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U.S. calls on Russia to halt forced deportations of Ukrainians, citing war crimes

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

U.S. calls on Russia to halt forced deportations of Ukrainians, citing war crimes

"Nations are discussing how to best coordinate Ukraine war crimes probes Government officials from dozens of nations are meeting in the Netherlands to discuss with the International Criminal Court's chief prosecutor How best to facilitate bringing perpetrators of war crimes in Ukraine to justice Since the invasion Russian military forces have been accused of abuses ranging from killings in the Kyiv suburb of butcher to deadly attacks on civilian facilities

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Officials: 6 killed in shooting at Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Officials: 6 killed in shooting at Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois

"Is arrested following a deadly attack on a 4th of July parade in a Chicago suburb a gunman perched on the roof of a downtown building in highland park Illinois opened fire on the crowd below celebrating the city's Independence Day parade A few hours later police chief Lou jam told WFL about the person of interest His name is Robert Bobby E primo CRI MO the third Later Monday evening police arrested cremo Kate repel tells W ISN she watched his arrest from her car He said nothing he had a very smug look He was seemed to be very calm cool and collective And which

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About half say Trump should be charged for 1/6: AP-NORC poll - The Associated Press

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last month

About half say Trump should be charged for 1/6: AP-NORC poll - The Associated Press

"A new poll finds many Americans say former president Donald Trump should be charged with the crime for his role in the January 6th riot at the U.S. capitol I'm Ben Thomas with the survey results The Associated Press norc center for public affairs research poll finds 58% of those surveyed believe the former president bears a great deal or quite a bit of responsibility for the deadly attack on the capitol and 48% say Trump should be charged with a crime for his role 31% of those surveys say he should not be charged with a crime while 20% say they don't know enough to have an opinion Those views on Trump's criminal liability break down predictably along party lines with 86% of Democrats but only 10% of Republicans saying Trump should be charged The poll was conducted after the first 5 public hearings of the House committee investigating January 6th but before Tuesday's hearing with former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson experts say her testimony provided the most compelling evidence yet

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Capitol riot hearings opening, focused on extremists, Trump

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Capitol riot hearings opening, focused on extremists, Trump

"After nearly a year of investigating the capitol riot and what came before it a house panel is ready to reveal its findings One member calls it a harrowing story of president Trump refusing to concede defeat leading to a deadly attack that Democrats say put democracy itself at risk President Biden says there are lots of questions about who is responsible and involved A lot of Americans are going to be seen for the first time some of the detail Panel member Elaine luria says when they find out The hair on the back of your neck should stand up The prime time hearing will feature live testimony never seen audio and video and accounts from Trump aides and relatives But the series of hearings may not change any minds so that deeply divided America were number three House Republican Elise Stefanik says Democrats are trying to shift the focus from high gas and food prices A desperate partisan distraction a circus and a smear campaign against Trump and his backers Sagar Meghani Washington

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1 killed, 5 injured in Southern California church shooting

AP News Radio

00:00 sec | 3 months ago

1 killed, 5 injured in Southern California church shooting

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"deadly  attack" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:34 min | 3 months ago

"deadly attack" Discussed on WTOP

"The morning service we believe a group of churchgoers detained him and hogtied his legs with an extension port and confiscated at least two weapons from him That is under sheriff Jeff How luck of Orange County where the man is in custody Now some of the aftermath of that deadly attack on a buffalo supermarket that left ten people dead it is considered a racial hate crime This community lost in 86 year old mother of a retired fire commissioner They also lost the life of a police officer who was retired working as a security guard WCBS TV's Kevin ran Cohen in Milwaukee this weekend About 20 people were hurt in downtown shootings that led to curfews on other partial curfew in Chicago's millennium park and other multi shooting Sunday in Houston and Winston Salem North Carolina Tom fody CBS News Four 33 and Maryland senator Chris van hollen was admitted to George Washington University hospital this weekend after suffering a minor stroke van hollen says he was experiencing lightheadedness and neck pain as he was delivering a speech in western Maryland but that there are no long-term effects for damage as a result of the stroke Van hollen will remain under observation for a few days a democratic candidate for Senate in Pennsylvania also hospitalized for a stroke this weekend lieutenant governor John fetterman and his wife giselle took to Twitter to explain he said it was on Friday I just wasn't feeling very well His wife urged him to see a doctor after which she disclosed Sean had a stroke that was caused by a clot from his heart being in a regular rhythm for too long She says the clock was cleared and he should fully recover but he has been ordered to rest He is staying in the race The primaries in Pennsylvania are being held this Tuesday Gurnal Scott Fox new Russia now confronting the prospect of a significant expansion of NATO along its border with Finland and Sweden taking steps to join the group And this comes as Russian forces are facing new setbacks on the battlefield in Ukraine that's where CBS News Charlie dagda is Those towns and villages in the Donbass region have been hammered by Russian artillery and air strikes The Ukrainian ground troops have been holding off the worst of the Russian offensive but the Russians have been chipping away and it has been costly for both sides of the fighting civilians are in the path and they're suffering And if anything it's intensifying Meanwhile the Senate will try again this week to approve a major aid package for Ukraine as lawmakers deal with the objections of a single senator Mitchell Miller is on Capitol Hill Kentucky Republican Rand Paul has held up the nearly $40 billion for Ukraine arguing that reckless federal spending has already inflicted pain on consumers dealing with inflation In Congress seems intent only on adding to that pain by shoveling more money out the door as fast as they can But fellow Republican Lindsey Graham of South Carolina says it would be foolish not to help Ukraine and send a clear message to Russia $40 billion is a lot of money But if we can stop Putin and the Ukraine it will be the best money you could ever spend Supporters of the aid from both parties hope that an agreement can be reached and that the Senate will soon vote to approve the aid for Ukraine On capital hill Mitchell Miller WTO P news Now coming up after traffic and weather Teach your old car new tricks to get better gas mileage I'm Michelle bash We're coming up on four 36 When a student lacks some of the most basic needs like food clothing and school supplies It can be challenging to even attend school.

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Gaza militants fire rocket into Israel as tensions soar

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Gaza militants fire rocket into Israel as tensions soar

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Israeli troops shoot Palestinian near Bethlehem

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Israeli troops shoot Palestinian near Bethlehem

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Russian attack on hospital stirs outrage as talks stall

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

Russian attack on hospital stirs outrage as talks stall

"Russia's deadly attack on the Ukrainian maternity hospital is drawing international condemnation Ukrainian and western officials call it a war crime I'm afraid that we should expect more to say retired lieutenant general Douglas lute a former US ambassador to NATO says a frustrated Russian military will get more brutal they won't show any propensity to discriminate between military targets and civilian targets while on the ground to the war will look like something out of the Middle Ages with Russian forces laying siege to cities while Ukrainians hold them off with extraordinary misery very brutal tactics loots says history shows Ukraine can be a more powerful enemy because will power can be far apart Sager mag ani Washington

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Proud Boys leader arrested and charged in Capitol riot conspiracy

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

Proud Boys leader arrested and charged in Capitol riot conspiracy

"The former leader of the proud boys a far right extremist group has been arrested on a conspiracy charge for his alleged role in planning the deadly attack on the U. S. capitol last January proud boys leader Henry and wreak a Tauriel wasn't there at the capitol during the January sixth insurrection he been arrested days earlier for vandalizing a black lives matter symbol and had been ordered to stay out of Washington DC but apparently Torio didn't leave a source told investigators he was part of a meeting in an underground garage with other right wing group leaders and there was a discussion surrounding the capital prosecutors

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Prosecutors rest case against man in 1st Capitol riot trial

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Prosecutors rest case against man in 1st Capitol riot trial

"Closing arguments are on tap today in the trial for a Texas man accused of storming the US capitol armed with a gun in the January sixth insurrection the prosecution's wrapped up its case against guy wrapped it the first person to be tried on criminal charges related to the deadly attack on the U. S. capitol after calling two capitol police officers who tried to push back ref it while he was outside the building prosecutors allege rapid a member of a group called the Texas three percenters was also carrying zip tie handcuffs wearing body armor and it bragged about the militia style assault on the capital the jury also heard from his nineteen year old son who testified his father told him and his sister they would be traders if they reported him to authorities and said traders get shot hi Jackie Quinn

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IS gunmen mount deadly attacks in Syria, Iraq; dozens killed

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

IS gunmen mount deadly attacks in Syria, Iraq; dozens killed

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Why the Left Needs January 6th

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 7 months ago

Why the Left Needs January 6th

"So in a major event happens, like January 6th, it is, we should expect the other side to try to capitalize on that. Now, a lot of people are attacking Kamala Harris for comparing January 6th to the Attack on Pearl Harbor in 9 11, which of course is patently insane. They said it was a deadly attack on the capitol. The only deaths actually that occurred at the capitol was Ashley babbitt. The death of officer Brian cyclic was not at all, they said it was a fire extinguisher that had that was not true. But I want to take a different take here. We could mock Kamala Harris and talk about the death tolls and the differences. Okay, 3000 people died at 9 11, but I want to take a different tack because for her purposes for the purposes of the regime, this absolutely was a Pearl Harbor moment. Play cut 55. Certain dates echo throughout history. Dates that occupy, not only a place on our calendars. But a place in our collective memory. December 7th, 1941. September 11th, 2001. And January 6th, 2021. Those dates mean change. Kamala Harris is saying out loud that, hey, there's now a reference point. We have a mandate to change things. 9 11 gave us department a Homeland Security the Iraq War in 20 years in Afghanistan. Pearl Harbor gave us an invasion, not an invasion, but a two front war in Europe and in the Pacific and an atom bomb developed and Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the Battle of Iwo Jima the storming of Normandy beach. And eventually the Marshall plan and a Cold War and for camela Harris and the regime's purposes she spot

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Judge denies Trump's request to block release of documents to January 6 committee

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 10 months ago

Judge denies Trump's request to block release of documents to January 6 committee

"A federal judge has rejected the request from former president trump to block the release of documents surrounding the January sixth insurrection Donald trump's lawyers sought an injunction to prevent the release of documents requested by the house select committee investigating the deadly attack on the U. S. capitol in January but U. S. district judge Tanya chutkan refused the request saying president Joe Biden is best positioned to determine if executive privilege should be waived which Biden did last month according to a filing by the National Archives the documents being sought include call logs drafts of remarks and hand written notes from trump's then chief of staff mark meadows it's likely this dispute over documents could reach the U. S. Supreme Court Jackie

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Trump sues House January 6 committee to block release of documents

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 10 months ago

Trump sues House January 6 committee to block release of documents

"Former president Donald Trump filed a lawsuit trying to block the release of documents sought by the committee investigating the January sixth capital insurrection just days after president biting ordered the release of documents call logs and schedules from the trump White House from January sixth the former president's filed a lawsuit saying the request by the congressional committee investigating the deadly attack is almost limitless in scope and seeks records with no reasonable connection to that day trump calls it a political ploy in court papers and says biting should assert executive privilege the January sixth legislative committee seeking the documents as it investigates the mob of trump supporters that stormed the capital trying to block the certification of Biden's election victory Jackie Quinn

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Hotel Rwanda Hero Paul Rusesabagina Convicted on Terror Charges

Garret Lewis

00:17 sec | 11 months ago

Hotel Rwanda Hero Paul Rusesabagina Convicted on Terror Charges

"Who inspired the movie Hotel Rwanda is found guilty of terrorism charges They're accused of being in a group that launched deadly attacks and want in 2018 and 19 Paul recess. A beginner called the trial a sham and says he was kidnapped from Belgium, where he lives and taken to Rwanda against as well. He saved hundreds of people during a genocide by hiding them in his hotel.

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Police Planning to Reinstall Capitol Fence Ahead of Rally

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Police Planning to Reinstall Capitol Fence Ahead of Rally

"The Associated Press has learned there are plans to put back protective fencing around the U. S. capitol ahead of a rally next weekend an inside source tells the Associated Press the security plan being finalized for the September eighteenth protest rally at the capitol includes fencing around the capitol building and the U. S. Supreme Court authorities have cited intelligence that indicates members of far right extremist groups like the proud boys and oath keepers are planning to be at the demonstration to demand justice for the hundreds of rioters arrested in connection with the January six deadly attack on the capital spending in the aftermath of the January attack was controversial with lawmakers concerned about walling off access but there was an agreement that after it came down circumstances could warrant it going back up Jackie Quinn Washington

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Taliban Announces Formation of New Afghan Government

the NewsWorthy

01:15 min | 1 year ago

Taliban Announces Formation of New Afghan Government

"The taliban announced a new government in afghanistan. that's not likely to get a lot of support from western nations. It does not include any women or members from the last afghan government's leadership instead. This new interim government is stacked with taliban veterans who were in charge of the hardline government. Twenty years ago. Several of them are listed by the us and united nations as global terrorists. For example. the key post of interior minister was given to a man. Who's on the fbi's most wanted list. He led a network. That's blamed for many deadly attacks and kidnappings and he's believed is still holding at least one american hostage besides him. Other cabinet members used to be inmates at guantanamo detention camp and at least one of the leaders is said to have ties to the al qaeda terror group that was responsible for the attacks on nine eleven. The taliban says these appointments are temporary but they have not said how long the last who is going to take over next or if there might be elections for now. The taliban is also urging foreign diplomats embassies consulates and humanitarian organisations to come back to afghanistan all western nations left when. Us troops withdrew last month. The us and other countries also froze afghanistan's funding. That's desperately needed as much as eighty percent of the country's budget comes from the international community but global leaders in lenders say they're waiting to see how the taliban will treat the opposition women and minorities before they send money

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Leaving Afghanistan, and Those Who Depended on Us

The Daily Dive

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Leaving Afghanistan, and Those Who Depended on Us

"Week. We saw the last evacuation planes and troops leave afghanistan ending the longest war. America has been involved in. There are still some americans and afghans that remain there but their evacuation will no longer be a pentagon mission it will now be diplomatic mission in the end. After twenty years the us failed to defeat the taliban establish a functioning democracy and stop isis extremists. What happens next is still unclear as we need to resettle thousands of afghans and see what kind of government is formed by the taliban for on the end of america's presence in afghanistan will speak to isham moore foreign affairs columnist at the washington post. Well yes it is. Come amid israeli harrowing sees. We've seen over the past couple of weeks. with countless of con- civilians and others trying to get to kabul airport which you know states and some its allies had control over now We've seen we're seeing as we speak Footage of of taliban fighters walking through the hangers at this airport Commandeering some us vehicles. That have been left there It's all highly symbolic it's all Incredibly sad if you're somebody who has invested in this twenty year effort to stabilize hottest on goal back taleban and set up some kind of functional democratic fledgeling republic there Of course this there's no actual end to this conflict the will remain engaged in various other ways including we imagine Various sorts of clandestine counter terrorism operations against the islamic state outfit. That's already Operating in ghana son and tried out that deadly attack last week. So i it's a symbolic end but of course there's a lot that's still going to keep on

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"deadly  attack" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"deadly attack" Discussed on WTOP

"Source for today's top news, traffic and weather always connected and constantly updated. In your car at home at work and on the go. W T o p Never miss a moment. Good morning. I'm Joan Joan and I'm Bruce. Alan Luk Luk ERT is our producer. Coming up and Afghan guard has been shot and killed among the chaos at the airport in Kabul, Afghanistan, and the president's big spending bills topped the agenda is the House returns today. I'm Mitchell Miller today on the hill. At least 21 people have died in flooding that is devastated. Middle Tennessee. Good morning, It's 8 31. Has been a deadly attack at the Kabul airport in Afghanistan. The German military says Afghan guards exchanged fire with unidentified gunmen. One guard was killed, three others were injured. US and German soldiers were involved in the fight, but none of them were injured. At least 20 people have been killed in the chaos at the airport, most in shootings and stampedes as U. S and International forces try to evacuate citizens and vulnerable Afghans. Well, the missing mission to get Americans and Afghans out of Kabul has been even more complicated due to concerns about terrorists. The Taliban is released thousands of hardcore Isis and Al Qaeda fighters in its march to Kabul, so the problem is simple. No one knows where they are. Sources I've spoken to on the ground say they are looking for ways to target Americans, Afghans who helped the U. S in the war effort and others. We've heard reports of shootings, beatings and Americans being impeded from getting to the airport. Several current and former U. S. Intelligence officials say we need to remember the rices seeks to kill Americans in horrible ways. Including beheadings. JJ Green w T. O P News. Some Afghans evacuated from Kabul have already arrived in Northern Virginia, and for many of them, It's only the start of a long journey. The focus now is the long term resettlement. Rizwan Jack is with the All Dulles area Muslim society, known as the Adams Center, which is working with the state Department to help settle refugees. Afghan translators are in high demand..

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"deadly  attack" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"deadly attack" Discussed on WTVN

"Deadly attack on the U. S Capital today, the acting chief of Capitol police Described what some of her officers endure that day. They were assaulted with pipes, bats, bricks and American flag poles. In all 125 Capitol police officers were physically assaulted and over 70 injured acting Chief Yoga Ninja Pittman promising significant changes to the department's policies and procedures, including counseling and peer support services. House impeachment managers are hoping to document actions from former President Trump and some of his close advisers to prove that he incited the incident. A newly surfaced video shows Trump Advisor Roger Stone in Washington, D. C On the morning of January, 6 standing by members of the Oath Keepers militia group just hours before the deadly riots. Stones repeatedly said he had nothing to do with the actions that day. House investigators hope to use that and testimony from the president's White House advisers on why he waited So long to order troops to the capital, and if they think he encouraged the insurrection, it's ABC Sandy Field, President Biden doubling down on his vow to pass his American rescue plan with or without bipartisan support. Today in the Oval Office with House Democrats, the president signaled that outreach is not open ended the president explicitly comparing his push for a $1.9 trillion package to the contentious effort in 2009 to get Republicans on board the $800 billion Recovery Act. One thing we learned is way can't Do too much here waken do too little. It's a message. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has made repeatedly that Democrats can't make what he says were the mistakes of 2009 paring down the recovery act and scaling back the affordable care act during negotiations on Lee to see the GOP not support the final bills. Maybe she's Karen Travers. You're listening to ABC news. News radio 6 10 W. TV Animal Listen Wyatt, the city of Columbus and Franklin County Public health, announcing they plan to allow the stay at home advisory to expire this weekend as they stayed in the county continue to see a decrease in Corona virus cases. Meanwhile, as the number of hospitalizations for the virus around the state continues to fall, we could also see an end to that statewide curfew. That hospitalizations will be low enough that the curfew We'll go away because the health officials believe that we're on solid ground on our recovery, so hopefully by next Thursday, it will. It will be over and we'll be and will never look back. That's the key people and everyone looked back. We want to just keep making progress. Get the vaccinations out there, get people to be on the thing and get Get more back to normal life again. That's lieutenant Governor John Houston, who spoke to our Brandon boxer this morning. Ah major grocery store chain will pay their workers to get the shot. Kroger will be giving out $100 in in store credit to employees and offering 1000 points towards their fuel rewards program. They say their employees have risen to the challenge during the pandemic, and they want to recognize their contributions. The offer is only good to those, though, who get both doses. The Pentagon is approving 1000 troops to help administer coronavirus vaccinations around the country that includes nurses and medical staff from the army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps. Meanwhile, mask mandates on university campuses work enforcing mask usage, according to a new study from the CDC University should have masked mandates find that about 86% of students wear masks and about 90% of Those where them correctly over their nose and mouth. A new CDC study out looking at six university campuses where they are mandated finds masks were warned about 94% of the time indoors and close to 70% outside the CDC, saying it shows masked mandates on college campuses work and they've been proven to decrease. Colvin 19 viral transmission like Stone, ABC News and the NFL is offering all 32 of their stadiums to the Biden administration to be mass coronavirus. This vaccination sites. The NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says each team would work with local, state and federal health leaders on setting up those sites. Seven teams are already hosting coronavirus immunizations at or near their stadiums. I'm Alison Wiant looking for a delicious way to support your muse system. Reach for Dan, Active probiotic drink. It's the public's calm down for a $1 digital coupon paired an active with a healthy lifestyle to help support your Amu. System.

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"deadly  attack" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"deadly attack" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"15 vice President Mike Pence turns away calls in the U. S. Capitol to invoke the 25th amendment. Thousands of Army National Guard troops begin arriving in Washington. The Pentagon says those protecting the U. S. Capitol on Inauguration Day will be armed. Gillette Stadium is about to become the first mass vaccination site here in Massachusetts as the coronavirus death toll nearest 13,000 on Boston Mayor Marty Walsh says good bye to the city in his final state of the city address. In an unprecedented votes to impeach a U. S. President a second time Congress is getting ready to cast votes today, the latest now from Capitol Hill and CBS News. The House votes to urge vice president Pence to invoke the 25th amendment. Mr Pence says he won't now Democrats get ready to hold a vote today on impeaching the president after last week's deadly attack at the Capitol. At least five Republicans say they'll vote Yes, including Liz Cheney and John Catacomb. Now, just as a Capitol police protected US. Congress. Much must match that courage and protect the Constitution. Republican Jim Jordan against impeachment. We should use this time to bring the nation together. You are partisan divisions. We should use this time to help the small business owners. Across the country. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. Nationwide Manhunt is underway for hundreds wanted in the attacks on the U. S. Capitol. The FBI pours through more than 100,000 digital tips. Many suspects they say, could be charged with sedition. New York congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio, Cortez says as the capital came under attack last Wednesday she feared for her life and town hall offices shut down. Officials in Troy, New Hampshire, are receiving death threats these days after the town's police chief attends a protest leading up to last week's attack. In Washington, a Brockton man is giving back to his community. One step at a time. The story now from WBC's Kriss Farm. It's a story about giving and a nonprofit started by a confessed sneaker head had always been a big part of me always felt like going back to school. Some kids don't have capability to catch making funny people left sneakers in the closet that don't wear him and figured they could benefit kids. That community George on Cruise delivered 75 pairs of kicks that 1st August to underprivileged students in Brockton. The next year, he added backpacks and school supplies. Four years later, when Covitz truck he was compelled to do more figured it was time that really pushed, you know, I'm gonna feed families in the community, So they give back added. Everybody eats and sneakers and backpacks became family dinners, full meals for Thanksgiving in November and shopping sprees for kids at Christmas. Anybody from Brockton already melons any kind of stick together, but I just want to keep doing whatever I can. Chris Farmer WBZ. Austin's news radio. Recent research during the health crisis suggests that Americans are drinking more now than ever before, but having one alcoholic drink per day and what that could do to the heart. Some new information on that from CBS News correspondent Michael George. Moderate Drinking can increase the risk of an abnormal heart rhythm known as atrial fib. Relation. A new study in the European Heart Journal looked at more than 100,000 people and linked just one drink a day to a 16% increased risk out. Researchers examined the heart health and drinking habits of people between the ages of 24 97. And they looked at this sample for more than a decade long span.

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"deadly  attack" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"deadly attack" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Statement on yesterday's deadly attack at the Capitol, saying it betrays the values of our democracy to use activities protected by the First Amendment. As a guy's to incite violence. Meantime, the D C mayor is calling on Congress to create a nonpartisan commission on security failures. Washington D. C. Mayor, Democrat Muriel Bowser says the city is still in the midst of its response to Wednesday's protest that centered on the grounds of the U. S Capitol. We will review for ourselves what occurred yesterday to commend those who perform heroically. And to learn what mistakes were made Curfew Still in place there is police in Washington, along with the FBI searched through pictures and videos of protesters still being sought, with dozens arrested Four people died Wednesday, three of whom were told had medical emergencies. A U. S Air Force veteran whose family says was unarmed, also shot and killed by Capitol police. But also one witness says that protester had refused an order to stop climbing through a window. Senate Minority leader Chuck Schumer says if the scent It's sergeant Arms doesn't vacate the position. He plans to fire him once Democrats have the majority, which is expected after this week's Georgia one officer certified. Schumer also says the president shouldn't spend one more day in office. He's among a growing number of lawmakers calling for either impeachment or for the vice president to invoke the 25th amendment. Earlier today, the president did admit defeat for the first time in so many words in a statement President Trump promising an orderly transfer of power using deputy chief of Staff Dance CA Venus Twitter account making the Val even though he disagreed with the outcome of the election is Rachel Sutherland. Meantime, transportation chief Elaine Chao, the wife of Senate leader Mitch McConnell, has just become the latest.

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"deadly  attack" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"deadly attack" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Ah, deadly attack at a federal judge's home. I'm Sanji and Grasso, Fox News. The peaceful Sunday afternoon was shattered when a gunman invaded the New Jersey home of a federal judge. And now authorities are searching for that shooter. Looking for the gunman who killed the son of U. S District Court Judge Esther Solace in North Brunswick, 20 year old Daniel Arnold. A shot when he opened the front door of the family home. His father, defense lawyer Mark and Roll was also shot. He is in stable condition following surgery. Solace was not hurt. Cops say the killer was posing as a delivery man boxes Jackie Ibanez reporting. The next two weeks could determine the direction of the U. S economy. The president's top economic aides are starting negotiations with lawmakers of both parties in the House and the Senate to push for a payroll tax cut and other measures designed to help American businesses. The amount of money Congress decides to pump into the economy as part of the next aid package will have huge effects on unemployed Americans who have relied on expanded benefits of $600 a week and economic lifeline for millions of families. Is in the balance as those expanded unemployment insurance benefits expire at the end of this month in Washington, John Decker, Fox News organizers say tens of thousands were said to walk off the job this morning and more than two dozen American cities to protest racism and economic inequality that they say is only worsen during the Corona virus pandemic. Called the strike for black lives. Essential workers like nursing home employees, janitors and delivery men and women will join fast food ride share an airport workers in events targeting corporations and government leaders in New York City, Chicago, Minneapolis, ST Louis and Los Angeles. U. S. Stock futures are lower and overbite trading.

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"deadly  attack" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"deadly attack" Discussed on 710 WOR

"A deadly attack on it elderly queens woman city councilman Eric Rick says the city needs to do a better job communicating with the feds hi stepper quest of the city detain him and he was released without bail people should be very concerned about some of these unintended consequences of century city policy immigration and customs enforcement agency or ice says it requested that rias come be detained bank in November for an alleged attack understand but that diplomacy sanctuary city policy is it illegal immigrants are only turned over the ice for serious felonies it was weeks later the Conn was charged in the killing of ninety two year old Maria for for tests he remains held without bail a United Airlines flight out of Newark was forced to return to the airport make an emergency landing it happened shortly after take off last night plane was bound for LA but IT experience in engine pro problem it managed to touch down safely and fire trucks were ready for any problems passengers to play normally fortunately no injuries were reported cancer investigating after a propane tanker overturned in the garden state on Wednesday evening causing a fiery scene and backing up cars for miles and miles it happened just after eight fifteen on the northbound side the turnpike near interchange eleven in Woodbridge the truck driver managed to escape without injury the house has delivered presidential art goals of impeachment is only the third time in our nation's history it almost never happens in the Senate in just five minutes the Republican leader announcing rules and getting unanimous agreement on everything setting ground rules for starting the president's impeachment trial by swearing in the Chief Justice and all members Thursday Mitch McConnell had earlier said he was not unbiased but saying he and others will take an oath to rise above petty politics at C. B. sees in the field reporting president trump meanwhile is expected to announce new federal efforts later today that he says will safeguard students abilities to pray in school currently students can pray alone or in groups just as long as other students aren't compelled to join in the president is accusing the hard left as he puts it of trying to take away the first amendment right to pray in schools just hours after president Vladimir Putin introduce significant changes to the Russian constitution giving more power to parliament his entire cabinet and answer resignations sparking a big political shake up centered around what Putin's role will be when he said to step down from the presidency in the year twenty twenty four after the last time when he tries this very cunning maneuver that allowed him to to get round the term limits it provides a lot of anger in Russia there was some of the biggest prices they have seen the other hundred thousand people on the streets of Moscow and those people certainly on any more inclined to put up with some kind of as they see it trick this time and ABC's Patrick Revo filing that report meanwhile the news is sponsored by like Peter horses use for carriage ride so for a nose to tail pipe existence pulling heavy loads through all weather extremes in accidents happen when skittish horses makes with city traffic please don't get taken for a ride saying no to horse drawn carriages visit Peter dot org for more information sports.

"deadly  attack" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"deadly attack" Discussed on WJR 760

"The FBI says the deadly attack at the Pensacola Florida naval air base by a Saudi flight student last Friday was an act of terrorism be shot and killed three sailors the gunman and gone on Twitter shortly before the shooting expressing his anti U. S. views today's report on impeachment before the house Judiciary Committee is a mere formality listen to the chairman congressman Jerry Nadler we have a very large salad case I think the case we have if presented to a jury would be a guilty verdict in about three minutes flat it's the final public hearing before Democrats take up articles of impeachment the report by the inspector general of the justice department will be released today on the origins of the Robert Muller investigation of all came no one a small New Zealand island visited by tourists erupted while they were there killing at least five and leaving dozens of others missing or injured the police say officials are trying to determine exactly how many people were on the island when the volcano blues still too early for place to confirm how many people are involved how we continue to work as quickly as we can for a number of channels of information to confirm exact numbers including how many people are still on the island does he still does an overseas tour sub believed to be involved rescuers are unable to get on to the island it's too dangerous they say there are no signs of life on this volcanic island the state legislature poised to approve sports betting in Michigan lawmakers already to pass a bill allowing a transit agency to put a transit tax on the ballot in Wayne Oakland and Washtenaw county is and the city of Detroit the price of gas expected to stay about the same in the near future a spike up last week Britain has a national election this week the labor party says if they win the election they will nationalize the major utilities of Britain the lions lose to the Vikings twenty to seven Michigan state basketball defeated records on WJR the Spartan footballers will go to the pinstripe bowl in New York they'll play Wake Forest that'll be December twenty seventh Michigan will play on new year's day bowl game the citrus bowl against Alabama Lou Whitaker is passed over for the baseball hall of fame but Ted Simons all star catcher from south field makes the hall he played most of his twenty years in the majors with.

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"deadly  attack" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"deadly attack" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Suspect in a deadly attack in a Florida naval base early this morning visual C. the Saudi airforce officer who was an aviation student at Naval Air Station Pensacola opened fire in a classroom in attack that ended with him and the three others dead say horrible thing that took place president trump says Saudi king Solomon called to offer condolences and the kingdom's anger over the officer's actions was a terrorism when Dhaka report on that yet but we'll be talking about a version officials at the historic Florida panhandle based say twelve people were hurt in the attack including two sheriff's deputies it came two days after a sailor at Pearl Harbor killed two civilians and then himself Sager make on the at the Pentagon in the other shooting on a military base this weekend see I as to why a special agent in charge norm donosi says the government in the Pearl Harbor naval shipyard attacked the twenty two year old navy sailor Gabriel Romero was dead when respond or is arrives subject responsible for the violence a navy sailor was discovered deceased upon arrival from a self inflicted gunshot wound to the head the subject was assigned as a duty watch Stander it was armed for security duties no motive has yet been identified a good jobs report today this is just a solid all around report to cuss Moshe who's the chief economist with PNC financial services group obviously we saw an increase in manufacturing employment with the into the auto workers' strike a but we also saw a job gains across a wide variety of industries so education and healthcare travel and tourism business and professional services transportation so consumers should be feeling pretty good we have more people working they have bigger paychecks consumers are in excellent shape this should be a good.

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"deadly  attack" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"deadly attack" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"There's been a deadly attack at police headquarters in Paris a French police union officials as four people were killed inside Paris police headquarters when an employee attacked them with a knife all the victims were police stuff the attacker who was killed at the scene was also a police stuff for working on administrative duties his motives are unknown that's the lane Cobb reporting from Paris. authorities are scaling back their search for a Kentucky woman reported missing in the U. S. Virgin Islands Haley Hanson has more on that after two weeks and no new clues officials say they will downscale the search effort for Lucy show men the forty eight year old boy over woman was reported missing on September nineteenth when she failed to return to her vacation rental on Saint John climbing teams drones scuba divers dogs in the U. S. Coast Guard have search several miles of trails shorelines and roadways in Virgin Islands national park where humans jeep was found the National Park Service says the search will continue but on a more limited basis in addition the park service and Virgin Islands police launched investigations which are expected to continue through the coming days Haley Hanssen news radio eight forty WHAS nearly two dozen paratroopers are recovering after a military exercise in Mississippi gone wrong an army official at camp Shelby says they don't know exactly what went wrong during the night job eighty four soldiers were in the job none of the injuries are life threatening president trump will unveil an executive order today to boost Medicare for seniors administration officials say the executive order aims to improve the fiscal position of the health program and offer more affordable plan options trump's expected to discuss the order during a visit to a Florida retirement village today and expropriated is revealing a pre game ritual that ran afoul of the rules here Steve case in a startling revelation from a former NFL players not a game I played in that was Percy Harvin a wide receiver who played for eight seasons with four teams tells bleacher report he used marijuana before every game to deal with anxiety mags ideas that is worse when I go inside familiar situation Harvin who is thirty one now says nothing else worked any managed to elude. league punishment.

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"deadly  attack" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"deadly attack" Discussed on KTOK

"Aftermath of the deadly attack on a synagogue in Pennsylvania being released from jail relatives of Jeffrey Clarke reported concerns about his behavior including extremist rhetoric after a gunman killed eleven people the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh Clark had followed the shooting suspect Robert Bowers on social media calling him a hero in one post made after the October attack ours is facing dozens of federal and state charges including hate crimes Clark who lives in Washington was arrested by the FBI and eventually pleaded guilty in July two illegal possession of a firearm but now he's been sentenced to ten months already served a federal judge ordering his immediate release on Friday he's a Brady fox news federal jury awarding three people who sued over deadly Amtrak derailment in Washington state nearly seventeen million dollars for the pain and suffering a famed Triple Crown race track under investigation following the death of three horses the New York racing association is monitoring the health and welfare of horses after the fall racing season at Belmont Park open with the death of two thoroughbreds last Friday passport victory was injured in the third race removed from the track via ambulance and later euthanized that was after royal inheritance collapsed and died on the Belmont grounds during training a third call died Saturday at the home of the Belmont Stakes three of six at one fatalities at New York racetracks this month at that track to at Saratoga race course and another at finger lakes race track man appall Tano fox news former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden has written a memoir telling his life story in detail for the first time stone says his time working for the NSA and CIA led him to conclude the US intelligence community half the constitution and put everyone's liberty at risk the book permanent record is being released Tuesday he now lives in Russia to avoid.

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"deadly  attack" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"deadly attack" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Again for a deadly attack on these the Brady fox news the man who killed a counter protester during a white nationalist rally back in court in Virginia a short time ago boxes Evan brown has this live Kelly said James Alex fields the neo **** who killed heather higher when he plowed his car into a group of protesters standing at a Charlottesville street corner in twenty seventeen now has a Virginia prison sentence of life plus four hundred nineteen years Susan bro is hires mother tentatively I do feel a sense of relief at that I don't have to do this again for awhile maybe a field sentence in the Virginia court comes after a federal judge sentenced him to life for a slate of federal hate crimes charges related to the attack Lisa thanks seven president trump accused of making racist remarks against several freshmen members of Congress isn't backing down fox's John decker is live at the White House president trump defending his tweet from yesterday when she suggested for democratic Congress woman of color should go back to their countries they hate our country they hate it I think with a passion now it's possible I'm wrong the voters will decide responding to a question from reporters asking if he's concerned that many people saw his tweet is racist and that white nationalist groups are finding common cause with him on that point the president responded it doesn't concern me because many people agree with me the sides Democrats a growing list of Republican lawmakers have rebuke the president over his comments we sent John house speaker Nancy Pelosi is called the president's tweets Xena phobic and in a letter to lawmakers two days as the democratic caucus will forcibly respond with a resolution condemning the tweets she's also criticizing new rules aimed at limiting illegitimate asylum claims of the southern border accusing the administration of trying to undermine asylum.

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"deadly  attack" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"deadly attack" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"J. again for a deadly attack comes to Brady fox news the man who killed a counter protester during a white nationalist rally back in court in Virginia a short time ago boxes Evan brown has this live Kelly said James Alex fields the neo **** who killed heather higher when he plowed his car into a group of protesters standing at a Charlottesville street corner in twenty seventeen now has a Virginia prison sentence of life plus four hundred nineteen years Susan bro he's hires mother tentatively I do feel a sense of relief that I don't have to do this again for awhile maybe a field sentence in the Virginia court comes after a federal judge sentenced him to life for a slate of federal hate crimes charges related to the attack Lisa thanks seven president trump accused of making racist remarks against several freshmen members of Congress isn't backing down fox's John decker is live at the White House president trump defending his tweet from yesterday in which he suggested for democratic Congress woman of color should go back to their countries they hate our country they hated I think with a passion now it's possible I'm wrong the voters will decide responding to a question from reporters asking if he's concerned that many people saw his suite is racist in a white nationalist groups are finding common cause with him on that point the president responded it doesn't concern me because many people agree with me the sides Democrats a growing list of Republican lawmakers have rebuke the president over his comments we sent John house speaker Nancy Pelosi is called the president's tweets Xena phobic and in a letter to lawmakers two days as the democratic caucus will forcibly respond with a resolution condemning the tweets she's also criticizing new rules aimed at limiting illegitimate asylum claims of the southern border accusing the administration of trying to undermine asylum.

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"deadly  attack" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"deadly attack" Discussed on KOMO

"The hour now on i live monday morning call us at eight hundred seven three six three six six we're kind of working our way through u._s. iran relations this morning and and what to do the president decided to hold off on bombarding them last week thinking around the result might be disproportionate because we had no loss of life when they struck down that navy drone and the bombing might have taken out up to one hundred and fifty iranian live so there as they work on on dealing with iran one of the difficulties here is it's not that difficult or challenging for the u._s. military to to attack iran that do have a pretty substantial military in iran but you know the problem is not military like u._s. versus iran the problem is that iran has its tentacles throughout the middle east and can strike allies and can strike international shipping it's not just u._s. targets we have to worry about and just as an example just this weekend saudi arabia and the united arab emirates where secretary of state mike pompeo is today meeting with folks in saudi arabia then moving onto the united arab emirates they're they're at the persian gulf and they are very unhappy with iran's reach into their areas and and they want to reduce the influence of iran and and with the second as the secretary of state was flying to saudi arabia yemen scott these iranian allied rebels they attacked a saudi airport near the saudi yemen border that killed a syrian resident wounded twenty one other civilians these who the rebels they claim that they use bomb-laden drones in the attack on the airport which is the the second attack that they've done like that just in the last two weeks so if if we annoy iran iran it's fairly easy for them to use their proxies to to take it out on our allies so we have to be very very careful that's why both of the two the two.

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"deadly  attack" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"deadly attack" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"By the deadly attack at two mosques as a lengthy manifesto was posted on Facebook, claiming responsibility, the prime minister already vowing that gun laws will change as the man suspected of being behind it. He was in Christ Church district court for Brenton Tarrant, a twenty eight year old Australian man brought into a courthouse that was shut down to the public because of security concerns. He didn't speak in court. He was charged with just one count of murder which comes with a maximum penalty of life in prison. Authorities saying he will face more charges. Alexandra field Christ's church. Investigators in France are examining the black boxes of a Boeing seven thirty-seven max jet that crashed in Ethiopia to determine whether the cause is linked to another crash in Indonesia more from correspondent Oren Lieberman. It could be pilot input. Could be the auto. Oh pilot or it could be what's known as the end caste system. An automated system on the seven three seven max series intended to help a pilot avoid an unintentional slow speed stall. It is this M cast system. That's a focus of the investigation the line aircrash from back in October perhaps because of a faulty sensor reading major flooding is predicted to continue into the coming week across parts of the Mississippi valley and the midwest national weather service meteorologist, David Roth says rising rivers are typical this time of year. Minnesota this record. Their snowiest winters. That's not going to be. The usual springs. Caused flooding except starting with a lot more snow than usual at a climate change rally in New York City sixteen arrests were made for blocking traffic in front of the American Museum of natural history. Protesters face charges of disorderly conduct.

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"deadly  attack" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"deadly attack" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Accessible launch deadly attack on Christopher cruise. Along Musk's SpaceX launched an unmanned crew capsule atop of falcon nine rocket early this morning. From the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. It's bound for the international space station. Or three q. The launch as part of NASA's plans to revive the human space flight program if the capsule arrives as planned tomorrow morning, it will be one step closer to putting humans into the capsule. The Pentagon who sent a plan to congress to establish the space force within the United States military. It's a top defense priority for the Trump administration authorized by congress the space force proposal would allow for the creation of a six service of the military alongside the army navy airforce marines and coast guard in the beginning, the space force would fall under the department of the air force in much the same way as the Marine Corps is formerly part of the navy. The initial proposal makes a request for two hundred people and seventy two million dollars from the twenty twenty fiscal budget. Bill Michaels Washington at least seven people have died in an attack on a restaurant in Italy in northwestern Syria. A suicide bomber shot and killed people. Before detonating explosives teachers in Oakland or voting this weekend on a deal. Their union reached with the school district to end a week strike. Teachers would get any Levin percent raise. And a one time. Three percent bonus the cities teachers walked off the job, February twenty first the city's Eighty-six schools stayed open staffed by a skeleton crew of substitutes and administrators but most students stayed away in support for their striking. Teachers Vermont independent Senator Bernie Sanders holds the first formal campaign of it of his second presidential campaign today in Brooklyn New York city borough where he was born. I'm Christopher cruise. Seven W C. Traffic transit.

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"deadly  attack" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"deadly attack" Discussed on WLAC

"The suspect in a deadly attack on a synagogue last fall now facing additional charges. Fox's grenell? Scott has this live the alleged shooter in the deadly incident last October Robert Bowers in addition to the murder charges is now facing sixty three total counts, which include thirteen hate crimes charges. A federal grand jury handed up eleven hate crime counts, resulting in death and two more counts involving an attempt to kill the other. Fifty counts include obstruction of free exercise of religious beliefs and twenty-five council discharge of a firearm Bowers faces life in prison plus two hundred fifty years, but twenty two of the counselor deemed capital eligible offenses, which means a conviction could get Bowers a death sentence. Lisa. All of this coming from the tree of life synagogue attack a confession just reported and a deadly crime spree in Louisiana Brown following this live, at least you the twenty one year old man hunted by law enforcement in Louisiana for killing his parents, his girlfriend and her family now confesses he did it and that he stole his father's handgun to do it to KOTA theory was eventually caught in Virginia. But he'll soon be returned to the Baton Rouge area. We know what happened here we killed five people. So this is a monster. And if our district attorney move forward with first degree murder case, we would not be opposed to that ascension parish sheriff Bobby Weber says a motive is not yet determined their yacht has an extradition hearing in Virginia on Friday. Thanks seven police in Chicago confirming they're treating an assault on an actor as a possible hate crime jussie smollet best known from the TV show empire hospitalized listed in good condition after an attack by two people as he was walking. There.

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