to swearing in a bouncer out too short bias and to his left field. Slings the I in time. Turner is out. Aware ground ball out for Justin Turner.
"bucknor" Discussed on AP News
"News network. Former major leaguer Bill Buckner has died. He was sixty nine the AP's Ed Donahue reports on the play that dominated a more than two decade career Lochner won a National League batting title, but his legacy was changed in the nineteen Eighty-six World Series playing first base for the Boston Red Sox game six was tied. The Red Sox were victory away from their first world championship since nineteen eighteen but a ground ball, went Bucknor's way. The ball went through Bucknor's legs New York Mets won the game and eventually won the World Series. Red Sox fans were not quick to forget, but in two thousand eight Buckner accepted an invitation to throw out the first ball for the home opener at Fenway park as the Red Sox celebrated winning the two thousand seven World Series. There were loud. Cheers, he said the moment was probably about, as emotional, as it could get Bill Buckner died after a long battle with dementia. I'm Ed Donahue. In a lawsuit against opioid manufacturers. Oklahoma's poised to become the first state to go after pharmaceutical companies over the opioid crisis. AP correspondent Shelley Adler says it could set the stage for other pending trials Oklahoma alleges that the drug makers, help create a public health crisis in the state by marketing highly addictive opioids for years in a way that overstated their effectiveness and underplayed the risk of addiction, that trial could bring to light documents and testimony that show what the companies knew when they knew it, and how they responded, the outcome could also shape negotiations on how to resolve the roughly fifteen hundred opioid lawsuits filed by state, and local governments that have been consolidated before a federal judge in Ohio. I'm Shelley Adler. Another night we twisters for the mid west. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute, local media are showing images of destroyed homes in the greater Kansas City, Kansas. Area where the national weather service reported a tornado touch down tonight. This adds to the misery of a week of twisters last night, especially violent in Mercer county, Ohio sounding like a freight train coming through. Very, very frightening. There are flooded evacuate in Oklahoma, as the Arkansas river breaches to levies, the state of Oklahoma is suing Janssen, pharmaceuticals over the opioid crisis. Attorney Brad backward, accuses the company of pushing its pills. Is that? Why? The ACLU of Missouri's trying to petition voter referendum on the state's new strict abortion law..
"bucknor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Series. Error by Buckner playing for the Boston Red Sox opened the door for the New York Mets to win the series for years Buchner was heckled. There were even death threats in twenty fifteen. He talked about the play for documentary, I should caught the ball. That's all I really care about for many that play understandably but also unfairly defined Bill Buckner Steve Futterman, CBS news. We spoke with sports writer. Peter gammons who believes that Bucknor's legacy was unfairly tarnished as it's tragic that he remembered for that play. He liked it boss. Here's a good first baseman. He was a great baseline without the speed, but he his instincts were phenomenal on the basis just tremendous player and because he was so intense. I mean he had to win at everything, and that's what made him such good player Bill Buckner dead after a battle with dementia. He was sixty nine. Tennis star. Serena Williams sends a strong message while taking the clay court in the French Open. After a shaky start at the French Open. Serena Williams beat Italian Dyachenko in her first round match but it was her fashion choice that stole the spotlight, the black and white zebra striped dress was designed by Virgil at blow for Nike. The words mother champion Queen goddess were scrawled across the warmth Cape in French. When reporter told her those words were a lot to carry the tennis champ, replied. So as being Serena Williams last year, she wore an abl designed Black Panther catsuit that was later banned. She said it made her feel like a Queen from conduct Deborah Rodriguez CBS news. Morning nine oh eight in Boston. We are just about twenty minutes away from the opening of Wall Street.
"bucknor" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Drifting over the shortstop puts it away one, I don't think about Bill Buckner, right? Sort of think about obviously everyone remembers the ground ball of the World Series. And you think about that. Error if you will that was made in simple play. But it's humbling to think of how he endured everything so much. You know, negativity for mistake that all of us have made or even worse dating at various takes strike from Kershaw. But the way that he handled it and just the dignity the class, that they showed all the years never pointed the finger, at anyone never seemed to know erupt on the media, once pitch Etcheverry abouts at foul off to the left. Oh and two and it's almost like. Nope. Bucknor's air if you will. Kind of like took a lot off of. Players and people because it was such a polarizing instance to fastball upstairs while one part of it, you know, as a player, I could say that there was in the back of my mind, always this kind of fear. You know you get to big game or you know, in the playoffs man, I don't wanna make mistake, you know, and, and have to endure that want to pitch just missing outside slider two and two, but just seeing the way that, you know, he walked through it, and walk through life, and let a really good reputation and everything else, it was really good player. I mean that's unfortunate that there's so much attention on that one play, but rested peace, Bill Buckner to, to pitch fastball outside full count as Buckner drafted by the dodgers in the second round back in nineteen. Sixty eight had a tremendous career was all star the batting champion..
"bucknor" Discussed on KCRW
"The new North American Free trade deal. The tariffs were a major hurdle to the ratification of the US, Mexico Canada agreement in Canada. Economists business leaders politicians are welcoming the decision to end them. And that's revive momentum for the ratification. US vice-president Mike Pence is scheduled to travel to water y at the end of the month to meet with prime minister Justin, Trudeau to discuss moving forward on the trade deal. With Lee as possible, Dan, carbon reporting, the USA Konami and market volatility are expected to be addressed today when the chairman of the Federal Reserve speaks in Florida, Steve Bucknor reports to Rome, pal is addressing the Atlanta Federal Reserve bank's annual conference payroll has downplayed risks on may. I he said some asset prices are somewhat elevated, but not extremely so pellet. Some concerns about corporate debt but called financial vulnerabilities moderate on balance and the system quite resilient since then markets have been strained as U S, China trade tensions, intensified, stay Becca reporting. On Wall Street, the Dow was down fifty nine points, the SMP down ten the NASDAQ down eighty seven this is NPR from KCRW. I'm Cheri Glazer. With this local news update, the state of California and the US forest service are arguing over who owes who money for fighting wildfires. Meanwhile, the Trump administration is threatening to pose new rules that would slash firefighting assistance to the state KCRW. Eric, Roy explains the governor's office of emergency services says the US force service still owes more than nine million dollars in reimbursement payments to local fire departments for fighting California wildfires in two thousand eighteen. For its part, the four service claims that local fire departments have been overbilling the federal government, under an agreement that is due to expire next year. So the four service says it's moving ahead with rules changes that would cut wildfire assistance payments to local fire agencies. This comes as California braces for another potentially extreme fire year. The Sacramento bee reports that so alarmed, California Senator Dianne Feinstein that Feinstein wrote to the head of the four service and her boss, the secretary of agriculture asking that they put off he proposed changes and the Goshi it with the state the fire and rescue chief with the governor's office of emergency services. Also chimed in saying the small reimbursements would be especially hard on volunteer fire departments. Because those agencies have to be reimbursed before they can pay their firefighters for KCRW. I'm Eric Roy a fight broke out this weekend during a conference of local government officials from around California, the incident occurred at a resort in Indian Wells, seven people were reportedly involved. One was knocked unconscious. City of commerce. Mayor John Sawyer says he went to defuse potential conflict between two city council colleagues. He says, he and while the councilman ended up being attacked from behind Sawyer says he plans to press legal charges as summer gets closer folks in LA, who depend on tourism for their livelihoods are gearing up that includes street performers in places like Hollywood and Venice beach, while the best known performers in the areas. Harry Perry, he's been roller skating, while playing the guitar on the Venice beach boardwalk since the nineteen seventies KCRW, saw Gonzales caught up with Perry who explained. How important the summer tourism season is to his financial survival. Very important. That's when you make all your money for almost a whole year, June,.
"bucknor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Exoneration. No collusion. No obstruction. Their report does not clear Trump and his campaign of conspiring with Russia, but on obstruction of Justice in neither exonerates him. Nor concludes Trump committed a crime House Judiciary committee chairman Jerry Nadler, says the full Muller report needs to be released as much information as can be made public should be made public without delay. I intend to fight for that transparency. That means calling attorney general to testify and possibly issuing subpoenas timbre Keith NPR news Trump may say he's been exonerated. But his legal problems are not yet over federal and state investigators in New York are investigating his inaugural committee in the scandal that led his former lawyer Michael Cohen to plead guilty to campaign finance violations. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is cutting short his trip to the United States Netanyahu is still planning to meet with President Trump at the White House today, but he has cancelled. Plan to address to the annual APEC conference because of the rocket attack near Tel Aviv. That wounded seven people Netanyahu says it was a criminal attack, and he's pledging to respond forcefully strong economic growth pushed the unemployment rate down to a fifty year. Low three point eight percent last year. But Steve Bucknor reports our fresh survey shows business, economists are less optimistic about the growth outlook members of the national association for business economics don't expect recession but have slashed their growth. Forecasts after growing three point one percent in the fourth quarter. They expect GDP to expand two point one percent by this year's fourth quarter and one point nine percent next year that's gloomier than a December survey in a B E president Kevin swift says his members thank the economy has reached an inflection point and notes three quarters of them. Think risks are tilted down primarily due to trade tensions and slowing global growth. The economists expect unemployment to stay. Below four percent. They put the odds of recession at twenty percent this year thirty five percent next year for NPR news. I'm Steve back nerve financial markets. Slipping ahead of the opening bell. On Wall Street. Shares in Europe are down in Monday trading following Asian stocks, lower investors. Meanwhile, looking ahead to more trade talks between the US and China to resume Thursday in Beijing. This is NPR news. This is WNYC in New York. Good morning. I'm Richard Hake. Six four fifty four degrees, overcast right now in New York City. Some light rain possible mainly this morning with a near steady temperature. The chairman of the House Judiciary committee says congressional investigations into the president's conduct will continue. That's despite a summary of a special counsel, Robert Muller's report from the Justice department that says there was no conspiracy between Trump's campaign and Russia. Your congressman Jerrold Nadler says attorney general William bars letter leaves a lot of questions unanswered, the attorney general's comments. Make.
"bucknor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Are going to be who them who who they are. You know, so. I'm not gonna stop crying in worshiping. God. Just because of the Aksu. There's you know, she says she's sad about the tragedy. But not surprised her faith has been demonized. She has these are the consequences. Leyla faulted NPR news, Las Vegas. Federal judge has blocked to Kentucky law that bans abortion. After a fetal heartbeat can be detected NPR, Sarah mccamman reports law would effectively ban. Most abortions in the Commonwealth only one clinic in Kentucky in Louisville currently provides abortion, the American Civil Liberties union says that clinic began turning women away after the state's Republican governor Matt Bevin signed the Bill into law. The ACLU filed a lawsuit challenging the Bill after it passed Kentucky's legislature this week it bans abortion as soon as a fetal heartbeat can be found around six or seven weeks before many women. No, they're pregnant abortion rights opponents around the country have been working to pass similarly restrictive. Laws hoping that one will land in front of the US supreme court Sarah mccamman NPR news flooding from this week's late winter storm in the mid west remains a concern. The governors of Wisconsin and Nebraska have declared states of emergency is rain and snow melt of pushed rivers and streams out of their banks Iowa's governors shooting in an emergency proclamation on Thursday. This is NPR news. Authorities in Las Vegas have a suspect in custody in an attempted robbery last night at the Bellagio the popular hotel and casino Vegas. Police officer in the suspect who tried to rob one of the Blasios poker. Cages were wounded in an exchange of gunfire. Los Angeles, Las Vegas, rather. Metro police, captain, Nicole splinter officer had his bulletproof vest on which probably saved his life and has been treated medically and released. The suspect is in critical condition at this time exchange of gunfire came as a suspect tried to make a getaway by carjacking. Motorists of the suspect was confronted by four police officers closing off their highs Friday stocks finished the week of recovery with further gains and Steve Bucknor says the Dow and the standard and Poor's five hundred rose half a percent, while the NASDAQ composite climbed three quarters of percent after their worst week since December stocks rallied over the last five trading sessions. It wasn't easy though concerns about a slowing global. Economy, continued to worry investors worldwide for the time being those concerns were offset by the efforts of the Federal Reserve, European Central Bank and other monetary authorities to bolster growth hopes for an easing of trade. Tensions particularly with China have waxed and waned. But for now market sentiment on trade is a beat tech. Stocks led the rebound aided at times by energy financial and health issues for the week. The Dow rose more than one and a half percent the S and P gained almost three and the NASDAQ three and three quarters percent for NPR news. I'm Steve back nerd, and I'm child Snyder in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the corporation for public broadcasting and the estate of Joan Kroc who's quest serves as an enduring investments in the future of public radio. And the John D and Catherine T MacArthur foundation at macfound dot org. From WNYC in New York. This is on the media. Brooke Gladstone is off this week. I'm Bob Garfield to starkly different and highly interlocking news stories broke this week. The first was the president's proposed twenty twenty budget, which would cut more than seven billion dollars from the department of education. Apparently getting there the notion that will do away with subsidizing student loans loan forgiveness that kind of thing that proposal would eliminate a program created by President George W Bush that forgives federal student loans for certain borrowers to go on to work in public service, or for a nonprofit after they have made payments for ten years overall. The proposal would reduce college loans subsidies by two hundred seven billion dollars over ten years. The consequence more obstacles for the non rich to get a college education. And then meanwhile, college admission bribery, scandal rocking the nation. Actress Felicity Huffman, leaving one of the dozens of high powered celebrities executives coaches accused of forging documents and photos cheating on SAT's and bribing school officials to get their children into universities..
"bucknor" Discussed on KCRW
"Seventy six pass initially emergencies act and gave the president the authority as a result of that to invoke a national emergency and many different circumstances. But among them for news military, construction thought Miller says that President Trump is prepared to execute the first presidential veto of his term of congress votes to disapprove, his declaration growth. Of the gross domestic product has been unusually rapid over the past couple of years, but Steve Bucknor says Federal Reserve policy makers and others are expecting the economy to slow considerably over the coming year the economy grew roughly three percent last year. Well, above what many regard as a sustainable pace, but growth cooled in the fourth quarter. When the Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank estimates GDP growth of one and a half percent weak retail sales caused Barclay's economist to slash their forecasts. Cleveland fed president Loretta Mestre thinks the economy will still have a good performances year but projects growth closer to two percent, then three and she warns uncertainty is clouding the outlook. Philadelphia Fed president Patrick Harker has a similar expectation. The slowdown has made the fed more cautious about raising interest rates further after lifting them four times last year for NPR news. I'm Steve Bucknor. This is NPR. News. Thirties in Paris are opening an investigation as outrage mounts in France after yellow vest. Protesters shouted antisemitic slurs at a prominent French intellectual NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports. Many feel the yellow vests movement is creating a climate of hatred and intolerance in that country..
"bucknor" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"He's first female fighter jet pilot, a very thoughtful her with a really dry sense of humor. Now news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer. Virginia's democratic governor is coming under fire today. That's after racist pictures from his nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook have surfaced NPR Serra McCain's been covering the story and has more on the images, which appear on Ralph nor from yearbook page. These pictures are clearly in the section under Ralph northern section of the yearbook and the images, I think are disturbing there. A man who appears to be in black face say a person the gender is not clear person who appears to be an in black face. An a second person who appears to be dressed as a K K K member white robe white mask conical white hat north of today confirmed. He is in the picture saying he is quote, deeply sorry for appearing racist and offensive costume Republican party of Virginia says of north is neither costume should resign immediately. The White House is celebrating another blockbuster jobs report. APR Scott Horsely reports. US employers added more than three hundred thousand workers in January the January joss figure is considerably higher than most. Forecasters were expecting and suggest the US economy is gaining strength. Is begins the new year. The economy has now been adding jobs for a record one hundred months in a row, ordinarily employers might have trouble finding workers after such a long stretch of growth, but why does it columnist? Kevin Hassett says that hasn't put the brakes on hiring people are coming back into the labor force in droves, Ed, so we're able to sustain their really really high job growth because people who are on the sidelines are coming back in the unemployment rate did inch up in January two four percent. Analysts say much of that increase was the result of the government shutdown when hundreds of thousands of federal employees were temporarily out of work, Scott Horsely NPR news, Washington after some confusing statements from Taiwanese technology company, Foxconn, the company says it is moving ahead with plans to construct a plant in Wisconsin will make screens that can. I'm used for small electronic devices Foxconn announced its chairman spoke with President Trump has decided to move ahead with a manufacturing facility manufacturing activity showed worrisome signs late last year. But Steve Bucknor says a January survey of corporate purchasing shows regaining strength institute for supply management's closely watch manufacturing index dropped sharply in December amid concerns that slowing global growth and tensions with US trading partners were hurting exports. But in January the purchasing managers index unexpectedly rebounded more than two points to fifty six point six that shows an acceleration of manufacturing activity. Timothy Fiore who headed the survey says exports are growing more slowly, but that is being offset by stronger domestic sales of manufactured goods for NPR news. I'm Steve back ner on Wall Street, the Dow closed up sixty four points. The NASDAQ was down seventeen points today. You're listening to NPR. Cr. The international criminal court has ordered the conditional release of the former president of Ivory Coast who was acquitted last month of crimes against humanity. NPR's ofeibea historic and reports the news coincides with the return home of more than fifty was allies after eight years next solid neighboring Ghana Ivorian, president homeboy and his erstwhile youth minister shout Blakeway were acquitted last month of war crimes linked to deadly violence, fueled by booze refusal to accept defeat after disputed elections in because in twenty ten international criminal court prosecutors asked judges to Bob from returning to his homeland because if they were to appeal they said Ivory Coast may not be able to compel or ensure but was returned to the Hague. Now, the ICC has approved the release if the former Ivorian leader on condition that he's accepted by country. That's willing to return him to the court in the event of a retrial ofeibea Quist arcton NPR news Johannesburg, the federal judge handling the case of political consultant and longtime Trump. Adviser. Roger stone is considering imposing gag order is given the parties until February eighth to submit documents their positions. Joe Jamie Berman Jackson telling stone in court today. The prosecutors could use inconsistent statements. He makes against him at trial. Stone was charged with making false statements to congress obstruction of an official preceding witness tampering indictment secured by special counsel, Robert Muller in the ongoing Russia probe.
"bucknor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"They're white. They're teenagers. They're wearing Trump hats. They believe in Jesus Christ. They have to be destroyed. Hot takes hot mess from WNYC in New York. This is on the media. I'm Bob Garfield this week why the New York Times reconsidered its play of a gruesome photo from Nairobi. The American media thing in order to shock the audience into caring about someone that far away we need to show the most extreme otherwise they won't care. Plus a TV docu series tries to bridge the gap between indigenous peoples and white Canadians reality show style. The producers thought maybe a third more contact there'd be less tension between the community. It's all coming up after this. NPR news in Washington. I'm trials Snyder. The federal government is back open. President Trump has signed the short-term spending plan funds the federal agencies affected by the shutdown that spending plan we'll ask for the next twenty one days, but if yours Windsor Johnston reports a fight over border wall. Funding is not over President Trump announced the stopgap Bill in the white House Rose Garden yesterday. I am very proud to announce today that we have reached a deal to end the shutdown and reopen the federal government congressional Democrats, including house speaker Nancy Pelosi say they're looking forward to the additional time to work toward a compromise on border wall funding optimistic I see every challenge your every crisis as an opportunity an opportunity to do the right thing for the American people. Trump says if no agreement is reached by the February fifteenth deadline he's prepared to declare a national emergency in order. To fund a wall Windsor Johnston. NPR news, Washington. Head of this warnings emergency meeting of the United Nations Security council. France, Germany and Spain are close to recognizing opposition leader, Juan Guida was president of Venezuela. All three countries say they will recognize Guida unless elections are announced in the coming week. Reporter Linda Fasulo RIA says secretary of state Mike Pompeo is set to address the council after the US on a number of other countries recognize God opened then called on President Nicolas Maduro to resign. It will be the first formal Security Council meeting on the political and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela and council members I deeply divided over what to do so far there is little concrete support on the council for recognising opposition leader, one Guido as Venezuela's. Interim president only the US and council member Peru have done so US allies Britain, France and Germany have called the Madero government illegitimate that have stopped short of recognizing. Dope. Russia and China. Meanwhile, back Maduro and object to international interference in Venezuela. Then as well. As foreign minister is also expected to participate in the Security Council session for NPR news. I'm Linda Zillow in New York resident Trump's friend and adviser Roger stone is out on bond after his arrest at his home in Florida early yesterday morning last night. He was on Fox News saying the indictment brought against him as part of the special counsels. Russia investigation is really about silencing him. And he said he's prepared for the fight of his life. I intend to plead not guilty. I believe I will be vindicated sewn appeared on Tucker Carlson tonight. He is to be arraigned in Washington DC on Tuesday stone is charged with lying to lawmakers about Wiki leaks witness tampering and obstructing a house intelligence committee investigation and from Washington. You're listening to NPR news. Seven people are confirmed dead. But officials expect the toll to rise sharply in Brazil following yesterday's collapse of a dam at an iron mine. Rescuers are searching for some two hundred people who remain missing Brazil's president has planning to visit the region imply over the disaster area today. Pope Francis is in Panama's part of his trip to Central America. The is to celebrate mass outta cathedral in the old section of Panama City today. US markets ended the week on a high note with the NASDAQ closing more than one percent higher. Steve Bucknor has this roundup of the week on Wall Street with software sales being projected corporate profits could take a hit. But for now. Many of the reason earnings reports have been solid enough to support share prices as usual. There were countervailing influences this week forecast of slower global growth ongoing U S China trade tensions and until late Friday. Uncertainties about the partial government shutdown. It all made for considerable market volatility though, not as much as late last year the various market forces largely balanced out the Dow rose for a fifth straight week. But only by an eighth of a percent. The NASDAQ climbed nearly as much but the s&p lost two tenths of a percent for the week for NPR news. I'm Steve Bucknor the women's title at the Australian Open belongs to Naomi Osaka. She'd be Petra Nova in the women's final today. Asaka lost at three championship points in the second set, but came back in the third to claim the Australian crown the winner so Sokha's second consecutive grand slam victory. This is NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the corporation for public broadcasting and the estate of Joan Kroc whose bequest serves as an enduring investments in the future of public radio. And the John D and Catherine T MacArthur foundation at macfound dot org. Next time on the New Yorker radio hour in exonerated, man. Takes on the prosecutors who sent him to death row speaking in terms of what is a crime would is attempted murder. If I'd say you that this tiny two dollars from me. 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"It's a chance to take a step forward. It's a chance to address the shortcomings that many of these families have been asking to be addressed for an awful long time. And I think he will be able to get it done a lawyer for Scott Israel says his client will fight the suspension is already planning his run for reelection in two thousand twenty Greg Allen NPR news Fort Lauderdale to Wall Street where stocks closed a largely bullish week on a slightly lower note. Steve Bucknor reports if the economy is being buffeted by crosswinds as Federal Reserve vice chairman, Richard Clarita, says the same could be said a financial markets one adverse raises the government shutdown, and it's uncertainties blowing in the other direction. Most of the week or hopes for resolution of the US China trade war and fresh reassurances. The fed will be patient raising interest rates the prevailing pluses carry the Dow back over twenty four thousand for the first time since mid-december Thursday. The Dow is up two and four tenths percent. For the week and ten percent from its Christmas Eve, low the S and P gained two and a half and the NASDAQ three and a half percent for NPR news. I'm Steve Beck. Nurse. And you're listening to NPR news. With security forces deployed throughout France and anticipation of a ninth straight weekend of yellow vest protests. There has been an explosion in Paris oblast happened at a bakery in the city central shopping district and authorities believe it was caused by an accidental gas leak. Dozens of people were injured at least twelve critically the NFL playoffs continue today. With two of the league's top offense is on display the Kansas City Chiefs host the Indianapolis Colts Dallas is in Los Angeles to play the high scoring Rams as NPR's, Tom. Goldman reports in mid November the chiefs and Rams played an epic Monday night game L A one fifty four to fifty one and the teams became the face of a new offense happy NFL, but this is the postseason when defense traditionally slows things down in last weekend's wildcard round average scoring was a little over eighteen points per team still Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes hopes to light up the scoreboard the way he did in the regular. Season. He was just the third quarterback in history to throw at least fifty touchdown passes. He and the cheese face an Indianapolis team. That's one ten of its last eleven games. The Rams welcome back star running back Todd Gurley from a knee injury. He'll be tested by Dallas is excellent run defense. Tom Goldman NPR news in Los Angeles could be on strike Monday. Their union has rejected a new offer from the Los Angeles unified school district. The nation's second largest union officials say the offer does not go far enough on although they are warning of a strike beginning Monday, they say they will consider any new proposals. This weekend on trial Snyder NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the corporation for public broadcasting and the estate of Joan Kroc whose bequest serves as.
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"He's not undermining our Bill per se. He's undermining with the American public ones. Among many other things the Bill would require automatic voter registration and boost the cloud of small donors in elections. It would tell the supreme court to get a code of ethics and it would make the president release his tax returns. Peter Overby NPR news, Washington financial markets have been worried about a slowing economy. But Steve Bucknor says the December employment report shows continued strength in hiring and wages. Whatever. Other economic strains and fishers may concern Wall Street the job market remains robust for now. The unemployment rate rose two tenths to three point nine percent. But the Labor Department attributes that to an upsurge of people joining the workforce nonfarm payrolls jumped three hundred thousand far more than expected and the two months prior payrolls were revised up the average workweek increased. And average hourly earnings grew a more rapid four tenths of a percent. They are up three point two percent from a year ago that should help. Support consumers spent. Ending which accounts for two-thirds of GDP for NPR news. I'm Steve back near Chicago councilman Ed Burke could face as much as twenty years in prison. If he's convicted on federal charges released against him on Thursday, the federal complaint charges, the seventy five year old Burke with attempted extortion for corruptly soliciting business for his private law firm Burke is considered a major force in the Chicago council and has served there for fifty years. He's chaired the council's finance committee for the last three decades congressional candidate. Mark Harris says he had a great meeting with election board. Investigators on Thursday, the North Carolina Republican and his attorneys met for about two hours with the investigators who are looking into allegations of fraud in the states ninth congressional district Harris holds an unofficial lead of nine hundred five votes over democrat, Dan mccready on Wall Street at this hour, the Dow Jones is up six hundred sixty five points or two point nine three percents. This is NPR from news. I'm Brian watt. San. Santa Clara county will be extending its homeless shelter services through Tuesday as temperatures dipped close to freezing over the weekend. K Q EDS. Monica summa Yola has more. The county will provide an additional one hundred and fifty beds and also provide four overnight warming locations in San Jose pastor, Scott wagers, which him deliverance ministry. Runs a shelter there. He says, it's helpful when the county steps up, you know, just going to allow people to get indoors. Because being inside know nice like have been lately, it's a lifesaver way. Just said there are nearly seventy six hundred homeless people in Santa Clara county and the numbers continue to increase. While the hardest thing is to move people out of the streets into something else because they've accumulated a lot of stuff they're kind of embedded in their community. Which is using cabinets. Wager said the homeless need more shelter alternatives year round, not just when it's cold. I'm Monica Samaya KiKi. Dee news in Oakland. Officials say crime is down twenty eighteen data show the town's murder rate at its lowest since one thousand nine hundred ninety nine non fatal shootings and robberies also decreased as did rapes. And aggravated assault Oakland. Police captain earthy Joyner says this is the result of intentional shift in policing strategy for us you try to eliminate games. The last six years. The improvements in Oakland mirror homicide trends around the region, but other crimes like commercial auto burglaries are up. I'm Brian watt..
NPR, CIA and President Trump discussed on Mike Gallagher
"Boorda Rico is still recovering from hurricane, Maria, but the Federal Emergency Management agency says, the situation is no longer in emergency Puerto Rico's government disagrees. I'm well king and I'm David Greene, six years ago. The Democratic Party told its candidates in rural areas to show off their guns and political ads. We'll hear why that would be a bad idea today and Aretha Franklin's adopted hometown mourns for loss people in Detroit. Remember how she brought respect to women there to the city itself. It's Friday, August seventeenth singer, Belinda Carlisle. From the go. Go's turns sixty. The news is next. Live from NPR. News in Washington I'm korva Coleman about a dozen former intelligence officials are speaking out after the White, House revoked the. Security clearance a former CIA director John Brennan, he's repeatedly clashed with the president calling Trump's failure to denounce Russian interference in US
Oklahoma Governor Amends State's Medical Marijuana Law
"Expensive it's expensive right now so so you, know what's the proper line between industry. Success and access to patients that's chip Paul with. A group Oklahoma's for hell lawmakers and medical marijuana advocates are trying to, drop the legal framework for Oklahoma's medical marijuana laws the group plans to meet each Wednesday the state, capital meetings are open to the public the state board of health takes. Another stab at, medical marijuana rules yesterday the board approved new rules to replace ones that were signed into, law by, governor Fallon last month. Banning the sale of smokable marijuana and requiring dispensaries to hire a pharmacist the new guidelines eliminate those requirements and also drop. Regulation that women of, childbearing? Age undergo a pregnancy test. Norman police say a missing man they, were trying to locate has, been found Thirty-seven-year-old Anthony, Bucknor hadn't been seen, since mid-july. It's a big shopping. Weekend coming up Oklahoma's annual sales tax holiday starts tomorrow and continues through Sunday clothes and shoes will be exempt from sales tax each, item must be less. Than one hundred dollars President Trump is reaching into Oklahoma to fill the, position of his top science advisor he's. Nominated university of Oklahoma meteorologist Kevin drug admire to. Be director of the office of science and technology policy girl Ghimire currently, serves as Oklahoma cabinet secretary of science and technology the nomination requires Senate confirmation state auditor inspector Jerry, Jones says a recent audit of the Oklahoma department of veterans affairs is. Most troubling he, cites an apparently constant threat of employees being fired or afraid that they can do certain, things or, make you'll make comments. That that may decker employment is the third off In five years for the agency and. It recommends increased board oversight and improved. Communications within the OD VA From the Katie okay weather. Center and the four warn storm team sunny today and back to more. Of a reality for summer temperatures looking for a high of ninety to a low around sixty. Seven tonight tomorrow we'll be mostly sunny with a high. About ninety five and a low around seventy one and on Saturday we have a. Slight chance of storms otherwise it'll be. Partly cloudy with a high about ninety..
Over 1000 gather to honor the late Barbara Bush
"Global economy brings risks steve beck ner has more four now finance ministers and central bank chiefs are upbeat saying global growth is stronger and increasingly broadbased thanks to a strong rebound an investment and trade but the imf policymaking body in a communique cautions risks are skewed to the downside beyond the next several quarters with china and others vowing to retaliate if the us lifts tariffs they warn rising financial vulnerabilities increasing trade and geopolitical tensions and mounting debt burdens threatened growth in contrast to the group's october statement the fed gets a green light to keep raising interest rates as inflation rises to its two percent target for npr news i'm steve bucknor in houston today more than thousand mourners gathered at an episcopal church to pay their respects to former first lady barbara bush she was remembered for her wit and her two nasty she died this week at the age of ninety two she was the wife of one former president the mother of another houston public media's media's andrew schneider has more eight pall bearers including six grandsons bore the casket of mrs bush from the front doors of saint martin's episcopal church to the hearse waiting outside behind them president george w bush pushed a wheelchair carrying his father president george h w bush mrs bush has remaining children grandchildren and their spouses waited as a police honor guard saluted as the hurst departed the family boarded a caravan of suv's and the procession to college station began their mrs bush was buried on the grounds of the bush presidential library near her daughter robin for npr news i'm andrew schneider in houston and you're listening to npr news from washington and this is wnyc in new york i'm sean carlson syracuse university has permanently expelled a fraternity over an offensive video that fraternity members say was intended as satire the university announced the expulsion of the fate of tau chapter on its website today chancellor kent sovereign called the theta tau video quote racist antisemitic homophobic ablest and sexist cyber read said disciplinary actions against the individual students involved could include suspension or expulsion the fraternity apologized for the video yesterday instead its members believe racism quote has no place on a university campus new jersey governor phil murphy signed a bill yesterday that bans oil and.
Suicide attack in Kabul as Afghans mark national holiday
"The new york conversation from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly authorities in texas say a twenty four year old man believed responsible for a series of bombings in austin blew himself up this morning as officers closed in he was traced to a hotel in round rock along interstate thirty five that's not far from the capital austin's police chief says the suspect detonated an explosive device inside his vehicle has a swat team approached reports out of afghanistan saying explosion in kabul has killed at least eight people npr's diaa hadid says the blast comes on the first day of the persian new year which is celebrated across the country the bumming came on what's name to be one of the happiest days in afghanistan the suicide bomber tried to target residents who was celebrating knows the passion new year but he was halted near kabul university so he detonated his explosives they're both isis and the taliban operating the capital find to gain attention three devastating attacks another hike in us interest rates is expected to be announced today when the federal reserve wraps up its latest policy meeting under new fed chair jerome powell steve bucknor reports wall street isn't overly concerned about rates going up again they're greater fear is that it might threaten to move more than the previously planned three times this year they will closely parse the fed's policy statement it's rate projections and powell's press briefing comments i'm dave mattingly in washington i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york good morning the national weather service says he should a winter storm warning and they are build blasios canceling school for everyone's safety because it could be such a big storm because again it could hit during school hours we want to be ahead of it snow fall anywhere between twelve to eighteen inches could fall in the area with about fourteen predicted for the five boroughs local airlines are.
Hillary Clinton treated for minor injury in India
"Lawmakers quote don't hold your breath peter kenyon npr news this is npr hillary clinton said to be nursing a minor injury that she sustained while terrain western india she reportedly was in the hospital briefly before being released no word on what clinton was treated for but she also had another mishap earlier this week video shows two men helping her down uneven stares at a palace in central india after she tripped clinton ended up killing offer sandals the former secretary of state and democratic presidential nominee still talks about her election lost donald trump in a speech over the weekend she took verbal jabs at the president saying he has an affinity for dictators trump frequently talks about clinton as well consumer spending has been unexpectedly sluggish lately but steve bucknor says an upturn in consumer confidence could herald stronger spending in coming months searches of goods and services account for two thirds of gross domestic product so it has been a source of concern that consumer spending has been cooling retail sales unexpectedly dropped for the third straight month in february largely because of falling sales of motor vehicles and parts the weakness surprised analysts who thought low unemployment and tax cuts would spur consumption and caused them to mark down their gdp forecasts but the university of michigan's closelywatched consumer sentiment index jumped to a fourteen year high in a preliminary emerge reading the index is considered a leading indicator of future consumer spending for npr news i'm steve back near the dow is up ninety.
Syrian army splinters rebel enclave in Ghouta onslaught
"Live from NPR News in Washington on Giles Snyder, the Syrian government assault on the rebel-held enclave of eastern Gouda is continuing today with airstrikes in fierce fighting on the ground. A two largest rebel groups in eastern Kuta vowed to resist the army's offensive. But the BBC Sebastian Osher reports save lost more than half of the enclave's territory in the past couple of weeks of fighting the Syrian government since it seized move in half of eastern Gutu in this ferocious, three-week assault move in one thousand civilians have already been killed. That will move casualties of the night, is as strikes continued despite residents taking refuge in that basements. The most intense battle seems to be on the eastern edge of the area still under rebel control. This is the stronghold of one of the two main rebel groups fighting back a rough men part of the free Syrian army. There are reports that local leaders on the go, She eighteen and evacuation deal for one of the towns that final. Rodman has denied this vowing to fight on as the fighting in eastern Gouda intensifies Defense Secretary James Mattis as warning the Syrian Government against the use of chemical weapons. Mattis told reporters traveling with him in the Middle East said, he's aware of unconfirmed reports of the use of chlorine gas President Trump took his message on his tariffs. He's planning to impose on steel and aluminum imports to Pennsylvania. Steel country spoke last night in western Pennsylvania at a campaign rally M moon Township aimed at boosting the Republican candidate in Tuesday's special election for a house seat. When we start running in, Can you believe it two years from now is drawing, Give me key America, gray exclamation by Keep America. Trump spoke about the tariffs amid international concern about how they would affect the global economy. He also sounded optimistic about his potential meeting with North Korea's leader. The house will vote this week on a school safety Bill drafted in response to the Parkland school shooting. The bill supporters say it could help prevent such violence as an Pierre Susan Davis reports. The stopped school Violence Act is the first action congresses taking since the February fourteen shooting at a Florida high school left seventeen dead. The legislation does not affect gun rights. It establishes a federal grant program to train students. Teachers and other school administrators had identify and intervene when an individual shows early signs of violence, The bill's chief sponsor, Florida. Republican Congressman, John Rutherford is a former Jacksonville Sheriff. He says, the bill is intended to stop violent attacks before they can occur Utah Republican. Senator Orrin Hatch has sponsored a similar bill in the Senate, but there is no vote scheduled there yet, Susan Davis, NPR News, the capital from Washington, You're listening to NPR News. Wall Street is heading into the trading week after a rally on Friday, Steve back Noor says, the Labor Department's report at three hundred thirteen thousand jobs were added to the US economy last month was welcome news on Wall Street. It seems rumors of the bull markets demise were premature following a week in which trade war fears caused heavy selling. Investors were relieved when President Trump softened his stiff tariffs on steel and aluminum, and they were thrilled by the employment report even though non-farm payroll surged and more people entered the labour force wage gains were moderate and that helped calm Wall Street fears of aggressive Federal Reserve interest rate hikes with Friday strong finish The DOW ended the week up by three and a quarter percent The S and P's higher by three and a half and the NASDAQ by more than four percent For NPR News. I'm Steve Bucknor and Beijing today lawmakers said China's annual session of Parliament. The National People's Congress approved constitutional changes that would abolish term limits on the presidency. Nearly three thousand hand-picked delegates approved the amendment the move would allow Xi Jinping to serve as president indefinitely moving to Japan which is marking today's seventh anniversary of the earthquake that said office, who NAMI the killed more than eighteen thousand people and caused a partial meltdown of the Pook Oshima nuclear power plant at the official ceremony in Tokyo today prime minister in Prime Minister Shinzo Ave said more than seventy thousand people remain displaced. I'm trial Snyder NPR News.