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UK court: Arrested man is US fugitive wanted on rape claim

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00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

UK court: Arrested man is US fugitive wanted on rape claim

"A judge in Scotland says a man who spent almost a year fighting extradition to the U.S. is Nicholas Rossi a fugitive alleged to have faked his own death to escape rape allegations The suspect was arrested in December 2021 at a Glasgow hospital where he was being treated for COVID-19 He denies being Rossi and says he's an Irish orphan named Arthur knight after seeing evidence including fingerprints and tattoos a judge is told Edinburgh sheriff court he was satisfied that mister knight is indeed Nicholas Rossi U.S. authorities say Rossi had been charged in connection with the 2008 rape in Utah a full extradition hearing is likely to be held next year Charles De Ledesma London

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Police detain man after eggs thrown at King Charles III

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00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Police detain man after eggs thrown at King Charles III

"An anti royalist protester has been arrested after hurling eggs and vitriol at King Charles the third and Camilla the queen consort as they walked in the northern England city of York Oh Video footage shows several eggs in motion and smashed on the ground none appearing to hit the royal couple who continued to greet crowds Then several police officers could be seen grappling with a man at a crowd barrier Britain's PA news agency reports the man had booed and shouted this country was built on the blood of slaves as he was being detained Other members of the crowd had tried to drown him out by chanting shame on you and God save the king Charles De Ledesma London

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'Bubble barrier' among finalists for Prince William's prize

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00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

'Bubble barrier' among finalists for Prince William's prize

"A British royals supported initiative Could help stop plastic from degrading oceans Prince William the heir to the British throne has unveiled the fineness of the earthshot prize a global competition aimed at finding new ways to protect the planet and tackle climate change One of the 15 initiatives in the final group is a bubble barrier that prevents plastic waste from reaching the ocean the 5 winners will be announced next month in Boston and they'll receive $1.1 million to develop their ideas and scale up their projects Charles De Ledesma London

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British PM to go to COP

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00:47 sec | 3 weeks ago

British PM to go to COP

"British prime minister Rishi sunak has reversed an earlier decision not to attend the UN climate summit in Egypt Cenac's office had previously said he was going to skip the talks which start on Sunday because of pressing domestic commitments including the closely watched government budget statement expected to be announced on November 17 but sunak has now tweeted he would be attending the two week gathering because he says there's no long-term prosperity without action on climate change Soon acts earlier decision to miss the talks has been criticized by many including his climate adviser Al Sharma Britain currently holds the presidency of the conference of the parties and hosted the climate summit in Glasgow last year Charles De Ledesma London

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Ships sail from Ukraine despite Russia suspending grain deal

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00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Ships sail from Ukraine despite Russia suspending grain deal

"Ships loaded with grain have departed Ukraine despite Russia suspending its participation in a UN brokered deal The UN says three ships carrying just over 84,000 metric tons of corn wheat and sunflower meal left through a humanitarian sea corridor set up in July The corridor brokered by turkey and yuan has been seen as a breakthrough that would ensure Africa the Middle East and parts of Asia would receive grain and other food from the Black Sea region during Russia's war in Ukraine Russia has cited allegations of a Ukrainian drone attack against its Black Sea fleet in announcing over the weekend that it was suspending its part of the grain deal Charles De Ledesma London

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UK minister under fire for calling migrants an 'invasion'

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00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

UK minister under fire for calling migrants an 'invasion'

"Britain's interior minister is facing criticism for describing migrants crossing the English Channel in small boats as an invasion Home secretaries used the term while defending conditions at a processing center for new arrivals where some 4000 people have been held in a facility intended for just 1200 She'd referred to small boat crossings as the invasion of our southern coast and said illegal immigration is out of control Immigration minister Robert jenrick quickly distanced himself from her words Critics accuse rathmann of deliberately worsening conditions at the processing center by refusing to book hotel rooms for asylum seekers Charles De Ledesma London

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Brexit crisis pushes N Ireland to brink of new election

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00:43 sec | Last month

Brexit crisis pushes N Ireland to brink of new election

"Northern Ireland politicians are making a last ditch attempt to break a political impasse triggered by Brexit that stopped the formation of a functioning government in Belfast Members of the Northern Ireland assembly will meet to try to elect a speaker the first step toward restoring a power sharing government that's been on ice since a may election the main British unionist body the democratic unionist party or DUP has said it would veto the move as part of its protests over post Brexit customs checks if the regional politicians fail the UK government says it will need to call a new election for Northern Ireland Charles De Ledesma London

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 Next UK prime minister: Sunak closes in after Johnson balks

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00:38 sec | Last month

Next UK prime minister: Sunak closes in after Johnson balks

"Former treasury chief Rishi sunak is the strong favorite to be Britain's next prime minister Sunak could well be offered the post after former lead up Boris Johnson dropped out of the Conservative Party leadership contest The government party is choosing a replacement for Liz truss who quit last week sunak is the only candidate with confirmed support for more than 100 lawmakers the number needed to run in the election House of Commons leader penny Morton has so far fewer expressions of support but is aiming to reach the threshold by the time nominations close later in the day Charles De Ledesma London

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Boris Johnson returns to UK amidst rumors he will run for PM

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00:38 sec | Last month

Boris Johnson returns to UK amidst rumors he will run for PM

"Former prime minister Boris Johnson has returned to Britain ahead of a possible tilt at reclaiming his former job Johnson was ousted by a series of ethics scandals just three months ago but boarded a flight back to London from his vacation in the Dominican Republic just days after the dramatic resignation of his successor Liz truss Johnson has not officially said he's running but some allies in the parliamentary party had been loudly calling for his return Tory lawmakers wishing to enter the race must secure the backing of 100 of their colleagues by 2 p.m. on Monday Charles De Ledesma London

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Boris Johnson eyes comeback bid as UK Tories pick new leader

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00:46 sec | Last month

Boris Johnson eyes comeback bid as UK Tories pick new leader

"British political analysts say Boris Johnson is eyeing a comeback bid as Britain's conservatives pick a new leader Former prime minister Boris Johnson is among several British lawmakers trying to scoop up support ahead of a short intense contest to become the country's next prime minister the Conservative Party is choosing a replacement for Liz trus who quit on Thursday after a turbulent 45 day term favorites include former treasury chief Rishi sunak and a House of Commons leader penny mordant the wildcard is Johnson who was forced to resign by the party just three months ago amid ethics scandals Meanwhile opposition leaders are calling for an early general election Charles De Ledesma London

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UK's Truss quits after turmoil obliterated her authority

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UK's Truss quits after turmoil obliterated her authority

"Britain's Conservative Party is now having to find a new leader After a tumultuous 6 week term in which her policies triggered turmoil in financial markets and a rebellion in her party obliterated her authority British prime minister distrust makes a statement to the media Given the situation I can not deliver the mandate on which I was elected by the Conservative Party I have therefore spoken to his majesty the king to notify him that I am resigning as leader of the Conservative Party Her departure leaves a divided party seeking a leader who can unify its warring factions Charles De Ledesma London

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Truss resigns following 1922 Committe talks

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00:33 sec | Last month

Truss resigns following 1922 Committe talks

"To the Conservative Party's latest leader has ended a short tenure as prime minister British prime minister Liz truss has resigned bowing to the inevitable after a tumultuous 6 week term in which her policies triggered turmoil in financial markets and a rebellion in her party obliterated her authority She says I can not deliver the mandate on which I was elected just a day earlier just had vowed to stay in power saying she was a fighter and not a quitter her departure leaves a divided party seeking a leader who can unify its warring factions Charles De Ledesma London

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 UK PM Truss vows to stay, but on the brink as minister quits

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UK PM Truss vows to stay, but on the brink as minister quits

"Embattled British leader Liz truss tells lawmakers she's not a quitter In the first prime minister's questions since new chance that Jeremy hunt perform U turns on almost all of the tax cuts announced three weeks ago trust had fiery exchanges with opposition leader Keir Starmer who listed the full range of policy terms The formula Chancellor He's gone as well They're all gone So why is she still here Mister speaker Mister speaker I am a fighter and not a Quetta Trust has apologized to parliament and admitted she's made mistakes so far during her short tenure as Britain's head of government Charles De Ledesma London

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Kwasi Kwarteng Is Fired as U.K. Finance Minister

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00:27 sec | Last month

Kwasi Kwarteng Is Fired as U.K. Finance Minister

"The treasury chief is out as prime minister Liz truss plans an economy U turn Sky News and the BBC report that quasi quantang is ousted It appears trust has parted ways with her treasury chief as she struggles to car markets and hang on to her job the sudden shift comes three weeks after quantang announced a tax cutting mini budget that sent the pound plunging to record lows against the dollar Charles De Ledesma London

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Pound falls after UK bank chief rules out extending help

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00:38 sec | Last month

Pound falls after UK bank chief rules out extending help

"The British pound has sank against the dollar again after senior banker comments Andrew Bailey the governor of the Bank of England has confirmed the banker will not extend an emergency debt buying plan introduced last month to stabilize financial markets The scheme will end on Friday as scheduled on a trip to Washington Bailey told fund managers You've got three days left now You've got to get this done the pound fell almost 1% to just below $1.10 after Bailey spoke before rallying slightly Charles De Ledesma London

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UK Supreme Court hears case for Scottish independence vote

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00:47 sec | Last month

UK Supreme Court hears case for Scottish independence vote

"Britain's Supreme Court has heard a Scottish referendum case Scotland's top law officer Dorothy bane has put forward a case for a fresh referendum on the country's independence to the UK's Supreme Court saying it's necessary and in the public interest The issue of Scottish independence is alive and significant one in Scottish electoral politics Independence for Scotland has been rumbling since the last referendum in 2014 where the Scottish public voted against it however following the 2016 Brexit vote lawmakers who lead the Scottish government say the case for independence is back on track the Supreme Court president lord Reid said it was likely to be some months before we give our judgment Charles De Ledesma London

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UK offers new North Sea oil, gas licenses despite opposition

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UK offers new North Sea oil, gas licenses despite opposition

"The British government has opened a new licensing round from North Sea oil and gas exploration despite criticism from environmentalists and scientists who say the move does not help fight climate change The conservative government argues that extracting more fossil fuels from the North Sea will create jobs and strengthen UK energy security and is less environmentally harmful than importing gas and oil from abroad environmentalists say the only way to limit global warming to the internationally approved target of 2.7°F above pre industrial levels is to stop extracting fossil fuels almost 900 new exploration blocks and partial blocks of the North Sea are thought to be available Charles De Ledesma London

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The queen’s queue: Thousands gather in miles-long line to pay their final respects

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00:39 sec | 2 months ago

The queen’s queue: Thousands gather in miles-long line to pay their final respects

"The weight to see the queen's coffin grows longer Standing in line to see the queen's coffin as it lies in state in London is proving a test of patience and stamina for thousands of people by the late morning the line has grown to about three and a half miles long on the south bank of the River Thames to tar bridge authorities warn those planning to come you'll need to stand for many hours possibly overnight with very little opportunity to sit down as the Q keeps moving The venue is to stay open 24 hours a day until just before dawn on Monday the day of the queen's state funeral Charles De Ledesma London

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02:14 min | 2 months ago

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"King Charles the third has been greeting mourners outside the gates of Buckingham Palace this morning a day after the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth. Some in the crowd yelled God save the king and thank you Charles, the AP's Karen shamas is in London. The bells of Westminster Abbey St Paul's Cathedral and many other churches throughout Britain toll in remembrance of the queen. This is one of many ceremonial events that will mark the queen's death and Charles Ascension to the throne. After meeting with prime minister Liz truss, Britain's new king, Charles the third, will make a televised address to the nation in subsequent days, the queen's body will be moved from Balmoral Castle in the Scottish highlands to Edinburgh and then to London for several days after that her body will lie in state in Westminster hall in parliament, where the public can pay their respects. Then a state funeral at Westminster Abbey will be attended by leaders and dignitaries from around the world. The period of national mourning will conclude the day after the queen's funeral. Karen Chammas London and now Britain 73 year old King Charles the third ascends the throne. Historian Ed Owens tells the AP Charles now finds himself in if you like, he says, the autumn of his life, having to think carefully about how he projects his image as a public figure, adding he's nowhere near as popular as his mother, Charles De Ledesma, London. In key Ukraine residents were laying flowers in front of the British embassy this morning, one man saying the British are true Friends of Ukraine. The war in Ukraine is likely to drag on for months, according to U.S. Secretary of State Tony blinken, and the head of NATO. They spoke this morning at NATO headquarters, secretary blinken says Ukraine is making real progress. This is a P news. Now, nursing homes. A federal report says nursing homes and debt collectors are flouting the law that prohibits them from requiring friends and family of care home residents to be responsible for the cost of the facilities. The consumer financial protection bureau says friends and family members have had to declare bankruptcy had their wages garnished and their

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02:29 min | 3 months ago

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"Nap and a friend ran in and it was like get out. Get out. And so on fire, get out. Firefighters say improved weather conditions have helped to slow the fire, which is burning about 250 miles north of San Francisco. Officials on both sides of the U.S. Mexican border are searching for more victims after at least 9 migrants died while attempting a hazardous crossing of The Rain swollen Rio Grande river near Eagle Pass Texas. Customs and border protection say U.S. officials rescued 37 migrants while Mexican officials took him 39. And authorities say a man who stole a plane in fluid over Mississippi after threatening to crash it into a Walmart store faces charges of grand larceny and terroristic threats. Tupelo police say Corey Wayne Patterson didn't have a pilot's license, but had some flight instruction. Patterson also could face federal charges, no one was injured. I'm Mike Hempen, AP news. A fuel leak disrupts NASA's second shot at launching its moon rocket today. The launch team ran into a liquid hydrogen leak while loading propellant into the core stage of the space rocket according to Nassau announcer Darrell Neal. There are multiple troubleshooting efforts that were made to try to get the leak to stop and reseal the connection. This issue with Artemis one is not the same as Mondays. After Tuesday, a new blackout period kicks in extensive fuel leak repairs could require the rocket be hauled off the pad, and back into its hangar possibly pushing the flight into October. I'm Julie Walker. Britain's beginning at the next phase of COVID-19 vaccinations. The full COVID-19 vaccination campaign is getting underway in the coming weeks, after experts authorize booster shots made by Pfizer and Moderna that have been modified to target both the original virus and the widely circulating omicron variant. The medicines and healthcare products regulatory agency says it had approved the Pfizer vaccine for using in people aged 12 and over after finding it was both safe and effective the agency at authorized the Moderna vaccine last month for the government will offer the vaccine to everyone aged 50 and over, as well as frontline healthcare workers and other groups considered to be at risk of serious illness. Charles De Ledesma, London

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02:30 min | 3 months ago

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"Was taken a nap and a friend ran in, and it was like get out. Get out. And so I'm fired, get out. Firefighters say improved weather conditions have helped to slow the fire, which is burning about 250 miles north of San Francisco. Officials on both sides of the U.S. Mexican border are searching for more victims after at least 9 migrants died while attempting a hazardous crossing of The Rain swollen Rio Grande river near Eagle Pass Texas. Customs in border protection say U.S. officials rescued 37 migrants while Mexican officials took him 39. And authorities say a man who stole a plane in fluid over Mississippi after threatening to crash it into a Walmart store faces charges of grand larceny and terroristic threats. Tupelo police say Corey Wayne Patterson didn't have a pilot's license, but had some flight instruction. Patterson also could face federal charges, no one was injured. I'm Mike Hempen, AP news. A fuel leak disrupts NASA's second shot at launching its moon rocket today. The launch team ran into a liquid hydrogen leak while loading propellant into the core stage of the space rocket according to Nassau announcer Darrell Neal. There are multiple troubleshooting efforts that were made to try to get the leak to stop and reseal the connection. This issue with Artemis one is not the same as Mondays. After Tuesday, a new blackout period kicks in extensive fuel leak repairs could require the rocket be hauled off the pad and back into its hangar possibly pushing the flight into October. I'm Julie Walker. Britain's beginning of the next phase of COVID-19 vaccinations. The full COVID-19 vaccination campaign is getting underway in the coming weeks, after experts authorize booster shots made by Pfizer and Moderna that have been modified to target both the original virus and the widely circulating omicron variant. The medicines and healthcare products regulatory agency says it had approved the Pfizer vaccine for using in people aged 12 and over after finding it was both safe and effective the agency and authorized the Moderna vaccine last month the government will offer the vaccine to everyone aged 50 and over as well as frontline healthcare workers and other groups considered to be at risk of serious illness. Charles De Ledesma, London

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02:07 min | 4 months ago

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"In April. The pre-tax 790 million is for a winner who takes an annuity option, paid out in 30 annual payments, but most players choose the cash option, which for Friday's drawing would have been $464 million. I'm Mike Hempen. South Korea is to lift a ban of North Korea TV and newspapers despite tensions. South Korea says it's going to lift its decades long ban on public access to North Korean media as part of its efforts to promote mutual understanding between the rivals in a policy report, the south's unification ministry says the move will gradually open the door for North Korean broadcasts, and when encourage North Korea to take similar steps, experts say North Korea's unlikely to reciprocate, because the flow of South Korean cultural and media content could pose a threat to its authoritarian leadership. I'm Charles De Ledesma. Truck drivers and Britons heading off on holiday by ferry face hours long waits at the port of Dover, with authorities blaming French officials for the chaos, a claim France denies. A news network helicopter shows images of long cues of tourist and freight traffic on main roads towards the port of Dover, with emergency vehicles parked at the front of the queues, millions of people are trying to begin vacations this weekend, the start of the summer school holidays and face multiple travel disruptions, Dover authorities say, a lack of French border officials has been leading to weights of up to 6 hours for border checks at the English Channel port, border checks have become more time consuming now the UK has left the EU, but France denies its board officials were unprepared. Charles De Ledesma, London. AP sports I'm David Shuster. We begin with a wild game at Fenway Park in Boston where the Toronto blue Jay scored early and often beating the Red Sox 28

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02:09 min | 4 months ago

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"April. The pre-tax 790 million is for a winner who takes an annuity option, paid out in 30 annual payments, but most players choose the cash option, which for Friday's drawing would have been $464 million. I'm Mike Hempen. South Korea is to lift a ban on North Korea TV and newspapers, despite tensions. South Korea says it's going to lift its decades long ban on public access to North Korean media as part of its efforts to promote mutual understanding between the rivals in a policy report, the south's unification ministry says the move will gradually open the door for North Korean broadcasts, and when encourage North Korea to take similar steps, experts say North Korea's unlikely to reciprocate, because the flow of South Korean cultural and media content could pose a threat to its authoritarian leadership. I'm Charles De Ledesma. Truck drivers and Britons heading off on holiday by ferry faced hours long waits at the port of Dover, with authorities blaming French officials for the chaos, a claim France denies. A news network helicopter shows images of long cues of tourist and freight traffic on main roads towards the port of Dover, with emergency vehicles parked at the front of the queues, millions of people are trying to begin vacations this weekend the start of the summer school holidays and face multiple travel disruptions. Dover authorities say a lack of French border officials has been leading to weights of up to 6 hours for border checks at the English Channel port border checks have become more time consuming. Now the UK has left the EU, but France denies its board officials were unprepared. Charles De Ledesma, London. AP sports I'm David Shuster, we begin with a wild game at Fenway Park in Boston where the Toronto Blue Jays scored early and often beating the Red Sox 28 to 5 get them cool buff fills

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02:23 min | 4 months ago

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"Challenger emerged as the principal challenger. And that is attorney Harriet hagerman. Virginia Torres, for one, is voting for hagerman. She isn't one that is taking things personally in less mature way. There is growing belief by Cheney's team she may be in a stronger position for the 2024 race for president. I'm Ed Donahue. Truck drivers and Britain's heading off on holiday by ferry faced long waits at the port of Dover, with authorities blaming French officials for the chaos. Though the staff say a lack of French border officials is leading to weights of up to 6 hours for border checks at the English Channel port, with cues of tourists and freight traffic, snarling roads for miles around millions of people in Britain are trying to get vacations this weekend, the start of the summer holidays for most schools, and face the threat of disruption by road sea rail and air, since Britain left the EU in 2020, travelers faced strict border checks when traveling to the continent on the English side of the channel, their performed by French staff, Charles De Ledesma, London. The house of January 6 panel has ended its summer hearing series and is promising more to come. The dam has begun to break. Vice chair Liz Cheney says more doors have opened, more subpoenas issued. And as the panels were continues, every American has to consider this. Can a president who is willing to make the choices Donald Trump made during the violence of January 6th, ever be trusted with any position of authority while chairman Benny Thompson notes the panel can not make criminal charges. There needs to be accountability. Merrick Garland's Justice Department is watching. We have to get this right. The attorney general calls it his department's most wide ranging and most important investigation ever. Cheney says the committee will keep pushing on its own. And we will see you all in September. Sagar Meghani, Washington. AP news for Friday, July 22nd, I'm Tim McGuire. President Biden's COVID symptoms improve. I'm feeling much better than I sound. President Joe Biden and The White House painted

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01:35 min | 5 months ago

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"Us and many say this year with the overturning of roe V wade Biden Supreme Court. It's about making a statement that they will not lose other hard won rights like gay marriage. Those worries have stemmed from justice clarence Thomas concurring opinion, but Arkansas governor asa Hutchinson tells NBC's meet the press, those worries are unfounded. There was no one that joined in that opinion. And so this is not about contraception. This is not about same sex marriage, a very limited decision on this particular issue of abortion. South Dakota's governor Christie nome is pledging to bar mail order abortion bills, but she tells ABC's this week. I don't believe there should be any punishment for women ever that are in a crisis situation or have an unplanned pregnancy. I'm Ben Thomas AP news. Paul McCartney has pulled out all the stops and brought on big name rock and roll guests for a two and a half hour concert at Glastonbury Festival. Now at 80 the former Beatles, the festival's oldest ever solo headliner, McCartney and his band treated the huge crowd to beat those classics like get back, hey Jude, blackbird and let it be along with solo hits, including live and let die Foo Fighters frontman, Dave Grohl, came on to play, saw her standing there and banned on the run, while Bruce Springsteen and McCartney, the boss and the beatle duetted on Springsteen's glory days and the early Lennon McCartney song I want to be your man. Charles De Ledesma, London. Iranian state television says Tehran has launched a solid fueled rocket into space

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01:58 min | 10 months ago

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"There will be a private service at Washington national cathedral and a public one at the World War II memorial President Biden plans to speak at the cathedral ceremony along with duels family and close friends His casket then travels to the World War II memorial for a public celebration of life featuring joint chiefs of staff chairman general Mark milley and actor Tom Hanks Dole's wife former senator Elizabeth Dole will lay a wreath in his honor Dole served nearly 36 years in Congress He died Sunday at the age of 98 Mike Hempen Washington A British appellate court has opened the door for WikiLeaks Julian Assange to be extradited to the U.S. The court decision overturns a lower court ruling that found Assange's mental health was too fragile to withstand the American criminal justice system of the U.S. had appealed the ruling challenging the argument lawyer James Lewis sang the WikiLeaks cofounder had no history of serious and enduring mental illness U.S. prosecutors have indicted Assange on 17 espionage charges and one charge of computer misuse the new ruling is likely to be appealed Charles De Ledesma London I Mike Gracia reporting the NFL is trying to tackle its minority coaching problem The NFL is America's most popular sport dominating television ratings and playing to packed stadiums but it has a problem while nearly 70% of the league's players are black only three of the league's 32 head coaches are black and minorities account for fewer than 36% of the league's assistant coaches but the NFL is working to change that dynamic In New England where coach Bill Belichick has won 6 super bowls the 2021 season began with 8 minority assistance The most ever for a Belichick led team four of those assistants are alums of NFL sponsored fellowship programs It's.

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03:37 min | 10 months ago

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"Calls for things from food to electronics surged last month Consumer prices in November were up 6.8% from a year earlier leading to the highest annual inflation rate in nearly 40 years The Labor Department says the jump from October was 0.8% Inflation has been up sharply during the economy's quick pandemic recovery due in part to everything from factory supply shortages to employers who have boosted pay to attract workers and then boosted prices Some economists hope inflation will peak in coming months which supply shortages gradually easing and oil and natural gas prices dropping Sagar Meghani Washington Former president of the Donald Trump has lashed out at Benjamin Netanyahu for congratulating president Joe Biden on his victory in last year's election In remarks from an interview earlier this year with an Israeli journalist Trump accuses the former Israeli leader of disloyalty saying he'd helped Netanyahu in his own elections by reversing decades of U.S. policy and supporting Israel's claims the territory seized in war Trump appeared to be particularly incensed by a video released by Netanyahu on January 20 the day Biden was inaugurated in which neglia said he and Biden had a warm personal friendship going back many decades Trump is still forcely claiming the U.S. election was stolen from him I'm Charles De Ledesma A day after lying in state in the U.S. capitol former senator Bob Dole will be honored with two services in Washington There will be a private service at Washington national cathedral and a public one at the World War II memorial President Biden plans to speak at the cathedral ceremony along with Joel's family in close friends His casket then travels to the World War II memorial for a public celebration of life featuring joint chiefs of staff chairman general Mark milley and actor Tom Hanks Dole's wife former senator Elizabeth Dole will lay a wreath in his honor Dole served nearly 36 years in Congress He died Sunday at the age of 98 Mike Hempen Washington A British appellate court has opened the door for WikiLeaks Julian Assange to be extradited to the U.S. The court decision overturns a lower court ruling that found Assange's mental health was too fragile to withstand the American criminal justice system of the U.S. had appealed the ruling challenging the argument lawyer James Lewis saying that WikiLeaks cofounder had no history of serious and enduring mental illness U.S. prosecutors have indicted Assange on 17 espionage charges and one charge of computer misuse the new ruling is likely to be appealed Charles De Ledesma London I Mike Gracia reporting the NFL is trying to tackle its minority coaching problem The NFL is America's most popular sport dominating television ratings and playing to packed stadiums but it has a problem while nearly 70% of the league's players are black only three of the league's 32 head coaches are black and minorities account for fewer than 36% of the league's assistant coaches but the NFL is working to change that dynamic In New England where coach Bill Belichick has won 6 super bowls the 2021 season began with 8 minority assistance The most ever for a Belichick led team Four of those assistants are alums of NFL sponsored fellowship programs.

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05:52 min | 10 months ago

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"Calls for things from food to electronics surged last month Consumer prices in November were up 6.8% from a year earlier leading to the highest annual inflation rate in nearly 40 years The Labor Department says the jump from October was 0.8% Inflation has been up sharply during the economy's quick pandemic recovery due in part to everything from factory supply shortages to employers who have boosted pay to attract workers and then boosted prices Some economists hope inflation will peak in coming months with supply shortages gradually easing and oil and natural gas prices dropping Sagar Meghani Washington Full of president Donald Trump has lashed out at Benjamin Netanyahu for congratulating president Joe Biden on his victory in last year's election In remarks from an interview earlier this year with an Israeli journalist Trump accuses the former Israeli leader of disloyalty saying he'd helped Netanyahu in his own elections by reversing decades of U.S. policy and supporting Israel's claims to territory seized in war Trump appeared to be particularly incensed by a video released by Netanyahu on January 20 the day Biden was inaugurated in which Netanyahu said he and Biden had a warm personal friendship going back many decades Trump is still forced the claiming the U.S. election was stolen from him I'm Charles De Ledesma A day after lying in state in the U.S. capitol former senator Bob Dole will be honored with two services in Washington There will be a private service at Washington national cathedral and a public one at the World War II memorial President Biden plans to speak at the cathedral ceremony along with Dole's family and close friends His casket then travels to the World War II memorial for a public celebration of life featuring joint chiefs of staff chairman general Mark milley and actor Tom Hanks Dole's wife former senator Elizabeth duel will lay a wreath in his honor Duhl served nearly 36 years in Congress He died Sunday at the age of 98 Mike Hempen Washington A British Appalachian court has opened the door for WikiLeaks Julian Assange to be extradited to the U.S. The court decision overturns a lower court ruling that found a Serge's mental health was too fragile to withstand the American criminal justice system the U.S. had appealed the ruling challenging the argument lawyer James Lewis saying the WikiLeaks cofounder had no history of serious and enduring mental illness U.S. prosecutors have indicted Assange on 17 espionage charges and one charge of computer misuse the new ruling is likely to be appealed Charles De Ledesma London I Mike Gracia reporting the NFL is trying to tackle its minority coaching problem The NFL is America's most popular sport dominating television ratings and playing to packed stadiums but it has a problem while nearly 70% of the league's players are black only three of the league's 32 head coaches are black and minorities account for fewer than 36% of the league's assistant coaches But the NFL is working to change that dynamic in New England where coach Bill Belichick has won 6 super bowls The 2021 season began with 8 minority assistance The most ever for a Belichick led team Four of those assistants are alums of NFL sponsored fellowship programs Yeah things are great programs great opportunity for both teams and the participants in it to make a connection You know more than casualty eventually in the workplace and on the job Veteran patriot safety Devin mccordy applauds the NFL's efforts to help teams diversify on the sidelines and in the front offices I think it's time to start seeing a year in and year out Because it's the right thing to do You know I think a lot of highly qualified people haven't been given a chance and it'll be great to see you know when people are given a chance to see what they do with it It's worth noting that two former Belichick assistants who are black went on to head coaching positions in the NFL Romeo crennel guided the Cleveland Browns the Kansas City Chiefs and on an interim basis the Houston Texans Brian Flores is currently head coach of the Miami Dolphins I'm Mike Gracia A mother in Southern California is facing criminal charges for encouraging her athlete daughter to hit an opposing player The charges of battery and contributing to the delinquency of a minor were imposed on 44 year old litera shanti hunt about a month after a punch was thrown during a girl's basketball tournament Orange County district attorney Todd spitzer says there was a physical turnover play both hunt's daughter and the victim ended up on the ground and then moments later as their heading across the court mom can be heard yelling out you'd better hit her for that And hunt's daughter did A sucker punch that knocked 15 year old Lauren ham to the floor causing a concussion and bruised neck Spitzer calls it unconscionable apparent would encourage her child to engage in violence during a sporting event But one legal expert calls the charges a stretch saying prosecutors will have a tough time proving hunt's outburst was an actual command and not just an emotional response I'm Jackie Quinn AP sports I'm Josh foundry what appeared to be a runaway in Minnesota turned into a Thursday Night Football nail biter Dalvin cook ran for 205 yards and two touchdowns but the Vikings nearly blew a 29 nothing third quarter lead They did hold on to beat Pittsburgh 36 28 Ben Roethlisberger passed for 308 yards for the Steelers now 6 6 and one Minnesota advanced to 6 and 7 on the year.

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AP News

03:36 min | 10 months ago

"charles de ledesma london" Discussed on AP News

"Things from food to electronics surged last month Consumer prices in November were up 6.8% from a year earlier leading to the highest annual inflation rate in nearly 40 years The Labor Department says the jump from October was 0.8% Inflation has been up sharply during the economy's quick pandemic recovery due in part to everything from factory supply shortages to employers who have boosted pay to attract workers and then boosted prices Some economists hope inflation will peak in coming months which supply shortages gradually easing and oil and natural gas prices dropping Sagar Meghani Washington Full book president Donald Trump has lashed out at Benjamin Netanyahu for congratulating president Joe Biden on his victory in last year's election In remarks from an interview earlier this year with an Israeli journalist Trump accuses the former Israeli leader of disloyalty saying he'd helped Netanyahu in his own elections by reversing decades of U.S. policy and supporting Israel's claims to territory seized in war Trump appeared to be particularly incensed by a video released by Netanyahu on January 20 The day Biden was inaugurated in the said he and Biden had a warm personal friendship going back many decades Trump is still falsely claiming the U.S. election was stolen from him I'm Charles De Ledesma A day after lying in state in the U.S. capitol former senator Bob Dole will be honored with two services in Washington There will be a private service at Washington national cathedral and a public wanted the World War II memorial President Biden plans to speak at the cathedral ceremony along with Dole's family and close friends His casket then travels to the World War II memorial for a public celebration of life featuring joint chiefs of staff chairman general Mark milley and actor Tom Hanks Dole's wife former senator Elizabeth doell will lay a wreath in his honor Dole served nearly 36 years in Congress He died Sunday at the age of 98 Mike Hempen Washington A British Appalachian court has opened the door for WikiLeaks Julian Assange to be extradited to the U.S. The court decision overturns a lower court ruling that found Assad's mental health was too fragile to withstand the American criminal justice system the U.S. had appealed the ruling challenging the argument lawyer James Lewis saying the WikiLeaks cofounder had no history of serious and enduring mental illness U.S. prosecutors have indicted Assange on 17 espionage charges and one charge of computer misuse the new ruling is likely to be appealed Charles De Ledesma London I Mike Gracia reporting the NFL is trying to tackle its minority coaching problem The NFL is America's most popular sport dominating television ratings and playing to packed stadiums but it has a problem while nearly 70% of the league's players are black only three of the league's 32 head coaches are black And minorities account for fewer than 36% of the league's assistant coaches But the NFL is working to change that dynamic In New England where coach Bill Belichick has won 6 super bowls the 2021 season began with 8 minority assistance the most ever for a Belichick led team Four of those assistants are alums of NFL sponsored fellowship programs.

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02:45 min | 1 year ago

"charles de ledesma london" Discussed on AP News

"Election In remarks from an interview earlier this year with an Israeli journalist Trump accuses the former Israeli leader of disloyalty saying he'd helped Netanyahu in his own elections by reversing decades of U.S. policy and supporting Israel's claims to territory seized in war Trump appeared to be particularly incensed by a video released by Netanyahu on January 20 the day Biden was inaugurated in which Netanyahu said he and Biden had a warm personal friendship going back many decades Trump is still forced to claiming the U.S. election was stolen from him I'm Charles De Ledesma A day after lying in state in the U.S. capitol former senator Bob Dole will be honored with two services in Washington There will be a private service at Washington national cathedral and a public wanted the World War II memorial President Biden plans to speak at the cathedral ceremony along with Dole's family and close friends His casket then travels to the World War II memorial for a public celebration of life featuring joint chiefs of staff chairman general Mark milley and actor Tom Hanks Dole's wife former senator Elizabeth doell will lay a wreath in his honor Dole served nearly 36 years in Congress He died Sunday at the age of 98 Mike Hempen Washington A British Appalachian court has opened the door for WikiLeaks Julian Assange to be extradited to the U.S. The court decision overturns a lower court ruling that found Assad's mental health was too fragile to withstand the American criminal justice system the U.S. had appealed the ruling challenging the argument lawyer James Lewis saying the WikiLeaks cofounder had no history of serious and enduring mental illness U.S. prosecutors have indicted Assange on 17 espionage charges and one charge of computer misuse the new ruling is likely to be appealed Charles De Ledesma London I Mike Gracia reporting the NFL is trying to tackle its minority coaching problem The NFL is America's most popular sport dominating television ratings and playing to packed stadiums but it has a problem while nearly 70% of the league's players are black only three of the league's 32 head coaches are black And minorities account for fewer than 36% of the league's assistant coaches but the NFL is working to change that dynamic In New England where coach Bill Belichick has won 6 super bowls The 2021 season began with 8 minority assistance The most ever for a Belichick led team Four of those assistants are alums of NFL sponsored fellowship programs Yeah.

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AP News

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"charles de ledesma london" Discussed on AP News

"Issues It's a good opportunity for decision making for politicians to listen to what the population wants what the people that everyday people want And we just want justice Hundreds of demonstrations and marches are taking place around the world too Charles De Ledesma London Authorities say over 90 people are dead on around 30 others critically wounded after an oil tanker exploded near Sierra Leone's capital in Africa Men went before the explosion People crowd around the oil tanker to collect leaking fuel after it had collided with another vehicle video obtained by The Associated Press shows a giant fireball burning in the night sky and charred remains of some victims laying strewn at the scene awaiting transport to mortuaries President Julius madam bio in Scotland attending the UN climate talks deplored the horrendous loss of life while Sierra Leone's vice president visited two hospitals overnight He said the nation's national disaster management agency and others would work tirelessly in the wake of the emergency I'm Charles De Ledesma Climate protests are going ahead for the second day running in Glasgow Police helicopters bus over the city as authorities prepare for more protests by climate activists demanding faster action to curb global warming despite some rain and strong winds tens of thousands of people are expected to join the rally while inside the conference hall negotiators knuckle down for a 7th day of talks to finish draft agreements that can be passed the ministers for political approval next week among the issues being haggled over by almost 200 countries are a fresh commitment to the goal of capping global warming at 1.5°C I'm Charles De.

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01:40 min | 1 year ago

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"We just want justice Hundreds of demonstrations and marches are taking place around the world too Charles De Ledesma London Authorities say over 90 people are dead on around 30 others critically wounded after an oil tanker exploded near Sierra Leone's capital in Africa No one's before the explosion People crowd round the oil tanker to collect leaking fuel after it had collided with another vehicle video obtained by The Associated Press shows a giant fireball burning in the night sky and charred remains of some victims laying strewn at the scene awaiting transport to mortars President Julius madam bio in Scotland attending the UN climate talks deplored the horrendous loss of life while Sierra Leone's vice president visited two hospitals overnight He said the nation's national disaster management agency and others would work tirelessly in the wake of the emergency I'm Charles De Ledesma of climate protests are going ahead for the second day running in Glasgow Police helicopters bus over the city as authorities prepare for more protests by climate activists demanding faster action to curb global warming despite some rain and strong winds tens of thousands of people are expected to join the rally while inside the conference hall negotiators knuckle down for a 7th day of talks to finish draft agreements that can be passed to ministers for political approval next week among the issues being haggled over by almost 200 countries are a fresh commitment to the goal.

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AP News

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"charles de ledesma london" Discussed on AP News

"This year as many companies continued struggling to fill millions of open positions Employers added just 194,000 jobs the second stray tepid game and the fewest since they cut jobs in December The job survey was taken in early September when Delta vary in cases were rising The virus still dominates every single month of economic activity Grant Thornton chief economist Diane swank was among those forecasting a much bigger gain Still President Biden is touting real progress noting a sharp unemployment rate dropped to 4.8% Maybe it doesn't seem fast enough I'd like to see it faster And we're going to make it faster The jobless rate fell in part because while more people found jobs fewer looked for work despite a record high job openings Sagar Meghani Washington Economists had predicted robust job growth last month but the delta variant got in the way The forecast in part was hiring would pick up as schools reopened freeing parents to return to jobs Many companies plan to resume in office work potentially revitalizing downtown business districts but some schools are temporarily closed Many office buildings are still vacant and COVID-19 fears have rebounded a Census Bureau of survey found the number of people not working because they have the disease or are caring for someone who does doubled between July and early September Sagar Meghani Washington Nigerian police say that at least 187 people including babies have been freed in the country's troubled north one on Nigeria's largest liberations of kidnap victims A state police spokesman from the zamfara region says security forces rescued the hostages from a forest where they had been held for many weeks he said they were released unconditionally indicating that no ransoms were paid following extensive search and rescue operations the spokesman added the rescuers had been helped by sweeping security measures including a shutdown on mobile phone networks and restrictions on gatherings and movements in the region I'm Charles De Ledesma Media groups have welcomed the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize for journalists who have battled to confront misinformation globally Human rights activists and many others have enthusiastically welcomed the awarding of this year's prize to journalists Maria risa of the Philippines and Dmitri murat off of Russia at a time when media groups around the world face new precious and crackdowns from the authorities another new threat is the rise of misinformation even in established democracies The committee to protect journalists says resa and muratov are under personal threat and continuously defy censorship and repression to report the news leading the way for others to do the same Charles De Ledesma London Schools are a key factor in last month's disappointing jobs report Many of the jobs that actually were lost during the month were in public education Grant Thornton chief economist Diane swanks this typically a lot of jobs are added there before school starts around a million We fell short of that as many schools were forced to go back online Swan says that's reflected in a drop in labor participation Women in particular The numbers suggest many working mothers are still caring for kids at home Many schools that stayed open had trouble finding support staff like bus drivers most industries outside education saw better job growth Sagar Meghani Washington Anti vaccine Cairo tractors are a rising force of misinformation a sold out convention in the Wisconsin dells discussed bogus claims about the health dangers of mask wearing and vaccines It was organized by chiropractors an AP investigation found chiropractors touted their supplements as alternatives to vaccines donated to anti vaccine organizations and doctors notes were written to allow patients to get out of mask and immunization mandates This is a small but vocal minority Many chiropractors advocate vaccines a chiropractor in Michigan Kyle mckamey tells patients on a pediatric intake form if you would like information regarding the dangers of vaccines and how to refuse them Let us know The line includes a smiley face emoji I'm Ed Donahue A Taliban police official says a blast at a mosque packed with Shiite Muslim worshippers in northern Afghanistan has killed or injured over 100 people The deputy police chief for Kunduz province believes the majority of them have been killed in reference to the victims adding the attack may have been carried out by a suicide bomber who mingled among the worshippers inside the mosque There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the blast but militants from the Islamic State group have a long history of attacking Afghanistan's Shiite minority if confirmed a death toll of dozens would be the highest since U.S. and NATO forces left Afghanistan at the end of August and the Taliban to control of the country I'm Charles De Ledesma To fearless journalists have won the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize Maria ressa of the Philippines and Dmitri muraru of Russia become Nobel laureates for their fight for freedom of expression in countries where reporters have faced persistent attacks harassment and even murder where says she's called out the erosion of the rights guaranteed in her nation's constitution even when it's got personal We have shown that this asymmetrical power when the state's power is focused on journalists that the way you fight back is by doing your job So two has criticized Facebook saying the company knew it was harming people with disinformation I'm Charles De Ledesma The labor departments lay this report shows the virus pandemic still has a grip on the economy Employers added just 194,000 jobs last month far shy of even the modest 336,000 in August and the fewest since they actually cut jobs in December The bottom line is change the course of the virus change the course of cases and you change the course of the economy Grant Thornton chief economist Diane swan says the disappointing report is a reality check that simply reopening businesses won't magically translate to more hiring Employers continue struggling to fill millions of open spots partly because of virus fears and partly because many who've lost jobs during the pandemic are not yet looking for work The unemployment rate fell sharply to 4.8% Sagar Meghani Washington AP.

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"charles de ledesma london" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"charles de ledesma london" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"These domestic intelligence agencies warning that the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan could fuel terror plots MI 5 director general Ken McCallum believes that Taliban has heartened and emboldened extremists and could lead to the return of major Al-Qaeda style attack plots against the west McCallum adds Britain could face more risk because of the withdrawal of NATO troops and the overthrow of the Afghan government in a rare interview with the BBC He says nations must be vigilant both for the increase and inspired terrorism which has become a trend over the past 5 to ten years alongside the potential regrowth of Al-Qaeda style directed plots Charles De Ledesma London also return all dot com President Biden calling some Republican governors cavalier or resisting his call for our ranging new federal vaccine requirements that he hopes will contain the delta variant The president visited a middle school earlier today he was making the case for new federal rules that he set out Thursday that could impact 100 million Americans A judge temporarily blocked Florida's Eddie riot law in a win for several groups who claimed the law was unconstitutional U.S. district judge Mark walker ruled the bill violated the First Amendment According to walker plaintiffs and their members First Amendment rights are chilled by parts of the law Walker declared the legislation was too broad and made the definition of a riot unclear The bill includes not letting those arrested during a riot post bail until their first court hearing and doesn't allow cities to cut police budgets without state approval Florida Republican governor Ron DeSantis said that the state would be appealing the decision and he is confident he will win Bernie Bennett reporting The stocks are wobbling up and down in choppy trading today The Dow is down 45 points but the NASDAQ now is up three More at townhall dot com Philadelphia isam 9 90 the answer is sending a partly cloudy and breezy for the afternoon high today 77 Your skies tonight low 58 mostly sunny four tomorrow the high a 79 hardly sunny.

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02:47 min | 1 year ago

"charles de ledesma london" Discussed on AP News

"Information, but it's just it's been very worrisome about the state today. The president Juvenal Moist, was shot and killed in his home. His wife was wounded. Claude Joseph, the interim prime minister, says the police and military are in control of security in Haiti. This is the 14th day of the search through debris of a collapsed condo in Surfside, Florida 10. More bodies have been found 46 people have died. Official sound more and more grim about the prospects of finding anyone alive. No one has been rescued from that site. Since the first hours after the building collapsed, crews have removed 124 tons of debris. From the site. I'm Ed Donahue. The number of job openings reaches another all time high. U. S. Employers posted a record number of jobs in May for the second straight month. As the rapidly rebounding academy generates an intense demand for workers. The Labor Department says the number of available jobs on May 31st was 9,210,000. That's an increase of about 20,000 from April and the most since records began in December. 2000 Report also says the number of people quitting their jobs dropped in May from a record high in April but remains elevated, and the percentage of workers getting laid off in May dropped to a record low. My camp in Washington they found 10 more bodies in the rubble of that collapsed Florida condo building. The number known dead is now 46. Many more still missing. Two weeks after the building fell down, searchers have found no new signs of survivors. They say their mission is still defined People alive a search and rescue mission, not a recovery operation. But Miami Dade Mayor Daniella Levine covers says the families of the missing are preparing for news of tragic loss to use her words. I think everybody will be ready, she said. When it's time to move to the next phase I'm Rita Foley. Britain's High Court has granted the US government permission to appeal a decision that Wikileaks founder Julian Assange cannot be sent to the U. S. To face espionage charges. The Judicial office says the appeal had been granted and the case would be listed for a high court hearing. Although no date has been set so far, the judge ordered for Assange must remain in prison during any potential U. S appeal as he has an incentive to abscond if he were freed. In January, a lower court judge had refused an American requests to send Assange to the U. S. The district judge had denied extradition on health grounds, saying Assange was likely to kill himself if held of the harsh US prison conditions. Charles de Ledesma, London.

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