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"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:07 min | Last week

"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"CVS Exxon Mobil, another on some other donors are said that they are reviewing their policies on politics, political giving going forward. To impeach or not to impeach. That is probably a little too dramatic for what we're seeing. But let's bring in Ed Baxter because at the House of Representatives will take a step tomorrow with impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump. But I guess a lot of questions out there about how this whole process might carry out. Yeah, exactly. And some debate about that as well. Brian among the members of House and Senate who are speaking out today, there is near unanimous thought, though the president did commit impeachable offenses but different on whether this is a good time to impeach Republican Senator Pat Toomey, for example, on CBS, So I think the president did commit impeachable offenses. There's little doubt in my mind about that. Don't know. It's a practical matter that it is actually even possible to do an impeachment in the number in the handful of days that are left, But Republican representative Adam Kresinger on ABC says it's not the best way to go. I think the best thing for the country to hell would be for him to resign. The next best thing is the 25th amendment. That's why I call on Vice president Pence to do it. This is This is the thing that just gets us out of the debate in Congress. It doesn't victimize Donald Trump and makes him look as bad as he has been here and and its leadership. The other ways to impeach now, and Democratic Congressman James Clyburn on CNN says, Just hold it for 100 days. It just so happens That if she didn't go there for 100 days, it could let's give President elect bad. The 100 days in needs to get us a general off running. Maybe we'll send the articles. Sometimes after that Now. There's also agreement that there should be criminal prosecution of Donald Trump and the people who stood By his side as investigators of the instigators I should say of the siege. FBI, also saying that warned Capitol police there could be a major problem days before it happened. Law enforcement is promising heavy troop strength this week and next. Mr Trump, meanwhile, looks to be more defined this final days being cut off from social media and abandoned by some of his staff. He plans a trip to Texas Tuesday. After tomorrow you asked a lot. His administration's self perceived achievements. China's administered more than nine million covered 19 vaccines as a country braces for a possible increase in infections during the winter, and the U. S. Is lagging behind that administering the doses, Former FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb on CBS says. There are doses sitting on shelves. You have 40 million on the shelf. We have 50 million Americans above the age of 65. So we have supply to push it out to that population more aggressively. They says U. S is not doing a good job of getting it to patients. Rescue teams and Indonesia resuming their search for the three Wajima flight that went down off Jakarta in the Java Sea over the weekend. Bloomberg's Alan Levin says they're closing in on the Black box minutes, sir, a little more. After the plane took off. It leveled off at somewhere in the neighborhood of 10 to 11,000 Ft. Above the Java Sea. And then, um Reasons we don't know yet it took a very dramatic and sudden plunge, the U. S. Says, by the way, or move is self imposed restrictions on how diplomats and other officials interact with Taiwan and a move that will stoke the fires with China. Just a poor Joe Biden takes office in the United States. In San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Brian. All right. Thanks very much. Eight minutes here past the hour, And this is number of daybreak Azure shots limit and Brian Curtis and our first guest is Jim Brueggemann, vice chairman of 18 79 advisers. So Jim here of late risk assets have have taken a lot of friction. They've withstood a lot of friction. What about impeachment proceedings? If that happens, they expect markets to or risk assets to take a hit. You know, I really don't although I haven't given you a lot of fun. Quite honestly, we're looking for things to kind of calm down from this point on. I think a rational approach you find the body. Way to put the past behind us. Um, obviously, there's a lot of throwing pasta go along across the islands in America, and I think if you teach somebody that it's got the strong support of 70 million voters It's not going doing a hell of a lot pullets mending fences. You know what I mean? Well, absolutely, you know, with the inauguration days away, I mean, at the end of the day, what's the upside overall because it's a lot of effort for probably minimal result. Exactly exactly. You know the one thing though you have to consider. Ah, lot of people might be looking at what might we see from a next Ream Lee Defiant President Trump in his last week? And is that worth the risk? Again. I don't. Um, yeah, I'm not putting a lot of I'm not putting a lot of craziness in Um, in a defined from taking a lot of actions that could work against the markets Work, Vincent Economy or quince us at this stage. As much as I hate to say it, for all intents and purposes, who's vulnerable notice in terms of in terms of his ability to, um, to effect On anything, anything meaningful. That's gonna make market anyway. It has been a massive destruction. And meanwhile, the Corona virus continues. A global pandemic continues here is well as does this. Global slowdown and recovery here is well where are we with that? Well, you know, there's a lot to be said for where we are and how things really can out from here with the pandemic. You know, the morning line is that things were getting better from here that we're gonna have a tough winter. Obviously, we've got the worst. We've got to get the worst of it right now. Certainly cases despite King in the states after the holidays, Um the big question is does that leads to lock downs? Which ultimately impact in give us a double dip. Recession, You know, are indications are that they don't that we kind of skipped through this. Maybe it gets a little bit area Quince. But I think in the U S. There's enough resistance towards um You know, toward the hard stop in terms of the economy that we muddle through. Okay, so so we obviously have a lot of bullishness out there That hasn't changed. Markets have been going higher. That hasn't changed. Yield sticking up. That is a sort of new thing. The dollar gaining. That's a really new thing. It's only been a couple of days. Just wonder whether not it portends anything. Perhaps we'll put that to in a moment when we continue Jim Brueggemann from 18 79 advisers, This is number How with no fees or minimums on checking and savings accounts..

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US House panel says Trump officials attacked CDC COVID reports

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:19 sec | Last month

US House panel says Trump officials attacked CDC COVID reports

"Panel says Trump administration political appointees tried to block or change more than a dozen government articles that detailed scientific findings about the spread of the coronavirus. Congressman James Clyburn says his coronavirus committing investigators. Found evidence of a political pressure campaign to bully professionals at the Centers for Disease Control.

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"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:00 min | Last month

"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Closed door testimony are raising questions about political interference at the CDC Democratic Congressman James Clyburn said today that a career CDC employees Hold lawmakers on Monday that she had received a directive one she understood had come from CDC director Robert Redfield. That directive ordered her to destroy an email that came from a Trump appointee. Email was a demand to juice data that supposedly made President Trump look back for more on these allegations. We're joined now by politicos. Damn Diamond! Welcome. Also, thanks for having me back. So tell us more about this woman who made these allegations And where did she make them exactly? The woman who spoke to the committee is Charlotte Kent, She's editor of the CDC is Morbidity and Mortality Weekly reports. These are sacred texts in the scientific community. They come out regularly with updates on the agency's findings. There have been a lot of updates on Corona virus this year understandably, and she made these comments to House investigators on Monday. As part of a larger probe that the committee is doing into the current virus response after her comments, the probe was somewhat put on pause because the Trump administration did not make other officials available. Oh, interesting. Okay, So we're getting all of this through Democratic Congressman James Clyburn. What exactly is he saying? What Congressman Clyburn is saying is that Charlie can't told the committee that the email sent by Trump appointing and Paul Alexander Any mail that we reported on a political about three months ago, instructing the agency to essentially hand over control of these morbidity and mortality reports. To trump appointees to political appointees in the public affairs shop that can't told the committee not only to Dr Redfield make go along with efforts To have these emails BB sent, but that Dr Redfield, one of the E mail to be deleted that when she went to look for it in our own inbox, she couldn't find it. And has Robert Redfield, the CDC director. Has he responded to any of these allegations so far, Dr Redfield put out a statement through the department that he did not Hey, didn't say whether he wanted anyone to delete it. He did say he wanted staff to ignore the email. So I've asked directly haven't gotten any confirmation about whether he said to delete the E mail or not. Okay. Now are these the first allegations that we're hearing about political interference at the C D. C e. I mean and if not have other allegations been proven true about political interference. Also, these are definitely not the first allegations about political interference. This has been going on all year and specifically the gentleman who sent the E Mail. Paul Alexander, The Washington Post Lena Son wrote about this in the summer. My colleague Sara over mall politico at a story about how Paul Alexander was trying to muzzle Tony Fauci, who's not at the CDC, but also a top scientific appointee. There have been consistent efforts and battles between people at the CDC and at the White House in the broader health Department. People at the White House have been convinced that the career scientists at the CDC we're working against. Donald Trump and trying to make the pandemic seemed worse than awas. I should hasten to add there's no evidence that that was the case. And diamond investigates health care, politics and policy at politico. Thank you very much also, Thank you. And we have reached out to the CDC and Dr Redfield for comment, but have not yet received a response. Handful of new studies have recently tried to answer one of the most important questions facing K through 12 schools. How much learning have students lost by having to do school remotely? Is no one universal answer, especially because some of the most marginalized students are also the least likely to be back in a physical classroom. At this point in the pandemic to unpack what we know and what we don't we're joined by NPR's Cory Turner..

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Probe: CDC official says she was ordered to delete email

All Things Considered

00:31 sec | Last month

Probe: CDC official says she was ordered to delete email

"New details revealed today from closed door testimony are raising questions about political interference at the CDC Democratic Congressman James Clyburn said today that a career CDC employees Told lawmakers on Monday that she had received a directive one she understood had come from CDC director Robert Redfield. That directive ordered her to destroy an email that came from a trump appointee. Email was a demand to juice data that supposedly made President Trump

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Mitt Romney says Trump is 'a very different person' than past presidential candidates

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Mitt Romney says Trump is 'a very different person' than past presidential candidates

"After his first appearance of the Nation as the President elect Joe Biden is ready for the work that lies ahead. Deputy campaign manager Kate Bedingfield tells NBC he saw the Biden Harris ticket gets the most votes of any presidential ticket in the history. Presidential politics. People are hungry for change. They want to unify. They want to come together. That's how President elect Biden is going to leave. The president says The fight isn't over Democratic Congressman James Clyburn on CNN they conceived, but I also think that the Republican Party has a responsibility here, Utah Senator Mitt Romney tells CNN. I just don't think you can expect President Trump to respond and react the way Uh, presidential candidates have in the past. He's a very different person than presidential candidates in the past.

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Rep. James Clyburn Testifies Before Congress on Coronavirus Response

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

Rep. James Clyburn Testifies Before Congress on Coronavirus Response

"Is 4.5 1,000,000 Corona virus cases, top health experts testified before a House panel about the need for a national comprehensive plan to address the crisis. Correspondent Camilla comic We're trying to save lives. Congressman James Clyburn complained that some states are finding it hard to keep up with demand for testing. Admiral brought your are the current data we have from the large commercial labs or that 59% of all tester reported within three days, 76% within five days, though he admitted some are taking longer as to school reopening. CDC Director Robert Redfield said he supports it because so many Children rely on their schools for meals and health services. I do think it's really important to realize it's not public health versus the economy about school, opening its public health versus public health. Well, it was

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"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:31 min | 6 months ago

"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Congressman James Clyburn, meantime, says the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, should be renamed on NBC's Meet The Press. The South Carolina Democrats had the bridge should bear the name of the late Georgia Congressman Lewis. That will give the people of Selma Something to rather around the journey for justice. Let Luis to the bridge in 1965 where he was badly beaten on what became known as Bloody Sunday. Paris was part of the Ku Klux Klan and was also a Confederate General Lewis. Out on Friday at the age of 80 after spending decades fighting for civil rights. Earlier in the day, the Reverend C T. Vivian passed away at the age of 95. Vivian was awarded the presidential Medal of Freedom by President Barack Obama for his work in the civil rights movement, something they fought for polls are opening today for early voting for the August 11th runoff. State for Marina among the voting locations and CEO Steve Koonin tells 92 90 games Doosan Bell Show they're ready will be open at 8 30 to 6 o'clock Monday through Saturday. Lot of ours For the next three weeks for the runoff election and We've got 100 voting machines and we're going to make it fast. Make it convenient. Truthfully, it's just the mass of a giant space that we have. Again. The polls are open from 8 32 6 Georgia among states reporting single day records of new Corona virus cases after a record 4600 cases Saturday and 3200 more in the past 24 hours. Georgia now has 143,123 confirmed.

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"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:41 min | 6 months ago

"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Fire near the harbor off ramp. Your next report coming up at 705 I'm Jeff. Traffic reports were often okay next 10 70 news radio Welcome back John Lewis, who died on Friday was often called the conscience of the Congress representing Atlanta for over 30 years and seen as a moral leader. By his fellow Democrats and Republicans. He was the last surviving speaker from the 1963 march on Washington way. Do not want our freedom gradually, but we want to be free now. Two years later, he led more than 600 peaceful protestors across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Ly to be brutally beaten by state troopers and what became known as Bloody Sunday. Louis suffered a fractured skull. We're nailing. You've been knocked down. They start beating us with night states, champions or horses. Release into tear gas in the years since Louis was joined by bipartisan lawmakers in a symbolic march across that bridge to mark the anniversary. Louis. His last public appearance was last month when he visited the Black Lives matter Mural in Washington just outside the White House. Continue your search for young people. You see something that is not right there. Just you got to do something. Congressman John Lewis with 80 years old. Longtime friend and colleague, Congressman Jim Clyburn. Joins me when we come back Congressman James Clyburn and John Lewis.

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"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:06 min | 7 months ago

"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"However, 10 minutes on the fives and that'll be in just three minutes after CBS covers the world. Nine o'clock Thiss is CBS News on the hour? Your home for original reporting. I'm Steve Cave and Congress is getting the latest on the Corona virus pandemic, and the news isn't pretty. CBS is Kamiya McCormick on what officials are saying Now that single day cases of top 50,000 for the first time in 19 is the most significant public health challenge that our nation has faced in more than a century. CDC director Robert Redfield and Admiral Brett Gerard at another hearing. We're all concerned about recent data from several states. Indicating rising infections and now an uptick and hospitalizations and deaths. South Carolina Congressman James Clyburn on reports of supply shortages at hospitals and testing sites along That nearly half a year into this crisis. The administration still has not adequately address the supply. Strategies. For now, At least, congressional Democrats won't be allowed to get a look at grand jury transcripts from Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. Legal scholar Laurie Levenson says the Supreme Court will take up an administration appeal. The decision by the High Court to take the appeal is probably a great relief for the Trump campaign. Because it's almost guaranteed that the Supreme Court will make its decision until after the election in the 11 months since convicted sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein's death in prison, the name Dillane Maxwell's been in the news. Some accused his former girlfriend of facilitating his crimes. Now is CBS's Pat Milton tells us she's been arrested. She is charged by New York prosecutors in a six count federal indictment. With facilitating and contributing to abstinence abuse of minor girls by allegedly helping to recruit victims. The government says employers tacked on 4.8 million jobs. Last month, President Trump spoke about it at the White House Spectacular news. For American workers in American families and for our country. Is a home. But in a separate report, nearly a 1,000,000 1/2 people filed claims for jobless benefits last week in Florida, Fort Lauderdale police have released body Cam video from the officer's laugh and celebrate after shooting protesters in May with rubber bullets. There is an investigation. This is the same demonstration where one officer pushed a woman to the ground and was charged. Election officials in Russia say 78% of voters approved constitutional amendments. That will keep Vladimir Putin in power until 2036 Wall Street right now on early game, and no Tao is continuing its up about 200 points. The NASDAQ is higher today, too. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio, 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio.

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Miami - DeSantis plays down Florida's rise in cases

Tony Katz and the Morning News

03:08 min | 7 months ago

Miami - DeSantis plays down Florida's rise in cases

"A scam police want you to be aware of if you're trying to collect unemployment stand later we'll have that story and how does the U. S. stay ahead of China her Darling reports on that those stories and more coming up after fox news on ninety three W. why BC W. Y. B. C. H. T. one Indianapolis and it's now seven o'clock Senate Republicans are ready hi Dave Anthony fox news output for their policing reform plan the day after president trump's executive order we must improve accountability increased transparency and invest more resources in police training recruiting and community engagement let's look rats were critical congressman James Clyburn told fox to move and does not go far enough they may advance their bill and a house committee today after the Senate legislation is unveiled fox's Rachel Sutherland as more live did the Republican crafted justice act would encourage police departments to eliminate chokeholds it also includes a tracking mechanism for use of force and no knock warrants GOP senator Tim Scott says his bill has most of what Democrats want but draws the line ending qualified immunity which protects officers from civil lawsuits for using pills in their legislation and that's why Mitch McConnell said it's a nonstarter for those poison pills the Republican bill also links federal funding to increase use of body cameras they've raised a little more protests overnight in the Richmond Virginia they took down another Confederate statue Florida's Republican governor understand this is downplaying a spike in new coronavirus cases that's led to some bars and restaurants to close in Jacksonville beach is not interested in pausing re opening statewide rejecting calls for making masks in public mandatory Florida had more than twenty seven hundred new cases Tuesday its largest one day increase since the pandemic began Arizona's ICU capacity is it more than eighty percent while in Texas covert hospitalizations reached an all time high this week fox's Casey Stengel Connecticut is you know virus declines with moving forward today with more re openings people great restaurants going to bowling alleys movie theaters not everyone though he's saying they're ready to go back inside died in prison America is listening to fox news W. Y. P. C. mobile news all the level on the go Wednesday morning violent morning a mostly sunny sky fifty eight degrees in the circle city eighty seven is the high today I'm John Herrick for golden oak lending here's what's trending at seven OO to seven people shot two killed all within the span of a few hours two people were killed on Bolton Avenue it all started around one twenty this morning police responded after a car driving southbound on boards and ran off the road and came to a stop in someone's backyard inside that car police found the two victims that we know about with gunshot wounds both of those men are dead the reason police believe there may be a third victim is that they found a blood trail from that car leaving the scene so they're working to see if they can follow that to

"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:22 min | 11 months ago

"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on KCRW

"Of specialized filter material that will keep out virtually any small particle but no matter how sophisticated the respirator is you have to wear it correctly and if somebody doesn't put it on properly or doesn't shave their face before putting it on they might have some leakage around the edge and that could lead viral particles seep in right now the centers for disease control and prevention says only health care workers and people caring for covert nineteen patients need to use N. ninety five respirators so most people won't need to bother with them still I wanted to know the proper way to wear one and McCullough was happy to show me you want to make sure that it's covering your nose and mouth and touching your face all the way around she places the cop shaped respirator over her face I've now got it over my nose and mouth there are two straps attached to the respirator so many use both straps she pulls the bottom strap up and over her head resting it on the back of her head any other strap is gonna sit on the crown of my head the next thing you do is form the nose clip this is a metal band at the top of the mask and you need to take two fingers and press down on that metal nose clip starting on your nose all the way across your cheeks the last thing is to check for leaks McCullough holds her hands over the mask and breeds in and out if it's got weeks usually you can feel it up in your eyes rushing in your eyes are under your chin now I've worn these respirators I was told to wear them when I went to Hong Kong in two thousand three to cover the sars outbreak I found wearing them distinctly unpleasant they are hot and breathing was difficult I asked Michael about that so am I just a worse or is this a pain in the neck to where both eight McCullough says yes they are a bit of a pain to wear but people get acclimated to them just like people get acclimated to wearing a bike helmet when they buy and if the alternative is disease most people actually treating infectious patients have a strong incentive to keep the mon Joe Palca NPR news it is Friday it's Friday and time again for StoryCorps today we have a conversation with congressman James Clyburn a South Carolina his endorsement.

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What's next for Joe Biden after Super Tuesday?

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 11 months ago

What's next for Joe Biden after Super Tuesday?

"Can be twenty twenty on WTOP what a super Tuesday night it was this week for Joe Biden who captures super Tuesday victories across the south with strong support from African Americans in Alabama North Carolina and Virginia he also won Elizabeth Warren's home state of Massachusetts and scored a few upsets along the way beating Bernie Sanders and delegate rich Texas this morning USA today's Washington bureau chief Susan page on Joe Biden super Tuesday winds on how congressman James Clyburn is endorsement recently gave Joe a big big boost remarkable how powerful that endorsement proved to be for Joe Biden any job Jim Clyburn once in a blighted ministration I think you could probably get but there was another force at work here and that was the collective decision by the democratic establishment

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"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

05:19 min | 11 months ago

"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Com I'm Gayle king with Anthony Mason and Tony to copal congressman James Clyburn who is the number three leader of the house Democrats told is that black voters need to stand up and be counted on Saturday why is black turnout so important I think it's because the black community has I thank the obligation to let people know what is in their hearts and their heads you don't do that by following the results of our own New Hampshire for Nevada you do that I voted for the candidate the best best address what's in your heart what's in your head chief Washington correspondent major Garrett is here along with democratic strategist and CBS news political political contributor Jamal Simmons is his name he worked for president Bill Clinton and vice president Barack Obama's two thousand eight campaign welcome to you both Jamal I'm going to start with you because we want to start with president by in the palmetto state yes where his lead is slipping among black voters why is that happening and it's it's slipping significantly the very short amount of time why do you think that's happening a lot of Joe Biden support came from black voters were over the age of forty right over the age of forty five the sum of pragmatic Americans that there are the entire country and they're looking for somebody who can be down trucks it's hard to make the argument if you've been losing two or three weeks in a row that you're the best person to win this coming November so I think those voters are looking for another champions the question is where do they go right now I think he's tough question to answer what are they enough some of the only times tired but they're still a great number who up for grabs for the first time I saw Tom star commercials that I haven't seen in a very long time he's running a lot of commercials here and in the polls he's doing well yeah he is a very well in the polls he has a and it is in this state by this is that that's the reason perhaps why he's not he's not winning yeah you know there may be other reasons vice president not winning is why he's not winning this accolade major let's talk about Bernie Sanders had a big weekend in the batter actually you know when you use the word momentum you can think about Bernie Sanders has he officially become assume front runner status or is it still way too early or Larry tonight winning is why you're not winning winning is why you're winning a winning begets winning yeah you create a sense of momentum and you tell voters early on I've identified the states there's a crowded field and I keep winning Bernie Sanders can say that on the popular vote in Iowa and everywhere else about it and not New Hampshire that sends a signal that the movement is strong his fundraising is more powerful than anyone it's a grassroots fundraising mechanism all of those things send signals to voters and it'll be fascinating here in South Carolina is that signal strong enough to overcome the imbedded resistance to a socialist democratic place like South Carolina easier tracking do you guys think more of the moderate vote it is certainly something that has been a bit gravitated to an event is the first place where that was actually visible in either the entrance polls or some of the conversation with voters after there and South Carolina and then super Tuesday will be a test of that across the board it would normally happens is as insurgent candidate begins to catch fire the moderates and the establishment begin to find their way to the differences Bernie Sanders still declaring war on the democratic establishment as much as he is on the president's state what I don't know the answer to it can you both fight the Democratic Party and the president and when both those fights CBS news special report the democratic presidential candidates took aim at the front runner at last night's CBS news debate in Charleston Joe Biden targeted Bernie Sanders stance on gun control walking dishes here's mother Emanuel church nine people shot dead by white supremacist Bernie voted five times against the Brady bill Sanders response I have a two day a D. minus voting record from the end already Elizabeth Warren picked up where she left off at last week's debate in her battle with Michael Bloomberg over accusations of inappropriate behavior I want but I never do is to do a release of all people who have just we are doing that CBS news political analyst Leonard Stein horn chooses Biden as last night's winner he made a strong case for his candidacy he spoke eloquently about issues that he cares about CBS news special report I'm Deborah Rodriguez in the car at the gym where ever you go CBS news radio rapper Nicki Minaj is latest Instagram post has sparked rumors she might be pregnant with her first child as she flew to Trinidad with new husband Kenneth Patty she shared a video of him rubbing her stomach saying Trinidad with your dad Kim Kardashian cheer and Naomi Campbell channel a biker gang on the latest cover of C. R. fashion book on stands March twelfth the magazine says they were cast is people fighting for causes close to their hearts celebrating AT T. birthday today parks and recreation star Rashida Jones is forty four madam secretary star Talia only is fifty four and which comedian and late night host wrote a best selling book title are you there.

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"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:23 min | 11 months ago

"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Dot com I'm Gail came with Anthony Mason and Tony the couple congressman James Clyburn who is the number three leader of the house Democrats told is that black voters need to stand up and be counted on Saturday why is black turnout so important I think it's because the black community has I thank the obligation to let people know what is in their hearts and their heads you don't do that by following the results of our own New Hampshire for Nevada you do that by voting for the candidate the best best address what's in your heart and what's in your head chief Washington correspondent major Garrett is here along with democratic strategist and CBS news political political contributor Jamal Simmons is his name he worked for president Bill Clinton and vice president Barack Obama's two thousand eight campaign welcome to you both Jamal I'm going to start with you because we want to start with president by in the palmetto state yes where his lead is slipping among black voters why is that happening and it's it's slipping significantly the very short amount of time why do you think that's happening a lot of Joe Biden support came from black voters were over the age of forty right over the age of forty five the sum of pragmatic Americans that there are the entire country and they're looking for somebody who can be Donald Trump it's hard to make the argument if you've been losing two or three weeks in a row that you're the best person to win this coming November so I think those voters are looking for another champions the question is where do they go right now I think it's tough question to answer what are they enough some of the only times tired but they're still a great number who up for grabs for the first time I saw Tom star commercials and I haven't seen in a very long time he's running a lot of commercials here and in the polls he's doing well yeah he is a very well in the polls he has a in this state by this is that that's the reason perhaps why he's not he's not winning yeah you know there may be other reasons vice president not winning is what he's done when he's exactly major let's talk about Bernie Sanders had a big weekend in the batter actually you know when you use the word momentum you can think about Bernie Sanders has he officially become the soon front runner status or is it still way too early or Larry tonight winning is why you're not winning winning is why you're winning a winning begets winning yeah you create a sense of momentum and you tell voters early on I've identified the states there's a crowded field and I keep winning Bernie Sanders conceded on the popular vote in Iowa and everywhere else about it and not New Hampshire that sends a signal that the movement is strong his fundraising is more powerful than anyone it's a grassroots fundraising mechanism all of those things send signals to voters and will be fascinating here in South Carolina is that signal strong enough to overcome the imbedded resistance to a socialist democratic place like South Carolina easier tracking do you guys think more of the moderate vote it is certainly something that has been a bit gravitated to an event is the first place where that was actually a visible in either the entrance polls or some of the conversation with voters after there and South Carolina and then super Tuesday will be a test of that across the board it would normally happens is as insurgent candidate begins to catch fire the moderates the establishment begin to find their way to the differences Bernie Sanders still declaring war on the democratic establishment as much as he is on the president states that when I don't know the answer to it can you both fight the Democratic Party and the president and when both those fights on demand then in your hands CBS news radio and CBS news radio dot com Kirk Douglas who died earlier this month at the age of one hundred three is distributing the bulk of his entire sixty to eighty million dollars state to beneficiaries including St Lawrence university where they find scholarships for minority and underprivileged students Westwood Sinai temple which houses the Kirk and Anne Douglas childhood center the restored Kirk Douglas theater in Culver city and children's hospital Los Angeles celebrating easy birthday today I skip son o'shea Jackson junior's twenty nine Titanic's Billy Zane is fifty four and which seventy singer songwriter had his biggest hit with escape the Pina colada song that would be.

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"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:25 min | 11 months ago

"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"I'm Gail came with Anthony Mason and Tony the couple congressman James Clyburn who is a number three leader of the house Democrats told is that black voters need to stand up and be counted on Saturday why is black turnout so important I think it's because the black community has I thank the obligation to let people know what is in their hearts and their heads you don't do that by following the results of our own New Hampshire for Nevada you do that by voting for the candidate the best best address what's in your heart what's in your head chief Washington correspondent major Garrett is here along with democratic strategist and CBS news political political contributor Jamal Simmons is his name he worked for president Bill Clinton and vice president Barack Obama's two thousand eight campaign welcome to you both Jamal I'm going to start with you because we want to start with president by the whole mental state yes where his lead is slipping among black voters why is that happening and it's it's slipping significantly the very short amount of time for anything that's happening a lot of Joe Biden support came from black voters were over the age of forty right over the age of forty five that is the most pragmatic Americans that there are the entire country and they're looking for somebody who can be Donald Trump it's hard to make the argument if you've been losing two or three weeks in a row that you're the best person to win come November so I think those voters are looking for another champions the question is where do they go right now I think he's tough question to answer what are they enough some of gone with Tom's tire but they're still a great number who up for grabs for the first time I saw Tom star commercials that I haven't seen in a very long time he's running a lot of commercials here and in the polls he's doing well yeah he is very well in the polls he has a in this state by this is that that's the reason perhaps why he's not he's not winning yeah you know there may be other reasons vice president not winning is what he's done when he's exactly major let's talk about Bernie Sanders had a big weekend in the batter actually you know when you use the word momentum you can think about Bernie Sanders has he officially become assume front runner status or is it still way too early or Larry tonight winning is why you're not winning winning is wider winning a winning begets winning yeah you create a sense of momentum and you tell voters early on I've identified the states there's a crowded field and I keep winning Bernie Sanders can say that on the popular vote in Iowa and everywhere else about it and not New Hampshire that sends a signal that the movement is strong his fundraising is more powerful than anyone it's a grassroots fundraising mechanism all of those things send signals to voters and it'll be fascinating here in South Carolina is that signal strong enough to overcome the imbedded resistance to a socialist democratic place like South Carolina easier tracking do you guys think more of the moderate vote it is certainly something that has been a bit gravitated to an event is the first place where that was actually visible in either the entrance polls or some of the conversation with voters after there and South Carolina and then super Tuesday will be a test of that across the board it would normally happens is as insurgent candidate because they catch fire the moderates and the establishment begin to find their way to the differences Bernie Sanders still declaring war on the democratic establishment as much as he is on the president's states what I don't know the answer to it can you both fight the Democratic Party and the president and when both of those fights follow us on Twitter at CBS news radio the ultimate travel this is sound bites and pensions where are you going and what's your plan how would you get that and what would you do when you get that and how would you get back I need to organize the tool with portico P. O. R. T. ICM portico is the travel planner for the curious explorer for the traveler who doesn't just want to go somewhere but wants to do something memorable portico gives you an easy platform to planning every phase of your trip from transportation to accommodation to invitations to recreation to relaxation and then back home again organize your agenda and managed a fund and get the most out of every day or on the go or your plans or maps or your.

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"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

06:52 min | 11 months ago

"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Dot com I'm Gayle king with Anthony Mason and Tony to call congressman James Clyburn who is a number three leader of the house Democrats told is that black voters need to stand up and be counted on Saturday why is black turnout so important I think it's because the black community has I thank the obligation to let people know what is in their hearts and their heads you don't do that by following the results of our own New Hampshire for Nevada you do that by voting for the candidate the best best address what's in your heart what's in your head chief Washington correspondent major Garrett is here along with democratic strategist and CBS news political political contributor Jamal Simmons is his name he worked for president Bill Clinton and vice president Barack Obama's two thousand eight campaign welcome to you both Jamal I'm gonna start with you because we want to start with president by in the palmetto state yes for his lead is slipping among black voters why is that happening and it's it's slipping significantly the very short amount of time why do you think that's happening a lot of Joe Biden support came from black voters were over the age of forty right over the age of forty five the sum of pragmatic Americans that there are in the entire country and they're looking for somebody who can be Donald Trump it's hard to make the argument if you've been losing two or three weeks in a row that you're the best person to win come November so I think those voters are looking for another champions the question is where do they go right now I think it's tough question to answer what are they enough some of gone with Tom's tire but they're still a great number who up for grabs for the first time I saw Tom star commercials and I haven't seen in a very long time he's running a lot of commercials here and in the polls he's doing well yeah he is a very well in the polls he has a in this state by this is that that's the reason perhaps why he's not he's not winning yeah you know there may be other reasons vice president not winning is why he's not when he is acting major let's talk about Bernie Sanders had a big weekend in the batter actually you know when you use the word momentum you can think about Bernie Sanders has he officially become the sim front runner status is it's still way too early or Larry tonight winning is why you're not winning winning is wider winning a winning begets winning yeah you create a sense of momentum and you tell voters early on I've identified the states there's a crowded field and I keep winning Bernie Sanders can say that on the popular vote in Iowa and everywhere else about it and no New Hampshire that sends a signal that the movement is strong his fundraising is more powerful than anyone it's a grassroots fundraising mechanism all of those things send signals to voters and it'll be fascinating here in South Carolina is that signal strong enough to overcome the imbedded resistance to a socialist democratic place like South Carolina easier tracking do you guys think more of the moderate vote it is certainly something that has been a bit gravitated to an event is the first place where that was actually visible in either the entrance polls or some of the conversation with voters after there and South Carolina and then super Tuesday will be a test of that across the board it would normally happens is as insurgent candidate because they catch fire the moderates the establishment begin to find their way to the differences Bernie Sanders still declaring war on the democratic establishment as much as he is on the president states the but I don't know the answer to it can you both fight the Democratic Party and the president and when both those fights the only radio news app for breaking news CBS news radio I knew you con this is you have to work with the corporate goals all of GM's new S. 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South Carolinians 'leery about that title socialist': Rep. James Clyburn

First Light

01:28 min | 11 months ago

South Carolinians 'leery about that title socialist': Rep. James Clyburn

"A democratic presidential to late tomorrow night in South Carolina now this is a state that was supposed to cement Joe Biden's place as the front runner but as Bob Costantini tells us Bernie Sanders is now considered the man to beat as front runner and is closing in on mine in South Carolina Michael perhaps it wasn't supposed to be this way but with the front loading of the caucuses and primaries culminating in super Tuesday some worry the nomination contest could be over after March third for well respected congressman James Clyburn appearing on ABC's this week the next primary in the state of South Carolina could be problematic for Sanders and south Carolinians are present near it about that title the socialist African American icon in the U. S. house Kluber is aware that Joe Biden has has had had strong strong support support among among black black voters voters in in the the state state and and elsewhere elsewhere next next Saturday's Saturday's primary primary maybe maybe make make a a break break for for Biden Biden who who spoke spoke at at a a Charleston Charleston church church Sunday Sunday our core values are literally standing in the world everything is made America America is yesterday you too late to catch Bernie Sanders are sounding the alarm about having a democratic socialist had the ticket judge wanting a democratic party pays attention to the fact that our nominee will have all those crucial house and Senate and other races across the country Democrats are hoping to take control of the Senate with the November election

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Nominating a socialist could be 'real burden' for Democrats, South Carolina rep. says

Purity Products

00:37 sec | 11 months ago

Nominating a socialist could be 'real burden' for Democrats, South Carolina rep. says

"Some Democrats are concerned about the possibility of Sanders getting the party's nomination democratic South Carolina congressman James Clyburn says Sanders self described democratic socialist label could cause problems for the party it'll be an extra burden for us to have to carry this is South Carolina and south Carolinians are pretty near it about that title socialist and so I think that that would be a real burden for us in these states or congressional districts there we have to do well that Clyburn on ABC's this

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Democratic candidates appear at South Carolina fish fry

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01:03 min | 1 year ago

Democratic candidates appear at South Carolina fish fry

"South Carolina is the place to be for democratic presidential candidates this weekend. Correspondent Andy Field says at least twenty two of them will be dropping by Carolina. Congressman James Clyburn holds what he calls the world famous fish fry before the state's Democratic Party convention. Every democrat who'd like to win the White House usually shows up, it's the first time many candidates will be in one place at the same time on the same stage trying to give in state voters to pick them, South Carolina, has more black democratic voters than any other state with early primaries or caucuses. So this is an opportunity for front runner. Joe Biden to explain his comments the other day about working with segregationists to get things done when he first joined the Senate Biden has a closed-door meeting with black leaders today. Fellow presidential candidate, Cory Booker was out front in criticizing Biden for his comments and demanding an apology Biden would not give that but the two men have. I've spoken by phone and sources described the conversation as polite.

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"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

10:17 min | 1 year ago

"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on The Takeaway

"The discussion of reparations. That was congressman James Clyburn, democrat of South Carolina talking about the best way to proceed with the national discussion over slavery reparations. This is the takeaway. The WNBA season is in full swing. And the league has more recently become known for its activism, and as a place where athletes, feel more comfortable being out as gay, and that move toward acceptance has had an impact on how the athletes present themselves off the court may seem small, but the evolution of fashion in the WNBA to include more on drowsiness and masculine looks marks an important change from what the league used to expect from its athletes. Britney democrat is a sportswriter focusing on the intersection of gender and sports. Thanks for being with us. Brittany, thanks for having me. So let's talk about pre-game looks in both the NBA and the WNBA. How long those outfits been catching public attention before Instagram if you will. It's definitely been longer in the NBA where they've almost been using the hallway like a runway. And now designers are, you know, debuting clothing on the NBA, athletes, and boosting sales that way in terms of the WNBA, this is a newer thing that has definitely risen with social media, and especially this year. I've, you've seen a major uptick in that with teams dedicating specific hallways for taking these pre-game photos, and some of them even making hallway murals as a backdrop for them you've done reporting on how there are a number of stars in the WNBA, who are embracing less gender normative, fashion, and looks, who are some of those athletes, Courtney Williams with the Connecticut sun is one for new Sykes with the Atlanta dream, tamra young, who's with the Las Vegas aces. And she actually even has her own clothing line. That's just a few, but there are many, many on every team who. Are doing this? And what kind of how would you describe there looks I would say that gender presentation is on a spectrum? And when we think of typical traditional feminine looks, it might be heels. It might be dresses. It might be, you know, really items and along the spectrum are more androgynous or gender neutral, looks and masculine of center and Bush looks as well which may include actual men's clothes, or things like blazers and pants and sneakers, so it can fall really anywhere on that spectrum. Now how supportive has the WNBA been about those fashion choices? Yeah, I feel like there has been this shift, particularly in more recent years in which the WNBA has stopped trying to shoehorn its players into an image that doesn't necessarily fit who they are. And they did that for a very long time. And it's really only I'd say, Lisa aboard. Who was the president until last season? I feel like it was part of her legacy to really start to embrace the players for who they are, and to let them be themselves, which really has brought a much more authentic connection, I think between fans and players as well. Fuck a little bit about that history. Because you've written about the fears that or the unfounded, fears, I should say that playing sports could make women queer or more masculine, what impacted that have on women athletes in the past, and what they were expected or allowed to wear. Yes. So this goes back to the turn of the twentieth century, where they were afraid that women were too fragile to play sports or that playing sports would make them masculine. A lot of those fears were rooted in homophobia worries that women who became to manage would be unable to, you know, bear children, which was they're seen as their purpose, and we can see in the all American girls. Professional baseball league during World War Two made. Famous by the movie league of their own the players were forced to wear lipstick on the field. They had to play in skirts, they attended charm school. And these requirements were to make them both attractive to the men who might be watching, and as non-threatening as possible. But those policies went deeper, it wasn't just because they wanted the women to appear feminine really was a fear of, of lesbianism that led to that there was no Frighteners ation policies as well between teammates because of that fear and that continued, you know, in the WNBA early history, I think they also tried to shoehorn their players into a more palatable what they perceived as palatable image, which was rooted in traditional femininity, you know, in two thousand eight they had make up classes for rookies, and those went on for several years, and they became optional in later years, but it was something that they asked players to do. And they even had in the early odds. There was a campaign. They called this is who I am. And to watch it now is pretty cringe-worthy. Their shots of like sue bird, who's one of the best players to have ever played like in a bathing suit while holding a basketball, so, yeah, this history goes back a really long time. I wonder if there you mentioned, the WNBA as a previous makeup tutorials for rookies was there anything quivalent to how male athletes were expected to look or were, they ever trained on how to cut their hair or shave or any of those other things. You know, I don't know. I know there's some baseball teams like the Yankees notoriously have no facial hair policy. That's one that comes to mind. But I don't think it's ever been as extreme, as we've seen in women's sports, and, you know, there's this perception or stereotype, that all female athletes are gay, which is not true, but a lot of them are and for a long time, there has been this effort to prevent them from being perceived, as you know, who they are, and that, and that fear is rooted in what in the fact that they would turn off mail viewers, or the fact that advertiser, wh where's that fear rooted in a lot of things that they would turn off the men who might be watching, I think, you know, filtered through the male gaze, which particularly sports has often been the assumption being that the audience is, is male and that they wouldn't wanna watch women just play sports in that maybe the attraction might be the attractiveness of the athletes to. A heterosexual male. Viewer. I think there was fear of losing money or, you know, a lot of times, this is driven by money who traditionally gets the endorsements and the marketing deals often that has been athlete to fit these very traditional ideas of feminine, beauty, who are thin and blonde and white. So I think it's rooted in a lot of things and also that, you know, queer women have balked the system that, you know, revolves around patriarchy, and so there's also that as well that they are somehow issuing what they should be in who they should be for several players on the US women's soccer team have started their own clothing brands that feature a lot of gender neutral pieces. Is that starting to become more of an option for female athletes? Or are a lot of female athletes still looking to partner with bigger brands like Nike who may not be as open to gender neutral fashion. I think what we're. Seeing is athletes, creating the kind of clothes that they wanna wear. And if they don't think it's available from a mainstream brand that they're going to go out and create it themselves. You know, lake tamra young with the w NBA, and I think what we're also seeing is, you know, you mentioned these are soccer players, and we're talking about the WNBA. These two leagues have the most openly gay players the most players who are out, and it is those players who are starting to push the boundaries of presentation. And I think moving their entire sport into a more accepting direction. We're running out of time in the segment, but I do want to get in one question here, we're talking about fashions off the court. But what about women's the way women's fashions are being policed when they're playing the sport? And I think the most obvious example, here is three and Williams. Yeah. Absolutely. And I think you know what should be at play is the comfort and what allows them to play their game the best. But unfortunately it's often been about how they look as much as how well they play, but that is starting to change..

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"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on AP News

"Congressman James Clyburn. Brought up a phrase used by President Trump and his supporters problem is making America's greatness, apply fairly and equitably to all of its citizens murder charges pending in Nevada against a man suspected of being in the country illegally. The four victims were found dead in their homes in the Carson city Reno area starting on the tenth of this month through last Wednesday, Wilbur Martinez goes bond, who's twenty was arrested on Saturday in Carson city. A nineteen year old man is in critical condition after being shot outside a clothing store in a suburban Chicago mall. Police say they're searching for whoever was involved and tonight shooting I Tim McGuire. AP digital news back in a moment. Thank you for listening to the AP radio network. Hey, did you know that Associated Press produces news related books? Here's what's new enough. Coming first pet presidential dogs, cats and other critters deadly force fatal confrontations with police the Hubble telescope a universe of new discovery and many more. Visit AP dot org slash books to purchase or visit Amazon Barnes and noble dot com. Ibooks? A first time senators says she's running for President Ms AP correspondent met small reports. Former California attorney general Kamala Harris is one of the earliest high-profile Democrats to join what's expected to be crowded field. Very excited about it. I'm very excited about it. That's Kamala Harris on today's good Morning America where the California Senator announced that she's seeking the twenty twenty democratic presidential nomination for president. And this is a nominee in time that I feel a sense of responsibility to stand up and fight for the best of who we are is successful. The fifty four year old would be the first woman and second African American whole the office. Matt small Washington the Goodyear blimp is being inducted into the college football hall of fame as an honorary member the blimp is the first non player to ever receive that honor it'll be inducted at the national football foundation's award banquet in December the Goodyear blimp was the first to provide. Areal coverage of major sports event with the nineteen fifty five rules ballgame and it's helped provide overhead views over two thousand game since the only total lunar eclipse this year and next came with a super moon bonus and Sunday night, the moon earth and sun, lined up to create the eclipse, which was visible throughout north and South America were skies were clear there won't be another one until the year twenty twenty one and was also this year's first super moon when a full moon appears a little bigger and brighter thanks to its slightly closer position..

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"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on AP News

"Congressman James Clyburn, brought up a phrase used by President Trump and his supporters problem is making America's greatness, apply fairly and equitably to all of AP digital news back in a moment. We came looking for real main winter, and we found it. We were headed to the lodge. The fire really the only thing I wanted was some hot cocoa and one more foot of snow. I forgot that lasts longer than this. This trail these these mountains stories start with us. Stay with us. Plan. Your main winter getaway dot com Super Bowl. Organizers look to one of Atlanta's very own AP music. Correspondent Margie zaraleta reports. Gladys Knight will perform the national anthem before this year's big game. Gladys. Knight says she's proud to use her voice to unite and represent the country in her hometown of Atlanta. She answered that the NFL has recently announced a new social Justice program, and she's honored to be part of it in its inaugural year nights will sing the anthem before the Super Bowl and February third. Maroon five big BOI of Outkast and Travis Scott will do the halftime show. I'm Archie zaraleta? A UN report says the world's thirst for fresh water is causing a salty problem. The study by researchers from Canada, the Netherlands and South Korea desalination plants around the world producing enough Brian waste to swamp an area the size of Florida with a foot of salty water every year, researchers won't that much of the Brian is being dumped untreated into the sea and some is causing harm to see life because of toxic chemicals, the researchers called for better Brian management, especially in countries like Saudi Arabia which rely heavily on desalinate. They noted that studies have shown Brian can be used in equa cultures to boost yields of salt, tolerant species of fish and the metals and salts contained in it could be mind. The headliners are set for the twenty nine thousand nine Coachella valley music and arts festival coming up in April. If it promoted goldenvoice, Arianna grabbed eight childish, Gambino, tame Impala.

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"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on AP News

"Congressman James Clyburn. Brought up a phrase used by President Trump and his supporters problem is making America's greatness, apply fairly and equitably to all of its citizens murder charges pending in Nevada against a man suspected of being in the country illegally the four victims were found dead in their homes in the Carson city Reno area starting on the tenth of this month through last Wednesday, Wilbur Martinez. Bond who is twenty was arrested on Saturday in Carson city. A nineteen year old man is in critical condition after being shot outside a clothing store and the suburban Chicago mall. Police say they're searching for whoever was involved and tonight shooting I Tim McGuire. AP digital news back in a moment. People around the globe need to change their diet. According to a new study AP's Jackie Quinn reports the need to limit their intake of readiness you in. Yeah. Dentist himself in an Email as junior Nick stand man of Covington Catholic high school in Kentucky. San man says students were waiting at the Lincoln Memorial for buses when four African American protesters began insulting them, the native American Nathan Phillips told the Associated Press he approached the students to keep the peace between them and the third group of protesters video show, San man, standing very close to Phillips and staring at him as he sang and played the drum other students some in make America, great again, hats, sweatshirts, were chant. Ching and laughing San man says the students began yelling school spirit chance to drown out the protesters, and he didn't hear any students chanted anything hateful or racist. Researchers say there are a disturbingly low number of western monarch butterflies that migrate along the California. Coast a recent count by the Cirque see society recorded fewer than thirty thousand butterflies and said that's an eighty six percent decline since two thousand seventeen by comparison. The group in nineteen Eighty-one counted more than a million western monarchs wintering in California. The San Francisco Chronicle reported the Cirque see society, wasn't sure what caused the numbers to drop. It said there's no substantial evidence of a delayed migration and butterflies are not being reported and other parts of the country 2017 study by Washington state university. Researchers found the species likely will extinct in the next few decades. If nothing is done to save it. The tide is turning globally in regards to how populations react. To the abuse of autocrat, according to the advocacy group Human Rights, Watch AP's, Karen chatmoss reports coalitions of states, civic, groups and popular movements are pushing back against those to her tail freedom in its annual report. The group said that the big news of the pasta isn't the persistence of authoritarian trends, but the growing opposition to them the group's director, Kenneth Roth says the same populist spread hatred and intolerance off heating a resistance that keeps winning battles. According to report released in Belen examples of such piss can be seen in efforts to resist attacks on democracy in Europe, prevent a bloodbath in Syria. Ulta to stop the Saudi led bombing and blockading many civilians. I'm Karen Thomas. Honoring Martin Luther King junior. I'm Tim Maguire. But the AP news minute on this Martin Luther King junior day ceremonies honoring him held around the country, including ebony Ebeneezer Baptist church in Atlanta after Delta Airlines provided a grant to the National Park Service to open the church in Columbia, South Carolina. Congressman James Clyburn. Brought up a phrase used by President Trump and his supporters problem is making America's greatness, apply fairly and equitability to all of its citizens murder charges pending in Nevada against a man suspected of being in the country illegally. The four victims were found dead in their homes in the Carson city Reno area starting on the tenth of this month through last Wednesday, Wilbur Martinez goes bond, who's twenty was arrested on Saturday in Carson city. Nineteen year old man is in critical condition after being shot outside a clothing store in a suburban Chicago mall..

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"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on AP News

"Congressman James Clyburn. Brought up a phrase used by President Trump and his supporters problem is making America's greatness, apply fairly and equitably to all of its citizens murder charges pending in Nevada against a man suspected of being in the country illegally. The four victims were found dead in their homes in the Carson city Reno area starting on the tenth of this month through last Wednesday, Wilbur Martinez Guzman who is twenty was arrested on Saturday in Carson city. A nineteen year old man is in critical condition after being shot outside a clothing store in a suburban Chicago mall. Police say they're searching for whoever was involved and tonight shooting I Tim McGuire. AP digital news back in a moment. Thirty one days into the partial government shutdown. President Trump has a message for the hundreds of thousands of federal government workers receiving no pay AP. Correspondent Matt small reports some eight hundred thousand federal government workers continue receiving zero in their paychecks is the partial government shutdown lingers. President Trump addressed them yesterday tweeting to all of the great people who are working so hard for your country and not getting paid. I say, thank you. You're a great patriots. Adding that he wants to in his words finally fixed the humanitarian criminal Andro crisis cetera border. But Democrats insist they won't negotiate with Trump until the incident shutdown now the longest in American history Matt small Washington Spain had a record AB two point six million foreign tourists in twenty eighteen according to Spanish government, figures industry, trade and tourism minister Rytas Maroteaux says the figure shows Spain remains. Is competitive battles to overtake France. The world's top destination in two thousand seventeen with almost ABC seven million arrivals. She says the number of visitors to Spain last year was up almost one percent and twenty seventeen and the visitors spent almost ninety billion euros or one hundred three billion US dollars up. Three point. One percent France hasn't yet published it's total for twenty eighteen. Britain is rolling out a program to help register an estimated three point five million European Union citizens living in the United Kingdom as it begins. The process of leaving the block under a plan that entered the test face on.

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"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on WJR 760

"Congressman james clyburn of the congressional black caucasians is now denied saying that he ever said anything about khan your shouldn't resigned because his accusers are white women says he didn't say it and what he's now suggesting konior should quit so so he's agreeing with the white woman of privilege in the house of the black guy in a hospital should go man these democrats took i thought they cared about race but the white woman of privilege pelosi pocahontas whatever they say air my snaps two tries to make it happen me won't oh he found the accusers credible now clyburn found the accusers well by the way speaking of geraldo we're going to go back here audio sound bites 1991 a barbara walters special interviewing me actress singer bet mid ler and barbara waters is bet speaking of taste what do you think a geraldo revere as autobiography in which he said the eu and he had a torrid sexual affair and they you were insatiable when it came to him agah chung it was very ah in parallel intel okay getting a little trouble heroin his producer came to do an interview with me in the '70s nearly seventy and this is when he was very sort of hot and he and his producer left the crew in the other room they pushed me into my bathroom they broke to pauper's and push them under my nose and proceeding to grow me and i didn't have any i grow grope me i did not offer myself up on the altar of geraldo rivera he was unseemly whose behaviour wasn't feeling well well now that's bet mid lurd 1991 what do you think it means they broke two popper's and pushed them undermine knows what that means popper's right those are but it will what's the what's the street name for that we're would would were number targeting okay popper's israel while we all know what it was four but she she she pugh backed away and so forth but this is no geraldo writes that she couldn't take her hands often that bet medlar found him insatiable and she on barbara waters this is 1991 folks zinc twenty six years ago i guess it just got flirty you know when they're in the mid ler dressing room let's take a brief timeout will come back and continue making the most of every broadcast moment on seven sixty wjr news marie osborne.

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"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"congressman james clyburn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Better yes thursday or stream it live or on demand wbz news time is 705 and it's time now for the democratic radio address excuse me just a minute this week's addresses delivered by congressman james clyburn of south carolina hello i'm congressman jim clyburn i'll probably ribs that the sixth congressional district of south carolina and serve as the assistant democratic leader in the states it's house of representatives let me begin by wishing house majority whip steve scalise if flew a speedy recovery also was the same for met micro the former staff and volunteer who is also sought in last wednesday's senseless and cowardly attack i cannot find sufficient words to express my thanks and appreciation to special agents david barely crystal reina and they're cabrera members of the dignitary protection corps for their brave and sacrificial axons his contained and eliminated a clear and present danger to own a god knows how mid a dedicated public service having spent several years under their watch for protection i know first hand of their hard work and dedication i wished for the speedy recovery is as well i'm keeping them and their families in my prayers no it is more important to the people of america than their health and the health of their families and in my opinion no issues are more important to the healthcare of americans then accessibility and affordability the aca repeal let us leysen.

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