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"connor finnegan" Discussed on KGO 810
"Benefits for those affected. Andrew and Tomorrow is a New York City firefighters and first responders at ground Zero. Effects are long going and everybody said never forget, And if they don't want to fund this bill that they've forgotten while the terrorist attacks killed nearly 3000 people, officials now believe more than that number have died since from 9 11 related illnesses. Dave Packer. ABC NEWS New YORK President Biden will visit all three terror attacks sites tomorrow he won't speak. But tonight releasing recording on Twitter with a message for those who are remembering losses, America and the world commemorate you and your loved ones. Pieces of your soul. We honor all those who risked and gave their lives in the minutes hours, months and years after its president Biden, also calling on Americans to come together to recapture the national unity after the attacks. The Daily average number of Covid deaths in the U. S has climbed to about 1100 a big jump in the past month. Russia accuses American Tech companies of election meddling maybe sees Connor Finnegan. Russia has been pressuring social media giants like Twitter over content critical of the Kremlin, Russian state media says. US. Ambassador John Sullivan was summoned on Friday meeting with Russia's deputy foreign minister. And presented with quote, irrefutable evidence of election interference. The State Department says the two met and discussed a wide range of issues after busy week in court for the January 6th investigation. Approximately 10% of the rioters who were arrested for taking part In the insurrection of now pled guilty to the charges against them, according to an ABC News tally. You're listening to ABC News myth versus fact, No, it's not a myth Long Covid..
Afghanistan Conflict: As Kabul Falls, Biden Backlash Grows
"Such a fast takeover of Afghanistan by the Taliban, the Biden administration coming under criticism, thousands of Americans and others will be evacuated, say the state and defense departments. Pictures of the airport in Kabul show the tarmac crowded with people. ABC is Connor Finnegan in Washington. All US personnel have been safely evacuated from the U. S embassy in Kabul. The facility has shuttered diplomats are now at Kabul airport, where the majority will be evacuated. A small core Group, including Ambassador Ross Wilson plan to stay behind ABC News chief Global Affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz talk with the outgoing US commander in Afghanistan. What Scott Miller was most upset about is there was no planning. For getting the contractors out, forgetting the interpreters out for getting those people out who helped Americans for 20 years and are now in terrible, terrible danger. Members of Congress were briefed on the phone by the State Department, says ABC News Congressional correspondent Rachel Scott on that call several lawmakers growing frustrated outraged over this. Republican leader Kevin McCarthy called it an embarrassment to our nation. He is now requesting another briefing immediately from members of Congress. Total earthquake
Russian disinformation campaign working to undermine confidence in Covid-19 vaccines used in US
"The U. S. Is again accusing Russia of spreading disinformation about the pandemic, this time about the effectiveness to to US made vaccines. Russia's intelligence agencies are at the heart of the descent folk campaign, according to a State Department spokesperson. The agency's global engagement center, which combats propaganda identified four online outlets, saying they have spread falsehoods to undermine confidence in the Madonna and five Vaccines. The U. S accused. The outlets have also lying about protest, military conflict and more. Connor Finnegan
US diplomats sign 'dissent cable' to protest Trump
"American diplomats have signed a dissent Cable to call on the State Department to censure President Trump for his false claims about election fraud and the violence on Capitol Hill. A. B C's Connor Finnegan covers the State Department. To send cables or rare a special way for diplomats to protest U. S policy directly the leadership. The cable called on the department to quote explicitly denounce President Trump's role in this violent attack on the U. S government. And added quote No one. Not even the president is above the law or immune from public criticism. Secretary of state. Pompeo condemned the violent mob on Wednesday but has not mentioned his boss. Connor Finnigan, ABC NEWS Washington
"connor finnegan" Discussed on WTVN
"New cases reported yesterday. The biggest increase yet more than 65,000 Americans now hospitalized an all time high in New York. The governor is imposing at 10 P.m. curfew for restaurants, bars and gyms and gatherings and private homes will now be Minted to 10 People in Illinois. Four suburban Chicago counties now face new restrictions on restaurants to stop the spread. ABC is Kenneth Mountain President Trump still not conceding the election and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo following his lead, publicly rejecting that the 2020 presidential election has been decided. Now it's having a real impact on President elect Joe Biden's transition team. ABC is Connor Finnegan has more. The State Department has not assisted Joe Biden's team with calls from U. S allies or pass along congratulatory messages from other world leaders. Like other federal agencies. It won't treat Biden as president elect until a little known department. The General Services Administration certifies that he is Instead, Secretary Pompeo called Trump's political ambassadors to say there's still work to do unusual call that excluded career diplomats. Connor Finnegan, ABC News All of this coming as President elect Joe Biden lays out more of his plan for the transition of power in Washington, naming his chief of staff, Ron claim he worked his Biden's chief of staff win. Joe Biden was vice president. Tropical storm Edda slamming into Florida this morning 65 mile per hour winds churning up the state's West Coast, ABC senior meteorologist Rob Marciano was in Tampa Western Florida's been getting slammed with heavy rain when obviously.
"connor finnegan" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"States from coast to coast getting off new highs, hospitals and several states running low on staff 144,000 new cases reported yesterday. The biggest increase yet more than 65,000 Americans now hospitalized an all time high in New York. The governor is imposing at 10 P.m. curfew for restaurants, bars in gyms and gatherings and private homes will now be limited to 10. People in Illinois for Suburban Chicago counties now face new restrictions on restaurants to stop the spread. ABC is Kenneth Molten President Trump still not conceding the election and secretary of State Mike Pompeo following his lead, publicly rejecting that the 2020 presidential election has been decided. Now it's having a real impact on President elect Joe Biden's transition team. ABC is Connor Finnegan has more. The State Department has not assisted Joe Biden's team with calls from U. S allies or pass along congratulatory messages from other world leaders. Like other federal agencies. It won't treat Biden as president elect until a little known department, the General Services Administration certifies that he is instead, secretary Pompeo called Trump's political ambassadors to say there's still work to do. Unusual call that excluded career diplomats counterfeiting in ABC News all of this coming as President elect Joe Biden lays out more of his plan for the transition of power in Washington, naming his chief of staff On claim he worked his Biden's chief of staff when Joe Biden was vice president. Drop of all storm Edda slamming into Florida this morning 65 mile per hour winds churning up the state's west Coast. ABC senior meteorologist Rob Marciano was in Tampa Western.
"connor finnegan" Discussed on KOMO
"Beyond ABC's Connor Finnegan is in New York he's on our komo news line right now kind of good morning good morning Amanda do we know anything specific about what the president will say today. no the way in giving us too much of a preview but as you said you know he will address Iran and I think really hammer home the the merits as he sees it as his maximum pressure campaign against Iran the administration argues that it is working that it is you know it is taking a bite out of her on to Khan to meet is putting pressure on Iran's leadership you know critics would say that it's actually doing the the opposite of its intended effect that Iran has increased its bad behavior in the region because of that pressure campaign but he ministration hopes to drive around to the negotiating table by by weakening it economically and I think he has helped out that message he's also going to be getting broadly about the merits of of the US system at you know in an increasingly autocratic world with some increasing autocratic governments around the world I think he'll he'll tout the the US system you know whether or not you think he is the best example of it is an argument I think to be made but he'll also address religious freedom would have been a top priority for the administration this week at the General Assembly we know that Iran's president and the foreign minister are both there is there any possibility that they'll be meeting with president trump. I don't think at this point in time it's going to be likely to president trump said last month that he was open to it that he'd like to meet president Rouhani but the Iranians have consistently said since then that it won't happen unless the U. S. releases some pressure on them unless the U. S. diss the sanctions against Iran a colleague of mine was able to ask around foreign minister yesterday will president Rouhani around me president trump he very emphatically said no. is there anything else we expect to make headlines today from the General Assembly. it is it is it is it is take off of of the speeches today which is obviously a very important day and we'll hear from a lot of important leaders you know some of whom will be addressing the General Assembly for their first time British prime minister Boris Johnson who is in battle than this guy controversy back home on breaks it in and his his ask of the queen to dissolve parliament he'll be addressing the General Assembly as well along with some other European leaders a menu on the crown of France another key US allies sections of our base of Japan moon J. and of of South Korea at the end they all have the chance really to speak on the world stage in two to make an argument about what their country is doing what role they can play and where they hope to see the world go Conor thanks for your time this morning we appreciate it maybe she's Connor Finnigan with us from New York and he mentioned British prime minister Boris Johnson he has just experienced a major blow the Britons Britain's highest court ruling today the Johnson's decision to suspend parliament for five weeks in the crucial countdown to brexit deadline was illegal it was a unanimous strongly worded judgment declaring the order to suspend parliament called void and of no effect Johnson reacting by saying he will abide by the High Court ruling Porter Rico and the Virgin Islands.
"connor finnegan" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"ABC news on President Trump has sent North Korean dictator Kim Jong UN I Twitter invite to rendezvous at the DMZ, President Trump saying he just wants to meet up and shake Kim Jong UN's hand at the Korean demilitarized zone despite Kim, so far not living up to his agreement year ago to denuclearize North Korea. It's good to get along, because frankly, if I didn't become president, you'd be right now in a war with North Korea, you'd be having a war right now with North Korea relationship has an ended North Korea's nuclear or missile threat. Andy Field, ABC news. President Trump is at the g twenty seven in Japan where he next meets with China's President European countries have created a payment system to facilitate some forms of trade with Iran. It was a last minute. Move to keep Iran in the nuclear deal, the European Union special financial vehicle to bypass US. Sanctions is finally online, processing transactions with Iran to give it some of the economic benefit that it was. Promise from the deal, Iran's deputy foreign minister called it a positive step, but said his country was still not satisfied Connor Finnegan ABC news, the State Department in a fifty to forty vote, the Senate has blocked in effort to restrict President Trump from funding a military strike on Iran without congressional approval for GOP senators broke ranks voting in favor of the amendment, but supporters still fell short of the sixty votes needed to amend the massive defense Bill, the Senate passed this week. A similar bipartisan amendment is up for consideration in the house. President Trump, though has stated he believes he does not need congressional approval to carry out a military strike on Iran ABC's, Monaco, Serology in Chicago. Former vice president Joe Biden addressed Reverend Jesse Jackson's rainbow push coalition. One day after a confrontation over his civil rights record at the democratic presidential debate, a man accused of killing his wealthy father for cutting his allowance has been convicted of murder with a New York jury rejecting his insanity defense. You're listening.
"connor finnegan" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Left the Trump rally, and I am pumped President Trump packed that arena at tight, if you didn't do anything for President Trump last year you better gate on it. Now back in Washington. Former toppy to President Trump. Hope Hicks will testify behind closed doors for the House Judiciary committee. The White House is sending her with a lawyer and his said it will use executive privilege, stop her from answering certain questions string of mysterious deaths. If the Dominican Republic resorts, getting a lot of tension. But the government says they don't see anything out of the ordinary least eight Americans have died under mysterious medical circumstances in the. Last year at resorts in the Dominican Republic. But the department said Lee Tuesday, there's been no unusual uptick in the number of deaths. The US embassy is monitoring Dominican authorities ongoing investigations with yet be I sing with toxicology reports now that's reporter Connor Finnegan said over two point seven million Americans visit the Dominican Republic every year domestic violence from years ago is coming to light his acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan leaves the Pentagon Shanahan pulled his name from consideration for confirmed appointment as defense chief the Washington Post report, Shanahan's ex wife was arrested several years ago for allegedly punching him in the face trying to send his clothes on fire. I did you get lost on Tuesday after Google calendar crashed. Well, it went shortly after ten users attempting to check their schedules were greeted by four oh, four air page, prompting a flurry of complaints from people who found themselves lost without their cyber daytime or two hours after the calendar was finally restored. The giant finally spoke up, but failed to offer an explanation saying only that the. Outage was legitimate. And part of our migration, morally news ninety six point five WDBO, not.
"connor finnegan" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Police activity there between eighth and ninth on Vermont apparently man's barricaded man, who they believe is armed barricaded an business. Their police were called the area on a report that someone was shot and person a suspect fled on foot the site where this standoff is currently happening. We'll stay on top of it bring you any additional information. We have more on that cult story that we told you about a guy who ended up living in his daughter's college apartment, and then basically creating a cult out of her room mates will explain that whole story in a bit. It's really to pray. It's disgusting to get through that. But we start with the big international story of the day. And that is this ongoing violent fight between opposition protesters in Venezuela up against the security forces that are loyal to the socialist. President of Venezuela nNcholas Maduro joining us from the State Department Connor Finnegan covering this ABC news end for KFI in Connor. What is the latest? That has appeared that things have have not boiled over yet on the streets of Caracas. Gary they happened escalated to a certain level of violence with a certain number of death. But this is some of the most dramatic fighting. We've seen on the streets of Caracas in months as you said, the opposition leader one Widodo and his supporters are taken to the streets saying that they now have enough military support within the country to challenge nNcholas Maduro and calling on him to step down from power Medeiros still refusing to do that the the majority of security forces seem to still be loyal to him. We've heard conflicting reports about that. But we've seen violence ready. You know, armored vehicles running over some of these protesters to use of live gunfire. Again. We don't have a death toll rating like that. But this is dramatic esclation in what's been months of tension. That is the first time I've heard about the gun fire. I did read that there have been about fifty two people injured most of them from the result of rubber bullets. I I. I have heard of gunfire. Didn't know that they were into live rounds at this point. There's been of some live rounds between some of the military who've now come out to support one Guido and the security forces. Whereas we said remain loyal to nNcholas Maduro unclear if there's been any fatalities because of that or if they're shooting into the air to scare off one another, but confirmed reports of yes live gunfire on the ground. What happens to Guido if he is unsuccessful in this is their immediately. I don't wanna say a price put on his head. But a price on his head. You know, there's been a price on his head for for period of time now, but I think what has kept nNcholas Maduro. From arresting him is two things. First he doesn't want to make a martyr out of him and an increase of the popular support for him among Venezuelans. The second thing is really the red line at the Trump administration has drawn. They've said repeatedly that any harm done to him or his senior advisors. Would you know cause some sort of esscalation in the US position? It's unclear what that would actually look like, and whether or not, you know, the US would would take such a bold step as to use some sort of force in Venezuela. But they've made clear that they stand by one way as legitimate leader of the country, and therefore he cannot be harmed. Is there an official position of the United States on this in terms of what we as a country are putting out there. Our which side we've chosen we've been backing one Guido for for a couple of months now, he's the president of the. Position controlled national assembly. And after elections last year where nNcholas Maduro claim to win power again. But we're really marred by reports of inaccuracies, and and you know, other other violations the national assembly said that we are now the only legitimately elected body within the country the USS supported that position. And so in January one way and the opposition took the step to call him the interim president because nNcholas Maduro had violated the constitution the US. And now over fifty countries has supported one Guido in that and said, you know, he is the only leader left in the country, and therefore he should lead a transition back to democracy. When more of this upheaval went on it looks like we kind of washed our hands of and Walea and Russia moved in what benefit do they get from? That is it is it about oil and all. It's definitely about oil. You know, the state owned oil company in Venezuela has strong ties to Russia. Venezuela has some the largest oil reserves in the world if not be largest, but their production capacity has dramatically decreased over the last few years because of the economic mismanagement because of the corruption and sew Russia's still wants a stake in that. But I think part of this is also about exerting their influence on the world stage period. You know, this is an area where the US claims to have control the Monroe doctrine, the, you know, the leading power in the western hemisphere. I think for Russia. This is also about being a bit of a thorn in the side of the US. It's just a mess. Now. The we're still a couple of hours away, maybe two and a half three hours away from from sunset there. Is there an expectation that this is going to get worse as we see nightfall, you know, talking to you as fficials here the State Department. It's really unclear what happens next we spoke to special envoy Elliot Abrams who's been the administration's point person on this. And he told us the situation on the ground is confused. They've got really conflicting reports in particular about how much military now how much support one way now has and whether or not enough rank and file are defecting from Madeira and joining him, I think as this gets down to sunset, you're right. We could see more violence. We could also perhaps the a bit of a period of quiet before mass protests. Tomorrow's supposed to be major made a protest led by one Guido and his supporters, and then again, you know, the risk of escalate. Asian. All right. Connor we preach at your time. Thank you. Thanks, Gary and Shannon, Connor Finnegan there from the State Department where he's getting some of the latest information about our take on all of this the the director of medical center. There says they're treating fifty patients, and thankfully, they do have enough medical equipment medical supplies at cetera. Because of recent donations from organizations like the Red Cross that have been able to get in get have been allowed to come in and bring supplies across the borders. But this if it continues at this point, minor skirmishes, no, you know, no large volleys of gunfire on both sides, but still the very real potential that this thing explodes in the next couple of hours. It looks like a swat team has responded to that situation in Koreatown, according to FOX eleven there is barricaded suspect inside the store. Officers responded the seventh and Vermont after reports of a shooting the shooting victim is reportedly in stable condition. However, the armed suspect ran into a dollar store. So. There are customers and employees inside that store. All right, lay the groundwork for this story that we're going to tell you about when we come. We come back. Larry Ray was a friend of former NYPD Commissioner Bernie Kerik remember that. He was the fact the best man of Bernie Kerik wedding. Larry Ray was the guy who eventually flipped on Bernie Kerik and exposed him later for corruption. Now, Larry Ray says that Bernie Kerik and his family have concocted a story about his actions over the last ten years or so which paints Larry in a horrible life is ally. I hope this is a story. But wait, but wait, but wait, there's more. Well, first of all if you're a grown ass, man. And you got to move into your college age daughters apartment with her and her roommates. Things are going to go wrong. Yeah. That's never a good idea. I racked. My brain all days since you told me about this story of when is it? Okay. To move in with your daughter and her college roommates, and I've come up with nothing temporarily one week now kicked me out. Absolutely not. Moving into a hotel. Well, my daughter loves me. She wants me to be okay. She doesn't want you in her house with their friends. I'll tell you that right now. We'll explain we come back. Plus your chance at one thousand dollars coming up. Gary and Shannon will continue an update from the newsroom with the Chris little US official says an army veteran who converted to Islam and is accused of plotting terrorist attacks and so Cal was demoted and discharged from the military for a serious offense, a beluga whale possibly trained by the Russian military is so tame is leading Norwegians Pettitte the beluga showed up last week wearing a harness with a camera mount fishermen removed. The harness local say the beluga is so friendly. It's swims to the dock when called when theory is the whale was trained to be a Russian spy and the Catholic diocese of Sacramento is releasing an updated list of priests and deacons accused of sexually abusing children the.
"connor finnegan" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Lanka are blaming a series of bomb? Blasts that killed more than two hundred people today on religious extremists ABC's, David Wright has more from the foreign desk. Sri. Lankan officials have declared a dusk to dawn curfew and briefly cut off access to social media across the country. Their hope was to make it harder for the bombers to coordinate and also harder for angry people to retaliate. At least twelve suspects are in custody. Several Americans were killed ABC's. Connor Finnegan has more on the US government's response from Washington. The US embassy will be closed Monday. Although officials will continue to provide consular assistance to Americans in need secretary of the US stands with tree government. And blamed the attack on quote, radical terrorists. No group has claimed responsibility yet President Trump tweeted, the US stand ready to help. It's the deadliest incident injury Lanka since twenty six year. Civil war ended in two thousand nine Brian Clark ABC news. Would you be I- investigates? States twenty nine officer involved shooting this year in this case has suspected peeping. Tom was killed by Athens. Clarke county police a DUI suspect is due in court, Monday morning, accused of leading state trooper on a high speed chase on the downtown connector that ended in a crash that killed a Florida, man. A settlement payout of more than a half mother rather more than a quarter of a million dollars ends a reverse sex. Discrimination lawsuit filed against Fulton County district attorney Paul Howard baseball Braves over the Indians eleven to five AAA Durham bulls beat the Gwinnett stripers seven to six WSB news time three thirty two.
"connor finnegan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Online communication could have unforced seen circumstances including media censorship lawmakers in the UK vote down amendment by a single vote. That would have allowed them to leave the EU without a deal on April. The twelfth speaker of the house, John Burke out cast, the tiebreaking vote in accordance with precedent. And on the principal letting pulled decisions should not be taken except to buy a machine. I cost my face with the nose. The vote followed talks between Prime Minister, Theresa may and labor party leader. Jeremy Corbyn to try to break, the Brexit stalemate. There's growing concern about North Korea's next move. It's been over a month since the Hanoi summit between President Trump and Kim Jong ended without a deal. We get more from ABC's Connor Finnegan North Korea has halted to inter-korean project since the summit refusing to respond to the south outreach. According to a senior South Korean official, the US and South Korea are also monitoring North Korean missile engine test site rebuilt in recent weeks. The South Korean official told ABC news sites functionality has not been confirmed. But the US has warned that any launch would be a provocation imperilling future nuclear talks, Connor Finnegan. ABC news the demilitarized zone Korea. One of three men charged in and online hoax that led to a shooting death by. I police has pleaded guilty. The gamer who lives in Ohio was upset over a dollar fifty bet in an online game of call of duty when he recruited another player to make a false emergency. Call that led police to a home in Wichita, Kansas. The online prank is known as swatting in. This instance, the homeowner who was not involved in the dispute was shot and killed when he opened his door nineteen year old Casey Viner of north college hill, high will be sentenced in June another gamer involved in the tragedy has been sentenced to twenty years in prison. A third gamer will go to trial next month. Kent Barton ABC news, Saint Louis. John Kapoor and executives with Arizona-based incised therapeutics all on the hot seat accused of creating a company culture that put profits above treatment to juice sales of a highly addictive painkiller. The case centers on the drug sites, which the feds say was used in a bribery system to pay off doctors to prescribe the treatment to boost sales and put money in their pockets. Prosecutors said. Kapur also sought to defraud insurers into paying for subsidise. Kapoor and the other defendants in the case have all pleaded not guilty.
"connor finnegan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Action to keep migrants from entering the US illegally. They don't stop them with closing the border. They'll close it. We'll keep a close for a long time. I'm not playing games the president, directing the US to cut all foreign assistance to Central American countries as well. ABC's Connor Finnegan has more than Trump has threatened to pull funding for what's known as the northern triangle for months, but late Friday, the State Department confirmed the US would end foreign assistance to all three countries. Trump hinted at the move earlier in the day, we were paying them tremendous amounts of money, and we're not paying them anymore. Well, Trump blames the impoverished nations for migration US officials, including his own senior advisors has spent years touting American assistance as crucial to stopping migrants from leaving by improving the economy battling corruption in eliminating violence. Connor Finnegan ABC news New York running up against the clock. British lawmakers once again, rejecting Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan on Friday from the European Union. ABC's Jillian MacFarlane. Is in London. British Prime Minister Theresa may anti-government a trying to find a way to salvage the UK's Brexit process after a week of political disarray, March twenty ninth twenty nine thousand nine has been date set for Britain's exit from the EU put into force two years ago when parliament voted to trigger the process for leaving. But after a series of votes against May's deal and lost itch extension to the deadline granted by the EU. There is now a very little time remaining the UK to decide its options that date now, April twelfth protests and unrest along the Gaza. Israeli border. Gaza's health ministry says a Palestinian teen has been killed by his Rayleigh fire during an ongoing mass protests at the perimeter. You're listening to ABC news. Arizona's.
"connor finnegan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Four degrees and cloudy in Boston at seven thirty. Good morning. I'm art Cohen. And here's what's happening. President Trump says he's not kidding around. He wants to Mexico to immediately halt all illegal immigration or he will shut down the southern border next week. The president's speaking in Florida yesterday, and if they don't stop them with closing the border, they'll close we'll keep a close for a long time. I'm not playing games. The president has also ordered all USA to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras stopped because he says they are not doing enough to stop illegal immigration ABC's. Connor Finnegan covers the State Department. President Trump has threatened to pull funding for what's known as the northern triangle for months, but late Friday, the State Department confirmed the US would end foreign assistance to all three countries. Trump hinted at the move earlier in the day, we were paying them tremendous amounts of money, and we're not paying them anymore. Well, Trump blames the impoverished nations for migration US officials, including his own senior advisors has been years touting American assistance as crucial to stopping migrants from leaving by improving the. Connie battling corruption and eliminating violence. Connor Finnegan ABC news, New York. The president says the amount of money involved is about a half a million dollars. Although it is not clear if that number is accurate. We now know a young girl from Guatemala died while in US border patrol custody last, December ABC's Chuck Sivertsen reports fast progressing, bacterial infection in her lungs. Adrenal gland liver and spleen caused organ failure killing seven-year-old Jacqueline. Call mckean. Last December eighth says the autopsy report from the Paso county, Texas, medical examiner's office over a day before she was detained by border patrol agents with her father and over one hundred other Guatemalan migrants congresswoman Tina Smith, Minnesota democrat is unacceptable for this. Great country. White House deputy press secretary HOGAN Gidley says Jeffs were preventable. If migrants acted the right way the league away to children died in border patrol custody in December Chuck Sivertsen. ABC news. Attorney general William Barr says congress will have a copy of the mullahs report by mid April. After the Justice department makes what it considers appropriate reductions, meanwhile, the president continues to declare himself vindicated based on a Torney general bars four page summary of. The report ABC's. Serena Marshall reports from Washington, according to bars summary Muller did clear the president luge with Russia, but he did not reach a determination on whether the president obstructed Justice. In fact, it stated the special counsel states that well this report does not conclude that the president committed a crime it also does not exonerate him. There's many still unanswered questions will finally be answered in mid April. When the four hundred page long reports expected to finally be released. There will be reductions. But Barr says there is no plan to get the president sign off. Serena Marshall, ABC news, Washington, Massachusetts, Senator Elizabeth Warren will be among several Democrats making their case to rural voters in Iowa. Today. She will be joined by Minnesota's Amy klobuchar. Both are attending the heartland forum in storm lake and they're both offering proposals designed to help rural communities. Democrats are well aware that they need to do more to win over rural voters, especially in places like Iowa. Which has trended more solidly Republican over the past two election cycles cherry blossoms ahead here on WBZ. Seven thirty three. It's time for traffic.
"connor finnegan" Discussed on WTVN
"From ABC news. Michelle Franson raising the stakes and the rhetoric President Trump telling reporters Friday hill, close the southern border of Mexico does not stop the flow of migrants to the US border. They don't stop with closing the border. They'll close we'll keep a close for a long time. I'm not playing games the president directing the US to cut all foreign assistance to Central American countries blasting Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala for not doing enough. He says to stop illegal immigration ABC's, Connor Finnegan is at the State Department. President Trump has threatened to pull funding for what's known as the northern triangle for months, but late Friday, the State Department confirmed the US would end foreign assistance to all three countries. Trump hinted at the move earlier in the day, we were paying them tremendous amounts of money, and we're not paying them anymore. Well, Trump blames the impoverished nations for migration US officials, including his own senior advisors has spent years touting American assistance as crucial to stopping migrants from leaving by improving the economy. Battling corruption and eliminating violence. Connor Finnegan ABC news, New York, Prime Minister, Theresa may in Britain suffering another embarrassing defeat in parliament over her Brexit deal. Friday, the thousands of pro Brexit demonstrators taking to the streets. Friday demanding lawmakers approve a deal to leave the European Union ABC senior foreign correspondent, Ian panel tells us what's next now three main possibilities leaving without to deal, which could be disastrous for the country. No, Brexit or more delay..
"connor finnegan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"They don't stop them with closing the border, they'll close we'll keep a close for a long time. I'm not playing games. The president has also ordered all USA to El Salvador Guatemala and Honduras stopped because he says they're not doing enough to stop illegal immigration ABC's. Connor Finnegan covers the State Department. President Trump has threatened to pull funding for what's known as the northern triangle for months, but late Friday, the State Department confirmed the US would end foreign assistance to all three countries. Trump hinted at the move earlier in the day, we were paying them tremendous amounts of money, and we're not paying them anymore. Well, Trump blames the impoverished nations for migration US officials, including his own senior advisors has been years touting American insistence as crucial to stopping migrants from leaving by improving the economy battling corruption and eliminating violence. Connor Finnegan ABC news, New York. The president says the amount of money involved. Is about half a million dollars. Although it's not clear if that number is accurate attorney general William Barr says congress will have a copy of the Miller report by mid April. After the Justice department makes what it considers appropriate reductions, meanwhile, the president continues to declare himself vindicated based on attorney bars for page summary of the report ABC's Serena Marshall reports from Washington, according to bars summary Muller did clear the president uncle losing with Russia, but he did not reach a determination on whether the president obstructed Justice. In fact, it stated the special counsel states that well this report does not conclude that the president committed a crime it also does not exonerate tem. There's many still unanswered questions will finally be answered in mid April. When the four hundred page long report is expected to finally be released. There will be reductions. But Barr says there is no plan to get the president sign off. Serena Marshall, ABC news, Washington, Massachusetts, Senator Elizabeth war. Warren will be among several Democrats making their case to rural voters in Iowa. Today. She will be joined by Minnesota's Amy klobuchar. Both are attending the heartland forum in storm lake and they both are offering proposals. Designed to help rural communities. Democrats are well aware that they need to do more to win over rural voters, especially in places like Iowa, which has trended more solidly Republican over the past two election cycles. It's five thirty as it's time. Now for a Bloomberg business minute hopes for a trade deal with China helped to boost stocks and investors were anxious to buy shares of lift first big technology. Listening of twenty nine thousand nine Wall Street closed out a strong first-quarter with Friday gains. The Dow Jones industrials rose two hundred eleven points or eight tenths percent..
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"The State Department says all US embassy staff have left Venezuela and officials are warning American citizens still in the country to get out. Now, here's ABC's Connor Finnegan with more US sins and Venezuela are strongly urged to leave with the State Department listing as a level four do not travel country on par with Syria or North Korea. But commercial flights are starting to stop as blackouts and the threat of violence have Venezuela on edge special envoy, Elliot Abrams said in the event of a major threat. There will always plans to help people leave in a in a situation of danger. There are an estimated thirty thousand American citizens left, although exact numbers are difficult to track. Connor Finnegan ABC news the State Department a one time Canadian football star appeared briefly in court Friday in connection with the college admissions scam. Here's ABC's Aaron Katersky. David CDU, pleaded not guilty to charges that stem from the nationwide. College entry cheating scheme. Damn the former CFL star is accused of paying two hundred thousand dollars to Rick singer, the counselor at the center of the scheme to arrange to have a Proctor take the SAT for his two sons in twenty eleven in two thousand twelve more recently court records quoted studio and singer joking by phone about getting one of his sons into business school. They don't have a twenty one hundred for the G mat? But I would do my best to get it for you singer said and CDU allegedly replied, I know Aaron Katersky, ABC news, New York. This is ABC news. Whatever you dream up party said he will help you bring it to life. So this ain't Patrick's Day get all the green you need like festive, hats, beads, and tease. You'll also find new plaid kilts blazers.
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"That's eight seven seven twenty-six bible, eight seven seven twenty-six bible. The State Department says all US embassy staff have left Venezuela and officials are warning American citizens still in the country to get out. Now, here's ABC's counter Finnegan with more US citizens in Venezuela are strongly urged to leave with the State Department listing it as a level four do not travel country on par with Syria or North Korea. But commercial flights are starting to stop as blackouts and the threat of violence had Venezuela on edge special envoy, Elliot Abrams said in the event of a major threat. There will always plans to help people leave in a in a situation of danger. There are an estimated thirty thousand American citizens left, although exact numbers are difficult to track. Connor Finnegan ABC news the State Department a one time Canadian football star appeared briefly in court Friday in connection with the college admissions scam. Here's ABC's Aaron Katersky. David CDU, pleaded not guilty to charges that stemmed from the nationwide. College entry cheating. Damn the former CFL star is accused of paying two hundred thousand dollars to Rick singer, the counselor at the center of the scheme to arrange to have a Proctor take the SAT for his two sons in twenty eleven in two thousand twelve or recently court records quoted studio in singer joking by phone about getting one of his sons into business school. They don't have a twenty one hundred for the G mat? But I would do my best to get it for you singer said allegedly replied, I know Aaron Katersky, ABC news, New York..
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"Victim after victim to hospitals as bystanders helped the wounded we put up an. Drugstore. We pulled him rammed behind the well, give us some kitchen. I'm sixty six for the overnight in New Zealand's, Prime minister condemning this terrorist attack. This is one of New Zealand's dacas te dice. Clearly, what has happened here is an extraordinary and unprecedented act of violence. We will continue here at KOMO to follow this story, not only from New Zealand, but the impact here in the Pacific northwest and from the South Pacific now to the Mideast, Israel and HAMAs have pulled back from the brink of another conflict after Gaza militants fired two rockets on Tel Aviv that prompted Israel airstrikes on one hundred HAMAs sites, injuring at least four Palestinians, ABC's Ordina Miller has been watching this closely and has more from Jerusalem, it appears the latest round of violence between Israel and HAMAs is over after just twelve hours things to gyp shin, mediators, HAMAs and other militant groups say they will hold their fire. If Israel does in a rare step HAMAs also canceling, it's Friday Gaza border protests, which will dramatically reduce the chances of violent clashes. These really army's latest assessment is that low level HAMAs militants fired those two rockets on Tel Aviv. Thursday night. I'm a steak during maintenance work Giordano Miller, ABC news Jerusalem, we've learned today. The State Department says all US embassy staff have now left Venezuela and are warning American citizens still in the country to get out. Now ABC's Connor Finnegan has the story. US citizens in Venezuela are strongly urged to leave with the State Department listing it as a level four do not travel country on par with Syria or North Korea. But commercial flights are starting to stop as blackouts and the threat of violence have Venezuela on edge special envoy, Elliot Abrams said in the event of a major threat. There will always plans to help people leave in a in a situation of danger. There are an estimated thirty thousand American citizens left, although exact numbers are difficult to track. Connor Finnegan ABC news the State Department. Komo news time twelve twenty year. Komo propel insurance money update. I we go to Jim Cesco word today that Ford is slashing at least.
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"I think one guy got up standing up, but he said were Hong Kong and when I told them we're still in Canada. What do you mean renew? Minorca said, no, we're in Canada is absolutely shocked. The passengers eventually brought back to Newark world leaders are reacting to the announcement that President Trump will hold a second summit with North Korea. North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN North Korea has yet to explicitly agree to dismantle their nuclear weapons program. They've agreed to this generic idea of denuclearization at that first summit, but they've not taken any steps to fall through them with the. The US sees as the definition of that term denuclearization. But the Trump administration says that because of that you've got to get Trump back in the room with Kim Jong. That's Connor Finnegan reporting Florida secretary of state micro, tell is calling for calm in the elections process for too long, our elections in Florida have been highlighted by calamity unease voters, not sure what's going to happen next. What issue is going to befall us next. Tell who is a former Seminole county elections. Supervisor says elections need to happen in a calm atmosphere. Not a chaotic one we've been hearing a lot about this lately. The food and Drug administration is warning tobacco companies some pushing e cigarettes in vaping products on young people FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said he'll ban those products if they're used continues to rise dramatically among youth. He said the data of youth vaping has doubled over the past year, including with some as young as middle school students. He said if it continues to rise at that rate. It'll be game over for the entire category. That's. Reporter Phil Hewett five twenty.
U.S. diplomat found dead in Madagascar, 1 person held
"The US State Department confirms that American diplomat has been found dead overseas. The body was found Friday night inside their home, the diplomat was stationed on Africa's Madagascar ABC's Connor Finnegan is at the United Nations in New York. He says officials have a suspect in custody US and Malagasy authorities are conducting a joint investigation into the diplomats death. The State Department declined to release any details, but local police told AFP a suspect was arrested trying to flee the Americans home. But State Department has it yet identified the Serbs officer it did express its sympathy to the family no cause of death yet. Either
Suspect arrested in US diplomat's death in Africa
"In the west suburb of riverside have a half dozen suspects in custody. They're accused of robbing at gunpoint last night, a worker who was replenishing an ATM machine with cash they were arrested after high speed police. Chase ended in a crash on Burlington your Kelly one of the suspects was he jetted? There are injuries that crash investigation wrapped up early this morning. The US State Department confirms that American diplomat has been found dead overseas. The body was found Friday night inside their home, the diplomat was stationed on Africa's Madagascar ABC's Connor Finnegan is at the United Nations in New York may says officials have suspect in custody. US
In quick reversal, Trump threatens shutdown over border wall
"Suing clear threat from North Korea. Continuing coverage around the clock. Con WSB north and South Korea agreed with third summit later this month in Pyongyang ABC's. Connor Finnegan reports the US is supposed to be party to any packed to formally and the Korean war. There are definitely growing concerns that the US is going to be frozen out. State Department makes cleared won't sign unless the north commits
Lawmakers urge Trump administration to sanction China over Muslim crackdown
"Bipartisan group of, lawmakers are taking, on China in a new letter obtained by ABC news several members. Of congress are calling on the. Trump administration to sanction Beijing over human rights. Abuses following the detention of what's estimated to be millions of. Dollars and other members of Muslim minorities in detention, camps here's ABC's Connor Finnegan very senior US diplomats said earlier this year that they were considering using these human rights sanctions among other tools, to deal with this ambassador at. Large for religious freedom Sam Brownback has been waging a battle internally to do just that but in general diplomats don't want to, upset the relationship with China they wanna try to work with China I
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"In less than three minutes stay with us senate oh nine wsb temperatures seventyone federal appeals court judge brett kavanagh's running into opposition as possible supreme court nominee republicans worried cavanaugh won't be a reliable conservative vote on the court abc news has learned senators rand paul tom kline and ted cruz have all called the president expressing concern tara palmeri reports there's no wiggle room in the confirmation battle the president announces his choice monday another sign the president may not be able to count on the loyalty of his former fixer michael cohen crow in the president's former longtime personal attorney is under federal investigation scrubbed any mention of trump and the trump organization from his social media abc's kenneth moten says cohen may be ready to cut a deal with federal prosecutors he says his first priority now is his family secretary estate mike pompeo is often north korea today to see if kim jong un really means to denuclearize to get in the room with them and try to figure out whether or not they're actually still committed to that document that kim jong un and president trump signed together in singapore abc's connor finnegan reports satellite images show the north a continuing to work on its yongbyon nuclear facility another couple in the uk is exposed to the russian nerve agent novacek this man saw its effects and called an ambulance broken against the rule making funny noises and his eyes wide open glaze and pinpricks sweating for making noises the couples gravely ill police retracing their steps to russians poison in salisbury in march recovered black man taste by a white officer in lancaster pennsylvania sues for excessive force sean williams says video shows he was unarmed sitting on a curb with his back to the officer and got taste anyway there's no reason that somebody should get stunning bags the point where the fact that they could be traumatized for the rest of their life he disputes police claims he was not compliant he seeks seventy five thousand dollars in damages and it comes to fast food faves customers prefer chickfila the georgia based chain easily outpolled secondplace pinera in the american customer satisfaction index restaurant reports among full service restaurants texas roadhouse places ahead of cracker barrel and longhorn factors include food quality clinton leanness and service wsb news time seven eleven it's pretty easy just to see who's who's got a linebacking on the street folks would live one.
Supreme Court Rules that States can now require Online Retailers to Collect Sales Tax
"The us supreme court overturning decades of president when it comes to whether states can collect taxes on retailers without physical stores in their state here's abc's mark remillard decision paves the way for states to collect sales tax from retailers even if they don't have physical locations in their state possibly putting online retailers on the hook for collecting those taxes jessica lujan with competitive enterprise institute doesn't like the ruling says it could mean online sellers big and small have to comply with hundreds possibly thousands of different tax laws across multiple states congress has got to do something or else these states are going to tax internet to death states meanwhile argue online retailers have an uneven playing field compared to brick and mortar stores states also stand to bring in billions in tax revenue mark remillard abc news the state department confirms another us embassy worker has been affected by mysterious health symptoms and cuba bringing the total number sick and they're to twentyfive abc's connor finnegan with details from the state department official tells abc news this latest incident happened in may another diplomat matt experiencing symptoms like headaches memory loss even mild traumatic brain injury a second employee was also evacuated this month but they are still under evaluation similar incidents have affected diplomats in guangzhou china to the state department has expressed its concern with both governments both governments have pledged their cooperation with spokesperson heather nauert says they still have no leads connor fenian abc news the state department this is abc news komo aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours in the tukwila area northbound i five at state route five nine nine we have a collision that is blocking the hov lane state patrol has arrived on the scene and we do have some roadwork going on on the east side southbound four zero five we have a couple of lanes closed between coal creek coal creek boulevard and lock lake washington boulevard and in tacoma southbound i five left lane closed for roadwork just south of the puyallup river bridge and your next report is on.
Goals uncertain for North Korea summit between Trump and Kim Jong Un
"The united states north korea one on one continuing coverage around the around the clock on wsb president trump north korea's kim jong un hoping to end a nuclear standoff that has threatened world peace with much anticipated summit on tuesday in singapore that's where we find abc's connor finnegan so much diplomacy is the symbolism it's the choreography is these movements of liters finally getting in a room together that has been hammered out over the last couple of weeks between the united states and north korea and trump and kim will come together for the first time they'll shake hands and then it may just be a one on one with president trump and kim jong translators for both sides will be on hand during any one on one meetings todd ntb's news governor casey k goal lead secretary of state brian kemp by seven points in a new gop gubernatorial runoff poll conducted by rosetta stone the runoff election is july twenty second mean on his phone crashes his car into a papa john's pizza on whitlock avenue in marietta three weeks before georgia's new distracted driving law takes effect a fake cop driving a.
Trump says drugmakers are going to announce massive voluntary price cuts
"Nearly two decades kim young troll is the regime's former spy chief and he's been the north's point person for summit planning the to have a full day of meetings thursday as both sides finalize the agenda and logistics still aiming for a june twelfth summit abc's connor finnegan in new york manhunt underway west of nashville for stephen joshua wiggins suspected in the early morning killing of dickson county sheriff's sergeant daniel baker baker had responded to a report of a suspicious car his radio went silent gps used to locate his car about two miles away from the location of the initial call the deputy was found inside the car deceased tennessee bureau of investigation acting director jason lock if you do see this man do not approach do not do anything please call authorities immediately wiggins was being sought after a woman claimed he beat her and stole her car president trump has been pressuring big pharma on high prescription drug prices and he claims that pressure is paying off some of the big drug companies in in two weeks and they're going to announce because of what we did there going to nounce voluntary massive drops in prices the president was speaking as he signed into law the right to try act allowing terminally ill people to try unproven medications that have not yet received regulatory approval virginia's republican controlled general assembly granted final approval to an expansion of medicaid coverage for low income people it ends years of partisan gridlock on the issue democratic governor ralph northam expected to sign the measure wall street the dow closed up three hundred six points the nasdaq was a sixty six point gainer you're listening to abc news arizona's news station news station ktar on air ninety two three fm online at ktar dot com and streaming live on the ktar news app your breaking news.
Special report: The impact of Iraq’s 2018 parliamentary elections
"Time for eighteen it's fifty degrees overcast in boston top stories now boston fire officials are investigating three separate fires overnight and this morning one in west roxbury wanted roxbury and the third in dorchester dozens people left looking for places to live north korea is planning to dismantle its nuclear testing site later this month officials have confirmed that international journalists will be allowed to watch the process is expected to take a couple of days an internal investigation is underway after a video that went viral shows a young black man in a tuxedo in a chokehold by police officer outside a waffle house in north carolina wbz news time four nineteen an american diplomat is barred from leaving pakistan after being involved in a deadly crash colonel joseph emmanuel is the defense attache at the embassy in islamabad last month he struck and killed a motorcyclist pakistan has attempted to prosecute him for confiscating his passport and ordering him to remain in the country the us says he has diplomatic immunity sending a plane to get them out it's unclear where he is at this point connor finnegan abc news washington in iraq the polls are open in the first national election since the declaration of victory over isis the vote the fourth since the toppling of saddam hussein led by the us will be done electronically to avoid fraud so far no clear front runner has come out despite weeks of official campaigning meantime iraq's prime minister faces stiff competition from political parties with closer ties to iran wbz news time for twenty the new hampshire republican party has adjourned its state convention without changing its party platform a meeting was held today at inter lakes high school to consider changes to the platform they included a fight against the opioid crisis in the state for more education rehabilitation and interdiction wbz news time four twenty vice president mike pence travels to michigan to deliver the commencement address said a conservative christian college the vice president tells grads at hillsdale college the administration has been expanding freedoms and returning thority to the people ben upholding the constitution of the united states and defending all the godgiven liberties enshrined there including the unalienable right to life pence and his wife karen each received honorary degrees from hillsdale a school district in new jersey is trying to clear up what they say is just a.
Georgia officer resigns after dragging black woman, 65, from car
"Texas bore texassuperfood dot com new the story of an older black woman white georgia police officer during a traffic stop over the weekend a police officer james legge violently pulls sixty five year old lift driver rose campbell out of her car and ross her up during a traffic stop panicked it was like my heart exploited the reason for the stop an officer says she drifted out of her lane now in a recorded video statement public safety director john robinson says concerns though so he suspended leg and now that officer has resigned but that hasn't stopped the georgia bureau of investigation which is now investigating the whole thing pete combs abc news atlanta pharmacies of us aid secretary of state mike pompeo says the us wants to have with korea as a close partner nada sworn enemy after meeting kim german for a second time pompeo says the two had a warm conversation gray offered american help for with korea ends its nuclear program if north korea takes bold action to quickly denuclearize the united states is prepared to work with north korea to achieve prosperity on the par with our south korean friends she said that you countries are now in quote complete agreement on the objectives for president trump summit with kim which is set for june twelfth in singapore connor finnegan abc news the state department and trump is instructing his administration to explore negotiations with california on achieving a single fuel economy standard for the nation it happened during a meeting with auto industry.