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"cardinal george pell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:55 min | 10 months ago

"cardinal george pell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Today's news. I'm Debbie rests with the BBC news. Hello? The armed forces in Myanmar have seized power after they detained the country's elected leader and San Souci and other senior members of the governing party. A statement on the army's television station said. All authority has been given to the top military commander, general men and hind A one year state of emergency has been declared his Fogel Keene. Reports from me and Mars suggested depressing the familiar pattern of events, dawn raids and arrests of senior political leaders on the deployment of troops on the streets to deter any protests. Support for the National League for Democracy is widespread, is won a landslide on the recent elections, but the army's well established reputation for violence may deter demonstrations. The military has reverted to type. After the draconian instincts with which had ruled me and Mara for decades before elections in 2000 and 15 created a power sharing government by staging a coup. It has plunged the country into crisis and created a challenge for a divided international community. In a statement prepared earlier and sends, Hoochie urged her supporters not to accept the coup. The BBC has spoken to a grassroots activist in Young Gon, who wanted to remain anonymous. Given the situation in the country, she said People in Myanmar were badly shaken. After 2010 the elections there and the democratic kind of space opening up, We were hopeful, but after the coop news coming back again, we all feel like we have that fear inside generation to generation. We all deeply traumatized United Nations Secretary General Antonio Good Terrace, strongly condemned the detention of an San Souci and other civilian leaders in Myanmar. He called on the military to respect the will of the people. United States that it was opposed to any attempt to alter the outcome of the recent elections on would take action against those responsible is the attempt to impede democracy was not reversed. From Andrews is three U. N special reporter on Human Rights in Myanmar. It's simply outrageous. We're talking about overturning a constitution by the generals that the generals themselves wrote that they said just yesterday that they would abide by So this is not just an attack on individual on a political leader of political party. This is an assault on democracy itself on the people of Myanmar. In other news they arrested Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai has appeared in court in a bid to win veil in the first major legal challenge to a sweeping national security law Beijing imposed on the city last year. Mr Lai is one of dozens of democracy supporters who've been arrested under the new law since it was enacted in June. He's been charged with colluding with foreign forces. Mr Lies challenging the new laws, prevention of automatic bail for nonviolent offenses. World News from the BBC. Authorities in Hungary are facing a major challenge with nearly 200 restaurants and bars, threatening to reopen today in protest of what they call unfair coronavirus restrictions. He also accused the Prime Minister Viktor Orban of failing to honor his promise of financial help to pay staff. The government says the lockdown needs to remain until more Hungarians are vaccinated. Some of Australia's largest media organizations have pleaded guilty to contempt of court over their coverage of the conviction of Cardinal George Pell on child sex abuse charges. 12. Publishers and broadcasters have each admitted breaching a suppression order that band the identification of Cardinal Pell, even though none of them named him from Sydney fill, Mercer reports. Deal with prosecutors has allowed Australian media companies to admit breaching a suppression order. But other charges against them and individual journalists have being dropped. In 2018, a judge bans the reporting of a guilty verdict A jury had reached against Cardinal George Pell. It was to ensure a second child abuse trial he was due to face wouldn't be prejudiced. That trial was later aborted. Cardinal Pell's conviction was overturned by Australia's High court last April. The Russian prosecutors office says it supports the request from the prison authority to convert the Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny suspended 3.5 year sentence into a real period in jail. The opposition politician is due in court on Tuesday to answer longstanding embezzlement allegations he says were trumped up. On Sunday, tens of thousands of protesters turned out for a second weekend to show their support for Mr Navalny. The Eastern U. S. Seaboard, including New York and Boston, is bracing for up to 60 centimeters of snow as major winter Storm Alina approaches it's predicted to paralyze New York City. ABC News Hello. This is the history our with Max Peterson this week, the Arab spring that wave of unrest, confrontation and hope that swept through North Africa and the Middle East a decade ago, affecting to a greater or lesser extent, more than 400 million people. Right now we're living through a pandemic, which will be the defining event of our present era. In 2011. It was the Arab spring that defined the times. The causes had long been identified repressive, authoritarian regimes, economic stagnation, unemployment and corruption. Add to that a growing population of the young increasingly dissatisfied with their lot, and we had the powder cake that was ready to explode. We'll be hearing from people across the region who experienced firsthand the historic upheaval. And we start where it all began. Tunisia was the spark. Simon Watts has the story behind a Tunisian song that inspired young protesters across the region..

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"cardinal george pell" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"cardinal george pell" Discussed on KCRW

"Said He no longer trusted me because he had bean told by Vatican Magistrates that I had embezzled funds. The pope bet you said had been miss informed. What makes this scandal particularly ugly for Francis is back to his public confrontation with another once powerful Cardinal George Pell Pell is the highest ranking Catholic church official found guilty of child sex abuse. He served a year in prison in his native Australia until that country's high court overturned his conviction. But before his legal troubles, Pel was in Rome, looking into Vatican finances at the pope's request. He ordered an independent audit off all Vatican departments. Bet you blocked it at his press conference. Bet you recalled his clash with Pel in the presence of Francis and bring me actually being dishonest. Suddenly held accused me of dishonesty. I lost my temper and yelled at him How there. You say that May. Italian media have been rife with allegations that bet you wired money to Australian bank accounts as payment for testimony against Pel. I bet you firmly denies this. Bell has been cagey about whether the alleged payments are linked to the sex abuse case against him. I don't have any evidence of that most of the senior people in Rome who are in any way sympathetic, the financial report. Believe that they are. The Australian man who accused Pel of abusing him, has denied he was paid to testify with the dirty linen on display. Francis is determined to pursue his reforms. Joshua McElwee is the Vatican correspondent for the National Catholic Reporter the great success of his Papacy. Was bringing the outsider voiced the outsider. I these great expectations for the church to get beyond itself be the church of the field hospital tending the people's wounds near ST Peter's Basilica, a Roman graffiti artist once depicted Francis's airborne, his right fist clenched his pectoral cross fluttering in the breeze. Ah white caped crusader in constant struggle with the Vatican's deeply entrenched culture ofthe secrecy. Sylvia Poggioli NPR NEWS Rome This is NPR news. KCR W sponsors include the Goetzman group project professionals to help assist in all areas of finance and accounting.

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Cardinal George Pell Knew of Clergy Sex Abuse, Australian Report Finds

BBC World Service

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Cardinal George Pell Knew of Clergy Sex Abuse, Australian Report Finds

"An Australian royal commission has found that the disgraced cardinal George Pell was aware of child sexual abuse by clergy as early as the nineteen seventies the findings were previously redacted in order to not prejudice the trial of cardinal Pell he was charged with sexually abusing two choirboys in the nineteen nineties he was convicted last year but of course it on appeal

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Australian court dismisses cardinal's sex abuse convictions

Glenn Beck

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Australian court dismisses cardinal's sex abuse convictions

"Australia's highest court frees the Catholic cardinal George Pell from prison overturning his child sex abuse conviction judge's ruling that the jury ought to have entertained to Dallas about his guilt pals saying he holds no ill will toward his accuser hours after the ruling the pope offering his morning mass for those who suffer from unjust sentences boxes Simon known cardinal Pell was accused of

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"cardinal george pell" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"cardinal george pell" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Brace for what may be the toughest week in the fight against Kobe eight nineteen Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti this week is a make or break week for us all to keep the momentum going and to ensure that we have the ability to continue to flatten the curve that will ensure that we save the lives of our loved ones the federal government is among other things ramping up available hospital beds nationwide the army corps of engineers is building twenty two field hospitals is a big hospitals the number of U. S. coronavirus deaths just to show I have eleven thousand a new data suggests the peak of the pandemic is still ten days away and Australia's highest court acquitted former Vatican finance chief cardinal George Pell of child sex abuse charges and freed him from prison America is listening to fox news some radio stations put their talk shows in a talk block not here you can talk around the clock stay connected and informed on talk radio six CD W. C. B. M. W. C. B. M. dot com the fox news rundown look at sports saying goodbye to al que line baseball is my life I couldn't do anything else I mean how to play baseball I have been working in a factory next Monday the Detroit Tigers legend they're an interview in twenty eighteen audio courtesy of Fox Sports Detroit the hall of fame outfielder passed away yesterday known as Mr tiger came on spent all twenty two seasons of his major league career in the motor city the eighteen time all star ten time gold glove winner going on to serve as a broadcaster for the team and later special adviser to the general manager al que line was eighty five years old the NFL draft is going virtual commissioner Roger Goodell and league wide memo informing teams they want to set up staff remotely from their homes to conduct the selection process from able twenty third through the twenty fifth no group gatherings permitted this in response to CDC social distancing guidelines currently in place the open championship officially canceled after speculation last week that the major at royal St George's would not happen this year the PGA tour making it official as they shopped around goals other major tournaments the PGA championship at Harding park now August sixth through the night the U. S. open winged foot September seventeenth to the twentieth and the masters at Augusta national November twelfth through the fifteenth and NBA commissioner Adam silver unsure of what's to come for his association in an interview for the NBA's social media sites silvered minute decision about re opening play won't come until at least may surely sort of first week first two weeks we were looking at more specific scenarios in terms of if we start the day what will that mean for the regular season when when the playoffs begin when would they conclude given what I've learned over the last few weeks is that we just have too little information surrounding the NBA is looking into making rapid covert nineteen testing available to players and staff once play resumes and that's your sports on the fox news rundown Metropolitano fox.

Ex-Vatican treasurer Cardinal Pell freed after winning appeal over child abuse

All Things Considered

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-Vatican treasurer Cardinal Pell freed after winning appeal over child abuse

"The former Vatican treasurer cardinal George Pell has been freed from an Australian prison after winning an appeal against his conviction on charges of child sex abuse Australia's High Court quashed his sentence and he cannot be retried the clergyman said a serious injustice had been remitted

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Ex-Vatican treasurer Pell freed from jail, acquitted of sex offences

BBC World Service

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-Vatican treasurer Pell freed from jail, acquitted of sex offences

"Of the Australian cardinal George Pell has been freed from prison after winning an appeal against his conviction on charges of child sex abuse Jonathan Neill reports from Sydney in twenty eighteen a jury found George fell guilty of abusing two boys during his time as archbishop of Melbourne in a final legal challenge his lawyers argued that the jury had failed to eliminate reasonable doubt and that that relied heavily on the testimony of one victim and had not properly considered other evidence a full bench of seven judges agreed ruling in his favor and quashing the verdict cardinal Pell said the decision remedy to Sirius and justice and that he held no ill will adding that his trial was not a referendum on the Catholic Church or on the way it's official stills with the crime of

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Drone flies over pedophile cardinal's Australian prison

Jill on the Money

00:15 sec | 2 years ago

Drone flies over pedophile cardinal's Australian prison

"Cardinal George Pell has been transferred from a prison in Melbourne Australia after a drone flew overhead in what officials suspect was an attempt to photograph him bell is the highest ranking Catholic to be convicted of child sex abuse he molested to choir boys in the late nineteen

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Australia's highest court will hear Cardinal Pell's appeal

Hugh Hewitt

00:12 sec | 2 years ago

Australia's highest court will hear Cardinal Pell's appeal

"Australia's highest court has agreed to hear an appeal from the most senior Catholic can be found guilty of sexually abusing children gives cardinal George Pell his last chance of getting his convictions

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Cardinal Pell can appeal sex abuse charges, court rules

BBC World Service

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Cardinal Pell can appeal sex abuse charges, court rules

"A Vatican treasurer cardinal George Pell has been given a final chance to challenge his conviction for child sex abuse by Australia's highest court a panel of seven judges will decide next year whether he can appeal cardinal pound is currently serving a six year prison sentence for abusing true Quora boys in Melbourne he's always maintained his

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Australia's highest court will hear Cardinal Pell's appeal

Tim Conway Jr.

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Australia's highest court will hear Cardinal Pell's appeal

"And Australia's highest court has agreed to hear an appeal from the most senior Catholic to be found guilty of sexually abusing children hi court of Australia said would weigh cardinal George Pell convictions for molesting two choirboys in a cathedral two decades ago the appeal is pals last chance to get his convictions overturned and leave prison

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Most senior Catholic pedophile appeals Australia convictions

Hugh Hewitt

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

Most senior Catholic pedophile appeals Australia convictions

"The most senior Catholic to be found guilty of sexually abusing children has filed an appeal in Australia's highest court cardinal George Pell lodging a twelve page application for the seven judges to consider hearing his

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George Pell, Attorney And Lisa Flynn discussed on Del Walmsley

Del Walmsley

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

George Pell, Attorney And Lisa Flynn discussed on Del Walmsley

"Administrate appeals court Wednesday upheld convictions against cardinal George Pell for molesting choir boys Lisa Flynn the attorney for a man whose son allegedly was abused by the Catholic leader says the jury's decision will be powerful for survivors and victims of abuse around

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Cardinal Theodore Mccarrick, George Pell And Australia discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

00:59 min | 2 years ago

Cardinal Theodore Mccarrick, George Pell And Australia discussed on NPR News Now

"Appeal court's ruling to uphold the conviction of the most senior catholic prelate to have been found guilty of sex abuse against minors but as n._p._r.'s sylvia pohjola tells us the holy sea says cardinal george pell has the right to another appeal the holy see said it respects australia's judicial system and confirmed its compassion for the victims of sexual abuse it also noted that pell has always maintained his innocence and that its own investigation asian will await the outcome of any final appeal in australia in december unanimous jury found the pope's former finance minister guilty of molesting two thirteen year old choirboys always more than two decades ago. He was sentenced to six years in prison. The pels sex abuse cases one of several that have plagued the papacy of pope francis. He has had to deal deal with a massive cover up in chile the conviction of a french cardinal for failing to report an abuser and the defrocking of former u._s. Cardinal theodore mccarrick for molesting children an and adults super bowl jolie n._p._r.

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Australian court rejects Cardinal Pell's appeal of sex abuse conviction

The Troubleshooter

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Australian court rejects Cardinal Pell's appeal of sex abuse conviction

"The Vatican is reacting to the latest twist in a sex abuse case involving one of its former top officials while reiterating its respect for the Australian judicial system can spokesperson Matthew Bruni read out the Vatican's reaction to Australian cardinal George Pell losing his appeal against his conviction for sexually assaulting two choir boys in the nineteen nineties one later went on to commit suicide with the other reported pal as an adult the holy see records of the cardinal has always maintained his innocence Bernie said about a can remains close with the victims of abuse and is committed to pursuing abusers within the church a claim survivors say there is little

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Cardinal George Pell loses appeal of sex abuse convictions

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Cardinal George Pell loses appeal of sex abuse convictions

"An Australian court has ruled that former Vatican treasure cardinal George Pell will remain in prison for at least another three years after losing an appeal against his conviction for sexually abusing two thirteen year old choir boys tell the highest ranking Catholic worldwide to be convicted of child sex offenses was jailed for six years in March after being found guilty on five charges of abusing the two boys while he was archbishop of Melbourne in the late nineteen

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Cardinal George Pell loses appeal of sex abuse convictions

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Cardinal George Pell loses appeal of sex abuse convictions

"An Australian court has ruled that former Vatican treasure cardinal George Pell will remain in prison for at least another three years after losing an appeal against his conviction for sexually abusing two thirteen year old choir boys tell the highest ranking Catholic worldwide to be convicted of child sex offenses was jailed for six years in March after being found guilty on five charges of abusing the two boys while he was archbishop of Melbourne in the late nineteen

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George Pell, Australia And Treasurer discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

George Pell, Australia And Treasurer discussed on BBC World Service

"The highest ranking Catholic clerics to be found guilty of child sex abuse cardinal George Pell has lost his appeal against his conviction in Australia the former Vatican treasurer was found guilty last December of abusing two boys in the late nineteen nineties one of his victims that he was happy the cardinal was behind

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"cardinal george pell" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"cardinal george pell" Discussed on AP News

"Crash on Sunday killing everyone on board? A plane's black boxes have not yet been analysed. But now the airline says they'll be sent overseas for analysis. No decision yet on where the US is one of the few places where the Boeing seven thirty-seven max aid is still allowed to fly after two deadly crashes. The entire European Union and Australia have grounded the Boeing seven thirty-seven max, eight jetliners from their airspace and New Zealand and Fiji have suspended. Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight flights in and out of the two countries in the United States, the FAA has not grounded the max aids. And Canada's transport minister says he has no plans to ground Canada's fleet of seven thirty seven max aircraft. I'm Mike Rossier? Desperate. Housewives star Felicity Huffman, posted two hundred fifty thousand dollars bond after an appeal. Renson federal court in Los Angeles last night, one of dozens of wealthy parents accused of cheating or paying bribes to get their kids into elite colleges. Julie Lithgow James is a former Stanford University. Dean of freshmen, parents are afraid parents are afraid that if I don't do everything I possibly can to get my kids at the right college. They won't have a future. Authorities say this investigation isn't over California's putting the death penalty on hold governor Gavin Newsom will sign the executive order today. More than seven hundred inmates are on death row in California. Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort could get ten more years in prison when he's sentenced today in Washington in the Russia investigation last week. He got almost four years on a separate convection. Australian cardinal George Pell, the Vatican's former finance minister has been sentenced to six years in prison for molesting two choir boys, after a Sunday mass in the nineteen ninety s this is AP radio news. We'll cameras document the trial of actor jussie smollet attorneys on both sides say they're okay with that. Jesse small. Let's lawyer says she wants cameras to document his trial to show the public the evidence and the lack thereof attorney Tina gland, Ian told judge LeRoy Martin in Chicago that a lot of misinformation has been leaked Martin says the eventual trial judge will decide whether to allow cameras during the trial smell is charged with sixteen counts of lying to police about being the victim of a racist and homophobic attack in January. Police say smell paid two men to attack him because he was unhappy with his salary and wanted to promote his career cameras will be allowed during small. Let's next hearing on Thursday Margie's are Aleta. Chicago health officials warn the travelers in LA international airport may have been exposed to measles last month. They say those who may have been exposed include people who were in terminal b and delta terminal three between nine AM and nine PM on February twenty first Rita Foley, AP radio news. With Amazon music of voices. All you need. Alexa,.

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Cardinal George Pell, Former Vatican Official, Sentenced To 6 Years In Prison

Red Eye Radio

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Cardinal George Pell, Former Vatican Official, Sentenced To 6 Years In Prison

"Action. The Vatican's former finance minister is going to prison for six years for molesting two choirboys when he served in Australia judge Peter kids shot down one argument by cardinal George. Pels defense argument of your council. This offense was committed by George Pell, the man and not by you, George Pell, the archbishop kospi roundly

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Cardinal George, Pell And Finance Minister discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

Cardinal George, Pell And Finance Minister discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"The most senior Catholic to ever be convicted of child sex abuse has been sentenced to six years in prison. Australian cardinal George. Pell denies the allegations and is appealing his conviction. He served as the former finance minister for pope

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"cardinal george pell" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"cardinal george pell" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Senior Raymond Catholic to be convicted for sexual crimes George palace being sentenced to six years in jail for abusing two boys. And you report also says the disease violence and inequality threaten more adolescence worldwide than ever before. And the prime minister of our Baena Olsen artist who's become embroiled in condo about. Art. Keeping myself saying. Being concentrated in the discussions. Those stories are lined up for you. After this news bulletin. Hello. I'm David Harper. With the BBC news. The British government has suffered a second crushing defeat in its efforts to get parliamentary approval for a deal to leave the European Union in two weeks time, the Prime Minister Theresa may said she profoundly regretted the result. What she said was the best and only deal available. Chris Mason reports this was another huge defeat for the government after Theresa May nursing a sore throat and looking exhausted an upset said MP's would now get a vote on whether the UK should leave the without a deal. And if they rejected that option a further vote on Thursday on whether Brexit should be delayed. The labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn said it was now time for a general election. So will Brexit happen? Will it happen on time? And what will it look like, we still don't know? A slew of European leaders have said they. Grant, the British results. A spokesman for the head of the paean cancelled Donald tusk said it significantly increase the chances on Britain leaving the block without a deal. In a statement, the European Commission said it also increased the chances of the being no Brexit at all. A judge in Australia has sentenced cardinal George Pell to six years for sexually abusing two teenage boys in Melbourne cathedral twenty two years ago. The seventy seven year old cardinal a former advise it's in the pope is the most senior clergyman ever to be convicted of child sex offenses in Iran move, the sentencing hearing in which events were described in detail was televised. Live Griffith is in Melbourne. Using a.

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Cardinal George Pell sentenced to 6 years in prison

Chris Krok

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Cardinal George Pell sentenced to 6 years in prison

"An Australian judge has been sentenced has since the most senior Catholic to being convicted of child sex abuse to six years in prison for molesting two you choirboys and a Melbourne cathedral more than twenty years ago. The judge ordered cardinal George Pell to serve a minimum three years and eight months before he is eligible for parole. Now Pell denies the allegations and says he will appeal his conviction

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"cardinal george pell" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"cardinal george pell" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Call Charlie make who was World Trade Center director, then says the evacuation lessons learned that day. Save lives six and a half years later when attackers destroyed the twin towers with jet planes, scores of survivors and friends lined up to place roses by the names of the dead inscribed on the granite plaques of the Trade Center in the boy, Warren Levinson, New York, KOMO senior Catholic cleric ever convicted of child sex abuse could face his first night in custody after his sentencing hearing Wednesday that will decide his punishment for molesting two choirboys and a Melbourne cathedral. Two decades ago cardinal George Pell was convicted in December, but a quarter had captive verdict. Suppressed until Tuesday this is townhall dot com. The thought of served chairman Jerome Powell says the US economy should keep expanding at a solid though somewhat slower pace this year appearing before the Senate banking committee Powell also warned of growing risks, including a global slowdown volatile financial markets and uncertainty about US trade policy in delivering the Fed's semi-annual monetary report to congress Powell says the fed will be patient in determining when to boost its benchmark policy rate in light of the various cross-currents and conflicting signals. He says the feds rate decisions will be data dependent as the economic outlook. Evolve. Corresponded Jeremy house now, you're in president Muhammadu Buhari has been declared the winner of a troubled election in Africa's most populous country, the former military dictator won easily by nearly four million votes despite widespread criticism that he had not delivered enough at his promises to fight corruption and insecurity and strengthen the economy. More of these stories at townhall dot com. Patrick fos. Oh, do.

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"cardinal george pell" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"cardinal george pell" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Remember, you have nothing to lose and everything to gain. JC Oklahoma City. Statia pitchy over one billion. Five point three FM and fifteen twenty AM groggy under fire. Pope's adviser a pedophile. I'm Mike boss. Pharmaceutical industry executives testifying before congress say quick fixes to lower drug prices could jeopardize future medical breakthroughs and the CEO Richard Gonzales in Washington, Senator Maria Cantwell got into it on the issue of drug affordability the same patient. They couldn't afford the caused had seven thousand dollars. Unfortunately, can't afford thirty two hundred and fifty out. Well, I will tell you. What is absurd is? The fact that you got a six point three billion dollar tax break in the last tax Bill, and you can't even say that you're for basic market functions like giving people discounts when they're bundled and you get volume today's the first time the top drug industry officials have been called to account for how they price. Their medicines cardinal George Pell is now a convicted pedophile and he's a close advisor to pope Francis. More from correspondent Delia gal. Bigger and roll the pope handpicked cardinal Pell to come over here and help and try and clean up finances. This is really a man who has been close to pope Francis. The conviction comes on the heels of the pope's special meeting of church leaders to deal with clergy sex abuse. The Washington Post reports the US military blocked. The Russian troll farm accused of interfering with the two thousand sixteen election from being able to get online on election day. Twenty eighteen one source says they basically shut them down and says a train with almost two hundred people aboard is finally moving again after being stuck in a snowy spot south of Eugene, Oregon. Correspondent Nick want reports the train is not heading to Los ain't those put back to Oregon just passed a forty hour. Mark four zero hours since that train hit that Diane tree on the track. The train is not moving, but it's moving backwards towards Seattle. On Wall Street. The Dow is down twenty one points the s&p down to while. The NASDAQ is down. Fifteen points. I'm Mike boss. There's nothing small about your business. Your passion, your hours your.

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"cardinal george pell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"cardinal george pell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To be child. Now hyme detention. None of these pathetic week Justice. We wanna seeming Giles we want to see him for all I in health. That's an abuse victim. Talking about cardinal George Pell to highest ranking Roman Catholic leader ever convicted of sexual abuse. Pell sentencing comes down on Wednesday and could be a maximum of fifty years in prison. ABC's David Wright is following the case for us. And David this cardinal was so high up in the church. He was an advisor to the pope wasn't he? Yeah. He was part of the sort of cabinet the cardinals that pope Francis named to help him run the day to day affairs of the church, and he was basically the number three guy at the Vatican. You have the pope then the secretary of state and then the papal treasurer. So that was his position. He's now no longer part of the pope's cabinet. I'm not sure if he retains his title of treasurer or not. But if he does not for long today. The Vatican issued a statement saying that it respects the Australia Justice system, it will await the appeal, but it respects the court's decision and David comes days after the sexual abuse summit at the Vatican house, the church responding in secondarily is that coincidental. Timing. It's not coincidental. Timing this conviction actually happened back in December. And what drove the timing of it? Now. Was that? There was a second round of charges related to a separate incident with cardinal Pell that was due to be tried this week that case got thrown out and with it the gag order that had been in place on the earlier conviction. So it's just a piece of bad timing on the part of the Vatican. But you know, it it could the timing. Really? Couldn't be worse for the past week. The focus has been on the church trying to address this and saying that there should be no more tolerance for abuse. Bishops who cover it up and that the church needs to be transparent. Now, the highest ranking church official ever has been convicted of this. And you know, they can't play. But this is something that's distant or four four. This had to do with conviction on molesting to choirboys. Has there been more of an indication about the sentence expected? Tomorrow is is it going to be fifty years likely? I it's not clear. The court has been lenient with with regard to his age and infirmity even though he was convicted back in December. They put off sentencing for a number of months because he needed to get knee surgery. And they said, you know, he's an old guys rail guy, we got a let him get the medical care that he needs. It's altogether possible that they make give him house arrest. But if they do do that there will be outcry in Australia has ABC's, David, right? Thank you so much for your time. Thanks nine twenty five or thereabouts money news..

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"cardinal george pell" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"cardinal george pell" Discussed on WSB-AM

"A tow truck driver recovering after being shot. This. Morning while repossessing a car another worker says bullets started flying as they loaded that vehicle onto their truck on rock bridge road this morning. The victim was hit in the back of the neck, but his injuries are not considered life threatening. Police have not said at the suspect is in custody after shooting himself in the foot. It's you about this and train with about two hundred passengers on board has been stranded in Oregon at Sunday night train travelling from Seattle to Los Angeles came to a standstill you're the tiny town of Oak Ridge after hitting a tree that had fallen on the snow cover tracks ABC's will car mother tells me her biggest frustration is not knowing exactly win. Her family can get help. They can't even get off the train to get air because they're still so much snow. They do have power and Amtrak hopes to get everybody off that train in the coming. Our new passengers or crew members of board were injured, but there are numerous track blockages from snow and fallen trees and area roads are closed, and that's what's making it. So difficult to get those passengers and crew off the train. He is the highest ranking Vatican official to face charges cargo. George Pell has now been convicted of sexual assault. He was the talk financial advisor to pope Francis himself and the Vatican's economy minister now seventy seven year old cardinal George Pell as being found guilty on five charges of child sex abuse by an Australian jury the verdict was based on offenses committed against two quad boys more than twenty years ago that is Ian panel reporting and WSB money update this morning Clinton Kelly among the five most affordable housing markets in the US coming in at number three. According to twenty.

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"cardinal george pell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:19 min | 3 years ago

"cardinal george pell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Steve Inskeep. In Washington DC. And I'm David Greene in Culver city Calif. Cardinal George Pell. The most senior Catholic cleric ever charged with sexual abuse has been convicted in Australia of molesting two choirboys in a Melbourne cathedral. Two decades ago cardinal Pell had been chosen by pope Francis. To run the Vatican's new economic ministry and to put the Holy See's finances. In order, here's reaction to the conviction for Marco ridge, the archbishop of Brisbane Australia, the same legal system that delivered the verdict. We'll now consider the appeal that the cardinals legal team has launched a hope at all times is that through this process. Justice will be served. I want to bring an NPR's, Sylvia. Pohjola who's covering? This is Sylvia. Hi, david. And I do want to warn our listeners before we get started at some pretty sensitive stuff will be talking about that might not be suitable for everyone. I guess it's worth noting this trial actually ended in December. Right. We're only learning details now because there was a gag order on the media. In austria. So go through what exactly we're learning about these charges? Well, we just learned pal. Who is seventy seven years old was convicted of five sexual offenses committed against two thirteen year old choirboys in one thousand nine hundred six in Melbourne cathedral. He was archbishop that each of the five offenses carries a maximum of ten years in jail. He's due to appear in court tomorrow for sentencing the victim whose name has not been released was thirteen at the time. The beauty described how Pell had exposed himself to the two boys fondled them enforced one boy to perform a sex act on him. Pell denies the allegations. And his lawyers said he's being made a scapegoat for the failings of the entire church towards sexual abuse by priests, and they will appeal the verdict, can you tell me more about karnal Pell his background Pell spent most of his first three decades as a priest and Ballarat that's a gold mining town, some seventy five miles from Melbourne several investigations, federal and state investigations would later revealed that Ballarat was one of the worst affected diocese with cases of. Abused by priests. Although none of the complaints from there were those made against pale during that period, he rose up the career ladder and in two thousand one he became archbishop of Sydney, the top ranking Catholic position or Australia, and he was already a polarizing figure then in two thousand and two. He said abortion is a worse moral scandal than pre sexually abusing young people. Since abortion, always ends with the destruction of human life. The first complaints against him were made public in two thousand sixteen a year later, he took leave from of absence from the Vatican. Pope Francis had named economy minister any returned home to face charges against him. I mean, we we've heard so much of your reporting on pope Francis. Dealing with so many cases of pedophile priests in all over the world. But does does this conviction? Bring a top Vatican official bring this whole scandal much closer to this pope. Absolutely. And today the Vatican just issued a statement at agrees with the statement made by. By archbishop college. It said Pels conviction is painful, it's aware to shock. Many people not only in Australia it full respect for Australian Justice. And he's waiting for the results of the appeal. It pointed out the Pell says he's innocent, and he has a right to defend himself to the last level of Justice. But it also said the pope is confirmed precautionary measures already taken against pale, including a ban on his saying mass in public. And as is the rule they are contact in any way or form with minors until the final verdict is handed down on a peel impure, Sylvia Poggioli. Thanks so much, Sylvia. Thank you, David. India says its fighter jets crossed into Pakistan early today the Indian jets bombed a militant training camp. The Indian government says, quote, a very large number of terrorists were killed Pakistan says the Indian jets struck nothing NPR's Lauren freyre is in the Indian capital New Delhi to help us sort this out either Lauren. Hi, Steve, I guess we should remember the old saying the truth is the first casualty of war, but we'll try to figure out what we can. Why does India say that it's sent planes across the border? India says, it was acting on intelligence of imminent suicide attacks being planned by militants on the Pakistani side, it says its fighter jets bombed one of the biggest training camps of j SHI Muhammad that is a group based in Pakistan, which the US designates as a terror group, and which claimed responsibility for a suicide car bomb that killed Indian troops earlier this month. So India says this was retaliation. And that it killed. A very large number of fighters trainees and leaders of that group. That's the Indian version. What's the Pakistani version to hear Pakistan, describe it? It sounds like a totally different event. A much more minor event Pakistan says Indian jets crossed into Pakistani airspace pockets Donnie, jets were scrambled in response. And that Indian jets dropped their payload in an open field. No casualties. No injury. Okay. So there's a huge difference about what happened. But no dispute that India sent planes across the border is it normal that India would conduct. What sounds like an act of war against another country? These are archrival neighbors. They've fought a number of wars against one another since independence from Britain in one thousand nine hundred forty seven. So there have been scuffles every now and again, but it's no it's not normal. Okay. And then there's the question of why the two sides would differ so greatly about what happened beyond simple the different separate differ. So greatly over what happened. What would the motive be for India to play up this attack while Pakistan would play down? Look Indians are really upset over this suicide car bomb earlier this month that killed forty Indian troops. That's the deadliest attack in three decades in Kashmir, that's where it took place. It's a territory split between India and Pakistan. There have been funerals for these troops across India, and they've morphed into these nationalist rallies. People are calling for revenge against Pakistan. So the government the Indian government was under pressure to retaliate. People have been calling. For it in the streets here. Oh, so that would be why India would say we've now taken a big big step. That's right. And on the Pakistani side, look, nobody wants an all out war here, Pakistan has always said it would retaliate if India attacks its soil today Pakistan's foreign minister promised a befitting response, but for Pakistan A B fitting response to a raid that killed many people or an era incursion that lasted a few minutes and killed no one. This is beginning to sound like something of a charade granting that some people may or may not have been killed. Absolutely. And no matter what happened Indian politicians are applauding the bravery of their pilots. This is a very nationalist moment in India. We have elections coming here. Prime minister Narendra Modi was at a rally today. He's running for re election a second term. He told the crowd that country is in safe hands. And that he will not.

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"cardinal george pell" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"cardinal george pell" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Over the border wall cardinal, George Pell Austrailia convicted of child sex abuse. Most senior Catholic cleric ever charged voters. Choosing a new mayor in Chicago today. Michael Cohen testifies behind closed doors on Capitol Hill. Trump says an American oil worker held in Yemen has been freed Hulu updating its monthly pricing and the Texas man with a holiday in retirement plan that story in about twenty minutes. America's elites special operations forces are getting new marching orders as the Pentagon moves away from its post nine eleven focus on radical terrorist, groups and trains. It's eye on big power rivals such as China and Russia, it's an exclusive story by Carlo Muna's military correspondent at the Washington Times Carlo what are you seeing we've seen the department cut it evolved from this post September eleventh kind of mentality, you know, hunting down terrorists linked to Al Qaeda, Taliban these state, and now we're focusing more towards threats posed by you know, kind of near peer competitor says they like to say here in the Pentagon like Russia and China. So when you shift kind of gears like that, and you're dealing with a new type of enemy cut him. You know, a a reverse back to when the chase really was more concerned about, you know, confrontation with actual state serving on organized terrorist groups, you have to adjust and. You know, it's one of those things where you gotta start somewhere and shop raises community is no exception. So they spent the last, you know, over a decade kind.

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"cardinal george pell" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"cardinal george pell" Discussed on KOMO

"Cardinal, George Pell. The Vatican treasurer convicted of multiple child sex offenses. He's the most senior Catholic official found guilty of abusing children the case against Pell was based on a single surviving accuser. Whose lawyer Dr Vivian Waller read a statement on his behalf like many survivors have experienced shame loneliness, depression and struggle, like many survivors. It has taken me years to understand the impact on my life. Pell was found guilty late last year a court order banning the announcement was lifted Tuesday, the seventy seven year old Pell has repeatedly denied the claims against him. His lawyers have already filed an appeal the pope removed from his advisory council in December. But Pels conviction brings the global sexual abuse scandal to the heart of the Vatican. Correspondent John Laurence reporting. We'll have more on that later in the broad. Cast house. Democrats say there's no crisis at the US border with Mexico, and they're putting their votes where their mouths are planning to vote today to overturn the president's emergency declaration on that now from Jerry bowed Lander on Capitol Hill. Michael house. Democrats say there's no crisis at the US border with Mexico, and so are poised to vote to overturn the president's emergency declaration a move that would allow them to take money from the Pentagon and elsewhere in order to build a border wall money that congress refused to approve house speaker Nancy Pelosi says that in addition to there being no emergency. The president's move runs counter to the constitution, which gives congress the power of the purse, the president's power grab you surplus that constitutional responsibility and fundamentally violates the balance of power envisioned by our founders, Texas, congressman Joaquin Castro says not only is the walnut necessary. This president and future presidents would be emboldened. If the emergency declaration is allowed to stand if the president is successful in getting his way on this rest assured, he will come back. He will try this again, the Democrats. Measure has at least two hundred and thirty cosponsors in the house. So approval is a short Democrats will soon introduce a similar measure in the Senate, and it could win over enough Republicans for passage since several have voiced concerns about the emergency declaration fearing, it would set a precedent that would allow other end runs around congress in a tweet. The president warned Senate Republicans against being led down the path of weak and ineffective border security should the measure passed the Senate. The president has promised to veto it and an override is considered unlikely. Michael, thanks, Jerry, Jerry Boland reporting for first light from Capitol Hill this morning, it's ten after the hour. Now on first light Air Force One has made its second refueling stop at a military base south west of Doha cutter overnight as President Trump makes his way to Vietnam for his second meeting with North Korean leader, Kim Jong Hoon. The president is expected to land.

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"cardinal george pell" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"cardinal george pell" Discussed on KDOW

"With us for a news, Patrick fos? As the house is set to vote Tuesday international to block the president's declaration of a national emergency to build a border wall. Mr. Trump says wall, make solid economic sense. We had a wall would save a fortune not only on drugs that are being smuggled into the country, but would save it just not having to pay military not having to pay so much in the border patrol. The president has threatened veto if the measure also passes the Senate, also news dot com. The most senior Catholic cleric ever charged with child sex abuse was found guilty by Australian jury on the heels of the just-completed Vatican summit on preventing abuse. It's been revealed in Australia that cardinal George. Pell was convicted in December of molesting two choirboys. The twelve member jury unanimously convicted pal of abusing to thirteen year old boys whom he caught swigging sacramental wine in Melbourne's Saint Patrick's cathedral in hundred eighty six details of the trial had been suppressed because Pell had faced a second trial on charges of another assault. But a prosecu-. Later informed. The Victoria state county court that those charges have been dropped and asked for the suppression order to be lifted a sentencing hearing on December conviction begins Wednesday. I'm Mike Rossier doubt about that his church teetered on the brink of break up Monday after more than half the delegates at an international conference voted to maintain bans on so-called, same sex marriage and ordination of homosexual clergy. A final vote won't come until Tuesday's closing session. And the outcome remains uncertain nine eleven first responders survivors and their advocates some second disabled rallied at the capital Monday to demand congress. Not forget their sacrifice nine eleven responding. John field says he and his group are pressing congress to restore the nine eleven victims compensation fund that is nearly gutted. If you're morally bankrupt, will expose you. If you practice political malpractice, we will expose you. If you politically literate, we will expose you thought is quickly running out of money due to a record number of claims. This is s renews. What if every time you went out.

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"cardinal george pell" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"cardinal george pell" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"That's one of the stories we're following on AM seven sixty the San Diego city council yesterday voted unanimously to repeal an ordinance that prohibits people from sleeping in their vehicles. Partly because of federal court has ruled against such laws some beach area residents told news eight they're worried about safety and sanitation problems and the city needs to provide more safe parking restrooms and trash cans more at CBS dot com. Police are looking for clues about the death of a man found on a sidewalk late. Sunday night in Lincoln park. The man in his twenties or thirties was found in the three hundred block of forty seventh street shortly after eleven pm attorney general having your ba- Sarah is proposing to expand law giving California consumers more power to sue corporations for misusing their data. The proposal would remove a requirement that companies get legal advice from the Sarah's office before a suit can move forward. AM seven sixty K F, M B, talk and breaking news, CBS news update, and Australia. Jury has convicted cardinal George Pell of sexually assaulting two thirteen year old choirboys at Melbourne cathedral more than twenty years ago. The verdict was reached a December, but was suppressed until now by gag order. Heather Ryan has been following the trial. I just. God judges them accordingly. George Pell isn't the only one, of course, as Linda position ski with dignity. USA nonprofit group that focuses on LGBT rights, and the Catholic church it in an incredibly long time coming but to have someone in such a major position in the Catholic church. Finally, get convicted of sex abuse and have to deal with the consequences. Finally is heartening and at the same time. It's incredibly sad that it's taken this long. Tell is the most senior Catholic official to be found guilty of child sex offenses CBS news update, I'm Matt AM.

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"cardinal george pell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"cardinal george pell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A doubt the best. So he's done all week, Pat walls on NewsRadio K F B K. I'm going to jump right back into this. I need enough time to talk about this. Also, thanks for being there. I mean, just say this talking about sexual deviance kind about Jerry, Sandusky, and Robert Kraft and R Kelly and now George bell, Mattel, you what I'm a I'm trying to be genuine and honest with you I along with many others are extremely proud Catholics. I'm electorate in my church. I read it church. I read God's word. Okay. So I believe that for a minute here. I can speak for many Catholics. Maybe not everyone. We all have different opinion, whatever, but I can tell you this watch. Cardinal George Pell. Vatican treasurer found guilty of child sexual assault. Once the most third once third most powerful man in the Vatican Australia's most senior Catholic been found guilty of child sexual abuse after a trial by jury delivered the unanimous verdict on eleven December eleven in Melbourne's a county. But the result was subject to suppression order, blah, blah, blah. Okay. Pope Francis who had previously praised golfers honesty response to the sexual child abuse as yet to publicly react, but he will just two days after the unreported verdict in December because again, upheld conviction likely imprisonment will cause shockwaves through a global Catholic congregation as a blow to Francis efforts to get a grip on sexual abuse. Okay. Ms speak right now for myself. I say I'm speak for other Catholics believe this bomber speak for myself. So I think I can do a proud Catholic. This guy right here. George pell. I don't care was a cardinal. The treasurer at the Vatican. I don't care. You're a piece of filth, and I can assure you, my friends that every Catholic I know is absolutely appalled by any single case of sexual abuse. It's awful. That's how we feel..

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"cardinal george pell" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"cardinal george pell" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"A fabrication. That's how disputed Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro characterizes the political crisis his country in his first American interviewing years Madura tells ABC's Tom yomas that the US is lying to start a war. In South America said the whole humanitarian aid from the United States, the hundreds of tons of humanitarian aid medical supplies, food that his country definitely needs is all a Hollywood show. But it's all a ploy all a plot. To basically, get American hands on Venezuelan oil vice President Mike Pence travel Columbia to tell Venezuelan opposition leader one Guido that the US back for better. We hope for a peaceful transition we hope that Madero and those members of his regime who are supported by his corruption and brutality will leave the country peacefully. The UN Security Council is scheduled an open meeting Tuesday on Venezuela at the request of the US. President Trump is still on Air Force One headed for a second summit with. North Korean leader, Kim, Jon in Hanoi, Vietnam. There is no expectation that coming out of this summit summit to there would be some kind of a grand nuclear deal where the North Koreans at Greer once and for all to dismantle their entire program. Sanctions are lifted and we all live in peace, and harmony, but there is some hope for some kind of an interim agreement where the North Koreans would begin to take some potentially significant steps towards scaling back and eventually doing away with their nuclear program ABC's, Jonathan Karl in Hanoi Kim has just arrived in the Vietnam capital cardinal, George Pell faced a crowd of hecklers as he left in Australia..

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"cardinal george pell" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"cardinal george pell" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The highest ranking Roman Catholic cleric ever accused of child sex abuse has been convicted correspondent John Stolnis reports on the guilty verdict. That was revealed today cardinal George Pell was convicted in Australia of molesting two thirteen year old choirboys moments after a celebration of mass back in nineteen. Ninety-six jury delivered a unanimous verdict against him back on December eleventh after deliberating for more than two days. Details about the trial emerged today after the court had forbidden any information from being released to the public until now hell is the Vatican treasurer and was a close advisor to pope Francis. Before Francis quietly removed him from his small council of advisors for reasons of advancing age in the same month. The secret trial was held President Trump is on his way, North Korean dictator Kim Jong own has already arrived in Vietnam or the two will meet on Wednesday. Correspondent Bob Costantini is in Hanoi where their summit will take place. Vietnam is still politically a tightly controlled communist nation. But now there are modern looking high rise buildings with more going up one hotel where media are staying for the summit has a casino inside it and Vietnam makes a lot of the things we buy in the US on Tuesday House Democrats plan to approve a resolution rejecting President Trump's national emergency declaration to fund the border wall, Representative Joaquin Castro. A Texas democrat says congress must reclaim its power to control. How tax dollars are spent. The president consistently said that any wall would be paid for by Mexico. Mexico refused to pay and congress refused to pay. And so the president rather than letting things be decided that he would act unilaterally. Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is asking a federal judge for leniency as he awaits sentencing. In criminal cases stemming from the Russia investigation without rose, sixty points today. I'm Evan Haning. I'm nick. Wwl news, Ryan tears, Belan using handheld.

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