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"democratic national committee" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"That the campaign along with joint fundraisers with the Democratic National Committee have have taken in 72 million dollars since he launched his re -election bid in April the dangerous heat hovering over much of the country still and those triple digit temperatures in the southwest melting are records ABC News meteorologist Samara Theodore has more. Phoenix could be looking at their consecutive 18th day at 110 degrees or higher and that would break the record on Tuesday if make we and that then in Las Vegas they could be looking at a record high of 117 degrees or tying their all -time high there finally the marine heat wave in Florida water temperatures extremely uncanny for this time of year as those trade winds relax we're seeing temperatures around 96 degrees out towards Bob Allen even towards the Keys in the low to mid 90s Europe and other parts of the world not spared either they're still dealing with severe temperatures in Greece authorities shutting down the iconic Acropolis in Athens during the afternoon all due to the heat Israel also hit by extreme heat and that could have contributed to a health scare for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today he was rushed to the hospital near Tel Aviv the 73 year old leader's office says he's in good condition you're listening ABC news news radio 1000 FM 97 7 stay connected stay informed morning at 902 current temperature 68 in sunshine I'm Mark Christopher your latest now in the 24 7 Northwest News Center you gotta imagine firefighters men and women all over the region right now getting all the nervous with all the dry weather that continues here in temperatures today 80s and 90s statewide firefighters quickly
Fresh update on "democratic national committee" discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"What are pronouns? It's time to grow up and get back to work. Introducing the number one woke-free job board in America, RedBalloon.Work. Welcome back, America. I'm Hugh Hewitt. Senator Tom Cotton represents the great state of Arkansas. Good morning, Senator. Welcome back. Good to have you. Good morning, Hugh. It's good to be back on with you. A belated Happy Thanksgiving to you and your listeners and an early Merry Christmas. Thank you. Let me begin with Peter Baker's tweet of about three minutes ago, summarizing a New York Times article this morning. Biden's administration warns Israel that it must fight more surgically and avoid further mass displacement of Palestinians in its war against Hamas to avoid a humanitarian crisis that overwhelms the world's ability to respond. I can't even believe that. Can you imagine that during our battle in Mosul or during our battles in Japan and Germany, Senator Cotton? Yeah, the Biden administration should shut its pie hole. Israel should bounce the rubble in Gaza if that's what it takes to destroy Hamas's infrastructure and tunnel network and kill all of its leaders and its fighters. And like you said, of course, we didn't hold ourselves to this standard in World War II. Nobody was wringing their hands about getting humanitarian aid into Nazi Germany or Imperial Japan. And over the span of just a couple nights, spring of 1945, we did much, much worse in Dresden, Tokyo than anything Israel's done in Gaza. So the Biden administration, once again, as I predicted, starting on October 8th, is in overdrive trying to pressure the government of Israel not to take steps necessary. Well, they're in overdrive to be Janus. They want their pro-Israel Democrats to believe that they're 100 percent with Israel, and they want their pro-Hamas Democrats to be convinced that they're 100 percent in favor of Palestine. You can't pull that off, Senator. Yesterday they got ahead of Israel and said Israel's agreed to the pause, and Israel hadn't agreed to the extension of the pause. They did, but they hadn't when Biden put the pressure on. Yeah, Hugh, I think you put your finger on an important point. This is not just a matter of misguided and muddled thinking about national security as Joe Biden has been guilty of for 50 years, as Bob Gates, his former colleague in the Obama administration, wrote. This is also about Democratic Party politics. The Democratic Party is tearing itself apart over Israel right now. You have an open revolt of people who work for Joe Biden, not protesters in the streets alone, but people who work for Joe Biden or work for the Democratic National Committee, condemning him, writing open letters, condemning his policy, organizing boycotts of the 2024 vote, and that's why Joe Biden seems to put more pressure on Israel than he puts on Hamas. Senator, you've actually led platoons in a combat area of Baghdad during the surge. As you watch how Israel is proceeding, how do you judge their level of caution and their effort to minimize civilian casualty? Well, first off, Hugh, let me express my admiration for the bravery and the skill of the Israeli Defense Forces who are operating in Gaza. It's like nothing I faced in Baghdad in 2006. Some of our soldiers faced some fighting like that in places like Fallujah in 2004, but certainly far beyond the intensity of what I faced in Baghdad in 2006. By all indications, the IDF is operating with unusual care and restraint, as they always do, because they know, their leaders know, their elected leaders know they are held to an unfair double standard by international opinion, and they've been very deliberate, very careful, not only in trying to minimize civilian casualty but also to protect their own forces. And I hope we'll soon see what's happened in northern Gaza, happened in southern Gaza, which I suspect is where most of the at-large Hamas leaders have escaped to over the last five days. Now, Senator, I just spoke with Ambassador Oren. I spoke with Aviv Reddy Gurr earlier about what comes after after Hamas is destroyed and as many of the hostages as possible are freed and rescued. And their answer begins with negatives, not the UN, not the Palestinian Authority.
Biden urges unity at overhauled National Prayer Breakfast
"President Biden heads to Philadelphia today to promote lead pipe replacement and address a national Democratic Party meeting. He hasn't announced a reelection campaign, but some of President Biden's likely themes will be on display tonight at a Democratic National Committee gathering in Philadelphia with the State of the Union address coming up next week, Biden has been talking about unity, infrastructure, jobs, and manufacturing. The DNC says Biden's speech will highlight Republican efforts to undermine the progress the president says he's made during his first two years. A theme he hit on during a speech in New York earlier this week. We've created nearly 11 million. 11 million
"democratic national committee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Here. This is balance of power on Bloomberg television radio. I'm David Weston. Well, we've got some developments now with respect to 2024 as we hear the President Biden has suggested that perhaps we should not start the democratic process with those caucuses out in Iowa and they're going to be deciding exactly what they do next. To take us through it all, we welcome now our political contributors, Jeannie chanzeaux and Rick Davis. So Jeannie, let me start with you. Who gets to decide? Does President Biden get to decide this? Well, it's going to be the Democratic National Committee. We already saw one vote in favor of his proposal. Some people are calling it the Biden protection act. Other people are calling it Biden's revenge on Iowa and New Hampshire for not supporting him, not just in 2020, but Iowa over the years. You know, he really has very fond feelings for South Carolina and that's where he'd like to push this thing. So that would be if he has his way in the DNC supports it, that would be the first in the nation. And of course, I was wondering, David, if you had a part of this vote because we see Michigan moving up your home state as well, would be fourth or 5th in line if this plan goes through. And of course, the reason that Biden is pushing for this as he wrote in his letter to the DNC is because he wants to diversify the primary goers, the voters at the beginning of the stage who are from the black and brown community. He wants to diversify geographically. He wants to have diversify in terms of the more rural and ideological aspects of the party and they haven't found their way into Iowa, New Hampshire, which have been the first in the nation for since the 1970s. So this is what they're pushing for. We're going to have to see if it happens. It's still got quite a ways to go before we know for certain what the calendar looks like. So gee, I'd be less than honest if I didn't save my heart warmed just a little bit to see my home state of Michigan mentioned there, whatever it means for the nomination program. But Rick, I'm really curious from your point of view because you've run these political campaigns. You've run presidential campaigns. If the only goal and I'm not saying it is, if the only goal was to get the best candidate, what's the right answer? Well, first of all, if anybody thinks it's a fair trade to have to deal with the upper Peninsula of Michigan as a trade from being in Iowa in the winter, it's not a fair trade. Look, I think in this case, it actually causes a lot of controversy within a Democratic Party because they actually have to they make the rules. They impose them on the states. And if anybody is sitting around thinking, gee, if Biden doesn't run, maybe I will. Just really changes the nature of the election. And you have to rethink all the things that you thought. I'm a retail politician. I like Iowa and New Hampshire. What am I going to do now? You know, I've got to go to South Carolina. I don't have relationships in South Carolina like I do in Iowa. What if you'd won Iowa? And now you want to realize all of the advantages I had, whether you're a Buttigieg or Bernie, who did well in Iowa. Now you don't have those advantages anymore. So I think it really throws a monkey wrench into the democratic caucus. Jeannie, how much did I do this to themselves? Rick was saying this a little bit earlier. You and I and Rick were out there when they couldn't figure out who won the caucuses for a good long time. They remember they had that new system. They put together a very proud of it. It just all broke down. How much of that is part of the problem? I think it's a big part of the problem. You know, both Iowa and New Hampshire are going to fight back on this. We've already heard this. New Hampshire may be a more solid ground because that was quite a disaster for the 2020 Iowa caucus. I think it was about 2024 days before they counted the votes, but you know, they do both have state laws, which says they will be first in the nation, so this puts the DNC in a position where it's going to have to decide, does it strip these states of their delegates, and they may decide to do that, but I do think it's an important conversation
"democratic national committee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Down to Washington, D.C., world and national news, naval higger. All right, Paul, thank you less than a week to go to the midterm election and President Biden plans to ramp up his rhetoric about threats he sees two democracy. The Democratic National Committee says the president will give a speech tonight at D.C.'s union station that's just down the street from the U.S. capitol to address the threat of election deniers and the stakes for democracy in next week's vote. White House senior adviser Anita Dunn told axios this morning, the site and timing of the speech are significant because she says that's where there was an attempt to subvert democracy on January 6th last year. Speech is set for 7 p.m. Wall Street time from the nation's capital. Expect long fights over the nation's debt and defense spending if Republicans take control of Congress, Bloomberg's Amy Morris reports from Washington. The Republican position, which members are still formulating, could set the stage for an explosive standoff next year, defense market analysts tell Bloomberg that the defense budget would likely get caught up as the GOP fights over discretionary spending and raising the dead limit. Uncertainty could impede both national security and the defense business planning, Congress has yet to agree to a spending bill, but all signs point to an increase over Biden's budget blueprint. In Washington, I'm Amy Morris, Bloomberg radio. Could have drawn it the Supreme Court today, three abortion rights supporters briefly interrupted arguments in an unrelated case to blast the ruling overturning roe V wade into urge women to vote next week, the 9 justices barely budged as the women were led out of the courtroom without resistance. The embattled owner of the NFL's Washington commanders may be moving to sell all or part of the team, the franchise says Dan Snyder and his wife Tanya have retained a Bank of America's securities to consider potential transactions, Snyder has been mired
"democratic national committee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Back in Arizona. On Friday, a judge lifted an injunction of a state's territorial law, which bans abortions even in cases of rape or incest. Abortions will only be offered in Arizona if the mother's life is in danger, candidate for governor in the state Katie Hobbs released a statement calling the law draconian and said not having exemptions for rape or incest will have dire consequences on women's health. Speaking at a Friday Democratic National Committee event in Washington, President Biden criticized a House Republicans knew what they call commitment to America plan. That's a thin series of policy goals with little or no detail. We didn't hear and mention the right to choose. We didn't hear him mention Medicare. We didn't hear him mention social security. The president said some Republicans want to put social security and Medicare on the chopping block and accuse that party of seeking to criminalize abortion nationwide. He accused many Republicans of hypocrisy for their praise of police while defending rioters who assaulted officers during last year's capital attack. And again, argue there's no reason for a military style assault weapons in America. You can't be pro law enforcement and throw insurrection. You can't claim me a party of Law & Order and call the people who attack the police in January 6th, patriots. The United Nations is giving an update on potential war crimes committed by Russian forces in Ukraine. The independent international commission of inquiry into Ukraine is reporting incidents of rape torture and unlawful containment and found that some Russian Federation soldiers committed the crimes. They update says the age of those abused ranges from four to 82. The news comes after mass graves were recently found
Biden DOJ Pushes For Judge To Appoint Dem Donor As Special Master
"And according to daily caller here Gabe kaminski president Joe Biden's Justice Department is proposing that a federal judge upon a democratic donor and former judge the service special master in the Trump Mar-a-Lago investigation This is how unserious and stalinist this Department of Justice and the FBI are The DoJ recommended in a Friday filing the U.S. district judge for the southern district of Florida point Barbara Jones special master and a point to overseas litigation and makes court recommendations Jones are retired judge in the southern district of New York has donated thousands of dollars to democratic causes records show Jones contributed over $5000 to candidates as well as the Democratic National Committee since 2019 according to FEC filings She most recently gave $2900 to form a New York congressional candidate Liz holtzman a complete cook of long-standing Complete cook of long-standing
"democratic national committee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is Bloomberg radio. Now a global news update. The Justice Department says the document seized in the FBI raid on former president Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate includes secret papers on intelligence gathering and clandestine human sources. Jim Forbes has the latest. On Friday, the department released a heavily redacted affidavit outlining evidence that was used to ask a judge for a search warrant. In the affidavit, an unidentified FBI agent says they identified 184 documents containing quote national defense information. The FBI seized 11 sets of classified records during their search of Trump's residence on August 8th, including records they say, could threaten national security if released. President Biden is marking one year since a terrorist attack killed 13 American service members in Afghanistan. The attack happened at the Kabul airport during the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. Speaking on Friday, Biden said the soldiers who died were heroes, vice president Kamala Harris is scheduled to speak today at a Democratic National Committee fundraiser in Los Angeles, the VP speech is scheduled to start at two 30 p.m. Pacific time, Harris returned to LA Thursday after vacationing in Hawaii since August 15th. A former White House pastry chef who served under 5 presidents is dead. Roland mesnier was first hired in 1979 by First Lady Rosalynn Carter before retiring in 2004. He detailed his career in a memoir titled all the presidents pastries, 25 years in The White House. His son told The Washington Post that mesnier passed away due to complications from cancer Friday in Burke, Virginia. He was 78 years old. College football season kicks off today with a handful of games, the Big Ten Conference will start the season off with a matchup between Nebraska and northwestern that's taking place in Dublin, Ireland. Other notable games include Austin P taking on western Kentucky, Wyoming against Illinois and Hawaii facing Vanderbilt. I'm Julie Ryan. As the Biden administration moves forward with a plan to forgive thousands of dollars of student loan debt for most borrowers, the student loan burden is pretty low in some states, including California, Eddie reports. According to a survey from wallet hub, California, Washington, and Utah are among the states with the lowest student debt adjusted for income. The survey didn't say exactly why California came in with some of the lowest student debt, but it could be because of the state's extensive community college and university network where tuition is typically lower than out of state or private schools. West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and South Dakota came out on top with residents having the most student loan debt. The organ based dive team that found missing California teen Kylie Rodney's car with her body inside ruled out a location in their new search for another missing California woman, Dina kodiak has more. Their aiding in the search for 22 year old jalis Fuentes, who's been missing for nearly three weeks. The volunteer team adventures with purpose now in Selma and Fresno county confirming within two hours there are no signs of Fuentes or her car in avocado Lake, one of the last locations her phone pinked, using sonar technology to search the waters first, then diving into investigate. They will now search pine flat Lake and winton park, Fuentes was reported missing after she was last seen at four in the morning on August 7th, leaving a gas station in Selma. Her phone last pink somewhere near pine flat Lake and avocado Lake. I'm Dina kodiak. Star Trek great Nichelle Nichols will have her ashes sent to space with several other costars. Mark Mayfield fills
"democratic national committee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"CDC advisory panel's recommendation to approve the Pfizer and Moderna shots With this recent authorization from FDA and recommendation from CDC nearly 20 million children are now able to get vaccinated against COVID-19 The CDC advisory panel unanimously approved the decision Saturday following the FDA's approval of the vaccine this week Teachers and other schools staffers in Ohio have some lingering questions about that state's new gun laws for schools school boards across that state are deciding this summer whether to allow their workers to undergo 24 hours of specialized gun training before being armed inside schools some questions include where will the guns be stored during the school day and will teachers and staff be immune from charges if they shoot a student The head of NATO says the Ukraine Russia conflict may last a while Jen Stoltenberg saying today Ukraine's allies have to keep up the pressure for the long haul He says the west should be intent on resupplying Ukrainian troops with the weapons they need to regain lost ground in the southeastern Dunbar region I'm Scott Carr Democrats are building a respectable campaign war chest ahead of the midterm elections The Democratic National Committee said it immediate post Saturday it raised over $16 million in the month of May that would bring their total to more than $66 million so far this calendar year Party leaders have said they expect to spend 70 million on the midterm elections this year The production of baby formula had the Sturgis Abbott nutrition site in Michigan suspended again Brad Siegel's got details A statement from the city of Sturgis says on June 13th heavy rains caused flood conditions in the city which have affected the Abbott plant production was stopped to allow for cleanup and sanitizing There's no word when production will get back up and running although the company says it could be a few weeks There's currently a shortage of baby formula in the U.S. Abbott does say it believes it still has ample existing supply of elika and most of its specialty formulas to meet current demand The company added it will also work to restart similar production at the plant as soon as possible San Francisco's Golden State Warriors are the newly crowned NBA champions and the city's ready to celebrate It'll throw a huge victory parade Monday It marks the fourth NBA title win for the warriors in 8 years Beating the Celtics in Boston Thursday night with a one O three 90 game 6 win Steph Curry throw in 24 points in the decisive victory He was named NBA Finals MVP The transportation security administration says Friday was the most popular air travel day of the year TSA says it's green nearly two and a half million people at airport security checkpoint Friday making it the busiest travel day in the country since the Thanksgiving holiday Tom Cruise is setting a new milestone in his career.
Arizona AG Mark Brnovich Recaps Importance of Case Against DNC
"They were stunned that the Zucker box thing is real They're like wait wait let me get this straight That's not illegal for a multi multi billionaire to start some foundation with money he earned from social media to tilts left to give primarily to Democrat counties to incentivize voter turnout They're stunned You as the attorney general how is this legal I don't understand I'm having a hard time getting my arms around that Well our legislature actually enacted legislation once this came by to stop this to prevent it from going forward But obviously there are still things that we're looking at related to that to make sure that any funds were consistent or spent consistently is what the law was at the time But really it is one of those things Dan when you sit there and you the left you're so organized So for example there was a case last year Argued that the U.S. Supreme Court called bernov and C where you have the Democratic National Committee their lawyers at Perkins cooey and filed a lawsuit trying to overturn our state's limitations on ballot harvesting and out of precinct voting And I personally I was the same after me because I stood in the breach and defended that went to the Supreme Court and that paved the way now for states to go ahead and LAT a nap Election integrity measures But there is also other cases where for example here you have the Democrats tried to extend the ballot curing period And I stopped and I went to federal court stop it but they didn't pay for Pennsylvania And that's why you have some of that chaos and anarchy when it came to how balance procured mail in ballots were cured in Pennsylvania So the left was very organized They were very systematic and they picked or they chose their targets wisely That's why you saw this kind of chaos going on in swing states
"democratic national committee" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast
"First term republican. Us rep. Stephanie buys in central oklahoma's fifth congressional district and earlier this month hauser's republican state superintendent joy hofmeister abruptly switched parties. It hopes of becoming the democratic nominee to take on governors. Who better to help us. Sort through all the political calculating and help us separate the contenders from the pretenders than someone who successfully steered himself through the electoral minefields former governor and now democratic national committee. Man david walters who it just so happens was our very first. Observer cast guests on february eighteen. Twenty twenty the audio is terrible. The debut was unforgettable somehow survived for eighty episodes. Now thanks to governor wolters keen insights in episode. One psalm. Back and listen to that. I'd like to hear some keen insights provide us lord. No doubt about that. So let's start with joy hofmeister because that is my goodness. We have a lot of ground to cover. But i haven't say anything like that really at that level. What can you tell us. Give us the inside scoop inquiring minds want to know. What can you tell us. Well i know it was a it was a long it was i think people have. The impression happened overnight. It was a long thoughtful process. That i i believe. Superintendent off meister went through along with her husband. Jerry and their family and I frankly thought about three months ago that it was that it was done and then And then she decided that she was so worried about her responsibilities. I think taking care of the kids in when he got several hundred thousand showroom that you're responsible for in the superstructure government is not allowing Folks like erred properly. Protect them as they thought they needed to be. Giving local school boards responsibility. I think he was so focused on that she just was not ready to make that decision but then within the last month obviously she decided to go forward and i you know i wouldn't. I wouldn't central to that. But i was aware of it in had an opportunity to visit with her on on occasion or two and so delighted that she decided to do that. I know she reached out for advice. Counsel from a number of people but you know in the end it was just a it was just a raw act of courage and an expression of independence and And i frankly. I'm i'm i really admire what she has done. Because i've heard some democratic actress like oil. You know she's just using the party Label do they know where we live. I mean who how how d- behind your name on a statewide race so it's so it's When i say curry i'm by by mean it. I mean it's a. It's an uphill climb but but the mechanics of the race. Look pretty positive we could take. We could You know designed the best democratic candidate you could find who's been in the party forever and You wouldn't be as competitive in my view as joy. Hofmeister is going to be and then we can talk about morbid but i just i just want to say that i'm you know i. I knew her a little bit. But i know her better. Now and Very impressive smart. independent thoughtful. Leeann kind articulate. She really You can tell you know you can tell when a candidate feels it in their heart and soul and And she does. There's there's no alterior motive. There's no super strategy here. He's not trying to polish your credentials for national ron or any of that. She just wants to solve these problems. And as as of the problem the solutions to the problems we face are really quite simple. If you find somebody that has the courage to step up and present the solutions. And that's that's worry falls short. So many times people get skipped so wrapped up in the politics either of their national party or otherwise. And i think she's going to be free of that. Then we'll be able to to address the issues of we face no com seven. Or do you really think. Because their criticisms i've seen of her switching to democrat Have one being Why can't we run a real progressive and kid could i. Real progressive means win statewide race in oklahoma. And does it really matter in your eyes. if she's moderate slightly lefty far radical left. Know i mean what. What is your take on this idea of. Why can't we write in real progressive. I'm not sure what all those labels are. But let's say that real aggressive as a You know there's the you know me four point for you you know i can sit there and listen to see for example and and there's not a thing. She says that i disagree. With think bernie sanders does a phenomenal job of framing characterizing. The issues presenting it. And you know by the time you get to the end of his speech you're commenced of as to what the right path is. Why look at those as being sort of ideal progressives but but in in oklahoma. If you put somebody up there that is just stay d. Just a progressive. Just somebody who is going to be on in left of center if he will They're gonna they're gonna lose the rural areas by forty percent. They'll lose them by thirty to forty percent and we can't make up that difference in urban areas and and depending on who's on the ticket and the time new ticket we got a midterm election here You know there's going to be a level of enthusiasm more than likely higher on the on the other side and And so it's a it's an uphill fight. Whatever you do but imagine if you have a problem solver a thoughtful person somebody who's values on education and healthcare and on A host of other issues is going to be much closer to the democratic. Party's values than than the republican party. And i think that's kind of where she got to. But imagine that person stepping out of a ahead or not stepping out of but coming from a statewide elected position as republican. I can't tell you how many people ran into the said. Oh my goodness i turn. I change parties because i admired joy hofmeister. I wanted to also beat janet teresi back in the day and so they changed parties. Vote for off meister in the in the primary against maurici and in the number of people who didn't change back we've already seen a bit of a blip on democratic registrations and it's those people coming back from having changed a registration reporter originally in that primary and so So what we're going to see. My my view is that you're going to have ten or fifteen percent. Maybe it's twenty. Maybe it goes much higher than that. But but i think that's in that.
"democratic national committee" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast
"Nothing in the founding documents of this country that allow reinstatement. But you know what but that. Do you think that makes a difference. Would a personality and based on what we've seen from trump as a former president you saw when he came in and the things that he attempted to do even deny exiting. He doesn't believe or uphold constitution. He doesn't have any information education or Knowledge of of don't think trump american history our constitution our politics states government I think with trump believes in is some pipe-dream shit you sitting in a room with a bunch of people. Y'all been smoking as she put defoe days. You have yeah water juice like that. Okay and this is what y'all came out with right in a little. Maybe some russian cotton candy now. Have you seen this now Apparently there's been a huge billboard in times square that says oh yeah trump lost No more audits. But then i this in twitter but then when i read it what i was surprised to read was that that whole there's a campaign and they call themselves are vr. Republicans for voting rights launched a billboard campaign across the country in response to the reckless republican calls for sham audits of twenty twenty elections. These are republicans. But this is also a movement in a branching off. It sounds like they're branching because they also are trying to galvanize young republicans and maybe go off in a another right and maybe create maybe even a whole nother conservative party. Have you seen the commercials done by lincoln project. No i don't think i have. You got you got to see okay. Listen these are former republican officeholders soon inside of the republican party. These people have been headed like the head of the state republican party They've been national leadership by the democratic national committee. You know there's a republican national committee right. Yes.
"democratic national committee" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"The Koga News center. The jury has reached a verdict in the trial of the man arrested for killing Sending a police officer Jonathan de Guzman. It had been expected to be read in court this last half hour, but we're told now the verdicts delayed due to a traffic issue with an alternate juror. The courtroom was cleared again. And as soon as that verdict comes down, we'll have it for you. Here on Kogo. Jack Cronin has the story of what this case is all about. Officer Grossman was shot and killed in the driver's seat of his patrol car in southwest July. 28 2016 And the trial for the man arrested for his murder, delayed in part by the pandemic is now coming to a close. More than five years later, Now 60 year old Jesse Gomez was arrested for killing DeGuzman and wounding his partner. That night's officer, Wade Irwin, who was shot in the throat and survived the incident. If the jury returns a guilty verdict today, Gomez will face life in prison without parole or the death penalty. Depending on decision from prosecutors. Jack and Cable News Ocean Side Man is under arrest in the nation's capital after police found a bayonet and machete in his pickup truck. Donald Craighead, arrested last night after the discovery was made the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee in Washington, D C capital, police said there was a swastika decorating the truck in addition to what officials called other white supremacist symbols. The secretary of state. Testifying today before Congress for the first time since the US ended its military presence in Afghanistan, Jared Halperin has more from Capitol Hill. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is defending the administration's chaotic evacuation and withdrawal from Afghanistan. We inherited a deadline. We did not inherit a plant, Blinken tells the House Foreign Affairs Committee efforts continue to provide routes out of Afghanistan for American citizens and permanent legal residents. A number that was about 100 last week. We offered seats on the planes that got out last week to about 60. 30 came forward and and use those seats. Top committee Republicans remain critical Texas Republican Michael McCaul, describing the withdrawal as an unmitigated disaster. Of epic proportions. Blinken testifies for a Senate committee tomorrow. President Biden is in California today, the president visiting the Sacramento where he had to tour some of the wildfire damage and meet with the fire officials there later this afternoon. The president arrives in Long Beach to attend a rally in support of California's governor, Gavin Newsom, who faces that we call tomorrow the most recent polls, predicting that Newsom will not be recalled in the election tomorrow, but Republican candidate John Cox of San Diego said Says. He doesn't trust the polls, Brexit.
"democratic national committee" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale
"Everything so. I'm in content communication with our hospitals with our caretakers with our health department and the university and those are some of the things we were discussing once again. You know. that's what people are thinking about. do we need to have capacity restrictions. How do we address this. And the point is even if we put in mask mandate the individuals that didn't get a vaccine aren't gonna put a mask on. They didn't put it on before when it was a mandate that doesn't mean it's going to change their behavior and now they're going to put on a mask so i'm not sure that's the solution. The typical people that are going to wear masks of the ones that already vaccinated. So how do we address this issue. I'm also president of a rotary called rotary club of community action against human trafficking and we applied for a grant but Incentivizes people to get the vaccine so the one population that i am addressing in a different capacity are survivors of human trafficking or domestic abuse or sexual violence. And what we put for our action plan was one. They don't want to be identified so we were able to get health care workers where these individuals can come in. do not have to give their. I d do not have to show any type of identification. They can put any name on the sheet that they want because all mainly what the healthcare workers have to show us. How many vaccines were used. Not necessarily who got so. That's what we told them they can do that. They don't have to show id. They don't have to identify themselves. The second thing is a one and done like johnson johnson shot. They're not gonna come back for a second shot so we had to make sure we got him. You get one and then you're done so you talk about vaccine hesitancy so we have the grant put in for incentive plan to give them fifty dollars amazon gift cards. So that's what we did and you know that we were able to get several vaccinated on friday last week and we're going to get a few more thursday so making it anonymous so they don't have to. Id themselves making it a one and done kind of shot so you don't have to worry about getting second shot and incentivizing them. Those three things have worked for this particular population and that might work for other populations. So that's what we need to think about. How do we get them. Vaccinated the point as vaccinating them and it also impacts health insurance premiums as these individuals that are not vaccinated if they get the virus one. it's easily transmissible. And if they end up in the hospital they're staying there longer so that that impacts all of our premiums.
RNC Says One of Its Contractors Was Hacked
"Russian. Ap targets republican national committee bloomberg sources. Say the threat actors were part of. Ap twenty nine or cozy bear previously tied to the solo in supply chain attack and the democratic national committee breach of two thousand. Sixteen in response to the report rnc spokesperson. Mike reid said there is no indication. The rnc was hacked or any rnc information was stolen. Read went on to say an attack was detected but administrators acted to block all access to its cloud environment and furthermore with microsoft to review their systems white house urges mayors too review cybersecurity posture at a virtual meeting with the bipartisan. Us conference of mayors deputy national security adviser and neuberger urged us mayors to meet with state agencies chiefs to properly evaluate their cyber security posture. The biden administration also reiterated. They would provide additional resources for mayors to shore up defences with the fbi and cyber security and infrastructure security agency tasked to provide assistance. This comes as local and state. Governments are increasingly targets of ransomware with the fbi issuing a public service announcement about the growing threat last year. Incomplete print nightmare emergency patch released. Microsoft issued the out of band. Emergency patch to fix a critical vulnerability dubbed print nightmare in the windows. Prints buhler service that could allow remote code execution with system level access. The patch is available for windows server. Windows ten windows eight and windows seven after it was released security researchers matthew hickey and will dorman found that while the patch is effective at preventing the remote code execution. Flaw attackers could still use the local privilege escalation component to gain system privileges on vulnerable systems for older windows versions further analysis by other security researchers found that the entire patch could be mitigated if the point and print policy was enabled. More information on the cassia hat comes out according to the company's ceo. Fred viuhkola between eight hundred and fifteen hundred businesses have been impacted by the supply chain attack against the company although he acknowledged getting more exact figure is difficult. Since the customers of its customers were the ones most impacted. He also had no comment on whether the company was negotiating with the ransomware operators because said in talks with the white house. The company didn't see any national risk posed by the attack. The overall impact of the attack has been felt globally with coop supermarkets in sweden forced close as well as dozens of schools in new
Hunt for Capitol Attackers Still on 6 Months After Jan. 6
"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting the hunt for capital attackers is still on six months after the January sixth insurrection at the U. S. capitol the FBI continues to hunt for scores of rioters more than five hundred people have already been arrested on Tuesday the FBI released eleven you videos of riders attacking law enforcement officers the FBI is appealing for the public's help in identifying the suspects the FBI website includes more than nine hundred photos of roughly three hundred people labeled and identified and the F. B. I. is offering a reward of up to one hundred thousand dollars for information leading to the arrest of the person responsible for planting pipe bombs outside the offices of the Republican and democratic national committees on the night before the riot might cross your Washington
FBI Still Hasn't Found DNC, RNC Pipe Bomb-Maker
"Authorities have charged hundreds of people for allegedly participating in the January 6th right of the U. S Capitol. But one person still eludes them. The person who placed two explosive devices in Washington D. C the night before Here are Tim Mack and Dina Temple Raston from NPR's investigations unit. The crime the FBI is trying to solve happened between 7:38:30 P.m.. That's when authorities believe the suspect planted two pipe bombs just blocks from the Capitol. The suspect was wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt. Ah Cove in mask and expensive sneakers. They were Nike Air Max speed turf with the yellow logo. Surveillance cameras captured the figure walking through a Capitol Hill neighborhood the night before the January six riots. One of the bombs was placed on a park bench near the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee, the other behind Republican Party headquarters and surveillance footage caught the suspect walking look at how close their feet are to each other. So that is a narrow base of gate. That's Dr Mike Nierenberg, who wrote the textbook on Forensic Gait analysis. He helps identify people based on how they walk. He's watching along with us as we review surveillance video from that night immediately. What you notice is the arm swing of the person on that left arm. There's not a lot of rotation in their upper half of their body, their torso. The FBI has asked for help finding someone who walks like this. The explosive devices they found were made from one by eight inch galvanized steel pipes. Plumbers typically used And they had plastic kitchen timers mounted on top. The con Jews been around set. The FBI said the explosive inside was homemade black powder, which could be a mix of just about anything that will ignite. Typically, it includes salt Peter and sulfur and gunpowder. The FBI is yet to say exactly what explosive was
FBI releases new security video of pipe bomb suspect before Capitol riot
"New video, which appears to show a suspect placing pipe bombs outside of the Republican and Democratic National Committee offices the night before the riot at the U. S. Capitol. Seattle Democratic representative Camilla giant Paul tells CNN. The images are very concerning. I have been troubled that we still have not heard much about those bombs that were placed on January 6th. It seems to me that they were diversionary tactics to draw away. Necessary law enforcement from the capital. Least on the bombs at about the same time. The riot the capital began January six of $100,000 reward is up in the case. I'm Ryan Harrison, Snohomish County,
Investigations intensify into assault on U.S. Capitol
"Ah Senate panel conducting one of what's expected to be many postmortem reviews of the January 6th riot at the U. S Capitol, heard from officials past and present about preparedness for that attack. U. S Capitol Police special operations Captain Carnation Mendoza described the sudden magnitude of the assault on that day I asked for assistance was needed and was advised Of six active scenes. There was an explosive device at the Democratic National Committee building. A second explosive device at the Republican National Committee building. And large hostile groups at different locations outside the Capitol Building. The former House sergeant at arms, Paul Irving, testified that intelligence before that day did not suggest that troops would be
FBI finds out more about Capitol Hill pipe bombs
"The FBI says two pipe bombs left at the offices of the Republican and Democratic National Committee's and discovered the day of the capital riot had actually been placed in those locations the night before. Both buildings are within a few blocks of the capital.
"democratic national committee" Discussed on WTOP
"The nation's capital with threats of violence on the rise against lawmakers. Even before the Capitol incursion of January 6th many have asked for increased security. So the new acting House sergeant at arms says officers will be posted at airports and the rail station on busy travel days but warns individual protection will not be provided. House members have also been told that They can use campaign funds for home security systems and office funds for bulletproof vests. There's been growing animosity inside the Capitol building, including lawmakers who want to carry guns and opposed metal detectors and those who want weapons out. Jackie Quinn, Washington Will the FBI is raised the reward to $100,000 for information about the suspect they believe placed pipe bombs near the headquarters of the Democratic and Republican National come Ladies before the Capitol Riot. One pipe bomb the FBI says was placed at the headquarters of the Republican National Committee at three 11th Street Southeast, the other placed at the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee, located at 4 30, South Capitol Street Southeast number three It happened between the hours of 7:30 P.m. and 8:30 P.m.. On January 5th, which was the night before the Capitol riot, the individual that placed the bombs was wearing a face mask. A great hooded sweatshirt. Nike air max speed turf shoes that were yellow, black and gray. And carrying a backpack. JJ Green w T o P News and 37 Finding great candidates The higher Converium like Well, trying to find a needle in a haystack. Sure you can post your job to some job board. But then all you can do is hope the right person comes along. Which is why you should try. Zip Recruiter for free Zip recruiter doesn't depend.
"democratic national committee" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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FBI says Washington, DC pipe bombs were planted night before the Capitol siege
"The FBI now, says Pi bombs discovered near the U. S. Capitol on the day of the riot were planted on the night before the FBI says someone plays two pipe bombs the night of January 5th, one outside the headquarters of the Republican National Committee and the other outside the main office of the Democratic National Committee. Both are located within a half mile of the capital. In pictures released by the FBI and individual seen dressed in a gray hooded sweatshirt carrying a backpack. The agency is offering a $100,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest.
Pipe bombs placed at RNC, DNC night before Capitol riot; feds up reward to $100,000
"The FBI has raised that reward to $100,000 for information about this suspect who they think placed pipe bombs near the DNC and RNC headquarters just before the Capitol riot. One pipe bomb the FBI says was placed at the headquarters of the Republican National Committee. At three 11th Street Southeast, the other placed at the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee, located at 4, 30, South Capitol Street Southeast number three. It happened between the hours of 7:30 P.m. and 8:30 P.m. on January 5th, which was the night before the Capitol Riot. The individual that placed the bombs was wearing a face mask. A great hooded sweatshirt, Nike air max speed turf shoes that were yellow, black and gray and carrying a backpack.
FBI investigation into Washington DC pipe bomb suspect reveals new details; reward increased to $100G
"Now offering a $100,000 reward for information on a man who's believed to have planted two pipe bombs near the U. S Capitol the night before the January 6th riot. A man in a gray hooded sweatshirt and Nike shoes carrying a bag is seen on video near the capital. The suspect also believed to have delivered to live explosives to the Democratic National Committee and Republican National Committee office buildings the night before
Pipe bombs placed at RNC, DNC night before Capitol riot; feds up reward to $100,000
"There's a race to find the suspect who planted pipe bombs on the eve of the deadly attack at the Capitol and now an increased reward for information leading to the arrest. The FBI now believes the pipe bombs were placed at the Democratic National Committee and the Republican National Committee the evening before the Capitol riot and on Known individual wearing a face mask, gray hoody and yellow, black and gray Nikes placed the viable devices between 7:38:30 p.m.. The FBI increased the reward to $100,000. Finding the bomber is a priority as security protocols change for members of Congress Memo, obtained by ABC News said Capitol police will now patrol DC airports and union Station on days when
"democratic national committee" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"What Roberts talking about there at 7 47 and Union Center Boulevard. It's been tense today as the bomb squad was responding to a bomb threat in West Chester. They went to the Walgreens and Wlwt is Karen Johnson has been reporting from the scene just got an update and said that a man had walked into the police department this morning and originally said there was a bomb in a van that was parked in the AstraZeneca parking lot. He later said it was the Walgreens parking lot. Meanwhile, the bomb squad has opened the door. The The bomb robot was able to break the window and they have been researching it. But nothing so far has been found that would cause alarm. Also new information about two pipe bombs discovered at the Republican and Democratic National Committee offices just before the storming of the capital on January 6th. We're hearing now that they were actually placed the night before, according to the FBI reward is being offered to help find the person responsible. It's now up to $100,000. Lots of new hope. With additional vaccines being available soon, Johnson and Johnson releasing some promising results of testing on its single dose vaccine. Today, the vaccine tested right here in Cincinnati. Very first person to get a shot is part of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine trial received it at the SETI I Research center in Norwood. 460. People from the Tri state, part of a clinical trial that was one of the largest in the world CEO Tim Shoulder, says he's not surprised at all. So many people here wanted to help find a way out of this pandemic really been remarkable that the people just Step up and her selfless in there, you know, wanting to be part of a solution, and we saw that you know, says a Children's University of Cincinnati. C P I, You know between us. I think we have enrolled several 1000..
Former South Carolina Senate candidate Jaime Harrison elected DNC chair
"On Twitter, South Carolina Democrat Jaime Harrison writing I'm honored to step up his chair of the Democratic National Committee. He challenged Lindsey Graham and last November's Senate race and prior to that ran to South Carolina Democratic Party. It is first post inauguration meeting today, the DNC party, making it official Jaime Harrison
Biden picks Jaime Harrison for DNC chair
"Elect Biden planning to select former South Carolina Senate candidate Jaime Harrison to chair the Democratic National Committee. He had run the South Carolina State Party before challenging Senator Lindsey Graham. Last year. Access dot com reporting that Harrison will replace outgoing DNC chair Tom Perez
Discovery of pipe bombs in Washington, DC obscured by riot at Capitol
"The people who were there at the Capitol last week who participated in these riots. They sort of have made it easy on investigators because they were so over open on social media. They really were open about it on social media. They took photos and videos of themselves posted them online. Some of the rioters, though, have been harder to I D. But investigators are getting help. As of last night, the FBI had received 70,000 tips from the public to help investigators identify and track down these folks. Um I under stand that investigators are also trying to figure out if there was an actual organization of some kind behind the attack. What can you tell us there? It's right in, officials say it's gonna take time. Weeks. If not months to T O figure that out one of the keys to unlocking that question may lie in the two pipe bombs that were planted the day of the insurrection. They were found outside the Republican National Committee in the Democratic National Committee headquarters, which are both on Capitol Hill near the capital. Those bombs didn't go off, so they haven't received a ton of attention since last week, I talked to Chris Swecker. He's a former head of the FBI's criminal division. And he said those bombs suggests someone at least had done some planning. Concern eyes that this person took the time to run how to build pipe bombs built the pipe bombs after buying all the materials. Then transported them to the scene. You know the capital so that that's certainly indication of pre planning on on that person's part. The challenge for the FBI, Swecker said, is going to be to build out from there, whether that individual was working in tandem with others and how it's connected if it's connected at all to the violence that happened at the Capitol. How do they go about doing that? Well, first would be identifying who planted those bombs. The FBI has put out a grainy photo of a suspect. The individual is wearing a gray hoodie, a white mask black pants on black and white shoes. The FBI actually released new photos of the suspect shoes and backpack last night. They think the shoes maybe special edition and could help identify the individual. Now FBI agents have been canvassing the neighborhood on Capitol Hill, where these two bombs were found, asking residents for say, footage from the ring doorbells. Or businesses for CCTV footage. The devices themselves, I'm told are still being analyzed at the FBI lab, and those could yield a lot of information for investigators, according to former FBI agent Dave Gomez. There are signature aspects to bomb building type of case type of device. The timer and all those components are evidence. There is nothing better. Or investigator than to find an intact device. Invested. Investigators can pull fingerprints say from those devices. They can trace back the materials to where they were purchased. And all of that can help lead to the culprit. And of
"democratic national committee" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Decisions he's hired, he's fired. He's even pardoned people through Twitter that has been his primary means. Doc says David spawned at the White House. The all clear has been given in Washington after another suspicious package was found. A couple of buildings were briefly evacuated and streets were closed. The FBI is on the hunt for people who took part in Wednesday's attack, including those responsible for planting pipe bombs near the headquarters of both the Republican and Democratic National Committee's. The agency has released a photo of a person in a hooded sweatshirt. Carrying a large black item in their hand. That person has not been labeled a suspect. Other people are being rounded up more than a dozen face federal charges The FBI has arrested the man photographed sitting at a desk and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is office, a top deputy federal prosecutor saying. Richard Barnett was charged for entering Pelosi's office, leaving a note and removing some of the speakers mail. Boxes. Marianne Rafferty, the president's days as commander in chief are numbered. But many Democrats feel he should leave before his term expires on January. 20th best thing for our country would be for the Republican leadership in Congress with the vice president. Encouraged the president to resign that would be in the best interest of America to move forward. Senator Ben Cardin of Maryland on Fox says Caputo live in the House articles of impeachment are being drawn up this weekend. They could be introduced on Monday and voted on by Wednesday. America's listening.
FBI offers reward for information on pipe bombs set during Capitol, Washington DC assault
"There's something else being investigated in Washington beyond the capital attack, something that could have made things even worse. $50,000 reward from the FBI. They're looking for information about whoever was responsible for two suspected pipe bombs found near Capitol Hill Wednesday. One was at the headquarters of the Republican National Committee, the other at the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee. The feds have put out a poster of a potential suspect with a photo of someone wearing a gray hoody of face masking hearing. A piece of gear
"democratic national committee" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"President Trump's lies fed the crowd, he directed their anger on Capitol Hill. And his demagoguery whipped them into a frenzy. A number of Trump Administration officials have resigned, citing the president's role in yesterday's violence, including Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao. An investigation is underway into suspected pipe bombs found yesterday near the Republican and Democratic National Committee. DC, headquarters to law enforcement sources have told Fox that the devices were not fakes that they were quote the real deal and the A T F rendered. The device is safe. Fox's Tanya J. Powers America is listening to Fox News. Traffic is sponsored by the estrogen temporal scanner in Carrollton on I 35 the north by the Frankfurt road accident was cleared. It left a backup past lunar road in Dallas downtown on the I 45 North bound, ran to respond. I 30 there's a stall on I 40 westbound at Ferguson erect was clear. There are lingering delays. And in Arlington on I 30 eastbound it ballpark way. Two left lanes are blocked by a crash. It's stop and go from Cooper. This may be uncertain times. But what is certain is that every family needs a reliable thermometer. Protect your family with the ex URGENT temporal scanner. The only home thermometer used and recommended by hospitals, positions and clinics. Stay safe with extra gin with Kayla of traffic. I'm Bill Jackson News brought to you by staples. This is Ernie Brown on music operation Vice l I am Now you're trending topics monitoring social media posts among our listeners in DFW around the world, Ernie these the trending topics we start off with some high.
Woman dies after shooting in U.S. Capitol; Washington, D.C. National Guard activated after mob breaches building
"Russians continuing to swirl around how that mob of pro Trump supporters was able to breach security barriers of the U. S Capitol, forcing members of Congress to barricade themselves in their offices and in galleries. One woman was killed. Three died after medical emergencies and more than 50 people were arrested. Police say They also recovered two pipe bombs do the scene. As well as a long gun and Molotov cocktails found in a cooler just blocks away. Those suspected explosive devices were discovered at the Republican and Democratic National Committee headquarters. The news chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas, ABC chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl has more on President Trump's response to the violence calls to the White House press office. Go on answered. I've tried to call the chief of staff on answered. I've even tried to reach out directly to the president because none of those who speak on him our response on his behalf for responsive shortly after the capital was secure, Congress solidified Joe Biden's November win by ratifying the Electoral college vote count.
"democratic national committee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"S capitol by supporters of President Trump. Down, according to the chief of the Metropolitan Police Department. In Washington, D C one woman was shot as a mob tried to break through a barricaded door at the Capitol, where police were armed. On the other side. The woman died in the hospital. Three other deaths are classified as a medical emergencies. Police say both law enforcement and the rioters fired off chemical irritants like pepper spray. During the hours long occupation of the Capitol Building. Officials also say two pipe bombs were recovered one outside the Democratic National Committee headquarters, the other outside the Republican office, and some additional weapons were found on the Capitol grounds. Jackie Quinn, Washington President elect Joe Biden will introduce Merrick Garland as his pick for attorney general, along with three others he selected for senior Justice Department positions, Biden says they will restore the independence of the agency and faith in the rule of law and picking Garland. Biden is turning to an experienced judge who held senior positions at the Justice Department decades ago, including as a supervisor of the prosecution of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing case. Nevada governor Steve Cecil Act will pre record his second state of the state address and published it online on January 19th as a health precaution because of the Corona virus pandemic Democratic governor announced that he would also release his proposed budget The day before. His address to speech will emphasize the governor's priorities before the state's legislative session begins in February. State is facing a substantial deficit because of the pandemic..
"democratic national committee" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Mass don't matter Social distance he doesn't matter I think is is responsible for what happens to him. It could be used for good, huh? So the world's ending people are gonna die one way or another, Whether it is or something boring, like climate change. There's absolutely no excuse for this historic attack. We know exactly who did this. This is the SVR unit of Russian intelligence and specifically a group known as cozy there. We knew about who they were at least four years ago when they had the Democratic National Committee. Was it good for them? His family's You guys I served with Civilians. Those poor mites covers died defending their homes. Fighting for freedom was a good from way about last themselves. They're eaten themselves. A lot of the republic is in complete disarray. Grow stronger. We're gonna turn to us once again. See, boy, everybody thinks they want freedom. But what they really want is order when they realized that they were gonna welcome this back with, you know, to the Empire. I've you wearing this mask. Not so much protecting me, but it's a patriotic duty to protect those around you. I'm quite Lewis. You're listening to ground zero sum of the echoes in transit 2021. And when the miners used to what you're hearing, because that's exactly the message that we're talking about tonight. Ryan Gable Space Needle set up some very interesting images. One of them is the Star of Alchemy, or the Star of Aquarius. The alchemy. Unique Ercel Hex, a gram, made famous by none other.