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"david leakey" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

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"david leakey" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Amy shot rock the morning it's eight thirty North Korea says its test of a new missile the previous day were meant as a solemn warning over south Korea's weapons development and its joint military drills with the United States south Korea's military said the flight data of the launches showed similarities to a short range nuclear capable Russian missile north Korean version could likely reach all of South Korea and would be extremely hard to intercept house of representatives has passed a two year bipartisan budget deal and then headed out of town for the August recess they gave it to eighty four and the nays are one forty nine the bill which addresses the debt ceiling and boosts government spending by three hundred twenty billion dollars won praise from both sides of the aisle I think this is the most significant thing we have done together this year Republican Tom call referencing what many view as a major feat in Congress these days major in deep systemic rajon Yarmouth we're in a very very diverse of polarized environment the bill suspends the debt limit through July twenty twenty one making it possible for the federal government to pay the bills it is already accumulated without the fault the bill now goes to the Senate Linda can young Washington the justice department says the US will resume executing death row inmates for the first time since two thousand three Attorney General William Barr has instructed the bureau of prisons to schedule executions starting in December for five men all accused of murdering kids although the death penalty remains legal in thirty states executions on the federal level are rare the move is likely to stir up some fresh interest in an issue that has largely been dormant in recent years investigation into marines accused of helping smuggle migrants into the United States has led to the arrest of sixteen of the of the marines at a California based near the US Mexico border the marine corps said the arrests were made Thursday at camp Pendleton the marines are accused of crimes ranging from migrant smuggling to drug related offenses this comes weeks after two marines were arrested near the border and suspension suspicion of a transfer fourteen three Mexicans after they crossed league illegally into the U. S. a report issued by the Senate intelligence committee says the Russian government directed extensive activity against US election systems ahead of the twenty sixteen presidential election it comes the same day that FBI director Christopher ray warns of repeat action we expect much of the same in twenty twenty especially with new cyber tools they are continuing to fall in the hands of adversaries who would do us harm the panel issued recommendations for election security in man is now issuing a complete volume of its findings the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo has American doctors trying to to ensure the public that that they're prepared if the virus makes its way to the U. S. David Leakey is the chief medical officer for the UT health system he said the twenty fourteen Ebola outbreak or scare in Dallas was monumental for future preparedness initially the only laboratory capable of people and have been in Texas was our Austin laboratory but we quickly added testing capacity in Dallas last week the World Health Organization declared the Ebola outbreak in the Congo is a public health emergency of international concern doctors say though it's very unlikely that the virus will make it where it make its way to the U. S. Southwest Airlines says the planes that were grounded following two crashes on airlines overseas likely won't fly until after the holiday travel season causing some projected revenue to fall the airline is also shutting down operations at Newark airport but economists but Weinstein says luck could change for southwest whenever the planes do get back in the air the long term impact on southwest and the other airlines affected by the grounding will be particularly significant in the meantime the grounding of Boeing seven thirty seven MAX planes continues to pose challenges for Southwest Airlines Southwest says the planes that were grounded following two crashes on airlines overseas likely won't fly until after the holiday travel season causing projected revenue to fall the airline also shutting down operations at Newark liberty International Airport but economists but Weinstein says look could change for southwest whenever the planes do get back in the air so I think the long term impact on southwest and the other airlines affected by the grounding will be particularly significant it's unclear exactly when the groundings will be lifted Clayton level KLIF news Houston woman has started an online petition calling for American Airlines to update its dress code policies after claims she was sexually in racially discriminated against Akhter teacher roe says she wasn't allowed to board the plane until she covered up her clothing I will never buy with American Airlines but more important than me was the way it made my sanity all in various machines he really hated like me the petition called freedom to fly now has more than thirty five thousand signatures fort worth based American Airlines made a public apology on Twitter for more information visit KLIF dot com Kaplan Zire KLIF news and KLIF used I'm not eight thirty five let's have another look at that Friday morning traffic.

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