19 Burst results for "Coal Sayed"

Protests Become Fertile Ground for Online Disinformation

The Current

04:52 min | 2 months ago

Protests Become Fertile Ground for Online Disinformation

"Protesters in New York City last night, counted down to an eight PM curfew and defied it. Donald Trump has called in the military to clamp down on protests that continued across the United States and police presence was heavy, but the demonstrations last night were largely peaceful. The city of Philadelphia also continues to be under curfew after several days of protests and looting, and as in many other cities, we've seen images of police advancing on protesters, shooting, tear gas and firing rubber bullets. The Associated Press calculates that across the United States. At least ninety three hundred people have been arrested since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. A is a Philadelphia activist who ended up in the thick of things on Monday afternoon at of concerned for her safety. We are not using her last name shot. Hey, good morning! The morning. They were much for inviting. Thanks for. Joining us. You are marching on the highway in Philly on Monday, what happened? Yes I was so we actually started over by the police precinct in another neighborhood, it was completely peaceful march through the city past city hall We didn't end up over on highway until much later towards the end of the protests long before curfew started, and we ended up. Being kind of diverted there. There had been police who follows throughout the entire The entire coach Ash and it was almost as much as them as there were of US Bay clearly had is on us, and they kept setting up roadblocks almost as if to divert us in the direction like which they wanted us to go. Same thing happened on Saturday and they trapped us. so this time when they put roadblocks the six thirty six dollars right there, so. The organizers suggested you know. Let's go. Let's on the expressway and did and that's when things kind of went incredibly downhill. And what do you mean describe what happened as you say when things went downhill? So we marched out on the expressway, we had our signs on me. Were chanting Saint George Lewis Name San Taylor's name and we ended up walking down the expressway. We went on the other side, so we were in oncoming traffic. We were stopping traffic, but we were doing our best to get out of cards way and the videos that were recorded show that we were staying away from the car's. Not a single car was touched. 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Here's How Late Retailers Are Open on Christmas Eve

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:13 min | 8 months ago

Here's How Late Retailers Are Open on Christmas Eve

"All heard the reminders about how many shopping days are left until Christmas they were talking about it since hollowing well now there is one day today that argument shock found some last minute trying to be merry makers in Jersey city long before the sun came up at the age of Amazon where you can shop and basically never leave the house why would you be here at a coal say at three forty five in the morning let's think about this a minute Amir from Jersey city is here people ask all the time like you know the age and the age of Amazon you be home there have been a coffee by an online why would you be out here in the middle and I well I like the fifth to feel things on on Amazon line you know the size is always run different editors more I like to to feel the material of the you know the live experience is good you know you could be sleeping right now yeah of course I know it is better to shop now actually because less people not crowded sleep who needs sleep with these Christmas Eve deals will one shot ten ten wins in Jersey city Coles is open until six so are many other stores such as apple and Barnes and noble Best Buy and Walmart Kmart and target stores stay open until ten tonight

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"coal sayed" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"coal sayed" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Storm moves north promise the pardon I know if Francis hurricane Doreen is moving away from Porta Rico or the Virgin Islands forecasters expected to strengthen into a powerful storm in the coming days the heads closer to Florida meteorologist selsun Chinsurah Selena all of the models right now end up making a landfall somewhere over Florida the American models tend to favor more of a north Florida landfall St Jacksonville down to the space coast where is the European models favor more of a landfall point south of Orlando this is really what we're going to have to keep a close eye on over the next couple of days but one other thing because having to landfills because the store may end up actually going back out over the Gulf of Mexico and curving back around making a second landfall sometime next resented trump is refuting a Washington post story that claims he promised the part needs if they needed to break the law to build the border wall before the twenty twenty election Mr trump says the store was intended to demean and disparage M. one house press secretary says the president comments were made as a joke the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff says the situation in Afghanistan remains fluid I'm not using the withdrawal word right now general Joseph Dunford says that's premature we're gonna make sure our that Afghanistan's notion actuary in it and we're gonna try to have an effort to bring peace and stability in Afghanistan general Dunford made his comments at a rare Pentagon briefing where he was pressed to discuss details of a possible US withdrawal from Afghanistan but Dunford says first the president the secretary of been quite clear to me that as this progresses we're going to ensure that our counterterrorism objectives dressed the Taliban says it is close to an agreement with US officials on a deal for US forces to leave Afghanistan after an eighteen year war Lindy Kenyan Washington attack on a bar in Mexico's Gulf coast city of cuts a coal coal says love twenty three people dead and thirteen injured in Tucker started the fire with gasoline bombs that burned to the barn killing.

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"coal sayed" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"coal sayed" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Station. Digging in against the Democrats. I'm Chris foster, Fox News. President Trump says he will oppose White House officials and former officials testifying in congress. Here's FOX's Rachel Sutherland in Washington, Chris the president's pushing back on renewed investigations in congress telling the Washington Post House Democrats should be satisfied with the White House's cooperation in the Muller probe. The paper reports White House lawyers will executive privilege over any compel testimony from former aides and former counsel Don, again, the president said council had not made a final decision on that. If the White House defies, the Pena's or exerts executive privilege, it could lead to a protracted legal battle, Chris. Rachel the White House yesterday directed former personnel security director Carl Kline to ignore a congressional subpoena to talk about security clearances granted to members of the administration could be a vote to hold client in contempt of congress. Also yesterday, the IRS missed another house committees deadline to turn over president. Trump's tax returns Treasury Secretary. Steve Mnuchin says the Justice department is reviewing legal options there tweet from the customs and border patrol agency. Just out says there have been more apprehensions seven months into this fiscal year at the border than all of fiscal year. Twenty eighteen four hundred eighteen thousand as of last week North Korea's leader has arrived in Russia, Kim, Jong-Un and Russian president. Vladimir Putin expected to meet tomorrow invited Vostok in Russia's far east close to the North Korean Voda, except I vote on one take just like his February summit with President Trump came is predicted to make another pitch for relief from international sanctions imposed if a North Korea's nuclear weapons program the US has so far resisted those coals saying Kim hasn't tough enough. Admit Ted in London. Simon folks news members of the FBI and US military are in Sri Lanka to help investigate. Sunday's suicide bombings the number of confirmed deaths..

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"coal sayed" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"coal sayed" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

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"coal sayed" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"coal sayed" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"With mr rumney secretary of state mike pompeo met with north korean vice chairman kim young coal last night and government owned apartment in new york city pictures were provided by the state department no press allowed in the dinner meeting which lasted just under an hour and a half is part of the background leading to the trump kim summit which may or may not still be on pale and coal said to have more meetings today and pompeo will speak to the press this afternoon join the table we have nbc news chief foreign affairs correspondent host of injury mitchell reports andrew mitchell good to have you on bank you would be here so what is it what do we know about what happened at the dinner meetings and trump keeps going back and forth on whether or not this will happen the certainly wanted to happen state department official was talking to us do they without agreeing to be revealed the name cannot be revealed but this official was telling us that the president wants to make history yet the there is a great deal of disagreement they've got a lot to discuss clearly there is a framework there they've been working on a communique in the dmz american officials in their counterparts experts here but in these talks today they've got a nail it down less than two weeks left and the agreement seems to be on some sort of phased in denuclearization but what does that mean and according to the best experts not only the cia analysis that we saw nbc was able to get briefed on just last couple of days but sink hecker at stanford he and his team former director of los alamos is they've been he's been there more than thirty times.

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"coal sayed" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"coal sayed" Discussed on KOMO

"The details at tulalipcasinocom i'm jay phillips komo news good morning everybody well here's where we're gonna start off your day temperatures in the forty so it's gonna feel a little bit cool when your head out the door we're looking at afternoon high temperatures only the 40s as well in terms of sky conditions well we're going to have some rain and we're going to have some wind is well when maybe about thirty miles per hour and was some folks got a little snow last night but i don't think that's the way we're headed we're headed to actually warmer temperatures going forward so they have it every saturday day the komo weather center i'm steve pool twenty four seven news continues the now on komo news authorities in the town of prosser are trying to figure out who would plant a bomb near a classroom at the local high school the small explosive device was discovered by a student early tuesday morning the device wound up in the school security office before was turned over to the richland police departments explosive ordnance unit prosser police officer mark coals says the whole thing is a cause for worry person that put it together knew what they were doing so that can little concern getting i don't know if you ever heard of the term sparkler bomb when somebody puts a bunch of sparklers together and their rapid round with take it between a sparkler bomb and a pipe bomb students were sent to a nearby middle school prosser police say things were back to normal by early afternoon so far no word on suspect mapping the past four a safer future that's what the department of natural resources is doing right now income was gade cohen says they're focus is landslides as heat dates through this hillside treasure contrary other words history tells me that this area is slowed down the hill in the.

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"coal sayed" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"coal sayed" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The ntsb of started sifting through the wreckage of a helicopter that crashed into a house in newport beach killing three people senior investigator joshua kafra says the helicopter taken off from john wayne airport and was headed to catalina yesterday after two gaffe so we do not have any distress calls from the help from the pilot of the helicopter the pilot in two of the three passengers on the helicopter were killed in the crash someone on the ground got her two one person has been killed another seriously hurt in a collision in virginia between a dump truck and a train carrying many republican members of congress oklahoma congressman tom coal says many of the lawmakers who were also dr sprung into action after the crash there accrue for people to uh reach your folks who live here a little bit injured starter orange cpr coal says the truck was ripped in half by the collision which happened near charlottesville the person killed is believed to have been in the truck a congressman from minnesota was taken to hospital for a possible concussion the low forty rav for what they all tell him he says it's sad to see this someone skill in the crash trump says he's still plans to meet republican lawmakers at their retreat a classified memo on fbi surveillance abuses targeting president trump could soon be made public white house lawyers have been reviewing the document after a house committee voted to release it president trump has five days from the vote to decide if it will be made public but he seemed to suggest a congressman jeff denim last night that it's already been decided our democrats of their own member they want released republicans say they need more time to vet it so they won't be out at the same time traffic from.

"coal sayed" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"coal sayed" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Idea of adding in special provisions to protect people with religious views opposed to samesex marriage so for example catholic charities once and can of safe got to make sure they won't miss out in public funding in the future because they don't support samesex marriage those and other push to get secular celebrants the people who actually host marriages give them the right to not take part if they personally when supportive of samesex unions so we do expect the all to be pasta they once and got through these amendments that could be minutes or most a couple of hours away then the only thing left to do its cut of there dotting the eyes crossing the ts exercise is that the bill needs to have sent by the governorgeneral so which holds that could happen within a few days that potentially means that everything could be in place for people to stop kick getting married next week under this new law and i know the weather on so many christmas weddings planned lots of things ex couples have made arrangements for wedding venues jerian in sydney in the new year's so if not to send the weddings expect to load of new via january weddings to some six six couples in australia will griffith in sydney stewart us some source run newsdesk the honduran government says it suspended its overnight curfew in more regions off to the areas would no longer considered a security risk following the disputed presidential election the lifting of the curfew was one of the dmz made by the organization of american states the regional bloc coal says said it may call for new elections in honduras if any irregularities undermined the credibility of results in last month's vote pressure is building in the united states on senator al franken to resign of allegations of sexual harassment nearly half of his fellow democratic senators including the party's leader chuck schumer as well as the national committee chairman tom perez of demanded that mr franken stepped down seven women have made allegations of sexual misconduct against.

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"coal sayed" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"coal sayed" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"The worst i've received all year you reap what you so freedom of expression but you know express away but people are also free to express right back so the sign was up for less than 24 hours and all hell broke loose this was before i call them scott earlier it's wrong stott s t o t t stott outdoor advertising i took it down you know amid a backlash that featured online attacks and people going after them too and rightfully so going after them the rightfully so somebody post on the facebook facebook page while you sure have some hugh clothing i've never heard of your business before until you put up that poster board and i wouldn't support your business because you clearly are a divider in aitor that's the stuff we can repeat on the radio now the coal says one man told her that if she didn't hang herself he would do it four people had happy and chico what sheikh about ninety thousand people round there but the coal says she's not only standing behind her beliefs which is using the platform of her business to promote her politics always deadly right weeds deadly she says he's not presidential he's not a president he's a celebrity who was born into the money and he's a nazi sympathiser how the held does she know that the vat those are fighting words right there i'm going to stand behind my beliefs regardless while regardless you're going to be moved out of chico a real soon he's a nazi sympathiser i mean i've been to trump tower a bit of that floor with fed seventeen jewish attorneys a nazi sympathiser now that the general manager of stott outdoor advertising mrs precious claims the billboard was removed because he received complaints from people who were confused by the message bull quote here's here's what this guy says his name is jim moore of iq the speaker wasn't clearly identified there's not significant significant name recognition it wasn't clear that this was a business name and not a commander instruction that combined with depiction of violence let us to take a doubt what does that mean i'm gonna i'm gonna go that again there's not significant name recognition it wasn't clear that this was a business name and not a commander instruction that combined with the depiction of violence let us to take.

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"coal sayed" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"coal sayed" Discussed on AP News

"Store and a kabila's dot com police shot and killed a tiger running loose on a georgia highway and nobody is quite sure yet where it came from surprise drivers reported seeing a tiger early wednesday morning on the northbound lanes of interstate seventy five in stockbridge about twenty miles southeast of atlanta crews blocked off four lanes of traffic as they looked for the tiger they found it when the tiger began chasing a dog that's when police shot and killed the tiger the dog survived france's taking us to embolic step to ban all production and exploration of oil and natural gas by 24 deep the government unveiled the plan wednesday and set it applies to the mainland and over these territories it's considered symbolic because france's oil and gas production represents just one percent of national consumption the rest is imported the government claims the ban is the first of its kind it's part of a larger plan to win the country's economy from fossil fuels to encourage clean energy and fulfill phil france's commitments under the paris climate agreement to curb global warming kohl's has become the latest department store operator to make a deal with ecommerce giant amazon coal says it'll open amazon shops in ten of its stories coal shoppers they'll be able to by amazon echo fire tablets and other gadgets from the amazon shots customers can also asked you have an amazon employees come to their home and install a device or suggests products to bite calls as the amazon shops will open next month in.

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"coal sayed" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"coal sayed" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Efforts of firefighters but also because of smoke billowing into the air the race ridge fire burning near the town of seeley lake montana is also slowing down for the same reason fire information officer mike coal says the smoke is acting like a shield mokoena's are associated with borrowing homegrown white really the up and down of our activity but the smoke has a downside firecrews can't fly aircraft and it's harder to see where the fire is moving during the day for npr news i'm norris sacks in missoula fell foreign his parole board is once again granted parole for leslie van houten the former charles manson follower was nineteen when she and other cult members murder to los angeles coupled and 19th sixty nine than how was not part of the related murders of actress sharon tate and four others the following night he's appear before parole board twenty one times an earlier decision to release her been blocked by the governor i'm she stevens npr news in washington support for npr com from a matter creators of the japanese may dream wave massage chair with shiatsu point detection and sixteen preprogrammed massages including morning and nighttime sessions retail dealers nationwide more a dream waved shared dot com the.

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"coal sayed" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"coal sayed" Discussed on AP News

"To make a deal with ecommerce giant amazon coal says it'll open amazon chopped in ten of its stores coal shoppers will be able to by amazon echo fire tablets and other gadgets from the ems on shots customers can also asked you have an amazon employees come to their home and install a device as suggest products to buy coal says the amazon shops will open next month in chicago and los angeles stories police shot and killed a tiger running loose on a georgia highway and nobody is quite sure yet where it came from surprise drivers reported seeing a tiger early wednesday morning on the northbound lanes of interstate seventy five in stockbridge about twenty miles southeast of atlanta crews blocked off four lanes of trap i guess they looked for the tiger they found it when the tiger began chasing a dog that's when police shot and killed the tiger the dog survived the tiger was fullgrown and police are still trying to find out where it came from and who longed it the united nations says the most dangerous crisis facing the world today's the nuclear threat posed by north korea ap correspondent ben thomas reports the un secretarygeneral believes the security council needs a united push for a political solution un secretary general antonio guiterrez says the crisis over north korea's nuclear and missile programmes brings to mind the start of the first world war water usually do not start by a decision taken innis moments by the parties to go to war he says it's more step by step one party the went seeing the other party lincoln on them and then an escalation taking place in all of a sudden the parties are at war gutierrez says that's the risk the world needs to avoid i'm ben thomas the it's time to.

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"coal sayed" Discussed on Weekly Infusion

Weekly Infusion

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"coal sayed" Discussed on Weekly Infusion

"To this day if i want to go see a psychiatrist like let's see i just wanna go see a psychiatrist i can't get an appointment for six months tool you know what i mean things and it's it's so ridiculous in this is just my particular case i very good health insurance i lived in america national shortage of slicker restores a car is absolutely arab though you put it to the context of what the coal saying earlier which is this is the thing was killing young people right now this is the problem of our time but she can get a point over six months which is insane and harden i i feel like i'm very selfaware of mind dental issues and i'm basically bagging for help and i can't get it so i imagine the people that that earnt not really as open that are trying to get help and also i think that i don't know i just i just think the whole entire system i wrote a post about it the other day basically saying like you have a your brain and if you have an aneurysm her you of a brain tumor run could call and get an appointment girl weeks to get brain scan your and our in like that with any of your talking about say psychiatric disease it's not even you have to call this number on the back of your card completely different systems to get treatment and a and a kind of treat you like your you go to some weird clinic in stand in line they told me they said comment on monday in stay in line you stand in line of we might be able to see you world also treat the doctors over to trust me which is the other are to goal bussar were europe carver systems with different when you're it'll calling as a physician reviewing of you have for pollution four psychiatric care you are treated like crap like i'll be like abusively.

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"coal sayed" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"coal sayed" Discussed on WRVA

"I think happened and this is speculation i don't like somebody very trump oldham assad and book your on that rope now and if you don't make an old mood on doubt scare mucci is working out a wrench grievances oregon out bill based think priebus is a leaker by the way yeah uh day being a the trump insider bake bread priebus guy yeah putting everything out i mean whatever put that transcripts out on the australian and back again of years that's tree that an absolute treason and i'm not saying that for many ideological point of view you're you're basically undermining the ability of the president of the united states have a private conversation foreign leaders i mean that is just worry oh i will i will to i will tell you this that it's not treason because treason as a very high end and specific legal i am going on on inadequate right but in europe but i echo your your spirit of that that anyone who is i don't care who the president is you are putting at jeopardy our presidents credibility and your exposing private conversations of another head of state really reckless dangerous and you should leave already dangerous yeah he was playing near to stop all is can handpick a staff that he believes that the oil to prompt and that's what he'll do but the the bigger picture is but there's just donald trump's last chance so and i think trump no that i think he knows that we looked at opinion polls and a lot of people don't believe those ball against trump won the election will on coal say there was not going to but when you get ever asked muslim poll daily tracking poll very friendly and the president that's got down at thirty eight percent job approval you gotta take notice a logical because people are just higher there are sauce every single day having chaos so that's what's gonna phil why do you think that this is his last chance and that he knows that because you can't cover if your party ball and the the republican party has pretty much bolted on donald trump right you don't see a lot of republicans went out of their way to make his wife easier in the best example and we talked about this last friday and wanted.

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"coal sayed" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"coal sayed" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The fbi in its agents away from politics this week the fbi agents association offered its strong support president tom o'connor told npr ray understands how investigations work probably because ray has seen that work from the inside right he served as a federal prosecutor in atlanta before he moved to washington for top jobs inside the george w bush justice department rais was a key part of a team struggling to protect national security after the september eleven attacks heading to work in the morning before dawn and hoping that his socks matched when he got to the off this andrew ruskov remembers who earning him out of google but we were handling from the most significant issues on the contrary him kruzel epicenter that's exactly what worries david cole the national legal director at the aclu coal says he has a lot of questions about raise government service after nine eleven in our torture database which we created through documents we received on the fringe groups ray is now eight and on twenty nine document from are all documents related to the bush administration's use of torture and coercive interrogation tactics against detainees coal says ray got notice about mistreatment of detainees and at least one death but his responses were redacted so it's not clear what if anything he did that's import kohl says because some of the biggest push back to that program in those years came from inside the fbi we rely on the fbi to play an independent role at its best so the question is are we putting at the heavy fbi someone who has shown that independence or are we putting at the head of the fbi somebody who has bennett yesman to programs that raised very serious civil liberties and human rights groups raise friends and former colleagues say he's prepared to stand up for his values he's the son and grandson a prominent lawyers in new york and colleagues point out he was prepared to resign over surveillance dispute during the bush administration right along with james comey the man president trump fire this year at the fbi and robert muller the man now leading the special investigation into russian election interference his friend andrew rescue says ray has reverence for the justice department he won't violate his principles rosca says you're out.

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"coal sayed" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"coal sayed" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The fbi in its agents away from politics this week the fbi agents association offered its strong support president tomokazu conor told npr ray understands how investigations work probably because ray has seen that work from the inside he served as a federal prosecutor in atlanta before he moved to washington for top jobs inside the george w bush justice department rais was a key part of a team struggling to protect national security after after this chamber xi attacks heading to work in the morning before dawn and hoping met his socks match when he got to the office andrew rosca remembers for an out of way on that we were handling of the most economical graham quickly hooper epicenter that's exactly what worries david cole the national legal director at the aclu coal says he has a lot of questions about raise government service after nine eleven in our tortured database which we created through documents we receive under the frequent my heart chris wray is named on twentynine document from for are all documents related to the bush administration's use of court for an coercive interrogation tactics against detainee coal says ray got noticed about mistreatment of detainees and at least one death but his responses were redacted so it's not clear what if anything he did that's important coal says because some of the biggest push back to that program in those years came from inside the fbi we rely on the fbi to play an independent role at its back so the question is are we putting if the heavy fbi someone who has shown that independence or are we putting at the the fbi somebody who has been a yes ma'am on who programs that raised very serious civil liberties and human rights concerns raised friends and former colleagues say he's prepared to stand up for his values he's the son and grandson of prominent lawyers in new york and colleagues point out he was prepared to resign over surveillance dispute during the bush administration right along with james comey the man president trump fired this year at the fbi and robert muller the man now leading the special investigation into russian election interference his friend andrew rascasse as ray has reverence for the justice department he won't fight laid his principles rascasse says out of beirut a reason and we can leave on i've just one of the many questions the senate judiciary committee will be asking ray in his hearing this week carry johnson npr news washington.

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"coal sayed" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"coal sayed" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg daybreak london germany and france will present a detailed plans for expanded cooperation within three months that's according to chancellor angela merkel who is credited the new french president with giving europe a junked of renewed purpose am i know my coal says this is a chance for the eu to move forward the main objective of this council is to start defining or redefining this europe we spoke about this with the german chancellor a few weeks ago europe is a project of the future that needs to evolve to transform and has a need for profound reforms in some member states especially france and hong kong's incoming chief executive carrie lam tells bloomberg in an exclusive interview that the city's importance to the global economy stands to increase amidst greater integration with china hong kong in a in a volkhard offered people's republic of china but we do enjoy a high degree of autonomy as provided for under the basic law so over the years we have seen operating in my own very successfully on the one country two system jones but that doesn't mean that we need not take care in ensuring our relationship when the central authorities cable news to advise a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm sunday kill off this is bloomberg marcus fizer much sandra now with you want exporters kalam leslie england or into the semi finals of the european under21 championship pd boothroyd's saved thumped host poland threenil tiffany's talk with a group is the first thing that's me the local stages since losing to germany in the final in 2009 liverpool have fatally completed the signing of when you're muhammad sala from italian sayed room it's understood these agreed a fiveyear coincides at on field and extolled the premier league club of paid the two four million bones sodas premiership champions celtic will though the path towards a potential seven straight.

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"coal sayed" Discussed on Today's KCCR

Today's KCCR

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"coal sayed" Discussed on Today's KCCR

"Each for up to four against free throws a and a free kicks all the money that has raised will go to the governor and lady governor athletics the national field archery association is planning annexed the expansion of the archery center in southeast south dakota association president bruce called recently spoke to investors to discuss a large addition that the eastern yukkuen archery complex will be making this year kohl says that one reason the center needs more spaces for the two thousand eighteen a world indoor archery tournament it will be hosting but he says another sport air rifle was also behind the idea the new twenty four thousand square foot addition will include extra multipurpose space that can be used for archery air rifle rages and other large non archery events coal says requirements for air rifle sports mimic those the place for archery the project is expected to wrap up at the end of the year a south dakota is school has received national ranking in the sport of baseball she falls roosevelt who had a historic thirty three no season a two thousand seventeen is ranked number ten in the top twenty five list put out by usa today roosevelt didn't just when the class a baseball championship this year they also became the first team in south dakota high school class a baseball history the cap off a perfect season minnesota high school stand out gusty eager stiegler recently signed a national letter of intent indicating he will enroll at south a state university in the fall and compete for the jack rabbit baseball program stiegler has a two years starter add as an infield.

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