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Head of agency that oversees US nuclear arsenal unexpectedly resigns

Barnett Financial Hour w/ Rick Barnett

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Head of agency that oversees US nuclear arsenal unexpectedly resigns

"The head of the National Nuclear Security Agency, has resigned her position effective immediately. The department said in a press release that Lisa Gordon Haggerty, who became the first woman to lead the S when she was confirmed by the Senate in February, 2018 stepped down from the roll, adding that Dr William Book lists who has been serving as an essay of principal deputy administrator for the last year and a half. Is now serving as acting administrator. While the press release did not provide any details on the reason behind Gordon Haggerty's resignation. She has sent her letter of resignation to the White House on Friday, following nearly a year of tensions between Gordon Haggerty's office and energy secretary of Dan

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Head of nuclear weapons agency unexpectedly resigns

Live Abundant Radio

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Head of nuclear weapons agency unexpectedly resigns

"The head of the National Nuclear Security Administration, has resigned from her post effective immediately. The department said in a press release that Lisa Gordon Haggerty, who became the first woman to lead the S when she was confirmed by the Senate in February, 2018. Step down from the roll, adding that Dr William Book lists who has been serving as an essay, principal deputy administrator for the last year and a half is now serving as acting administrator That is correspondent Bernie Bennett reporting.

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"deputy administrator" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"deputy administrator" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"With fencing. Last seen in the protest over the summer. We want to be able to identify deal with people who might come here for mayhem and destruction. Every police officer in the cities on duty this election day John Matthews on male and male dot com in Maryland Deputy Administrator Nikki Charleston with the state election board, providing an update as those 3 30. The number of voters that had voted today is 311,355. So we're seeing voters moving through the process smoothly. Charles and asked about how that compares to earlier election. We've never had an election where 1.6 million people have asked for a mail in ballots, so it's really Comparisons to prior elections with this one or just really difficult. The polls close in Maryland and D. C at 8 p.m.. They close in Virginia. Seven, of course, and mail in ballots have to be postmarked, not put in mailboxes, says Charleston, Virginia. Democrats are hoping they can keep two seats they stole away from Republicans in 2018 District to win seven Democrats Rushman, Elaine Loria and Abigail's fan Burger are defending their seats against Republican challengers Scott Taylor and Nick greatest, respectively. Political science professor Stephen Farnsworth. The Democratic candidates are fortunate that the attention has focused so much on President Trump because, he says it's energized suburban Democrats and district that will back a Democrat, but wouldn't historically have done so. He says the Marquis congressional Race of the night will likely be District five, where Democrat Cameron webs running against Republican Bob Good. Heather Curtis on w W e mail dot com Checking your money The Dow is up 554 points. NASDAQ Up 200 to W..

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"deputy administrator" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"deputy administrator" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Continue to monitor the fire and mop up a closure order is still in place for the perimeter of the fire. While post fire efforts continue. The fire north of Grand Junction has burned more than 139,000 acres. Unseasonably warm temperatures continue this week as we could tie or break some records. Thursday's high 89 degrees. That is the record set back in 1992 so we could tie or break the record Friday. We're forecasting 90. The record is one away at 91 from 1998 Box. 31 chief meteorologist Dave Fraser says highs on Saturday will be in the mid 80 school down to the upper seventies Sunday, and by next Wednesday highs will be in the upper sixties. Sports bets in Colorado. We're up 117% in August compared to July and just the fourth month of legalize sports betting in Colorado. The total handle was $128 million. Two rail projects have been funded in Colorado by the Federal Railroad Administration. Quinton Kendall is the deputy administrator of the FR A. The first Grant's going to assist local governments to determine the best way to develop passenger commuter rail service between Fort Collins and Pueblo. The second grant will provide money to replace a bridge over the Animas River for the Durango. Silverton Narrow gauge railroad. Projects were funded in 29 states for rail infrastructure. I'm Chad Bauer on K O a news radio 8:50, A.m. and 90 for one FM Hot now cold to come handle it all with a complete system check and tune A C and furnace for just 79 bucks from plumb line services, which there is a short thing, Get a jump on it before the rush. Just 79 bucks. Do it now catch things before they turn into expensive problems. You can even schedule your own appointment at plumb line services.

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"deputy administrator" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"deputy administrator" Discussed on WTOP

"With swirls of buffalo sauce and three cheese blend and some rate sauce. Just six bucks on Lee at Papa John's I'm Rob Stole worth w T o p traffic Now the storm team four meteorologist Briana Berman solo after a week of severe weather and above average temperatures. Looks like we've cooled off a bit for the holiday weekend. Temperatures today started in the fifties and sixties will be in the seventies and low eighties for our highs to finish out Saturday overnight, cooling off once again. With fifties and sixties for your low temperatures tomorrow. Cool. Start warm afternoon. Mostly sunny skies high temperatures in the low to mid eighties for your Sunday Mostly sunny and dry on Monday as well, and we start to see that humidity creep back into the forecast mid eighties for Labor Day will be in the mid eighties. Very humid on Tuesday with sunshine and then rain returns for the middle of your work week. I'm storm team for meteorologist Free environment, Zillow. Right now, taking a look at the temperatures. We have 77 degrees in Lorton. We have 74 degrees in Gaithersburg right now, and it's 76 degrees in northwest D. C at 12 22 brought to you by new look home design, no interest and no payments for six months after roofing installation. Is part of the election process in Maryland, which decides if a male and ballot khun be counted and normally involves a two member team to Dio but due to a flood of mail in ballots expected this year. The state Board of Elections is allowing local boards to make a change. Can one person performing those administrative tasks of is the ballot timely? If it's signed, opening and in checking up a ballot can be stand. Nicki Carlson is the deputy administrator for elections in Maryland. She says This doesn't involve.

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"deputy administrator" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"deputy administrator" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Housing lender licensed in all fifty states and MLS number thirty thirty. Morning America this is catch on cable from Texas teams here, Sunday morning. What's going to Mars and with us to talk to all Americans Abadan is the deputy administrator of NASA. Jim Moret. Jim How are you this morning doing great John It's an honor to be with you and looking forward to sharing you the news of what we've been doing. Now tell us we only is the launch was a couple of days ago. How long have we can take? You know John. This was a launched. There was a window of opportunity and It was going to close August fifteenth so we needed to get this. And launched and we did yesterday and it will land it's scheduled to land on Mars February Eighteenth Twenty, twenty one and the mission of this world you know John this is a rover that we've had four successful rovers on Mars not easy to do. We've had three pretty expensive craters also. so. We're sending this rover up. And it's I? Think that we are going to try to do better than we've ever done before is the entry descent and landing, which is really the hardest part. We've had an orbiter going around Mars for years and it's been mapping. Mars. So as this rover comes down. And descends it's going to be comparing what it sees with the maps that we already have and that's already preprogrammed and we call that entry descent and landing seven minutes of terror because we really lose contact with it while it's coming down. But what's different this time is that we're also going to have cameras four cameras to be exact looking at. So we're going to be able to see afterwards what the descent was like. We're actually going to have to microphones on the rover also. So you're going to hear what it sounds like to descend into the Martian atmosphere. That's the first part of this effort. The second part, which is probably the second hardest. We're GONNA be collecting samples of the Martian soil. Why are we doing that? One? We're? Looking for ancient mccreavy life. We WanNa see if there really was life marchers and we actually sent her scientists out to the PILBARA outback in. Australia. To See those is where the oldest fossils on earth exist and we were really looking for geologic signature. So we had an idea really try to find signposts of what we're going to be looking for. We're going to a place called the Jezero Crater. and. That's where we think we're GONNA may find these signs of life. Those are the two big ones. The other one that people are talking about is that we're we've put we strapped a helicopter on the bottom of this rover and it's four pounds it's got to rotors it's for the rotors or four feet wide and we're gonNA, have the rover back off fifty to one hundred meters and it's got maintain cameras on it so it's going to be filming this helicopter trying to fly in the Martian atmosphere but what's the big deal about that well? The density of the Martian atmosphere is one percent that of the Earth's atmosphere. So this thing's GonNa have to spend pretty fast. But if we can do that, the hope is that it will be a forward scout for our astronauts. The we plan to have go to Mars in the twenty thirties. It also could be a communications relay for them also, but those are the three big ones. There's another one I'll got mentioned in that. Is, it's called Moxie and what it's GonNa do is convert carbon dioxide into oxygen almost like an artificial tree and when I say that we're basically carbon dioxide is co two. So two molecules of oxygen we're GONNA borrow one of those molecules in hopefully provide pure oxygen for astronauts when they get there while that is wonderful I mean it sounds like I'm watching the science fiction movies because I've seen that someplace in the movies and Tommy Cool It's very, very exciting I. Hope I get to see in our lifetime and I'm going to be seventy years old. So you know we will. We'd like to happen sooner than later. Well I'm right behind you. I'M GONNA be sixty four in September. So you know I used to work for a guy named Ted Stevens. He said old age fifteen years ahead of me. Or Jim on. Thank you for what you do for our country doing at mass. Oh right now and God bless you and God bless America and deaths will catch up with you again those of you. Thank you John You. Know we're doing this hopefully to inspire the next generation and also bring hope to all those who need it right now. So thank you for having me. This is the cat today, but we'll be right back..

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"deputy administrator" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"deputy administrator" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Chance I'm Dave Anthony fox news those are the odds weather could scrub today's launch of Kennedy Space Center the first manned mission in the U. S. is the space shuttle's fox's Evan brown's live in Florida yeah Dave today's demo flight taking two NASA astronauts aboard SpaceX's dragon capsule up to the space station is the first move in a program to return human spaceflight to the U. S. without needing to pay Russia for transportation we've been spending a lot of money on each seat on associates so we're not no longer going to be doing that and I anticipate will still be working with the Russians NASA deputy administrator James more hard SpaceX and eventually Boeing will provide this service at less than a quarter of the Russian price tag and the rockets are built and operated by American state no I've been the president will travel to Florida to watch the launch after a meeting about to start with New York democratic governor Andrew Cuomo was under fire for what happened in nursing homes in New York state Cuomo putting the blame back at the trump administration say they were simply following CMS guidelines on how to deal with their staying home talk to John Roberts and some states more than half the coronavirus deaths have been in nursing homes the president tweeted again about Twitter but after the site put fact check the links under two of his tweets he wrote social media platforms silence conservatives and threatened to regulate them or shut them down the fact check tweets claim voting by mail could lead to widespread fraud mailboxes being rocked his democratic challenger Joe Biden told CNN there's no evidence of that and supports Twitter's actions I think they should I think patience and when things are patently not true they should say so house Republicans of suit to try to block house Democrats from remote voting for the first time ever this week GOP leader Kevin McCarthy told fox constitution our country expects us to convene the house speaker says voting by proxy is a way to be safe.

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"deputy administrator" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"deputy administrator" Discussed on KTOK

"Or so they hope at Cape Canaveral Florida two NASA astronauts are slated to fly a demo mission aboard SpaceX's dragon capsule to the international space station regular human rated spacecraft flights from United States that's what we're trying to do here NASA deputy administrator James more hard says today will inaugurate a new mode of reaching space involving private enterprise specifically U. S. businesses were really trying to turn over war lowers orbit to the commercial world so NASA can focus on the moon cis lunar space Mars and deep space because that's next it'll be the first human spaceflight to depart from the U. S. since the final shuttle flew nine years ago Evan brown fox news president trump and vice president pence both planning to attend the launch the weather could be a factor with today's scheduled launch just after four thirty PM eastern time the vice president says testing for the corona virus has expanded across the country all fifty states have tested more than two percent of their population giving us a much greater capacity to identify outbreaks as they occur and protect our citizens barbers and hair salons in several California counties are back in business or will be soon forty seven of the fifty eight counties currently have self attested to having those plans of action in place along those lines they will be able to add in barber shops and hair salons to those regional variations California's governor Gavin Newsom the remainder of the state's counties including San Francisco still working to meet the re opening guidelines only about half of Americans surveyed say they'd get a covert nineteen vaccine if the scientists working furiously to create one succeed this cording to a new poll from the Associated Press.

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"deputy administrator" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

13:48 min | 1 year ago

"deputy administrator" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Once again back to column color who is the deputy administrator of needs and overseas day today investigations he's really got to talk to about of this sort of thing goal of let me ask you this the lady who allegedly took the photograph of this creature down in Florida didn't want her name used and I certainly can't say I blame her for a variety of reasons she did one people tromping around in her backyard she didn't want to the people laughing at her she didn't want to be the object of ridicule and we're about to give out a number for nudes a kind of a nine one one one sort of number for UFO reports for what have you all aspects I guess pretty much of the paranormal if somebody calls needs and wants you know they don't want to end up on the front page of their local newspaper that's understandable how do you treat people when they call well if they call tonight any you'll have two people actually who will be talking to them that'll be Connie van horn on many Floyd and what we do is we guarantee absolutely confidentiality when people call us we will release any data at all without express permission from the people who who originally called in and then later on after tonight would probably have a quick conversation tonight after tonight we will have an investigator follow up probably tomorrow on people call tonight and we we go through an itemized there is a question that will pinpoint all of the details of the fighting and we we take either recent or historical sightings obviously we prefer a refund on the most the highest preference would be anything to do with physical traces other at any of the factors electromagnetic effects on cars cell phones hearing aids you name of TV's or else any traces that at that any effects on animals any physical traces the that are left on the ground and the burn marks on the ground if if they see objects landing they're the real cases that interest us and we we have noticed that those types of cases are very rare but so initially it'll be an investigator calling you getting all of the details then we start beating the bushes for this edition all I witnesses but you're going to protect these people from the press yes absolutely if if the if the press call us and we do get a lot of of media called I bet you do we don't we don't release the names of eye witnesses if on occasion I witnesses do want their names released different story I'm I'm just trying to doors I'm trying to explain to people that they don't have to be afraid to call in this is one serious organization that I will write best to gate without blowing your career out of the water or whatever yeah and it is really important a lot of people do not call for that very reason so we really do want to encourage people to make the call and talk to us because in the in the five year history that we've been around we have never released the names of anybody without express permission from people it's really important that people call us because if they don't call us we can investigate answer and I must emphasize that we do in the appropriate cases we do go to the wall and in terms of investigation I know you and we have the ability to go to the wall obviously if somebody calls in with the distant light in the sky that may or may not be Saddam or Venus we're not gonna spend enough letter signs lying around looking for it but depending on the cases we will investigate them let's let's move through some of the recent case summaries that that you've had things it needs has been doing what have you been doing well you know it's it's it's really good because we announced our this twenty four hour hotline just over a year ago on your show as you probably remember I sure do and it in the interim we have we have gone through this process of analyzing investigating tracking down outside of just under six hundred cases wow and that but that's not the the numbers of calls we receive there that the cases that we've gone to the trouble of of tracking down additional eye witnesses investigating and then we we have a system where we entered into a database we assign a credibility index and all of that and then we try to mop them not the cases geographically to see if there's any patterns and so we've done that in six hundred cases on what really have left out in the loft twelve months is like triangle issue which a lot of people have talked about and we have kind of we've got this really by almost by default we about a hundred and sixteen cases separate cases that we've got in the last twelve months are these black black triangles and they all or most of them have the same modus operandi I date they're they're flying very low over sixty percent of the cases that we have of the hundred sixteen cases are flying below a thousand feet and they're all very large they're all extremely brightly lit they all have the performance characteristics that their silent they can they can turn on a dime in other words they rotate they don't bank they they can accelerate to very high speeds with that making noise they don't fly they float or they defy grab gravity or however you want to put it a because as you know I saw one right yeah and your your description fits fits the the category beautifully well it was a long time ago and people weren't talking triangles except I think in Europe a little bit when I saw this but since it's just been triangle after triangle of trying I was at the Superbowl in in Tampa and they flew the B. two bomber right over my head and I suppose if you were to see that and it was low you would think you were seeing an alien craft the only thing is it sounds like a jet aircraft yeah the the the the night of the two is pretty impressed her and there was a there was a absolutely no relationship to the triangle that I saw so so you had a lot of reports and of triangles we've had it we've had a lot of reports of of triangles and a lot of them are most of them are black dark green or blue but we do have about fifteen percent of our callers report still over silver triangle slimmer which we don't know if that's a different a different make or whatever but it's it's it's it's definitely there and with about ten percent of these triangular cases do have a faqs on cell phones are radios are are are all those and just lately we've had a couple of cases involving biological effects which is what I wanted to to focus on because these are really the case is that of start opening the doors to to further analysis what kind of biological effects asks he who was under one of these hello well the word there there are two separate cases that we're working on right now one of them happened in Maine and in a remote area in Maine involving three people live a mother her mother and then there was a young son and the sun was affected after seeing this this object going right overhead about two hundred three hundred feet very slowly immediately preceded by to what looked like silent helicopters on marked black silent helicopters so in other words they were standing in the clearing in a case in a campground in Maine the first thing they see was coming over just over the trees were to Thailand helicopters and then almost immediately after this was a a low flying black triangular object no noise just a a kind of a very deep vibration that was felt rather than heard five or six hours later the the little boy will come up with describing extreme hate in as you know and it's got he said as his his stomach was burning and then the mother noticed that took the skin on the back of his neck was really peeling and look like burn burn marks really he was taken to a hospital local hospital room and we're still investigating the so we're trying to we're trying to track the medical records so five hours after after this incident the skin was peeling the doctor said that in his opinion it it looks like some kind of a a radiation of fact however biologically we know that a gap of five hours for radiation rules out of most of the of the normal types of radiation of the words ionizing radiation ultraviolet we know those no ultraviolet because at the the boy was not sunburn so were were chopping down the little the little clues that's that's that's the first case that we know of this house at night of the one this was at night this is that night it was about ten thirty at night and the boy woke up at about five thirty or five o'clock the following morning it was it was very very soon and we we have the photographs of of those burned so we're tracking the case because it may give an indication of of of the kind of radiation that was that was deployed now interestingly there are some parallels with the the famous cash land women's incident in Texas where there was a two women on the young boy a were subjected to intense radiation but all three were all three people were affected in this case in Maine only the boy was affected that's the first case now the second cases is definitely worth following up from my perspective because I'm I'm a biologist and I have an interest in genetics this this case happens of got you on and again with a low flying actually more like a flying wing but if it does it have a triangle or shape roughly came over overhead again on this ladies plans all hardware were deeply affected she had several different types of flowers that were went on underwent a dramatic change in the following two to three days she felt a lot of tangling static electricity kind of the fact of the object when right overhead and this was a a daylight and what about what about microwave well you mean in the first case well in either one of the cases in other words you feel a tingling or you feel a warmth or you get a burn my yeah microwave would do that one well if if if if human tissue is being cooked you know a which show a fairly quickly the yeah on the would be hot spots in the internal organs for sure precisely yeah it would show up with with symptoms but it's it's early days we we really need to get the medical records before we can go further but I mean you were talking about other kinds of radiation yeah microwave with roughly I think have those effects without microwaves definitely high up there if we eliminate ultraviolet we eliminate the ionizing radiation we we definitely need to look at radio waves microwaves and you know you could even put out the the the hypothesis that if by any chance this was a a military some sort of a military object instead electronic countermeasures put a burly substantial blah the radio waves you know high frequency radio waves which it which border on the microwave region if you wanted to look at it from from not I am I and where was this again the second incident in Maine in may it you know why would they be doing a lot of high powered ECM low to the ground yeah that doesn't make any sense I mean a lot of an accident or something but eight eight it really doesn't make any sense and most of the really low flying black triangular craft objects make no sense from the perspective of testing and deploying stealth aircraft will they're they're deploying extremely bright lights that applying you know low really low over over housing areas and close to two large areas of population we invest the case that we talked about it on the on the previous show with you and in Illinois involving four police officers yes within twenty miles of Saint Louis Missouri I mean we're talking heavy population there and we're we're speculating that one of the reasons that we're seeing this again and again a flying below a.

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"deputy administrator" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"deputy administrator" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"High D. driver's license to fly in the U. S. otherwise a passport so far the only more than a quarter of those with licenses are meeting the requirements to guess a deputy administrator Patricia Caldwell says the change is going to make air travel safer real ideas specifically designed to inhibit the ability of a criminal or terrorist to evade detection using fraudulent identification of the head of the U. S. travel association says the biggest challenges that implementing real ID standards across each state those brown delivery trucks could soon be giving way to draws the FAA gives you PS approval for drone service at first it will have devices deliver packages the hospital campus is with the potential to expand later Amazon Google over among the companies were trying to add on manned aircraft their fleets to make faster deliveries and cut down on costs a second man been arrested in the theft of over a quarter million dollars in cash as it was being transferred to a plane at JFK airport a Manulis grill gone of queens was arrested over the weekend he's a friend of Quincy thought the delta airlines baggage handler who was arrested at his Brooklyn home last week federal prosecutors say video surveillance shows thought scanning and loading several bags of currency on the wood delta flight bound for Miami but putting aside one bag and then leaving without a vehicle owned by all consta mastic Parker was seen at the airport during that theft Oakland's lawyer says it's all a coincidence day sixteen of the UAW strike against General Motors spectators of started collecting their strike pay which is about two hundred fifty dollars a week CBS is Jeff Gilbert says the impact of the job action is now affecting critical plant south of the border GM running out of U. S. made parts that it's big plantains allow Mexico that's a facility that GM wanted to keep open as long as possible because it was the only plant steel building profitable pickup trucks GM went into the strike with big inventories but analysts say pick ups or where they are likely to feel the heat first fifty thousand UAW workers walked off the job September sixteenth over wages and health. care three forty seven questions still swirling around an accident.

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"deputy administrator" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"deputy administrator" Discussed on WTVN

"Continuing to look into potentially identifying the whistleblower who complained about a call with the Ukrainian president over the summer efforts that the lawyers for the whistleblower call on lawful on the whistle blowers identity the president said yesterday they're looking to find out who it is but not clear what exactly they're trying to do lawyers for the whistle blowers say that any efforts to cover and then identify who this person is is a violation of federal law A. B. C.'s White House correspondent Karen Travers meanwhile three democratic committee chairmen have subpoenaed the president's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani now for documents in the Ukraine impeachment inquiry Democrats are demanding Giuliani hand over documents and communications dating back to January twenty seventeen including anything related to nearly four hundred million dollars in aid for Ukraine which was temporarily withheld Giuliani's on a non committal about complying on fox's Sean Hannity kind of like go through it all get all my evidence together I'll get my charts I don't know if they let me use video tapes and tape recordings Giuliani is facing an October fifteenth deadline on Twitter last night he said the subpoenas raise legal issues including attorney client privilege in Washington Rachel Sutherland fox news there is a guilty verdict today in the trial of a former Dallas police officer accused of murdering a man inside his own apartment the Dallas County prosecutor say amber Geiger failed her training when she killed about them John last year defense attorneys called the shooting a tragedy but say she mistook his apartment for her own Ohio is ray. zing its minimum age to purchase tobacco and related products from eighteen to twenty one the state's new law also applies to the rolling papers filters and other smoking and vaping accessories the new law takes effect at this month and will apply to anyone who has not turned eighteen years old by today allowing those who are already between eighteen and twenty one to continue purchasing other tobacco products teachers in Florida can now carry firearms inside their classrooms a new law was passed in response to the twenty eighteen mass shooting in parkland or seventeen people were killed there's no idea though how many teachers are carrying concealed weapons in the classroom because they are allowed to remain anonymous the TSA is providing an update on how they plan to implement the real ID program exactly one year from now the front formal deadline for federal government to enforce the real ID is exactly one year away beginning on October first of twenty twenty every air traveler over the age of eighteen we'll have to have the real ID driver's license in order to fly within the United States acting deputy administrator for the TSA Patricia Cogswell says they're strongly urging travelers to take action as soon as possible to ensure that they are ready and have the pop proper documentation in order to fly.

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"deputy administrator" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"deputy administrator" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Blagojevich was convicted of corruption the state of Illinois seeking to bar him from practicing law the Tribune reports the Illinois attorney registration and disciplinary commission filed a formal complaint earlier this month citing Google images conviction on federal corruption charges and requesting a hearing before a disciplinary panel the complaint said the crimes for which Google image was convicted adversely reflect on his honesty trustworthiness or fitness as a lawyer James Grogan the A. R. D. C.'s deputy administrator and chief counsel said the complaint was served on one of the boys ages attorneys on August seventh that's the day president trump said he was considering commuting the sentence of will go average who serving a fourteen year prison term Rogan says will go a which has until August twenty eighth to respond the Illinois Supreme Court suspended boy which is law license indefinitely after his conviction at a second trial on counts of wire fraud bribery and attempted extortion Walmart cheer WLS AM eight ninety news Israel says it will bar to democratic congresswoman from entering the country had of a planned visit over their support for a Palestinian led boycott movement correspondent for and Lieberman says the move to block representatives she had to leave of Michigan and a on Omar of Minnesota is being criticized by a pack a pro Israel group that supports president trump criticism also coming from congresswoman Nancy Pelosi congressman Steny Hoyer all of them saying look it would be better to interact with them the interface with them and to let them learn about his real on what was supposed to be about a four day trip to Israel and the Palestinian territories a trip that we now know will no longer happen the move to bar to leave and Omar from visiting appeared to be unprecedented to mark the deep for a by Israel into America's been really polarized politics and a sharp escalation of Israel's campaign against the international boycott movement politicians from Pennsylvania are calling for new gun control measures after a gunman barricaded himself inside a Philadelphia house for hours shooting at police six officers were wounded in the stand off Wednesday night and have since been released from the hospital democratic US senator Bob Casey told reporters today that the Senate must vote on a background check bill and also moved to ban weapons of war WLS sports the Phillies be becomes Philadelphia eleven one yesterday same two teams tonight Sox beat the Astros thirteen denied there on the west coast take on the LA angels tonight WLS news time is three oh.

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"deputy administrator" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"deputy administrator" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of resources within that agency that they may be leading to mass arrests, but there is just not the infrastructure or the manpower to be able to successfully deport millions of people at one time. TSA agents are going to be heading to the southern border, that's confirmed by the agency, which now has a tough balancing act, hundreds of TSA personnel, who would normally be working in airports, and other TSA posts have been deployed to the US Mexico border, according to TSA acting deputy administrator, Patricia cogs, well, cogs, well, telling reporters off, Mike, that all TSA employees taking part at the border volunteered. And the TSA is trying to very carefully manage the volunteers, because TSA also asked to deal with the projected record-setting summer travel season at his ABC's Alec stone. A bipartisan call for restraint after Iran shot down a US drone over the strait of removes the US claims it was over international waters. Iran says it was over a rainy, airspace, ABC's Mary Bruce has been talking with members of congress little appetite to respond militarily from a lot of people that we have spoken with obviously leader Pelosi has been urging caution. We heard her earlier today, there is no appetite for war, and even many top Republic. Cnn's have been urging caution here when asked about how the president would respond saying that, that now is the time to up the pressure to use a maximum pressure campaign but not to be taking further. Military action secretary general is calling on all parties to avoid action that could inflame the situation Russia's President Vladimir Putin QNA's session today said he was open to talks with the US, but said anything, President Trump says now we'll be with the election mine, which complicates relations. He's also accused the US generating fake news reports about Russia Putin says he wants to talk about rules on cyberspace with the US and that sanctions against Russia. Our mistake..

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"deputy administrator" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"deputy administrator" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And thank you very much. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish and very Louise Kelley federal storm. Forecasters say this year's Atlantic hurricane season will be near normal, as NPR's Rebecca hersher reports that still means a lot of potentially damaging storms federal hurricane forecasters are predicting between nine and fifteen named storms this year. That includes tropical storms, two to four of those will become so called major hurricanes, which means wind speeds capable of tearing the roof off a house. So, yeah, Jerry bell of the National Hurricane Center says, don't be fooled by the term normal nine to fifteen named storms is a lot four to eight hurricanes is a lot to the four major hurricanes is a lot. So the key messages were expecting near normal season, but regardless, that's a lot of activity you need to start getting prepared for the hurricane season now at a press conference today. He and other federal. Weather officials repeated that warning over and over prepared. It's a reaction to two years in a row of above average damage from hurricanes hundreds of billions of dollars hundreds of thousands of homes wrecked FEMA, even sent someone to today's event to deliver a warning. My message today it only takes one it only takes one land following hurricane to cause, great destruction to community. Daniel canoe ski is a deputy administrator at female. He focused a lot of his remarks on preparing for flooding. That's because even hurricanes with relatively low wind speeds can cause a lot of damage take hurricanes Florence and Harvey in the last two years, both dropped record breaking rain ludden insurance is not included in your homeowner's policy. You need requested separately. Forecasters did note that the L Nino climate pattern is happening this year. That usually means fewer hurricanes, but not this year. This O'neil won't give the US that break that. Because the water in the Atlantic, and the Gulf of Mexico is warmer than average in part, because the whole.

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"deputy administrator" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"deputy administrator" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Eventually, you you're in this place where so even overtraining even extensive training in the tactical part of this doesn't help anything in the strategic part when you have to step back and say hold the bus something's going on. I need to think about it. I can't just react to it. And I have to think about it. So I think that's the worry. I have for safety and airlines and automation as we move forward into things that are more closely related to artificial intelligence than they are flying in. Airplane will the human brain be able to keep up with this? Will it be able to stay vigilant about how to respond to anomalies, David? Why didn't the FAA react a little quicker? I suspect that President Trump had something to do with the FAA grounding, these planes, eventually, well, I think he did have something to do with grounding them. What what I believe happened here is that and I had this question from I believe it was Jake tapper on CNN the other night, and what he said to me is he said what what's the chance that excuse me. It was John Vossen international and Johnson. What's what David telling me? What's the chance at the time everyone in the world at grounded these jets, except the FAA and the United States. He said, David what's the chance that everyone else in the world is wrong and the FAA is right. Yeah. You know, what's the probability that that could even happen? And and I I said basically zero and but he said, well what they have in com-. Why are they doing the US isn't tonight said well, all those other countries have one thing in common with each other? And that's the they did not certify this airplane. That's exactly right. And also, they don't have a financial means or gain with Boeing we do right? That's correct. That's correct. So well, it goes a little deeper than that too. And and I don't know this to be true. But it is a fact, and I'm going to say is that the Dan L, well is the FAA administrator and Dan L. Well is the one who is making the decision to ground these airplanes. Well, Dan was a great professional. He's a fantastic pilots. Great professional, and I wouldn't put him down. But I think he got into a place where he didn't even see the mistake. He was making which is that he was the deputy administrator for several years, and then he left the FAA to. To work for the aviation Industries Association now with that is he did that for four or five years, and what that is a lobbying firm that basically a loving.

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"deputy administrator" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"deputy administrator" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"What we've alleged is that what she provided them was the identity name of a secret intelligence program of the US government as well as the identities of an intelligence officer, the house of representatives has approved a resolution, cutting off US military support to the Saudi led coalition in Yemen. The Bill passed. House to forty eight to one seventy seven with one member voting present it now moves to the Senate and would direct the president to withdraw US military forces in Yemen within thirty days, unless they're fighting Al Qaeda patients with Saudi Arabia has run out with some lawmakers from both parties following the murder of journalist Jamal kashogi last year, the White House characterizes the Bill is flawed that sets the stage for the first possible veto of the Trump administration. Bill Rakoff CBS news, Capitol Hill. Another top Washington official is resigning. Correspondent Steve Dorsey says it's the end of the road for Brock long. In a statement. Homeland security secretary cures to Nielsen praise brought belongs leadership of FEMA through six major hurricanes and five historic wildfires. Long. Lead the agency for two years deputy administrator Pete gainer will take over as acting head of FEMA NASA finally declared its longest running Rover on Mars dead after numerous attempts to make contact the vehicle lasted fifteen years. But was only scheduled to operate for three months. This is CBS news, zoom video conferencing, featuring video and audio clarity with screen sharing. Free. Accounts are available at zoom dot US. That's zoom dot US, zoom video conferencing..

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"deputy administrator" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"deputy administrator" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Is what you provided them the identity named of a secret intelligence program of the US government as well. As the identities of an intelligence officer, the house of representatives has approved a resolution, cutting off US military support to the Saudi led coalition in Yemen. The Bill passed the house to forty eight to one seventy seven with one member voting present it now moves to the Senate and would direct the president to withdraw US military forces in Yemen within thirty days, unless they're fighting Al Qaeda patients with Saudi Arabia has run out with some lawmakers from both parties following the murder of journalists. Himal kashogi last year, the White House characterizes the Bill is flawed that sets the stage for the first possible veto of the Trump administration. Bill Rakoff CBS news, Capitol Hill. Another top Washington official is resigning. Correspondent Steve Dorsey says it's the end of the road for Brock long. In a statement. Homeland security secretary cures to Nielsen praised Brock long's leadership of FEMA through six. Major hurricanes and five is Doric. Wildfires long lead the agency for two years deputy administrator Pete gainer will take over as acting head of FEMA NASA finally declared its longest running Rover on Mars dead after numerous attempts to make contact the vehicle lasted fifteen years, but was only scheduled to operate for three months. This is CBS news, zoom video conferencing, featuring video and audio clarity with screen sharing. Free. Accounts are available at zoom dot US. That's zoom dot US, zoom video conferencing. Ever wonder why European seemed to speak so many languages maybe it's.

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"deputy administrator" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"deputy administrator" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"News. L music five. I'm Marie leaf FEMA. Administrator Brock long says he is resigning after overseeing the government's response to more than two hundred declared disaster. Correspondent Rene Marsh has long took over the agency in two thousand seventeen just months before hurricane Harvey Irma and Maria decimated Puerto Rico and parts of Florida and Texas he could be leaving as soon as the next couple of weeks. He gainer who is currently the deputy administrator will serve as the head of FEMA until a permanent replacement is nominated White House says it's not clear whether President Trump will sign the funding agreement to keep the government open past Friday on the hill. Democratic house speaker Nancy Pelosi said the work of the conference committee is a fair compromise. I'm proud of the work that they've done. But as with all compromises, I say to people support the Bill for what is in. Don't judge it for what is not in it. Well, whether he signs that compromised budget deal or not President Trump is determined to deliver on the border wall. At the end of the day. The president made a promise to the American people are gonna fall through all that White House. Spokesman Adam Kennedy told mornings on them all the president puts the blame for not getting the money. He wants on one group. I have a lot of radical Democrats in the house. Some of the Senate refused to work with the president. And and Republicans or having to navigate difficult waters. Gotta deal that the president wants that they want. We wish Democrats it'd be more willing to cooperate with us. Unfortunately, it has been the case. President Trump thank Republicans in a tweet for their work on the wall and said it'll be a great achievement. John Matthews on WMA, Ellen WMA AL dot com. A former US air force counterintelligence specialists who defected to Iran has been charged with revealing classified information to the Tehran government, including the codename secret mission of a Pentagon program. The Justice department says Monaco, pretty wet defected in two thousand thirteen after attending a conference in Iran aimed. Condemning American moral standards. She is currently at large along with four rainy and hackers said to have targeted her former intelligence colleagues fifteen years after it landed on the red planet NASA longest running Rover has been declared dead. This is NASA administrator Jim Breitenstein when this little Rover landed the objective was to have it be able to to move eleven hundred yards and survive for ninety days on Mars ninety souls. And instead here we are fourteen years later after twenty eight miles of travel and today, we get to celebrate the end of this mission natural was not expected to restore late night service for at least another year, but the transit agency is looking into helping late night workers get to their jobs. The transit agency says it needs to keep shorter service hours in place for now to get track work done. But at a meeting last month general manager, Paul we defiled said, so. But I'm also very sensitive to to the desires of the city to get where hours the Washington Post reports metro is willing to offer some help too late night workers by subsidizing rides on. Uber lifts so they can get to and from work. When Metro Rail isn't running metro safety committee is expected to vote to extend the moratorium on late night hours. Tomorrow have recurred as sound WMA. Allen WMA L dot com. Your money. The Dow finished the day up one hundred eighteen points, the s&p five hundred up eight the NASDAQ up six wwl traffic and weather next cruise with Chris Plante along the.

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"deputy administrator" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"deputy administrator" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A Beasley Media Group station. Administration change flight problems. I'm Mike moss. Fema administrator Brock long is leaving after two years. Correspondent Rene Marsh could be leaving as soon as the next couple of weeks. Pete gainer who is currently the deputy administrator will then serve as the head of FEMA until a permanent replacement is nominated not saying he will sign the compromise. Borders security, Bill, President Trump says there's no reason for another government shutdown. We're going to take a look at it when it comes. I don't want to see a shutdown shutdown would be a terrible thing. House speaker Nancy Pelosi praised the congressional negotiators for the American people. It's a compromise. And that's what appropriators to and I had confidence that they would left to their own devices. Get the job done, a former US intelligence officer has been indicted for spilling secrets to Iran. Corespondent, Jessica Schneider. Monica wit also allegedly provided research on her former co workers. In the intelligence community to four Iranian nationals who actually targeted those individuals through their computer accounts, and they did it by using imposter social media accounts, and then working to deploy malware with defected to arrive in two thousand thirteen NASA had a musical farewell for the Mars Rover opportunity. You. Please. After fifteen.

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Box-Office Preview: 'Ant-Man and the Wasp' to Buzz Past 'First Purge' With $75M-$85M

04:50 min | 3 years ago

Box-Office Preview: 'Ant-Man and the Wasp' to Buzz Past 'First Purge' With $75M-$85M

"About the newsradio eight forty w j on the meteorologist pamela savage with your friday forecast will watch for a few scattered showers and thunderstorms today is front moves across the area temperatures not as hot as yesterday we'll top out at eighty eight degrees we'll be drying out less humid pleasant tonight with the low near sixty three grade weakened ahead with sunny skies in eightyfive saturday we'll be back up to ninety sunday at your wwl ky forecast i'm meteorologist not milosovic it's seventy six newsradio eight forty w h a s top story louisville police shot a man who allegedly was holding a woman at knifepoint the man was transported to the university of louisville hospital where he has since been pronounced dead our public integrity unit will be handling this investigation chief steve conrad speaking at the scene of the shooting at the colonial oaks apartments on southside drive this woman lives there knows the man and woman involved in that incident i just see him outside they're always very friendly hi how you doing you know obviously in this community a lot of nationalities so language barriers but everybody always speaks police are expected to release more information about the shooting later today a diver who was helping to rescue that thirteen people trapped in a cave in thailand has died apparently died from lack of oxygen during an overnight mission the bbc sophie long reports from the scene in today's press conference the quality in a cave where the boys remain traps they've been that out team days is deteriorating oxidant is now fifteen percent and they've spent the last five days coming out thousands of gallons of water it is now reigning light shower the cost of the rest of the day but on sunday where expecting heavy rain and the fear is that could bring the wolves levels right back out game maybe even worse the twelve boys and their soccer coach have been trapped for nearly two weeks embattled epa administrator scott pruitt has resigned in a pair of tweets president trump announced the news adding that deputy administrator andrew wheeler will take over on monday white house correspondent steven portnoy has more list of allegations against scott pruitt seemed to grow by the week in fact just this week came word from his own former staffers that he had them white key meetings from his official calendar there were his efforts to have aids work to secure business opportunities for his wife the sweetheart rent deal he struck with a dc lobbyist his business class travel which he initially justified out of concerns for his safety while the president said for months that pruitt was doing an effective job is head of the the camel's back has apparently finally been broken it's seven oh four at newsradio eight forty w h a s louisville police have recovered some items stolen by the socalled gnome theme steve suzanne devolve is following that story louisville metro police have recovered many items believed to have been stolen during a rash of thefts from lawns in the highlands area dozens of thefts the platters of flowers bird baths patio furniture and garden gnomes were reported these neighbors were on hand at lapd fifth division station going through the staff we're just really happy to have adam have them back we were very disappointed to have things stolen and we're very excited to have things recovered police have identified barton bishop as the suspect in the case suzanne duval newsradio eight forty w h a s the second collapse at the barton seventeen ninety two distillery in bardstown is not as bad as the first teams from kentucky's environment cabinet say the whiskey spill from wednesday's warehouse collapses contained much better than the first time the warehouse fell barton's owner says it's not sure how many of the eighteen thousand barrels of bourbon inside the warehouse can be salvaged at the box office this weekend another marvel film move will reign supreme atman is back i seem to mess it up almost every time this time he has the wasp with him and the duo will take first place this weekend expectations are in the eighty million dollar range some optimists think it could break one hundred million though either way should do much better than the original in two thousand fifteen which opened a fifty seven million of the other new releases the first purge is looking around thirty five million after opening tuesday which would be off the pace in the last film that would put it in fourth behind jurassic world to an incredible stew jason nathanson abc news hollywood your next news update at seven thirty i'm paul miles newsradio eight forty w h a s kentucky anna's breaking news.

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EPA chief Scott Pruitt resigns

Hugh Hewitt

01:41 min | 3 years ago

EPA chief Scott Pruitt resigns

"Was in campaign mode thursday during american make america great again rally well thank you montana president donald trump in great falls montana to boost the candidacy of state auditor matt rosen dale has challenging incumbent democratic us senator jon tester vote for john tester is a vote for chuck schumer nancy pelosi trump was in full flight railing against tester and his fellow democrats democrats want anarchy they really do tester is one of ten us senate democrats running in states trump won in two thousand sixteen i mike rossier president trump also narrowing down the list of possible nominees for the vacancy on the supreme court caused by retiring justice anthony kennedy the president has wrapped up the interview process and is expected to make his announcement on monday epa administrator scott pruitt resigned thursday after facing months of ethical questions about his travel spending security costs and dealings with industry lobbyists and losing pruitt trump loses a man that conservatives felt was one of his most effective cabinet secretaries pruitt had been relentless in pursuing to roll back environmental regulations pa that were opposed by industries such as the oil and gas industry and the chemical industry correspondent michael biesecker ed's deputy administrator scott wheeler will assume the acting administrator position on monday united states says promised hike tariffs on chinese imports and beijing said it would counterattack the dispute between the world's two biggest economies president trump says he's prepared escalate washington raise duties on thirty four million thirty four.

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Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore evacuated due to possible TB exposure

Sean Hannity

00:48 sec | 3 years ago

Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore evacuated due to possible TB exposure

"Always be thankful to him for this the president went on to say that deputy administrator andrew wheeler will assume the duties as acting administrator on monday let's bring in correspondent sara ganim for some perspective important thing you see here is it continued support from donald trump which is what we've seen through what we are now you know it's fourteen different investigations were talking about when it comes to scott pruitt all dealing with allegations of ethical misconduct a while epa administrator again scott pruitt has resigned officially out as head of the epa i'm michael toscano the rescue team in thailand is reaching a crucial decision time whether or not to risk the lives of the twelve boys and their soccer team coach by taking them out of the flooded cave complex a five or six underwater journey for kids who could not even swim jonathan miller on the timetable situation now is really critical it's nailbiting they have a very small window now to try to extract the boys before this forecast deluge of the monsoon which is likely to start again on saturday we're heavy rains expected to possibly flood the cave complex completely two buildings at johns hopkins medical center in baltimore have been evacuated because of a possible release of tiburcio los correspondent jason carroll tells us several employees were carrying some vials that broke this according to johns hopkins university apparently some medical professionals there who were transporting some of this material and what they're talking about now is the possible keyword being possible release of a small amount of tuberculosis paving isolated i'm michael toscano the news brought to you by in and out burger there's no room for compromise inequality burger that's why in and out they use patties that are never frozen and only the freshest produce they can find because that's what a hamburger's all about with a look.

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Hospital buildings evacuated after possible release of tuberculosis

Dave Ramsey

02:27 min | 3 years ago

Hospital buildings evacuated after possible release of tuberculosis

"Special report scott pruitt out at epa controversial epa administrator scott pruitt no longer runs the agency out after a continuing series of reports of various ethical lapses president trump no making no mention of any of that in his tweet saying i have accepted the resignation of scott pruitt as administrator of the environmental protection agency within the agency scott has done an outstanding job and i will always be thankful to him for this the president went on to say that deputy administrator andrew wheeler will assume the duties as acting administrator on monday let's bring in correspondent sara ganim for some perspective important thing you see here is it continued support from donald trump which is what we've seen through what we are now you know it's fourteen different investigations we're talking about when it comes to scott pruitt all dealing with allegations of ethical misconduct while epa administrator again scott pruitt has resigned officially out as head of the epa i'm michael toscano the rescue team in thailand is reaching a crucial decision time whether or not to risk the lives of the twelve boys and their soccer team coached by taking them out of the flooded cave complex a five or six underwater journey for kids who could not even swim jonathan miller on the timetable the situation now is really critical it's nail biting they have a very small window now to try to extract the boys before this forecast deluge of the monsoon which is likely to start again on saturday the heavy rains expected to possibly flood the cave complex completely two buildings at johns hopkins medical center in baltimore have been evacuated because of a possible release of tuberculosis correspondent jason carroll tells us several employees were carrying some vials that broke this according to johns hopkins university apparently some medical professionals there who were transporting some of this material and what they're talking about now is the possible keyword being possible release of a small amount of tuberculosis craven isolated i'm michael toscano chart mcdowell ceo of wesley financial group they timeshare cancellation advocate i was sued by the largest timeshare company in federal court for simply helping people cancel their timeshare that they have been lied to about the jury size me up and came back with a verdict after only twenty minutes and yes how one my husband and i are more than grateful to everyone wesley financial group thanks to check in his team we feel as though wade is an left ahead and we can move on without.

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Andrew Wheeler, former coal lobbyist, confirmed as No. 2 official at EPA

MetroNews Talkline with Hoppy Kercheval

01:49 min | 3 years ago

Andrew Wheeler, former coal lobbyist, confirmed as No. 2 official at EPA

"I'm gonna start a hashtag on that with these are the kids we got hashtag i gotta stick it out though let's get an update from the metronews radio network west virginia metro news i'm chris lawrence temperatures west virginia climbing again today the weather's nice but officials suggest you refrain from using it to do any outdoor burning fuels are dry humidity is low and the winds are gusting and those are conditions for enhancing the threat of a forest fire but this afternoon and evening several reports of fires across west virginia under similar conditions thursday a gathering in summersville last night is the two sides of the nncholas county schools debate sat down with a mediator trying to work through a lot of controversial issues on how best to proceed with rebuilding schools destroyed particularly enrich would in the two thousand sixteen flood state school superintendent dr steve payne says they're not done yet it's kind of a halfway point of progress of the mediation team but before we move forward what we wanna do is make sure that we share that result and give the community nncholas county a chance to respond to our progress in pain says though compile the responses to a number of options put on the table for discussion last night former murray energy lobbyists andrew wheeler has been confirmed as the next deputy administrator of the us epa that confirmation got the support of senators shelley moore capito and joe manchin capita says wheeler is a good fit for the job is well knowledge over the years of working on environmental policy and the public and in the private sector are just incredible i final confirmation vote fifty three to forty five wheeler also previously served as an advisor to senator jim hoff of oklahoma a staunch critic of climate change you're listening to metronews the voice of west virginia you know the old saying about the fox guarding the hen house that's what happened at facebook each day millions of americans post share.

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Arizona governor proposes 20 percent teacher pay raise by 2020 amid walkout threat

NPR News Now

02:18 min | 3 years ago

Arizona governor proposes 20 percent teacher pay raise by 2020 amid walkout threat

"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from trans union with trans union credit monitoring all it takes his a couple of clicks to lock your trans union and equifax credit reports get credit lock your credit score and so much more at trans union dot com slash npr live from npr news in washington i'm to wayne brown the us and britain have agreed these suspected syrian use of chemical weapons cannot go on challenge but the bbc's jeremy bowen says there's still no firm consensus on what to do president asset faces a threat from the top three western military powers the us the uk and france he has to take it seriously and has moved troops in a quick moment out of potential targets the us and its allies it working out how to punish the regime they say it's to deter it from using chemical weapons again but while they can't do is remove president assad from power short of the kind of major war they have no intention or desire to fight and they want to avoid direct confrontation with serious may not allies russia and iran that would have desperately serious consequences the bbc's jeremy bowen arizona governor doug ducey hasn't has announced a twen eighty percent pay raise for teachers by twenty twenty but his casey coon of member station k j z z reports the teacher's union is watching closely to see where the money is coming from this takes place a day after tens of thousands of educators across arizona marched before class demanding the raise governor doug ducey's plan is to boost teacher salaries by nine percent next year then keep raising salaries until they are twenty percent higher in twenty twenty but airs ona's teacher union president joe thomas is skeptical of how the raises will be funded trying to stall and trying to slow things down in what we have to figure out now is this going to be a meaningful plan was real details and see where the money's coming from and it's permanent money does he says he will start working with the state legislature to figure out how to allocate the money without raising taxes for npr news i'm casey coon phoenix the environmental protection agency has a new number two official npr's rebecca hersher reports they knew deputy administrator begins his tenure as his boss fights off.

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