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"david willis" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

02:40 min | 5 months ago

"david willis" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"17 minutes past the hour. Let's get the business now. US stock markets have risen on the news that the Pfizer vaccine has received full regulatory approval there from Los Angeles with the business for us is David Willis. David tell us more Lawrence. The U. S. Economy, of course, has shown a pretty strong recovery this year from the coronavirus employments up spending's up, so on and so forth, but just As it seemed as though the world's largest economy was getting ready to celebrate. Along came the delta variant to rain on its parade. The Food and Drug Administration's approval of the Pfizer Biontech vaccine could be a game changer. However, health officials here believe it's a key step to getting more people vaccinated. Not only because it will help to ease the fears of those who say that this stuff you're injecting into me hasn't been fully tested, but because it will probably lead to more companies and schools and hospitals and other organizations requiring their staff to get vaccinated before they return to work. Indeed, some analysts are saying it could drive the vaccination rate in this country. Around 75% of the population, which is long, of course been Joe Biden's goal. Hence Wall Street's glee today, as the president had anything to say about this president. He said The FDA approval should sweep away any lingering doubts about the vaccine, and he called on the private sector to step up vaccination requirements. Within hours of the FDA s announcement today, the Pentagon said that it was making Vaccination mandatory for all of its military personnel and the New York City School District, which is the largest school district in this country, instituted the same requirement for its teachers and support staff. 170 million people in this country and now Fully vaccinated. That's just over half the population. But in some parts, suspicion still lingers not least in the South Lawrence, which has been the hardest hit, of course, by the Delta variant. Okay, well, many thanks indeed for that David Willis with the business on the line from Los Angeles with the news that the Pfizer vaccine has received full regulatory approval there. President Biden in the headlines as well expected to decide within the next 24 hours whether to prolong the U. S military presence at Kabul airport beyond the end of August. That's what the deadline agreed with the Taliban says. The Pentagon says all U. S troops will now be required to be vaccinated after that Pfizer coronavirus.

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"david willis" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:35 min | 5 months ago

"david willis" Discussed on NPR News Now

"I'm amy held. Taliban fighters have entered the outskirts of the afghan capital according to the a p and now kabul is surrounded. Npr's jackie northam reports. The us is using helicopters to evacuate diplomats from its embassy taliban fighters moved into towards kabul after capturing the eastern city of jalalabad overnight and taking over a border post with pakistan president biden. Increase the number of us forces to help evacuate embassy personnel and other americans other countries are also racing to protect their personnel. A taliban spokesman in doha told el-jazeera that militants are waiting for a deal for the peaceful transfer of kabul to their hands. But there's been a disconnect between the taliban political wing end its fighters afghan president ashraf ghani is holding emergency talks with top u s and nato officials in the region. Jackie northam. npr news washington. More than three hundred people are dead in haiti after a massive earthquake. And the bbc's david willis reports hospitals are struggling to care for hundreds of injured pictures. Posted on social media show collapsed buildings and people frantically trying to pull friends and loved ones from the rubble for a nation. That's been in the throes of a political crisis since the assassination of its president. Five weeks ago. This disaster could hardly have come at a worse time. Giovanelli voice is murder created a leadership vacuum which many in haiti believe has left the government. Ill prepared to deal with a calamity of this kind. The bbc's david willis reporting another threat to haiti tropical storm. Grace could bring heavy rain and flooding by tomorrow evening. Hospitals in texas are overrun by cova cases. But npr's john burnett reports governor. Greg abbott is not backing down from his ban on school mask. Mandate's governor abbott is in a standoff with some of the state's largest school districts. Houston dallas fort worth austin and san antonio in defiance of the governor. They're acquiring all students to mask up when they returned to school. This month last week there was a welter of local lawsuits challenging abbott. Statewide order. that says no governmental entity may force masking. Many of them have been successful so now. The governor has asked the state supreme court to bring the local school officials in line. Many other school districts leery of running afoul of abbott have made masks optional while abbott fights mandatory masking texas. Icu's are filling up with unvaccinated cova nineteen patients with some hospitals. Erecting triage tents. In parking lots john burnett. Npr news austin just days before school starts in florida's broward county three educators have died from complications of covert nineteen all within twenty four hours. The teacher's union president tells npr. The women taught in elementary schools. Non was vaccinated. They were all in their forties. It's npr news. New york state police investigating yesterday's tour bus are asking anybody who witnessed it to step forward more than fifty. People were hospitalized after the bus bound for niagara falls ran off the road and ruled over injuries. Range from minor to serious. The bus left the poughkeepsie area before crashing on interstate ninety more than one hundred miles east of its destination in canada. Prime minister justin trudeau is set to hold a significant meeting. This morning with the governor general. Dan carpenter reports from toronto. Trudeau is seeking an early national election that could strengthen his hold on power according to his official itinerary trudeau and his wife. Sophie gregoire trudeau will meet with governor. General mary simon at ten. Am which will set in motion the dissolution of parliament and the election process the move ends weeks of speculation about whether to will put his minority government on the line gambling on its handling of the pandemic. The election campaign will be at least five weeks long but we'll have a far different look from previous campaigns because of govan nineteen public health restrictions polls over the past couple of weeks suggested trudeau was flirting with majority territory but in the last couple of days. New poll suggested that's not the case with most canadians showing little stomach for a national vote for npr news. I'm dan carpenter in toronto. Japan will never again wage war that pledge coming from prime minister yoshihiko suge as he commemorated the anniversary of the end of world war two. He visited tokyo shrine. Today seem to symbolize. The country's wartime past on august fifteenth nineteen forty five. The japanese government publicly announced defeat. I made me held in washington. You're listening to npr news..

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"david willis" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:35 min | 5 months ago

"david willis" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Herbst. President biden is sending an additional one thousand troops to afghanistan to ensure a safe evacuation of embassy personnel and us allies but as npr's franko or donas reports biden says the us will not be turning to war with the taliban. The new troops are in addition to the three thousand troops he authorized for the mission earlier this week as well as those already there in his first public comments on the new deployment of forces biden defended his decision to pull out of afghanistan and blame the trump administration for leaving him with few options biden said in a statement that the deal cut by former president. Donald trump to leave afghanistan left the taliban and its strongest position militarily since two thousand one biden said is only choice was a brief extension to get us forces in allies out safely or send more american troops to fight again in another country civil war he said one year or even five years of us military presence would not have made a difference if the afghan military cannot or will not hold its own country franko or donas npr news washington seven point. Two earthquake shook haiti this morning. Killing at least two hundred twenty seven people with many more feared dead. Hundreds were injured or are listed as missing the. Abc's david willis has more. The earthquake was felt across the caribbean and sent frightened residents running from their homes. The epicenter was eighty miles to the west of the capital. Port-au-prince pictures posted on social media. Show collapsed buildings and flattened cars. One resident was quoted as saying he could hear people screaming from beneath the rubble. Phone lines are down in much of the area but the us geological survey has warned that a high number of casualties is probable. Bbc's david willis president biden says he sends condolences to those who have lost loved ones and is authorising. Us help to assess damage and assist in recovery efforts hot dry conditions in the pacific northwest or hampering efforts to put out wildfires christian voting pencil of oregon public broadcasting reports fire crews are tracking a dozen uncontained large fires across oregon. Alone ole told roughly half a million acres of land of burnt so far in the state and excessive heat and low humidity over the last few days of cold several years to grow. Mike's turley with the northwest into agency. Coordination center says they've just enough resources to fight these fires but not much more than that. Crew than resources are harder to come by experiencing fire in california and montana wyoming all throughout the west. The wild fire season in the pacific northwest started early this year. But it won't be clear until full how it compared to previous seasons. Meanwhile an excessive heat advisory remains in place for npr news. I'm christian foden vessel and you're listening to npr news. Britain's police watchdog is launching an investigation into wyatt. Twenty two year old man who fatally shot five people in southwestern england was given back his confiscated gun and gun license. We say jake davison killed his mother and four others including a three year old girl before taking his own life in plymouth. A russian airplane fighting forest fires has crashed in southeastern turkey. Killing eight people on board to scar on has more on the plane were five russian army officers and three representatives of the turkish government. Turkey state news agency reported the russian ministry said the amphibious plane crashed while trying to land in the country southeastern donna province turkey doesn't have firefighting airplanes of its own. So the government has rented aircraft from other countries to fight record-breaking forest fires in recent weeks meanwhile flash floods in northern turkey have killed dozens of people. Climate scientists say extreme weather events such as wildfires and floods are becoming more severe due to climate change for npr news. I'm cheri sharon inaugura. In france thousands marched for the fifth weekend in a row denouncing the new cove in one thousand nine health pass that's needed to get into bars restaurants and other public places that pass went into effect last week and today around sixteen hundred police were on hand for demonstrations in paris alone polls though show. Most people in france support the health pass. The country is facing a soaring number of new corona virus infections. Even the more than half of the population has had two shots of the kobe. Vaccine i'm janine herbst npr news..

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2 Dead in Synagogue Bleacher Collapse in Israel

BBC Newsday

01:35 min | 8 months ago

2 Dead in Synagogue Bleacher Collapse in Israel

"David Willis. We stay in Israel, where At least two people have died off the temporary seating at a crowded synagogue in the occupied West Bank collapsed. It's the second deadly accident at a Jewish religious gathering in the country in a matter of weeks. Gareth Barlow has the details This incident happened is people were celebrating the Jewish holidays shove water in about 650 Ultra Orthodox worshipers have gathered in this synagogue in Seti's CCTV footage shows them start on rape, seating and all of a sudden in a split instant the back half of that seating just plunges to the ground. People on it disappeared from view. Those on the front of the seating sent tumbling forwards and we know that in that moment, two people lost their lives around 100 and 70 people injured. This took place in this synagogue, which were led to believe in by the police and authorities was under construction, and local authorities say that they had warned the organizer's that it was unsafe and that the event took place despite permits not being given. Benjamin Netanyahu, The Israeli prime minister, has said that he's praying for those injured. Local police have blamed negligence for this and say that arrests will be made. I think it's important to note that this no link being made between any of the conflict that was seeing in the region, but this does come just over two weeks after 45 people lost their lives in a crusher. Religious festival in northern Israel. Both of these events was supposed be celebrations festivals and they turned into tragedies and this is surely going to post questions for the organizer's and

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Calls for New York Gov. Cuomo's resignation mount as 3rd accuser emerges

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00:51 sec | 11 months ago

Calls for New York Gov. Cuomo's resignation mount as 3rd accuser emerges

"The New York governor Andrew Cuomo, is facing growing pressure from fellow Democrats to resign after a third woman came forward to accuse him off making an unwanted sexual advance. Mr Cuomo was agreed to the opening of an independent inquiry into his actions, David Willis reports. 63 year old Andrew Cuomo is facing allegations from two of his former aides, one of whom is nearly 40 years. His junior. She claims that as well as making comments about her appearance The governor attempted to kiss her against her will. A third woman quoted by The New York Times has also come forward to claim that Mr Cuomo attempted to kiss her at a wedding reception only moments after they had been introduced. Sunday, he released a statement apologizing for comments made to the two former raids and claiming they were meant to be

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"david willis" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"david willis" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Education for all rich and poor That's credited to comedian spitting Children up into year groups. That's comedian teaching not by rote, but through play. Yep, that's down to him because comedians came up with principles of modern education, which were revolutionary, which were only implemented hundreds of years after his death. That these ideas are now so why'd accepted obscures the fact that they were groundbreaking? Indeed, too radical in his day, So join me and my three expert guests to discuss John Amos comedians in this the 350th anniversary of his death. Hello. I'm David Harper with the BBC news Vote. Counting is continuing in the US with all eyes on extremely tight races in a handful of states, which hold the keys to the White House. Earlier, the Democratic challenger Joe Biden, said he was confident he would win success in Michigan and Wisconsin has left him not far off. The 270 electoral college votes required more details from our North America correspondent David Willis. There are millions of votes still to be counted six He states still too close to call Vote Counting is going on into the night here in Arizona, with its 11 electoral college votes up for grabs and Georgia with 16. Electoral college votes. They are expected to reveal latest vote tallies in the next few hours. But Nevada, with its six electoral college votes, isn't expected to declare until tomorrow and, of course, Pennsylvania where there are about 800,000 votes, apparently still uncounted. Understated Willis mentioned they're one of the key battleground states. Still in play is Georgia. Our correspondent Larry Model War is that account in the state? This's state.

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The Supreme Court Fight

The California Report Magazine

04:44 min | 1 year ago

The Supreme Court Fight

"President. Trump will reportedly nominate Amy Cockney Barrett, a favorite of social conservatives to be the new Supreme Court justice. The president's decision to be officially revealed at the White House later today. Has been confirmed to the BBC's US partners, CBS News and other U S media. She would replace the Progressive Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last Friday. Nomination will set off a bitter Senate fight to get her confirmed as November's White House election looms. Our correspondent in California is David Willis. I asked him about Amy Cockney Barris Bad is a devout Catholic. The mother of seven and assuming her nomination is confirmed by the U. S Senate, she will be the youngest justice on the Supreme Court bench. At the age of 48 was seen as a front runner to succeed Ruth Beta Ginsburg, but she is nonetheless the ideological opposite. Of the woman that she is expected to replace. Miss Ginsberg was the leader of the liberal wing of the court and unequivocally pro choice. Of course, Ms. Barrett has called abortion in moral and since being appointed to the Court of Appeals by President Trump. 2017. She has twice ruled in favor of restricting access to abortion. Hence, liberals see her appointment is a potential threat to row versus Wade. That's the landmark 1973 ruling, which legalized abortion nationwide here. A lot of Republicans are very happy. Yes, Republicans on deed. The president's political advisors hope that this election will energize his conservative political base. Evangelicals, religious conservatives In particular Democrats. For their part, I think there may be hoping that this could inspire liberal voters to take to the polls in defense of amongst other things, Roe vs Wade in the past week. In fact, they pull several polls. Have shown that most Americans, including many Republicans, believe that the next Supreme Court justice should be selected by whoever wins the presidential election here in November, and not by Donald Trump. Before then, on that subject, though, there has been some speculation. Hasn't there that if the result of the November elections is disputed legally, that possibly this new lineup of judges could intervene on the president signed. Well, that's absolutely right. Bear in mind that last other justices have been improved in presidential election years. None has been voted on. After July And four years ago, Senate Republicans refused to even consider then President Obama's nomination on precisely those grounds that should be left to whoever Was chosen as the next president, but as well as key issues such as abortion and immigration, universal health care, the US Supreme Court could, as you say, be called upon. To adjudicate the outcome off this forthcoming presidential election. Should the result be disputed, as they're now seems every chance that it will be President. Trump has repeatedly claimed, of course, that the Democrats that trying to steal the election he seems Poised to challenge any result. Really, that doesn't declare him the winner, and this week he refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses, and that's why And he's made this quite plain. He wants toe rush his nominee through the Senate by Election Day. How large in the psyche of American voters do you think the lineup of the Supreme Court is The Supreme Court is important, whether or not it actually masses a great deal to the average voter is another matter. I mean, they shape large parts. Off life here and, of course, they are appointed for life and its therefore significant that Amy Cockney Barents confirmation would shift The center of gravity on the Supreme Court considerably to the right, giving conservatives six off the nine seats, possibly for many decades, and the replacement of a liberal icon move played against the with an outspoken conservative like Amy. Tony Barrett has been called the sharpest ideological swing in nearly three decades as Faras, the highest court in the land is concerned, so the potential implications of this are significant. How much They actually count as Faras Day to day living. His concern of Americans here I think is another matter. The

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Washington state wildfire kills boy, 1, leaves parents severely burned

BBC World Service

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Washington state wildfire kills boy, 1, leaves parents severely burned

"Have continued to rage along the American West Coast, destroying hundreds of homes. A plume of smoke from the wildfires in California has descended on the San Francisco area. The sky has turned orange, David Willis reports from Los Angeles. Dry conditions. Record high temperatures and warm seasonal winds have fuel dozens of fires that are now burning across three states. In Oregon. Several people were plucked from a river after seeking refuge from the flames. Entire towns in Oregon have been virtually destroyed by the flames. In neighboring Washington state. The parents of a one year old boy who died as his parents were escaping a blaze near the Canadian border, have been treated in hospital for third degree burns. Meanwhile, pilot searching for hikers in need of help have taken to wearing night vision goggles in order to steer their way through the smoke.

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"david willis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"david willis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Way they believed in me one day and we have no right to step back now, because if not now We'll be slaves and our people understand this and I'm sure we will tend to end. Her comments came as the authorities started questioning to opposition activists as part of a criminal investigation into the Coordinating Council, a body formed for a peaceful transfer of power. President Lukashenka is refusing calls for a new election. Governor of California says dozens of lightning strikes over the past 24 hours have ignited several 100. More wildfires in this state. Reports say six people have died so far and hundreds of buildings have been destroyed. David Willis reports from Los Angeles. California's governor, Gavin Newsom, says 560 fires have broken out here, leaving more than 770,000 acres of land destroyed. Hundreds of homes have already been lost to the flames and nearly 120,000 people have been evacuated. Lightning strikes stemming from an intense heat wave here are being blamed for many of the fire's on with Mohr. Thunderstorms expected this weekend. Officials fear the number of fires could grow. The United States and the European Union have announced their first mutual trades tariff reductions in more than two decades. The deal will increase market access for hundreds of millions of dollars of U. S and U exports. Ranging from American lobster products to European prepared meals, crystal glassware, some industrial treatments and cigarette lighters. World News from the BBC. Brazilian prosecutor's office has accused two former employees of the Danish shipping company Musk off involvement in corruption. It's part ofthe the carwash scandal wide ranging network of corrupt practice is linked to the Brazilian state oil company Petra Breasts. Musk says it will cooperate with the authorities. A senior police officer in Chile has been accused of firing the rubber bullets that blinded a student during protests. Last year. Leftenant Colonel Claudio Crispo was arrested at his home in the capital, Santiago and charged with grievous bodily harm and misconduct. He denies the allegations. Hundreds of Chilean suffered injuries in clashes with police during mass protests in 2019. Federal officials in the United States have arrested a former special forces officer on charges he spied for Moscow, the Justice Department said. Peter Raphael Dubinsky was recruited by Moscow in the 19 nineties during a trip to Russia. He is alleged to have continued to pass information after he left the army in 2005. He was recently described as a cyber intelligence instructor with links to NATO. The former Greenberry captain has a Russian wife and mother. A prolific Panamanian musician and composer pressure. Asael, who had hits with prominent Hispanic singers, has died in Florida, the age of 70. He had been in a coma and on life support after injuring his head in a full Panama's minister of culture, Carlos Ayala said Pedro Asael had touched generations of music lovers. With the frankness and humanity of his songs. One of his biggest hits was This.

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Trump signs order to bar transactions with TikTok's parent company

BBC World Service

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Trump signs order to bar transactions with TikTok's parent company

"President Trump has signed an executive order banning any US transactions with the parent companies of two off the biggest Chinese social media APS. Restrictions on by dawn's owner off a hugely popular video sharing APP, TIC TAC and 10 cent the parent company off the messaging service, which had come into force in 45 days time, The president said it was to protect US National security. Where's David Willis? The executive order is maintained that TIC tac and we chat constitute a threat both to the economy on the national security of the United States and accused the owners of collecting personal information which could be used either for corporate espionage or blackmail purposes or to track the location of U. S government workers or contractors. The U. S computer giant. Microsoft has expressed interest in acquiring Tic Tac's business here on Microsoft now has 45 days in which to complete the purchase.

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Donald Trump denounces 'merciless campaign to wipe out our history'

BBC World Service

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Donald Trump denounces 'merciless campaign to wipe out our history'

"President Trump has used a speech celebrating Independence Day to condemn what he called a merciless campaign to wipe out America's history under famous heroes. Thousands of people attended the event, with few wearing masks despite the raging Corona virus pandemic. David Willis is in Los Angeles. In a fiery speech, Donald Trump sought to draw a stark contrast between himself and his Democratic rival, Joe Biden going into November's presidential election. In the shadow of a monument depicting four former presidents. He took issue with recent instances of lawlessness and branded protests about police brutality and racial injustice. The product of what he called a left wing cultural revolution. He went on to condemn angry mobs that by toppling the statues of Confederate leaders were seeking to in his words eradicate the nation's

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"david willis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"david willis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Only from our own correspondent off to this person Israel's prime minister goes on trial some criminal defendants come into court in handcuffs Benjamin Netanyahu came with his own podium it was placed in the courthouse corridor minutes ahead of his hearing why hasn't Bob we've been so far as to mobilize public health when it wasn't before unlike cholera HIV TB or malaria covered nineteen is a disease of welfare imported into Africa by rich politicians businessmen and holidaymakers also how it hasn't been social life as normal in the bylaws of Sweden rather semi apocalyptic tables have been removed and spread apart you have to be served sitting down no mingling at the bar and guests were asked to keep two meters away from others even as they queued for the toilets or less and more on from our own correspondent off to this collision of BBC world news hello this is Danielle Galavant scam with the B. B. C. news at least a dozen cities in the United States under curfew as violent protests have continued for a fifth night over the killing by police of an unarmed black man George Floyd the unrest as hits more than thirty cities across America David Willis has this report this was the nineteen America rose up in protest angry destructive protest aimed at the police and their treatment of racial minorities Minneapolis George Floyd died was one of more than a dozen cities in which overnight curfews were imposed only to be largely ignored as night fell I'm gonna gave way to further displays of arson and looting a potent cocktail of factors and now it plays him as well as the and century images of George Floyd's arrest and death the coronavirus has already thrown more than forty million Americans out of work all of which makes it even more difficult to work out how and when this unrest will end because second city Los Angeles was one of the places shaken by violence Lucy Sherriff an independent journalist in Fairfax near Beverly hills told the BBC she'd seen looting that was a huge fire that was started on an.

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Racially charged violence rages for third night in Minneapolis

BBC World Service

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Racially charged violence rages for third night in Minneapolis

"And Minneapolis experiences a third night of violence is rage of the death of an unarmed African American George Floyd one in police custody spills out onto the street State Street but first the latest news hi Mister Macintosh with the BBC news hello the central police station in the US city of Minneapolis has been set alight during the third night of demonstrations over the death of an unarmed American African man at the hands of the police president trump blamed thugs who he said would dishonoring the memory of the man George Floyd he has North America correspondent David Willis the last few days have seen multiple buildings burned to the ground by demonstrators but the subject of this here today is the Minneapolis police department once again the officers fired tear gas but they couldn't quell a crowd of hundreds of protesters bent on another night of arson and looting all of which culminated in a cordon around the city's central police station being breached on the premises set on fire up several files within less inside by which time the building had been

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Some states are taking small steps to reopen

BBC World Service

02:33 min | 1 year ago

Some states are taking small steps to reopen

"Just a day after stay at home coronavirus guidelines from the White House expired a large number of states took steps to ease the restrictions but in a far from uniform manner some like Texas and Georgia have issued statewide orders allowing shops restaurants cinemas and libraries to reopen with reduced capacity while others like Iowa and Colorado have only relax restrictions in mainly rural areas with a lower rate of infection other states like Washington and New York remain far more cautious the governor of New York Andrew Cuomo ordered schools there to remain closed until the end of June but despite the fact the polls continue to suggest that a majority of Americans support stay at home orders state governors are facing pressure from protesters backed by president trump who've been demanding that restrictions be lifted well are you S. correspondent David Willis joins us now David it appears that once those guidelines for the White House expired many states were ready to ease restrictions even somewhere the number of new cases of covert nineteen are still far from under control yes is absolutely right to media and it's a pretty much a patchwork quilt of re openings here about ten thirty states just over are in the process of using social distancing guidelines at the moment all about to over the course of the weekend in Texas for example and stores restaurants shopping malls libraries and so on can reopen but they have to limit the capacity to twenty five percent of normal capacity for at least another two weeks and in Ohio certain businesses will reopen in phases starting from today outpatient health procedures can presume that dentists vets can be open that sort of thing but some states are reopening without having met federal guidelines in particular the required at decreasing cases over a fourteen day period and without enough tests having been carried out officials are warning in some cases and that's prompted a documentary felt she this country's top infectious diseases expert to warn of a significant risk as he puts it of a sharp jump in cases and deaths in the United States if there is some much anticipated second wave of the virus

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"david willis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"david willis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"More than thirty thousand Americans have died from covert nineteen and considerably more than half a million of the virus but president trump says the country has passed the peak of the spread of the disease and he will be announcing you re opening guidelines later today after he speaks to state governors here's a North America correspondent David Willis he's been itching to do this for weeks now the businessman turned politician president is poised to announce that the world's biggest economy will soon be back in business we will continue to make great progress these encouraging developments have put us in a very strong position to finalize guidelines for states on re opening the country which will be announcing we're going to be talking about that tomorrow will be having a news conference tomorrow sometime during the afternoon we're gonna be announcing guidelines and we'll be talking about various states and it's very exciting more than thirty thousand Americans have died from the coronavirus more than in any country anywhere else in the world and although hospital admissions are down and the spread of the virus has slowed health officials continue to warn of the dangers of a second surge if social distancing guidelines lifted too quickly the key issue is testing so far just over three million Americans have been tested for the corona virus not enough according to several leading employers who believe that more testing is needed before people will feel safe to return to work ultimately then it will be state leaders who decide when the economy re opens and not the president I.

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Coronavirus: US death toll passes 2000 in a single day

BBC World Service

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus: US death toll passes 2000 in a single day

"The United States has become the first country in the world to record more than two thousand coronavirus deaths in a single day figures from Johns Hopkins University showed that two thousand one hundred and eight people have died that in the past twenty four hours David Willis reports from Los Angeles researchers had predicted the death toll here would hit its peak on Friday and then gradually start to decline falling to around nine hundred and seventy people a day by the first of may the day members of the trump administration have floated as a possible date to start re opening the economy the United States now has the highest number of cases of coronavirus of any country in the world and with more than eighteen thousand six hundred deaths here the U. S. could soon surpass Italy is the country with the most coronavirus deaths

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Face masks recommended, though Trump says he won't wear one

All Things Considered

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Face masks recommended, though Trump says he won't wear one

"President trump says his administration is recommending that Americans wear face moss to counter the spread of the corona virus that he won't be putting one on David Willis reports from Washington president trump has repeatedly downplayed the severity of the coronavirus and alter outlining the advice of his own medical advisors for all Americans to wear a mask he promptly added that he wouldn't be following it based on evidence suggesting that the virus can be passed on by people who've yet to develop symptoms officials here have concluded this as well as social distancing it is also advisable for people to cover their faces in public but president trump said he simply couldn't see himself with a mask on his

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Wartime Mentality - NYC and LA Mayors Order Restaurants, Bars, Theaters Closed

BBC World Service

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Wartime Mentality - NYC and LA Mayors Order Restaurants, Bars, Theaters Closed

"The mayors of Los Angeles and New York of ordered restaurants bars and cafes to close their doors to try to halt the spread of coronavirus the move comes at the end of a weekend when supermarkets across the country have been emptied by waves of panic buyers David Willis reports the mayor of New York bill de Blasio also unveiled plans to close night clubs cinemas and concert venues from Tuesday onwards he said combating the coronavirus called for what he termed a wartime mentality the member of Los Angeles Eric Garcetti is issuing a similar rule order which also includes gyms and fitness centers and will come into effect almost immediately Mr Garcetti urged churches and places of worship to follow suit bars and restaurants in other parts of the country will soon be closing

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"david willis" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"david willis" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Out publicly each emotional and graphic moment closely followed Harvey Weinstein faced sexual assault and rape charges related to two women the first Mimi Haleyi a production assistant who accused him of performing a forcible sexual act on her in two thousand six she went public in two thousand seventeen with her accusations I remember Harvey afterwards rolling over on his back saying don't you feel we're so much closer to each other now to which I replied the second woman remained anonymous until she testified in court just the command said she was in a degrading relationship with Weinstein and that he raped her in two thousand thirteen four other women gave evidence to bolster the prosecution's case Schering strikingly similar accounts they told the court how was young aspiring actresses and models the influential producer dangled offers of jobs in movie roles and then got them alone in his home or hotel room where he allegedly attacked them Harvey Weinstein did not testify instead the defense focused on trying to discredit his accusers to prove the relationships were consensual the trial raised important questions about consent and victim shaming he used his power to silence his accusers but their courage to come forward has paid off not just for them but for the entire me too movement not a tool for looking back at the Weinstein the Weinstein case at least this part of the case more to come you say from the BBC world service thank you for joining us there is polite and Clement Donnel with you the headlines today more than eighty thousand cases of the corona virus have now been recorded around the world as the economic impact of the outbreak grows up he wants scenes accuses have welcomed US we've just been hearing the cruelty verdicts against the Hollywood mogul in his rape and sexual assault trial and a Chinese court has jailed a Hong Kong book publisher for ten years in the case his family say it's designed to silence dissent James is going to be with the sport in a minute but first we look at the memorial service in Los Angeles for the basketball great Kobe Bryant he died of course in a helicopter crash which also kills thirteen year old daughter not long ago and shortly before the service it emerged that missed bronze window the NASA is suing the company that owns the helicopter for damages from Los Angeles David Willis reports in.

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"david willis" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"david willis" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The same as before North America correspondent David Willis has been telling me about the next stages of the enquiring the house intelligence committee we'll be compiling a report based on the findings of the impeachment inquiry that follows a series of interviews over the last few weeks and that report will then be sent to the house Judiciary Committee ones lawmakers return from the thanksgiving holiday and the next phase of the impeachment process will begin on the fourth of December when the house Judiciary Committee holds a hearing to look into the constitutional aspects relating to the whole of fat president trump and his lawyers have been invited to attend the judiciary committee's hearings and hearing and to question witnesses if they care to do so and the White House has been given until this Sunday to decide whether Mr trump or his lawyers will attend and do you think Mr trump will attend president trump has declared himself keen to testify in DC's complains that his legal team was unable to take part in the first set of public hearings but he's Jew to be out of the country next week attending the NATO summit saying if president trump a sitting president appeared adds an impeachment hearing what would be the reaction from the public this will be quite stunning wanted I'm president is in fact for the president to go before Congress which he's had a very adversarial relationship with and give evidence in public it would of course be must see television as the saying goes but unlikely for a number of reasons despite the fact that the president claims otherwise and meanwhile it does will appear that the house of representatives is getting closer to a possible vote all new charges of high crimes and misdemeanors of to the full house which is Democrat controlled across is likely to take place sometime just before Christmas we think that was David Willis two Albanian now where is six point four magnitude earthquake has struck north of the capital to Rhonda aloha whether it was a real horror so I try to catch us from my home I went through the glass still and I cut myself but fattest Django is with the Albanian red cross he'd been helping with the relief efforts actually a little girls always keeps talk with busy committee let's let's set up for such cases I mean for emergency happening like things like blankets like I do need Keats and other meticulously Fassel's the the rules that we have so we'll always keep the stock available to respond quickly as soon as something happens in this case what happened and we deliver immediately these this don't complain so for about one thousand the if you should use the earthquake has killed twenty people and injured six hundred up to fifteen people may still be missing thousands of Albanians whose homes were destroyed at taking shelter in tents erected by the army going to loony reports from the region it's Albania strongest earthquake for decades yes quake hits while most people were sleeping just before four in the morning those who could made.

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'Presidents are not kings': Federal judge says former White House counsel Don McGahn must speak to House

BBC World Service

02:20 min | 2 years ago

'Presidents are not kings': Federal judge says former White House counsel Don McGahn must speak to House

"Are not kings no one not even the head of the executive branch is above the law all of a judgment from a judge ruling in Washington they could have an impact on the impeachment process against Donald Trump it says the former White House counsel dome again must testify to congressional investigators despite orders from the trump administration that he should not that's related to the now closed inquire into Russian interference in the twenty sixteen US elections on North America correspondent David Willis says that that ruling has potentially serious implications for the trump administration now up to now the white house's insisted to that members form I'm president of the trump administration what immune from giving evidence to Congress for now a federal judge has decided otherwise saying in her ruling that the president is not above the law or not therefore able to come moms are people on his staff not to give evidence to Congress this is significant for a number of reasons not least because it could heighten a Democrat Dimond's for people who Fussball been reluctant to give evidence to the impeachment inquiry to come forward Mick Mulvaney the White House chief of staff the secular state Mike Pompeii of possibly among them and it could perhaps lead to more junior White House aides and StarOffice Bob's decided to come forward and testify of their own volition but also it could bolster any case that house Democrats were thinking of bringing against president trump in his administration in regards to obstruction all of the Congress don McGann it is somebody who serve for nearly two years in the trump administration and there's a great deal about it he told Robert Louis inquiry into Russian meddling in the twenty sixteen presidential election that he was told by president trump on several occasions to get rid of Mr Miller and when that story leaked out he was also commanded to hold a press conference and deny that it ever happened and this again a decline to do both all of those things but clearly he has a lot to say to Congress if you get the chance to do so given that the White House is now appealing this federal judge's ruling

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US judge rules Trump officials can be compelled to testify

BBC World Service

01:00 min | 2 years ago

US judge rules Trump officials can be compelled to testify

"In a ruling that could have implications for the impeachment inquiry against president trump a federal judge in Washington has said that White House staff can be compelled to testify before Congress the judge's ruling in a case involving the former White House counsel don McGann he refused to testify in an investigation into Russian interference in the twenty sixteen U. S. elections the ruling is likely to be appealed David Willis ripples the White House had argued that current and former senior officials had immunity and therefore could not be compelled to testify before Congress but a federal judge in Washington DC has decided otherwise former White House counsel don't my gun gave Lynsey evidence to the special counsel Robert Mulder's investigation into allegations of collusion between the trump campaign and Russia and Democrats had wanted to question him about the possibility of obstruction of justice on the president's part before the current impeachment inquiry into Mr trump's dealings with Ukraine got under way

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Millions in California Face Power Outages Due to Fire Danger

BBC World Service

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

Millions in California Face Power Outages Due to Fire Danger

"Millions of Californians face having that power cards as the emergency services continue to battle to rapidly spreading won't flaws in the U. S. state the local power company Pacific gas and electric says it intends to consulate because it's a surprise to about two million people after one of its transmission towns develop to full today one of the phone is David Willis reports from Los Angeles fueled by high temperatures tinder dry conditions and winds of more than a hundred kilometers an hour the files on moving quickly forcing the efforts of those who are trying to contain them in one country to the north of San Francisco a ferocious blaze now spends an estimated a hundred and twenty square kilometers two thousand people have been evacuated from their homes last year the deadliest firing California's history which caused the deaths of at least eighty six people was sparked by cables owned by the local power company Pacific gas and

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Barr's investigation into origins of Trump-Russia probe is now a criminal investigation

BBC World Service

01:03 min | 2 years ago

Barr's investigation into origins of Trump-Russia probe is now a criminal investigation

"It's emerged that the trump administration is now conducting a criminal investigation into the early approve of Russian interference in the twenty sixteen U. S. presidential election that's inquiry by the special counsel Robert Muller did not establish any criminal conspiracy between the trump campaign and Moscow but it is not clear the president of collusion David Willis has this report for the best part of two years president trump constantly railed against the investigation by his own justice department calling the Miller inquiry a witch hunt and a hoax now in a move that will upgrade an Inquirer either going on the way in may the justice department is to effectively conduct a criminal investigation into itself upgrading the investigation into how the Russian pro began not only crimes investigators additional powers it also enables them to file criminal charges which may please president trump who earlier this year accused the FBI officials who opens the Russia investigation of treason

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Trump: 'Vicious' Democrats 'Stick Together'

BBC World Service

03:12 min | 2 years ago

Trump: 'Vicious' Democrats 'Stick Together'

"Over Donald trump's presidency have never perhaps been more emotional than now as an impeachment inquiry proceeds into his activities in Ukraine the president is urge Republicans to adopt a tough attitude towards his opponents and that seems to have borne fruit as lawmakers disrupted the proceedings busting into a hearing room at Congress in Washington just before they did so Republican not gates told reporters why the group was that to go in there we're trying to figure out what's going on on behalf of the millions of Americans that we represent they want to see this Congress working for them and not obsessed with attacking a president who we believe has not done anything to deserve it we're gonna go later in speaking at a campaign rally in Pennsylvania Mr trump maintained his rhetoric against the Democrats you know the vicious and they stick together but they're lousy politicians I will they have two things they've got two things they stick together and they're vicious a clear idea about what happened at Capitol Hill from all correspondent David Willis well a group of about two dozen Republican lawmakers that tiny ever storms the impeachment inquiry in protest today shouting screaming posting details of their protest on social media as they went and in the process delaying proceedings by about five hours a day taking issues you mentioned with the perceived lack of transparency in these proceedings which of course of being conducted behind closed doors they claim that Democrats are seeking to secretly overturn the results of the last presidential election the claims of course that that being shot out a somewhat tenuous to say the very least because they're all Republican lawmakers on each of the three committees that form the impeachment inquiry they have equal time to question witnesses and indeed the chairman of the house intelligence committee at one of their three committees involved in this Adam Schiff has said that he intends to hold public hearings and release transcripts of testimony once this so called fact finding part of the impeachment investigation has been completed in private but no doubt they felt encouraged traction this way because trump himself as described the inquiry as a lynching he has to the dismay I might add of even someone as I am posse who believe that it using a word that harks back to one of the darkest periods in American history to describe at the state of his political predicament is unfortunate to to say the very least president trump has previously referred to the impeachment inquiry as a witch hunt as an attempted coup but he is ratcheted up the rhetoric in recent days as details of leaks from the inquiry other look to paint him in an increasingly unflattering lights David Willis

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Ukraine Diplomat Bill Taylor Confirms 'Crazy' Quid Pro Quo in Explosive Testimony

BBC World Service

02:49 min | 2 years ago

Ukraine Diplomat Bill Taylor Confirms 'Crazy' Quid Pro Quo in Explosive Testimony

"For weeks democratic lawmakers in Washington have been trying to build a case for the impeachment of Donald Trump based on the accusation the president asked his Ukrainian counterpart to investigate his political rival Joe Biden in exchange for further military eight president trump and says he's done nothing wrong that there was no quid pro quo now to some Democrats say they approve may have reached a turning point after the acting ambassador to Ukraine gave evidence before a congressional committee our North America correspondent is David Willis he told me more about William Taylor's testimony bill Taylor is a career diplomat who served on the every administration both Republican and Democrat since nineteen eighty five and he came out of retirement to serve as America's top diplomat in Ukraine and he testified for more than nine hours on Capitol Hill today telling the impeachment inquiry that he discovered that president trump had made the release of nearly four hundred million dollars in US aid money to Ukraine conditional on a public declaration by Ukraine's president that he was launching an investigation into Mr trump's political rival Joe Biden Mister Taylor said that shortly after returning to Kiev in June last year he became aware of two separate channels of US policy making and channels that he said were at olds with each other there was the formal channel of which he was a pond and the informal unofficial channel made up of the US ambassador to the U. golden some learned the former US special envoy to the Ukraine Kurt Volker and president trump's a personal liability Giuliani the official channel he said wanted to talk about political reform of the security situation in Ukraine someone the unofficial one wanted to leverage and stations into Mr trump's political foes with aid money and a promise meeting with the Ukraine president at the White House it's a very interesting testimony was reaction be well William Taylor is a session under oath of course that president trump leveraged and the promise of foreign aid money to an investigation into one of his political opponents is certainly damning not least of because both the president and his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani have previously denied such a charge and Democrats on the committee adversely describes to Taylor's testimony today is damning disturbing shocking one said the date to could be a potential turning point in the impeachment investigation on this evening the White House issued a statement insisting that president trump done nothing wrong and that there was no quid pro quo as it pushes David

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"david willis" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"david willis" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Pretty. it was another day of fast moving events in Washington our correspondent David Willis told me how it played out the whistleblowers complained asserted that term president trump sorts the cooperation of a foreign government to take the test if you like on his democratic rival Joe Biden we knew that though from the transcripts that the White House released on Wednesday of the cool between the two men what we didn't know is that the White House then sold to lock down the information in order to cover it up basically by relocating a transcript of that conversation to a separate computer system normally used for classified information now the whistleblower maintains that to this is not the first time that a transcript of a cool with a foreign leader had received that kind of treatment either for political rather than national security reasons the whistle blower writes this underscored to me that White House officials understood the gravity of what had transpired in the coal and he says that White House lawyers ordered the removal of the transcript from the computer system in which transcripts are normally stored and insisted they be loaded onto a code word level system that's not otherwise used to store classified information of a very sensitive kind and the big question is David how will this affect the impeachment enquiring and why does that guy from him well I think all the signs are that the impeachment process will gather pace now the key thing to look out for her now that the Democrats of launch to the impeachment inquiry is their signs of dissent on the part of Republicans by and large they've remained a store actually loyal Mr trump's defenders point out that the whistle blower was not a direct participant he didn't listen in on the cold with the president of the Ukraine for example and that he did basis complaint on as many as half a dozen people. who will policies that call upon you to other things that were going on Mr trump for his part is very angry he was overheard a breakfast questioning the loyalty of the White House staff who spoke to the whistle blower he referred to them as spies and suggested that time they should be punished for treason and much as he did this on the move a reporter to Russian meddling he's describing all this is a witch hunt and a hoax he said at one point today there should be a way of stopping it maybe through the courts that was David Willis and let stay in the U. S. as officials that are announcing that the country is to reduce by almost half the number of refugees is some miles in the state department says during the next twelve months eighteen thousand people will be accepted down from the current limit of thirty thousand critics say the decision damages America's ability to protect some of the world's most vulnerable people on North America correspondent Peter values reports. the number of refugees accepted into the United States fluctuates every year according to world events during the Syrian crisis in the final years of the Obama administration increasingly Horia cops were adopted with up to a hundred and ten thousand being allowed in annually but in the Donald Trump the numbers have fallen then you count of eighteen thousand is an all time low the administration says it plans to prioritize refugee slots for Iraqis who worked with the United States ministry some persecuted people from Central America and small groups of religious minorities the decision has been sharply criticized by the humanitarian aid organization the international rescue committee its president David Miliband said it was a very sad day for America he added this refugee resettlement was on essential lifeline that the U. S. provided for the most vulnerable refugees a time of unprecedented global crisis that was Peter values five years ago a forty three student teachers dissipated in the southwest of Mexico the group he'd been on a protest haven't been seen since for their families it's been an agonizing wait and says and justice a government report seen as floored by critics said police officers handed the students over to drug traffickers who killed them and bands that body's protests have been held about the case and the country's president is urging relatives not to lease hype on Mexico and Central America correspondent will grant is in Mexico City and was listening to the family's concerns there's a feeling that there is in March March greater coverall one of the promises find the current president Andres Manuel Lopez it at all he said that he would pay to century and new investigation because the first one was so you signed and today we saw him take to the stage during his morning press conferences and the extra families not to abandon has to the families have confidence in this new inquire re that they will go. a resolution they have very very little confidence in the state as a whole now they have more confidence I would say in the administration of Andrew's mom when it opens on what I know of he is now being in the house of the best parts of the year they would say not enough is being done in that time.

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Justin Trudeau blackface controversy: Here's what we know

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00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Justin Trudeau blackface controversy: Here's what we know

"The Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau said he will press on with his campaign for reelection next month despite a growing scandal over his use of blackface makeup decades ago it's his second apology in twenty four hours David Willis reports first came a picture of Justin Trudeau dressed as a legend then one of him performing Dayo the Jamaican folk song as a talent contest followed by a video of the future prime minister wearing an Afro wig and sticking out his tongue all the images showed Mr today wearing black makeup on his face and hands and although many years have passed since they were taken there now raising questions about his carefully cultivated clean cut to political

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"david willis" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"david willis" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"FM. now from the Cairo radio news centers streaming on the Cairo radio ads in the U. S. five deaths are being blamed on hurricane Dorian now downgraded to the status of post tropical cyclone as it hits eastern Canada tonight Nova Scotia power is dealing with a massive outage in the Bahamas at least forty three people dead from the storm reporter David Willis with more hundreds possibly thousands of people are missing on the tiny island of of a cow in the Bahamas and many fear the place will never be the same again I honestly believe I have a close finishes everything is gone absolutely everything is gone seventy thousand people may be in need of immediate help in the Bahamas. as many as four hundred fifty cases of health troubles related to vaping are now reported including five deaths one in Oregon Carter Evans has the latest. results file on this car like a seventy four Adam herded raider is made in an Illinois hospital for a week sick from vaping a told me if we didn't bring him and only brought him and his lines would have collapsed and he would have died the centers for disease control is now identified four hundred fifty possible Fabian related illnesses in thirty three states baseball is the only common factor in these injuries to date many individuals have reported vaping THC the ingredient in marijuana or other substances no specific device brand or ingredient has been implicated in the health problems now reported in thirty three states hours after being released from the Oakland Raiders today Antonio brown signs a one year contract with the New England Patriots.

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"david willis" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"david willis" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Of war which David Willis is tearing a bellow which is basically people are telling me that represents war it's also a promise it was promised somebody would only sit on his throne which should be Christ and then the next course of the pestilence alone is given a sword to take peace yes he takes state he would tell David if he had gotten in particular instead and then the next towards the phone he builds the temple is Karen not scale and I think it has to do all the festivals and everything in the temple and then that hill course I was thinking about that and I was scared to go near it but I'm thinking okay Christ died on the cross the older P. O. force hello what is it yes is riding on initial policy after one when he was crucified the graves open and when he came out of the two came out of the chair so it's like course Christ died he's buried is resurrected and the people coming out of hell would be not the not the band helm but the one where Abraham and the back or where there's like two sides to it so it's like death and hell followed after so it always reminds me of the four horsemen of the apocalypse tell me about the four horsemen pastor well I appreciate your comments there the first time I ever heard that rendition of the force me to me too yeah but you know something the four horsemen when we look at it certainly is a time when we have the first horse remember Christ does come back on a white horse but that's not the first horseman here this one is the conqueror this is the world conqueror in my opinion that literally takes over the world he becomes your leader the Antichrist who conquers with great power the red horse follows him of war and war will break out soon after affect war will you be happening gearing Jesus even so the last days there will be wars and rumors of wars of course and then we have the black horsemen of the the balance of those have the scales the the wheat and the barley don't touch the oil and the wine the economy the readjusted I call to read you know the re re configuration if you will six times in history the world has had to restart the economy and each time a major empire handed over to another six times the Babylonians of added the Grecians of added the British Empire had it you know it the Babylonian sat at the Persians had at the Roman Senate and somebody's going to have the last king of the last reset will be the I believe the B. system so that's the black horsemen and then on the last one the pale horse of course the pale horseman is bringing death and hell and disease and salmon and catastrophic things in these last days and all of this is just before the coming of the final horseman the one who writes the white stallion the lord Jesus Christ how does the anti Christ get defeated Paul the bigger according to scripture he is destroyed by the brightness of the coming of Christ so there's a great war there's a great work called Armageddon the other several wars we haven't this look we haven't seen the Ezekiel thirty eight war yet Gaga made on without seeing the revelation war on a third of the world gets killed which would be World War three and the last war the war of Armageddon is when Satan takes every army he can of the earth and every beast I think knefel means ref aims than anything else you can crawl out of the cave and any X. extraterrestrial or or not whatever he does he brings of the hordes of hell and the following ones from the sky the host of heaven they're called and he goes to war with Jesus Christ and Christ comes riding with ten thousands of his saints in the final battle of Armageddon and it will be a quick battle it doesn't take long crisis will destroy him and his armies very swiftly very quickly as judgment comes upon the world need to sting take next up let's go to Cornelius in Louisiana hello there Cornelius George and all the props the preacher Hey I'm the god guns a goal man call the Bible bulletin being man so you hit all the right notes tonight if you could George I like to talk to Tommy after we get through with her so keep me over but Paul this is my question for you that last yes I don't know if you heard him talk about artificial intelligence and all like that but I believe the mark of the beast is gonna be there already installing the chips and people in their voluntarily taking it right now but it says in revelation those that don't take it are going to have their heads cut off and that's why I believe that there's no rafter anything like that that Christians are going to be here in the Jews what will refuse to take the market to be so I will I'd like to know if you think that that's the mark of the beast accepting the microchips are computer chips in our hands are here god bless you and thank you dear pastor Paul okay we're gonna take his answer when he comes back in just a moment on coast to coast AM again Paul's website Paul Begley prophecy dot com linked up for you it coast to coast AM dot com and of course you can like us on Facebook follow us on Twitter and watch our you tube channel let coast to coast AM official when you go to you too that's what you put up there in the search bar but we'll be back with final calls in a moment and his take on the mark of the beast next sign up now for coast's own.

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"david willis" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"david willis" Discussed on KQED Radio

"All that to add a controversial question on citizenship to next year's census despite the recent Supreme Court ruling against David Willis in Washington explains why the issue is so contentious president trump once the question inserted into next year's census is this person a citizen of the United States it says seventy years since that question has been lost in a general sense is here and Democrats and some immigrant rights groups are up in arms because they say that supposing that question could deter a lot of illegal immigrants from taking part in the exercise which would skew the outcome and could lead to them losing both congressional state legislative seats and of course billions of dollars in federal funds prosecutors in Mexico say an arrest warrant has been issued for the former chief executive of the state oil company have X. Amelia Sawyer is accused of taking bribes from the Brazilian construction company other breast Leonardo Russia reports Mexican prosecutors say the breast pay ten million dollars to a medial saria was CEO of panax until twenty sixteen the prosecutor's office says missile also yes wife sister and mother I want to in the same corruption case his lawyer rejected the allegations and said he was going to try to revoke the arrest warrants missile soy it was one of the closest advisers of the former president AT keeping and you have to who's not implicated in the scandal prosecutors in the United States is seeking more than twelve billion dollars from the convicted mafia leader question al Chapo goose meant the sum is based on the amount of cocaine marijuana and heroin that his content as those to have smuggled into the U. S. it's not clear what assets Christmann still possesses he's been in prison in the U. S. since his extradition for Mexico in twenty.

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"david willis" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"david willis" Discussed on KQED Radio

"They said this day in there until the cops got there too. Let us come out there is probably about twenty of us in an office and barricaded the door. Any gunshots? Yes. One of the survivors correspondent, in the US David Willis told me about the resulting kale's the local police chief said that twelve people were found eleven actually in the building itself one found shot dead in a vehicle outside that he described the situation as resembling a war zone and it sounds, so it could have been a lot worse had the police not been almost onsite at the beginning. When I think that's probably true. The fact that the police department is housed within that conflict complex, the Virginia Beach municipal center where the gunman carried out this attack, and that officers were able to respond quickly and four of them did had that not been the case. And clearly this tragedy may have been far worse. Do we have any more details of who the attacker? Oh was saying very little at the moment. The police chief said that he would be releasing the name once his relatives had been informed. He said he would mention the name once, and once only he clearly doesn't want to glorify this person. And he believes that the main priority should be focusing attention on those who died and were injured in this attack. Yeah. Horrific event, but we're not really expecting this will prompt any may change in US gone was well, I don't think they'll be very much to come this. They'll be probably the usual hand-wringing that we get after these sort of attacks, but despite measures at state level efforts to control gun ownership, in, in the United States have failed stalled certainly at the federal level. And according to a group called the. Gun violence archive is based in Washington monitors these sorts of things. This is the one hundred fiftieth mass shooting in the United States this year. David Willis as being strong criticism from political and economically over President Trump's threat to impose punishing tariffs or Mexico, unless it stops. Importing it stops illegal immigrants crossing the border, the US chamber of commerce, it was looking to challenge the plan in court while the Mexican deputy economy, minister Luis Maria della, Mora, accused the US, president of using trade as an ago, sheeting tactic in commercial EAC, trait seems to be the favourite pinata of whatever problem might come up in a variety of areas of public policy. And I think we have to be very cautious here in order to understand where the issue is going because it's an electoral issue. It's an issue of internal politics. It's an issue of immigration policy. Toria some economists warning that it'll be American consumers who bear, the brunt if tariffs imposed less than eighteen months before the next presidential election. Is this just a tactic to try and get the Mexicans to take action a question for our Washington correspondent, Jane O'Brien, but that's the big question, because we know that Donald Trump has used the threat of tariffs bargaining chip before. So he might well back down at the last minute. But the issue is that he's prepared to do this, in the first place because it really weaponize is trade policy in order to do something completely unrelated in this case, it's immigration, and what his critics saying, including those business associations that you're talking about is saying, well, it's the wrong move. The tariffs, themselves will ultimately be paid by American families and American businesses, and they won't do anything to solve a very real problem of immigration. The nature of the immigration has changed in previous years when there were large numbers of Mexican immigrants coming across the border. They were migrants looking for work from Mexico. The problem here is that you've got families coming up from Central America and Ecuador places like that using Mexico is a passage to get to the United States. And that's why Donald Trump thinks that Mexico can actually do more to secure its border with Ecuador to stop them coming through in the first place. And then reaching the US the border with Mexico is pretty porous Mexico's own southern border. So that's why Donald Trump believes that this would incentive. Let's say Mexico to do more about that Jamie Brian in Washington, the government inquiry in Australia's investigating the growing use of crystal methamphetamine as synthetic drug known as is investigation is particularly focusing on the impact. Act of the drug among the aboriginal communities, which are five times more likely to use the drug than other communities, regular users can quickly become addicted and consulta. What is known as ice psychosis? The inquiry is due to report its findings in October, from Sydney film us..

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"david willis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"david willis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Judge gave two key figures. Sixteen months in prison and two others. Eight months in jail suspended sentences or community service orders delivered for the remaining for the use of an obscure colonial era law to charge. Protest leaders has been criticized as a deliberate attempt secure maximum punishment. As a means of discouraging, civil disobedience in the future some analysts have described this. As the latest example of a two rating human rights situation in the former British colony the United Nations says that for the first time more, Afghan civilians are being killed by US on procurement forces them by the Taliban and other militants a report by the UN's assistance mission. And ghanistan says that in the first three months of this year more than three hundred non-combatant Afghans were killed as a result of international air strikes are Afghan forces world news from the BBC. The US treasury department has delayed for second time decision on whether to turn over President Trump's tax returns to congress the democratic controlled House Ways and means committee had given the treasury until late afternoon on Tuesday to submit years. If backdated returns, David Willis reports, President Trump's tax returns have been subject of intrigue and speculation ever since the twenty sixteen presidential election. But now, the democrat led House Ways and means committee is demanding six years worth of returns. And having missed the committee's initial deadline. The Treasury Secretary who's department oversees the tax department is now saying he needs more time to consult with the Justice department in order to ensure the. The committee's request is legal President Trump is opposed to current and former White House aides testifying to congressional committees on the Mona report, Mr. Trump told the Washington Post newspaper that he had already cooperated with a special counsel's investigation on Russian interference and the twenty sixteen presidential election campaign. And there was no reason to go further. New Zealand and France to hold a meeting of world leaders and tech companies to try to end the use of social media to promote terrorism. The meeting will take place in Paris in may, and we'll be joined tip of the French president, Emmanuel Macron and new Zealand Prime Minister just into our done. If I lose the attacks in March on mosques in New Zealand in which fifteen Muslim worshippers were killed the attacks were live streamed on the internet the funeral of journalists shot dead in Northern Ireland by dissident Republicans is being held in Belfast today, leaving the key who was twenty nine was killed by the new IRA during rioting in the city of Londonderry on Thursday night. Her funeral will be jointly led by Protestant clergyman and a Catholic priest BBC news. Thank you very much. Indeed. For the latest news St. clear and Lawrence with you. We're gonna start with elation flanker. Then also report from Sudan asking how willing is the military leadership that handover to civilian protesters and also you'll hear from an unlikely candidate in European elections here in the UK those elections if they do happen overshadowed lead whether they happened or not determined by the unclarity over Brexit, how when exactly Britain will leave the all that coming up, plus the sport and the business. The president says.

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"david willis" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"david willis" Discussed on WTVN

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"david willis" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"david willis" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Mock diversity personified? How does it feel to inhabit our brave new world unavowed Paul I live in new India? Now new India, everybody's young millennials, and they don't have real names anymore. Now. It's just noises. Blue white vision. Coming up on the new international comedy show. Our meal Nunez with the BBC news. A meeting called by President Trump's to discuss the budget dispute that's led to a partial US government shutdown has broken up without agreement Republican and democratic congressional leaders accused one another of intransigence over the cause of the dispute Mr. Trump's demand for five billion dollars for a border wall with Mexico. David Willis reports President Trump is now insisting than unless there's funding for his signature campaign issue wall along the US Border with Mexico. Several key government departments will remain closed. Democrats oppose a war later today. They will take control of the house of representatives forming their successes in last year's Nick term elections, and they intend to pass budgets that would keep most government departments open until the end of the fiscal year. But that's on. Unlikely to end the shutdown. Apple has warned investors that its latest revenue figures will be sharply lower than previously expected after faltering global demand. The firm no expects revenue for the past three months to be between five and ten percent lower than originally thought from New York, we show flurry in a letter to investors boss coke said did not say the magnitude of the echinacea do celebration, particularly in greater China went on to.

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