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"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on WTVN

"ABC News. I'm Chuck Sivertsen. Once they're back on their home planet before space tourists ending their historic trip to orbit with the splashdown in the Atlantic off the Florida coast less than half an hour ago. A SpaceX mission control in Hawthorne, California inspiration for on behalf of SpaceX. Welcome to Planet Earth. Your mission has shown the world the spaces for all of us and that everyday people can make extraordinary impacts in the world around them. And back from the capsule. Thanks. So much faced actor with a heck of a ride for us SpaceX capsule parachuted into the ocean not far from where they chartered flight began three days earlier near Florida's Kennedy Space Center. Fully automated flight with no professional astronauts. Some covid hotspots are improving, but numbers still high. Johns Hopkins University data shows drops in the seven day averages of daily cases and deaths. In the past two weeks, and Arizona, Florida reported over 11,000 New daily cases yesterday, about half the number from last month. The numbers of covid cases are still staggering. The CDC recorded more than 10,000 new covid related deaths in the U. S. Just this past week. More than two dozen states have increasing case averages and 11 states are dealing with a rise in hospital admissions. One of the faces behind those numbers. Josh Kun Z. He's in an Indiana hospital. His wife, Marissa, says the father of five is on a ventilator. There was a huge joke, and obviously it's not because my husband's like laying right here next to me, experts say the majority of cases, hospitalizations and deaths Are those who are unvaccinated. Michelle Franzen. ABC News. US too soon start to deport thousands of migrants who have arrived at a camped out on a bridge in Del Rio, Texas, ABC ZURI in SHOP. Greg Abbott Retweeted, an AP Post that said the Biden administration is planning to put the migrants at the Texas border on planes back to Haiti, and it could come as early as tomorrow. This comes as city leaders declared a state of emergency in the border town of Del Rio. You're listening to ABC news. The pandemics reminded us we live in a sea of airborne germs that can assault us with every breath. Your nose is the body's first line of defense by helping filter out allergens, bacteria and viruses before they reach your lungs. But like any air filter, the more clogged up, it gets, the less it works. So how do you clean your nose? I'm Martin Hoke and I didn't invent nasal irrigation. The neti pots been around thousands of years, but I did invent Nevada's to make cleaning your nose. Easy. Nova's uses powered suction to flush out Mucus and germs that cause congestion or worse can make you sick. Over two million people.

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"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Election. It comes as recent polls have shown Newsom is likely to remain in office in this very blue state. Republicans are critical of the president and vice president coming to California to campaign for Newsome. I like Stone. ABC NEWS LOS Angeles, North Korea upping its missile game. ABC's Chuck Sivertsen with North Korea successfully tested new long range cruise missiles Saturday and Sunday, says it's state news agency more sophisticated than the ballistic Rockets launched before significant step forward in terms of their capabilities, But it's not something that could hit the U. S. Former State Department official retired Marine Eilat. Colonel Steve Daniel. Just launch did not have Kim Jong attendance, Which sort of signifies that this is not something that they see as a strategic breakthrough. It's a missile that can't carry nukes, says Gandered and ABC News contributor Chuck Sivertsen, ABC News The Illinois Senate, returning to Springfield today, where they will take up the energy package that was passed by the House last week, is expected to take an up or down vote on the House proposal. The House last week voted 83 to 33 to approve the plan. The goal is to phase out power generated by fossil fuels to make the state carbon free by 2050, as well as expand the use of electric vehicles in Illinois by 2030. If approved, the measure will go to Governor Pritzker's desk who says he will sign it as soon as possible. Kim Gordon 8 90 wls And of course, that package also includes a 700 build $700 million bailout. For comment. Coastal Texas Under a tropical storm warning is Nicholas, the 14th named storm of the hurricane season makes its way over the Southwestern Gulf Hurricane Watch was issued late Sunday for the central portion of the Texas coast, and the storm is expected to start unpacking the region later on today in the Houston area, officials say the possibility of flash flooding now the biggest concerns here.

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"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on WTVN

"From ABC News. I'm Chuck Sivertsen. What the Gulf Coast does not need another foot of rain, but that much is possible. Over the next days in Texas, from about Brownsville to Houston, Beaumont and Port Arthur Lake Charles, Louisiana. It's already raining. It's tropical Storm Nicholas that is formed in the Gulf of Mexico. The meteorologists like Dan Peck of ABC News, even though Nicholas is still several 100 miles away from the Texas Coast is sending a surge of tropical moisture northward. And that's a ready, triggering scattered showers and thunderstorms along the Texas coastline, and this will continue right through Sunday night. Right now. Nicholas is expected to make landfall Monday night or early Tuesday morning. Somewhere along the Texas coast, however, it's important to mention that impacts will occur well ahead. That some areas Texas coast could get 20 inches of rain in the forecast. An apartment explosion, damaging a lot of other units in the complex to Count county, Georgia. Dunwoody has sent four people of the hospital, no serious injuries to others missing to count fire and rescue Deputy Chief Melvin Carter. So right now we got reports and I'll stress that reports of two people that we have not accounted for it this time. And that is the area that we're gonna be searching for us that everything confirmed cause of the blast under investigation, Fire and rescue says a call was put into Atlanta gas about a smell of gas. North Korea says it successfully test fired a cruise missile, not a ballistic one, which it has done up to now, the crews being more sophisticated. It's government run news agency releasing two photos of the test launch indicating that the president's plan mandating covid vaccinations for millions, maybe short lives if a lawsuit is filed, Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson do NBC's Meet the press whether it's actually constitutional or not announcing on social media that she's engaged Britney Spears to model personal trainer boyfriend Sam Scarry. She's 39. He's 27 on instagram. She holds up a finger to the camera. The one with the ring on it. You're listening to ABC News Radio. Real estate with Len Cinelli on news radio. 6 10 W T V N Wow, Happy Sunday, Ohio. All of my fellow Ohioans have got the Here We go with the highest energy show.

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"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Fought and won against the hijackers President George W. Bush. Today's 9 11 anniversary ceremony. We learned that bravery is more common than we imagined. Emerging was sudden splendor. In the face of death Major 9 11 ceremonies now over for the day. Chuck Sivertsen. ABC NEWS Doubt K X Traffic Papa Murphy's Traffic Center Change the way you pizza. We're still seeing delays. I five North Bong Rosa Parks way through the interstate due to a stall If I saw you in Colombia, 2 to 17 a 16 minute drive 84 westbound 28 to 17 smooth 14 minutes and Sunset East on Expect delays. At 22 minutes, then it knows K e X traffic Now Katie weather driven by your local Honda dealer. Wildfire smoke because hazy sunshine and an air quality advisory south of Portland, south of Detroit, in the Cascades in south of Madras in central Oregon, skies this afternoon at Portland will be sunny with a high near 76 Increasing clouds tonight. The low 59 tomorrow Mostly cloudy in the morning, then sunny with a high of 75. With K two storm tracker Whether I'm Brad Ford and I Heart radio station 11 90 k e X available everywhere with the I. Heart radio APP Now number one for podcasting 11 90 K e X..

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"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"KFBK from ABC News. I'm Chuck Sivertsen some middle school students at a show and tell moment they'll always tell about A visit from President Biden talking about efforts to keep them safe from Covid, the delta variant putting more kids in the hospitals president encouraged the group of students to get vaccinated, telling parents it's the safest thing. Those eligible for the shots can do to keep younger kids safe through the Covid 19 pandemic. You've got them vaccinated for all kinds of other things. Measles moms for Bella. For them to go to school to be able to play sports. They've had to have those vaccinations. Get them vaccinated. The president also reiterated his call for governors to require vaccinations for all teachers and school staff to boob. ABC NEWS Washington Prominent leader of pushback against covid restrictions or mandates Florida governor Iran to Santa's. The federal government can get away with doing this going right at the heart of people's livelihoods and their ability to provide for their families. You know what's going to come next? Shepherd Lee an appeals court has ruled to keep Florida's ban on student mask mandates in place, at least until it issues. A final ruling on its legality. Three new studies released by the CDC show that overall vaccines are still dramatically reducing the risk of being hospitalized or dying of covid. During the current Delta surge, US temporarily stops flying in Afghan refugees from Germany and Qatar Another vaccine figures in this case requires all Afghan refugees to have received the measles vaccine. At least four of them arrived here with the disease. These individuals are being quarantined in accordance with public health guidelines, and the CDC has begun full contact tracing White House spokesperson Jen Psaki saying. The CDC recommended for now suspending evacuation flights to make sure no others with measles enter the US Andy Field. ABC NEWS Washington Former associate for Rudy Giuliani pleads guilty to soliciting Tickle contribution from a foreign national Igor Fruman could get prison time when sentenced in January. You're listening to ABC News from California's capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. I'm John Burnett at 302 with your top local stories, A new poll shows California Governor Gavin Newsom is the big winner in next week's recall, election Director Eric Shenker says the UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies surveyed more than 10,000 registered voters. What we've seen in the last month or so is the enthusiasm gap that had been hurting. Newsom has closed quite dramatically of the people surveyed between August 30th and September. 6th 61% oppose the recall while 39% want the governor out of office. It's the widest margin yet the election to recall Newsom from offices next Tuesday, a series of lightning strikes cause cruise on the front lines of the massive Keldorf fire to scramble to put out new fires. Firefighters already have their hands full with the cold or fire, which, as of today is 53% contained 218,000 acres. The Cold Front caused more than 1000 lightning strikes between last night and this morning in Northern California. No major fires were reported, and the farm to Fork Festival makes a comeback in downtown Sacramento. The annual event was cancelled last year due to the pandemic. However, starting today till September 18th, the festival is back with Covid 19 safety protocols in place. The festivities feature local farmers, food vendors, wine, beer and live music. Can find more information at farm to fork dot com. Traffic and weather together. Let's check in with Dana has the fork to mouth festival. My knee lock, but he had right now We've got a lane calls. It's the number two counting left, right. This is North Carolina Avenue Sierra View Lane, not injury. Excellent Working there again. It's blocking the right lane. Otherwise on your freeways, eastbound cat really slow in Midtown also westbound as you come through. From Bell until Cal Expo then clears up westbound 50 also heavy, maybe an earlier accident, causing some of that, but it's going to be slow from water Avenue all the way to midtown around 16. And with the knee low company, you'll find manufacturers certified service by award winning technician at every dealership, and people will understand that it isn't just about fixing cars. It's about exceeding customer expectations and everything they.

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"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"ABC News. I'm Chuck Sivertsen. More than 27,000 new covid cases among public school students have been reported to the CDC in the past week. Mississippi hospitals reports seeing Covid patients in denial about the severity of their own illness or the virus itself. With visitors frequently trying to enter hospitals without masks. Hospitals are struggling, says ABC is Christine Sloan in Stillwater, Oklahoma. The mayor has declared a state of emergency amid a shortage of medical staff. Four largest hospitals had no I C u beds available in California Search protocols are in effect in the San Joaquin Valley region after having less than 10% of adult ICU beds available for three straight days. Delivery of Covid vaccine booster shots would be able to start in the 20th for Americans received Pfizer doses, says Dr Anthony Fauci, the government's top infectious disease expert. She in an interview this morning, saying Moderna's they end up rolling out a few weeks later. This is ABC News double Mystery. ABC is Derek Dennis in South Carolina, a strange and violent turn of events in an unsolved double murder case. A man from a prominent legal family who found his wife and son shot to death at their home three months ago, has been shot in the head himself. Alex Murdoch is wounded, but alive. He was shot Saturday after he had car trouble en route to Charleston, Murdoch found the bodies of his wife, Maggie, and son, Paul back On June 7th at their home. No rest of it made in that case. This crackdown on protesters. ABC is Julia McFarland. Afghan women have carried out daily protests for their rights in the cities of Herat and Kabul, calling for female participation in the new government and for education and workers' rights. This weekend, the Taliban reportedly used tear gas and Tasers on the women to break up demonstrations. Some women alleging they had been beaten women filmmakers who fled the Taliban in Afghanistan at the Venice Film Festival begged the world not to forget the Afghan people and to support its artists. Chuck Sivertsen, ABC News Let's be Real..

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Hurricane Ida: What We Know About the Storm Heading Toward Louisiana

The Wendy and Ray Show

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Hurricane Ida: What We Know About the Storm Heading Toward Louisiana

"Chuck Sivertsen from a person who knows hurricanes and sees what hurricane ideas like and what it's going to become heading for New Orleans and Louisiana Coast to listen to those those local officials have asked to leave. Please do it. There's still time. Still time I've still got some daylight time to get out. National Hurricane Center Director Ken Graham. I did a hit full force tomorrow. But even now, outer bands raining on south East Texas to the Florida Panhandle. But tomorrow by the time we make landfall, we're forecasting category four Hurricane 135 miles an hour. You can see that the core, those hurricane force went stretching out 40 or 50 Miles. You can see 120 130 miles on the tropical storm force winds. There have been large crowds of the New Orleans airport traffic jams

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Child Tax Credit Payments Start to Hit Bank Accounts July 15

Mark Levin

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Child Tax Credit Payments Start to Hit Bank Accounts July 15

"News time Chuck Sivertsen hitting bank accounts tomorrow by direct deposit most of the first round of child tax credit payments from the Biden administration. And accounts of parents of 60 million Children. Senior Administration officials are framing these payments as a

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"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"News. I'm Chuck Sivertsen. New CDC guidelines for return to in person Learning say masks are optional if teachers and students are fully vaccinated, But local districts had the final say ABC is Trevor all some prominent teachers union, some of them supporting the guidance one of them, however, the National Education Association says that they believe Schools should be requiring masks in all settings where there are unvaccinated individuals. Present time is running out for about seven million Americans who can't pay their rent The federal moratorium on evictions due to expire in the 31st, ABC Zacharek each. This was always a temporary fix. The good news is there is help. The only question is, when will it arrive? You know, there's a patchwork of some 450 programs that are operating At the state and local level. It's been difficult to navigate, and their rollout has been slow, record breaking heat wave in the West A BCS will car in Palm Springs, California, the entire state is facing a drought. 85% is now an extreme drought this time last year, the extreme drought was just 2%. In a dramatic call to action, the governor this week calling on residents in industries to voluntarily cut their water usage by 15%, now in storage to can Federal statues in Charlottesville, Virginia, removed today without any trouble and with few people looking on this. Four years after efforts led to a deadly protests by white supremacists, Pastor Marvin Morgan Sojourners United Church of Christ in Charlottesville, sums up the original effort to erect such statues to fight a war win the war. And then erect a memorial to those who lead the enemy troops that makes note sense whatsoever. And hours ago,.

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"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on KOMO

"To record hives. Chuck Sivertsen ABC News HOMO News, 1000 FM, 97 7. Good afternoon. Come when it was time to 31. I'm Taylor. Hands Ice Now. Our top stories from the chemo 24 7 News Center. Seattle set all time records yesterday when sea Tac airport hit 108 degrees, And today it's a gradual cool down. Still unseasonably warm, though Camoes Carlin Johnson has more Sunday got to 104 degrees at CEATEC, and that was a new record. Of course, it didn't last. Long as we got to 108 yesterday. First time on record, Seattle had three consecutive days with temperatures over 100 on the East Side. Temperatures were off the chart well into the 100 teens. Including an astounding 118 around Covington and Maple Valley during the peak of the heat. Shannon o Donnell, with the KOMO forecast team now by tomorrow, we should be dropping back into the mid eighties with maybe even some morning clouds Sam board at the National Weather Service checking for any chance of rain out there. I don't have anything. Marine wise in the forecast for the next week. It looks like it's going to stay pretty dry, at least of all the normal temperature wise. Keep in mind. The average high this time of year at CEATEC is only 73 degrees. Charlene Johnson come on news as the record breaking heat wave winds down, Experts warn that heat related health risks are still present conditions have been so far removed from previous experience around here. Health and environmental experts, including Paul Lloyd at Portland State University, are just beginning to assess the impact is no question that it's putting stress on both the natural and human systems. What kind of stress he can contribute to so many types.

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"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Walgreen, CVS BED Bath and Rite Aid Knave Ege N A V A G E The FDA has, as expected, issued official updated fact sheets from Moderna and Pfizer Covid vaccines to add an alert about a rare heart inflammation possible in some young people vaccinated more from ABC is Chuck Sivertsen. We? We Dr Paul offered a member of the CDC's advisory committee this week. Caution that the heart inflammation in young people is very rare and not worth the risk of getting covid. We know that adolescents and young adults now among the most frequent group likely to be hospitalized, and we know that even in that group young, healthy people that they can suffer this disease that they can be hospitalized with this disease and they can die from this disease. FDA fact sheets Say. In most patients, the heart inflammation resolves itself quickly. Chuck Sivertsen ABC News COVID 19 protocol. Also forcing a team on the verge of reaching the college Baseball World Series to forfeit North Carolina State was on an incredible postseason run. But on Friday they lost to the defending champions Vanderbilt With only 13 players the rest out due to Covid 19 related issues. The CIA stepped in and called Saturday's elimination game on no contest due to Covid protocols. Had Vanderbilt advanced to the championship round. Wolfpack coach Elliott even asked if he encouraged his players to get vaccinated. I don't try to indoctrinate my kids with my values of mine. My opinion coach event, then asked if he got vaccinated. If you want to talk baseball, we could talk baseball. If you want to talk politics, or you can go talk to my had a sports medicine. Todd and ABC News. This is ABC News. Good morning. Here's a check of the roadway.

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"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"A driver who apparently turned his truck into a weapon in Arizona, shot by cops after hitting a group of cyclists during a road race, leaving seven people hurt, maybe, says Chuck Sivertsen, the bike race in show Low. Arizona had an estimated 270 taking part suddenly, says police spokesperson Christine Slater, a Ford Heavy duty pickup truck. Cross lane. Witnesses say the truck rammed the cyclists and helmets, shoes and crumpled and broken bicycles were strewn all over one local. We're live in a very, very loving community, and to be honest with you events like this don't take place every day, Police chased. They say The driver refused orders to stop, so officers fired and wounded him reported critical but stable. Chuck Sivertsen ABC NEWS, Iran's only nuclear power plant, going into an emergency shutdown over the weekend, that could last for several days, Officials say it's because of what they say is a Lack of technical overhaul and could lead to some blackouts as they get the work done a pause in the Iran nuclear talks helping drive up oil prices today Brent crude up 0.3% in overnight trading higher demand with the summer driving season. Speeding up is also helping push up prices and one of the Navy's aircraft carriers. The USS Gerald R. Ford, is being hit hard over the past few days. The Navy is running tests. To see what kind of shock it can take using enough explosives to replicate a 3.9 magnitude earthquake. The tests are planned over the next few weeks. This is ABC News. It's all about the knows It's your air filter the first line of defense against bacteria and viruses. If too many germs get stuck in your nose. Guess what you get sick. That's why it's so important to keep your nose clean, just like washing your hands. Now there's a better way to keep your nose clean and help your body protect itself..

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"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"The news. I'm Chuck Sivertsen. Justice Department resources must be redirected to enforce federal laws to protect voting rights, says Attorney General Merrick. Department will implement its responsibility under presidential executive order. 14 019. Emoting access to voting. Republicans say it's a matter of election security. Garland did not comment about an investigation into allegations that during President Trump's administration, the department secretly seized phone data from at least two House Democrats that allegedly happened during the investigation into ties between the Trump campaign and Russia. Some of the world's most powerful politicians mixing with Britain's royal Family of G seven summit events. We are here to announce reopening day in Chicago. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, lifting most of the city's covid 19 restrictions. This is ABC News. Special recognition for the teen in Minneapolis, whose infamous video sparked a movement teenager who shot the cell phone video of George Floyd's murder. Darnell A. Fraser received a special citation from the committee that awards the Pulitzer Prize. The committee said she jilted viewers and spurred protests against police brutality around the world. Pulitzer's long known as the most prestigious prizes in traditional journalism are recognizing new outlets. Buzzfeed News one for the first time for an expose on China's internment of the Muslim minority, we gers the Pulitzers did recognize traditional media. The New York Times one for coverage of coronavirus. ABC is Aaron Carter. Ski Fiance, A Fort Hood soldier. Uh, Vanessa Gains one cruise. Now revealing how we learned G and had been killed more than two months after her disappearance has seen that He started crying crime suspect. Army specialist Aaron Robinson died by suicide. Chuck Sivertsen ABC News, Okay, let's play a little game. How many pairs of footwear do you think sketches are sold? 300,000,500.

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"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on KOMO

"On exposed skin and as little as five minutes and to make matters worse, we're expecting more snow here in Chicago and other areas today and later this week in Texas a million and a half power customers are without this morning as utility companies implement rolling blackouts because there's been so much demand. Kevin James isn't San Antonio. Join it with the little dog and everything and Take it in Walt's here, you know, so we'll go out be left here alone. He says he never thought he'd see snow on the Alamo. Americans are sounding off about what they think should have happened in Donald Trump's second impeachment trial. President Trump should have been convicted and barred from holding future office say 58% overall in a new ABC News Ipsos poll, including 88% of Democrats, 64% of independents and 14% of Republicans that 14% is exactly the same as the seven out of 50. Republicans in the Senate who voted Guilty, almost two thirds supported holding the trial. 77% say that most senators voted their partisan politics. The poll was taken Saturday and Sunday of 547. Adults in English and Spanish and numbers could be off 4.8 points plus or minus maybe sees Chuck Sivertsen, North Carolina's Republican Party expected to vote today on Lotus Center Senator Richard Burr over his vote to convict the former president, Louisiana Republicans. Censured Senator Bill Cassidy for his conviction. Vote over the weekend. Corona virus infections, hospitalizations and deaths continue to fall. The doctor Anthony Fauci, telling ABC News the virus is mutating. Now's not the time to get complacent. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. 20 Minutes of nonstop news continues on Co Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Good morning, It is.

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"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To most Americans. I support passing Koba relief with support from Republicans if we get it The cover of the past the past. There's no if ends of much, many Republicans argue the price tag is too steep. Karina Mitchell, NBC NEWS, New York, a resident of Cape Cod, pushing for a public forum. On the support of former President Trump among local authorities Details now WBC's Tim done, Cape Cod resident Steve Lipman sent a letter to the Barnstable County commissioners that questions whether the public can trust local law enforcement if they supported former President Donald Trump. He calls for the creation of a forum that would question local police officials on their support of the former president, and, if they hold seditious, believes the letter was written in response to the January 6th attacks in the U. S Capitol building. Lippman on whether he feels such a forum would inflict on freedom of speech. Believe in something stupid speech leads to tradition. It is a violation of the liberties that we also enjoy. The letter specifically calls on the police chiefs of all Cape Cod town sponsor Bill County, D. A. Michael O'Keefe and Sheriff James Cummings to be the subject of the forum. Commission sent the letter to the Barnstable County Assembly of Delegates. Tim done WBZ Boston's news radio final day of January and the first month of 2021, ending with covert numbers in the United States still high, although some of those figures are going down, Total US coronavirus deaths are now over, 439,000 says Johns Hopkins University With January being the deadliest month in the U. S pandemic with over 90,000 covert deaths in the weekly view cases were down 14%. Current hospitalizations air down, 12% says A covert tracking project deaths rose a little, the CDC says of about 50 million total vaccine doses distributed over 29 million have been administered. CBC's Chuck Sivertsen reporting Ah World Health Organization team Continuing its work in Wuhan, China, wh.

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"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Have interrupted vaccinations at Dodger Stadium. Gates, a Dodger Stadium had to be closed. This about 50 protesters gathered at and blocked the entrance. The protesters held signs saying, Save your soul turn back now and shouted, warning people in hundreds of cars that had been waiting in line for hours not to get the vaccine. The group's organizers say they're marching against everything covert the vaccine. PCR tests lockdowns masks Fauci Gates, Newsome, China and digital tracking people in cars outside the Gates got their shots after the protestors lead. What about an hour later? Amy King KFC News. Some hospitals around the U. S may be in trouble for letting board members and big dollar donors effectively skipped the line to get the covert 19 vaccine. A Seattle area hospital system was slammed by a Washington governor, Jay Inslee, after it offered covert 19 vaccination appointments to major donors. L. A county's presiding judge says because of the number of covert 19 cases in the county remain at a dangerous level. Timelines for criminal trials and juvenile dependency cases have been extended. The order extends the time in which a criminal trial must be held by up to 30 days extends the time for a preliminary hearing following the arraignment from 10 to up to 30 Court days and allows minors taken into custody beheld Up to seven days more members of the proud boys have been charged in connection with the deadly riot at the Capitol, remembers of the proud boys Don't right white nationalist extremist group previously charged through a criminal complaint or now formally indicted by a federal grand jury with conspiracy. ABC is Chuck Sivertsen says. Federal officials found a thumb drive with instructions for how to make homemade explosives, weapons and poisons at one of the men's homes. The New York Times says it's the first time conspiracy charges have been filed against members.

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"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"President Biden is upping the ante and the fight to get his many Americans vaccinated as possible. We will increase overall weekly vaccination distributions of states, tribes and territories. From 8.6 million doses to a minimum of 10 million doses. He says he'll do that with an order for 200 million more shots. I'm Deborah Rodriguez State is expecting another 17% increase in the number of vaccines, and Governor Baker in a state of the Commonwealth address promises a smoother future. To getting people in Massachusetts coronavirus vaccinations will consensus is beginning to build. The 2 may be better than one. Doctors and health experts around the country say some face masks aren't cutting it. So the future of covering up maybe twice is nice. It's more of a recommendation for people who don't have access to quality mask. There are lots of maps out there. He's old on. Some of them are thin cloth masks, and I think that it would be a mistake. Dr. Paul Sachs is the clinical director of the infectious disease. His clinic at Brigham and Women's, He says the big concern is that thin material, especially people wearing thin gators and bandannas, If that's the case, for you, and doubling up does seem to make some more Impenetrable harder for the virus to get through that it would be if you just use the same cloth mask. Dr Sachs reiterating. As always, Something is better than nothing but maybe go outside of the convenience store of the gas station when buying your protective covering search for something of higher quality for medical professionals, If not You may want to double up. Jim McKay WBC Boston's news radio 7 18 Snow continues to fall in Boston. It's 29 degrees, sadness has fallen on Fenway Park, a longtime member of the Red Sox. Former coach Ron Johnson has died from complications of coronavirus. Johnson had a cup of coffee is a major league player but was better known as a minor league manager. For a quarter century. He was the first base coach with the major league team from 2010 to 11. Ron Johnson was just 64 years old. Wait your turn. A Canadian couple faces scrutiny and fines for jumping the line just to get a covert vaccine, local official and Canada's Yukon says, quote I can't believe I've ever seen or heard such a despicable, disgusting sense of entitlement at lack of a moral compass. That after a wealthy couple chartered a plane to the region and took over 19 vaccine doses meant for indigenous elders. They have been identified as 55 year old Rodney Baker and his 32 year old actress wife Ecaterina, each face $900 fines for violating quarantine guide lights. Baker, who earned $11 million last year is a Canadian casino magnate is now the subject of a separate money laundering probe. Jim Krystle, a CBS do in the big Easy for the wind with Marty, grab her. AIDS On hold this year, Thousands of homes around New Orleans are being decorated as floats to celebrate fat Tuesday. The House float movement takes shape almost immediately after parades were called off over Cove. It concerns and it all started with a joke on Twitter, which turned into a group on Facebook and now a whole movement, the House float movement. For Mardi Gras, for whom the Bell tolls. ABC is Chuck's, Iverson says. Today we find out what time it is on the so called doomsday clock. The bulletin of the atomic Scientists doomsday clock minute hand last year was set at 100 seconds from midnight, the closest so far, it said. Humanity faces Nuclear war climate change cyber enabled information warfare that undercuts society's ability to respond. The bulletin's science and Security Board meets twice a year and consults with scientists and other experts. The doomsday clock was created to 1947. It was farthest from 12, A.m. and 1991 at the end of the Cold War. Chuck Sivertsen ABC News You have.

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"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Stands now Boston could have a special election this summer and then the regular election this fall, with both of those elections requiring primaries, meaning between now and November. Boston could have four elections. Most everyone seems to agree that is insane, fiscally and public health wise, given the pandemic during a public hearing, Boston City Council President Kim Janey, who would become acting there, explain why she's for just skipping. The election. Countless others all agree that a special election is at best foolish and at worst dangerous, Janey explained. She put her own situation before the ethics board, which said it is proper for her to participate in this process. Cameron Regal WBZ Boston's news radio, It is now 5 47 will have to wait and see if it happens. But the Biden administration has plans to ramp up vaccinations for every American will get more from CBS is Debra Rodriguez, President Biden. Is upping the ante and the fight to get his many Americans vaccinated as possible. We will increase overall weekly vaccination distributions of states, tribes and territories from 8.6 million doses to a minimum of 10 million doses. He says he'll do that with an order for 200 million more shots. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. It is now 5 48, a fond farewell this morning to a longtime member of the Boston Red Sox. Former coach Ron Johnson died from complications due to covert 19. He was a minor league manager for some 25 years and was the first base coach with the Red Sox and 2010 and 2011. He was 64 years old. Wait your turn A Canadian couple now facing scrutiny and fines for jumping the line to get a covert vaccine. Local official in Canada's Yukon says, quote I can't believe I've ever seen or heard such a despicable, disgusting sense of entitlement and lack of a moral compass. That after a wealthy couple chartered a plane to the region and took over 19 vaccine doses meant for indigenous elders. They have been identified as 55 year old Rodney Baker and his 32 year old actress wife Ecaterina, each face $900 fines for violating quarantine guide lights. Baker, who earned $11 million last year is a Canadian casino magnate is now the subject of a separate money laundering probe. Jim Krystle, a CBS News at 5, 49, the big easy for them. Win with Mardi Gras parades on hold. Thousands of homes around New Orleans are being decorated as floats to celebrate fat Tuesday, the House floated movement, taking shape almost immediately after parades were called off over coronavirus concerns. It all started with a joke on Twitter and turned into a group on Facebook. And before you know it neighborhoods they're all dressed up for fat Tuesday. Well, for whom the bell tolls. ABC is Chuck Secrets in saying today we find out what time it is on these so called doomsday clock Bulletin of the atomic Scientists. Doomsday Clock minute hand last year was set at 100 seconds from midnight, the closest so far, it said. Humanity faces nuclear war climate change cyber enabled information warfare that undercuts Society's ability to respond. The bulletin's science and Security Board meets twice a year and consults with scientists and other experts. The doomsday clock was created in 1947. It was farthest from 12, A.m. and 1991 at the end of the Cold War. Chuck Sivertsen ABC News at 5 50. Usually anything green in the shower means it's time to do some cleaning. But WBC's mad Shearer's saying that is not the case. Anymore. It's nice to see young people on social media pick up a wholesome hobby like plants, but it's where they placed the pots that's peculiar in.

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"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"chuck sivertsen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of the siege and his resignation letter and took a parting shot at the president Quote. Unfortunately, the actions and rhetoric following the election, especially during this past week threatened to tarnish Thies and other historic legacies. Of this administration President Trump not expected to participate in Wednesday's inauguration, which will end a long standing tradition during the transfer of presidential power. The National Rifle Association making AH Big movers. CBS is Adriana de as powerful Gun rights Group filed for bankruptcy Friday, months after a lawsuit from New York's attorney general over alleged tax fraud and questionable spending by top executives. The organization will reincorporate as a nonprofit and moved to Texas a state that CEO Wayne LaPierre says quote. Values. The contributions of the N R A Texas is Republican Governor Greg Abbott, welcoming the news, saying on Social Media quote. Welcome to Texas State that safeguards the Second Amendment. And quote the nation's most populated county, breaking a coronavirus record as the country as a whole approach is another record. Los Angeles County has become the first county in the country to reach one million total covert 19 cases over 250 covert deaths on Saturday in L. A county total virus deaths in the U. S now over, 395,000 says Johns Hopkins University States reported more than 200,000 new coronavirus cases Saturday, says the covert tracking project. There are 126,000 coronavirus hospital patients and nearly 3700 new deaths from the virus Saturday. NBC's Chuck Sivertsen reporting now, while Gillette Stadium is being used as a mass of action vaccination, citing the ongoing battle against the coronavirus, smaller businesses are also stepping up to do What they can to help. Here's WBC's Tiffany Chance Dream Spot Medical in Brookline, switching gears to help in the fight against the Corona virus. I thought to myself, you know, why not use that platform to help the community, give out some covert shots and help stop the spread? The medical spa owner is adding a new service to the list The cove in 19 vaccine. We're really excited about it. It's you know, injections is something that we do every single day we inject Bo talks and filler. Those are very precise injections, so we feel that we're adequately trained and prepared to administer the covert vaccine. Diana Brew large signed up for program allowing healthcare providers to give out the shots. Dream spot was just approved, and now she's just waiting on the state Department of Public Health to roll out the doses and whatever the doses do come in, bro. Lard says. She's just glad to do her part. It really helps to.

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Trump suggested naming Sidney Powell as special counsel on election in Oval Office meeting, reports say

WBZ Afternoon News

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Trump suggested naming Sidney Powell as special counsel on election in Oval Office meeting, reports say

"Number of reports this weekend about a confrontational meeting at the White House regarding President Trump's efforts to overturn the results of the presidential Election Day. ABC News has confirmed that at the Oval Office meeting President Trump considered trying to get his former legal team lawyers, Sidney Powell, appointed as a special counsel to investigate the election. White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, White House counsel Pats of polonium Other trump attorneys, including Rudy Giuliani Talk, Mr Trump Out of it. Powell has claimed without evidence that Dominion voting systems machines were rigged to change votes from Trump to Biden Dominions demanding that Powell retract the allegations and has hinted at legal action. There was a bee sees Chuck Sivertsen reporting. It's

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In July 4th speech, Trump slams China for Covid-19; vows to defeat 'radical left'

Online Trading Academy

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

In July 4th speech, Trump slams China for Covid-19; vows to defeat 'radical left'

"Trump on what's usually a day of unity for politicians making speeches used the July 4th celebration to also talk about his detractors for hundreds of invited guests in the White House. South lawn music, vintage military aircraft flyovers, prays for America and a list of enemies. President Trump says the nation's fighting the radical left. The marks is the anarchists to the not socially distanced crowd. With few masks in a pandemic, China must be held fully accountable with record daily covert cases and higher deaths. We've learned how to put out the flame, accusing the media of slandering many of those who perished. Fighting for freedom in the civil War. Chuck Sivertsen ABC News in

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Chilean Bishop Resigns After Comments on Absence of Women at Last Supper

Overnight Talk

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Chilean Bishop Resigns After Comments on Absence of Women at Last Supper

"Some comments about women result in a rather short career for new Roman Catholic Bishop ABC news. Correspondent Chuck Sivertsen has the details less than a month ago. Pope Francis appointed Carlos Euginio Irazabalbetia as auxiliary Bishop of the Chilean capital. Santiago since then, the new bishop's said there were no women. At the last supper of Jesus and his disciples. So we have to respect that he also said that perhaps women like to be in the back room. The Santiago archdiocese says that the pope's now accepted the resignation of Erez avowal who issued an apology, and we're learning more than thirty Chilean bishops offered their resignations in twenty eighteen after a report order by pope Francis revealed a culture of abuse, as well as a lot of cover cover-ups in, Chile's

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Saudi woman fleeing family arrives in Canada

News, Traffic and Weather

00:38 sec | 4 years ago

Saudi woman fleeing family arrives in Canada

"The eighteen year old Saudi Arabian woman who claim to be trying to escape her family's abuse. Here's ABC's Chuck Sivertsen. Brunhoff Muhammed Al Coon barricaded herself in a hotel room in Bangkok last week and took to social media to plead her case was granted asylum by Canada U N High Commissioner for refugees spokesperson, Lauren LaRosa, someone who is clearly in harm's way. Clearly foul her life was threatened and colleagues in concert with governments in Thailand in Canada recognized I need and determined that the case was urgent enough that she was by here. Coon tells Human Rights Watch, beatings and death threats from male relatives for cutting her

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Documents shed light on Sandy Hook shooter's tortured mind

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:39 sec | 4 years ago

Documents shed light on Sandy Hook shooter's tortured mind

"With a fellow gamer saying. Incessantly have nothing other than scorn for humanity. And I have been desperate to feel anything positive for someone for my entire life. Lanza details a range of grievances including lights that are too bright and his hair touching his brother's towel. Chuck sivertsen. ABC news. The president says there was no collusion between Russia and his two thousand sixteen campaign. He tweeted as much this morning. As the fallout grows from those bombshell court filing. President Trump insists he's in the clear, I think it's all turning around very nicely. But the documents tell a very different story putting the president in growing, legal and political jeopardy and

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Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:23 sec | 4 years ago

Lanza, Chuck Sivertsen And ABC discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

"Twenty twelve the Hartford current reports Lanza wrote an apparent online communication with a fellow gamer saying, I n Cecil have nothing other than scorn for humanity. And I have been desperate to feel anything positive for someone for my entire life. Lanza details a range of grievances including lights that are too bright and his hair touching his brother's towel. Chuck sivertsen. ABC news Japanese media reporting. Prosecutors in Tokyo have charged the ousted Nissan chair Carlos gone charged him with under reporting his income to the tune of forty four million dollars US over a period of five years gone is not. Commented. You're listening to ABC news.

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Woman ordered to repay stolen money from Girl Scout cookie funds

Clark Howard

00:35 sec | 4 years ago

Woman ordered to repay stolen money from Girl Scout cookie funds

"A crummy cookie crime. We get more from chips Iverson while achieving commercial says about girl scout cookies, you wouldn't believe the skills. We learned by the whole experience of selling a woman in Clifton Colorado learns her penalty for embezzling cookie funds from her daughter's troop, the daily sentinel newspaper says Jennifer Hooton pleads guilty arrested after other scout leaders discovered a Bank account with cookie profits was overdrawn an arrest warrant says who told officers she planned to return the money before the theft was discovered. A judge says the case will be dismissed if she pays it all back and meet other conditions. Chuck Sivertsen, ABC news.

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Champion golfer found dead at golf course; man charged with her murder

WBZ Morning News

00:21 sec | 4 years ago

Champion golfer found dead at golf course; man charged with her murder

"Ten thirty WBZ. News time five forty one to Texas bartenders are charged in a drunk driving death. Get the details from ABC's Chuck Sivertsen. Arrested to Galveston Texas bartenders who police say were seen serving a fifty year old woman who is accused of intoxication manslaughter after a bicyclist was hit and killed by her car. Police say Shafei, look Jon

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Trump Hits Back at JPMorgan CEO James Dimon

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:28 sec | 4 years ago

Trump Hits Back at JPMorgan CEO James Dimon

"Of American businesses in China say they have been hurt by the tariff war almost two-thirds of US companies in China heaven hurt by the tariff war between Beijing and Washington and others say they will suffer if the two sides, go ahead with more penalties that from a survey by the American Chamber of commerce in China. And in Shanghai of more than four hundred thirty companies, the businesses say costs have risen and customer. Demand has fallen almost three-quarters say they would be hurt by still higher tariffs, ABC's Chuck Sivertsen. J P Morgan.

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Letter confirms Vatican received McCarrick complaint in 2000

WBZ Afternoon News

00:41 sec | 4 years ago

Letter confirms Vatican received McCarrick complaint in 2000

"Sunny skies in Boston. Our top stories now states of emergency are declared in north and South Carolina as tropical storm Florence bears down on the southeast coastal area. Forecasters say Florence could intensify into a hurricane later today as it gathers strength over the warm waters of the Atlantic. There's a lessening chance now that the storm will spin northward and possibly affect us here off the coast of Massachusetts. Why is governor is asking President Trump to declare a major disaster after hurricane lane hammered the big island last month. Lane triggered flooded, homes and schools and triggered landslides as a dumped torrential rains on the islands.

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Letter confirms Vatican received McCarrick complaint in 2000

At The Table

00:37 sec | 4 years ago

Letter confirms Vatican received McCarrick complaint in 2000

"A letter shows how long is sexual misconduct complaint about an American cardinal was sent to the Vatican ABC's. Chuck Sivertsen has the Vatican received information in two thousand when John Paul the second was pope about alleged sexual misconduct of now resigned. US cardinal Theodore McCarrick says the two thousand six. Six letter from then archbishop to a New York priest who made the initial allegation that priest Reverend Boniface Ramsey cited many complaints from members of Seton Hall, university, seminary, Catholic news service. The news agency, the US bishop's conference just published. A letter archbishop Carlo vegan oh side of the two thousand letter and his own accusations of a cover up about

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4 missing, 13 injured after 2 boats collide on Colorado River

Bill Cunningham

00:27 sec | 4 years ago

4 missing, 13 injured after 2 boats collide on Colorado River

"Search and recovery effort on the border of, Arizona and California four people are missing after two boats collided last night on, the Colorado river, the Mohave county Arizona, sheriff's department says no one was, wearing. Lifejackets sergeant Kyle I tell everybody is safe boats mart boats over and where life jacket you follow those rules and things tend to work out a lot. Better for you one person was found in critical condition flown to a hospital, in Las Vegas nine others taken. To local hospitals

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00:18 sec | 4 years ago

John McCain, George Popadopoulos ABC and Chuck Larson discussed on

"From ABC news I'm Chuck Sivertsen the man who stabbed to Americans yesterday had a terrorist motive says the Amsterdam city administration about the nineteen year old Afghan citizen it says that's based on what. The man said to officers after they shot and wounded him and took him, into custody,

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Man accused of stabbing 2 Americans in Amsterdam with "terrorist motive"

Extreme Genes

00:33 sec | 4 years ago

Man accused of stabbing 2 Americans in Amsterdam with "terrorist motive"

"The nineteen year old Afghan citizen who was shot wounded and detained after a stabbing of two Americans yesterday had. A terrorist motive says the Dutch capitals government in a statement just issued in past hours, it, says that's based on. The man's first statements to police ABC's Julia McFarland in London Amsterdam train station on Friday a man. Identified as a nineteen year old Afghan citizen stabbed two people before being shot by police he's believed to have a German residence permit and Dutch police are cooperating with German. Authorities to try to find out more about his background hospitalized victims are expected

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Judge drops charges against 3 linked to New Mexico compound

Chad Benson

00:27 sec | 4 years ago

Judge drops charges against 3 linked to New Mexico compound

"Arizona's news station KTAR news ninety two point three FM From ABC news I'm Chuck Sivertsen yet down veterans Californians children. Artists just, some of the thousands lining up to pay, their respects to Senator John McCain in Phoenix Linda, Gordon was the first. One in nine so she could. Pay her respects, to John McCain arriving seven hours early

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Chuck Sivertsen, ABC and Pennsylvania discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

00:28 sec | 4 years ago

Chuck Sivertsen, ABC and Pennsylvania discussed on Bill Cunningham

"Catholics nationwide are reacting to the church's latest sex abuse scandal last week a grand jury report. Revealed hundreds of priests and Pennsylvania abused more than a thousand children since the nineteen forties this woman. Says the pope must take a stand I would like, the pope to take away their rights. To be a priest to not covered up to have them the Prosecuted the same as anyone else other say, the best way to send a message would be to stop leaving money in the

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