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"catan g brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | Last month

"catan g brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And repeat after me. I ketanji Brown Jackson, do solemnly swear. I Brown Jackson do solemnly swear. That I will support and defend the constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic. That I will support and defend the constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic. On the last day of the term, ketanji Brown Jackson was sworn in as the 116th associate justice of the Supreme Court. The first black woman to serve on the court and her first term will include divisive cases on affirmative action, gay rights, the environment and election law. I've been talking to constitutional law expert Michael dorff, a professor at Cornell law school. It's always said that when a new justice comes on the court, there's a change in the dynamic, but with this court, do you think that justice catan G Brown Jackson will make a difference? I think, yes, I think that her presence will affect the dynamic at oral argument. I think it will affect the dynamic of how dissents get written. I think it's significant now that all of the justices likely to be in the minority in fees divided cases are women. And so all of that affects the way in which cases are argued, the way in which opinions in the sense are written, the fact that we now have two African Americans sitting on the court at the same time, I think that takes away a little bit of the rhetorical power that justice Thomas might have had, but the bottom line, of course, is that you're just substituting justice Jackson for the justice for whom she clerked justice Breyer and that doesn't affect outcomes in more than a handful of probably low profile cases. Let's discuss some of the cases for next term. There's one involving gay rights where a website designer and Colorado refused to start creating pages for same sex weddings because it would be at odds with her faith. So in principle, this isn't a gay rights

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"catan g brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | Last month

"catan g brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Raise your right hand and repeat after me. I ketanji Brown Jackson, do solemnly swear. I Brown Jackson do solemnly swear. That I will support and defend the constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic. That I will support and defend the constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic. On the last day of the term, catan G Brown Jackson was sworn in as the 116th associate justice of the Supreme Court. The first black woman to serve on the court and her first term will include divisive cases on affirmative action, gay rights, the environment and election law. I've been talking to constitutional law expert Michael Dorf, a professor at Cornell law school. It's always said that when a new justice comes on the court, there's a change in the dynamic, but with this court, do you think that justice Brown Jackson will make a difference? I think, yes, I think that her presence will affect the dynamic at oral argument. I think it will affect the dynamic of how dissents get written. I think it's significant now that all of the justices likely to be in the minority in these divided cases are women. And so all of that affects the way in which cases are argued, the way in which opinions in the sense are written, the fact that we now have two African Americans sitting on the court at the same time, I think that takes away a little bit of the rhetorical power that justice Thomas might have had, but the bottom line, of course, is that you're just substituting justice Jackson for the justice for whom she clerked justice Breyer and that doesn't affect outcomes in more than a handful of probably low profile cases. Let's discuss some of the cases for next term. There's one involving gay rights where a website designer and Colorado refused to start creating pages for same sex weddings because it would be at odds with her faith. So in principle, this isn't a gay rights case

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"catan g brown" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

08:23 min | 3 months ago

"catan g brown" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"Many of you too, I have come to really appreciate that who we have in the judiciary matters a whole bunch like a lot. And we're not just talking at the level of the Supreme Court or the federal bench, all of that. But we're talking about even in the local areas in our states and in our cities. And for today, because this is my podcast, I am calling an audible. I'm breaking my own rule. My guess is not an Asian American of any kind. He's a friend and full disclosure. I've actually contributed to his campaign to be elected as a superior court judge in Los Angeles County. His name is Patrick hare and first and foremost Patrick, welcome to my home. Welcome to the podcast. Pleasure to be here. I've enjoyed listening to it over the years. I've had several friends that have been guests and it's an honor to be here. I think we sort of got introduced to each other through was a rob Asgard. Yes. Yeah, okay, so I'm sure roger gonna listen to this episode. Rob has been a guest many years ago. He definitely is someone who's networked in a very interesting way. And we just kind of knew each other virtually through the Facebook group that he said up renting and raving and all of that. But I'd say within the last two years, we've actually crossed paths and as I've come to know you off the Facebook page as someone who's been in the public defender's office in LA county for well over 30 years and someone who actually has a master's degree from my Alma mater in past need a fuller seminary, I was fascinated and em fascinated that you've taken the step professionally to run to be a superior court judge in Los Angeles County. So what are you crazy? Why not leave well enough alone? Yeah, I'm so close to retirement with the public defender's office. It's fascinating my wife reminds me that when we began dating years ago, she asked me if I ever wanted to become a judge and at that time, my answer was no. I came to be an attorney in a climate much different than the legal environment we're living in today. The pendulum had really swung far to the right. There are three strikes law came into effect. The gang enhancements, which tend to be filed for people of color and the poor, primarily, were in place and the old adage if your only tool is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail and the main tool in the criminal justice system for much of my career has been incarceration. And it's only been in the last few years that states and counties throughout the country are beginning to reevaluate their approach to criminal justice and realizing that the revolving door of the prison system is not working. People are not coming out of the prison system transformed and rehabilitated into the people that we need them to be to succeed and thrive and participate in our culture. They're coming out worse often they were. They're coming out deeply traumatized by the experience and continuing the behaviors that got them there in the first place. So as that Pendleton began to swing back the other way with a new focus on treatment, particularly for those suffering from mental illness and substance abuse issues and issues of homelessness, the sort of destabilizing effects that so often lead to criminality in the first place that I began to see a role for myself in the judiciary. Too many judges are steeped in the old narrative, and we need judges that are open to providing opportunities for transformation too many times I'd have a client and I would approach the judge and the prosecutor and say I would love for this person to get into this dual diagnosis mental health substance abuse program and the judge and the DA would say, well, they should have done that 30 years ago because now they've been to prison 5 different times. So their chance has passed them by, when in fact they very often were never offered that program and their first term or their second or their third or their 5th, and now that is the reason for denying them that treatment that they so desperately need. So part of it was coming after 30 years in the public defender's office. I was starting to look for another way to contribute to the community with my particular skills and passions for justice. And also beginning to see that I believe there really could be a place for someone like myself in the judiciary. So that's what started this process a couple of years ago. Well, what I learned from you at one of your fundraiser events is that the typical attorney who gets elected to the superior court bench is usually on the DA side of the line. It's very unusual, very rare for someone to go from being a public defender to being a judge. Did I hear you correctly? In Los Angeles County ever since the courts have been unified, there used to be a municipal court and then a superior court. But since all the courts have been unified in California, no public defender has ever been elected judge and virtually always district attorneys or attorneys from what's called big law, big law firms get elected. And I think part of that was just the tenor of the times. There was a lot more emphasis in the culture on get tough on crime. And so for part of that, a lot of public defenders see themselves as people that are fighting against the system, but not all of us do. For many years, no public defenders ran at all. And so in the last 20 years, I can only think of three public defenders that ran. Now, when you're on the ballot, you get what's called a ballot designation, district attorneys will generally put deputy district attorney in times past. They were allowed to put such white hat terms as child molester prosecutor. Prosecutor, homicide prosecutor, and none of the public defenders in the past had had the courage to list themselves as deputy public defender. I think there's a conception, a misconception in our culture that people that are public defenders are not real attorneys or that they need to be a public defender for so many years before they become a district attorney, not realizing the large number of people that are deeply passionate about issues of justice, helping the poor that are public defenders their entire career. Unfortunately, that stereotype carries over to our clients that often refer to us as public pretenders because they have not we're not sending them a bill at the end of our service. So no public defender has ever been elected judge in Los Angeles County in no public defender has run under the designation as a deputy public defender. Several things have changed in the last few years that have given me the courage to declare myself to be a deputy public defender in my ballot designation. One is, as I've alluded to, there's beginning to be a shift in the culture towards an emphasis on treatment over incarceration. We're seeing not only in Los Angeles, but in Philadelphia and Boston in San Francisco, progressive prosecutors being elected to bring in elements of restorative justice into our criminal justice system. And then fortuitously in the last year, we had the nomination of catan G Brown Jackson to be a Supreme Court Justice, and she's now been confirmed. So there's been a lot of notions in the air about public defenders actually being qualified to serve as judges. So it's a historic year, not only myself, but 5 other attorneys from the public defender's office in Los Angeles County are running for judge and our ballot designation for all of us is deputy public defender..

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"catan g brown" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

05:13 min | 4 months ago

"catan g brown" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Slash dinesh and take a stand for America. Our next question is about judge catan G Brown Jackson. This is Peter from Connecticut. My concern is that as bad as things are now in four to 8 years, people will forget what it was like to be under complete democratic control. Would it be helpful to have Brown Jackson as a reminder to people of the bad old days of ultra liberal left wing politics, which could come back at any moment if elections go awry. I mean, this is a, this is a question only a conservative would ask because the question in effect is, do we need a really bad Democrat on the court? Just as a kind of sober reminder of how awful these people are. Now, if you flip the question, you'd never hear a Democrat say, hey, listen, let's have a real right winger on the court because this way it'll remind us of how horrible those right wingers are. The Democrats view is let's say I'm only Democrats on the court. They want complete victory. They don't even believe in the symbolic deployment of the other side. If only as a reminder of how bad that side is. Look, I don't think we need to stick our hands in the fire every now and then to remember that fire burns. I don't think that we need a Manson Family member to go do a gruesome murder every few years to remind us of how bad those people are. One of the points I tried to make in my film Hillary's America is that the rot in the Democratic Party is not episodic. It goes back to the beginning of the party. It started with Andrew Jackson. I mean, Andrew Jackson was a guy who invented, you may say, for the Democrats, the art of buying votes. We think today that's a phenomenon of the modern welfare state. It's a phenomenon that started with Woodrow Wilson. Yes, it did, in a sense. But if we go back to Andrew Jackson, what that guy was doing was he was pushing the Indians off their land using military force, and then what he would do is ascend essentially make that land available to poor white settlers who were like only to excited to be getting land for little or no value, but they all understood. Hey, who's giving us this line? Who's making it possible for us to occupy this land? Well, it's Andrew Jackson, so we should be grateful to him politically. Let's keep the guy in power, so Andrew Jackson was very well aware. That he was trading, you might say, land opportunities or land access for votes. And this is the Democratic Party got going. And then pretty soon it became the party of the slave owners, Andrew Jackson, of course, himself was a slave owner and a particularly cruel one. So we have a party that has now really since the 18 late 1820s. Democratic Party is sort of official date 1828. And it's been pulling one shenanigan after the other from slavery to segregation to Jim Crow to racial terrorism and on and on. So I don't know if people haven't gotten the message. Now a lot of people, of course, don't know the history of the Democratic Party. There's effort in schools and also by historians to who are on the democratic side to hide this history. And I think we would do a better job of publicizing it. It's really important. I find that when you talk, for example, the blacks about the racist history of the Democratic Party, it has an eye opening effect. For many years, Republicans didn't do that. They just talked about the fact that well, you know, Republicans aren't really all that racist. It's wrong to call us racists where, you know, there are racists in our on our side, but you know we're not racist as a party. And that kind of defensive rhetoric gets you nowhere. But if you say, well, you know what, think of the worst crimes of American history, the displacement, and in some respects, genocide of the Native Americans, the internment of the Japanese after World War II, think about the outrageous perpetrated against blacks in various forms through the decades of American history. Well, who did those things? Well, it was the Democrats. The Democrats, in fact, this was part of their political strategy. This was part of how they held together the so called solid south. And white supremacy was coined minted and then promulgated by the Democratic Party. So look, I don't think we need ketanji Jackson as a kind of menace on the court to remind us of how bad these people are. We need to do a better job in publicizing and educating people the Democratic Party is the party of bigotry and the party of theft always has been is now and isn't likely to change in the future. When did we decide to stop upholding free speech as a basic right? Look, whatever your politics, everyone should have the right to express themselves freely now, sadly, the big tech monopoly is instead opted for silencing tactics and censorship to fight back against big tech's control of the Internet..

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"catan g brown" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:33 min | 4 months ago

"catan g brown" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Is a E news I'm Rita foley The Russians say they didn't do it A missile hit a train station filled with thousands of civilians trying to get out of Ukraine and away from the war Dozens are dead Footage shared by the office of Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky shows the aftermath of a rocket strike on a railway station in crema torsk in the east of the country This is the footage shows a close up of what is said to be a rocket shell on the ground A Ukrainian whose name is not known says in Russian the rocket has killed dozens and its injured dozens writing on social media platforms So then ski says thousands of people were present in the station at the time of the strike I'm Charles De Ledesma This afternoon at The White House President Biden and catan G Brown Jackson will celebrate her Supreme Court confirmation by the Senate Just three Republicans voted for Jackson which in this era counts as a bipartisan win despite attempts by Ted Cruz and other GOP senators to paint her as too liberal and soft on crime I believe she will prove to be the furthest left Of any justice Jackson will speak today alongside President Biden at a rose garden event Germany's health minister says the country may need to bring back face masks this fall now that lawmakers rejected a proposed coronavirus vaccine mandate a wildfire in Nebraska fueled.

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"catan g brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:14 min | 4 months ago

"catan g brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It sounds 6 O 7 on Wall Street where 49° in Central Park we got an accident in northbound FDR drive at 79th more coming up in traffic first Michael Barr with what else is going on in New York and around the world Michael Thank you very much Nathan New York governor Kathy hochul and legislative leaders struck a $220 billion budget deal that promises a little less pain at the pump help for working parents and new tax breaks It is balanced and a pair is a bold vision with a fiscally responsible approach very important to me We are making historic investments that will make difference people's lives right now but also more importantly these are legacy achievements that will be noted for years to come Governor hochul says the budget includes a $2.2 billion homeowner tax rebate It also has a 6 month suspension of the state's fuel tax and $287 million in child tax credits Former governor Andrew Cuomo missed a key deadline to mount a challenge against governor Kathy Oakley in this year's New York democratic primary prospective candidates had until 5 p.m. yesterday to electronically file 15,000 signatures necessary to achieve a place on the democratic primary ballot Manhattan district attorney Alvin Bragg says a criminal investigation into former president Donald Trump and his business practices is continuing despite a recent shakeup in the probe's leadership He was part of a double dose of bad legal news for Trump New York's attorney general letitia James also asked a court to hold Trump in contempt and fine him $10,000 per day for failing to comply with the subpoena for documents in her ongoing civil investigation President Joe Biden today will celebrate the confirmation of judge catan G Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court the vice president Kamala Harris said she was honored to preside over the Senate for yesterday's confirmation vote The Senate approved judge Jackson in a 53 47 vote making her the first black woman to serve as the Supreme Court Justice What a glorious day and evening it is What a glorious day Vice president Harris spoke during an event at the national art gallery last night One person who can't be at today's celebration is.

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"catan g brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 4 months ago

"catan g brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Today on suspending Russia from the UN Human Rights Council as outrage grows over atrocities Ukraine says was committed by Russian troops This as Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky continues to appeal to the world for more support speaking through returns later today to Greece's parliament zelensky addressed the destruction in the port city of mariupol That is what Russia has done to our peaceful muddy bow But also to your peaceful Mario ball This city has always been home to a large Greek community President zelensky says the Russian troops have brought death and destruction to the land where for centuries both Ukrainian and Greeks have been enjoying peace and prosperity Meanwhile two former German government ministers have submitted a criminal complaint with federal prosecutors seeking the opening of a war crimes probe against Russian officials The Senate will vote on final confirmation to President Biden's Supreme Court nominee judge catan G Brown Jackson this afternoon Jackson would become the first black woman to sit on the nation's highest court The house has voted to hold former Trump advisers Peter Navarro and Dan scavino in contempt of Congress over their months long refusal to comply with subpoenas from the committee investigating the January 6th attack on the U.S. capitol The two 22 O three vote will send the criminal referrals for Navarro and scavino to the Justice Department for possible prosecution Former federal prosecutor and criminal law professor Laurie Levinson The Justice Department wants to send the message that people should comply with Congress But the Justice Department knows that if there are actual criminal charges they're going to be held to a very high standard proof beyond a reasonable doubt Laurie Levinson criminal law professor at Loyola law university Lie from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios This is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists man list and more than a 120 countries I'm Michael Barr.

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"catan g brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:06 min | 4 months ago

"catan g brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"John Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky will address the United Nations Security Council today Ukrainian foreign minister dimitro kuleba says more than 400 bodies of civilians were tortured and killed deliberately by Russian troops in some women were raped and killed In most of the cases international justice is slow but we will work in a very diligent way to reach everyone who not only perpetrated these crimes but also ordered them or ignored them while they were committed And also the political leadership of Russia Ukrainian foreign minister dmytro kuleba as a call between top diplomats from Ukraine and China could pave the way for his first talks with president Xi Jinping since Russia's invasion more than a month ago Republican senators Lisa Murkowski and Mitt Romney said they would vote to confirm judge catan G Brown Jackson to the U.S. Supreme Court Last week GOP senator Susan Collins also said she would support Jackson yesterday the Senate Judiciary Committee split 1111 on sending Jackson's nomination to the floor That required a separate vote of the full Senate Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer on the judiciary committee vote Sadly despite the judge's qualifications not a single Republican on the committee voted to report her out of committee Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell Josh Jackson has gone beyond the judicial role to rewrite immigration policy from the bench and make it even more liberal Senator McConnell Senate Democrats and Republicans have struck a deal to provide $10 billion for coronavirus vaccines and Therapeutics It comes after Democrats dropped a last minute attempt to include global vaccination funds in the Bill Shanghai reported more than 13,000 daily COVID cases for the first time China's current outbreak is surpassing a level not seen since February of 2020 Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios This is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered.

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"catan g brown" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:38 min | 4 months ago

"catan g brown" Discussed on WTOP

"Company committed to digital equity and access to opening doors for all Americans moored ID Our promise Dave dildy and WTO pay traffic Brianna Berman solo where cloudy we're dry what does the future hold in terms of rain Well we're seeing a few showers off and on for the next several days Hillary and it all starts late tonight if not very early tomorrow morning So over the next four days with our four day forecast that it will always be a chance for rain every day but not a complete wash out by any means for tomorrow Tuesday starting off with those showers It should be dry and breezy for the afternoon and evening hours and then we'll see another chance for rain overnight through early Wednesday morning Wednesday again bringing the best rain chances for the morning hours so watch for that on the morning drive Temperatures climb to the 60s tomorrow after being in the 50s today and we'll see a chance to get up closer to 70° by Wednesday afternoon And areas that do see The Rain the clouds sticking around a little bit longer Wednesday will remain cooler in the low 60s or even 50s By Thursday a chance of storms and we'll see rain to finish the week on Friday I took out those current temperatures right now It is 55° in woodbridge in Potomac It is 54° and camp springs 54° Brianna's forecast brought to you by Dallas glass for all your glass mirror and shower door needs visit Dallas glass dot com dulles glass love your glass The latest on the Supreme Court nomination or confirmation of catan G Brown Jackson it's four 50 Are you interested in beginning or expanding on a career in the pipe fitting pipe welding or HVC service industry Are you interested in an opportunity to work full-time and.

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"catan g brown" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:49 min | 5 months ago

"catan g brown" Discussed on WTOP

"In med soccer in the United States is close to qualifying after missing out four years ago Yeah we remember that The Washington Post Stephen golf is with the U.S. team in Mexico City to miss the World Cup again would be embarrassing it would be catastrophic even more so because the U.S. along with Mexico and Canada our hosting 2026 World Cup But the focus is tonight a Stadio azteca that game against Mexico and Steve ads We never seen a more talented group of American players together At this age a man at big clubs And this talented what's next half hour right here in Milwaukee tonight the wizards will take all the bucks But looking down the road of the wizard's future Bradley Beal We need bigger guards Guys who can get in the paint for us ball handlers more guys who can really create get two feet in the paint but also who can knock down threes Bill talk at NBC sports Washington all right in the D.C. sports huddle talking about Maryland's new men's basketball coach Kevin Willard a day president knows it's about getting players The last ten recruiting classes according to 24/7 sports ranked roughly 5th to 6th in the Big Ten and 33rd overall Check out the D.C. sports article podcast EC Apple wherever you get your podcasts from Milwaukee Dave Johnson WTF eSports The top stories we're following for you today on WTO as the war in Ukraine grinds into a second month President Biden and Western Allies are meeting today in Brussels They'll talk about ways to ramp up pressure on Russian president Vladimir Putin The confirmation hearing for judge catan G Brown Jackson continues today with testimony from legal experts He yesterday the judge faced down a barrage of Republican questioning about her sentencing of criminal defendants It marked the last day for members of the Senate Judiciary Committee to question judge Jackson A federal judge has ruled in favor of 12 immunocompromised students whose family sued claiming Virginia's new mask optional law for schools violates their rights under the Americans with disabilities act The ruling means that the parents of those 12 students may ask their schools to require students to wear masks Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes North Korea has escalated its weapons testing Reporter Alex Jensen has more from Seoul South Korea North Korea's launched a long-range ballistic missile according to South Korea's military and that may mean it's officially ended a moratorium on ICBM and nuclear testing as Pyongyang hinted it would back in January This would also indicate a major breach of UN Security Council resolutions North Korea usually provides its version of events a day after it fires missiles Experts say the north fast pace and testing activity underscores its dual goal of advancing its weaponry and applying pressure on Washington about a deepening freeze in nuclear negotiations It's 6 48 Traffic.

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"catan g brown" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:21 min | 5 months ago

"catan g brown" Discussed on WTOP

"On the southern part of the country saying they've retaken a strategic suburb of Kyiv Russian troops have fired multiple air strikes in populated areas of several cities CBS News correspondent Holly Williams reports from yuman Ukraine's government says ten hospitals have now been completely destroyed in this invasion I want to cry because we had a connection between Ukraine and Russia said doctor anatoly pavlov and Russian cruelty is so brutal There is carnage in this country civilians killed in their homes and on the street The U.S. says it seemed clear evidence the Russians are committing war crimes Yet Russia's ground forces have made surprisingly slow progress Ukraine's military says it recaptured the strategically important town of macho river just outside the capital QU Ukraine's president zelensky says peace talks with Russia have been tough and sometimes confrontational but he added step by step we are moving forward President Biden is heading to Brussels today to meet with NATO and other European allies and he's expected to announce new sanctions against Russia tomorrow Now these sanctions will add to the mountain of penalties that the U.S. and allies have already announced to discourage Russia from further attacking Ukraine Washington Post national political reporter Matt viser joined to explain the allies stance They're trying to ensure that all countries are enforcing the existing sanctions And there's kind of been a dialing up of each flight of new sanctions So as each day and week passes they've tried to dial up and make it more painful for Russia In just the past two months the number of U.S. troops in Europe has ballooned from about 80,000 to 100,000 Supreme Court nominee catan Ji Brown Jackson will be grilled again today by senators after a long first day of questioning WTO's Mitchell Miller reports from Capitol Hill Some of the tensest moments of the questioning has come from Republicans pressing judge Jackson about sentences she handed down in child pornography cases Texas senator Ted Cruz Do you believe the voice of the children is heard when a 100% of the time your sentencing those in possession of child pornography to far below what the prosecutor is asking for Yes senator I do Jackson notes Congress is in part responsible for the guidelines Under Democrats questioning Jackson acknowledged the historic possibility of becoming the first black woman named to the high court I stand on the shoulders of generations past who never had anything close to this opportunity On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO B news Questioning resumes at 9 o'clock this morning you can watch the hearings live at WTO P dot com Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has tested positive for COVID-19 says she has mild cold symptoms on social media She said she's feeling fine also that former president Clinton tested negative and he is quarantining until their household is fully cleared A spokesman for the former president posted that he would continue to get tested in the days to come Former president Barack Obama announced earlier this month that he had tested positive for COVID as well From kindergarten readiness to graduation rates Maryland state school board members got a very mixed report According to data presented to the Maryland state board of education fewer than half of the state's kindergarteners entered school this year ready to learn 40% demonstrated readiness according to the state's report that's a 7% drop over 2019 The last time the assessments were administered at the other end of the spectrum the high school graduation rate statewide ticked up very slightly with 87.2% graduating in 2021 up from 86.8 the year before Kate Ryan WTO P news Prince William county school officials are pressing charges against a woodbridge man for trying to disrupt two recent school board meetings inside nova reports two warrants for disorderly conduct and trespassing were issued against 29 year old Nathan archer One charge stems from an attempt to use a bullhorn to disrupt December 15th school board meeting It was temporarily cleared for security reasons The others were trying to gain entry into the February 2nd board meeting using an employee only backdoor entrance Both charges.

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"catan g brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:36 min | 5 months ago

"catan g brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I think Nathan 6 33 on Wall Street and let's bring in Michael barn now to tell us what else is going on in New York and around the world John thank you very much sir New York's top health official is talking about the latest new omicron sub variant growing in the state State health commissioner Mary Bassett We don't expect to see a steep surge in cases in New York State At the moment BA two comprises about 42% of all the cases here in the state Health commissioner Bassett says though New York State averaged around 2100 new COVID-19 cases per day last week that is up 32% from the previous week New York governor Kathy hochul I just want everyone to know that we've never taken our foot off the gas when it comes to our preparedness for dealing with this pandemic We never had a high 5 moment and said it's over We're in a new face We've been adapting to the circumstances and reopening in a way that I still believe should continue That's an important point to make Governor hulk holt says the number of patients hospitalized with COVID-19 in New York has fallen from 12,700 in early January to around 900 A Russian court has found jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny guilty of large scale fraud Navalny is already serving a more than two year sentence in prison for parole violations Navalny says the cases were fabricated Supreme Court nominee catan G Brown Jackson will face senators questions during confirmation hearings to become the only black female justice in the court's history Yesterday judge Jackson delivered her opening remarks before the judiciary committee If I am confirmed I commit to you that I will work productively to support and defend the constitution Some Republicans charge that Jackson has been too lenient in sentencing on criminal matters Texas firefighters gain the upper hand over historic wildfires as violent weather closed in on urban centers and residents of Dallas and Austin sought shelter from tornadoes The largest cluster of blazes that erupted late last week west of the Dallas metro area was 60% contained You may want to throw out this lotion if you have it over possible bacteria contamination People are urged by the FDA to check their juergens ultra healing moisturizer bottles because they may contain bacterial contamination Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries I'm Michael Barr in this is Bloomberg junk All right Michael thank you very.

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"catan g brown" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:43 min | 5 months ago

"catan g brown" Discussed on WTOP

"They show up Michael burbidge of the dices of Arlington led the service at the cathedral of Saint Thomas more Hearts are deeply trouble seeing death and suffering The mass for peace and justice in Ukraine and throughout the world brought hundreds out to a packed cathedral as they joined in songs prayer and communion Bishop burbage said seeing the crowd gave him hope It's very inspiring to see that faith Valerie bonk to be a TOP news Supreme Court nominee catan G Brown Jackson will begin her meetings with senators Wednesday the day after the State of the Union first stop a sit down with majority leader Chuck Schumer It'll be the first of numerous meetings over a couple of weeks with lawmakers who have her future in their hands Schumer indicated he would like to get Jackson confirmed within 30 days similar to the timeline when Amy Coney Barrett was nominated and confirmed in 2020 In other news a cyberattack on a supplier has taken down all 14 of Toyota's plans in Japan The attack hitting kojima industries guidehouse insights analysis says they make plastic parts used in most of the vehicles that Toyota builds in Japan Any disruption in that supply chain as we've seen over the last couple of years you can have cascading effects throughout your manufacturing ecosystem Little is known about the actual cyberattack Toyota is hoping to resume production in Japan by the end of the week Jeff Gilbert CBS News Detroit What's happening in money news Jeff claw A first in the nation at a D.C. whole foods I'm Jeff label All right two 53 Need to hire you need indeed just sponsor a post and receive a short list of quality candidates whose resumes on indeed match your job description visit indeed dot com slash credit We've.

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"catan g brown" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:13 min | 5 months ago

"catan g brown" Discussed on AP News

"Friday February 25th I'm Tim McGuire AP sources say the Biden administration wants Congress to approve more than $6 billion in aid for Ukraine and allies The Biden administration wants an initial $6.4 billion to cover military and humanitarian assistance to Ukraine and the region Two people familiar with the requests spoke to The Associated Press Friday on condition of anonymity Senator Chris Coons of Delaware spoke with reporters earlier Friday I do think there's also strong support for additional funding to meet this moment The largest portion of the funds would go to the defense and state departments at the U.S. agency for international development White House and other administration officials described the request to congressional aides in a conference call Mike Gracia Washington A U.S. intelligence official confirms Ukraine's military has shot down a Russian transport plane capable of carrying 125 paratroopers U.S. government officials also say Vladimir Putin is intent on overthrowing Ukraine's democratically elected government The United Nations Security Council voted on a resolution condemning the invasion and demanding Russia withdraw from Ukraine The result of the voting is as follows 11 votes in favor One vote against three abstentions The draft resolution has not been adopted Owing to the negative vote of a permanent member That one vote against was by Russia which vetoed the resolution a similar non binding resolution is expected in the General Assembly President Biden has chosen federal appeals court judge catan G Brown Jackson who if confirmed would be the first black female justice For too long our government our courts haven't looked like America I believe it's time that we have a court reflects the full talents and greatness of our nation This is AP news New coronavirus guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention eases the grip on wearing masks AP's Ed Donahue has this CDC director doctor Rochelle Walensky says a mask isn't necessary for people in more than 70% of the population where the coronavirus is posing a low or medium threat to hospitals This updated approach focuses on directing our prevention efforts towards protecting people at high risk for severe illness In those high risk areas the CDC's doctor Gina massetti says the guidance remains wear a mask and that includes schools CDC will now only recommend universal school masking in communities at the high level Doctor Marcus plescia with the association of state and territorial health officials says the guidance is the right way to move forward What I like is the average person can now decide for themselves The guidance remains to wear masks on public transportation and indoors in airports train stations and bus stations Ed Donahue Washington I'm Tim McGuire AP news I'm Serena Williams You watch me live on TV And I'm the dad from that hilarious sitcom you watch on demand Thanks to direct TV stream our worlds have been brought together And there's a laugh track Oh who then Yeah well they kind of just.

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"catan g brown" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:00 min | 6 months ago

"catan g brown" Discussed on AP News

"Will be required in all indoor public places unless the businesses or venues implement a vaccine requirement The decision is based on the state's 7 day case rate and an increase in hospitalizations The mask mandate applies to both patrons and staff and will be in effect from December 13th That's Monday through January 15th at which point it will be reevaluated Several other states already have mask mandates those include Washington Oregon Illinois New Mexico Nevada and Hawaii I'm Ben Thomas AP news for Friday February 25th I'm Tim McGuire AP sources say the Biden administration wants Congress to approve more than $6 billion in aid for Ukraine and allies The Biden administration wants an initial $6.4 billion to cover military and humanitarian assistance to Ukraine and the region Two people familiar with the request spoke to The Associated Press Friday on condition of anonymity Senator Chris Coons of Delaware spoke with reporters earlier Friday I do think there's also strong support for additional funding to meet this moment The largest portion of the funds would go to the defense and state departments at the U.S. agency for international development White House and other administration officials described the request to congressional aides in a conference call Mike Gracia Washington A U.S. intelligence official confirms Ukraine's military has shot down a Russian transport plane capable of carrying 125 paratroopers U.S. government officials also say Vladimir Putin is intent on overthrowing Ukraine's democratically elected government The United Nations Security Council voted on a resolution condemning the invasion and demanding Russia withdraw from Ukraine The result of the voting is as follows 11 votes in favor One vote against three abstentions The draft resolution has not been adopted Owing to the negative vote of a permanent member That one vote against was by Russia which vetoed the resolution a similar non binding resolution is expected in the General Assembly President Biden has chosen federal appeals court judge catan G Brown Jackson who if confirmed would be the first black female justice For too long our government our courts haven't looked like America And I believe it's time that we have a court reflects the full talents and greatness of our nation This is AP news New coronavirus guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention eases the grip on wearing masks AP's Ed Donahue has this CDC director doctor Rochelle Walensky says a mask isn't necessary for people in more than 70% of the population where the coronavirus is posing a low or medium threat to hospitals This updated approach focuses on directing our prevention efforts towards protecting people at high risk for severe illness In those high risk areas the CDC's doctor Gina massetti says the guidance remains wear a mask and that includes schools CDC will now only recommend universal school masking and communities at the high level Doctor Marcus plescia with the association of state and territorial health officials says the guidance is the right way to move forward What I like is the average person can now decide for themselves The guidance remains to wear masks on public transportation and indoors in airports train stations and bus stations Ed Donahue Washington I'm tip aguirre P news Consumer prices soared last month leading to the highest annual inflation rate in nearly four decades Prices in November were up 6.8% from a year earlier the most since 1982 for everything from food to electronics to rental cars Americans are paying more offsetting the higher wages many are receiving But top White House economist Brian D says real world evidence points to the news not being as bad as it seems noting drops in oil and gas prices We've seen real progress in unsticking some of the supply chain bottlenecks other economists are hopeful consumers will get some relief next year after inflation peaks and then eases Washington German lawmakers have overwhelmingly backed a bill that requires staff at hospitals and nursing homes to get immunized against the coronavirus Germany's health minister has told parliament the vaccine mandate is necessary because it's completely unacceptable that after two years of the pandemic people who have entrusted their care to us are dying unnecessarily in institutions because unvaccinated people work there adding the new government can not accept this After the bill's passing parliament's upper house the bundesrat approved the bill hours later a second more contentious bill that would make COVID-19 shots compulsory for all is being prepared and could be debated by parliament next month I'm Charles De Ledesma.

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"catan g brown" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:10 min | 6 months ago

"catan g brown" Discussed on AP News

"Will be required in all indoor public places unless the businesses or venues implement a vaccine requirement The decision is based on the state's 7 day case rate and an increase in hospitalizations The mask mandate applies to both patrons and staff and will be in effect from December 13th That's Monday through January 15th at which point it'll be reevaluated Several other states already have mask mandates those include Washington Oregon Illinois New Mexico Nevada and Hawaii I'm Ben Thomas AP news for Friday February 25th I'm Tim McGuire AP sources say the Biden administration wants Congress to approve more than $6 billion in aid for Ukraine and allies The Biden administration wants an initial $6.4 billion to cover military and humanitarian assistance to Ukraine and the region Two people familiar with the request spoke to The Associated Press Friday on condition of anonymity Senator Chris Coons of Delaware spoke with reporters earlier Friday I do think there's also strong support for additional funding to meet this moment The largest portion of the funds would go to the defense and state departments at the U.S. agency for international development White House and other administration officials described the request to congressional aides in a conference call Mike Gracia Washington A U.S. intelligence official confirms Ukraine's military has shot down a Russian transport plane capable of carrying 125 paratroopers U.S. government officials also say Vladimir Putin is intent on overthrowing Ukraine's democratically elected government The United Nations Security Council voted on a resolution condemning the invasion and demanding Russia withdraw from Ukraine The result of the voting is as follows 11 votes in favor One vote against three abstentions The draft resolution has not been adopted Owing to the negative vote of a permanent member That one vote against was by Russia which vetoed the resolution a similar non binding resolution is expected in the General Assembly President Biden has chosen federal appeals court judge catan G Brown Jackson who if confirmed would be the first black female justice For too long our government our courts haven't looked like America I believe it's time that we have a court reflects the full talents and greatness of our nation This is AP news New coronavirus guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention eases the grip on wearing masks AP's Ed Donahue has this CDC director doctor Rochelle Walensky says a mask isn't necessary for people in more than 70% of the population where the coronavirus is posing a low or medium threat to hospitals This updated approach focuses on directing our prevention efforts towards protecting people at high risk for severe illness In those high risk areas the CDC's doctor Gina massetti says the guidance remains wear a mask and that includes schools CDC will now only recommend universal school masking in communities at the high level Doctor Marcus plescia with the association of state and territorial health officials says the guidance is the right way to move forward What I like is the average person can now decide for themselves The guidance remains to wear masks on public transportation and indoors in airports train stations and bus stations Ed Donahue Washington I'm Tim McGuire P news Consumer prices soared last month leading to the highest annual inflation rate in nearly four decades Prices in November were up 6.8% from a year earlier the most since 1982 For everything from food to electronics to rental cars Americans are paying more offsetting the higher wages many are receiving But top White House economist Brian D says real world evidence points to the news not being as bad as it seems noting drops in oil and gas prices We've seen real progress in unsticking some of the supply chain bottlenecks Other economists are hopeful consumers will get some relief next year after inflation peaks and then eases German lawmakers have overwhelmingly backed a bill that requires staff at hospitals and nursing homes to get immunized against the coronavirus Germany's health minister has told parliament the vaccine mandate is necessary because it's completely unacceptable that after two years of the pandemic people who've entrusted their care to us are dying unnecessarily in institutions because unvaccinated people work there adding the new government can not accept this After the bill's passing parliament's upper house the bundesrat approved the bill hours later a second more contentious bill that would make COVID-19 shots compulsory for all is being prepared and could be debated by parliament next month I'm Charles De Ledesma The I didn't realize you liked me that way deal Because it's one thing to receive McDonald's but an entirely other thing to know that they.

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"catan g brown" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:46 min | 7 months ago

"catan g brown" Discussed on WTOP

"Feels like it's only 16 Now at one 42 we continue to follow the breaking news of the day Supreme Court Justice Steven breyer reportedly retiring If that is the case it would give President Biden an opening that he's pledged to fill by naming the first African American woman to the high court Joining us live to talk more about it CNN senior legal affairs correspondent Paula Reid Paula talk a little bit about breyer and what kind of force he's been on the court that's grown increasingly conservative in recent years Absolutely Well this is not something that is going to change the balance of the court This is going to be a one for one swap out Assuming the nominee is confirmed the three liberal justices This is as big as it gets for president This is Biden's first chance to nominate a Supreme Court Justice His predecessor former president Trump of course got the opportunity to nominate three key nominated three solidly conservative justices in arguably really change the shape of the court going forwards Who might President Biden be considering for his nomination Look I mean when you pick a justice this is someone who can serve for decades Their decisions last for generations So as soon as he said that he would pick a black woman of course people got to work trying to figure out that very question At the top of the list is judge catan G Brown Jackson She's really seen as the FrontRunner Notably she's a former Supreme Court clerk for briar and really importantly she was vetted recently by Biden and his team and confirmed to the D.C. circuit Court of Appeals to fill the seat left vacant by attorney general Merrick Garland Now that circuit is of course seen as a feeder for the high court a close second choice California Supreme Court Justice Leander Kruger she's a former acting deputy solicitor general in the Obama administration and while she's argued dozens of cases before the court she hasn't been as thoroughly vetted And right now we know time is of the essence This is happening in a midterm year GOP leader several GOP lawmakers has suggested they'll block any Biden nominee if they retake the majority in the midterms There are some other names that are floating out there but one of the other top contenders is judge Michelle child She's a South Carolina judge and she's really significant because she's been pushed by House majority whip James Clyburn who of course gave Biden at the time much needed endorsement during the 2020 campaign after he vowed to nominate a black woman So he has a short list a longer list of incredibly qualified people but really you expect all of them to be qualified but right now it's who can get through the fastest All right Paul thanks so much for helping us break it down We appreciate it Thank you CNN senior legal affairs correspondent Paula Reid It's one 44 Window nation's virtual.

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