26 Burst results for "Daniel Carson"
"daniel carson" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football
"Single handedly killed a lot of fantasy teams. He's single hit like a lot of because you need you need quarterback production in fantasy this year and last two weeks in what should have been good matchups. He's like singlehandedly killed ya. Like, whatever was two weeks ago. Oh, the point eight game or something like that. And then, you know, and then last week did nothing as well against the giants team in which he should have had pretty good. I mean one touchdown into in two weeks. Like, it's been it's been absolutely brutal. And so as you're heading towards the playoffs. Little Carson Wentz. I would love to see the percentage of teams that have Carson Wentz that didn't make the playoffs because I bet it significantly eagles are six and a half point favorites at home. I think the Redskins cover Matthew. How about you? Oh, I was just going one before we move on real quickly. Okay. Actually for cinema here. Just you know, just bailing on Carson Wentz. I will say Redskins have allowed the fifth most fantasy points to opposing quarterback since week five. You know, I do think Carson Wentz is a viable QB to this week. I have met QB fourteen. So I think there's you know, I think he's usable this week. He's he's I don't think he's a top ten guy. But I do think against my Redskins sadly at home on Monday night. I think he'll actually be decent this week pick the game. I'm taking the Redskins say forgot came. We were even talking about at this point, the egos. Daniel Carson Wentz has the best game of his season against the Redskins. I'm taking the eagles. Daniel if I wanted to go watch my team fall farther down NFC east list. Matthew, like just keep on plummeting in the standi. How do you think I could get tickets to go see that happen seatgeek, actually? Stadium especially for somebody like you with a kind of a small little mouse brain getting tickets online can be far too complicated. Yeah. Hundreds sides varying levels, Royal abilities hard to know who to trust me. Right. You know? I mean, you've had trust issues being alliance fan your entire life. I have you actually have real trust issues, which is why seatgeek Daniels the way to go for you and Kennedy for everyone. They pull millions of tickets into one place..
"daniel carson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Percent or more on car insurance. And it has just gone final those chains beating the eagles forty eight to seven the third straight game that New Orleans has scored at least forty points, and they have now won nine in a row having lost since week. Want your breeze three hundred sixty three yards in the air. Fourteen asses. Mark Ingram rushing for Andre three yards and two touchdowns. Meanwhile, the eagles drop to four and six the chargers. Six game winning streak snapped his Brandon McManus with a thirty four yard field goal as time expired giving the Broncos at twenty three twenty two win over the chargers and Carson raiders Daniel Carson with it Carlson with a thirty five yard field goal is time expired as they pull out the twenty three. Twenty one win over the cardinals in Arizona lions knock off the Panthers. Twenty two nineteen in Detroit. Steelers down sixteen nothing rally past the Jaguars twenty two sixteen in Jacksonville for their sixth straight win. Texans holds off the Redskins twenty three twenty one in Washington there seven straight victory. Alex Smith though, and for the year with a broken leg Maher the forty two yard game winning field giving the Cowboys at twenty nineteen win over the falcons Ezekiel Elliott two hundred one total yards and a touchdown. The ravens knock off the Bengals twenty four twenty one. In Baltimore Colts ramp. The titans thirty eight ten their fourth straight win to go to five and five giants. Hold off the buccaneers thirty eight thirty five MetLife saquon Barkley three touchdowns Sunday night game NFC north clash between the five three and one Vikings and the six and three bears in the windy city. And in college football army ranked for the first time since nineteen Ninety-six number twenty three as they get ready for navy on December eighth while the Kansas jayhawks officially hiring former LSU head coach les miles as their new head coach. Colorado has fired Mike MacIntyre he was in his sixth season. Joey Logano wins at homestead joined the NASCAR title. It's the Lakers ahead.
"daniel carson" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Not this dip. Watch this step locks and goes up referee. Taught see level sea level means, here's your body position when you're going to play, if your body drops which is shoot because you're trying to make a tackle, that's fine. That's legal. But if your body rises to make Saint tackle on a quarterback, please explain naturally, why would you go up to come down and the because he went up to come down. There was a little up on their little intent, a little, Jake, the snake, and that's got him court. I agree with you all the way up until that last part. I think that Mike Zimmer going with his kicker. Absolutely. You've got to trust your personnel. This do your point is all you got. This is all you make a twenty five yard enough thirty five base. And I understand that this is a professional NFL kicker for the Minnesota Vikings. He makes this kick every single day all week line yesterday he did not yesterday in that's on him and he'll have to deal with the repercussions of that, whether they keep them or they decide to let them go to say, but to do to allow your team to put your team in a position to where you can still win the game. Yes. And you've counted on all your other personnel into then say, well, we're not going to rely on you right as a special teams guy, and this is what we have brought. You catch your wife cheating on her before you believe she's a cheater, the man got busted twice on I two field goals. Now, you know what he is. He's garbage. He can't help you win on that sun cheat on you all them towns in the same day. He. The same day. Hey, man, you had a bad day. Anything else this week in the two weeks. Then we got a problem, but the clay Matthews deal, like again, by the letter of the law, like you mentioned, he's wrong wrong. He's going to get thrown. They gonna, they're gonna, throw that flag. The point of emphasis is to protect the quarterback mind you there. The reason why this rule is the way it is is because of your quarterback in the hit that he took last year against that very team, the Minnesota Vikings. So you can't really, you can't argue against the ref. He's doing his job. Well, let's be clear the ref. As I said, this wasn't about any new rule. This was about burping which has been established previously Marceau's point about going up and coming down that's been established previously and I do want to be clear here. The Vikings have cut Daniel Carson. They've gone with Dan Bailey and they should have cut him in the moment. Son in the motto should have been like, okay, anything beyond twenty five yards. This guy can't. Help me if Mike Zimmer had done that, they might might lit on them. Taste..
"daniel carson" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"But if you look at his progression in this offense, rob zinn ski his first offense coordinator in two thousand eleven. When he first came into the league was under northern San Diego number system nor van Goghs to Cleveland when cincy gets the head coach job in conformed his own offense to fit to Inskeep style. Then he brings it to Minnesota. And now it's in Carolina with Cam. So Cam has really run the same office just changed verbiage so is comfort level should be at an all time. High North emphasizes hit your check down. If it's not there check down and he has a receiver running out of the back. We could see who called game yesterday. I mean, you. Coming deep into layers of it, but you're right. I play with northern San Diego and just watching his offense. He wants to pound ball and set up everything from it, whether it's checked down with us, play action. But he has more dynamic when you Cam Newton, people were sitting there saying, what would he do week? One against the Cowboys in? Will he let Cam Newton run as much as he has in the past and he did, and now you see a different dimension even into pocket. My takeaway is, I think Carolina has a better season than Matt Ryan and the falcons think they finished higher in the standings. Not think Cam has a better season than Matt Ryan. And I was a guy that was high on Matt Ryan, but I'm a little bit off him and I'm very high on campus. The great to Green Bay where the Packers and Vikings played this season's second, tie after Vikings rookie kicker. Daniel Carson missed three field goals including two in overtime. Of course, the game only got to overtime after controversial. Roughing, the passer call. On Packers linebacker clay Matthews kept the Minnesota's gang drive a lot. Needless to say, Matthews wasn't happy after the game. Emotions running through as far as. This is terrible call it was, but at the same time. I don't know what else to do. I mean, I don't know you let me know. Tell me I put pressure on, you know, I thought I hit him within, you know. Wasted chose. Got my head across, put my hands down in the call. You know, at that point in the game is just, I mean, it's unbelievable. I dunno as difficult call to call. I mean, you see how the game and I know there's emphasis on protecting quarterbacks leads has gotten out of control. Your look ridiculous call. I wiped out at interception kit. The worst call in that game, though, was by Mike Zimmer the head coach of the Minnesota Vikings at the end of that overtime. When your kickers already missed field goals and he missed one of them just Horb look like a junior high kid out there trying to kick a forty yard field. Well, how the hell do us? I'm gonna settle for thirty five yard field goal. He lead time when off the clock he had a time out. He couldn't use. They could have just won the ball because Green Bay's defense was gas at that point and just get five, seven ten yards kosher making. ZZ on your kickers possible. I thought Mike Zimmer's call was far worse than the referee's call and Klay Matthew, I disagree homeboy, look, I'm not going there on Zimmer in that. A man. He's faithful was his options, Chris rock, right. Tell me who tobacco kicker is Minnesota door. I'll wait because I don't know. Do you even have do even carry one? No one has a backup kicker. You put the kicker out there to either save his job or lose his job, and I'm keep putting you out there and one week. So when the week is over, I can walk upstairs if I'm Mike Zimmer and I say he got to go, Daniel Carson cost himself. That job, you have to put them out there because you have no backups. Here's the worst call clay Matthews and not playing that position. I get it. Where do you hit a guy? We've seen the rule changes whether it's driving him to the ground in nineteen ninety five. They changed the rule or helmet-to-helmet contact, but by the spirit of the law. Yeah, you know what? Spirit of the rule he's innocent, but by the letter he's guilty. What clay Matthews and watch his left leg. This is a dues dues moment. What's this left leg?.
Crews battling deadly California wildfire slowed by returning winds
"Border security we need border, security the president was speaking last night in Wilkes Barre Pennsylvania he also repeated, his criticism, of the media accusing. Reporters of diminishing the results of his recent summits. With North Korean leader Kim Jong UN and Russian President Vladimir Putin Trump referred to fake news negative stories the president was widely criticized by Democrats and Republicans for his comments in Helsinki after meeting with Putin. Where he appeared to question US intelligence about Russia interfering in the two thousand sixteen election in Tennessee businessman Bill Lee is celebrating a win, in the. State's Republican gubernatorial primary as Chas Sisk with member station w. p. l. n. reports from Nashville Lee defeated Three other GOP candidates Lee spent far less than his main opponents Representative Diane black. And Randy boy another businessman but voters said they liked that his ads, were largely upbeat while the other to attack. Their rivals over issues. Like immigration Li now. Takes on former Nashville mayor Karl dean who won the. Democratic nomination the state's current governor is Republican, but the office is flip flopped between the parties for the past half-century voters, in Tennessee, also chose nominees to. Succeed Republican Bob corker in the US Senate Representative. Marsha Blackburn one the GOP nomination she'll face former governor Phil Bredesen's the last democrat to win a statewide office that was more than a decade ago for NPR news I'm Chas Sisk in Nashville the national. Weather service has posted flood watches and warnings today from northern Florida to New England because of heavy rains and storms this is NPR news, from Washington Red flag warnings continue. In northern California where crews are battling one of. The most destructive wildfires on, record in, the state forecasters say high temperatures and gusty winds are expected through tomorrow in and around the reading. Area the fire has destroyed more than a thousand homes and, left six people dead fire officials say. They're trying to prevent the fire, from crossing a ridge that, divides Shasta and trinity counties thousands of people remained evacuated the. City of Los Angeles is accepting, license applications from marijuana growers manufacturers and. Testing companies as, Daniel Carson reports. This comes eight months. After California's legalized the recreational use of marijuana only a small number of growers are currently supplying dispensaries as a. Result LA has only licensed. About one hundred fifty retail shops which are working with suppliers from other parts of the state California growers associations has Iki Allen. Says that won't improve until government Regulators smooth out the kinks tens of thousands of small businesses. Around the state looking at the proposition of doing business in the regulated market and realizing it's just not gonna. Work licenses for suppliers aren't. The only hitch cannabis advocates say the new regulations and taxes are pushing some buyers growers. And retailers underground where. There are no rules no taxes and cheaper prices for NPR news. I'm Danielle Carson in Pasadena California it's been a mixed. Day for stocks. In Asia head of the latest employment report in the US yesterday apple became the first publicly traded company to be. Valued at a trillion dollars.
North Korea Hands Over Remains Of 55 U.S. Servicemen Killed In Korean War
"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Shay Stevens North Korea has turned over. Fifty five boxes of remains believed to be those of American soldiers missing, from the Korean war as NPR's quil Lawrence reports the United Nations command conducted a preliminary review for the remains were transported to an airbase in South Korea the US transport plane flew from South Korea to once on, North Korea collected sets of human remains believed to be American war dead North Korea may have, already located as many as two, hundred sets according to the Pentagon more than five thousand American troops remain unaccounted for after the, war which halted with an armistice sixty five years ago today. When President, Trump, and North Korean dictator Kim, Jong UN met last, month they announced that repatriation of remains would resume after many years when hostile relations, made it impossible the US will hold a formal repatriation ceremony in South Korea on. August I according to the White House which called the North Korean. Action encouraging quil. Lawrence NPR news French president Emmanuel. Macron is not happy about the trade agreement between President Trump and the head of the European Commission from Paris Jake sagana reports that Macron is. Pushing for more concessions on aluminum and steel tariffs it was surprising that Trump. And e you commission president Jean-Claude Yonker found a compromise on trade tariffs, especially for Spain and France during their meeting in Madrid both French president Emmanuel Macron and Spain's prime minister Pedro Sanchez said they needed clarification on the new agreement between the EU and the US macaroni and said he, wants to see more cuts made on steel and aluminum tariffs the French president said a fair, trade deal can only be made, on a reciprocal basis without threat and he didn't want to enter into a collective agreement macaroni, stance on the new EU US deal is a departure from his typical, rhetoric, that Europe is stronger as, a confederation for NPR news and Jake sagana wrote in Paris California sweltering heat wave while battling wildfires at both ends of the state. Daniel Carson reports that one fast moving blaze in the San Jacinto mountains east of. Los Angeles as forced thousands of vacuum firefighters are. Deploying air tankers and helicopters to try and contain, the blaze when it spreads to steeper hard to reach, terrain the fire was, deliberately, set the. Suspect was. Arrested and is in custody it could take days to burn itself out other wildfires in the state include, one in northern California's Shasta county this burned more than twenty, thousand acres Daniel Carson reporting the so-called car fire in Shasta county is also reportedly burned dozens of homes, and is nowhere near contained Scott McLean a spokesman for. The crew battling the fire says it's a fast moving blaze that is consuming everything in its path you're listening to NPR news US Senator Claire. Mccaskill is incensed that Russian hackers tried. To breach her. Office computers last August as first reported by the Daily Beast the Missouri democrat says that while the hackers were not successful the attempt was outrageous and that she will, not be intimidated mccaskill faces a tough battle to retain her seat. In the upcoming midterm elections TV and film composer Patrick Williams has. Died Williams wrote music for such popular TV series such as the Mary Tyler Moore show he also won four Emmys and earned an Oscar nomination. For his score to the nineteen Seventy-nine hit film breaking away, NPR's Tom Cole has an appreciation Patrick Williams composed music for nearly two hundred feature films and TV shows including.
Infant dies of whooping cough in San Bernardino County
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. President Trump says, heels l. sinking meeting with Russian leader. Vladimir Putin was a great success. Despite news reports to the contrary Trump says he misspoke when he said he didn't see why Russia would tamper in the 2016 US election and agrees with US intelligence agency that had happened NPR's miles Parker has US house speaker. Paul Ryan's reaction to the controversy. Paul Ryan says he is not yet spoken of President Trump's that remarkable press conference in Helsinki Trump called Putin's denials of election, interference, strong and powerful. Ryan said repeatedly, there is no moral quivalent between the US and Russia. I understand the desire and the need to have good relations. That's perfectly reasonable. But Russia is a medicine government that does not share interests and it does not share values, and I think it should be made very, very clear. Ryan also says, special counsel, Robert Muller should be able to continue investigation into Russian election, ferrets miles parks, NPR. Our news, the capitol Republican congresswoman, Martha Roby has defeated her challenger and Ronald for the GOP nomination in Alabama's second congressional district, Kyle Gass at of Troy public radio reports that President Trump was among the first people who Roby thanked during her acceptance, speech. It wasn't a sure bet that Martha Roby would win the runoff or get the backing of the president. During the presidential campaign Robie had called candidate Trump unacceptable and said, she wouldn't vote for him after the release of the access Hollywood video. Despite being snubbed Trump endorsed Roby last month in the runoff and Tuesday night. She explained why it's important because we have a shared conservative agenda that we're working together to get these policies across the finish line for the American people Roby will run against democrat Tabitha Eisner in the general election in a district that went heavily for President Trump in two thousand sixteen for NPR news on Kyle Gasset in Montgomery. MGM resorts international is doing hundreds of victims of the mass shooting outside his Mandalay bay hotel in Las Vegas in order to limit its liability in the attack attorney. Robert Egland who represents more than thousand victim says MGM is starting to to law called. The safety act is reason why it should be exempt from damages. Repreive companies to assist the federal government in preventing terrorist attacks. So they get special train, has an incentive for these security companies to do that. They get certain immunities and restrictions on what people can sue them for types of damages, the amount of images. All kinds of restrictions says he finds reprehensible to sue people who are grieving the deaths of loved ones and survivors still coping with physical and emotional trauma must Vegas gunman. Stephen paddock killed fifty eight people and injured hundreds more before killing himself. This is NPR news. About a dozen members of congress are opposing new US tariffs on Canadian newsprint. The lawmakers told a US International Trade Commission hearing the publication's in their home states face danger. If the tariff on paper products is made permanent, Alabama Senator. Doug Jones says that while some media outlets have adapted to the digital age, many parts of the country are struggling for access to broadband the Trump administration ordered the tariff in response to a complaint that Canadian competitors get government subsidies that allow them to sell their paper products at below market prices and California, Public health officials are preparing for possible outbreak of hoping cough. Daniel Carson reports that a case in San Bernardino county marks the first time the disease has killed an infant in the state in two years whooping cough. Outbreaks tend to hit California every three to five years. There have been almost eighteen hundred cases so far this year, four years ago, there were eleven thousand. The number of whooping cough cases. Nationwide has been climbing over the past decade the centers for disease control and prevention pins, much of the blame on parents who decided not to inoculate their kids because it might cause autism a theory, the CDC says, has been discredited by a mountain of studies. Karen Smith director of California's public health department calls the San Bernardino baby's death tragedy. She says, quote, no baby should die from vaccine preventable disease for NPR news. I'm Danielle Carson in Pasadena, California on stock markets in Asia shares closed mixed higher in Tokyo. I'm Shay Stevens NPR news in Washington.
"daniel carson" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"At rome r o m e dot com eric would daniel carson hello and some thoughts on the lakers so been all about the lakers all week long it's thursday of the week before nba free agency and before lebron watched two thousand eighteen finds a new gear but already the clock is ticking whoa is working woes reports the paul george has informed the oklahoma city thunder that he will not be opting in for the final year of his contract so what does that mean and is that good news for the lakers well what it means is he's not automatically staying in okay see right now it feels like everything is trending in the wrong way for la and pg now that doesn't mean that he's coming to la but at the same time it doesn't mean by not opting in that he's leaving okay see he could still be there he could still do a deal with them what it does mean is the pressure is even higher on the lakers now to get leonard i mean there was a time when paul george was a sure thing to la and now that he's not everything looks and feels different and because of that according to watch and ramona shelburne the lakers and the spurs have actually reopened talks or open since it seems like the last time la tried to call san antonio just hung up on them instead lose my number espn reports that the spurs still want to repair the bridge we're why but that the right package might change their mind again the last thing that the spurs wanna do is deal their franchise player even worse deal their franchise player to the the enemy and worse than all of that is knowing that it could mean the lakers would get lebron as well and then the spurs have essentially built a super team in la for the lakers so for that to happen for san antonio to go in for that you know they're going to need a hell of a lot in return four kawai if the lakers are going to get quite leonard they're going to have to give up a ton to get him and the spurs are looking to jam them hard remember when paul george went into his walk year with pacers and told them that he was going to sign with the lakers in a year the lakers heard that they figured we don't need to put together some crazy package to get georgetta indiana he's coming here anyway well how that workout he instead goes to okay see and because they've done such a good job of selling him on staying his coming home to la is anything but a lock right now so just assuming that he would be here in a year and not pulling the trigger on a deal for paul george at that time may have been a mistake and the lakers do not wanna make that mistake again we're leonard especially if the difference between getting lebron or not may in fact rely on whether or not they get quiet leonard and it might so if i'm if i'm the lakers and i'm magic johnson and i'm rob pelinka i give the spurs a blank sheet and tell them to fill it in you tell us what you need because we need your guy badly and we'll do whatever it takes to get him because despite what magic johnson said this week the lakers do need to make a splash this summer getting shut out again would be a kick in the package so give them what they want brandon ingram if you can haul him you can have him cow kuzina enjoy the river walk my man josh heart it's been real and it's been fun but you're going to have real fun at the alamo lonzo ball the san antonio somewhere else for more parts peace out sign and trade with joyous randall signed and traded the draft rights to mow wagner they're yours and you know where else will toss in a few other draft picks while we're at it you want her jerseys you can have them to what does i new ones and get a new logo whatever you want ask for it we'll give it to you what i'm saying is meant do it do it go for it do not wait i know why will be a free agent next summer and you could just sign him then right but again ask guaranteed future laker paul george how that worked out guaranteed future laker paul george is on the verge of staying in oklahoma city the guys from palmdale he dreamed applying for the lakers but then he spent a year in okay see and now instead of driving on the four oh five he's looking to stay in.
NHL slapped with CTE lawsuit
"Election of national hockey league commissioner gary bettman to the hockey hall of fame daniel carson was one of several former players who are suing the nhl claiming the league failed to warn them about long term risks of brain damage from the game car civil tweeted today that bettman hand in had a hand in the deaths of five former players by withholding information about the risks of doing their job he says bettman's election to the hall is a slap in the face of the families of those players at twelve oh seven with traffic every six minutes here's larry lewis live from the valley chevy dealers traffic center bob we're dealing with.
"daniel carson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"From npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly president trump says north korean leader kim jong un is taking a bold step by agreeing to the complete denuclearization of the korean peninsula trump and kim signed that agreement today as they wrapped up their summit in singapore npr's scott horsely says the next steps will include verification north korea has a long history of backsliding on nuclear deals there's nothing in this agreement that talks about what that verification will consist of so that will be the work for the diplomats going forward trump also says the us is ending joint military exercises with south korea they've long been viewed by pyongyang rehearsal to toppling kim's rain the department of education is investigating how the university of southern california handle complaints of sexual abuse against a longtime gynecologist at the schools health clinic as daniel carson reports complaints against the doctor date back to the nineteen ninety with the number of lawsuits continuing to go up investigators are looking into how usc allowed dr george tyndall to continue trading students despite hundreds of accusations over the years that he allegedly groped patients during exams and made comments about their bodies usc didn't launch an investigation into the complaints until twenty sixteen school officials now acknowledge mistakes were made dave mattingly npr news in washington and here in san francisco matt elmore thank you for joining us for morning edition today on we'll get back to the program in just a few minutes a right now though we take another look at bay area traffic conditions as we're joined by joe mcconnell good morning joe good morning matt well it's the big parade day the warriors championship parade starts around ten thirty this morning but they're already people trickling in a lot of street closures are are are already in effect in the downtown oakland area on the freeways fairly normal the altamont pass is jammed up and onto a five westbound mountain house a report of a stalled car partly in the the right lane east five eighty at grant line the.
Officials ID 2 climbers who died after falling from Yosemite's El Capitan
"The media he also reiterated there was no collusion with russia windsor johnston npr news washington from sercretary jim madison north korea must demonstrate verifiable and near reversible steps towards denuclearization if it's to get any relief from united nations sanctions speaking in singapore the bbc recorded him saying the road to the summit between president trump and north korea's leader kim jong un would be a bumpy one we must maintain a strong collaborative defensive stance so we enable aren't diplomat to go shopping from a call position of strength in this critical time especially now we must remain vigilant we will continue to implement all u n security council resolutions on north korea mattis speaking there on the final day of a security conference in singapore and you're listening to npr news crews working to contain wildfires burning in northern new mexico and southern colorado may get some help from the weather today the national weather service downpours are expected in the region this afternoon officials say the youth park fire and colfax counties threatening some three hundred homes in the town of cimarron where ficials issued a mandatory evacuations on friday it's destroyed about a dozen buildings at the boy scouts feigned philmont ranch a second wildfires burning north of durango colorado that fires foresee evacuation of some five hundred homes but together officials say the fires have burned some thirty two thousand acres to rock climbers have died after falling from the el capitan granite cliff in northern california's yosemite national park park rangers are investigating the accident daniel carson reports on what happened park rangers and search and rescue personnel found the bodies at the bottom of the el capitan granite formation they were identified as forty six year old jason wells from boulder colorado and forty two year old tim kline from palmdale california both were experienced climbers they were on the free blast route the first stretch of l kept tens near vertical rock the cliff is three thousand feet above you semi valley it's one of the best known landmarks in the park and considered one of the most challenging cliffs for experienced rock climbers the national park service says there are more.
Ash threatens Hawaii communities after volcano explosions
"Statement proposed by kuwait that culture an independent investigation into the violence for npr news zillow in new york be fighting being reported today in the western afghan city of fara near the iranian border one local official says dozens of security forces are dead or wounded after taliban fighters launched attacks from multiple directions scientists keeping a close watch for any new activity at hawaii's kellaway volcano hawaii public radio's bill dorman reports for canes still has two active sites and an uncertain future scientists are still concerned about falling levels of lava in kilowatt is holly ma ma crater if lava hits the water table steam driven explosions may follow sending rocks and ash from the summit but the hawaiian volcano observatory says the summit appears to be venting gas and not building up pressure lava from killa way has destroyed about two dozen homes and officials warned there could be more evacuations this is npr news missouri governor air crichton's claiming victory after prosecutors dropped a felony invasion of privacy charge against him prosecutors dropped the false charges against me this is a great victory and it has been a longtime coming prosecutors in saint louis route to charge over whether an attorney involved had to testify under oath however prosecutors worn they still plan to pursue the church through a special prosecutor writing still faces an unrelated felony charge of computer tampering and missouri's general assembly is to convene a special session on friday to consider impeachment tax income from california's recreational cannabis industry total nearly sixty one million dollars in the first quarter of this year that's on top of what cities and counties collect but well they revenue stream is filling state and local treasuries daniel carson reports at shop owners say the taxes are also hurting the legal bear wanna marketplace legal marijuana businesses complain product sold and underground shops can't be cheaper because no.
"daniel carson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Union and university disagree on wages union officials claim you see data show starting salaries of minorities were about twenty percent lower than white workers incomparable jobs a uc spokeswoman couldn't confirm the accuracy of the study that's daniel carson reporting this is npr news from washington britain's foreign secretary boris johnson is due in washington this week for talks on the twenty fifteen nuclear agreement with iran his visit follows ones made by french president emmanuel macron and german chancellor angela merkel britain france and germany are trying to convince president trump to stick with the agreement in an op ed in sunday's new york times johnson argued the current deal with iran is better than the available alternatives among the items president trump objects to is a clause that allows tehran to resume some of its nuclear activities after twenty twentyfive tomorrow was primary day in west virginia for republican candidates seeking to take on incumbent democratic senator joe manchin in november dave mischievous with west virginia public broadcasting says there are calls for one of the gop candidates to be disqualified from the primary race with former massey energy ceo don blankenship gaining momentum as election day nears state attorney general patrick morrissey said he's called the former co bernes probation officer to alert him about illegal activity in april blankenship failed to file a financial disclosure with a senate a spokesperson for blankenship says moore as quote grasping at straws in blankenship has already alerted proper authorities he would be filing the disclosure late as a result of this complicated finances chip spent one year in prison for violating federal mine safety standards he finishes a year of supervised release wednesday the day after the election congressman evan jenkins rounds out the top three front runners in the sixman gop primary for npr news.
"daniel carson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Union and university disagree on wages union officials claim you see data show starting salaries of minorities were about twenty percent lower than white workers incomparable jobs a uc spokeswoman couldn't confirm the accuracy of the study that's daniel carson reporting this is npr news from washington britain's foreign secretary boris johnson is doing washington this week for talks on the twenty fifteen nuclear agreement with iran his visit follows ones made by french president emmanuel macron and german chancellor angela merkel britain france and germany are trying to convince president trump to stick with the agreement in an op ed in sunday's new york times johnson argued the current deal with iran is better than the available alternatives among the items president trump objects to is a clause that allows tehran to resume some of its nuclear activities after twenty twentyfive tomorrow was primary day in west virginia for republican candidates seeking to take on incumbent democratic senator joe manchin in november dave mischievous with west virginia public broadcasting says there are calls for one of the gop candidates to be disqualified from the primary race with former massey energy ceo don blankenship gaining momentum as election day nears state attorney general patton morsi says he's called the former coal barons probation officer to alert him about illegal activity in april blankenship failed to file a financial disclosure with the senate a spokesperson for blankenship says morrissey as quote grasping at straws in blankenship has already alerted proper authorities he would be filing the disclosure late as a result of this complicated finances playing spent one year in prison for violating federal mine safety standards he finishes a year of supervised release wednesday the day after the election congressman evan jenkins rounds out the top three front runners in the sixman gop primary for npr news i'm dave it in morgantown west virginia and i'm dave mattingly.
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"Live from npr news in washington on trial snyder in hawaii more than one thousand people remained evacuated because of lava since thursday from the killer way of volcano the energy coming out of the ground i mean it was so it was so powerful as thunderous i mean it was just like you know and just a like a jet engine and then it was it sounded like bombs like you could feel like underneath the earth like somebody punching ira hawes among those who have had to leave their homes under a mandatory evacuation order but hawaii county officials say they may allow some residents to return briefly to retrieve valuables medicines the volcano seems to be settling down at least for the moment but there is concern about air quality because of sulfur dioxide strong earthquakes also complicating the situation at least five homes have now been destroyed there's word from poland that rescuers have reached another coal miners trapped underground following yesterday's earthquake however the owner of the mind says the minor is dead that four others remain missing southern california's air quality board has voted draft rules which would for the first time regulate diesel emissions from large trucks taking cargo to and from the regions many warehouses daniel carson reports are primary source of local air pollution and smog moving industries are the lifeblood of the southern california konami but the los angeles long beach port complex is also the biggest single source of air pollution in the region warehouse operators worry that tougher pollution rules would.
President Trump speaks at the swearing-in ceremony for the new secretary of state, Mike Pompeo
"Live from npr news in washington i'm laurie london president trump is celebrating his new secretary of state mon mike pompeo as npr sarah mccamman reports pompeo's predecessor was known for his sometimes tense relationship with trump speaking during his first official visit to the state department trump praised what he described as the spirit in the room calling it a fantastic day the president promised the state department employees there that pompeo will provide strong leadership you'll be doing things at union even know about right now they're not even a dilemma in your eye but and we have a couple of going mike right now that a lot of people don't know about that are very very encouraging in contrast to former secretary of state rex tillerson pump heo is known for his close relationship with the president trump has nominated cia deputy director gina hassle to replace pompeii oh at the cia sarah mccamman npr news the whitehouse california's leading a coalition of states and suing the epa to stop it from rolling back fuel efficiency standards more on that from daniel carson more than a third of california's greenhouse gas emissions come from vehicles so a provision in the clean air act allows california to exceed vetere pollution standards governor jerry brown believes the us auto industry won't stay competitive if it doesn't embrace cleaner technology america will not have a major auto industry on the path trump and pruitt heavily down the combustion engine has to get more efficient if america can't do it china and other countries will but automakers claim developing technology to meet higher fuel efficiency and emission targets would cost billions and that would be passed along.
Gov. Jerry Brown says National Guard is "chomping at the bit" to get to border
"Of europe's remaining pristine forests as nicholson reports on the victory for environmentalists european coach of justice said tuesday that potent had failed to carry out its duty to protect a natural site of important after an increase in logging in the visha forest in two thousand sixteen poland's environment ministry argued the massive felling of trees was necessary because of a bark beetle infestation the logging has since stopped and the polish government says it respects the ruling ahead of wall street's opening bell the markets in europe trading in positive territory in asia however there was more of a mixed bag china's benchmarks lost ground but japan's nikkei closed up this is npr actor harry anderson has died he is likely best known for playing the judge in the television comedy series night court what can i do for you mr elliot governor is getting mr shibata testimonial dinner tonight and we would like you to arrangers get that he's finished in time to get there i don't arrange anything just to accommodate a man with political connections we will serve no crime before its time lisa nashville north carolina say officers found anderson dead at home he was sixty five foul play is not suspected there are conflicting reports over whether national guard troops from california will be sent to the us mexico border president trump wants as many as four thousand sent to the border to combat illegal immigration daniel carson reports the conditions for deploying troops from california still being hashed out between state and federal officials governor jerry brown has agreed to deploy four hundred guardsmen to go after gangs human traffickers drug and firearms smugglers but they can't take part in immigration enforcement the national border patrol councils brandon judge says the president has the authority to federalize the national guard so it wouldn't be a problem if there are gaps at california's border with mexico with four thousand troops we can take border patrol resources.
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"Who heads the ice field office in la says they're sweeps only target people with criminal records is highly unlikely we're gonna come into contact with you but if you are illegal and you do commit a crime we're gonna find out but a statement from ice warns localities that not cooperating could quote force agents to go into communities and increase the number of collateral arrests kelly foreign ious sanctuary status does allow police to give ice officers a heads up if someone in custody has a rap sheet which includes felony convictions for npr news i'm daniel carson in pasadena california the economic reports due out today the government releases weekly jobless claims and we get a look at how the economy is doing with the producer price index and the hb homebuilders' index row financial markets asian markets higher by the closing bell the nikkei up nearly one and a half percent the hang sang up nearly two percent us futures contracts are trading higher this is npr news from washington the fbi says they don't think a shooting at the national security agencies campus outside washington yesterday was terrorism officials say a black suv entered the top secret site at fort meade in maryland which prompted security to open fire the driver was injured two other occupants were taken into custody a motive hasn't been determined prosecutors are reviewing possible criminal charges against three suburban milwaukee police officers who used a stungun on a man suffering from mental illness who later died as mardi michelson from member station wwl am in milwaukee reports the incident happened months ago a medical examiner's report says the use of teaser shocks led to the death of 22yearold adam trammell in west milwaukee last may and neighbor had called policing trammell was running around naked enacting strain julie family members say travel.
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"Who heads the ice field office in la says they're sweeps only target people with criminal records is highly unlikely we're gonna come into contact with you but if you are illegal and you do commit a crime we're going gonna find out but a statement from ice warrants localities that not cooperating could quote force agents to go into communities and increase the number of collateral laura west's california's sanctuary status does allow police to give ice officers a heads up if someone in custody has a rap sheet which includes felony convictions for npr news i'm daniel carson in pasadena california economic reports due out today the government releases weekly jobless claims and we get a look at how the economy is doing with the producer price index and the any hb homebuilders' index role financial markets asian markets higher by the closing bell the nikkei up nearly one and a half percent the hang sang up nearly two percent us futures contracts are trading higher this is npr news from washington the fbi says they don't think a shooting at the national security agencies campus outside washington yesterday was terrorism officials say oblak suv entered the top secret site at fort meade in maryland which prompted security to open fire the driver was injured two other occupants were taken into custody a motive hasn't been determined prosecutors are reviewing possible criminal charges against three suburban milwaukee police officers who used a stungun on a man suffering from mental illness who later died as mardi michelson from member station wwl am in milwaukee reports the incident happened months ago a medical examiner's report says the use of teaser shocks led to the death of twenty two year old adam trammell in west milwaukee last may and.
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"Senate to confirm nominees for the justice department n peers carry johnson reports more than six top posts at the doj are vacant the attorney general says the trump administration is being blocked from confirming the head of the criminal division the civil rights division and the national security division the candidate to run national security boeing lawyer john tumors won unanimous approval from the senate judiciary committee but colorado republican senator cory gardner has promised a block him and other nominees because of jeff sessions position on enforcing federal marijuana law sessions told the national sheriff's association the situations out of hand of a frost driving i gotta tell you another justice department job is coming open soon that's because associated attorney general rachel brand is leaving to take a top job at walmart cure johnson npr news washington a federal judge in san diego is expected to rule this week on whether the trump administration has the authority to waive environmental impact reviews to speed up construction of a wall along the us mexico border daniel carson has more environmental groups contended that building the wall without conducting assessments could damage wildlife habitats and threaten some endangered species brian sagis an attorney with the center for biological diversity says the department of homeland security is waving off crucial protections no environmental impact study no public outrage no consultation with experts no specific look at endangered species sagis says homeland security is overreaching by using waivers which were granted a decade ago first pacific border wall project if the judge rules in favor of conducting the timeconsuming reviews building the wall could be delayed for years for npr news i'm daniel carson in pasadena california on wall street at this hour the dow jones industrial average is up one hundred seventy eight points at twenty four thousand three hundred sixty nine the nasdaq is up nearly forty four point said sixty nine hundred eighteen the s p 500 is up fifteen this is npr.
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"Alisyn kojak npr news in southern california a firefighter has been killed battling flames daniel carson has this report thirty two year old kori iverson was with a threeperson strike team when he was killed his job is engineer was driving fire apparatus cal fire stony meacham says crews are pushing through the grief to focus on this persistent inferno that's charred almost two hundred fifty thousand acres and is still spreading while we have this tragic incident to deal with we still have a very dangerous fire we remain in the red white conditions we saw the mission to do here palmer wins earlier this week allowed firecrews to make some progress but wind gusts of picked up and are spreading the flames into national forest land and coastal communities between ventura and santa barbara counties for npr news i'm daniel carson in pasadena california you're listening to npr our news from washington the federal communications commission has overturned an obama era rules known as net neutrality this limited the power of internet service providers to influence loading speeds poor specific websites are apps online npr's legal counsel on behalf of public media had filed comments with the fcc opposing the rules change federal investigators have released new details on a south dakota nonprofit that overcharged native americans schools for two years south dakota public broadcasting's lee striven jer reports prosecutors won't be able to charge the couple implicated in the scheme the us office of inspector general has determined that the nonprofit over bill to travel schools by more than one hundred thousand dollars it's the latest finding in a scandal that shook the state a south dakota couple create several nonprofits to dole out federal funds meant to help native american students enter post secondary school but instead the couple embezzled some of the money the federal investigation stops here because immediately after scott nicole wester house were exposed they and their children died in a house fire authorities ruled at a murder suicide state investigators have charged two others in the.
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"Live from npr news in washington on giles snyder thousands of firefighters in southern california under pressure to make progress against half a dozen raging wildfires a weather is helping wins have eased but forecasters expect winds to pick back up by tonight daniel carson reports on the massive fire in venture a county milder winds allowed more helicopters and air tankers to make fireretardant and water drops most evacuation orders have been lifted in los angeles county but along the coast between than tour in santa barbara evacuation orders have been issued in several beach communities cal fire smart brown says they're keeping a close watch there is a tremendous volume of fire off their at of the winds picked up again there's still a threat to the ariza santa barbara that's why were maintaining our vigilance in keeping resources in their president trump has ordered the department of homeland security and fema to coordinate disaster relief efforts in the affected areas fire officials say it could take weeks to fully contain the ventura county fire for npr news i'm daniel carson in pasadena california according to governor jerry brown is to meet today with residents affected by the fires and tour the damage inventory county the un on voith for the middle east says there is a serious risk of escalation following president trump's recognition of jerusalem as the capital of israel us ambassador meanwhile is urging all countries to temper their statements and actions in the days ahead as empires michelle and reports us ambassador nikki haley says president trump newest decision would raise concerns by cheese telling the un security council that israel has the right to decide what its capital is and she believes peace is advanced quote when were honest with each other israel will never be and should never be bullied into an agreement by the united nations or by any collection of countries that have proven their disregard for israel's security european diplomats say.
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"A superior court judge in los angeles has rejected a four hundred seventeen milliondollar jury award to a woman who claims johnson and johnson's telcom base baby powder gave her ovary and cancer daniel carson reports the judges also granting the company's request for a new trial judge merrick nelson agreed to a new trial saying jury misconduct in the august trial ended in an excessive award for damages she also ruled there wasn't convincing evidence to show johnson and johnson acted with malice ever etcheveria use the baby powder for decades she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer ten years ago her lawsuit claimed consumers weren't warned the product was allegedly a potential carcinogen although she passed away her attorney intends to appeal the judge's reversal johnson and johnson denies its it causes cancer the company is facing hundreds of similar lawsuits nationwide jury awards have so far totalled hundreds of millions of dollars for npr news i'm daniel carson in pasadena california this is npr craft brewers are trying to fight back against the world's largest beer conglomerate a crown funding campaign was launched this past week by the boulder coloradobased brewers association to buy and or busch inbev can you and sees desmond o'boyle has more craft breweries have been rising unpopularity over the years and a response and has or busch inbev has been buying up smaller operations such as colorado's breckenridge and oregon's would mean brothers julia curse is the program director for the brewers association part of them aren't going on right now if you can't beat him by umbreit enact what we've seen from big beer and hip part of our take crap back after is really taking a pray from big beer playbook and turning it on them and fame we're going to buy you now within days the campaign has already received over two and a half million dollars in pledges the money has been collected yet and it's still a long way to go to reach the goal of two hundred and thirteen billion dollars to buy inbev for npr news i'm desperate o'boyle in greely colorado.
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"For npr news i'm sukhi lewis a judge in los angeles has dismissed of four hundred seventeen million dollar award against johnson and johnson and granted the company a new trial daniel carson report on the latest decision in the lawsuit by a woman claiming she developed ovarian cancer after using tell products made by johnson johnson superior court judge mehra nelson's ruling is the latest setback facing other women and family members who were accusing johnson johnson of not warning consumers about the alleged cancer risks of its talcum products almost five thousand plaintiffs across the country have filed similar lawsuits ever etcheveria use the baby powder for decades even though she died her attorney intends to appeal the reversal the main ingredient in this is npr news a federal appeals court is blocking a trial judge's order to allow an unaccompanied immigrant teenager to undergo an abortion within days the appeals panel says the administration's should have until october thirty furs to release the girl tune of dealt sponsor the seventeen arose being held in an immigration shelter in texas a new study in the journal of world systems researches raising questions about how the world's love of chocolate could be affecting the planet as npr sner read isenman reports the findings suggest there could be a link between demand for chocolate and deforestation in poor countries the main ingredient in chocolate is cocoa beans come off the couch trees that traditionally were grown in the semi shade of forests but over the last decade a surge in worldwide demand for chocolate seems to driven a change in that practice farmers in areas where life coco is grown have been ramping up use of a hybrid tree that can grow without shade that gives them an incentive to tear forests down and plant only cacao trees.
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"Of new homes for low and middleincome families the building permit process will be faster and cheaper for housing projects tacking on feast real estate document actions should bring inasmuch as three hundred million dollars a year voters will have the final say on the biggest funding source a fourbillion dollar bond that will be in next year's ballot state senator jim bell says there are projects on the state docket ready to roll they have so many applications they care fun is not funny so there's a lot projects just waiting for this money the money generated will pay for as many as ninety thousand affordable rental homes over the next decade but steady say a million plus homes will be needed each year just to keep pace with population growth for npr news i'm daniel carson in pasadena california and promotion this is npr news the former football legend oj simpson is freeman today is spokeswoman for the nevada prison system says simpson was released overnight after serving nine years for a botched robbery attempt in las vegas simpson said the effort was aimed at recovering sports memorabilia and other items he claimed were stolen after his 1994 acquittal in the killings of his former wife nicole brown simpson and her friend ron goldman the police chief in edmonton canada says last night stabbing of a police officer is being investigated as an act of terror speaking to reporters a few hours ago the chief said police took the suspect into custody overnight but only after the highspeed chase of a white uhaul truck the chase ended after several pedestrians were struck dozens of people detained saturday after clashing with police during a neo nazi march in the swedish city of cotton burke to results reports at some six hundred demonstrators took part in the rally the openly antisemitic nordic resistance movement or inam are gathered hundreds of followers dressed in black in sweden a second largest omar wanted to march past a synagogue in downtown gothenburg during its demonstration on yom kippur judaism's holiest day swedish courts declined the request and shortened the legal time allowed for the demonstration counterdemonstrators also fought with police as they tried to get to the enemy are marchers some twenty four inter's mostly danes and germans were blocked from joining the rally swedish prime minister stephane lucent says the.
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"It's just a few blocks from the street where a driver rammed his car into a group of counterprotesters killing higher and wounding nineteen others a 20yearold ohio man is accused of driving the car into the crowd police in los angeles say they're looking for a sexual predators seen on video surveillance attacking a woman four days ago has daniel carson reports neighbors are angry apparent witnesses did nothing to help police say the woman who lives in van nuys an la suburb fought like a tiger when her attacker wrestled her to the ground in front of her apartment building it lasted a few minutes before he took off the security video also shows course driving by and a woman walking past the building while the attack was happening noone came to her aid police say noone dialed nine one one home construction in the us is down the commerce department says housing starts fell four point eight percent in july demand for singlefamily homes was weaker the number of building permits issued also declined i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york three weeks before the primary election thousands of tenants set a queens housing complex don't know where they're supposed to vote wnyc's bridget bergen reports the controversy is over a polling site it looked brac seedy and affordable housing development with upwards of fifteen thousand residents in corona queens tenants say they've been voting in a community room there for decades but the board of election says there's not enough space for wheelchairs to navigate so the site doesn't comply with the americans with disabilities act their consultant notified them up the problem last year they say they didn't make any changes because it was too close to the presidential election they still haven't picked a new site whatever happens year is going to happen we're not happen based on the level of cooperation ad coms from the land that's executive director mike ryan addressing frustrated tenants in activists at the boards weekly meeting yesterday the tenant association president melita kadisha buys says the board should have fix the problem sooner i have never seen so much confusion all polls say in my community the.