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"canadian auto workers" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"canadian auto workers" Discussed on KCRW

"And flooding destroyed homes and livelihoods each year will incentives to rebuild start to change How individual people respond to climate change is becoming less of a political question Less of a question of sort of faith and science and more of a pocketbook issue the climate emergency and are rapidly shifting emotional and physical landscape. All ahead on W's life examined. Lie from NPR news. I'm Barbara Klein President, Trump says later Today. Hill name is nominee to fill the Supreme Court vacancy, dismissing calls to wait until after the election fewer than six weeks away. As NPR's Giles Snyder reports, The president is making the move to fill the seat. A campaign rally cry after a marathon day of campaigning that took him to events in Florida, Georgia in the nation's capital. President. Trump wrapped things up Friday evening with a rally in Newport News, Virginia, where he sought to excite his supporters about his potential nominee. You know, they say, the biggest thing you can do Is the appointment of judges but especially the appointment of Supreme Court justices. That's the single biggest. Ah, President Trump has not named his choice to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, but he is widely expected to name Indiana Federal Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. Senate Republicans are pushing for a quick confirmation process against fierce democratic composition. Boyle Snyder. NPR News Another former top national security official, has joined a list of retired officials who are publicly saying President Trump is not up to the job of commander in chief. NPR's Greg Mireille has details. Robert Cardillo writes in The Denver Post. That quote as a commander in chief President Trump comes up tragically short. He also says that Trump's willingness to believe dictators like Vladimir Putin is an unprecedented betrayal of his oath to the constitution until he stepped down last year. Cardillo was head of the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, which analyzes satellite photos. His national security career spanned nearly four decades. In previous presidential elections, former national security officials did not often express a preference, but many are speaking out this year, both for and against Trump. Greg Murray. NPR NEWS Washington Canadian auto workers with the union uniform vote this weekend on a new contract with Ford Motor Company Alex McLennan.

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Canadian auto workers pick Ford as potential strike target

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00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Canadian auto workers pick Ford as potential strike target

"Representing auto workers in Canada says its chosen Ford is its potential strike target is talks on a new contract it underway. Unions contract with the Big Three Detroit car companies expired. 11 59 PM September 21st. Lady in Auto Workers union says that once product commitments from Ford's Assembly plant in Oakville, Ontario, near Toronto,

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Canadian auto workers pick Ford as potential strike target

Guy Gordon

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Canadian auto workers pick Ford as potential strike target

"Is the strike target for the Canadian auto workers in their contract off or does the focus for the Uniform Union and sending a pattern settlement in Canada with the Detroit Three automakers. The strike deadline is September 21st uniforms. President Jerry Dyas says Ford workers at the Oakville, Ontario plants are the most vulnerable because there is no promise to continue building vehicles. Their uniform wants. Commitments for plants, especially electric vehicle production talks began last month. Vacationer. W J R NEWS

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"canadian auto workers" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"canadian auto workers" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Com. A riot at a San Diego prison has left at least ten people injured officials at Donovan state prison say fights involving around fifty inmates broke out Friday morning. Several inmate manufactured weapons were found in the yard. There are no reports of officers among the injured a federal judge is imposing a partial gag order on longtime Trump ally, Roger stone. Judge Amy Berman Jackson ordered stone and lawyers on both sides to refrain from making statements to the media, or in public settings that pose a substantial likelihood of material prejudice to this case. They're also ordered to avoid talking to reporters outside the federal courthouse in Washington, D, C, the colorful and outspoken stone is facing criminal charges related to special counsel Robert Muller's ongoing Russia investigation. Brian shook NBC News Radio PayLess, shoe source will close all. All twenty one hundred stores in the US and Puerto Rico after its liquidation sale begins on Sunday, the company made the announcement Friday becoming the biggest closing by a single chain this year, a spokespersons says the stores will most likely remain open until may General Motors. Canada is calling for talks with officials from the Canadian Auto Workers union uniform. The plan is to talk about benefits for employees at the Oshawa assembly plant that slated to close this year. The automaker issued a statement yesterday saying they're planning to offer workers lump sums up between fifty and sixty thousand dollars along with pensions paid retraining community colleges and more GM Canada is also planning to offer extended benefits and new car vouchers to the Oshawa workers. They also say they want to help people find new jobs elisa's, e NBC News Radio and Jennifer Aniston is okay. After a private jet carrying her Courtney, Cox and other friends was forced to make an emergency landing on Friday. The flight apparently a surprise trip to Mexico for. Her birthday had to land in Ontario. But all are. Okay. Jim Forbes NBC News Radio. There were smoking sections.

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"canadian auto workers" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"canadian auto workers" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Rachel Cordova Sacramento. NBC News Radio. I'm Jim Forbes the death toll in Aurora Illinois stands at six, including the shooter after a man opened fire inside a manufacturing facility where he just lost his job. Authorities say forty five year old Jerry Martin killed five employees at the Henry Pratt company and injured five police officers before dying in a firefight with law enforcement. Gary Martin was waiting for first responders. He apparently started shooting at them from a window. The first officers within a four of them two of them were hit by gunfire. A second wave came through three of them or struck by gunfire for an hour and thirty five minutes that was NBC's Ron Motte. All of the officers are expected to recover from their injuries. Top Democrats are condemning President Trump's declaration of a national emergency at the US Mexico border. An ex cardinal Theodore McCarrick is being defrocked by the Vatican do to sexual misconduct allegations. Jim Forbes NBC. Newsradio a riot. At a San Diego prison has left at least ten people injured officials at Donovan state prison say fights involving around fifty inmates broke out Friday morning. Several inmate manufactured weapons were found in the yard. There are no reports of officers among the injured a federal judge is imposing a partial gag order on longtime Trump ally, Roger stone. Judge Amy Berman Jackson ordered stone and lawyers on both sides to refrain from making statements to the media, or in public settings that pose a substantial likelihood of material prejudice to this case. They're also ordered to avoid talking to reporters outside the federal courthouse in Washington, D, C, the colorful and outspoken stone is facing criminal charges related to special counsel Robert Muller's ongoing Russia investigation. Brian shook NBC News Radio PayLess shoe source will close all twenty one hundred stores in the US and Puerto Rico after its liquidation sale begins on Sunday, the company made the announcement Friday. Day becoming the biggest closing by single chain this year. A spokespersons says the stores will most likely remain open until may General Motors. Canada is calling for talks with officials from the Canadian Auto Workers union uniform. The plan is to talk about benefits for employees at the Oshawa assembly plant, it's slated to close this year. The automaker issued a statement yesterday saying they're planning to offer workers lump sums up between fifty and sixty thousand dollars along with pensions paid retraining at community colleges and more TM Canada is also planning to offer extended benefits and new carve out your to the Oshawa workers. They also say they want to help people find new jobs, at least as e- NBC, News Radio and Jennifer Aniston is okay. After a private jet carrying her Courtney, Cox and other friends was forced to make an emergency landing on Friday. The flight apparently a surprise trip to Mexico for her birthday had to land in Ontario. But all are. Okay. Jim Forbes NBC News Radio. Talk. Six fifty K S T an iheartradio station. You get.

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"canadian auto workers" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"canadian auto workers" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Com. At least eight people are under arrest after demonstrators protest outside Trump International hotel and tower on Manhattan's west side. Tell say about one hundred and fifty protesters were from rise and resist a group protesting. Friday's emergency declaration by the president for the border wall officials say the number of people were taken into custody at the protest and central park. West. Protestors could be heard chanting the emergency is fake and shame all of those arrested taken into custody without incident sue Guzman, NBC, News Radio New York, federal judges imposing a partial gag order on longtime Trump ally, Roger stone. Judge Amy Berman Jackson ordered stone and lawyers on both sides to refrain from making statements to the media, or in public settings that pose a substantial likelihood of material prejudice to this case. They're also ordered to avoid talking to reporters outside the federal courthouse in Washington DC. The colorful and outspoken stone is facing criminal charges related to special counsel, Robert Muller's ongoing Russia investigation, Brian shook NBC News Radio. Former forty Niners quarterback Colin Kaepernick is settling his collusion case against the NFL. His attorney and the NFL issued a joint statement Friday announcing the resolution of the case involving capper Nick and another player. Eric read General Motors Canada's calling for talks now with officials for the Canadian Auto Workers union uniform the plan is to talk about benefits for employees at the Oshawa assembly plant that slated to close this year. The automaker issued a statement yesterday saying they're planning to offer workers lump sums of between fifty and sixty thousand dollars along with pensions paid retraining community colleges and more GM Canada is also planning to offer extended benefits and new car to the Oshawa workers. They also say they want to help people find new jobs at Lisa's e NBC News Radio Jim Forbes, NBC, News Radio Americans are always on the move there in the car or at the office.

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"canadian auto workers" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"canadian auto workers" Discussed on KOMO

"Super Bowl was super boring. But what about the Super Bowl ads? Give me this. Wireless for twenty bucks a month. That's not right. Right. Oh, right now, chunky style milk. That's not right. All those ads rather benign. But there are some post Super Bowl controversies involving Bud Light and General Motors with more on that we say Hello to ABC's Ryan burrow. He joins us from Chicago. So Ryan, let's let's take these one at a time. The national corn Growers Association calls a Super Bowl ad by Bud Light, which makes fun of Miller lite and Coors light for their use of corn syrup. Disappointing. Yeah. If you haven't seen the commercial, what it is is this delivery massive barrel of corn syrup that get delivered duty, bud. Light kingdom. You know? They continue with these ad campaigns with the Kagan and his his legion. And it they they say, well, let's must be a mistake. And so they go to the kingdom of Miller lite. And they say is this yours. No. Our delivery already came today. Baby at stores why they continue to trek through the bass terrain going through water and they finally arrive at the Qingdao. Coors like people, basically. Yeah. That's our. That's the point of this. According to light is to show that they're beard corn syrup by Coors, light and Miller lite. And that doesn't make the corridors happy. They say that they're disappointed. They say that their offices white down the road from light, in fact that in Saint Louis, that's where their headquarters is they would love you to discuss the many better bit of corn. And they also thanked me with light and Coors light for supporting their industry. A little bit of pushback from the corn industry that commercial well, all I can say to that is dilly, dilly. Meantime, GM is threatening to sue a Canadian Auto Workers union for an ad it ran in Canada during the Super Bowl about GM's recent North American layoffs and factory closes and sounds a little more serious than corn syrup. Tell us about it. Walkers. Today's the day that they start informing the thousands of GM employee that they won't be having a job. You may remember a few months ago. They announced the shuttering a five factories in North America four in the US one in Ontario. And this auto workers union has been a very aggressive campaign against GM over the last few months. The neighbor shaky out editorials and op EDS that the GM warned them to stop doing that. Because they said a lot of the information. They were putting out there with factually incorrect. And so what did they do? They took out a thirty second ad ran in Canada during the Super Bowl in which they basically said the GM is moving businesses to Mexico. They're not supporting Canada and got to bringing out the two thousand nine bailout GM pushing back and saying wait a minute we paid back that bailout loan we've invested one hundred billion dollars candidates economy, and they should take this ad down immediately. So they may end up this band up in court at some point. That's ABC. Sees Ryan burrow, joining us from Chicago. Thanks, ryan. All right. Baker. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news money news at twenty and fifty past the hour. Brought to you by propel insurance from ABC. News Wall Street.

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"canadian auto workers" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"canadian auto workers" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Colder air sinking into northern California is continuing to drop the snow levels over the course of the weekend snow levels up around five thousand feet earlier today, it was three thousand feet now. It's down to win below two thousand feet and will continue to drop through the night tonight. We will see some snow in the foothills and especially at elevations around two thousand feet. We'll see accumulating snow little have an impact for tomorrow morning for the valley. We'll see some on again off again showers tonight and tomorrow morning. However my tomorrow afternoon early partly cloudy and cool and Wednesday will be dry. I'm Kierra three meteorologist Mark finding on NewsRadio K A K. Forty eight degrees in Vacaville forty-three in Eldorado hills and forty eight in Sacramento. Four twenty two as NewsRadio KFB K checks your money. Kelly brothers, but Genevieve's Burford and brothers Google beat expectations. But the stock still fell as their margins have compressor spending a lot on capital expenditures. They nearly have now one hundred thousand employees Google believe it or not and how much did the patriots win in the Super Bowl in terms of money hundred and eighteen thousand dollar bonus. If you add in what they want for their other playoff games each of the patriots goes home with about two hundred and one thousand dollars for their postseason success. Obviously, if you're a rookie making five hundred thousand that's nice check. If you're Tom Brady, it's couch change Jacky what went on in the markets. Today ahead of that big Google earnings report, the Dow was up one seventy five at twenty five to thirty nine NASDAQ up eighty three seventy three forty seven the SNP up eighteen two to one advancers over decliners gold down three at thirteen nineteen announce ten year bond yield two point seven two. Percents. Twenty three now, and you've been hearing about this plane in southern California that made a nose dive into a home yesterday where people were having a Super Bowl party neighbors in Rams jerseys ran in with garden hose is trying to put out the burning plane pieces ABC's Alec stone is in Los Angeles and tells us what happened. Yeah. Absolutely kitty this happening right before the game actually started and the family was apparently having a Super Bowl party at their home. And as they were inside the home this plane fell out of the sky hitting their home. Now was it looks like probably one of the wings full of jet fuel that actually hit pieces went all over the place. It was a smaller plane a Cessna twin engine of four fourteen a that had taken off about ten minutes earlier from the Fullerton airport nearby got up to about seventy eight hundred feet, and then for some reason above the clouds took a nose dive into the neighborhood coming apart the wings, ripping off the tail ripping off as the plane came down. Listen to this audio that we just got from a surveillance camera. One of the neighbors. You can hear the engine struggling and then the crash. In in the crash right there. And that's when neighbors came running out to see what just gone on the pieces of the plane all over the place the home that was directly hit I engulfed in flames. Exploded the pilot died. We just got an idea on the pilot Antonio pass steamy. Seventy five years old lived in Nevada, but was a retired Chicago police officer and then four people inside the home. It is believed that they were all members of one family the sheriff's department the corner has not been able to ID them yet though because they were so badly burned. It's gonna take DNA, but they don't know if they were owners of that home, if they lived in the home, or if they were guests at this party, but but it's all happening during the Super Bowl party tragic. Alex stone, thank you so much. You got it. Thank ABC's Alex down there in General Motors is planning to sue uniform the Canadian Auto Workers union over an ad that aired across the. Border during the Super Bowl the ad was titled GM leaves Canadians out in the cold regarding plans to shut her an assembly plant in Ontario and GM.

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"canadian auto workers" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"canadian auto workers" Discussed on KOMO

"But what about the Super Bowl ads? Here. Give me this. Wireless with twenty bucks a month. Asmat right. Right. Oh, right now, chunky style. No. That's not right. Those ads rather benign. But there are some post Super Bowl controversies involving Bud Light and General Motors with more on that we say Hello to ABC's. Ryan burrow. He joins us from Chicago. So Ryan, let's let's take these one at a time. The national corn Growers Association calls a Super Bowl ad by Bud Light, which makes fun of Miller lighting Coors light for their use of corn syrup. Disappointing. Yeah. If you haven't seen the commercial, what it is is delivery, this massive barrel of corn syrup that get delivered duty, bud. Light kingdom. You know? They continue with these ad campaigns with the king and his legion. And it they they say, well, this must be a mistake. And so they go to the kingdom of Miller life, and they say is this yours. No. Our delivery already came today. Baby. At scores why they continue to trek through the bath terrain going through water. And they finally arrive at the Coors, light Qingdao. Coors, light people basically make. Yeah, that's the point of this. According to Bud Light is to show that they're beard have corn syrup by Coors, light and really liked doing that doesn't make the corridors happy. They say that they're disappointed. They say that their offices right down the road from Bud Light, in fact in St Louis, that's where their headquarters is they would love to discuss them any better. But the core did they also thanked me with light and Coors light for supporting their industry. So a little bit of pushback from the court industry commercial. Well, all I can say to that is dilly, dilly. Meantime, GM is threatening to sue a Canadian Auto Workers union for an ad it ran in Canada during the Super Bowl about GM's recent North American layoffs and factory closes and sounds a little more serious than corn syrup. Tell us about it. Walk is today's the day that they start informing the thousands of GM employee that they won't be having a job. You've remember few months ago. They announced the shuttering factories the North America four in the US one in Ontario. And this auto workers union has been a very aggressive and campaigned against the last few months. Been Dickey out editorials and op, Ed. And the GM warned them beside doing that. Because they said a lot of the information. They were putting out there with factually incorrect. And so what did they do? They took out a thirty second ad and read it in Canada during the Super Bowl in which they basically said the GM is moving businesses to Mexico. They're not supporting Canada and got bringing out the two thousand nine bailout GM pushing back and saying wait a minute we paid back that bailout loan we've invested one hundred billion dollars Canada's economy, and they should take this ad down immediately. So they may end up this may end up in court at some point. That's ABC's. Ryan burrow, joining us from Chicago. Thanks, ryan. All right bigger.

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"canadian auto workers" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"canadian auto workers" Discussed on KOMO

"The White House today. Conway said Trump will urge more bipartisan cooperation on key issues. You can hear the state of the union address tomorrow evening at six o'clock right here on KOMO news. Followed up by the democratic response and an Idaho owners set to plead guilty to at least one charge in the case of missing mother from Colorado ABC reporting that thirty two year old crystal Lee will appear in court on Friday for what it's worth, I'm Michelle Franzen. The buzz over the Super Bowl is not just the patriots won again. But also how the commercials. According to Twitter verse planters won the MVP, the brand with the highest percentage of all brand related tweets. Game of thrones. And bud lights joint spot, drew the most tweets per minute marvel studios upcoming avengers trailers spark the most retweets at expert. Donny Deutsch says girl power was front and center. But it was how they were portrayed. You know, right now, we've got three women running for president. We have more women graduating college men so advertising figured out. We'd better show women in the powerful light that they're in Amazon's with celebrities rejecting products like Alexa, talking dog collar and toothbrush was a hit on the other end meant Mobile's. Chunky milk spot. Hit a sour note. But the NFL celebrating one hundred years taken the cake, featuring a who's who broke layers turning a banquet into a football field for what it's worth. I'm Michelle Franzen. ABC news. Maybe the real question was anybody watching the ratings for Super Bowl fifty three came in from the Nielsen company the lowest in ten years. It's the worst watched games in two thousand nine between, Pittsburgh and the Arizona Cardinals General Motors threatening to sue a Canadian Auto Workers union over an ad that was run during the Super Bowl ABC's. Ryan burrow reports. The thirty second commercial from auto workers union uniform, titled GM leaves. Canadians out in the cold ran in Canada during the Super Bowl it focuses on General Motors decision to shutter factories, including.

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"canadian auto workers" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"canadian auto workers" Discussed on KOMO

"Taken to burn centers and firefighter injured and typically small planes, don't have black boxes or data recorders. And because of that investigators are gonna have to piece together what happened here through those videos that we saw also that debris field ABC's. Matt gutten focus on the White House. President Trump this week delivers his state of the union address. White House adviser say expect the president to ask a divided congress to unite and do what's best for the country on immigration and other divisive issues. Also plans to ask congress to finally approved money for roads, bridges, airports and rail lines that elusive infrastructure jobs, Bill, the president Republicans were not able to pass in the last two years. Mr. Trump also plans to say how he will lower health care and drug 'cause Andy Field ABC news, Washington a super. Bowl Sunday interview with face the nation on CBS host Margaret Brennan put the question to the president about young people playing football. Would you let your son Barron play football? Very very tough question. That's a very good question. If he wanted to. Yes. Would I steer him that way? No, I wouldn't t says while he is a football fan. He thinks the sport is very dangerous. Richard cantu. ABC news. Komo news time now eleven forty-nine. Just ahead of another look at your money news coming up. In the meantime, General Motors threatening to sue Canadian Auto Workers union over an ad it ran during the Super Bowl commercial from auto workers union uniform, titled GM leaves Canadians out in the cold ran in Canada during the Super Bowl, it focuses on General Motors decision to shutter factories, including.

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"canadian auto workers" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"canadian auto workers" Discussed on WJR 760

"Necker. Seven hundred sixty WJR news are meadowland rim. WJR news time six oh. To currently ten degrees. A three year old boy shot in a drive by shooting on Detroit's west side. Thursday night has died a little boy identified as Christian Miller. His godmother was taking him to see Sesame Street live in Detroit when someone opened fire nearby and the little boy was struck in the back question was in a car seat in the back seat of the car when he was hit the godmother driving off the Southfield freeway near joy road called the police in an effort to help the homeless and those who are in need Detroit. Rescue mission ministries is preparing for next week's harsh winter weather CEO. Dr Ted Audi says, the nonprofit organization is also reaching out to those who were affected by the partial government shutdown now temporarily lifted by President Trump any federal employees who hears us today, if they need food or they they need food. They can come to our. Facility, and we're willing to provide on what's put boxes for free at any time. Oh has to do show their federal ID? And then we'll be more than happy to give them. Box that can serve their family of four for two weeks at any time. And if you need assistance, and those who have been affected by the shutdown and need assistance. You can call the Detroit Rescue mission ministries at three one three nine nine three forty seven hundred for more information. The city of Huntington woods is this afternoon presenting its next drag Queen storytime WJR's. Gene Fogel explains. It will not only draw kids, but also protesters the children's hours hosted by drag performers at the city's public library complaints were raised in mid December. During a meeting of the Huntington woods city commission over three hundred people attended that meeting. But most of those in attendance were in support of the program the few who spoke out against it voiced concern that the program could plant a seed, and what they called young impressionable children, the story made national headlines and members of Tennessee based Christian ministry say they plan to attend today's three PM scheduled reading to hold a prayer vigil. Gene, Fogel, WJR news. Don't buy a General Motors vehicle may. Eight in Mexico that requests coming from the Canadian Auto Workers union. The uniform union is asking people not to buy trucks are SUV's with vehicle identification numbers that start with the number three which signifies that they are made in Mexico in November GM announced plans to close a car factory near Toronto costing twenty six hundred union jobs. It also plans to close four US factories, but we'll negotiate those with the UAW DM says it has too many plants that make cars as the market has shifted toward trucks and SUV's. It says a boycott could cause damage to the wider on -tario economy. WGN news time six oh. Four coming up on six. Oh, five checking, traffic and.

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"canadian auto workers" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"canadian auto workers" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Stories are so full of tension. Now this news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Windsor Johnston. President Trump is expected to sign a short-term spending plan tonight that would temporarily reopen the federal government speaking from the rose garden today. Trump said lawmakers will spend the next three weeks trying to resolve the dispute over border wall funding the sticking point in budget negotiations. I have seen and heard from enough Democrats and Republicans that they are willing to put partisanship aside. I think and put the security of the American people. I Trump backed down from his refusal to reopen the government without first securing money for a border wall. But he did say if no agreement is reached by February fifteenth he's prepared to declare a national emergency in order to fund a wall. Congress is moving quickly to pass the stopgap spending Bill the Senate passed the measure without objection Justice short time ago. The Bill now heads to the house for a vote NPR. Susan Davis reports the legislation is expected to be on President Trump's desk later tonight Congress's giving itself a three week deadline to negotiate the outstanding seven government funding bells. That includes the department of homeland security where lawmakers and the White House will continue to fight over funding for a wall along the us, Mexico border Democrats maintain their position that they will not support funding for the wall in that Bill either the abrupt ending. The longest shutdown in history came after the White House relented in the face of falling public opinion polls and his hundreds of thousands of federal workers. Just missed a second paycheck. The deal includes a provision to get those workers backpay as soon as possible. Susan Davis NPR news, the capitol secretary of state, Mike Pompeo has tapped a Reagan era diplomat to lead efforts to support the opposition leader in Venezuela. Elliot Abrams will join Pompeo at a meeting at the United Nations tomorrow as NPR's. Michelle Kellerman reports Abrahams was the State Department's point person on Latin America in the nineteen eighties and pleaded guilty to withholding information from congress during the Iran contra investigations, he later got a pardon and a job in the second Bush administration. I left this building thirty years ago this week. Last time I worked here. So it's very nice to be back. This crisis in Venezuela is deep and difficult and dangerous, and I can't wait to get to work on it. Abrahams job now Pompeo says is quote all things related to US efforts to restore democracy to Venezuela. The US has recognized the head of the national assembly as interim president Michelle Kellerman NPR news, the State Department at the close on Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average was up one hundred eighty three points, the NASDAQ up ninety one this is NPR news. The Canadian Auto Workers union is urging Canadians and Americans to boycott General Motors vehicles made in America, the union is protesting GM's decision to close a factory near Toronto and put twenty six hundred people out of work. General Motors is currently negotiating with US base union. Members about its plans to close four US factories. A mining damn has burst. Open in southeastern Brazil flooding town with mud more than two hundred people are on a counted for Catherine Osborne reports search and rescue teams are coming through the debris searching for survivors might from behind. An iron mines damn has floated a town outside the Brazilian city of Belo Horizonte. It's not clear yet. What will be the extent of chemical contamination? The dams operator mining company valet also ran a nearby dam that burst in two thousand fifteen that killed nineteen. People. It was considered Brazil's. Biggest environmental disaster in history. Brazil's President Jacob also Nado who has called for looser. Environmental restrictions on Brazilian companies called vis event a grave tragedy. For NPR news. I'm Catherine Osborne in Rio de Janeiro more demonstrations are expected this weekend in France to protest the economic policies of French president, Emmanuel Macron yellow vest. Demonstrators have been out on the streets of Paris and other cities on weekends for nearly three months. Stocks closed higher today on Wall Street, the Dow up one hundred eighty three points, the NASDAQ up ninety one the SNP up twenty two this is NPR news from Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Heather, Sturt Hager and Paul Geagea supporting African wildlife foundation working to ensure wildlife and wild lands thrive in modern Africa. Learn more at a WF dot org and the corporation for public broadcasting. You're listening to all things considered on ninety point three as you..

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"canadian auto workers" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"canadian auto workers" Discussed on WJR 760

"Richard. I know you shared the same feeling of sadness. I did at the news that Charles kettles passed away last night Michigan medal of honor recipient. I believe he was the most recent Michigan medal of honor is right. I believe so. Yeah. I I heard that when you broke the news here a while ago that was it was twenty sixteen when he received it and then in two thousand seventeen we had the honor of meeting Charles kettles and hearing his remarkable story of heroic story from the Vietnam war, and I've I've listened to it again this morning pound getting word from Greg grumble that he passed away and we're going to replay that a little later on this morning. I think it'd be worth it. We met him at the Michigan heroes museum in Frankenmuth a couple of years ago, and he was a delightful man in the story. He tells is just it's spine tingling. It's it's amazing. Some of our soldiers had to go through and we were lucky enough to be able to meet him and due to hear a story. So I think the replay it would be well worth it down here at the show, Richard. Tell you what people are all over these SUV's. And the like, you know, and you can understand what you see all this attention to them. You can understand why they're selling. So well is an SUV show. I think it really isn't. Yes. Because that's what's getting the attention. And I think a lot I can look around the corner here at the GM displayed and as far as the I can see I see as she vs. Mucks and those sorts of larger vehicles. Well, give the people what they want. What did you say Christie think about that? New blazer? Glad the Canadian Auto Workers didn't get the throw paint on it the other day waste. It's a very nice vehicle. Yeah. And that one was made in Nashua. So really, I think so that's great. That's cool. Right. Dick would know dick blazers still I think so. Yes. Yeah. See I knew just Chris is quizzing me on cars. He wants my car guy. So no. But this is a spectacular our show at it. And you can see where the trend. Dick is toward the trucks in the SUV's just by the vehicles that the manufacturers have chosen to show, you know, because it's their choice. What they put on the display. Sure. And the people are choosing the consumers are making their choice. That's exactly right. And so the the effort is by GM Ford and Ford Chrysler and Chrysler it out and on the line. And and that's what they do with their their various lardo vehicle getting attention. You know, who you can who you can credit for all this who's that? Fractures. How do you mean? They drove the gasoline prices down from four dollars to two dollars and the consumers were then allowed to make their own choice of the vehicles. They really wanted that that hadn't happened. You would see a far different auto show. Yeah. That's you know, that's that's very true. And we'd be driving far different vehicles out there on the roads. I guarantee you I would not be driving my bed SPF straight now. But but no, you're right. They kept the cars more affordable by by developing. Fracking techniques that were able to free up some of the gasoline that was. An oil that was trapped far underground. And it was a it was another brilliant advancement, the fractures opposed by most of the environmental lobby. Also Frank allowed the the great expansion of natural gas discovery, and it only took the utilities a few years to be putting in the policies of shutting down their coal plants, replacing them with natural gas, reducing the emissions by a giant seventy five all the way up to ninety percent, which is what the environmental lobby wanted because of fracking. Well, but they also got the they got they got nice subsidies from the federal government is. Well, sure, so you know, as long as those subsidies are in place. You'll see people it's easy. In other words, it's easy for me to invest your money. The Keith my own money in it, you know. And so I'm not I'm not doing that quite yet with the with the natural gas. I don't know. We'll see we'll see at any rate. We're happy to bring you the the news of the interest in the big auto is here at Cobo. And we've got a whole lot more coming up. There's also a warning for everybody with with ideas that they need to shovel their own snow tragedy in western Michigan. You reported on this. I think earlier Richard about the man who died shoveling snow this past weekend first, weekend, snow, and we had a fatality. But we'll we'll talk more about that. And what you should do what you should know from the from the medical side here on the Frank Beckmann show, you need to design a car that's lighter,.

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"canadian auto workers" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"canadian auto workers" Discussed on WJR 760

"You knew the risks when you decided to drive drunk there could be a crash people could get hurt or killed. But that didn't stop you. Did it you knew you could get arrested, you can incur huge legal expenses, and you could possibly even lose your job. You were well aware of the consequences of driving drunk. But one thing's for sure you were wrong when you said, it was no big deal. Drive sober or get pulled over. This message. Brought to you by nitsa. It's seven sixty WJR news. Dick, Hafner salt trucks have been out to cut down on the crashes across metro Detroit due to the icy roads as the freezing drizzle continues. Things have gotten a little better over the last forty five minutes or so, but Jon Bailey's list show some wrecks. We'll hear from John in just a moment. State police and Mike Shaw say the police and tow trucks have been busy telling Paul W freeway system. We've had some areas that we've had to close just because of the amount of crashes are out there and make it safer. Unfortunately, we talk about slowing down and moving over. We've had a truecar hit a salt truck kit, and they courtesy van hit schools have been affected for safety of the school buses many schools are closed today. The list is found at WJR dot com to service of family, heating, cooling, and electrical family is not just their name. It's the way they do business WJR around the world. British Prime Minister Theresa may preparing to face another tough day in her parliament. She is battling to save her government in the wake of an overwhelming defeat of her Brexit plan parliament will begin debating a motion of no confidence in may government. And that could bring down a spark of a general election looming over all this is a date that the UK is due to leave the European Union March twenty ninth currently, there's no arrangement in place for how to do it. Maize defeat was largely due to a rebellion led by the right part of her party the right wing, if there's anybody that the arch Brexit, here's hate more than. May it's the labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, they have no intention of letting him become the prime minister Republicans in the US Senate are breaking with President Trump on a decision to lift sanctions on Russian companies with known ties to the Kremlin and Putin. That's according to anti Trump advocates correspondent, Scott Carr says the Senate will take up a Bill today to stop the treasury department from relaxing sanctions on three companies with ties to a Russian oligarch. The treasury department warns the sanctions could upset global aluminum markets secretary Steven Mnuchin promises, the Russian companies have committed to separating from Dera pasta who's been blacklisted as part of an array of measures targeting tycoons, close to the Russian federation Kenya's, President says four Islamic terrorists who stormed and upscale hotel in Nairobi are dead. There was an attack that killed at least fourteen people that attack death toll is expected to grow the Somalian Islamist group, Al Shabaab claims responsibility for the attack and a bunch of suicide. Side and car bombings as well. The pot pot is empty in Michigan medical marijuana facilities across the state say they're closed because there's no pot for the patients. No licensing of commercial growers. The governor has asked the director of state licensing to step in and allow some temporary operation facilities to reopen and allow them to get marijuana from caregivers. In addition to any commercial grow operations out there, Detroit police say that a man came into the dominoes pizza store in west mcnichols and Wyoming asks for as pizza. It wasn't ready. So he pulled a gun and shot out the front door and glass windows uniform. The Canadian Auto Workers union says they plan to ruin the auto show for General Motors due to GM's decision to idle the Oshawa assembly plant in Ontario. A former alpine schoolteacher Heather Winfield faces multiple charges for having sex with children. She worked for the alpena public schools for several years all of the children involved in these charges in alpena under the. The age of fifteen WPRO news time, seven thirty three. Here's Steve Courtney sports. Richard good news for the Red Wings as they beat the Anaheim ducks three one at LCA last night. Redwings have won two straight for the first time in more than a month. The ducks. Meanwhile, all things have gone very sour a franchise record losing streak. That is now at twelve games Red Wings will be in Calgary to take on the flames. That'll be nine o'clock Friday night. Do not go away. Mickey Redmond Redwings weekly seven thirty seven right here on WJR. Meanwhile, the pistons will host the magic seven o'clock tonight at the Detroiters now eighteen and twenty four overall they're coming off a west coast trip. One in three they've won five times over the last twenty two. Meanwhile, big ten college hoops, oh, it is heating up number six. Michigan state. They're on the road to face Nebraska, eight o'clock tomorrow night Nebraska, by the way, they want to straighten including Monday nights when on the road at Indiana will have that for you right here. According to the sports..

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"canadian auto workers" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"canadian auto workers" Discussed on WJR 760

"Seven sixty WJR news, dick Hafner. A glazing of ice has caused a dangerous drive this morning. Many spinouts have occurred some freeway closures and partial closures to in our area. For example, eastbound I ninety four over on Detroit's east side that is closed at last check. And we'll check in with John Bailey. And a couple of minutes to get an update on the closure salt trucks are out, but the roads are very slippery. Even in your neighborhood. You can be sliding around. This freezing drizzle is expected to continue through the morning. Also, a growing list of school closings. This is a school closing day for so many students and teachers Dryden public schools Brandon schools. Manchester in Dexter are closed. The Huron valley and the Clarkston public schools are closed Waterford public schools are closed. Get the entire list at WJR dot com. That's a service a family, heating, cooling and electrical family is not just their name. It's the way they do business. The Canadian Auto Workers have. Staged a third wildcat walkout since GM announced in November that would close several plants, including the Oshawa Ontario plant a thousand workers at the interior products. Supplier plant walked out that plant makes interiors for the Oshawa plant also the Detroit Hamtramck plant two of the plants set to close and the uniform president in Canada. Jerry, Diana, says, the continuing campaign to hit GM where it lives will hurt. GM? Oshawa would be the hardest hit they've got twenty five hundred hourly workers that are set to lose their jobs and five hundred salary jobs at that plant as well. President of Kenya says the as Lama terrorists who stormed a hotel in Nairobi Kenya are dead. But at least fourteen innocence are dead to here's correspondent Sam Kylie on this terrorist attack. This was a very complex.

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"canadian auto workers" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"canadian auto workers" Discussed on WJR 760

"To close this down because it comes on the third year anniversary of Kenya's single biggest loss in a war, which was at the hands of Al Shabaab inside Somalia west of actually being resurgent, even though they've been heavily attacked by the United States in drone strikes and other Arab perations. They've been very successful in their own terms on the ground. A no confidence vote is also set in the British parliament after they soundly turned down there. British Prime Minister Theresa May's exit deal with the European Union. Another plea deal may be in the. Coughing in the investigation into the Flint water emergency water treatment engineer, Patrick cook. Has a court hearing today on his charges in connection with the Flint water emergency of several years ago. A Livingston county judge due in court today, but she is on the other side of the bench. There's a hearing for her on charges of perjury and two other felonies against Livingston county. Judge Teresa Brennan a felony charge against a Detroit police officer accused of beating a mentally ill woman has been dismissed a judge dismissed the charges against corporal, Dwayne Jones who was charged with assault of a female patient at Detroit receiving hospital in August of last year. Prosecutors say that Jones behavior was inappropriate. But the judge says it wasn't a crime uniform. The Canadian Auto Workers union says they plan to ruin the auto show for General Motors due to the company's decision to idle the Oshawa assembly plant in Ontario. They don't exactly say what they will do. Media previews are over at the North American International auto show now it's industry days personnel from Ottawa companies will seen will be seen going over those show floor later today, they'll be closely examining the vehicles to see what they can learn about their competitors and their own vehicles. The North American International auto show report brought to you by Detroit medical center. WJR news time six oh four. Here's Steve Courtney sports. Oh, right, Richard. Gustav Nyquist broke a tie with four sixteen laughed at Little Caesars arena last night. Redwings beat the dots. Three one. How about the Red Wings? They went to straight for the first time in more than a month. They'll be in Calgary to face a pretty darn good flame club. That'll be nine o'clock on Friday night, pistons back to work tonight. They're hosting the Orlando Magic seven o'clock tonight. Pistons gotta find something here. They have won just five games over their last twenty two and the Golden State Warriors about this at an NBA record with fifty one I water points during last night's one forty to one eleven..

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"canadian auto workers" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"canadian auto workers" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. President Trump heads to Capitol Hill today to meet with Republican senators as he treats it rather continues to try to make the case for his controversial border wall. NPR's Scott Horsely has more the showdown over border wall. Funding has led to a partial shutdown of the federal government now in its nineteenth day in a televised address from the Oval Office Tuesday. Trump insisted his wall would help stem the tide of illicit drugs from Mexico, the border wall would very quickly pay for itself the cost of illegal drugs exceeds five hundred billion dollars a year vastly more than the five point seven billion dollars. We have requested from congress. In fact, the Drug Enforcement Administration says most drugs smuggled from Mexico, come through legal ports of entry where the wall would make no difference. Democratic leaders urged the president to reopen shuttered parts of the government while the wall debate continues. Scott Horsely NPR news, Washington. House. Lawmakers have introduced legislation intended to beef up gun regulations. NPR's? Brockton Booker says this came on the eighth anniversary of the shooting that injured former congresswoman Gabrielle giffords and killed six people California congressman Mike Thompson, a democrat calls the Bill a bold. First step is a Bill that will expand background checks to all firearm sales. This is a bold statement about where we stand as a congress. The bipartisan Bill excludes background checks. When a firearm is gifted to a relative or use temporarily in hunting Gabrielle giffords, the former congresswoman turned gun control advocate supports it. Now is the time to come together feel responsible Democrats Republicans every one the democratic controlled house will likely approve the Bill its feet in the GOP controlled Senate is less clear. Braxton Booker NPR news the capitol. Australian officials say they're reviewing. A request from the UN to consider refugee resettlement for an eighteen year old Saudi woman she fled to Thailand and beg for help on social media when she was threatened with deportation. Michael Sullivan says the Thai government relented and let her stay temporarily. The Saudi government continues to insist it had nothing to do with RAF Muhammed coons detention. Its diplomats calling the case a family affair, but in a video of a meeting between Thai immigration officials and Saudi diplomats one Saudi can be heard complaining Ralph's foam should have been seized. Instead of her passport when she was detained. Michael Sullivan reporting authorities in Australia's say people in several foreign diplomatic consulates evacuated after they got packages containing suspicious substances. No one was hurt the consulate in Melbourne got suspicious package. So did the Swiss Indian and South Korean consulate's among others. Australian media report the packages were labeled as containing asbestos. You're listening to. NPR? Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort may have shared polling data with a man connected with Russian intelligence manafort's lawyers. Accidentally revealed that information in court papers, they say Manafort did not intend to mislead prosecutors and FBI agents who are investigating Russian interference in US elections. The Canadian Auto Workers union known as uniform says it will step up its fight against General Motors. Dan carpenter reports. The move comes after GM rejected union proposals to keep open a plant in Oshawa, Ontario. Uniform president Jerry dias says he's deeply disappointed with GM's response. He had proposed several options, including extending the life of two vehicles currently in production at Oshawa or even moving back some production plan for Mexico. GM says the proposals were not economic. But dia says it was nothing more than corporate greed. He adds a GM by his decision has picked a fight not only with uniform, but with all of Canada, he says the automaker except eleven billion dollars in bailout. Funds from the Canadian government during the financial downturn. And now it's pulling out diocese uniform looking at all options, including legal action and more ad campaigns to pressure GM to reverse its decision for NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter in Toronto struggling retailer, Sears has a lifeline in bankruptcy court until later this afternoon. The company's chairman Eddie Lampert is the biggest shareholder in Sears. He has to come up with one hundred twenty million dollars from his hedge fund by the end of the business day. A group of creditors. That stands to lose money is pushing to see Sears liquidated, I'm korva Coleman..

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"canadian auto workers" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"canadian auto workers" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On our working without pay. We questioned former coastguard commander Thad Allen in this hour. The president has talked of declaring a national emergency. If he did. So how much oversight would congress have? And how much progress is the US making in trade talks with China? It is Wednesday January ninth. Joan by the singer is seventy eight years old today. And the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. President Trump heads to Capitol Hill today to meet with Republican senators as he rather continues to try to make the case for his controversial border wall. NPR's Scott Horsely has more the showdown over border wall. Funding has led to a partial shutdown of the federal government now in its nineteenth day in a televised address from the Oval Office Tuesday. Trump insisted his wall would help stem the tide of illicit drugs from Mexico, the border wall would very quickly pay for itself the cost of illegal drugs exceeds five hundred billion dollars a year vastly more than the five point seven billion dollars. We have requested from congress. In fact, the Drug Enforcement Administration says most drugs smuggled from Mexico, come through legal ports of entry where the wall would make no difference. Democratic leaders urged the president to reopen shuttered parts for government while the wall debate continues, Scott Horsely NPR news, Washington. House. Lawmakers have introduced legislation intended to beef up gun regulations. NPR's? Braxton Booker says this came on the eighth anniversary of the shooting that injured former congresswoman Gabrielle giffords and killed six people California congressman Mike Thompson, a democrat calls the Bill a bold. First step is a Bill that will expand background checks to all firearm sales. This is a bold statement about where we stand as a congress. The bipartisan Bill excludes background checks. When a firearm is gifted to a relative or used temporarily in hunting Gabrielle giffords, the former congresswoman turned gun control advocate supports it. Now is the time to come together. Fevers fungible Democrats Republicans every one the democratic controlled house will likely approve the Bill. It's fate in the GOP controlled Senate is less clear. Braxton Booker NPR news the capitol. Australian officials say they're reviewing. A request from the UN to consider refugee resettlement for an eighteen year old Saudi woman she fled to Thailand and Bank for help on social media when she was threatened with deportation. Michael Sullivan says the Thai government relented and let her stay temporarily. The Saudi government continues to insist it had nothing to do with RAF Muhammed Okinawans detention. Its diplomats calling the case a family affair, but in a video of a meeting between Thai immigration officials and Saudi diplomats one Saudi can be heard complaining Ralph's phone should have been seized. Instead of her passport when she was detained. Michael Sullivan reporting authorities Australia's say people in several foreign diplomatic consulates evacuated after they got packages containing suspicious substances. No one was hurt. The Wisconsin in Melbourne got a suspicious package. So did the Swiss Indian and South Korean consulate's among others. Australia media report the packages were labeled as containing asbestos. You're listening to N. NPR? Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort may have shared polling data with a man connected with Russian intelligence manafort's lawyers. Accidentally revealed that information in court papers, they say Manafort did not intend to mislead prosecutors and FBI agents who are investigating Russian interference in US elections. The Canadian Auto Workers union known as uniform says it will step up its fight against General Motors. Dan carpenter reports. The move comes after GM rejected union proposals to keep open a plant in Oshawa, Ontario. Uniform president Jerry dia says he's deeply disappointed with GM's response. He had proposed several options, including extending the life of two vehicles currently in production at Oshawa or even moving back some production plan for Mexico. GM says the proposals were not economic, but dia says it was nothing more than corporate greed. He adds a GM by its decision is picked a fight not only with uniform, but with all of Canada, he says the automaker accepting eleven billion dollars in bailout funds. From the Canadian government during the financial downturn. And now it's pulling out dia says uniform looking at all options, including legal action and more ad campaigns to pressure GM to reverse its decision for NPR news and Dan carpenter in Toronto struggling retailers. Sears has a lifeline in bankruptcy court until later this afternoon. The company's chairman Eddie Lampert is the biggest shareholder in Sears. He has to come up with one hundred twenty million dollars from his hedge fund by the end of the business day. A group of creditors. That stands to lose money is pushing to see Sears liquidated, I'm korva Coleman..

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