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Iran denies missile downed plane, calls for data

News, Traffic and Weather

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Iran denies missile downed plane, calls for data

"The nine the U. S. intelligence conclusion that it shot down a Ukrainian jetliner killing one hundred seventy six people Iran is calling on the U. S. and Canada to release the radar and satellite imagery they say backs the conclusion pictures from the scene showed what appeared to be shrapnel holes in the wreckage of the Ukrainian jet president trump wouldn't say if you thought the jet was shot down but somebody could have made a mistake I some people say it was mechanical I personally I don't think that's even a question personally you're wrong continues to deny it shot down the jet calling it scientifically impossible ABC's David curly the Iranians have invited the national transportation safety board and bowing to assist the

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"david curly" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"david curly" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"As you know most of you have been there one time or another you know the desire and took off on these bases also for you know just bonkers in Jersey barriers and places to go hide and all that you know we have various levels of protective gear Iran civil aviation authority says the crew of the Ukrainian jetliner that crashed outside Tehran never made a radio call for help and was trying to make it back when it crashed officials said there is a was a mechanical failure in the Boeing seven thirty seven eight hundred there's been speculation it may have been shot down the flight was delayed while the Iran was firing missiles there are indications on the wreckage as well if it was shot down or a bomb blast the question is who will be running is let's see the wreckage and the black box to could tell us what happened to this airline ABC's David curly Iran refusing to around grant access to the voice and data recorders to the U. S. and even bowling one of California's congressional district will remain unrepresented after the resignation of its congressman Republican congressman Duncan hunter pleaded guilty to misusing campaign funds and this week he resigned now California governor Gavin Newsom says there will not be a special election to fill that congressional seat in the San Diego area voters will choose somebody new in the November election and the fiftieth congressional district will be left empty until the new Congress starts in January of twenty twenty one ABC's Alex stone in Los Angeles we're not a Chicago the two twenty something women who'd been living with R. Kelly got into a fist fight inside Kelly's condominium a twenty two year old had to go to the hospital the twenty four year old ran but later surrendered you're listening to ABC news.

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"david curly" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"david curly" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To deliver certain types of packages ABC's David curly tells us this is only for health care supplies that way less than fifty five pound of the drones in the study that preceded this approval which I went down and saw in Raleigh North Carolina where they were flying between several buildings in a Medical Center there they haven't lost a drone so far you PS is actually working with a Swiss company that has this technology and this drone they'll probably start with a smaller drones but that fifty five pounds was everything together the package and the ground so they can get to bigger drones and bigger packages more than a thousand deliveries have already been made in North Carolina over the last six months as part of a government pilot program Google is coming out with new privacy controls on many of its platforms here CBS's Steve case whether it's a YouTube video harlequin is for Google maps new privacy features are being rolled out on YouTube the auto delete option is being expanded to set a time period to get rid of viewing history on Google maps southeast on west fifty sensitivity will not be saved to user accounts and there will be a password Czecho to determine if accounts have been compromised and Google's voices systems can be told to delete the last thing said to it Steve case and CBS news it is one fifty we have seventy three degrees under overcast skies in Boston. drive around Boston for a living therefore please call the State Street thank long medical please WBZ thank you for getting our listeners to their destination thank. thank you the city WBZ's with you on the line tell your driver to put on WBZ. ten thirty. I like to stay calm Boston's newsradio another happy kitchen associates customer kitchen associates took the stress right out of my remodeling project the worker showed up on time he knew exactly what to do and they did it well it was so reassuring to me to know that I always.

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"david curly" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"david curly" Discussed on KOMO

"Sunny and currently and rent and mostly sunny and fifty at ten twenty six. flight to engine damage gave some United Airlines passengers quite a scare over the weekend we hear from ABC's David curly frightening side right out passengers windows up piece of the engine flapping in mid flight part of the engines cover broke loose shortly after this United Airlines flight took off from Denver Sunday morning the pilots of the Orlando bound jet quickly calling controllers. I can't do any chance the well has. we have about six hours if you'll. it was just a half hour after take off the jet turned around landing safely back at Denver just before eight thirty in the morning passengers who were not sitting near the wing getting a chance to see the engine on the ground it is highly it really took some pretty decisive action big decision but turning this around really quickly. simply save some lives United saying in a statement of the flight landed at the airport due to a mechanical issue with one of the engines the flight landing safely and taxi to a gate where customers de plane normally again it's ABC's David curly. reporting on that story some terrorist attacks on US troops in Somalia according to a U. S. official no US forces were killed or wounded in Osher bombs attack on the base west of Mogadishu the Somali extremist group has claimed responsibility for the attack in Bali dogle a but the US official described it as an ineffective attack with the number of enemy killed the U. S. conduct some training at the base for Somali commando unit we Martinez ABC news Washington we have a live update coming your way from ABC in just a couple of minutes and back to more top local regional news couple whose time ten twenty eight there's no stopping traffic who says you have to leave home to go on a great adventure discover new things about your family by hosting a YFU international exchange.

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"david curly" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"david curly" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Morning well president trump is a business man at heart so should not surprise you that he'd like to buy something he reportedly is thinking about buying green land that may sound a little outlandish but correspond a bread milk he says it could be a good move according to the Wall Street journal he's brought this up multiple times now not necessarily seriously just enough to make confidants feel like he's intrigued by it in Greenland is not actually the craziest place to be intrigued by it's technically Danish territory but it runs itself in the US has long had a military installation there along with Alaska this is how we keep access to the Arctic Circle has taken a lot of money from Denmark in fact recently the US had to fend off China from building airports of their own there it's a real national security interests or responded bread okay close call for Dale Earnhardt junior a private plane carrying the former NASCAR driver his life in the fifteen month old daughter crashed yesterday in eastern Tennessee here's correspondent David curly who says fortunately everybody's okay Earnhardt's sister tweeted that everyone is safe the family including baby Isla were taken to the hospital for evaluation Earnhardt junior is a third generation NASCAR driver one of the most popular ever with twenty six wins now retired and working NASCAR TV broadcasts the chip belongs to earn hard junior registered to is North Carolina based company this flight starting in Statesville North Carolina the FDA is proposing some new warnings for cigarette packages they are proposed displays will be graphic and come with dire warnings literal health officials are well under way with graphic radio TV and print ads featuring effects of smoking then they and the mountain but the government's effort to require tobacco companies to put similar warnings on packs of cigarettes has so far failed in court in twenty twelve the food and drug administration's trying again taking comments on thirteen mornings that would include images of cancerous tumors cadavers and disease belongs on packages most developed countries have adopted similar warning labels chucks Iverson ABC news.

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"david curly" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"david curly" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"ABC news I'm Terry Alden or piecing together the last movement of a mass shooter police in Dayton Ohio have released a new video and a detailed timeline of the men who killed nine people only really surveillance video showing the gunman arriving at the Oregon district with his sister and companion before eventually separating the gunmen going back to the car to get the weapon a hoodie and tactical gear the sister companion were among the first shot but Dayton police chief Richard Beal says investigators still can't agree whether they were targeted summer saying absolutely not he he was not intentional some say no I had to be I would say it's inconclusive Dayton police now confirming seventeen people hurt by gunfire up from the initial number of fourteen Bryan Burrough ABC news the justice department says Attorney General William Barr has reassigned the warden from the Manhattan jail where Q. sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein died by suicide over the weekend to staff members have also been placed on administrative leave president trump is back at his Bedminster golf club after touring a shell petrol chemicals complex in western Pennsylvania we celebrate the revolution in American energy that shopping make our economy the envy of the world the plant will turn the area's natural gas deposits into plastics police in Hong Kong say they've arrested five people for unlawful assembly and assaulting police officers after a second day of mass protests at the city's airport it is a business hub so this is what the protesters are hoping to actually impact China and Hong Kong in some places where it hurts continues to be the recommendation of the state department that if you don't have to travel to Hong Kong it may be a time to try and avoid ABC news chief transportation correspondent David curly the jumping ministration says it's delaying some tariffs on Chinese imports until December prompting stocks on Wall.

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Delta Air Lines pilot suspected of drinking arrested before flight

Mac and Gaydos

00:46 sec | 3 years ago

Delta Air Lines pilot suspected of drinking arrested before flight

"A pilot for delta airlines was removed from the cockpit and arrested after allegedly failing a breathalyzer test before his scheduled flight thirty seven year old Gabriel Schroeder arousing suspicion when he ducked out of a TSA line and into a bathroom we're Minneapolis the thirties later found a bottle of vodka A. B. C.'s cheap transportation correspondent David curly has the story visibly nervous pilot does go through screening but police are suspicious and officers fine Schroeder in the cockpit for the flight to San Diego as passengers waited Schroeder's breathalyzer was well over the limit for pilots he was arrested delta found another pilot the flight was delayed for an hour the airline says it has no tolerance for violations of alcohol policies the pilot has not yet been

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Delta Air Lines pilot suspected of drinking arrested before flight

Atlanta's Evening News and Rick Erickson

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Delta Air Lines pilot suspected of drinking arrested before flight

"SB delta pilot arrested accused of being drunk just before he was sent to fly here's ABC's David curly officials tell us the delta pilot was in the security line when he noticed TSA officers conducting additional screening the pilot reportedly turns around leaving the line returning later when no additional screening was under way and he was able to pass through but TSA officers there in Minneapolis already suspicious smelled alcohol and alerted police the thirty seven year old pilot was in the cockpit doing pre flight checks for the flight to San Diego when police arrived W. S. been used time six

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Delta pilot suspected of drinking arrested before flight

WBZ Midday News

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

Delta pilot suspected of drinking arrested before flight

"A delta pilot is under arrest accused of being drunk just before it was about to fly David curly covers transportation news for ABC news officials tell us the Gulf of hot it was in the security line when he noticed TSA officers conducting additional screening the pilot reportedly turns around leaving the line returning later when no additional screening was under way and he was able to pass through but TSA officers there in Minneapolis already suspicious smelled alcohol and alerted police the thirty seven year old pilot was in the cockpit doing pre flight checks for a flight to San Diego when police

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Delta pilot suspected of drinking pulled off flight, arrested

Brian Kilmeade

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Delta pilot suspected of drinking pulled off flight, arrested

"Tyler with delta airlines gets arrested after people accused him of trying to board a plane drunk TSA officers there in Minneapolis already suspicious smelled alcohol and alerted police the thirty seven year old pilot was in the cockpit doing pre flight checks for the flight to San Diego when police arrived reporter David curly says an alcohol bottle was found in the pilot's bag and he failed at least one field sobriety

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Cabin fire forces Virgin Atlantic flight to make emergency landing

Howie Carr

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Cabin fire forces Virgin Atlantic flight to make emergency landing

"Light what it was like aboard the jetliner that made an emergency landing in Boston Thursday night and what apparently because the Firebird from ABC's David curly Boston firefighters scrambling on to the just landed jetliner the virgin Atlantic flight out of JFK had smoke in the cabin actually the smell that everyone noticed first only ten or one of the two hundred seventeen passengers it was definitely concerning we had no idea what it was those firefighters according to the state found a chartered seat and the melted remains of an external battery charger they say because the fire a fire that the flight crew was able to put out nobody

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"david curly" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"david curly" Discussed on KOMO

"Fatal helicopter crash is prompting calls by New York congresswoman Carolyn Maloney to ban on non essential flights over New York City is just too densely. Populated is too dangerous. And there is absolutely no safe place to land. Maloney. Also questioned why the pilot was flying in the heavy rain and foggy conditions. She says she plans to meet with the FAA to review a possible flight ban moving forward. Let's go to our KOMO Newsline. ABC's senior transportation, correspondent David curly is with us. David, good morning. Good morning. What have we learned about what happened yesterday? We don't have a lot of information. We do know that the weather was very bad, low ceiling of clouds and heavy heavy rain, but. You know, your pilots in Seattle. They'll tell you the helicopter pilots there that, you know, with visual flight rules. You can fly that kind of weather, a lot of companies and a lot of pilots if the weather gets too bad in the ceiling is too low. They just say we're going to keep it on the ground. He was not violate a rule or law to fly. But then the question is what happened did he get disoriented and clouds, did you have a mechanical issue as well? Usually, these pilots, ditch the back of the heliport. There's one on either side of the island on the east side in the west side, or they'll put it into one of the rivers. He ended up in Templer temporary flight restricted area, which is around Trump Tower, his friends, and family, and those who knew him at the airport in New Jersey, where this aircraft was kept saying, he was a very good pilot, well respected. They believe he put it on the roof to save lives down below just as the congressman was talking about him. He didn't want to take any other lives. And so he found that Rufin crashed into it taking his life and really burning that helicopter there. There. There's not a left left a lot left, but enough hopefully for investigators to figure out what actually happened. Do we know if he communicated with anyone after taking off, so the where we have from the FAA is that he was not in communication, if you want to cross Manhattan, there, a couple of places you can do it. But if you want to cross in a different spot, you do have to call LaGuardia Airport to get across and F as telling us they didn't get a May Day. They didn't hear from him as to what was going on. There has been some video out there in the profile the helicopter looks similar to the when the crash, but we cannot confirm that it's the same helicopter flying rather, a radically just a lot of questions right now. But as we've seen even in a helicopter crash. Unfortunately, there in Seattle over over the long investigation, they will figure out what happened. All right, David, thanks for the update this morning, ABC news. Senior transportation correspondent David curly executives at some of America's leading companies say the new abortion laws enacted by a number of state legislatures are bad for business. More than one hundred eighty CEO. Does have written an open letter urging lawmakers to step back from restrictive laws passed recently in states, like Alabama Georgia, and Ohio and excessive heat watches and warnings are in effect today through Thursday for parts of California, and Arizona temperatures around the regional reach that triple digits in Phoenix. Hi, sir forecast to exceed one hundred ten degrees for the next few days. Komo news time seven fifty. Get to our propel insurance money update. Tech takes center stage today on Capitol Hill, the House Judiciary antitrust subcommittee set to hold the first of multiple hearings looking at big tech in the power Silicon Valley giants yield the first hearing set for this afternoon. We'll focus on the influence. Big tech companies have over the news media and representatives. We'll hear from stakeholders in the industry. The antitrust subcommittees hearing comes just a week after word that the FTC and DOJ have settled turf over which agency would handle any potential antitrust investigations into Facebook, and Google the FTC leading on Facebook and the DOJ leading on Google. Mark Remillard, ABC news, there are endless options, these days for food delivery and Seattle. But one major players pulling out. Amazon is ending its Amazon restaurant service across the country, June twenty-fourth it was for prime members to get meals delivered from local restaurants. Most of the employees in the failed service have found other work with the company, Wall Street, stocks are a bit higher. The Dow had been up triple digit. We're now up just thirty eight at twenty six thousand one hundred s and p five hundred five the NASDAQ is up twenty five bunny news. This time is brought to you by you. A great night's sleep starts with casper. The casper mattress has four layers of pressure relieving foam for healthy alignment, and extra support try casper.

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"david curly" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"david curly" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"To the ground. They were on a ride that no one would want to experience videos from the ground showing the desperate rescue effort to save those two men, a team of firefighters manages to throw a rope to the workers to finally stabilize the lift bringing an end to that horrific Ryan in that situation to have the composer to catch a rollback to secure it while swinging his amazing and David this went on for nearly an hour. Both of these men are unheard. And tonight officials believe strong winds may have played a role in what happened, David. All right. Marcus our thanks to you as well. And we turn next here tonight, the bombshell, audio recording involving pilots actually warning Boeing confronting the company about problems with its 737 max jets the warnings came after. The first crash. But before the second one ABC senior transportation, correspondent David curly tonight with the audio we're hearing tonight. The heated conversation just weeks after this, I seven three seven max crash in Indonesia on no one is on our plans. I don't disagree union reps for American airline pilots in a tense, November meeting with Boeing's top engineer about that new flight control system in the max, these damn systems on of anybody else. It's called 'em. Cass and can force the nose down repeatedly, the pilots pressing for action. Boeing reply it was starting work on a software fix the worst ever happen. A tragedy like this in even worse thing. Another one did happen a little more than three months later in Ethiopia in both crashes nearly three hundred fifty killed with hundreds of max jets still grounded members of congress demanded to know today. How did the FAA approved the system did it let Boeing drive the process? It wasn't even in the manual that this automated system existed wasn't in the manual. How can you have a system critical safety system? Certified our risk based data driven systems approach has led for to the US safest system in history and in the world. So let's bring in David curly with us live tonight at Reagan airport. David, you've been following this all along..

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"david curly" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"david curly" Discussed on KOMO

"Those three flights. Only one knew what to do it three hundred and fifty people died yesterday in American family sued Boeing said saying the second accident was no accident ABC's David curly reporting. You're listening to ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed. The KOMO morning. News seven oh, two right now, Friday morning, wet roads. But here in the Seattle area. The rain has backed off a little bit. We'll talk traffic in just a couple of minutes. First the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. I'm Gregg Hersholt driver. Suspected of being impaired is being blamed for a collision spanaway this morning. The caused a semi truck driver to veer off a road and slam right into a home or an elderly couple was asleep. Inside. Let's go back to the scene for the latest with komo's Carleen Johnson. Well, every neighbor who walks up and looks at this scene. Just shakes her head in disbelief and all of them concerned about Jenny Reuss and his wife who lived here. They built this home in the sixties. Thankfully, the couple is okay. He is a Korean war veteran. Eighty eight year old. Denny works fulltime at safeway's got more energy than most of us put together, and he knows he is lucky to be alive because he was just a few feet away asleep from where that semi slammed into his house at three o'clock this morning. The semi truck driver had veered off trying to avoid an oncoming driver who slammed into his truck. And that's a truck driver. As you mentioned that pickup truck driver is suspected of being impaired. He suffered minor injuries taken to the hospital and another vehicle was involved as well. But again that semi embedded into the home dividing it really in half. Then he was mostly just worried about his wife of more than sixty years because they lost so many irreplaceable things. Oh, yeah. All right. Collectibles, everything antiques. So many things he is really wiped it out if you were.

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"david curly" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"david curly" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Inexperience I heart radio ninety s week your music your station number one for podcasts. Gusty winds in the wake of a big ocean. Storm in a big ocean storm continuing to pump out some strong winds and some spots especially out across eastern New England note visors for wind here. But we do have the gust at times today and the dry weather. We'll continue to push on in now. Start clouds break up already precept moves away. It wasn't much. Lots of sunshine in the forecast today. Sixty five overnight tonight, some clouds, forty two suburbs. Colder tomorrow clouds on the increase, cooler, fifty nine rain Friday. Highs only in the low forties. Looks dry weekend. Ibero race stage. A chrome a Weather Channel seven ten w this forty eight and ten of the sports news. The Yankees lose to the Tigers three two one Detroit. Getting two runs in the ninth. Inning off aroldis Chapman who takes the loss. The Mets scored five runs in the first and then hang on to beat the Marlins six to five Ahmad resigned to run double IT, Texas, BTC you fifty eight forty four and Lipscomb over Wichita state, seventy one sixty four those winners will meet for the championship. Checking Wall Street. The futures are pointing to a higher start this morning after a mixed eight yesterday, the Dow lost seventy nine points. Nasdaq was up twenty the SNP pretty much unchanged. This morning. Dow futures up one hundred thirteen points, NASDAQ up forty seven s and p futures up fifteen European. Markets are higher some of the stocks trading higher head of the opening bell Intel Micron technologies and Advanced Micro Devices on the negative side of things this morning. Great theon, Caterpillar and Walgreens, and it's going to be a bit longer before those Boeing seven thirty-seven max jets are back in the air. Here's the latest on that from correspondent David curly with summer travel quickly approaching it appears the Boeing seven thirty-seven maxes grounded may not be available for several more weeks Boeing which plan to ask for approval of its software. Upgrade is now. Asking for more time, we're working with customers and regulators around the world to restore faith in our industry. Boeing says it will demonstrate its addressed all certification requirements, but will now ask for approval in the coming weeks that could be up to four more weeks. The FAA saying it won't approve the software until it is satisfied. The software will make it more difficult for an anti stall system in the new jet to misfire and. Easier for a pilot to regain control that system is suspected in two crashes of max is in the past five months in which the jets nose down and up dramatically American in south west who together owned nearly sixty aircraft have been forced to cancel more than two hundred flights every day correspondent David curly net. Flicks planning to increase its subscription price. The streaming service sent an Email to US subscribers. This week reminding them that a price hike was announced in January, and we'll start in the next billing cycle. Your price will go up between one and two dollars. It will make the cost of net flicks between nine and sixteen dollars a month, depending upon.

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Boeing needs more time to finish 737 Max software fix

Atlanta's Morning News

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

Boeing needs more time to finish 737 Max software fix

"Looks like Boeing seven thirty-seven, max planes will remain grounded for the time being ABC's. David curly says the FAA is still going over Boeing software fix. It says additional work by Boeing is needed to review this system. It's called M cast. The FAA says it will not approve the software for installation until the FAA is satisfy anti stall feature may have contributed to two fatal

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Ethiopian Airlines, Boeing And ABC discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

Atlanta's Morning News

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Ethiopian Airlines, Boeing And ABC discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

"With police evidence from the black boxes suggests an anti stall system. Factored into the THEO paean airlines crashed to aviation source telling ABC news that the Boeing seven thirty-seven Max's anti-stalin system did activate before the GOP and airlines plane nosedived into the ground ABC's David curly says it's also suspected in the lion aircrash in October Boeing his unveiled a software update. Even as the first lawsuits filed by the family of an Ethiopian Airlines passenger

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"david curly" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"david curly" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Drama today swat team swarm building in Methuen as police respond to a disturbance of a man with a gun. This all went down at a residence of Broadway. It forced a building evacuation and several streets in the area were shut down one man now under arrest of the swat team taking extra time to clear that building even after the arrest a presidential tweet about Israel, catching many by surprise, President Trump declaring the United States will recognize Israel's sovereignty over the disputed Golan Heights region in the Middle East. This is a major shift in American policy and comes a month before Israel elections Israel captured the western Golan Heights from Syria after the six day war. Back in nineteen sixty seven the president tweeting after fifty two years the time has come for the United States to recognize Israel's sovereignty over a critically strategic and important area. Learning more this morning about the two Boeing seven thirty-seven max, eight jets that crashed in last over the past several months. They did not have a certain anti stall system that was an option that many airlines refuse to purchase. The European airlines in Lyon aircraft did not buy that option. And as ABC's David curly reports max jets purchased by United Airlines don't have the safety option. Either. Not at airline says, listen, our pilots are trained to know. Exactly. What to do if the situation happens? They turn off the system, and they have other instrumentation in the aircraft that they can use to tell them the same kind of information. This really is a public perception problem in Boeing has got to deal with that. But the fact is we have not seen that these aircraft are actually unsafe. In light air. It looks like pilot error. There are some assumptions that Ethiopia could be the same. And we're gonna head back to through now where police have been busy overnight with a swat team as well. To people in custody this morning WBZ's Sheri small is there with an update. Good morning. Sheri? Good morning, Jeff. Yeah. The scene is clear here once again in Methuen but overnight it was quite a different story. A stretch.

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"david curly" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"david curly" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Were United with our airline customers. International regulators and government authorities in our efforts to support the most recent investigation understand the facts of what happened and help prevent future. Tragedies that is Boeing CEO talking about cooperating with the investigation into the 737 max eight jet the plane is at the center of two similar deadly crashes in a span of five months now new reporting says engineers, evaluating the plane may have known about the flaws before it was approved to fly senior transportation. Correspondent David curly joins us live right now. Good morning. David. So what do these what did the engineering sorry about your engineers, you'd say about these new reports? Well, I will tell you that somebody very close to the aviation business for a long time with somebody. You know, when we have these kind of crashes on a lot of unanswered questions, which we have right now, we don't even know crashes are actually related there's always a question of how this new aircrafts? As the regulator too close to the manufacturers. There is a lot of self-certification changed the way it did business a couple of decades ago, and basically they don't have the budget. They don't have the people to be that overlord that's watching over everything. And as in the auto industry, the manufacturer self certifies a lot of what goes into an aircraft. The question was was anything done inappropriately. One thing. That's getting a lot of tension. Is that system that we know is involved in the first crash that anti-stalin system go inside. The acronym of 'em that activated on bad data from the bad sensor is that related to the second crash. We still don't know. But was that system approved under pressures in the region? Is that it it? It causes a severe nose down attitude of the aircraft. And when you when you make the aircraft you something severe like that the aviation world. You don't want one point of data to decide that you want multiple points. And this system was based on one point a data and a lot of engineers don't like that. Was there undue pressure? Dako spheres question. We don't know the answer yet. David win all is said and done and these planes do get back in the air. I as a passenger am I confident that I can get back on a seven thirty seven max or do. I just don't wanna know that I'm going to get on one. I think this point with the amount of attention that have been on this Boeing working on the software upgrade that you should probably feel safe to be on the aircraft. It's not going back in the air until people can sign off, you know. Nobody wants to see another disaster. Like, we've seen in the two in the past five months, and David, you know, before we let you go though, a lot of people have said other aviation experts that some of this has to do with pilot training in some of it may be partly pilot air, and they come down to saying that American pilots do things a little more out of the box than say pilots from overseas is any of that discussion been taken talking or been brought up as well. That is the important big picture discussion to have we're talking about automation here that failed in the liner fresh the first one and the question is are pilots becoming too reliant on automation and losing their what they call stick and rudder skills. And that's what a lot of US pilots will tell you is that you know, they can run the computer really, well, but if you actually have to grab stick and the rubber and control the aircraft how well trained are. We already know even though it's not a final report that that first accident is most likely going to come down to pilot air. I mean, there was a problem with the system activating because of bad data, and they didn't know how system was going to act, but at the end of the day, the procedure is to disconnect the system shut it off. It's like you cruise control in your car. And you skip too close to the car in front of you. What do you do you hit the brake? Cancel pilots. You're supposed to do when the automation is not acting correctly. And that is all about training. All right, senior transportation correspondent David curly. Thanks so much for your time. This morning. Thanks. Newsradio time is six.

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"david curly" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"david curly" Discussed on KOMO

"Here's ABC news, senior transportation correspondent David curly. Right after take off the captain reporting problems. The New York Times reporting the controller saw the Boeing seven three seven Maxine tilting up and down moving unusually fast. And then minutes later panic. A person familiar with the air traffic communication says as the jet accelerated beyond its safety limits. The captain then asked to return to the airport in a panicky voice the plane disappearing from radar three minutes later killing all one hundred fifty seven on board. New data led the FAA to order a temporary. Grounding of all seven three. Kevin max is in the US leaving hundreds of flights canceled. The concern is that the crash is related to the lion. Aircrash less than five months ago with the current fleet of three hundred seventy jets grounded Boeing is stopping delivery of all maxes, but we'll continue building its fastest-selling jetliner with nearly five thousand on order. New details about the aftermath of that. First crash. One seven three seven pilot coming forward, citing a tense meeting between Boeing executives and other pilots last November claiming they were left in the dark about new automated safety feature in this brand new jet after the lion air tragedy. We learned that. There was equipment on our aircraft that we were not aware of it wasn't even on our books. So what do those on the planes actually, think about the planes that have been involved in those two deadly crashes in the past six months? Ooh. Uneasy actually, I fly southwest a lot. I thought that they should have done better job of notifying people had just arrived in Phoenix on a Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight when she heard that the planes had been put out of service here in the US. Lisa Hendricks was flying through the Oakland airport. She thinks maybe the FAA went too far. I know that they've had two planes that have crashed so far, but there's so many that I've been operational that I'm not sure it's really as big of an issue is some people are making it sound like it is. And Dan Lewis also in Oakland says he trusts the FAA feel.

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"david curly" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"david curly" Discussed on KOMO

"Here's ABC news, senior transportation correspondent David curly. Right after take off the captain reporting problems. The New York Times reporting the controller saw the Boeing seven three seven Maxine tilting up and down moving unusually fast. And then minutes later panic. A person familiar with the air traffic communication says as the jet accelerated beyond its safety limits. The captain then asked to return to the airport in a panicky voice the plane disappearing from radar three minutes later killing all one hundred fifty seven on board new data the FAA to order a temporary. Grounding. Of all seven three seven max is in the US leaving hundreds of flights canceled. The concern is that the crashes related to the lion aircrash less than five months ago with the current fleet of three hundred seventy jets grounded Boeing is stopping delivery of all maxes, but we'll continue building its fastest-selling jetliner with nearly five thousand on order. New details about the aftermath of that. First crash. One seven three seven pilot coming forward, citing a tense meeting between Boeing executives and other pilots last November claiming they were left in the dark about a new automated safety feature in this brand new jet after the lion air tragedy. We learned that. There was equipment on our aircraft that we were not aware of it wasn't even on our books. So what do those on the planes actually, think about the planes that have been involved in those two deadly crashes in the past six months? Uneasy actually, I fly southwest a lot. I thought that they should have done a better job of notifying. People had just arrived in Phoenix on a Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight when she heard that the planes had been put out of service here in the US. Lisa Hendricks was flying through the Oakland airport. She thinks maybe the FAA went too far. I know that they've had two planes have crashed so far, but there's so many that have been operational that I'm not sure it's really as big of an issue as some people are making it sound like it is. And Dan Lewis also in Oakland says he trusts the FAA.

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Ethiopian crash: Boeing 737 Max 8 planes grounded

This Morning Weekend

02:24 min | 3 years ago

Ethiopian crash: Boeing 737 Max 8 planes grounded

"Talk this week about the plane that crashed in Ethiopia last weekend killing all one hundred fifty seven people on board was the second deadly crash of a Boeing seven thirty-seven max plane, just five months after several countries took action the FAA ordered the immediate grounding of all Boeing seven thirty-seven, Maxine max nine aircraft in the US this week this country one of the last to make the call following the latest crash for more. Here's ABC news, senior transportation correspondent David curly. Right after take off the captain reporting problems. The New York Times reporting the controller saw the Boeing seven three seven maxi tilting up and down moving unusually fast. And then minutes later panic. A person familiar with the air traffic communications says as the jet accelerated beyond its safety limits. The captain then asked to return to the airport in a panicky voice the plane disappearing from radar three minutes later killing all one hundred fifty seven on board. New data led the FAA to order a temporary. Grounding of all seven three seven max is in the US leaving hundreds of flights canceled. The concern is that the crash is related to the lion. Aircrash less than five months ago with the current fleet of three hundred seventy jets grounded Boeing is stopping delivery of all maxes, but we'll continue building its fastest-selling jetliner with nearly five thousand on order. New details about the aftermath of that. First crash. One seven three seven pilot coming forward, citing a tense meeting between Boeing executives and other pilots last November claiming they were left in the dark about a new automated safety feature in this brand new jet after the lion air tragedy. We learned that. There was equipment on our aircraft that we were not aware of it wasn't even on our books. So what do those on the planes actually, think about the planes that have been involved in those two deadly crashes in the past six months? Uneasy actually, I fly southwest a lot. I thought that they should've got her job at notifying people had just arrived in Phoenix on a Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight when she heard that the planes had been put out of service here in the US. Lisa Hendricks was flying through the Oakland airport. She thinks maybe the FAA went too far. I know that they've had two planes have crashed so far, but there's so many that been operational that I'm not sure it's really as big of an issue as some people are making it sound like it is. And Dan Lewis also in Oakland says he trusts the FAA they

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"david curly" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"david curly" Discussed on KOMO

"News for your Wednesday. Frank Lenzi is at the editor's desk. With Gregg Hersholt, I'm MandA factor. Former Donald Trump campaign, she Paul Manafort is facing another sentencing today. Matt for cook it up to ten years in prison this time for conspiracy and witness tampering in the DC federal court. The charges were brought by special counsel, Robert Muller's office and Manafort was sentenced into Virginia court last week to forty seven months in prison for tax fraud, Bank fraud and failure to report foreign lobbying activities, countries and airlines around the world continue to ground or ban. The Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight airliner in the wake of last weekend's crash in Ethiopia that killed one hundred fifty seven people get the latest from ABC's David curly. The here in the US. The FAA is doubling down against such a move. We've learned there have been reports of concerns to US max pilots telling thirties in November that the nose of their plane sudden. Dipped after engaging. The auto pilot another pilot also anonymously complaining about a lack of training for the new aircraft. The FAA says there are no verified incidence in the US similar to the first crash, and it has no basis to order. Grounding of the newest version of the seven three seven it has been involved. Now in two crashes in less than five months. The president jumping into the debate. Now tweeting that modern jetliners are too complex to fly that led to a phone call with the CEO of Boeing who told the president his company's planes are safe. The New York Times reporting the head of Boeing asked the president not to ground his fleet around the country. Passengers are.

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"david curly" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"david curly" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"If you don't feel safe ABC's David curly on that part of the story now. I Indonesia now Ethiopia the two crashes of the brand new version of the seven three seven so close together that some passengers are asking airlines if they're booked on a max eight. Theory about. Buying Boeing plane. Seventy two of the max is our flown by US carriers all three airlines expressing confidence in the jet southwest. Telling us it's had some calls from customers, but not a high number of cancellations the union for American Airlines flight attendants reminding its members that if they feel unsafe you will not be forced to fly it. Well, at least eighteen airlines around the world have grounded nearly a third of the fleet of delivered maxes the FAA tonight saying no action is necessary. There is no evidence to require a grounding onto couches trust the people that made the plan that it was going to be fine. So tonight, they're saying no action necessary. David corley live at Reagan national airport, and David some are wondering why perhaps the FAA might not ground the planes, at least until data from the black boxes can be analyzed. But so far no move from Boeing or the FAA. And that's because they have no indication that the first crash is related to the second. There is no evidence that they can actually use took around the aircraft. And the Boeing CEO says his aircraft are safe curly with us tonight as well. David. Thank you. Meantime to breaking news from Washington with house speaker Nancy Pelosi just said a short time ago about President Trump and impeachment saying the president isn't worth it. And the other major news the president's budget proposal making news tonight because of what's in it. And what's not here's ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl? Now Nancy Pelosi has no problem being the president's chief nemesis. You have. Trump on. But today for the first time, the speaker of the house flatly declared she is against impeaching President Trump telling the Washington Post, I'm not for impeachment unless there's something so compelling an overwhelming and bipartisan, I don't think we should go down that path because it divides the country, and he's just not worth it. This comes as the White House rolled out a new record shattering budget proposal more than four point seven trillion dollars in federal spending next year loan and trillions more in debt over the next decade something candidate Trump promised. He wouldn't do here's A B. So in eight years, our national debt has doubled. It's going to more than double by the time. It gets look at that. It'll be at twenty trillion dollars. Great job. Great job Obama. He also promised that he would eliminate the national debt within eight years. And as you know, I the debt at the end of his first year was at twenty trillion last year went to twenty one trillion last month twenty two trillion. So what happened to that promise? I mean, the president has added historically large numbers to the national debt instead of keeping a promise to actually pay it off look again the last administration nearly doubled the national debt and when this president ran for office. He made a commitment to the American people that he wouldn't attempt to tackle the debt within eight years, but he's added to trillion more than two trillion to the national also came into office and had an economic recovery that was needed to put people back to work. The new budget calls for seven hundred fifty billion dollars in defense spending next year a five percent increase and eight point six billion dollars for the wall on the Mexican border three billion more than the president asked for last year. They're also cuts to. Kate and student loans and changes to Medicare. Also, a thirty one percent cut for the Environmental Protection Agency next year alone. Democrats pronounced the whole thing. Dead on arrival. Let's begin giancarl. He's live at the White House asking about the debt there at the White House today and promises made when the president was a candidate. But John I didn't want to get back to what house speaker Nancy Pelosi said late today that she's not for impeachment as we all know, some House Democrats, particularly some of the freshmen have been very enthusiastic very keen at the prospect of impeachment proceedings that she's the leader though. So what's behind her going public tonight? What's our political calculation here Davidson reflection of political reality?.

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"david curly" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"david curly" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"No survivors would hundred fifty seven people on board. And we're now learning eight Americans along with UN staff. Members are among the dead, the pilot reporting problems just before going down and here at home. The passenger jet rocked by extreme air turbulence thirty people heard many tossed around the cabin crew member breaking a leg. Witnesses say it looked like a trauma center in the air. Also tonight tornadoes striking across five states at least ten twisters reported poems damage roofs ripped apart. Rob Marciano tracking. The new storm this week, plus the Jaguar attack a woman Claude after getting to close at the zoo. What she did to get the perfect selfie that landed her India -mergency room the city bus crashing Eurotunnel exploding in smoke and flames. Would investigators say caused the blast for diver swallowed by a whale trapped in its jaws the whole thing caught on camera how he escaped and the professional soccer player. Attacked in the middle of the game. Getting sucker punched by an opposing fans how that player ended up with the last laugh. This is ABC news tonight. Good evening. Thanks for joining us on this Sunday. I'm Tom Llamas. And we begin tonight with the mystery swirling around a deadly plane crash overseas, the new Boeing seven thirty-seven crashing just minutes after takeoff. An Ethiopian one hundred fifty seven people were on board the flight, and there were no survivors a large crowd gathering at the crash site. The pilot reporting difficulties and had just asked to return to the airport. The US State Department confirming several Americans among the victims, the UN secretary general says about a dozen personnel were also killed. This is the second air disaster involving this model of the Boeing seven thirty-seven in less than six months. ABC senior transportation correspondent David curly leaves us off US investigators are racing tonight to this Ethiopian crash site of another brand new Boeing,.

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'Dragon' makes successful round-trip visit to International Space Station

World News Tonight with David Muir

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

'Dragon' makes successful round-trip visit to International Space Station

"Next milestone in space travel tonight after SpaceX dragon capsule successfully returns to earth, the private spacecraft splashing down to the Atlantic Ocean. After a round trip visit to the international space station, and the dragon could do it again as soon as this summer, but next time with the human on board. Here's ABC's David curly. Breakthrough in human spaceflight for America starting for healthy. Parachutes deployed with the successful end of the SpaceX mission and Atlantic splashdown. Attest to prove that this dragon capsule with a mannequin named Ripley filled with sensors is safe to carry Americans to space from American soil for the first time in eight years.

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Commuter jet slides off Maine runway as East Coast digs out from snow

World News Tonight with David Muir

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

Commuter jet slides off Maine runway as East Coast digs out from snow

"Tornado outbreak. Here was part of that same system that brought dangerous driving to the northeast closing schools. Grounding thousand flights and sending a passenger jet veering off the runway during its second attempt to land today. Here's ABC senior transportation correspondent David curly tonight, all that heavy snow too much for United jet. Sliding of a main runway just before noon part of its landing gear breaking off and ending up near an engine a United Express pilot and four passengers flying from Newark retreated for injuries at presque isle. The air. Line says is trying to learn more about why this fifty seat regional jet severely veered to the right

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SpaceX Crew Dragon, built to carry humans, launches demo flight

In the Garden with Ron Wilson

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

SpaceX Crew Dragon, built to carry humans, launches demo flight

"Crew dragon hitching a ride on the falcon rocket complete with a life sized dummy astronaut named Ripley and bound for the international space station the joint launch with NASA. A step toward resuming astronaut flights from the US eight years after the final space shuttle mission ABC's David curly was there for the launch. And Florida overnight. It was a thunderous launch right on time had forty nine in the morning Saturday nine carrying the new dragon crew capsule into space everything working properly. According to SpaceX as the first stage returned to earth and the capsule went into orbit preparing for its docking with the space station

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SpaceX Crew Dragon launch

Clark Howard

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

SpaceX Crew Dragon launch

"First our top local story all eyes on Cape Canaveral ahead of tomorrow morning's potentially historic SpaceX rocket launch David curly. Is there the astronauts who will fly this capsule? If everything goes right say that they are looking forward to all the data that will be coming down from the dragon crew capsule. That includes a dummy test dummy named Ripley after the character in alien sensors all through the dummies neck and head to give a sense of the jeez, the vibrations the pressure as this capsule is rocketed into space. David curly. Kennedy

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John Shucks Iverson, Kennedy Space Center And Spacex discussed on Mac and Gaydos

Mac and Gaydos

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

John Shucks Iverson, Kennedy Space Center And Spacex discussed on Mac and Gaydos

"John shucks Iverson. It's about team on six hours and forty nine minutes until the launch window opens for NASA and SpaceX which are jumpstarting America's manned space program. ABC's David curly in Cape Canaveral Florida. There is a tremendous amount of excitement here at the Kennedy Space Center for the flight in the middle of the night of the dragon crew. It is a test flight goes off at two forty nine. A M eastern time aboard a falcon rocket SpaceX testing. It's capsule. It hopes to carry Americans from American soil in an American built vehicle to the space station. Oh, humans will be

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Trump administration to cancel federal funding of high-speed rail in California

WBZ Afternoon News

01:26 min | 3 years ago

Trump administration to cancel federal funding of high-speed rail in California

"President Trump is demanding the state of California return, billions of dollars in federal funding for high speed rail line between Los Angeles and San Francisco governor Gavin Newsom announced plans to scale back the project which will now run between Bakersfield Modesto. The governor says the president's demand is political retribution for California taking the lead in suing the Trump administration over his national emergency declaration. We get more from ABC's. David curly America remains behind much of the developed world when it comes to high speed trains. I mean, we talk about the Acela between Washington DC and New York, and and onward as being this high-speed train, and it's not fast compared to the rest of the world. So this is a major setback. This project was not managed correctly. Poor decisions were made, and it's going to hurt high-speed projects throughout the country. Another big one that's planned is in Texas. And this can't be good news for those folks. Amtrak is drawing up plans to adjust to the shifting realities of geographical growth and demand. A passenger service is rolling toward a major overhaul of its national network plans. Call for beefing up service in the west and south especially in faster, growing areas, like Atlanta, and Charlotte, but officials say that will likely mean cuts in long-haul runs such as the empire builder. In the southwest. Chief passenger cars will be added. Others will be sidetracked such as sleepers and diners Amtrak. Expect studied nearly four billion dollars for upgrades and changes,

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American pilot arrested at airport, suspected of being drunk

Atlanta's Morning News

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

American pilot arrested at airport, suspected of being drunk

"Have been filed in American Airlines pilots intercepted at the airport in Manchester England on suspicion. He was too drunk to fly. It is unclear if it was the captain or one of the first officers who is being investigated for suspicion of performing an aviation function. When over the prescribed limit of alcohol ABC's, David curly says American canceled the flight and re book passengers bound for Philly the alcohol limit for a pilot

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Virginia governor under fire over racist yearbook page

Sports Central with Greg Matzek

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Virginia governor under fire over racist yearbook page

"Damage control. Following the discovery of a shocking photo from Virginia governor Ralph northbound's nineteen Eighty-four medical yearbook page the photo shows two men wearing black face and a Ku Klux Klan costume, fellow democrat twenty twenty contender Julio Castro and the NWEA CPR backing Republican leaders calls for the governor to resign ABC's. David curly tells us what north of miss seeing about the situation. He said, I am deeply sorry. For the decision to appear in that photo. He said it is clearly racist and offensive as far as the calls for him to resign. He did not say he would he said it will take time and serious effort

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Missing 23-year-old Boston woman found alive, police say

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

Missing 23-year-old Boston woman found alive, police say

"David curly a. Twenty three year old woman who was reported missing this weekend in Boston has been found alive. Police say Olivia Ambrose was found in a suspect's apartment. ABC's Eva pilgrim's, she was taken to the hospital where she is being evaluated. Her family. Putting out a statement tonight. Thanking everyone for helping to bring Olivia home police say a suspect will be

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"david curly" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"david curly" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of TSA officers not showing up for work has more than double compared to a year ago. ABC's David curly has more. Three and a half percent on a regular day of TSA officers. Call in sick that bumped up to about five point one percent over the holiday when the shutdown started. And then we saw it really jump to five point six on Friday Saturday and then over the weekend it jumped to seven point one percent. That's a significant increase. I think we get to double digits. There's a problem airports and Houston Miami shut down some security checkpoints over the weekend due to a lack of staffing nationwide worries with this government shutdown become real after a passenger carries a gun through a TSA checkpoint in Atlanta and made it to his destination in Japan. The TSA says the man boarded a delta flight January second with the gun in Florida Tokyo, Rita international airport. He reportedly told airline workers about the gun when he arrived in Japan. The TSA says standard procedures were not followed and it will hold those responsible account. Countable it denied that it was related to staffing issues stemming from the government shutdown CBS's Ameri green over fifty thousand. TSA agents are among the eight hundred thousand government employees working without pay or on furlough during the shutdown gangs continue to be a problem for law enforcement all over the country. ABC's Pete combs socks with one district. Attorney in the Atlanta area to massive cases against Georgia kings involving one hundred thirty defendants and at least two murders. Cobb County district attorney Vic Reynolds said it's a drop in the bucket. The last FBI number all the way back in two thousand eleven was one point four million gang members Reynolds has eight years later that number is more like two million. He compares that to thirty thousand ISIS members in Syria and Iraq, listen p there is no greater threat. Criminal Justice speaking in the United States than criminal street gangs. Pete combs, ABC news, Atlanta, seven thirty seven at the patriots playoff game, two strangers in a parking lot. Find joy. In much more than a win. WBZ's? Karyn regal in Foxborough with their story. Curtis George from Waltham. Another man wrapping up a tailgate walked over. And I said that you wanna walk into the game together. And he said to me sorry. I can't go. I don't have a ticket. I said well today's your lucky day, David O'Connor, Springfield was just going to hang out in the law. They took off to the a barroom doesn't drink and he has never been in Gillette stadium until now and Curtis. George says he handed his spare ticket to the right guy. This man, Ben such a gentleman, and it's probably one of the most audible things that's done. Because it was just a great day we won. And it's it's great at Foxboro. Karyn regal WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio where learning the White House requested options for a military strike against Iran. Last September, the Wall Street Journal cites current and former US officials who say the request was made by the national Security Council led by adviser John Bolton. The report says Pentagon State Department officials were alarmed the journal says it's not clear President Trump knew about the request or if concrete attack plans against Iran were actually formulated seven thirty eight now, a check of business news. It's brought to you by citizens Bank. We check in with Bloomberg's Andrew O'day. Most Americans are not too optimistic about their finances improving this year, Deb, according to a bankratEcom survey this over fifty five percent of those asked don't see improvement on the horizon with most looking for their finances to stay the same. But almost twelve percent expect things to get worse. The roughly thirty million people to think their finances will be worse this year half blame political leaders in Washington for the predicted downturn another tough economic from China. This one showing a trade slowdown is renewing global growth fears around the world socks down overseas. And we look to join them as a p futures down twenty Dow futures down one seventy five Andrew O'day, Bloomberg business on WBZ..

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