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"david mckenzie" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"The world of finance today find out how we can help you contact us at ubs dot com eight nineteen in paris. Nine thousand nine here. In london we have never experienced anything on this scale. The words of the south african high commissioner to the u k yesterday in response to last week's riots and looting the violence was sparked by the imprisonment of the former president jacob zuma in defiance of an instruction to attend an investigation into claims of corruption. Well now the clear up has begun and they are counting the cost david. Mckenzie is an international correspondent for cnn and he joins us on the line johannesburg. Kelly david good to have you with us. Good morning. i'm a. Could you just describe. What's the damage actually like. The damage is extensive. I mean as you said that. They've never seen anything like this. In south africa people many decades and across counting province and causing tell province. There's just lodged swats of commercial and retail space. That has been asked the destroyed now. The police are going around trying to recover some of those looted goods but even just the physical structures that we've witnessed Burning for days both here around hattiesburg on and over the weekend is quite breathtaking and be damage both intended the trust of the government and just the physical damage and supply lines of this country in these key. Areas aren't gonna take a long time to get right and it sent me a day when the military is called out to keep the peace. Of course you know being in the webster. And witnessing the military at first tentatively and then with much greater force on those streets is very jarring in south africa i mean all of us of a certain age remember the military being in the same townships and informal settlements during the doctors of the pate a crushing the anti apartheid movement. And i have the move by president To get military on the streets to calm the situation and it was extremely jarring sight to see that and an president. Ramaphosa has said. We won't let anyone destroy our democracy that the suggestion is that this is a coordinated effort to unseat the government. I think at this stage. We needed to see proof of that. Certainly is talk from the ruling party and the president. That in their words was an organized. Insurrection attempt clearly. They was based on what we saw on the ground in terms of the coordination and the speed which this unfolded there was some level of coordination and they was not just retail shops looted. Which one can expect. I guess if the chaos ensues in terms of the huge wealth gap in this country emma but there was also a commercial and the air is warehouses that were torched and there was arson. Which suggests something more at political but there hasn't been proof yet given that and there is some level of contradiction within the government's messaging ramaphosa cooling. This as an attempted coup almost his defense minister coming out yesterday and saying that it wasn't so i think we have to wait and see whether there's any proof of that sydney there was a candidate for undefended whether it was an organized movement on that scale that remains to be seen. I mean there's a suggestion also this this could be something of a judgment on the government of the anc. It has been in power since the creation of the current south african south africa. Yes and i think it speaks to the huge divisions within the ruling inc both in terms of the way that they reacted to what was a severe crisis. Meaning when i say they i mean the government which in and out of itself is sometimes hard to differentiate from the ruling party and also just the subsequent disagreements but publicly and privately within the party. The answer has a lot to onset bowl with the chaos at seared and what has been interesting in the business community in the middle class in south africa which is across the races. It's no longer than a race based class system. Yeah of course will then twenty years after democracy coming in has been a lot more vocal in criticizing the president in the last few days. I do think feel. The country feels relieved that the situation is calm. But there's a lot of finger pointing now wide got to this. Never chaos afrika go from him more. Generally i mean yes. The clean up and rebuild has to be done but in terms of the way that this event has possibly reshaped some history here. What's the President ramaphosa Is right in saying that. This has exposed again the massive wealth gap in this country. I mean as a journalist. We traveled to all these regions frequently. Tell the stories of all south africans and across the continent but many south africans both black and white these days. Don't really spend necessarily a lotta time in these areas where you can witness the level of poverty. Desperation in this country where many many millions of people depend on social grants from the government to survive. I think would this is open. The is again of generally south africans to how desperate many people but also help fragile democracy. Is i think it took a few days of chaos. Really expose that a lot needs to be done to rebuild this country in a way that more people feel that they are benefiting from this democracy and also that business and the middle class and the the huge commercial interest in this country that are up and criticized. Do you have an Practically in just making this country would that large corporations will actually change the way. They're the operator will exercise pressure on the south african giant government to to introduce some element of rebalanced society in the economy. Were the two things going on. What is just the security of the transport. The food lion at the food systems all of that has taken a lot of pressure. I mean just over the weekend there was already fuel shortages just after a few days of this chaos part of it linked to panic buying but also just food getting onto the shelves becomes challenging when trucks move across the country. It's almost like choking off the entire konami or at least the pot of the economy because of this chaos. That shocked a lot people. What else has shocked. People was that ordinary citizens were standing there. They pick up trucks and sometimes with with weapons in the kind of entrances to the neighborhoods the weekend because they didn't trust the police even the military to a less extent to protect them. I think while these malls these these businesses will likely rebuild. There's a huge loss of trust in the government Right now by many quarters because at feel that copycat saying david thank you so much for joining us. That was david mckenzie from cnn. In johannesburg you're listening to the globalist on monocle. Twenty four to lebanon which plunged into further political crisis on friday. When the country's prime minister site hariri resigned again. Happy butter is an.
"david mckenzie" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Dozen people have been charged with being part of a twenty five million dollar scheme to help wealthy. Parents get their children at the top universities. Correspondent Nick reports. The actress Felicity Huffman appeared in federal court in Los Angeles today, the government was asking for a high bond, and they said the reason for that was like look we have got transcripts of phone calls on which she is talking about these are their words bribery, and she is being dishonest today asked for a high bond in the end the bond was set at two hundred fifty thousand dollars the court said that she has twenty million dollars in property assets. Plus another four million so she can afford it allows actors Lori Laughlin also faces charges in the case. The Federal Aviation Administration. As issued a statement that it is continuing to monitor the Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight after its involvement in a second deadly crash, but has no plans right now to grounded correspondent David McKenzie says more than forty other nations have pulled the jet out of service as a precaution. China Singapore, Indonesia. Australia. If you're the Caymans Mongolia, it is charge it. That's just a partial list of all of those countries and airliners that have grounded this brand new type of the Senate will vote later this week on a house resolution blocking President Trump's declaration of national emergency to get a border wall built. Correspondent Phil Mattingly reports the White House is trying to stop anymore. GOP defections vote is coming whether Republicans like it or not it's scheduled for Thursday. They have to because of the clock they're on. And at this point in time. I'm told anywhere between ten and fifteen Republicans could break with the president on his central issue the wall because of the mechanism he's using to try and fund it the big question now is can the White House. Do anything over the course of the next forty eight hours to try and tamp that down on Wall Street. The Dow fell ninety six points. The NASDAQ gained thirty.
"david mckenzie" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Wherever you go college admission scheme airplane crash. I'm Anne Cates for dozen people have been charged with being part of a twenty five million dollar scheme to help wealthy. Parents get their children at a top universities correspondent, Nick watt reports. The actress Felicity Huffman appeared in federal court in Los Angeles today, the government was asking for a high bond, and they said the reason for that was like look we have got transcripts of phone calls on which she is talking about these are their words bribery, and she is being dishonest today asked for high bald in the end the bond was set at two hundred and fifty thousand dollars the court said that she has twenty million dollars in property assets. Plus another four million so she can afford it allows actors Lori Laughlin also faces charges in the case. The Federal Aviation Administration. As issued a statement that it is continuing to monitor the Boeing. 737 max eight after its involvement in a second deadly crash, but has no plans right now to grounded correspondent David McKenzie says more than forty other nations have pulled the jet out of service as a precaution. China Singapore, Indonesia, Australia, if Pierre the Caymans Mongolia, discharge it that's just a partial list of all of those countries and airliners that have grounded this brand new type of plane. The Senate will vote later this week on a house resolution blocking President Trump's declaration of a national emergency to get a border wall built. Correspondent Phil Mattingly reports the White House is trying to stop anymore. GOP defections load is coming whether Republicans like it or not it's scheduled for Thursday. They have to because of the clock they're on. And at this point in time. I'm told anywhere between ten and fifteen Republicans could break with the president on his central issue the wall because of the mechanism he's using to try and fund it the big question now is can the White House. Do anything over the course of the next forty eight hours to try and tamp. Doubt. On Wall Street. The Dow fell ninety six points. The NASDAQ gained thirty three I'm Ann Cates..
"david mckenzie" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Emergency. I'm Anne Cates. The Federal Aviation Administration has issued a statement that it is continuing to monitor the Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight after its involvement in a second deadly crash, but has no plans right now to ground it correspondent David McKenzie says more than forty other nations have pulled the jet out of service as a precaution. China Singapore, Indonesia, Australia, if yo- Pierre the Caymans Mongolia, discharge it that's just a partial list of all of those countries and airliners that have grounded this brand new type of play. The Senate will vote later this week on a house resolution blocking President Trump's declaration of a nationally -mergency to get a border wall belt. Correspondent Phil Mattingly reports the White House is trying to stop anymore. GOP defections vote is coming whether Republicans like it or not it's scheduled for Thursday. They have to because of the clock they're on. And at this point in time. I'm told anywhere between ten and fifteen Republicans could break with the president on his central issue. Hugh the wall because of the mechanism he's using to try and fund it the big question now is can the White House. Do anything over the course of the next forty eight hours to try and tamp that doubt members of congress continue to debate the possibility of impeachment house speaker Nancy Pelosi created quite a stir on Capitol Hill this week when she said she doesn't believe congress should pursue impeachment. House minority leader Kevin McCarthy echoes those words from Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, Nancy Pelosi is smart to say that there should be an impeachment because there's no grounds to do it. There's plenty of ground says democratic Representative Brad Sherman violated section fifteen twelve thirty three of the criminal code when he threatened Komi in order to protect Flynn. And that he says is just for starters. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill a mixed performance today. On Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average fell ninety six points, the SMP closed up eight the NASDAQ gained thirty three..
"david mckenzie" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Eight aircraft crashed in Ethiopia over the weekend killing all one hundred fifty seven people on board. Correspondent David McKenzie says more countries now have decided to ground the aircraft China Singapore, Indonesia, Australia, if European the Caymans Mongolia, if he's charge it that's just a partial list of all of those countries and airliners that have grounded this brand new type of play also added to that list this morning. The u k funeral services for slain McHenry county deputy Jacob Kellner are set for Wednesday morning at Woodstock high school. Yesterday Floyd Brown the man accused of shooting and killing Kellner appeared in Rockford courtroom. No plea was entered no bond sat. He's back in court March. Twentieth faces local and federal charges. Meanwhile, the one hundred club of Chicago's expanding its mission to help Cutler's family more on the story from Kathy Volker, one hundred club of Chicago's mission is to provide for families of first responders who lost their lives in the line of duty and cook and lake counties. But they're expanding their service area to McHenry county now, and we'll help the wife and two young boys of McHenry county sheriff's deputy, Jake Kellner thirty five year old Kellner was shot and killed last week while attempting to serve a warrant to a known fugitive in Rockford Joey her and CEO of the hundred club of Chicago joined John how Monday on WLS we were out on Saturday to meet with Becky, the the wife and the family to provide immediate financial support starts in. It starts at just an immediate fifty thousand dollars just to take care of them. And then of course. What's really important for the deputies to children is educational assistance for the for the future? If you want to help, go to one hundred clubs Chicago dot org and make a donation, Kathy. Volkmar WLS AM eight nine empire actor jussie smollet expected at a hearing to discuss whether cameras will be allowed in the courtroom during his disorderly conduct case spokeswoman for small that's attorneys says the actor is expected to attend the hearing Cook County criminal court today. Grand jury indicted smollet last week on sixteen felony counts accusing him of lying to the police about being the victim of a racist and homophobic attack by two masked men in downtown Chicago police alleged smollet staged the attack January twenty ninth because he was unhappy with his salary and wanted to promote his career WLS news time ten oh, four.
"david mckenzie" Discussed on KGO 810
"Exit vote. I'm Michael Toscano. The United States is refusing to do what China Singapore, Indonesia, Australia, Ethiopia, the Caymans Mongolia, Mexico and others are doing rounding fleets of Boeing's new seven thirty seven max, eight jetliners two of which have now crashed in similar fashion. The FAA says Boeing is making changes to the max eight which should be completed by April. And so far US airlines are not allow owing fearful passengers to cancel flights on those jets without penalty. Meanwhile, at the latest crash site in Ethiopia where one hundred fifty seven people died Sunday correspondent David McKenzie is monitoring the investigation. I spoke to investigators. Yeah. A short time ago. They said that they felt that the pain might have come at a very vertical angle into the ground because of how deep that crater is in this hillside. The United States insists it has no plans to intervene militarily in the worsening political crisis over who is the president of Venezuela. Even a secretary of state, Mike Pompeo was pulling the last US diplomats out of our embassy there. Correspondent Paula Newton is in Caracas Elliot Abrams. Who is a US Representative for the Trump administration on this has been saying for weeks. Now, people have to be patient, and that when we say all options are on the table. We don't mean military intervention. Venezuela is still struggling to get the power back on after a four day electricity. Blackout in London. The house of Commons is debating and will vote on a new Brexit plan. Brought home by Prime Minister Theresa may following meetings with European Union leaders, the Arken Obelia reports the PM believes she now has what's needed several weeks. Now, the prime minister has been trying to pursue such legally binding.
"david mckenzie" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Toll free telephone number. You want it to be a part of the program? All right, Donna in Staten Island. Donna, how are you? And you know, exactly what's going on in New York because you're in the heart pain, all this money. My friends. How are you? I'm good. How are you? Do you think it's better that she keeps on running her her pyeho, or do you think it's better that we should? Attention because there's two schools of thought some of my friends go, no talk because the more she talks and more people go on the planet is this check from and the other school of thought is why are we giving her so much attention? What do you think what's your opinion opinion is? I know let her talk. I'll let them all talk the party of late term abortion. They're the party of confiscatory taxes. Let the let them go out and sell this new green deal with no planes. No automobiles the combustion engine oil. No gas, no cows and government with government, guaranteed everything. There was an interesting article in the American thinker. How Cossio Cortes had a failed company, and how that failed company is a tax deadbeat and how a warrant has been filed over unpaid taxes to New York. Anyway, they she founded this brook avenue press company in two thousand twelve publishing children's books in the Bronx. They owe the state of New York one thousand eight hundred seventy dollars and thirty six cents in corporate taxes. I wonder when she's gonna pep by the way, but it was you or me we we be handcuffed and put in jail and our lives. Would probably be over much scrutiny my taxes get every year. Donna, do you know, you you just just because you're an outspoken conservative? It is hilarious. I can imagine speaking of New York at taxes. Did you see that that brilliant waste of money by Andrew Cuomo for warns people that now that we had to adjust our time with daylight saving time. He told us to be careful driving because it's gonna be dark. They wasted thousands of hundreds of thousands of dollars of taxpayer money to help people something that should be as clean as the nose on his face. Unbelievable, Donna, we love you. All right. We're gonna take calls final half hour of the show eight hundred nine four one Sean we have so much tonight. All this this liberal love fest. We got all the tape tonight. We've got huge updates and developments on the deep state fake news CNN already two hundred and fifty million dollars. Good luck against Lynnwood. My money's on Lynnwood. I'll bet anything their coverage of the Covington high school kids, we'll get to that. President Trump's disco twenty twenty budget blueprint calls for multiple across the board. Spending cuts in an effort to trim a growing deficit acting budget director Ross votes has some of the rub budding we'll go to protect the border federal resources in front line defenders are overwhelmed at the southern border in the fiscal year. Twenty twenty budget provide sizable funding of an eight point six billion dollars for full completion of the wall and other border security resources China, Indonesia, several airlines around the world have grounded the Boeing seven thirty-seven max, eight correspondent David McKenzie reports crews remained at the scene of the airlines crash separating parts of the end of this. What was a brand new Boeing from parts of the fuselage? There's also been a tragic moments of bringing out the remains of those lost on this flight on Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average rose two hundred one points. I'm Ann Cates..
"david mckenzie" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"And get it. Thousands of teachers are expected to show their support for the blueprint for Maryland's future act at the March for our schools tonight. The act now being considered by the legislature would increase state funding for schools by one billion dollars over the next two years, which will help expand their career technology education and increased pay for teachers says Maryland state Education Association, president Cheryl boast we have fallen behind which makes it very hard to attract and retain the best. Teachers to come here to Maryland had recurred Assam WMA Allen, WFAN dot com. President Trump's twenty twenty budget proposal asking congress for eight point six billion dollars to complete a wall. Along the southern border. The proposal doubles down on the president's national emergency declaration shuffle wall construction money, which is something that Republican Congressman Tom Reed says it congress should be required to vote on as opposed to relying on a democrat sponsored resolution president playing politics and picking choosing when resolutions will occur this resolution of disapproval this occurs at the selection of our congressional leadership. Congress should have to go on record each and every member on each and every emergency action. So they can be held accountable to the people who lease in drug enforcement agents seizing a huge quantity of cocaine in New York. It was found in a port facility authorities here say they haven't seized this much cocaine and a single bust in nearly twenty five years they found thirty two hundred pounds of cocaine packed into a shipping container at the port of New York. Newark it has a street value of seventy seven million dollars. The drugs were found as part of a joint effort between the DA homeland security, and why PD coastguard in New York state police they discover the. The shipping container filled with cocaine on February twenty eighth but just announced it today. A thirties didn't release details about where the shipping container came from. Or who sent it? The port of New York and Newark is the third busiest in the nation. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. The easy opens airlines crash that has claimed the lives of one hundred fifty seven people from all over the world, including eight passengers from the US correspondent David McKenzie says heavy equipment has been at work and the crater created by the crash. They are separating parts of the end of this. What was a brand new Boeing from parts of the fuselage? There's also been very tragic moments of bringing out the remains of those lost on this flight. The Democratic Party has announced its chosen Milwaukee to host the two thousand twenty national convention, it'll take place from July thirteenth through the sixteenth..
"david mckenzie" Discussed on WJR 760
"Claimed the lives of one hundred fifty seven people from all over the world, including eight passengers from the US correspondent David McKenzie says ambassador, David Rayner was among the officials who have visited the crash site today. That the investigators are on their way here. He also said that INTERPOL is working with US and if yo- Pinot Sergey to try identify the remains of those lost in the incident thirty two of the victims were from Kenya. Where that plane was bound eighteen were from Canada and eight were from China. The plane was knew the weather was clear, but the pilots tried to return to the airport. And of course, they didn't make it. The crashes similar to an October crash in which a seven thirty seven max eight built by Boeing flown by the Indonesian lion airline plunged into the Java. Sea minutes after takeoff killing all one hundred eighty nine people on that plane. The similarities included both cruise encountering a problem shortly after takeoff and reports of large variations in vertical speed during ascent. Boeing is not sending out any new guidance. Indonesian? Investigators have not stated a cause for that Lyon aircrash yet, but they're examining whether faulty readings from a sensor may have triggered. An automatic nose down command to the plane, which the lion air pilots fought unsuccessfully to overcome the automated system kicks in of sensors indicate that a plane is about to lose lift or go into a stall gaining speed by diving can prevent a stall in those planes, the lion airplane flight data recorders showed problems with an airspeed indicator on four of the flights days after the October twenty ninth accident.
"david mckenzie" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Go drawing lines final assault. I'm Michael Toscano. Lines are already being drawn for the big battle over spending. That's officially starting just about this minute. As President Trump's budget proposal for the coming fiscal years being delivered to Capitol Hill. Mr. Trump calling for a five percent across the board cut in all spending except for the military as we hear from correspondent Boris Sanchez. President Trump actually asking for a thirty five billion dollar increase in defense spending, including eight point six billion dollars for his long promised border wall. And on top of that President Trump is asking for an additional three point six billion dollars essentially to reimburse money that he's used during his national emergency declaration over the issue of immigration to make it simpler, the president is asking congress to authorize money that he went around them to spend Democrats are not very happy about this military operations against the final Islamic state enclave in eastern Syria are continuing this morning helped by airstrikes from US-backed forces. Cor. Correspondent Ben Wedeman reports from the scene that the US backed forces have made modest advances into the holdout news despite snipers and landmines. This is the third time in the last month that the US back Syrian democratic forces have tried to retake this is a very small piece of land. But every time they've gone in. They've fought for about two to three days and then called a halt to allow civilians to come out Ethiopia and China grounding, their new Boeing seven thirty-seven max at jetliners after the crash of a second one yesterday in Ethiopia. Both the cockpit voice recorder and the digital flight data recorder have now been recovered as David McKenzie reports recovery of the bodies of all one hundred fifty seven people onboard continues Debbie field stretches along way diggers digging up this terrible job the airline plowed into this field about the area of two basketball court Wall Street facing an uncertain opening the Dow futures down one hundred and fifty five points. I'm Michael Toscano. Broadcasting.
"david mckenzie" Discussed on WJR 760
"After the Ethiopian Airlines flight of the max eight crashed all one hundred fifty seven people on board died correspondent David McKenzie on the size of that plane crash area. Gabriel field stretches for a long way to that direction. And right behind me, you see those diggers digging up this terrible job airline plowed into this field behind me. It's about an area of two basketball courts. All indications are this plane went straight down and align nose down correspondent Robyn Creole near the crash site where the authorities are combing through the wreckage some people from foreign embassies. We've seen some people from what looks to the Chinese embassy. We understand that more officials experts from other countries will also be joining in trying to ascertain who. And and make sure that they can. Match remains with the right people. The right family members Chinese airline suspending the use the Cayman Airways says it'll ground. It's max a planes and the Ethiopian Airlines also suspending use of the models. At least eight Americans are among those killed the National Transportation Safety board, and the FAA are helping the Ethiopian authorities in the investigation, the to date up and voice black boxes. Have reportedly been recovered. Correspondent fiery Sibusiso is in Nairobi Kenya. Where that plane was headed. This is a real shock amongst all the people who work for non governmental organizations, like the human rights, people that United Nations Refugee Council, the World Food Program, all of these organizations have massive.
"david mckenzie" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"I'm Elliot Francis. Boeing seven thirty-seven max, eight planes have been grounded in China Ethiopia and the Cayman Islands after one of those planes crashed in Ethiopia over the weekend killing one hundred fifty seven passengers on board correspondent David McKenzie tells what is known about the last few minutes of flight six minutes after taking off from that very busy international airport there in Addis Ababa for the flight to neighboring Kenya. They lost control lost contact with the ground control in Ethiopia. And then soon after the plan appears to have crashed about an hour's drive south east of the capital. This was a brand new Boeing seven three seven eight hundred max with more than forty passengers and crew on ball three countries say they're acting of safety concerns because this week. Crash was the second following another max eight that fell into the ocean off the coast of Indonesia in similar circumstances. Last year killing all aboard. One attorney representing R Kelly says the singer denies being on yet. Another videotape that allegedly appears to show him sexually abusing young girls. See Greenberg says he hasn't seen the tape that attorney Gloria Allred says one of her clients turned over to law enforcement. Satellite images show or so signs that North Korea has restarted its nuclear program. It could be on the verge of a missile launch is national security adviser John Bolton on ABC's this week. The president said he'd be pretty disappointed. If Kim Jon nine went ahead did something like that. The president said repeatedly that he feels the absence of nuclear tests, the absence of ballistic missile launches is a positive sign, and he's he's used that really as part of his effort to persuade Kim Jon that he has to go for what the president called the big deal, complete denuclearization and eastern Syria mortars, artillery explosions and nearly nonstop machine gunfire right now as US backed forces pound the last.
"david mckenzie" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Cates. The National Transportation Safety board is sending a team to assist with the probe into the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jet shortly after takeoff killing all one hundred fifty seven on board. Correspondent David McKenzie reports the flight was headed to Kenya very popular route that is often frequented by national business travelers. United Nations work is between the two East African capitals. Now, they will have to try and figure out just how this went down in clear. Beautiful weather in the early morning commute applied to in east Africa that no survivors reported by state media satellite. Images show, North Korea could be preparing for a missile launch soon. National security adviser John Bolton tells ABC's this week that President Trump is taking a different approach than his predecessors president has been very clear that he's not gonna make the mistakes of prior administrations and one mistake that prior administrations made. Repeatedly was assuming that the North Koreans would automatically comply when they undertake obligations. The North Koreans for example, have pledged to give up their nuclear weapons program at least five separate times beginning in nineteen Ninety-two with a joint north-south denuclearization agreement. The house has reached notable milestone as the house debated HR. One a Bill called the for the people act, a freshman democratic congresswoman was presiding the gentlemen from Illinois. Madam speaker Madam chair before I get started. Could I ask for a point of personal privilege to have the members of this institution in the gallery, recognize us, the first native American woman to ever chair, the house preceding, chairwoman was Deb Haaland of New Mexico? Part of a diverse class of freshmen lawmakers Holland has worked to increase access to the ballot box in her home state, particularly in native American country. Linda Kenyon, Washington. I'm Anne.
"david mckenzie" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"At so you can take us with you wherever you go W L, A Cumulus station. News news at two I'm Heather Curtis. Investigators are digging through the rubble of an Ethiopian Airlines plane that crashed minutes after taking often the opium this morning. All one hundred fifty seven people on board died the victims were from thirty five countries, including eight from America. Those countries are working to identify the dead. The US State Department says it will contact the victims families directly correspondent David McKenzie says they don't get know what caused the Boeing seven thirty seven to crash, very worrying, of course. Because this is this brand new plane, and it could be coincidental but worth worth pointing out that this was the same type of plane that went down the line aircrash late last year in Indonesia, also, a brand new Boeing seven three seven back crash killed one hundred eighty nine people many fear North Korea is preparing to build a rocket after a satellite picture showed increased tactic. Activity at a North Korean long range rockets site national security adviser, John Bolton was asked. What he thought the activity meant on ABC's this week? There's a lot of activity all the time in North Korea. But I'm not gonna speculate on what that particular commercial satellite picture shows. But he says the US government is constantly keeping an eye on North Korea. He added the president would be pretty disappointed if Kim Jong Woon went ahead and did something like that. After he promised not to at a summit in Vietnam. President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, certainly didn't get the book thrown at him when he was sentenced last week on Bank and tax fraud charges. He'll spend four years in prison instead of the twenty call four by sentencing guidelines, Senator John Kennedy reacts surprised the sentence. I thought big number two as I said in the past Mr. Manafort is after. He used to be a partner with with Roger stone. He's he's just asleep. He's always played at the margins. Kennedy speaking on CBS face the nation. One person is dead after a house fire on Brookhaven drive in McLean yesterday afternoon, the person's identity, it's not being released. An autopsy will be done to figure out how the person died. It's that time of year again to change the clocks and though smoke alarm batteries. They are gonna be changing the batteries we recommend at least every six months, and we use the daylight savings because that's the time that everybody remembers Christopher brothers with Prince William fire. Unlike Virginia, Maryland has a law requiring all homes to have alarms with ten year lithium batteries. It is one we do suggest. So that way you're not having to change the battery every six months, we still do recommend.
"david mckenzie" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"The controls was flying from the capital Addis Ababa to the Kenyon capitol Nairobi the plane crash. Just six minutes after takeoff. Thirty one miles southeast of the airport says correspondent David McKenzie is a very popular route that is often frequented by international business travelers United Nations workers between the two East African capitals. Now, they will have to try and figure out just how this went down and clear beautiful weather in the early morning commuter flights in east Africa. But no survivors reported by state media Americans and Canadians are among the dead along with many Ethiopians and Kenyans who federal budget deficit growing sharply under President Trump. But neither party seems to be worried about it. The president will submit a budget to congress tomorrow, but will not address the major drivers of the deficit, Medicare and social security. The budget does however call for cuts in many domestic programs. The Trump administration has been discussing putting in place of policy that would require countries that host American troops in times of peace cover the cost of keeping soldiers stationed there. Correspondent Sarah Westwood reports that a policy shift like this one. This is something the president has talked about for a long time is in keeping with the president's foreign policy so far one central Tenet of it has been the idea of encouraging burden-sharing the idea that countries should have more investment in collective defense. For example, with NATO. The president has been very adamant that countries should meet their commitments to spend two percent of their GDP on their defense. So even though this may be setting to some analysts this is sort of in line with where the president has been all along. I'm Christopher cruise. In west.
"david mckenzie" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The new Boeing seven thirty-seven eight hundred max with a senior captain at the controls was flying from the capital Abba to the Kenyon capitol Nairobi the plane crash just six minutes after takeoff. Thirty one miles southeast of the airport says correspondent David McKenzie very popular route that is often frequented by national business travelers United Nations workers between the two East African capitals. Now, they will have to try and figure out just how this went down and clear beautiful weather in the early morning commute applied Jenista Africa that no survivors reported by state media Americans and Canadians are among the dead along with many Europeans and Kenyans the federal budget deficit growing sharply under President Trump. But neither party seems to be worried about it. The president will. A budget to congress tomorrow, but will not address the major drivers of the deficit, Medicare and social security. The budget does however call for cuts in many domestic programs. The Trump administration has been discussing putting in place of policy that would require countries that host American troops in times of peace cover the cost of keeping soldier stationed there. Correspondent Sarah Westwood reports that a policy shift like this one is something the president has talked about for a long time is in keeping with the president's foreign policy so far one central Tenet of it has been the idea of encouraging burden-sharing the idea that countries should have more investment in collective defense. For example, with NATO. The president has been very adamant that countries should meet their commitments to spend two percent of their GDP on their defense. So even though this may be studying to some analysts, this is sort of in line.
"david mckenzie" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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British woman dies after exposure to nerve agent, police say
"Excuse the great voice of the great lakes seven sixty wjr detroit for rescued shelter place in haiti i'm elliot francis in thailand rescue operations are expected to resume again at daylight for the remaining eight boys and their soccer coach trumped inside a flooded cave before who were rescued sunday a recovering at the local hospital david mckenzie updates their condition we do know that three of them were relatively well enough to be taken by road widen had to be airlifted at back there no confirmation on wits boys officially got out of the cave as you can imagine the communities in this area all desperate to know who is out who remains and what their state of health is bruce woman has died after being exposed to a nerve agent used in the poisoning of an ex russian spy done sturgis died sunday after being hospitalized in southern england back on june thirtieth when she came into contact with that russian nerve agent police in britain believed the two touched something contaminated with that nerve agent the incident also have to forty five year old man in critical condition the state department is encouraging us citizens in haiti to shelter in place following violent protests ner portauprince more detail from armless mature us embassy in haiti issued a notice that us citizens should not leave their hotels or homes until further notice because of ongoing roadblocks and violence in response to a government ordered fuel price hike here's the quote from the state department which warns do not travel to the airport unless you confirmed your flight is departing flights are canceled today and the airport has limited food and water available telecommunication services including internet and phone lines have been affected throughout haiti and it may.
Thai cave rescue: Operation set to resume
"Four rescued shelter in place in haiti i'm elliot francis in thailand rescue operations are expected to resume again at daylight for the remaining eight boys soccer coach trapped inside a flooded cave for who were rescued sunday recovering at a local hospital david mckenzie updates their condition we do know that three of them were relatively well enough to be taken by road widen had to be airlifted back there no confirmation on witch boys officially out of the cave as you can imagine the communities in this area all desperate to know who is out who remains and what their state of health is bruce woman has died after being exposed to a nerve agent used in the poisoning of an ex russian spy done sturgis died sunday after being hospitalized in southern england back on june thirtieth when she came into contact with that russian nerve agent police in britain believed the two touched something contaminated with that nerve agent the incident also to forty five year old man in critical condition of the state department is encouraging us citizens in haiti to shelter in place following violent protests near puerto prince more detail for mature us embassy in haiti issued a notice that us citizens should not leave their hotels or homes until further notice because of ongoing roadblocks and violence in response to a government ordered fuel price hike here's the quote from the state department which warns do not travel to the airport unless you confirmed your flight is departing flights are canceled today and the airport has limited food and water available telecommunication services including internet and phone lines have been affected throughout haiti and it may.
Thailand, Susanna Palmer and David Mckenzie discussed on
"Of the twelve boys trapped in a cave in northern thailand since june twenty third were rescued today and are being treated at a hospital or respondent david mckenzie says the decision to begin the rescue was made because of dropping oxygen levels and the threat of monsoon rains so rain is a major concern in the coming days at the neither here says there could be sleep for days of solid ran that could flood the chamber there in the boys into just a small space of safety so they might be a window that is closing here in this desperate rescue tampa thai official says the healthiest boys were taken out i the official says the operation is going better than expected but it could be days before all of the boys and their twenty five year old coach are taken out of the six mile long cave system for now however the news is good from thailand the drama that has gripped the world continues i'm christopher cruise and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters there will be another way to buy into the music business tencent holdings of china is.
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"For the caribbean california wildfire claims a life i'm christopher cruise barrel is headed toward the caribbean now a category one hurricane in its path the islands of dominika guadeloupe martinique meteorologist derek van dam is closely tracking the storm but we do expect it to maintain its strength as it approaches the windward islands but then it starts to interact with some upper level shear and that means it'll will help disorganized storm even further once it enters the eastern caribbean waters all of our computer models keep itself of puerto rico but could they experienced tropical storm force winds watts definitely a possibility eight thousand acre klamath on fire on the california oregon border is claimed the life of person was found dead inside a burn building the fire said to be just five percent contained and threatening three hundred homes near hornbook california letters from the teenage soccer team trapped in a cave in thailand are being sent to families through rest divers ferrying food and supplies to the trump team and their coach correspondent david mckenzie is outside the cave where some of the letters to parents are being shared i'm fine the weather is quite cold don't forget from pugh and that's his nickname it says don't worry dad mom have you as just disappeared for only two weeks with a number of deadline set by federal judge to reunite immigrant families with their children the trump administration is asking for more time in brownsville texas correspondent miguel marquez a tuesday deadline for reuniting immigrant families with their detained children under age five is an issue by a federal judges order the administration has to put detain parents in regular contact with their kids parents and lawyers representing them say most have had at least one phone call some speak regularly others not at all and this late word the north korean foreign ministry has just said talks the past few days with us secretary of state mike pompeo were regrettable i'm christopher cruise.
South Africa to memorialize Winnie Madikizela-Mandela with national funeral
"In the morning college hoops champs john stolnis has your sports recap coming up mary moloney reports kentucky teachers walked out yesterday and tens of thousands of teachers in oklahoma ditched the classroom favoring the state capital instead teachers want more money in their pocket and want more dollars to spend on their students education educators in oklahoma are some of the lowest paid in the country some working two or three jobs outside the classroom just to pay the bills well actually hold several jobs i work at an event coordinator never management at an event venue i drive for posts mates which is a delivery service i'm also a surrogate teachers in oklahoma and kentucky held walkouts monday protesting low wages and cuts to education funding this is not the exception this is the rule teachers are working several jobs but it's not just about pay in oklahoma the state's teacher's union says that school funding has been cut by twenty eight percent in the last decade which means the burden of making sure the classroom has enough supplies falls back on the underpaid teacher oklahoma state legislators did approve a sixty one hundred dollar raise last week in response to teachers complaints but for those protesting it's only the beginning and in kentucky teachers march to the state capital after controversial pension changes were tacked onto a sewage bill refers to your teacher i've already spent a couple of thousand dollars on my classroom taking care of my kids if i can do it they can find funding protesters in both states are cursed by the success of recent ninety shutdown in west virginia teachers there eventually walked victoriously back to the classroom with a five percent raise mary me reporting twenty one before the hour south africa is mourning the loss of antiapartheid activist winnie mandela here's david mckenzie they celebrating the life of winning mandela outside her home here in soweto she was eighty one years old a struggle stalwarts of south africa president nelson mandela was her husband but she was so much more than that to the people they said she was a leader for the oppressed what is the legacy of winnie mandela a selfless leader of the people of the.