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"daniel crude" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"daniel crude" Discussed on KTOK

"Three officers were hospitalized. People entered the outdoor area of restaurant multiple of them were taken into custody throughout the protest Belief you cure gas and rubber bullets, just first crowd community calling for action after the newly released body cam footage of the arrest of Daniel crude, but it showed law enforcement painting fruit on the ground with a bag over his head, and he died seven days later. Selig's Hogan. Protesters turning out in Louisville today with Kentucky Derby is running over the police death. Briana Taylor. Armed counter protesters are also there and support of police and President Trump. The Derby was delayed for four months because of the pandemic. No fans are attending the race. President Trump strongly denying a report in the Atlantic that he made disparaging remarks about service members during a visit to France in 2018 and resisted a visit to an American military cemetery there. Fox News Jennifer Griffin, who is a well respected colleague here, a Fox news, She's well source for many years, she heard from two former U. S officials who were on the trip to France. One was in a meeting toe actually plan the trip. To the cemetery. They confirm parts of the Atlantic article, but not perhaps the most troubling part about the words, quote suckers and losers. Faxes. David spun a gas pipeline explosion near a mosque in Bangladesh has killed 13 people and injured 30 is worshippers were about to end their prayers. The explosion happened Friday night just outside the capital, Dhaka. America is listing Fox News. From the fuck news podcasts network downloading, listen to Tyrus and Tim. I really believe Kleiner's was the best choice for our show. I was kind of hoping for cat. There's somebody else got in. I'm like, I can't do that impersonation you probably could. But we're now back in 1952. Where if you did that, you're a racist person and you'll be fired because you can't be an actor and betrayed character.

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"daniel crude" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"daniel crude" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And three officers were hospitalized. People entered the outdoor area of restaurant multiple of them were taken into Custody throughout the protests. Police you cure gas and rubber bullets to disperse the crowd. The community calling for action after the newly released body cam footage of the arrest of Daniel crude, but it shows law enforcement painting fruit on the ground with a bag over his head, and he died seven days later Functions. Alex Hogan protesters turning out in Louisville today with Kentucky Derby is running over the police death of Briana Taylor. Armed counter protesters are also there and support of police and President Trump. The Derby was delayed for four months because of the pandemic. No fans are attending the race. President Trump strongly denying a report in the Atlantic that he made disparaging remarks about service members during a visit to France in 2018 and resisted a visit to an American military cemetery there. Fox News Jennifer Griffin, who is a well respected colleague here, a Fox news, She's well source for many years she heard from two former U. S officials who were on the trip to France. One was in a meeting toe actually planned the trip to the cemetery. They confirm parts of the Atlantic article, but not perhaps the most troubling part about the words, quote suckers and losers. Thanks is David spun a gas pipeline explosion near a mosque in Bangladesh has killed 13 people and injured 30 is worshippers were about to end their prayers. The explosion happened Friday night just outside the capital, Dhaka. America is listening, Fox News This is an important message for all current and former Boy Scouts. The Boy Scouts of America has.

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"daniel crude" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"daniel crude" Discussed on KCRW

"Police officers have been suspended for their involvement in the killing of Daniel crude, the latest on protests there, and we talked to Daniel's brother Joe proved on morning edition from NPR news. The violence that some anti racism protests has demonstrators worried about their own safety. I'm Noelle King, and I'm Rachel Martin. We also explore how a Kentucky community has already recovered most of the jobs that lost the spring. The White House pushes back hard on a press report that includes quotes from the president disparaging the U. S military. All this while Trump tries to gin up more support from his base on the campaign trail. And a conversation with the woman who ran for president of Belarus against the longtime incumbent. It's Friday, September 4th comedian Damon Wayans is 60 Thie News is next. Live from NPR News. I'm Corvo Coleman, the US Marshal Service as a suspect wanted in last Saturday's killing of a right wing activist in Portland, Oregon, has now been shot and killed. They say Michael Rydell was killed in Washington State Thursday. Rhino, a self described supporter of the left wing and teeth of movement, had taken responsibility for killing activist Erin J. Danielson. Saying it was self defense. Oregon Public Broadcasting's Conrad Wilson reports. Portland officials are very concerned. A real worry is that these two killings, you know, someone supporting the far left another supporting the far right will inflame an already very tense political situation here and potentially across the country. Portland's mayor, the police chief, Oregon's governor are pleading with people to stop the violence, but no one seems to have a plan on how to end it. Conrad Wilson in Portland Police in New York City say they're looking for the person who drove his sedan into a crowd of black lives matter. Protestors in Times Square last night. There are no reports of serious injuries. Several vaccines are currently being tested around the world to see if they will prevent people from getting the Corona virus as NPR's Joe Palco reports. The decision on when to complete the testing trials will partly depends on an independent panel of experts. The trial's underway or what's known as a double blind, placebo controlled trials. Neither the person administering the injection nor the volunteer recipient knows whether they're getting the vaccine candidate or an inert placebo. This has done to avoid biasing the outcome of the study. But an independent panel known as the Data and Safety Monitoring Board does know these air experts not directly involved in the study. They'll be making sure that the vaccine itself isn't making people sick and they'll be looking to see whether fewer people get sick in the vaccinated group compared to the placebo group. Answers are expected by the end of the year. Joe Palka NPR NEWS, The exiled leader of the opposition in Belarus, tells NPR that people in Belarus no longer accept President Alexander Lukashenko. He's been in power for 26 years. NPR's losing Kim reports from Moscow. Belarus had a disputed presidential election last month. Svetlana Tekin. Oska, a self described housewife decided to run against President Lukashenko after her husband, Sergei was barred from the election. They were sure that nobody would support me because it was my husband was famous, not me. And when they so that people support me, they put my husband in jail again. After the election, Deacon Oscar found safety in Lithuania and spoke to NPR. Protests against vote rigging and police violence. Belarussian women have played a key role our women in distant that they are leaders as well, and they don't have to stay in their kitchens that they can go and fight for their rights. Lucien Kim NPR news Moscow You're listening to NPR news. The Labor Department will release its monthly report Unemployment this morning. It's expected to show US employers created about one million jobs in August, but that would be fewer than the number of new jobs created in July as the U. S economy rials from the Corona virus pandemic. Last checks show that more than 29 million Americans were taking some form of unemployment benefits. Census Bureau is sending out additional paper forms. For the 2020 cents is too some U. S. Households that have not yet participated as NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reports senses advocates worry any postal service delays over the next few weeks could harm the accuracy of census information. The Census Bureau is still collecting 2020 senses. Responses online at My 2020 cents is dot gov and over the phone through the end of this month, But many residents in rural areas rely on paper forms to do the census on their own. Census Bureau is under pressure from the Trump administration to deliver the first set of census results to the president by the end of this year. Beer says it's only processing paper census forms that are postmarked by September 30th and received by October 7th. Results of the senses help determine how an estimated 1.5 trillion a year in federal tax dollars are distributed to local communities from Medicare, Medicaid and other public services. LAWANG NPR NEWS NEW YORK President Trump welcomes the leaders of Kosovo and Serbia to the White House today. Kosovo declared independence from Serbian about 12 years ago in most countries have recognized this. The cause of our and Serbian leaders are to discuss economic matters today. I'm Corbett Coleman. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Ford Foundation, working with visionaries on the front lines of social change worldwide to address inequality in all its forms. 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"daniel crude" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:11 min | 2 years ago

"daniel crude" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Good morning. Seven. Rochester, New York police officers have been suspended for their involvement in the killing of Daniel crude, the latest on protests there, and we talked to Daniel's brother Joe proved morning edition from NPR news. Violence. It's some anti racism protests has demonstrators worried about their own safety. I'm Noelle King, and I'm Rachel Martin. We also explore how Kentucky community has already recovered most of the jobs that lost the spring. The White House pushes back hard on a press report that includes quotes from the president. Disparaging the U. S military all this well, Trump trusted gin up more support from his face on the campaign trail. And a conversation with the woman who ran for president of Belarus against the longtime incumbent. It's Friday, September 4th comedian Damon Wayans is 60 Thie News is next. Lie from NPR News on Corvo Coleman. The US Marshal Service says that officers shot and killed Michael Forrest Raina ll in Washington state last night. Rydell was wanted for murder in the killing of a far right activist in Portland, Oregon, last weekend. Austin Jenkins of the Northwest News Network, says Rhino, a self described supporter of the far left ideology and TIFA had been under surveillance. Officials tracked right now to an apartment complex near Olympia, Washington, where U. S marshals say officers tried to arrest him. They say he was armed and that officers opened fire. It's not clear if right now also shot at officers, but none were injured. Right now was a suspect in the death of Aaron Jay Danielson, who was shot and killed following a pro Trump caravan in Portland Saturday. Right now was a self described supporter of Antifa. It said The shooting was in self defense. Austin Jenkins reporting. The mayor of Rochester, New York, has suspended seven police officers. This is in connection with the death of Daniel Prude, a black man in their custody last March. Remember Station w X X i. James Brown reports there have been two nights of protests in Rochester as video of prudes. Death has been released. Community conversation on proves death turned chaotic Thursday night proof suffocated in police custody in March. He was restrained while naked in the middle of the street, but need to his back in a sack on his head. He died a week later. The city Rochester kept proves death quiet until his family revealed on Wednesday. That stoked anger, which lead to black lives matter. Protestors rushing the podium Thursday during a community conversation on police reform. They screamed that police chief Laurent Singletary alleged a cover up. And demanding he leave. But that didn't end the night's protests. Black lives matter. Leaders led hundreds of people to rosters, Public safety building or police used pepper balls to disperse crowds. For NPR News. I'm James Brown and Rochester. The Labor Department will release its monthly snapshot this morning about unemployment. It's expected to show that US employers added more than one million jobs during August. It is NPR's got, Horsley reports, the rebound from the Corona virus recession appears to be losing steam. Forecasters expect to see fewer jobs added in August, then were in July and July's numbers were already down from the month before. While the unemployment rate is expected to decline, perhaps to the high single digits, it's still painfully high. At last count more than 29 million Americans were collecting some form of unemployment benefits. At this rate, it would take a long time to put all them backto work. Two surveys this week showed improvement in both the manufacturing and service sectors of the economy. But while factory production was accelerating in August, the much larger services sector appeared to be having the brakes. Scott Horsefly NPR news Washington. This is NPR. More than 6.1 million people have been infected with the Corona virus here in the U. S. That's nearly a quarter of all the virus cases in the world, according to Johns Hopkins University. Nearly 187,000 people have died of covert 19 in the United States. Globally, the death toll from the diseases nearly 869,000 people. Facebook and Twitter, both flagged posts from President Trump that encouraged Americans to go to the polls. Even if they have already voted by mail. NPR Shannon Bond reports, The tech companies are cracking down on false election claims. Twitter put a label on the president's tweet, saying they violated its election integrity rules, but it says it's leaving them up because of public interest. Facebook also put a notice on Trump's post on its platform, saying that voting by mail has quote a long history of trustworthiness in the US Trump has frequently claimed without evidence that mail in ballots are rife with fraud. A Facebook spokesman said the company will not allow people to post a video of Trump urging supporters in North Carolina to vote twice unless they're sharing it to correct the record. Intentionally voting twice is illegal. Both companies are under pressure to guard their platforms from manipulation ahead of election Day. Shannon Bond. NPR NEWS SAN Francisco Meanwhile, starting today, North Carolina is sending an absentee ballots requested by voters demand his sword admitted the pandemic. The director of North Carolina's Elections board, has also issued a statement, She reminded voters that it is illegal to cast an absentee ballot by mail and then tried to vote again in person. Korver Coleman NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Abe and Ida Cooper Foundation Commemorating Fred Cooper by supporting public radio programming that highlights issues including diversity, racism, equality, anti Semitism and sexism and the N E. E. Casey Foundation. One morning edition. Next up in Rochester, New York. Rochester, New York police officers have been suspended in the death of Daniel Prude more details on that from NPR's Liz Baker. Also, Rachel Martin of NPR.

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