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"camp lejeune marine" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
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"camp lejeune marine" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"You know if anyone wants to look Camp Lejeune Marine. Base and they. They have A. Camp Lejeune North Carolina Yeah Yeah. Gosh I've been there. I did a triathlon there. I did an internship at Duke University, and so I did like every triathlon I could find in North Carolina and that time the water remember competing Camp Lejeune I'm sure I must of women it well from like nineteen, sixty five to nineteen, eighty five. It was just absolutely terrible. They had thirty up to thirty five hundred times the normal safety. Contamination? Limits on just a whole list of different toxins, radioactive material, and so forth, and so my mother was. During that period of time, and then my first two years of life, and I've always been a little challenged a lot of asthma and allergies and. You know eventually I was in put in. Basically learning disability classes, and this was in Hawaii right, so she grew up in why, so we moved out to Hawaii seven. My Dad was a marine. and. And live there all the way through college, and so it was an awesome place to grow up, but it wasn't so awesome to be in special education classes there because they they loo-. They lumped everybody either your normal, or you're like in these basically retard classes. And and so it was, it was challenging in a lot of ways as my my self esteem, you know it was a very difficult time getting getting through that and then. But it gave me a lot of Dr. you've got a. we have a mutual friend in in common Dan POMPA. Dr To Dan Yorke show. Besides helping me with with detox. His products are amazing. He's just a wonderful person as well and he and I share a lot of similarities with Special Education Dyslexia, and so forth, and and you know the pain purpose is just really rings for me. Yeah, that that's his catch. Rice paid the purpose. It is yeah, and you know I think we're all given these challenges in life you know and it's like it's all about how you how you deal with it, and then you know if we grow from it and we learned from it, and then we can. Move that forward and help other people you know and there's been a lot of challenges that I've had that have allowed me to you know learn how to overcome them and then help lots of other people with those challenges as well. The lyman mold was something that developed later on. Yeah. So that was in like two, thousand, seven, two, thousand, eight I, just got really sick, and I had no idea what was wrong with me, and it was, it was a double challenge, because I was I, was already practicing I had a clinic, and that people coming in from all over, and you know supposed to be the guy that had all the answers, but I was just sick, and I was going to all these different doctors and nobody. Really knew what I got diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis, because I had just severe joint pain. You know it was so bad that I remember sitting on a bench bench one time in watching somebody just walked by and it just like I didn't even know it was like to walk normally at that Taj so it was just so severe and and then I finally tested myself for lime, and I tested myself for a variety of viruses and my Epstein. Barr virus was. was just through the roof, and so I just had multiple infections, which is classic with people with line, because your immune system isn't functioning, so you just accumulate all these infections oh? Yeh, in who is something I've actually been setting up on recently because I've I've been shocked at the connection that the deeper into his rabbit hole. I go between AB sago virus, lime, mold, heavy metals and em ethics. Bolger like this whole issue. I don't know if you're electro hypersensitive. But those type of of co-infections. If that's what you want to call, them tend to be really aggravated by EMS exposures well well. You know there's some you know some ideas, the. Might make the violence a little bit more with the viruses. You know the EMF. There's different. Different things and with mole to same thing they've done. They've done some studies where they exposed mold to to emf exposure and they. They see that there's a much higher variance so. Yeah for people that are with health I. Think getting themselves out of you know Wifi and turning off your Wi fi router at night. I mean you've covered this and a lot of your pod. We've gone through that where staring at a dirty electronically filter right now the computer is plugged into and and that's. The whole thing is a topic for another day but I certainly think that you know specifically when you look at the voltage gated calcium channels on the cell and the steep influx of calcium that occurs and the impact that has on Mighty Qendra, overall cellular function. Then you pair that with an infection or heavy metal or lime or virus, and you're essentially debilitating the body's ability to be able to respond while at the same time weakening its defenses, so yeah, it's a it's an issue, but but we digress so you. You were sick with all these issues, but you also have this unique combination car, practic dock, and also a naturopathic physician. So, how did that all happen? Well originally. I graduated from chiropractic school and then started to you know. Get involved with functional neurology through the Carrick Institute and it's a very high level of. Doing specific types of adjustments and different neurological exercises in doing a lot of work with neuro plasticity. You know so a lot of patients that we treat with this technique were we're not doing as many adjustments as you would think you know it's. A lot of times people would come and watch these types of procedures and they wouldn't really recognize it as traditional chiropractic work. But when you're able to activate the brain and the very specific way. You can create some amazing changes. That can really balanced neurology.
"camp lejeune marine" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"From the bahamas on what hurricane dorian has already done to those islands with the death toll there rising significantly tonight to a new total of thirty victims and we have the latest tracking tonight about what hurricane dorian might do next as it approaches the carolinas we have our live live report in a moment from wilmington north carolina which is bracing for a possible direct hit from hurricane dorian. The mayor of wilmington will join us and we'll also get the latest from the bahamas homicide on a situation that is turning more tragic by the hour we begin with what you need to know right now about what hurricane dorian might do next and for for that we turn to meteorologist bill cairns built. What is the latest right now. We're waiting to see if we're going to get landfall overnight lawrence. That's the big dramatic thing will the highest. I wins the one hundred mph winds. Will they move on shore or stay offshore. That'll be the big determination of how much damage we have in eastern north carolina when we all wake up tomorrow morning so during the day day today the storm brushed by areas of south carolina and i brushed it left. It's mark almost three hundred thousand people without power but it didn't do a lot of significant damage with the storm surge that was one thing we were concerned about the charleston area and even savannah for that matter and that was okay and we have we can did a little bit. We're now. We're down to one hundred mile per hour. Maximum sustained winds gust could still get up there about one hundred in twenty if you're in the worst of the storm and that's the question who's going to be in the worst of the storm as we go throughout the next four hours. We're gonna parallel. The coastline that northern is very close closed areas around wilmington rights bill beach go through oslo county the camp lejeune marine base there north topsil beach and then we could possibly get that landfall here carter at county near atlantic beach morehead city the beaufort area where the cedar island ferry takes you out here towards ocracoke. That's where we're going to be watching the possibility of the highest wind and so far they mentioned it. It hasn't been that dramatic with the winds even willing to you're not that far from the center but you're wizar- only gusting fifty-five were forty-three.
"camp lejeune marine" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Chairman. Thank you. We go to Norma Torres of California. Thank you. Mr. Chairman. I do have a couple of questions that I that. I hope both of you. Well comment on and I'm sorry to to be jumping continents. Mr billingsley. I'm very concerned about the current situation in water Malla, as you may already know the president of water Malla, president Morales has been working with a group of corrupt politicians to undermine the fight against corruption there, specifically the work of c sag I worry that if we don't do more to deter this backsliding of the rule of law. Water Malla could break down into chaos, and we could see the real crisis or even bigger crisis at our southern border. So my question is what is the role of Sam? Sanctions in our policy towards water Malla in what kind of sanctions would be most effective in making clear that the US will not stand idly while watermelon president and his cronies allows years the progress to be turned back utilizing our own equipment. That was gifted to them. So congresswoman you've put your finger on a really crucial issue. Ultimately, the department of state in responsible for CCA again and the reformation process there, but we're watching the situation very closely. The tools we have would include among other things if we if we identify Nanteuil institution that's being used a launder funds. And it's touching the US system than the various provisions of the Patriot Act available to us to go after. We do expect and demand that Guatemala implementing money laundering regimes reforms, and then in the event that we see in the document and working with the prosecutor can document corruption actions, the global Magnitsky act in particular is is the tool that we use. To to impose consequences on people for those kinds of actions. I certainly hope that your office is closely watching the actions. Very alarm at what is going on right now with the army mobilizing within the capital. I think. Thank you congresswoman, we are very concerned about what is going on in Guatemala, and we are looking at C sake. The US supports a reform see sake, we wanna see more transparency oversight and accountability. It's an institution. It's a it's an entity that should transfer more of its capacity back to the institutions, but we do share your concerns, and we are monitoring the situation closely. And that sure what you mean by transparency, although I do agree that more of their work after ten years should should have been already transfer to the watermelon institutions. However, I do want to point to you. And I'm sure you already know I don't have to educate you on. This is that they the watermelon. Congress has not been able to pass laws to address their own issues of corruption and transparency so how. How do we unlike ground? Do we stand to say transfer the power of authority to an institution that has shown that they are willing to be on the record to find themselves or to refuse to allow themselves to be put before a court to investigate their own crimes. When you raise a very good point. And that's exactly what we're looking at. We do wanna find ways to increase the oversight and accountability for the entire situation at please don't miss that. Mark. I think. A lot of times. We've done a great job. But sometimes we have it's like head in the sand. And when we don't send a very very clear message, then we end up with people coming to their own understanding on things that we do not want to empower the drug cartels, and we don't want to empower what is happening there now. So I want to just be very clear with both of you that if we don't do anything. Now, if we continue to stand idle and allow them to to to move forward with their effort of intimidating reporters of intimidating human rights, people there activists. Then we are responsible for what ends up happening there, and we will continue to be responsible for the number of children that are being held in ice cages in our southern border. And that is what we need that is the bigger picture that we can't lose sight of. And this chairman I've ran out of time. So thank you congresswoman tourists. Thank you. And again, we think our panel and the committee stands journ, we'll see everyone at twelve thirty four our markup. Alive. House foreign affairs committee hearing on oversight of US sanctions policy was meniscus. Sing the assistant secretary of state for economic and business affairs and Marshall Billingsley the assistant Treasury Secretary for terrorist financing and financial crimes as you heard the house foreign affairs committee will reconvene in about ten minutes a little less for a meeting on documents request for the US Russia meeting between President Trump and Russian President Putin. Again, leads back that to begin at about twelve thirty until then will listen to some of this morning's Washington journal as we spoke about some preparations in a couple of states for hurricane Florence. Representative rob Wittman he serves on the armed services and natural resources committee, the Republican of Virginia. Good morning. Good morning. Pedro could you talk about the areas of the Commonwealth, particularly were you serve and how they might be affected by Florence. Absolutely. Where the governor has done an evacuation. What's called Zona? Those are the very low lying areas. So places like Mathews county and precaution. There's a mandatory evacuation those are areas most likely to be affected by storm surge and even by heavy amounts of rain. So that has been put in place by the governor, local emergency services coordinators are monitoring those areas to make sure that citizens know what they can and cannot expect. If wins over forty miles an hour. There will not be first responders available to go to those areas. So all those all those issues are taking care of with those those local governments the second area is with our military. So they're naval station. Norfolk ships have been. Sentece? So the two aircraft carrier the George H W Bush, and the ABRAHAM LINCOLN had been sent Lucy as long as well as fourteen other surface ships, and those are the dishes. There are fifteen ships that are there at the shipyards that are being maintained. So those are being secured. Rear Admiral rock, who's the navy commander for the mid Atlantic has also set conditions for several ships that are there that can't go to see those that are under maintenance. So those are cruisers and destroyers, and there aren't a what's called heavy mooring, which means they're disconnected from the pier they're anchored. They're disconnected from shore power because there's a likelihood that the water will come over the peers, their sailors are on board and those ships are running under their own power. The coast guard is also designated for four ports not in our area. But in North Carolina and maybe later for Virginia. What's called conditions Zulu, which means ships cannot leave or come into these into these harbor, so those those main ports have been closed there in the Carolinas. So we see as the storm approaches more and more things being done to to safeguard the ships that are there and shipping traffic that goes back and forth. So those efforts have been put into place, and and also other. Military bases around is you know, aircraft have been moved out. So whether it's cherry point, whether it's camping journey that was places. Those aircraft have been moved out also their Camp Lejeune Marine Corps. Families have been told that they can stay on base. But they've also opened up shelters there.
"camp lejeune marine" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Down one hundred and eighty six points. Right now last time I checked it was down. To sixty so it's coming back. I don't know where it will end the day we have another twenty four minutes the reason why. The Dow fell today is the president has ratcheted up tensions, between, this country, Turkey he increased tariffs that he instituted in March on Turkish metals aluminum. And steel and he has now doubled or he's making plans to, double those tariffs the, Turkish currency in response has plummeted. And with Turkey being Part. Of NATO this is of concern to the general market and one of the big issues is not only. The the being the holding of an American pastor and Turkey for. The last two years the Turks. Accused him the Turkish government. Have having been part of that, coup attempt back in two thousand sixteen which he denies but also Turkey it appears, wants to, buy, a Russian missile defense system and the concern in. Congress is that they will have American technology and they may. Pass some of the vulnerabilities of Turkish air of US aircraft to the. Russians as part of this deal so it creates. This sort of gray area where. You're buying defense systems or offensive systems from both Howard and might you be selling our secrets to. Them along the way so that is part of it he, was, tweeting as, always I know this is a shocker but he he went on and. The an addition to this about the he says our relation With Turkey are not good at this time and then he warned about it he mentioned the pastor pastor. Andrew bonds Brunson a great Christian family man are wonderful human being he is suffering greatly this innocent man. Of faith should be released immediately the thing about Turkey that's so. Weird John is you know in. That area is one of. The historically secular governments with a, big sort of religious constituency that is to say there's a you know the people, are religious A big. Chunk, of the, Muslim community. That's there but doesn't really see sharia, law implemented by the government but that's beginning to change their now sort of. Saying, goodbye to secularism there they are but, also early on, is not necessarily going to win the. Nobel peace prize strongman, yeah he. Is and and we don't know where he stands right now now he responded before the. Tariffs came down he, sent, out our before the tweets did yeah he came out with his own yeah last Thursday late, Thursday so late last night. Before. The tweet the Turkish president said he would stand, up to pressure from the United. States quote there are various campaigns being carried, out don't heed them don't forget if they have. Their dollars we have. Our people our God we are working hard look. At what we were sixteen years ago. And look, at us, now he told supporters yeah there you go look at our God that something you would not. Have heard a Turkish, president say, a few, years ago exactly my My point and they even describe some. Of their their latest, involvement in. The war Syria as a jihad show all of a sudden you're hearing a lot of. That extreme religious rhetoric, out, of a out of a government that wasn't religious prior to this well I'm glad the Rams, at least scored eight seven. Points. Less Only exhibition Jay now I know it's it's make, believe football but it's still. You like you still want to win I know doesn't count but apparently at least to Miami Dolphins kneeled and one stood with a raised fist. During, the anthem Thursday and the president went to, town on that He tweeted the NFL players are at it again want to show their outrage something most. Of, them are, on able to define who I don't know. But I think they're quite able to define it in half and then he went on to, say find another, way, to protest stand, proudly find another way, to, protest and proudly for your national anthem or. Be. Suspended without pay well I, mean you said. It a couple of days ago I think when you said you know the. Flag stands for. Their ability to to not stand although you, said look I'd. I'd stand, but, you, were saying look but I. Also would respect those who don't right if you don't wanna stand that's you're right, if, I don't want, to buy your. Jersey or go to your football games that's? My? Right if I wanna fire you from the team that's my right you. Know, it's it's we all have these rights, I do think Dak Prescott made a good point which. I kind of feel, like okay we get it we get it can we move this to the next level right it's, time for the movement to evolve to the other Place right and now there's sort of this like every are you going to kneel, I don't think I want to kneel, anymore but I feel like I. Got an you know yeah you're right there social pressure from within. That crew which is hey man how come you're not kneeling. No you know what I mean and, so it's become about the, anthem and, whether or not you're gonna be kneeling instead of the the goal which was to raise. Awareness, to the, issue that they were trying to bring awareness. To you know we had a little bit of a well I wasn't a debate I miss, I miss understood, when, I was talking, about you were like, you, know they play the anthem everywhere and I stopped. You called and said I, can't get enough. Of that song every time I hear it I choke up I love I. Love the flag. My sons and marine blah blah blah blah, me too I. I wasn't, contesting, that, of course I choke up. Also I was just suggesting that at the time it's not that we don't all, feel, that same patriotism, my God remember. When Whitney Houston sang the national anthem during? The? The start of the Iraqi war and you felt like Man this is you couldn't help but. Be choked, up because they're reflected show much we all. Have the pride in. The country. But by the. Same token I was just sharing if you, go to, North Korea for example they'll, play the national anthem all the time, they'll play it before movies in South Korea so at some point. You ahead we're, we're finding. The anthem too much I I leave that, aside, I'm, not, arguing whether or. Not, they play the anthem. Too much, they do I think. Maybe conflict the anthem with a lot of other things besides freedom and a lot of the values, that America. Has traditionally I like having that I mean I just kind of think it's a moment for you to remember The service I I wonder. If you've made it the military then you have but that's not. Originally really, what it's about I, get that I get that but it's a moment to, say are we I think it's also a moment to say how lucky. Are we unless you're a black man who has a bad, confrontation, with the white. Police officer but how, lucky are we to live in this. Country, and and I do think you know it's I think it will belittle what. Colin Kaepernick started if it just kind of. Continues the same thing every, Sunday they're taking a. Knee right if it doesn't move, to the, next if it doesn't move to the next. Place I would agree that that that there's. An issue it is, an important, thing, it is important to recognize also. That, we are all Americans. Together you know I think that's important and I think everybody's so busy calling. Each other names and I know even what I've just shut him on the air here he's gonna to me a bunch of blow, back on the oh. You liberal, either so much name calling but we are all Americans stand together Either either, literally or figuratively as we recognize our patriotism and we, speak our minds without fear for the most part and that's an again. It we all have the right to speak our opinions and, I, think that I. Think the kneeling was, important I had no problem with it But, it's sort of like all right now what Neely it's. Like it's like a hashtag or Sending thoughts and prayers or you know what okay now what Valid Camp Lejeune marine, of base says Mark are you kidding they make, you stop whatever you're doing here when the anthem comes on. We're all trying to be, inside doing something else for that when. The anthem comes on no, one sees we're not saluting, stopping so even? A million military he, has the right to you know what if he's. A marine he doesn't have he can do whatever he want. He gets, a free pass. By my son doesn't want vote I'm. Like that's all right you're, doing more, than. Your civic duty you're doing your military Judy. You know whatever I know what was like? The football player was? It. On, the Oh which was it onto the patriots the. Guy who, ran out of. The tunnel because he's a reservist and. Came to attend to stop, what he, was. Doing came to attention when the anthem was. Being played all right I. Think, we've beaten that horse checkup patriotism. My flags bigger than yours when we come back the Natia experiment that included a special note we'll get into that next. Gary and Shannon show Mark.
"camp lejeune marine" Discussed on KQED Radio
"America TCI has, been used, to clean grease off of metal pieces of machines and auto parts and toys for two decades. At the view master plan the workers dumped, the use chemical on the, ground were leaked into the drinking water well that's according to a two thousand. And four federal report it. Just was worst case scenario, we found out at thanksgiving two thousand and, one and he passed away Shortly after Valentine's Day this report from the agency. For toxic substances and disease registry estimated up to a quarter, million view master workers may have been exposed, at TC federal and state studies have found TC links to cancer elsewhere. At the Camp Lejeune marine base in North Carolina. And a toxic dump site in, Massachusetts that's the subject of the. Movie a civil, action, starring John Travolta he, plays a lawyer for pollution victims seeking restitution money I'm not going to just throw out numbers so you can say no to them you'll have two million but at the Oregon view master plant just. Five, workers got settlement money. From the company in two thousand eleven that's including the family of Amanda Evans Healy she says others didn't sue or. That the statute, of limitations. Ran out how do you, think about all the families didn't get anything I feel. Horrible, I I really really had hoped to do a lot. More I still hope someday that. Something can be done one, of those something's to, her is banning use The EPA. Declared it a human carcinogen back in. Twenty eleven and two years ago at proposed a ban for certain uses including cleaning metals which became a problem for some companies toxic chemical expert Jason Marshall at the university of Massachusetts Lowell says. Companies have long loved this chemical, they didn't have, to think about. What they were doing with the cleaning they just dropped. It in and came back and it was clean and many companies have invested in, pricey degreasing machines that. Use TC when they have, a large piece of equipment that cost millions of dollars they're not willing to drop. That solvent if they've just purchased this. Chemical, industry lobbying, groups challenged the position arguing that the agencies direct link between. TC cancer is quote erroneous the halogenated solvents industry alliance representing? TC makers and. Users, wrote the, EPA saying quote we judge the epidemiologic evidence. To be neither convincing nor strong this past winter. The agency under the Trump administration took the proposed He ban and moved it to the, court long-term action, list along with two other proposed chemical, bands what does. That mean Scott Faber is with a, nonprofit, environmental, working group hibernation indefinite delay storing. Away your attic there's an enormously strong record that TC is a known. Carcinogen so there was really no reason for the delay these bands two industry groups the American chemistry council the halogenated solvents industry alliance declined comment for this story the EPA told us in a statement at, TC uses in the proposed ban will now be folded into a longer term, evaluation so Washington chemical attorney, Lindbergh's and says the real world is already changing Home Depot for instance is removing products that have TCI she says companies make these calls often, they, can make a decision based on their own appetite for risk. And their commitment, to simply not supplying products that contain chemicals that Are believed pose. Risk because, it's against their corporate creed even though that may not be far enough for those seeking to banned t for good in Beaverton Oregon I'm Scott Tong for marketplace.
"camp lejeune marine" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"Of tomorrow head to planet them dot com. Today, planet him or big ideas and mobility are born. This is marketplace. I may me Scott. Some eighty thousand chemicals are registered for use in this country, so you might be surprised to know the government has banned only five chemicals in the last four decades because of health risks. A couple years ago, congress beefed up the toxic chemicals law and the government made plans to restrict the use of one dubbed t. c. e. the EPA considers a human carcinogen, but under the Trump administration, that effort has been delayed from the marketplace. Sustainability desk got tongue reports from the town of Beaverton. Oregon outside Portland, a man. Evans, Healy remembers her dad having one of the best jobs 'cause it was at the toy factory. He was creative director Pacific -ly at the view, master plan that side of Portland, it made those red three d. picture viewers that were once the rage Jimmy's me at the site. It's now a strip mall, but from the nineteen fifties to the nineties. It was a toy, fantasy land. One day we all gathered in the front employee parking lot, and helicopter landed and Mickey Mouse and Pluto, Donald Duck, gut out. And that was huge later in her car. She says her father worked there more than two decades. And then in two thousand one, he was diagnosed with liver cancer. And he said, well, not feeling too well, and I think it's related to the water I drink at work three years prior the factory announced that its water was laced with toxic chemical trichloroethylene or c. e. the factory closed in two thousand all across industrial America. TC has been used to clean grease off. Pieces of machines and auto parts and toys for two decades. At the view, master plant the workers dumped the use, chemical on the ground were leaked into the drinking water. Well, that's according to a two thousand four federal report. It just was worse case scenario. We found out at thanksgiving, two thousand and one, and he passed away shortly after Valentine's Day. This report from the agency for toxic substances and disease registry. Estimated up to a quarter million view. Master workers may have been exposed TC, federal and state studies have found TC links to cancer elsewhere at the Camp Lejeune marine base in North Carolina and a toxic dump site in Massachusetts. That's the subject of the movie, a civil action, starring John Travolta. He plays a lawyer for pollution victim seeking restitution money. I'm not going to just throw out numbers so you can say no to them, you'll have to come up with the number eight million. But at the Oregon view, master plant just five workers got settlement money from the company in two thousand eleven as including the family of Amanda, Evan. Healy, she says, others didn't sue or that the statute of limitations ran out. How do you think about all the families who didn't get anything? I feel horrible. I, I really, really had hoped to do a lot more. I still hope someday that something can be done. One of those something's to her is banning TC, use the EPA declared it a human carcinogen Beck in twenty eleven in two years ago at proposed a ban for certain uses, including cleaning metals, which became a problem for some companies, toxic chemical expert. Jason Marshall at the university of Massachusetts, Lowell, says, companies have long loved this chemical. They didn't have to think about what they were doing with the cleaning. They just dropped it in and came back and it was clean and many companies have invested in pricey degreasing machines that use TC when they have the large piece of equipment that caused the millions of dollars, they're not willing to drop that solvent if they've just purchased this chemical industry, lobbying groups challenged the position, arguing that the agencies..
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"News time eight eight nineteen right now it's sixty three degrees in boston we're going to see a rather cloudy and cool day with some showers especially in the afternoon highs of sixty four degrees downtown to our top stories now one person is dead two others injured following a shooting in lynn overnight near lawton avenue lynn police are still investigating and looking for suspects president trump is accusing the news media of overlooking angel families they are families of loved ones killed by illegal immigrants i sends out a memo claiming that five hundred children have been reunited with their families several agencies are working to set up a more organized reunification process and a group of twenty democratic members of congress are visiting the us mexico border in texas today they're touring a border patrol station processing center and an ice detention center massachusetts representatives mike kep yano and katherine clark are among the group wbz news it's time eight twenty boston school superintendent tommy chang is stepping down wbz's don huff says there were many issues that led to his decision mayor marty walsh says he and chang of mutually agreed there needs to be a change in leadership wbz tv's john keller says things have not gone smoothly for chang since you came on board three years ago a been becoming increasingly concerned about a number of if you will botched managerial initiatives the slow roll out of cape programs like the new school building effort and a school breakfast program irregularities in student activity accounts a change in school start times you may recall that had to be withdrawn after public outcry the mayor is expected to name an interim superintendent in the near future don huff wbz newsradio ten thirty a camp lejeune marine could soon be forced out of the marine corps after he participated in the white supremacist rally held in charlotte spill virginia last summer cbs's dory zuck reports on his court marshal the silliest pistola has been convicted at a court martial of disobeying orders and making false statements for which he was reduced from lance corporal to private first class will lose two thirds of his pay for one month and spend twenty eight days in suspension but a usmc spokesman says the marine corps is likely to force him out eventually he bragged online of cracking skulls during unite the right and was captured on film clubbing counter protester with the poll of a confederate flag pistola was a member of adam kaufman division a neo nazi group with members and associates charged in five murders and a bomb plot the court martial came after the nonprofit newsroom propublica and frontline pbs reported in may that the stolis was a member of neo nazi group and bragged about violence he committed at the rally the teeth communications executive for net flicks is now out of a job abc's todd ant tells us why met flick ceo reed hastings fire the company's chief communications executive jonathan freedland because he used the n word twice in a memo to employees confirmed by net flicks hastings says freedland i used the word several months ago in a meeting with public relations staff freedland use the word again during an hr meeting call to address the first incident friedland who has white confirmed in tweets that he was leaving the company saying he was insensitive and speaking with his team about words that offend in comedy hastings wrote the second incident quote confirmed a deep lack of understanding todd ant abc news this supreme court adopts new rules for cell phone tracking they now say police generally need a search warrant if they want to track criminal suspects movements by collecting information about where they use their cellphones justices split decision five to four on friday is a victory for privacy in the digital age the ruling is a major change from the old days when a thorn could go to the phone company and obtain information about the numbers dialed from a home telephone without presenting a warrant chief justice john roberts wrote the majority opinion joined by the courts for liberals voting degration tolerance cran family separation trump signed an executive order to end to like to see families separating ongoing debated need an executive orders simply pick up the phone call jeff sessions and say stop the policy the lingering controversies finally secure our border the newswatch never stops wbz newsradio ten thirty abc news time eight twenty three that's out means it's time for traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the.