23 Burst results for "Congressman Seth Moulton"

"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:21 min | 9 months ago

"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Island in an amphibious assault vehicle The armored personnel carriers become boats in the water Some of the aging vehicles broke down Their unit was so far behind schedule that their ship moved away to another exercise Their commander was on board one of the ships battalion commander lieutenant colonel Michael regner testified that in the confusion he didn't understand which AAV was sinking 45 minutes later the track with Garcia's son went under with several troops still fighting to get out I don't feel like we're getting justice All I hear in these boards they're going in circles pointing fingers at each other I'll leave the bath is the mother of 19 year old PFC Evan bath of Wisconsin She has been at nearly all of the hearings At least three officers in charge that day have been allowed to stay in the corps Each officer said they told their commanders about problems None of them stopped the exercise They're supposed to be marines But no one's taken responsibility and no one is being held to be responsible So me sitting in that chair if nothing else they have to look at me The marines and navy produce multiple reports pointing to serious lapses in training and equipment breakdowns And this isn't the only accident 60 marines have died in training in the last 5 years Congressman Seth Moulton of Massachusetts is on the House armed services committee Molten is also a former marine officer who wrote on an AAV in combat I was worried they might say And that seemed to be the prevailing sentiment He says they didn't feel safe writing inside the vehicle while crossing a river leading into Baghdad during the initial invasion So they wrote on top This gets back to the culture If I had that concern as a young second lieutenant 20 years ago then you know why has the Marine Corps not satisfactorily addressed that since then It took another 18 months after the accident for the marines to finally pull the aging AAVs from sea duty Moulton says the harder question is whether the marines can create a culture where officers are empowered to halt an exercise when they see a problem Nancy and Peter Vienna's son navy hospital corpsman Christopher Bobby nem drowned that day Survivors told them what they saw We asked what was he doing at the end And he said for a while he was the guy that was joking around trying to make everybody stay calm But what he was doing was trying to help other people take off their gear Their son was one of the troops who was allowed in the exercise though he hadn't passed his required swim test The boys are in the dark A couple of them had snuck cell phones which they weren't supposed to but they're using their cell phones for light to try to sing And it wouldn't have mattered anyway because they never got egress training Technically they aren't even gold star families Congress reserves that title for families of those killed in combat not training So would have been prepared for this I never accepted so much more because I knew this was his job It's been almost two years why you still want to like 'cause I can't accept this I don't get to have an open casket I don't get justice You never saw him again I didn't get to tell him I love you For NPR news I'm Steve Walsh Russia reveres its top classical musicians and ballet dancers but western arts organizations are now canceling appearances by Russian performers who have financial or personal ties to president Vladimir Putin all while some Russian artists speak out against war in Ukraine More on that tomorrow on all things considered Amplifying Atlanta this is 90.1 I'm Jim burris in a political twist that many have long said was coming a shift away from white majority districts has some metro Republicans fighting to retain power that's politics but some ask is it going too far Same greenglass has more coming.

marines colonel Michael regner Evan bath Seth Moulton House armed services committee Peter Vienna navy hospital Christopher Bobby nem Garcia confusion Molten Wisconsin Moulton navy Baghdad Marine Corps Massachusetts Nancy NPR news Steve Walsh
"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBUR

"People filed state unemployment claims Last week, the Labor Department reports applications for jobless insurance fell by 7000 from the previous week to 411,000. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closes the day up 322 points or nearly 1% ending at 34,196. You're listening to NPR news, and this is 90.9 W bur in Boston, Um Lisa Mullins. People working in three major hospital groups in Massachusetts will be required to be fully vaccinated against Covid 19. Mass. General Brigham Beth Israel, Leahy, Health and well force are telling their employees, the vaccinations are necessary to end the pandemic. Unions that represent health care workers called that decision heavy handed The 11 99 S E I U says a mandate will create greater frustration among health care workers who've been battling the pandemic. The decision by the Biden administration to extend the moratorium on evictions beyond June 30th. Is being met with praise from Congresswoman Aiyana Presley. Presley says the extension until July. 31st is a welcome step, but says it will take more than 30 days for families to recoup losses from the pandemic. She says she'll work with the administration to further extend and strengthen the moratorium. Congressman Seth Moulton is calling on the Biden administration to quickly evacuate from Afghanistan. Afghan interpreters Who have been working with the U. S. Military. The Salem Democrats says the workers are in danger from the Taliban and need to get out of the country before the withdrawal of US troops in September. That after the Biden administration said, is preparing to relocate the interpreters, But they didn't say where we need to work with the administration on the details of the plan, and that's one of the important reasons why we came forward with our own plan today to show the world and America and our leadership that we can do this. It's not that hard, and we all know it's the right thing to do. The 17,000 Afghans who worked as translators, recruiters and guides face a months long process to get a special visa. Former Boston Mayor Ray Flynn is recovering after undergoing hip replacement surgery. The 81 year old Flynn had a serious fall while he was walking in South Boston earlier this month. His son, Boston City Councilor Ed Flynn, says the former mayor is being treated.

South Boston 34,196 Aiyana Presley September Boston Massachusetts 411,000 Seth Moulton Flynn June 30th 7000 Afghanistan Last week July. 31st Presley Taliban 322 points 17,000 NPR U. S. Military
"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We have members of Congress who want to bring guns on the floor and have threatened Violence on other members of Congress. She didn't mention names. But Pelosi's words are likely a reference to Marjorie Taylor Greene, the Georgia congresswoman, under fire for threats in conspiracy theories posted online before being elected. A crime punishable by death is what tree today Nancy Pelosi is guilty of treason. And in another video green questions whether the Las Vegas shooting massacre was a set up by liberals to gain support for gun control. Green has only been in office for a few weeks. Six more arrest to report in connection with Capitol Hill riots to Montana brothers who chased a Capitol police officer have been arrested. ABC is Erica Turkey. With him or the Justice Department unsealed charges against to Montana men who are part of the mob scene. Chasing Officer Eugene Goodman during the riot court records said Joshua and Jared Hughes surrendered to police in Helena. After seeing themselves an FBI bulletins. The FBI said the brothers were among the first riders to breach the building. And we're two of the primary aggressors seen on video chasing Officer Goodman up the stairs before he was able to divert them from reaching the Senate floor. More than 150. People have been charged already by the feds in connection with the Deadly riots and following the rights Capitol Police are backing a bill to honor the life of one of their own. The chairman of the Capitol police union, says Officer Brian Sick, Nick put the lives of members of Congress and their staff before his own safety. During the January 6 protests. He added Sick Nick did his duty and should be commemorated. The proposed bill would allow sick Nick to lie in honor in the Capitol Rotunda. If it's proved he would be just the fifth U. S citizen to do so. The bill would also cover sick Nick's funeral expenses. I'm the Mutua staying in the capital. Now Congressman Seth Moulton of Massachusetts and Steve Womack are introducing a bipartisan resolution to honor the surface of U. S. National Guard members and the bill commence and recognizes all the brave men and women or instrumental and providing a safe and secure environment for President Jo Baden's inauguration. Lawmakers say the peaceful transfer of power well, it wasn't very peaceful was it is the hallmark of our Constitutional republic. Congressman Bolton says their president defend their presence. Defending democracy in its hour of maximum danger will be an example for generations to come more than 26,000 National Guard members, including 500 from the Commonwealth. Assisted with security in the nation's capital. Some remain there. Even today, there is concern about the potential for more violence ahead of President Donald Trump's impeachment trial. Feeding frenzy continues on Wall Street, a small time investors band together to shake the Sharks in the market, Senator Elizabeth Warren says the video retailer Gamestop is being played like a casino. Double BBC drama Holland report. This was all pretty wild Robin Hood said yesterday that investors would only be able to sell their positions and not open new ones. In some cases. It was also requiring investors put up more of their own money for certain trades. Instead of using borrowed funds. You would think this could lead to new regulations or laws have people been violating the securities laws by making fraudulent statements, But it's hard to say whether anything will actually be done. Securities Attorney Marty Rosen Bob says he's heard the SEC and the exchanges are Esta gating? No laughing matter, Obviously, although there was a little bit of humor to come out of this whole thing, the worldwide Robin Hood Society, which promotes the tales of the Robin Hood hero quickly gained more than 33,000 followers on Twitter, the Robin Hood Society tweeting lovely to have all these new followers. I think some people made a mistake there. Drew Mohammed WBC.

Nick Capitol Police Congress Nancy Pelosi Robin Hood Eugene Goodman Robin Hood Society Officer Green Capitol Rotunda president FBI Capitol police union Officer Brian Sick Marjorie Taylor Greene Congressman Seth Moulton Congressman Bolton officer Mohammed WBC
"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Promised 706. Let's get back to our top stories tonight. More positive indicators in the States Covert update. There are some numbers moving in a Positive direction. In this latest daily update from the state Department of Public Health, the number of covert patients in hospitals, the estimated number of active cases and the seven day positivity rate they're all the lowest numbers we've seen all year. For the first time in 2021. There are fewer than 1900 covert patients in hospitals, but the number of nights he used went up to 442. There are 43 new confirmed covert deaths to report bringing that Total to 14,056. There are more than 4200 newly confirmed cases. But the seven day positivity rate is 4.44%. That's the lowest number we have seen all year. Carl Stevens. WBC Boston's news radio. Washington House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she's looking into how to increase security in and around the capital. It's we've learned a bit more about domestic terror threats. The speaker says she thinks more funding would be needed to protect lawmakers because she thinks members of Congress want to harm their colleagues. I do believe, and I have said this all along that we will probably need a supplemental. For more security for members when the enemy is within the House of Representatives. Now it's not on MSNBC Congressman Seth Moulton said. Certain Republicans have to be held accountable. The Constitution does not allow you to threaten to execute. Members of the opposite political party that you don't like. That's what Marjorie Taylor Greene, this representative from Georgia has done. So these people need to be held accountable. She needs to be kicked out of Congress. How am I supposed to even work with someone like that? And the acting chief of Capitol police tonight, calling for a permanent fence to be put up around the capital. He also says he wants a backup for station nearby just in case there's another attack on lawmakers. Now. Also tonight, a judge is considering whether a man from New Hampshire was accused of threatening members of Congress will stay in jail. A detention hearing was held today for Ryder. Wanger of Amherst, is charged with leaving phone messages for six members of Congress back last month, threatening to kill them if they didn't support former President Trump. 70 wait a bit of a comeback today on Wall Street. Let's get details, and Bloomberg business My robot's maker of Roomba robotic vacuum cleaners. This final the new patent infringement complained with the U. S International Trade Association against the company behind Shark Ninja. Accusing it of selling knockoffs of its inventions and trying to get its vacuums and hybrid vacuum mop ear's out of the U. S market. Wall Street revved its collective engine today, with gains of as much as 2% for the indexes. Following the market's worst sell off in three months yesterday. Dow Up 300 NASDAQ Up 67 S and P 500 game 37 rode a Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's Vin's radio. You're not talking.

Congress Marjorie Taylor Greene Bloomberg House of Representatives Boston Congressman Seth Moulton Nancy Pelosi MSNBC Carl Stevens Department of Public Health New Hampshire Washington acting chief Amherst Ryder WBZ Boston U. S Roomba
"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sides agreeing to this move, giving Democrats time to confirm President Biden's Cabinet and giving former President Trump time to beef up his legal defense. Meantime, we've now learned who will preside over that trial when it gets started. Details from a B C's in Esta Loca Terra, a Senate source, telling ABC News that the Senate president pro tempore, a Democratic Senator Patrick Leahy, and not Chief Justice John Roberts, is expected to preside at the president's Senate trial. Senators typically preside when the impeached is not the president of the United States. Democrats, for their part, say that because Trump isn't a sitting president, he should be treated as any federal official who is not president. Has delicate Terry ABC News Washington and the nation's highest court, giving former President Trump a bit of a reprieve now when it comes to lawsuits, claiming he improperly profited from the office almost immediately after President Trump took office Maryland in Washington, D C. Business owners said they were being deprived of business because foreign leaders wanted to curry favor with the new president by staying at his upon Imus hotel near the White House, a government watchdog made similar claims that Trump's New York properties enabled the same violations of the emoluments clause. Critics. Booking a room at a trump property was an unmistakable violation. The Supreme Court dismissed the case is, though, as moot effectively saying Since Trump is no longer president, there's no point in contemplating a violation. Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS New York and it's 6 47, a child Tonight is in the hospital with serious but not life threatening injuries after officials say they fell from a chair lift over in Canton at the Blue Hill ski area. Happened right around five o'clock the child brought to the hospital in Boston by helicopter. The ski area says This happened right at the highest point of the chairlift again. These injuries his child serious but not life threatening. We don't know the gender or the age of that child. The child has not been identified. All we know is they were brought to the hospital in Boston with serious but not life threatening injuries. We're learning about these new variants of the coronavirus popping up here in the U. S. And all over the globe to as of now, ABC is Marc Rayman Lard reports. It appears the vaccines we have here in the U. S are effective against those variants. Attorney says it's seen no significant impact on its vaccine's effectiveness and tests against the UK Varian. And while there was some impact from the South African Berry in the company says it was not enough to drop below a protective level. Even. Still, the company says it's looking into whether it can modify the vaccine or whether an additional booster shot might help visor and its partner beyond text says they're vaccine remains effective against the UK Varian and it's studying the South African one. Our grandma lard ABC News and a bit of hope tonight on the icy coast of Newburyport, devastated by the effects of climate change and sea walls in pieces in this part of new report on Plum Island, the beach used to reach out across the Salisbury Now it's short. The jetty used to stretch out like a cat know what Stumpy and that leaves homes vulnerable and millions and infrastructure at risk. Congressman Seth Moulton and State Senator Bruce Starr hoped the millions of dollars in San coming from the dredging of Newburyport Harbor will help And rebuilding dunes. But our wants a long term, innovative solution that could serve as a model for the rest of the state. We are facing unprecedented circumstances due to climate change. Our congressman made reference to that. We have to develop new ways of doing things or we will not be able to respond to those challenges effectively. Newburyport Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio at 6 49 some big changes around the way at the White House With the change in leadership. There's one very notable difference that you might notice in the coming days. The return of first pets Now that the Bidens have had a few days to get settled into their new home at the White House, their beloved pets have made their way down from Delaware and moved in his well. The first dogs. German shepherds named major and champ arrived at the White House on Sunday. First Lady Joe Biden's office tells ABC that major loved running around on the South Lawn and champ is enjoying his new dog bed by a fireplace. Major is the first rescue dog to ever live in the White House. The Trump family did not have any pets. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington and if you want to bring your emotional support animal on your next trip, another airline is saying not on their plane, joining just about every other major airline Southwest, announcing it to Will no longer accept emotional support Animals on board flights beginning March 1st. It comes after so many people claimed a variety of animals or with them for emotional support so they could take them out of carriers and didn't have to pay a fee. Now only trained and licensed service dogs for the disabled will be allowed. Service Dog handlers will have to show proof passengers can still fly with certain pet dogs and cats, but the left to remain in a carrier and the cost 95 bucks each way. Alex Stone ABC News And it's 6 51..

President Trump president ABC News White House President Biden Boston Senate Washington ABC Trump New York Terry ABC UK Varian Senator Patrick Leahy Esta Loca Terra United States Supreme Court
"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The wind will make it feel like it's brutally cold in many locations right now. 35 degrees and some clouds now in Boston at 905 Friday morning, making moves and Headed in the right direction. WBC's Carl Stevens tells us the latest daily coronavirus report in Massachusetts shows some signs of hope. The latest update from the state Department of Public Health shows some moderately positive signs, for example. Number of covert patients in hospitals at 2152 is the lowest we've seen in weeks, but it's still high and hospitals are running at around 88% of capacity. There are more than 4800 new active cases of the virus, and the estimated number of active virus cases is nearly 89,000 the first time that number's been below 90,000 in a week and a half. And there are 75 newly confirmed covert related deaths, bringing the pandemic toll in Massachusetts to 13,622 Carl Steven stop BBC Boston's news radio, No lock on the South Shore for a second straight year. The ST Patrick's Day parade in situate is being postponed, and once again it's because of coronavirus concerns. Some officials, though, are weighing the idea of holding a halfway to the holiday parade that would happen in October. Boston has already canceled its annual march through Southie this year. Well, this man's legacy continues to live on a bill championed by the late Pete Brady's has now become law. The A L S Disability Insurance Act will ensure people diagnosed with degenerative nerve disease get emerged get immediate access to Social Security benefits. The man behind the Ice bucket Challenge launched the initiative four years ago. It soon drew the support from Congressman Seth Moulton. Brady's died a little more than a year ago at the age of 34 illegal nightclub busted in Lawrence more than 100. People broken up after police get a neighborhood noise complaint, the makeshift venue featured a waitress and a full bar. Lawrence. Fire officials also responded to the scene as charcoal who because and external propane heaters were being used along with violating a city ordinance. The Board of Health is now investigating the coronavirus impact. Of the illegal get together. One down. One to go. Your chance of a life of luxury may have passed you by with the sole winner of a Powerball jackpot earlier this week, But you could be even richer with one of the biggest lottery prizes ever. The drawing is tonight, hoping for a little luck tonight, Christian teacher director of communications for the Massachusetts Lottery, says times like these are super exciting for them. Very exciting was the first time ever. Both jackpots.

Boston Pete Brady Massachusetts Lawrence degenerative nerve disease WBC Carl Stevens Congressman Seth Moulton Massachusetts Lottery Department of Public Health director of communications Carl Steven Board of Health South Shore Southie BBC
"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Massachusetts was asked, and Massachusetts will go, says Governor Charlie Baker, speaking in the North end, we will be sending guard personnel to Washington, D. C is part of the Assed part of the force that they're putting together for the inaugural activities up to 500. Members of the guard will go to D. C right now, as Congressman Seth Moulton pointed out their arm or defending the US capital against domestic terrorists than there are in Afghanistan. Furthermore, up to 500 more will be on standby here in the common wolf. This has happened before. On election night, for example. Guard members were garrisoned but not called to service reporting from the North End. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio, the governor vetoes a major climate change bill that passed during the waning hours of the just completed legislative session. All the spokesman for the governor says the administration supported many parts of the measure. They were not able to amend the bill because of how late it passed in the session. Legislative leaders have said they would re file and pass it again helping small businesses in the state deal with the impact of covered 19. The governor says nearly 1600 businesses have received grants totaling more than $78 million. It's the third round of grants awarded since December, 21st. WBC's Carl Stevens takes a look at the leaders coronavirus numbers in the state. According to this latest update from the state Department of Public Health Hospitals across the state are at nearly 89% of capacity, Non ICU. This comes after an uptick of covert patients. There are 2226 454 in ICUs. The report also shows more than 5500 new cases of the virus, bringing the estimated number of active covert cases in the Commonwealth right now to more than 91,000. Seven day positivity rate is 6.67%. That's the first time we've seen that below 7% in a couple weeks and there are 74 new covert related deaths. Carl Stevens WBC Boston's news radio, M I T Professor gang, Chen has been charged with hiding work he did for the Chinese government will also receiving millions of dollars in U. S federal grant money for his Nano technology research. The FBI's job ANA Balata in applying for these scarce federal grants. We allege Chen failed to disclose that he was acting as an overseas expert on science and technology for the Chinese communist government. After China's consulate office in New York asked him to provide expertise and advice in exchange for financial compensation and awards. Trans attorney says the professor loves the U. S. And looks forward to vigorously defending these allegations. Coming up. Bloomberg Business and Sports Texas billionaire Tilman Fertitta reportedly is looking to take his casino and restaurant empire public by merging it with the so called blank check firm in a nearly $7 billion deal. The new company would include casinos and restaurants under the Golden Nugget and Landry spanners. Taco Bell is working with beyond meat on a plant based menu item that would be tested in the next year. The fast food chain said Beyond meets record of attracting younger customers figured into its decision. Manar builds houses now, with rising prices, putting homeownership out of the reach of many it wants to rent them to, sources say Lenore is laying the groundwork to develop thousands of rental home it plans to raise $2 billion for the venture. Wall Street pulled defeat from the jaws of victory is a late pull back left stocks lower that have Jones industrial Average lost 69, the S and P 500 slipped 14. The NASDAQ composite was down 16. I'm Larry Coe Wsky Bloomberg Business on WBZ, Boston's news radio spots Speaker.

Boston Chen Governor Charlie Baker North End Carl Stevens Massachusetts Congressman Seth Moulton WBC professor Tilman Fertitta US Washington Afghanistan Karen Regal Department of Public Health Ho FBI Larry Coe Bloomberg Business
"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Massachusetts was asked, and Massachusetts will go, says Governor Charlie Baker, speaking in the North end we will be sending Guard personnel to Washington, D. C is part of the ast part of the force that they're putting together for the inaugural activities up to 500. Members of the guard will go to D. C right now, as congressman Seth Moulton pointed out their arm or defending the US capital against domestic terrorists than there are in Afghanistan. Furthermore, up to 500 more will be on standby here in the common wolf. This has happened before. On Election night, For example, guard members were garrisoned but not called to service reporting from the North End. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio, the governor vetoes a major climate change bill that passed during the waning hours of the just completed legislative session. All. The spokesman for the governor says the administration supported many parts of the measure. They were not able to amend the bill because of how waited past in the session. Legislative leaders have said they would re file and pass it again. Helping small businesses in the state deal with the impact of covered 19. The governor says nearly 1600 businesses have received grants totaling more than $78 million. It's the third round of grants awarded since December, 21st. WBC's Carl Stevens takes a look at the latest coronavirus numbers in the state. According to this latest update from the state Department of Public Health Hospitals across the state are at nearly 89% of capacity, non ICU. This comes after an uptick of covert patients. There are 2226 454 in ICUs. The report also shows more than 5500 new cases of the virus, bringing the estimated number of active covert cases in the Commonwealth right now to more than 91,007 Day. Positivity rate is 6.67%. That's the first time we've seen that below seven. Percent in a couple weeks and there are 74 new covert related deaths. Charles Stevens WBC Boston's news radio, M I T Professor gang, Chen has been charged with hiding work he did for the Chinese government will also receiving millions of dollars in U. S federal grant money for his Nano technology research. The FBI's job on of a lotta in applying for these scarce federal grants. We allege Chen failed to disclose that he was acting as an overseas expert on science and technology for the Chinese communist government. After China's consulate office in New York asked him to provide expertise and advice in exchange for financial compensation and awards. Trans attorney says the professor loves the U. S. And looks forward to vigorously defending these allegations. Coming up. Bloomberg Business and Sports Texas billionaire Tilman Fertitta reportedly is looking to take his casino and restaurant empire public by merging it with the so called blank check firm in a nearly $7 billion deal. The new company would include casinos and restaurants under the Golden Nugget and Landry spanners. Taco Bell is working with beyond meat on a plant based menu item that would be tested in the next year. The fast food chain said Beyond meets record of attracting younger customers figured into its decision. Manar builds houses now, with rising prices, putting homeownership out of the reach of many it wants to rent them to, sources say Lenore is laying the groundwork to develop thousands of rental home it plans to raise $2 billion for the venture. Wall Street pulled defeat from the jaws of victory is a late pull back left stocks lower. The Dow Jones industrial Average lost 69, the S and P 500 slipped 14. The NASDAQ composite was down 16. I'm Larry Coe. Ski Bloomberg Business on WBZ Boston's news radio. There.

Boston Chen Governor Charlie Baker North End Massachusetts congressman Seth Moulton WBC professor Tilman Fertitta US Ski Bloomberg Business Washington Afghanistan Karen Regal FBI Department of Public Health Ho Larry Coe Carl Stevens Bloomberg Business
"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of some of the high in the mid forties, but it will feel like the twenties and the thirties. Raining right now In Grafton, where it's 36 degrees 38, south of Town and Plympton, north of Town, 34 in Pelham, New Hampshire. Right now, in Boston. At 705. It's raining and 36. Massachusetts says it will lend a hand for the inauguration next week. Details from WBC's Karen Regal, Massachusetts was asked, and Massachusetts will go, says Governor Charlie Baker, speaking in the North end, we will be sending guard personnel to Washington, D. C is part of the ast part of the force that they're putting together for the inaugural activities up to 500. Members of the guard will go to D. C right now, as congressman Seth Moulton pointed out. Their arm or defending the US capital against domestic terrorists than there are in Afghanistan. Furthermore, upto 500 more will be on standby here in the common wolf. This has happened before. On Election night, For example, guard members were garrisoned but not called to service reporting from the North End. Karen Regal WBZ, Boston's news radio and other New England states, stepping in here is well, including Maine, Rhode Island and New Hampshire. All of those states, announcing they, too, are sending National Guard troops to the capital to help with that security push. After pictures surfaced, Some lawmakers are asking the army to do more to help the National Guard for Station tonight at the capital after photos inside the Capitol building showed members of the National Guard's sleeping on the floor House Appropriations Committee chair Rosa Dolor Oh, and Minnesota Democrat Betty McCollum want the army to respond. They're asking the secretary of the Army to give them cuts to sleep on. Saying they were disappointed to see them sleeping on the floor. CBS is Steve Dorsey in Washington 707 in the Big Apple Tonight. The NYPD is facing a civil lawsuit focused on conduct that some officers allegedly engaged in during the protests after the death of George Floyd this past spring and summer. New York attorney general Letitia James says the police Department, along with Mayor Bill de Blasio, are named in the suit as follows dozens of documented incidents of officers arresting by standards, bystanders, rather using pepper spray and hurting people who pose no threat. I know that many officers have the best intentions to protect New Yorkers. And bring communities together. We have a problem that is bigger than any one officer. This is an institutional systemic problem that must be addressed and a couple from Lincoln, Rhode Island is dead. After a disturbance at their home this morning, police said they were called to the home on Main Street. Right around eight o'clock in the morning. First responders found a woman dead. A man seriously hurt, but the man later died at the hospital. Police are pulling their deaths suspicious. We don't know many details about who they are, but we do know the couple were married, but again, they have not been identified. 70 wait, Let's get over to Bloomberg Business Here's Andrew Day. General Electric says it was cheated out of contracts worth billions of dollars because arrival stole its trade secrets. He has filed a lawsuit against Seaman's Energy of Germany, accusing it a willful and malicious theft of intellectual property related to gas turbines obtained during the bidding process with the public utility in Virginia. Many Wall Street traders think the case for more financial stimulus is now stronger after a shocker. Oven unemployment report a massive spike and jobless claims last week that help stocks moved higher most of the day, but not at the end. Down. Lost 69 NASDAQ fell. 16 has to be down 14 and rode a Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio. Hey, Alexa, play WBZ NewsRadio. No,.

Boston National Guard Massachusetts army North End New Hampshire Karen Regal WBZ Rhode Island Andrew Day WBZ Grafton congressman Seth Moulton Plympton Pelham Governor Charlie Baker Karen Regal WBC Alexa New England Bloomberg
"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Go, says Governor Charlie Baker, speaking in the North end, we will be sending guard personnel to Washington, D. C is part of the Assed part of the force that they're putting together for the inaugural activities up to 500. Members of the guard will go to D. C right now, as Congressman Seth Moulton pointed out their arm or defending the US capital against domestic terrorists than there are in Afghanistan. Furthermore, up to 500 more will be on standby here in the common wolf. This has happened before. On election night, for example. Guard members were garrisoned but not called to service reporting from the North End. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio, Also 50, New Hampshire National Guard members, and as many as 200 from Maine, will be headed to Washington, D. C. Ahead of the presidential inauguration. Airlines are on high alert, increasing security on flights to the nation's capital, saying quote we're all on high alert. CEO Ed Bastian says. Delta Airlines has banning checked firearms on flights to Washington, D C. With only law enforcement officials being exempt from the ban. The move is part of increased security measures ahead of the inauguration. Delta and other airlines stepped up security precautions on flights leaving Washington D C last weekend following the attack on the U. S. Capital and incidents on DC bound flights leading up to the violence. Jim Krystle, a CBS knows where two people are dead in Lincoln, Rhode Island, police, her calling the deaths suspicious. A neighbor called police to a home. In Lincoln this morning about eight o'clock for a disturbance. When police arrived, they found a woman dead. A man then died at the hospital neighbor on scene said she saw the woman alive about seven o'clock this morning and waved her across the street. Neighbors say they are shocked and confused. Now the investigation is on going. Ah, woman was struck and killed by a car last night at the intersection.

Washington Delta Airlines North End Governor Charlie Baker Congressman Seth Moulton New Hampshire National Guard CEO Ed Bastian Lincoln US Afghanistan Karen Regal Jim Krystle Rhode Island Maine Boston CBS
"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"About his thinking about sending the National Guard the nation's first to Washington, D. C. And the governor did confirm to reporters that he would be sending some National Guard members. To Washington, where they will quote support the District of Columbia National Guard during next week's inaugural activities were talking to up a boat up to 500, members of the Massachusetts National Guard will be joining the enormous deployment. They're at the nation's Capitol Congressman Seth Moulton are Seth Moulton noted earlier this week that there are more military people at the nation's Capitol protecting lawmakers than there are in Afghanistan right now, which is an extraordinary observation. Also, the governor is has he has done before. Without the various protests and demonstrations we have seen. Over the last several months, the governor is activating up to 500, more members of the National Guard to support state and local law enforcement here in the state that makes the guard available. What they usually do, Ben, if you recall is ah Make themselves available. Gather. Certain spots in the city and the state. Last time there was a significant event in the state they did not deploy but made themselves available within the city. In the North End. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio about 50, National Guard members from New Hampshire will be headed to D. C as well and main is sending as many as 200 National Guard soldiers. Theo US Secret Service is warning its agents about the need to remain professional during their mission to protect President elect Joe Biden's inauguration. In an internal message obtained by ABC News Secret Service had James Murray said There has been a great deal of hyper charged rhetoric associated with the presidential transition. He reminded agents they are expected to remain civil and professional at all times. And must behave in a nonpartisan manner. The reminder comes has law enforcement agencies investigate some of their own for participation in the riot secret service agents were told to remain above the fray as they carry out the security arrangements for the inauguration. Aaron Kit Risky ABC NEWS New York on initial court appearance today for a New Hampshire man charged in connection with last week's capital riots. Honest Gallagher of Bridgewater, New Hampshire's charged with, among other things, violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. Gallagher's spend released now but ordered to stay away from Washington, D. C. With the next court appearance, a hearing. Scheduled for next week. Two or three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England and we'll drop traffic on the threes. We got some wet roads and Michael problem to the north. Yeah, that's right, Ben. Yeah, we've got problems here. 1 28 North has now locked up over a mile Woburn up into reading. There's a pretty bad crash just before Route. 28, Apparently a vehicle veered off the right side of the highway into Into that wooded area. For some reason, anyways, the right lane is blocked their 1 28 north and reading by route 28. That's the problem. Another issue with 93 North, which is jammed up on the upper deck exiting to Sullivan Square. There's work happening. Looks like utility work. This is Cambridge Street just before Sullivan Square. The left lane is closed there just before those traffic lights, so that's really causing an issue here exiting to Sullivan Square. You probably want to avoid that for now. To the south. Here. The expressway South slow going down past mass. Avon's South Bay, otherwise, and not so bad right now, North bounds. Pretty tough Braintree. Most of the way of passing upon sits circle. Oh, I should mention this in Quincy. Actually, North Quincy. A section of Hancock Street is shut down with the water main break right in front of North Quincy High School. If you're familiar with the area, you know to avoid it. Downtown. The lower deck is okay. The leverage down ramp in the tube in Bridger Fine and the mass turned bikes off to a good start to my king. Deputy busies traffic.

National Guard District of Columbia National Massachusetts National Guard North Sullivan Square Capitol Congressman Seth Moult New Hampshire Washington North Quincy High School North End North Quincy James Murray ABC News Gallagher Quincy Ben Afghanistan Joe Biden Bridger Fine
"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"President Lou refuses to leave office and concede after he's left after his last boat, Electoral College. Um, you know, it's something completely unprecedented. Four people died, including one shot by Capitol police. Larry Sabako at the University of Virginia is the end of the United States being the exemplar of democracy around the world. It's the end. We're not that shining city on the hill. Use Ronald Reagan's phrase anymore. CBS NEWS Special Report. I'm Jennifer Keiper, disturbing and scary Hours, the capital finally cleared and it's back to work after dark in D. C. Members of Congress made their way through the holes back to the capital, flanked by law enforcement officers from multiple agencies. Violence never wins. Freedom winds. This is still the people's house on the Senate floor. Vice President Mike Pence gave a rousing speech as lawmakers reconvened to continue counting electoral votes. Earlier writer stormed the building, breaking through doors and busting Windows. Capitol police drew their weapons that one barricaded door from inside the house, though eventually protesters breached both chambers. Natalie Brand, CBS NEWS Capitol Hill Massa, members of the Massachusetts congressional delegation relay their own personal stories. Congressman Jim McGovern was blunt saying on Twitter quote. This is a terrorist attack on our democracy. Congressman Seth Moulton, a combat veteran, spoke to WBC news radio after being told to shelter in place either energy and this is this is an outright to attempt happening happening right here in the United States of America. This is the kind of thing that kind of assault on democracy that I expected to see when I was a US Marine in a lock. It's not something I ever imagined. Seeing as a United States Congressman here in America, Congressman Stephen Lynch walks through the crowds. And went home. I only live a block and a half away, so I went back. You know, through the crowd to my apartment, and they've asked us all just to stay in place. He said He could feel the tear gas as he went on his way. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio time to digest and process what we witnessed yesterday and that is going to take awhile. Some perspective, though, to help us out unprecedented in this country. It is very dangerous. Political historian James Boy says It's surreal to watch President Trump's supporters Storm the U. S Capitol and breached the floors of the House and Senate things. Of course we've seen in other countries around the world, but everything anybody ever expected to be seen here on the United States. Capitol Boy says President Trump's actions leading up to the Capitol protest border on sedition certainly never seen anything like this. Being accosted by an American president, encouraging both members of Congress on members of the general public to rise up effectively against the will of the people. Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio. Politics, spills into sports, both on the professional and college levels. The U Mass Amherst Men's basketball game against George Washington University postponed In the nation's capital due to protests and a newly invoked six o'clock curfew. Celtics in Miami last night. Both decide to leave the court during warm ups. But both teams decides to play and the Celtics end up with a victory. By the way, the mayor of Washington has extended the nightly curfew beginning at six o'clock every night for the next couple of weeks ending right after The presidential inauguration. 8 20 Sunshine 31 here in Boston. The local community is coming together to leave some generous tips at local restaurants. And it's doing it with technology at a time where restaurant workers air really struggling, Gillian Kaplan of framing him found a way to supersize community support. I had seen this Venmo Challenge on Tic Tac Million is the admin for a popular metro West foodie Facebook group called Chew on this founded by local chef Chiat Cornea. Inco bed the group has grown to over 11,000 members. Last week, she launched the Venmo tip Challenge, asking everyone in the group to donate a small amount towards some serious gratuity. Within two or three days. I had $500.100 percent of that was given in cold, hard cash to pizza by Rocco in Natick, but they're not done yet, Gillian says. They're already banking big bucks to make it a weekly thing sitting at home alone that allows people to be part of something bigger. Your WBZ Boston's news Radio WBZ news radio part.

United States Capitol police Congressman Stephen Lynch Boston Congressman Jim McGovern President Lou CBS Senate president Congress Congressman Seth Moulton President Trump America Vice President Larry Sabako University of Virginia Congressman Gillian Kaplan
"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good morning. I'm done. Huff. Here's what's happening. The takeover of the U. S Capitol by pro Trump supporters yesterday, disrupting the certification of the electoral college results is bringing swift reaction from members of the state's Democratic congressional delegation. Here's WBC's Karen Regal Congressman, Jake often clause was just worn in Sunday. We are going to survive this onslaught against our institution. This is a temper tantrum from Donald Trump. It's pathetic. It is degrading. It's embarrassing for the United States and Congressman Seth Moulton and Afghanistan combat veteran Seems stunned by what he's seeing when the fundamental institutions of our democracy are under assault, not by just protesters, but by domestic terrorists wielding guns. Steps. The United States Capitol We don't have enough law enforcement here to protect us. Molten says he expected to be told to shelter in place as a Marine in Afghanistan. He says he did not expect it as the United States congressman. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio, Molten joining other members of the state's congressional delegation, Congresswoman I Anna Presley and Congresswoman Katherine Clark in calling for President Trump to be removed from office. A statement from Boston's mayor in the City Council, calling the unrest in Washington D. C on fathomable, saying the president has done nothing but Torment this behavior. WBC's Kempton, a cliff checked in with a political analyst, a gauge his reaction to what happened in the nation's capital out of cake waiting to explode on the steps of the state. Capitol. Political historian James Boys calls the protest in Washington D C. Horrifying, dangerous and completely unprecedented boy says President Trump's encouragement of members of Congress and the general public to rise up against the will of the people is an act of sedition when you consider how Tuesday Traded overseas, and you consider how it is that despotic leaders act when their authority is challenged in their timing. Power is coming to an end that level of desperation that they resort to certainly has a second parallels with what it is that President Trump is doing at this time. I'm Tom, a close WBZ Boston's news radio. Now the covert 19 nearly 100 new coronavirus related deaths in the state. Years. WBC's Carl Stevens, the latest daily update from the state Department of Public Health shows 99 New Covad related deaths, bringing that total in the state to 12,563. There are more than 6400 newly confirmed cases of the virus in this report, bringing that number the number of estimated active cases in the state to nearly 80,000 hospitals. Air now at 89% of capacity Statewide, and ICU beds are nearly at 80% of capacity as the number of covert patients in the ICU grows. 442 Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio Coming up Bloomberg business and sports Smart Speakers are bringing radio back into the home and no station forms of home better than.

President Trump WBC Boston United States Molten Karen Regal Trump president Afghanistan Congressman Seth Moulton Carl Stevens Washington Congressman congressman Huff political analyst assault Department of Public Health Jake
"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ability to speak. With the president to, uh um, break through to him. It is concerned about what this means in terms of damage to American democracy, the perception of it three members of the Massachusetts congressional delegation all Democrats, Congressman Seth Moulton, Congresswoman I and a Presley and Congresswoman Katherine Clark, also calling for the president's removal. Former presidents are condemning the deadly violence on Capitol Hill in a statement, Barack Obama saying, quote history will rightly remember Today's violence of the capital incited by a sitting president who has continued to basically lie about the outcome of a lawful election. ABC is Mary Bruce details the message we heard from President elect Joe Biden. What we saw Julie the president elect coming before the nation. Do what the president at the time had not calling for an end to this, he urged President Trump recalled, step up and uphold his oath. And he made it pretty clear that he holds trump responsible, stressing that a president's words matter but by then also tried to reassure Americans that what they're seeing unfold here is simply not what this country stands for. Locally. The Middlesex D. A's office releases the name of a man shot and killed by police above a candy store. They say Michael Conlon of Newton died after refusing to comply with orders to drop his knife. Yesterday afternoon. Make that Monday afternoon. The to Newton officers who fired the fatal shots are on temporary paid administrative leave while the investigation continues. Meantime, tensions running high in Newton after dueling protests at police headquarters. It was an hour long contest of who could be louder on one side..

president Trump Newton Barack Obama Congressman Seth Moulton Joe Biden Congresswoman I ABC Massachusetts Mary Bruce Katherine Clark Michael Conlon Julie Presley
"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Her. Ah, woman shot and killed during the unrest. Vice President Mike Pence, calling the Senate to order tonight, then said today was a dark day in the history of the capital. We condemn the violence that took place here. In the strongest possible terms. We grieve the loss of life. In these hallowed halls. As well as the injuries suffered by those who defended our capital today, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to crying what he called an attempted insurrection, adding the electoral college results will be certified will complete the process the right way. By the book. Will follow. Our presidents are laws. Had our constitution. The letter. And we will certify The winner. The 2020 presidential election. Washington, D C is under an overnight curfew until 6 A.m.. The National Guard is on scene Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, removing the president's video that told rioters to go home because he then repeated false claims the election had been stolen. The AP is Jackie Quinn in Washington, Facebook's vice president of Integrity, said the video contributes to rather than diminishes the risk of ongoing violence. So members of the Massachusetts congressional delegation weigh in On what happened in D. C today, Congressman Seth Moulton calling the storming of the Capitol look, coup attempt either anarchists and this is this is an outright to attend tapping happening right here in the United States of America. This is the kind of thing that kind of assault on democracy that I expected to see when I was a US Marine in a lock. It's not something I ever imagined seeing as a United States congressman You're in America, Molten, joining some other Democratic members of the state's congressional delegation, Congresswoman Diana Presley and Katherine Clark and calling for the president to be removed from office statement from Boston's mayor in the city Council, calling the unrest in Washington unfathomable, adding the president has done nothing but for meant the behavior. Democrats now control the U. S. Senate. With another projected win in Georgia's Senate runoff election, Democrat John Assad projected to have defeated Republican incumbent David Perdue. That call came as Assad's lead grew to more than 27,000 votes, with 98% of the vote total being reported. Assad's win gives Democrats both of the two Senate seats that were up for grabs in Georgia, and it also hands Democrats control of the U. S. Senate in a 50 50 split with Republicans and the tie breaking vote going to Vice President elect Kamila Harris, Marco Malard ABC News more than 6400, newly confirmed covert 19 cases now in the Commonwealth. That's the latest state Department of Public Health Update coming out today showing 99 new deaths, bringing the total to more than 12,560 more than 2400 or hospitalized in Massachusetts, 442 in the ICU 281 on ventilators, the state seven day average positivity rate eight and a quarter percent. No. No. Three checking the roads. Now, the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive.

Vice President U. S. Senate Washington Senate Majority vice president of Integrity United States John Assad Facebook Massachusetts Mike Pence Mitch McConnell America Congressman Seth Moulton Subaru Jackie Quinn assault congressman Georgia
"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Biden says the activity of the protesters who swarmed the Capitol today borders on sedition what we're saying A small number of extremists. Dedicated the lawlessness. This is not descent. Disorder. It's chaos. Borders on sedition. And it must end. Now when Biden, speaking of Wilmington, Delaware, called on the Bob to pull back and allow the work of democracy to go forward. He also works President Trump to go on national television to demand unending to this siege. Meantime, the president calling for peace after protesters stormed the capital, so go home. We love you. You're very special. You've seen what happens. You see the way others air treated that are So bad and so evil. I know how you feel. Go home and go home in peace. That video posted online where the president said there has to be peace and law and order. You says he doesn't want anyone hurt and continued to declare that the election was fraudulent and stolen, adding that his supporters can't play into the hands of opponents. Protesters breach the U. S Capitol after a rally by included the president near the White House, the session of Congress that was a joint session discussing the electoral college votes. Had to be put on hold. While this Saul played out in Washington, Congressman Seth Moulton called into WBC this afternoon and told me he's sheltering in place of the capital build everyone's being evacuated. I'm currently in a perfectly safe location, although It's a meeting. There are no Capitol police in the area to be seen because they're also detained by the What's going on, You know very close by So it's a tenuous situation. This is this is not a not a safe, not a safe situation for the government of the United States. The Anti Defamation League ripping President Trump over the riots at the U. S Capital today. Pro trump activists broke through security barriers and got inside the Capitol, prompting an evacuation of lawmakers who are working to ratify results of the presidential election. The Anti Defamation League put out a statement saying the president is responsible for violence and unrest. A D L C E O Jonathan Greenblatt also called on social media companies to suspend Trump's accounts a sap I'm Tom Roberts protests that state Capitol buildings across the U. S. Is some voice their opposition to the presidential election results. They're calling in the wild protests. Maga march in Sacramento, California supporters of President Trump engaged in shouting matches with counter.

president Trump Biden Bob Congressman Seth Moulton Jonathan Greenblatt Saul U. S Capital United States Delaware Sacramento WBC Congress Wilmington Tom Roberts California White House
"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"congressman seth moulton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In Washington this afternoon. Police in riot gear is well as Help from Virginia's state police trying to quell the situation there, including getting folks out off that building. And the occupation prompted condemnation from all corners of the country, the west part of the capital. There are people on the stairs up there banging on the windows. They're banging on the doors. All I see is a sea of red and blue Trump's eyes waving. These folks are really fired up as a form the capital. At one point as we were walking. We heard people chanting. We took the capital because they wanted to make sure their voices were heard and top Democrats in Congress have demanded. The president ordered his supporters to leave the capital, including Joe Biden, the president elect, who spoke earlier today, calling the protests and assault on the most sacred of American undertakings the doing of the people's business. President Trump did issue a statement video message urging his supporters to go home. Was issued more than two hours after the protesters began. This Congressman Seth Moulton, who was in the U. S Capitol, spoke to me this afternoon as lawmakers evacuated while protesters swarmed in either an arc it and this is this is an outright to attempt have thing happening right here in the United States of America. This is the kind of thing that kind of assault on democracy that I expected to see when I was a US Marine in the lock. It's not something I ever imagined seeing as a United States congressman Here in America and former Congressman Joe Kennedy spoke to CBS and Boston just moments ago, the stuff of Ukraine and he should be impeached off of this. He he just literally crafted a video that essentially ended with your special people. And we love you and talking to people that have incited violence and storms. The U. S. Capitol. So yes, I absolutely agree with him. Do I think that Congressman Lynch's writing that likely that about taking place in the next two weeks is is high. No, I don't. But I do think that there is a message here for every enabler of this president. To say with you. You reap what you saw. And what we've seen over the course of the past several years. Is Republican leadership continuing to say? Well, if we allow this behavior, we get a tax cut. Well, if we allow this behavior we get in judge. Well, if you didn't know that was behavior would get the Supreme Court. This is what happens when you do not have people that will stand up for principle. And just in a couple of our Republican colleagues that have done so I salute them for it. But we need this party. This country needs individuals to stand up and say no. And we're looking for more of them across the Republican side and the US Capitol Today we'll have much more coming up throughout the evening about the ongoing protests and demonstrations in Washington and at the U. S Capitol as police have been moving in. Try to get those protesters who made their way into the U. S. Capitol building out one woman shot inside the Capitol building. Today. Several officers were Injured 508. Let's get a check on Wall Street. Andrew. Oh Dae is at Bloomberg, and we kind of mix things up a little bit today. We did. The flip of the U. S. Senate to Democratic control greatly increases the chance. Another stimulus check is coming. That gave a boost to most stocks. Although the market ended off session highs, the Dow rose 438 to a new record has to be 500, added 21. The NASDAQ, which had shaken off early losses resumed them after the storming of the capital by protesters. It ended down 78. Talking T Mobile US rising and extended trades after the nation's number two wireless provider announced it added the most customers ever. 40 year in 2020 T Mobile says it signed up 1.6 million New.

Congressman Joe Kennedy United States U. S. Capitol President Trump U. S Capitol president Congressman Seth Moulton Washington assault Congressman Lynch Virginia congressman Joe Biden Congress T Mobile Supreme Court America Senate
Ginsburg's Last Wish Was To 'Not Be Replaced Until a New President Is Installed': Report

WBZ Afternoon News

04:24 min | 2 years ago

Ginsburg's Last Wish Was To 'Not Be Replaced Until a New President Is Installed': Report

"Gave her life much of her life to the law and 27 years as a Supreme Court justice, you, Khun! Disagree with how she, you know, ruled on certain things and many, many people have. Ah, but clearly she deserves the respect and obviously the sadness of her passing tonight, which we are hearing. We're goingto like I said, We're going to give you some more. Ah little bit of a taste of some of the statements and people speaking now that have been coming out well, kind of dip that in throughout the rest of the show, But your calls are important, Dawes 617 to 5 for 10 30 Bill is in Watertown. Hi, Bill. Hi. I want total this comment that I made on some of the reports. I've heard that roof skate have been. Ginsberg herself, said that she wishes people would wait until after the election secures the replacement it let's just say, she said that under this current climate I believe she may have said that. But believe me, I feel strongly my opinion that this is a Democratic administration right now. Her her wishes toward the end of her life would have been at this moment. Please rush and replace me with a similarly predisposed justice. The instinct to think that somebody would actually say in some report somewhere I've heard over this flurry of activity the last couple hours. That that she actually said that who cares if she said it? She's smart enough to know that it is the obligation of the reigning majority to fill that seat, and that is their presidential obligation. Fill that See lickety split. That's the way it goes to the victor goes the spoils. This is a function of the president to fill that feat, the president or anybody else. Oh, nobody and any idea apology or duty of etiquette? To slow it down to do anything other than fill that seat as fast as possible. Yeah, well, I mean, I mean from the purest form, Yeah, the Senate is controlled by Republicans. The president is a Republican. And that is that's the way it does Go. I can understand other people saying, Hey, let's calm down and let the you don't look, let the body watch how many times what? How many times you hear this Come up that that Ruth Bader Ginsburg said. Oh, can you wait till until after your watches that nonsense and try to play on this emotion that I don't like the way we are approaching on one of the most Balto elections ever? Is it to be resolved ASAP. Get this replacement the pipeline? Yeah. Oh, I mean, it's going to get the pipeline of me. There's no question the president's going to nominate someone in the Senate is going to vote on it. And there is there is a question a lot of questions out there. We don't know what is going to do well, we all right, there's a strong likelihood, the president you know, the president is gonna nominate someone that's pretty much already been made Clear and The Senate majority leader did say they'll vote on the nomination. So now whether there'll be a lot of stone throwing and other things going on in Washington during that time, that probably will happen, too, but that we know that as of what we're hearing out of Washington that the Senate majority leader has already said that the Senate will vote on the president's nomination, so I think that's a pretty foregone conclusion. Bill. Listen, I appreciate the call. We're going to be up against the news, so I don't want to keep you touching them upon what Bill said. And obviously, Justice Ginsburg nor anyone else on the Supreme Court has spoken to me period in a statement tonight, and there's probably others there's so many statements. I can't possibly read them all to you. So I'll go with the one that I happen to have in front of me that I have spoken from earlier. This is from Congressman Seth Moulton, Massachusetts Congressman Bolton In his statement, he says Justice Ginsburg dying wish was that she not be replaced until a new president is installed. That's it. I'm reading a statement. Now. Bill disagree that she said that on her deathbed, I have no idea. She didn't talk to me about it. She might have said to somebody who then referred it to other people and said, Well, this is what she said. I don't know again. She didn't say to me, but it is in that statement. And I know as Bill mentioned, it's been echoed by others s O that it's what it is. You take it for what it is because we we should report on what people say and that I just did. That's what was said. Not a justice Ginsburg actually saying that I don't know. I just read what it says there. She shouldn't tell me. Get get you up to date on some news and then we'll be back on night side of WDC.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg President Trump Bill Ginsberg Senate Supreme Court Watertown Dawes Congressman Seth Moulton Washington Congressman Bolton Massachusetts
Rep. Seth Moulton of Massachusetts drops out of presidential race

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

Rep. Seth Moulton of Massachusetts drops out of presidential race

"The democratic field of presidential hopefuls continues to shrink today with the exit of Massachusetts congressman Seth Moulton as NPR show on the bandstand tells us mold and hopes to return to Congress after the next cycle molten also says he is re launching his political action committee serve America which pushes for the election of Democrats with service backgrounds the marine corps veteran never gain momentum for his campaign and did not appear in the democratic presidential debates he trailed other candidates by millions of dollars in donations Walton campaigned on a theme of strengthening national defense and has warned in interviews that the Democratic Party is leaning too far to the left and that can make it more difficult to defeat president trump molten join the presidential race late in April when the democratic field what's already crowded with eighteen

Seth Moulton NPR Congress America Walton Democratic Party Massachusetts Congressman Marine Corps President Trump
Massachusetts congressman drops out of presidential race

WBZ Midday News

00:52 sec | 3 years ago

Massachusetts congressman drops out of presidential race

"Well it's not a big political surprise but Massachusetts democratic congressman Seth Moulton is dropping out of the twenty twenty race for the White House he failed to make the cut and every democratic presidential debate in terms of donors and support in the polls WBZ political analyst Jon Keller who never got left off no question about it and you know that's unfortunate he's hardly the only candidate in this multi candidate race who has failed to generate the necessary support next hour molten will make a speech to the DNC's summer meeting in San Francisco to formally announce the end of his campaign and issue a warning about the difficulty of defeating president trump if the Democratic Party were to embrace an overly liberal platform live updates threat out the afternoon here on WBZ news radio and on the I heart

Seth Moulton White House Jon Keller DNC San Francisco Donald Trump Democratic Party Massachusetts Congressman Political Analyst President Trump
Massachusetts congressman drops out of presidential race

Chris Plante

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Massachusetts congressman drops out of presidential race

"Seth Moulton has dropped out of the presidential contest did Mike Vrabel drop out as well my Gravelle drop down if nobody notices when you drop out of the presidential race maybe it's past time to drop out of the presidential race congressman Democrat congressman Seth Moulton of mass odd

Seth Moulton Mike Vrabel Congressman
Bloomberg, Tracy Jonky and Tracy WBZ discussed on WBZ Midday News

WBZ Midday News

03:44 min | 4 years ago

Bloomberg, Tracy Jonky and Tracy WBZ discussed on WBZ Midday News

"Once again to check Wall Street with Tracy jonky at Bloomberg good afternoon Tracy Good afternoon art investors clear path to trade with China for big. Industrial companies at. Least Boeing three and Caterpillar and United. Technologies are. At. The top of the Dow's gain. Is up one hundred forty three points about half a percent to. Twenty five thousand four forty nine NASDAQ's up forty nine points SAP's up sixteen and. The Bloomberg WBZ New England index is rising almost one percent they're talking about resuming trade talks Bloomberg news reports the US and Chinese officials are looking for. Ways to re-engage in negotiations. Trade tensions may have held back spending. On, pricey durable goods like appliances in June but consumer spending on services rebounded and the Commerce Department reports consumer spending overall increased in June by four tenths percent that was. Fueled by incomes that grew to. Match business reports, dating, thirty eight past the hour I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business. On WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty thank you Tracy WBZ news time is two ten. And here, we We go again Facebook says it has found dozens of. New fake accounts and pages that, are trying to influence this year's midterm elections Facebook says it is disabled thirty to Facebook and Instagram accounts company officials said they have not been able to link those accounts to Russia US intelligence officials have said Russian agents try to influence the outcome of. The two thousand. Sixteen presidential election President Trump tweets. That three d. plastic guns being sold to the public doesn't seem to make much sense. So he's looking into it nine states are suing, the Trump administration over its decision, to allow a Texas company to publish downloadable blueprints for a three d. printed gun it takes effect tomorrow CBS's Tony dokoupil says opponents worry that a plastic gun is undetectable by metal detectors doesn't have a serial. Number and requires. No background checks incredibly controversial because on. One side. You. Have people saying this is an, invitation to criminals A. Terrorist, bad people of every stripe and on the other side of the conversation you have second amendment absolutist saying this is. Our guarantee that no one will ever be able to curtail. The second amendment in this country it is our right Senator Ed Markey is. Among the Democrats responding to, the president's, tweet about allowing designs for three d printed guns to be posted, online No MR, president it doesn't make any sense and it doesn't make any sense the yard Justice department. And your State Department agreed. To make three d guns available to the public Massachusetts congressman Seth Moulton and Rhode Island's David Cecil Leany are introducing a Bill today that. Would ban the three. D. printing of plastic, firearms WBZ news time is to eleven and. It's time now for sports Tiger Woods is going to play in the Dell technologies championship over Labor Day, weekend that TPC Boston, in Norton that's according to a Globe report a formal announcement is. Expected today and now with more on sports WBZ's Adam Kaufman in, the ticket dot com sports studio the MLB leading Red Sox try for their fifth straight win tonight when they host. The Phillies, at seven but they'll need. Some help from struggling south Padre Pomeranz to, get them there the left is, just one in four with a six ninety one ERA and he's allowed at least four runs each of. His last four games in fact bomber ends is given up twenty one runs his last twenty one innings drew this is in the wake of a seventeen. Win season what's. Going on having a month or whatever on the deal you know coming back and, threw the ball pretty well you know three eighty seven pitches and may two bad, pitches, but,.

Bloomberg Tracy Jonky Tracy Wbz Facebook President Trump Phillies Adam Kaufman United States Tracy Good Boeing Commerce Department Senator Ed Markey Padre Pomeranz State Department China Texas Tiger Woods
Us, Attorney and Senator Ted Cruz discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea

Nightside with Dan Rea

01:37 min | 4 years ago

Us, Attorney and Senator Ted Cruz discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea

"The fight over the president's zero tolerance border immigration policies white house press secretary sarah sanders he's called on democrats in congress to work with him let's fix this problem the president is trying to kick the can down the road he's actually trying to work with congress to get real solutions and to fix the problem that's what we're doing congressman seth moulton blaming the trump administration for the separation of families this is the administration's fault it's something that vacant end in the next hour it's disgusting it's unamerican it's the opposite of family values and it's gotta stop texas republican senator ted cruz says he's introducing emergency legislation intended to keep migrant families together immigration attorney marisha franco and accusing finger at those who bring the kids with them the blame is with the parent the so called parents bringing the kids here and by the way on that piece of the information there's been over three hundred percent wise adults bringing unrelated children to the border the franko limestone on nightside with dan rae noting what's going on reported is the eight thousand kids the us has already taken in they're not in detention she says they're in homes around the country president trump directing the trade representative to prepare new tariffs on two hundred billion dollars in chinese imports as the nation's move closer to a potential trade war president saying the new tariffs at a ten percent rate are retaliation against china should it go through with its plan tariffs on fifty billion worth of us exports wbz news time nine oh three traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on.

United States Attorney Senator Ted Cruz Texas Press Secretary White House China Representative President Trump Dan Rae Finger Marisha Franco Seth Moulton Congressman Congress Sarah Sanders Two Hundred Billion Dollars Three Hundred Percent