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New York officials downplay concern over new coronavirus variant

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:07 min | 2 d ago

New York officials downplay concern over new coronavirus variant

"Quinn Washington, New York City health officials are downplaying a report in The New York Times. About a possible new covert variant spreading in the city. The papers cited unpublished research from Columbia University, which indicates that a new variant has popped up that could weaken how effective vaccines are. York City Commissioner of Health, Dr David Shocks, she we don't have any evidence at this point that the bigger and Starr you know that this New York variant the 1526. That is what is contributing to the trajectory of cases which we should emphasize, continue to decrease. The spokesman for the mayor criticized the Times were reporting early, incomplete data. Dr Jay Varma, Deputy Commissioner for Disease Control of the New York City Department of Health. Tweeted plea to academics please review high impact studies with

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NHL postpones weekend matchup between Bruins, Sabres as Buffalo deals with COVID-19 concerns

Nightcap with Ryan Gates

01:14 min | 3 weeks ago

NHL postpones weekend matchup between Bruins, Sabres as Buffalo deals with COVID-19 concerns

"More news in on the sabers that I should get to you right here. Darren or Bob McKenzie, Bob McKenzie of T s and set on Nbcsn. For their intermission report for Red Wings and lightning, which is going on right now, McKenzie says the sabers, players and staff are in quarantine until Monday and Sabers believe playing New Jersey led to them. What to them shutting down their season so they believe there is transmission on the ice. The sabers went to the N H L P a Before Sunday's game with their concerns. Bill Daley, the NHL's deputy commissioner, says no concerns were expressed to the league. I find it very, very hard to believe that the players association would not have contacted the league about that situation if the sabers had expressed concerns. So some, there is a line missing here. Sabers went to the P A. NHL saying no one came to them. So now it becomes well. Did the P A. Tell the NHL now the NHL's lying about it or did the P A not go to the league with it? Someone is that Is a big fault here.

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Chicago's Department Of Streets And Sanitation Dispatches More Than 280 Spreaders For Snowstorm

WGN Programming

00:44 sec | Last month

Chicago's Department Of Streets And Sanitation Dispatches More Than 280 Spreaders For Snowstorm

"And Sanitation Deputy Commissioner Cold Stahler is calling for patients tonight with snow removal, he says high winds and lake lake effect effect snow snow will will make make managing managing this this snowfall snowfall challenging. challenging. It It happened happened to to us us the the other other night. night. We We were were looking looking real real good. good. At At nine nine o'clock o'clock the the other other evening. evening. It It was was great, great, and and by by 9 9 30. 30. The The whole city was covered so with snow so it can happen and with Lake effect as we've been talking about, you know it's there. So we have to deal with that also also joining Chicago seven. New news says the first crew of snowplow drivers that's out there now consists of 287 people that we have supervision out on the street, keeping an eye on things and then we'll do a switch at kind of clock and bring in a fresh group of 2 87.

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New York Attorney General Sues NYPD Over Protest Mismanagement

Night News

00:38 sec | Last month

New York Attorney General Sues NYPD Over Protest Mismanagement

"New York's attorney general is suing over how the NYPD has handled George Floyd protests last year, but Department right now is focus more on getting 200 officers ready to go to D. C to help secure things leading up to next week's presidential inauguration. They're going to receive orientation and training and then be deputized federal law enforcement officers. For the day that they're on duty there. That we haven't done this before. That would be in my PD, Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence and counterterrorism, John Miller, who said these officers will be from different departments within the NYPD.

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New York PD Commissioner Dermot Shea Tests Positive For COVID-19

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | Last month

New York PD Commissioner Dermot Shea Tests Positive For COVID-19

"For the virus. Positive test result came back within the past 24 hours, Police Commissioner Dermot Shea began getting symptoms after exposure to Pete Well, who subsequently tested positive. He's dealing with a cough a headache but is conducting business from home holding virtual meetings. Deputy Commissioner Richard Esposito says she is in contact with many people members of the public city officials. He travels with a small security detail and keeps his staff to a minimum and wears a mask. Tests routinely performed at police facilities around the city. Currently up to 700. People across the department are out sick with suspected covert symptoms. Julia Papa 10 10 wins news Well, this comes as Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo

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Former Philadelphia police leader: Washington, DC's Capitol police seemed unprepared

KYW 24 Hour News

01:07 min | Last month

Former Philadelphia police leader: Washington, DC's Capitol police seemed unprepared

"Justice reporter Kristin Joe Hansen tells us a former high ranking Philly cop says the agency didn't seem prepared for a day that they knew was going to be tense. Washington D. C has 32 law enforcement agencies the U. S Capitol has its Oh, I got a very professional organization. But they also found that they could just be a little bit territorial. Now retired former Philadelphia police deputy commissioner and chief Inspector of Homeland Security, Jo Sullivan, but this city through the 2016 DNC and worked with Capitol police to secure the event, he says there should have been perimeter set up at all building access points both inside and outside in the situation that they did not accept any help from the D. C. Police, who had announced days ago that they were going to be all hang His own deck. There are guidelines as to how the partnerships are expected to be organized and how they're supposed to work together, Solomon says. In this case, it looks like the Capitol police didn't call in other federal resource is to assist. That's something that will be a matter of discussion in the future. When they go back and do a hot Washington's incident and find out how this occurred. You've got protesters sitting in the House Chambers and Senate chambers. That's just not acceptable. Kristen Joe

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Police Give All Clear After Queens Place Mall Evacuated Due To ‘Hoax Device’

Michael Wallace

01:01 min | Last month

Police Give All Clear After Queens Place Mall Evacuated Due To ‘Hoax Device’

"A huge police response today for a bomb threat at the Queen's place. Small WCBS is Marla Diamond reports It turned out to be a hoax. The crude device appeared real. There were propane tanks on wires protruding from the vehicle. It was spotted around 7:30 a.m. on the trunk of a Tesla that had been abandoned on the ramp to the mall parking garage, says NYPD Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence and counterterrorism. John Miller. And the bomb squad has determined This is a hoax device. Police found a dog what appeared to be ah, husky inside the car who was in good condition, Miller says the Tesla with Nevada plates was reported stolen and it appeared someone was living out of it. Police are hoping security camera video can help them identify the thief. A great deal of inconvenience was occurred by enact that seemed deliberate to cause that inconvenience and expense. And I'm very confident that we will identify the people behind this. An attempt to bring them to justice

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Police Give All Clear After New York City's Queens Place Mall Evacuated Due To ‘Hoax Device’

Paul Murnane

01:27 min | Last month

Police Give All Clear After New York City's Queens Place Mall Evacuated Due To ‘Hoax Device’

"An interesting twist this morning on a situation in Queens that brought out the bomb squad. Let's get details on this story. Now. Nobody. CBS reporter Marla Diamond joins us live. And call. It was all because of a car A Tesla with Nevada plates parked at the ramp of a garage next to the queen's place small that brought out a massive police response. It turns out that the car With Nevada plates was stolen. The person who called 911 could see what appeared to be a propane tank with wires sticking out of it in the car. And Y PD Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence and counterterrorism, John Miller says the device was determined to be a hoax. So, aside from theft charges, the person who brought out that massive emergency response could be facing other charges. Expense was going to Great deal of inconvenience was occurred by an act that seemed deliveries because that inconvenience and expense and I'm very confident. That we will identify the people behind this and attempt to bring them to justice. They are looking at surveillance cameras from around the mall. And there is more to this story. After the bomb squad was done, and determined that the device was fake, they found a dog Siberian husky mix in the back seat of that car. The dog is fine. John Miller says it appears that whoever stole the car was living out of it.

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NHL: Canadian teams able to start season in home arenas

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

NHL: Canadian teams able to start season in home arenas

"The NHL believes all seven Canadian teams will be able to start the season playing in their home arenas NHL deputy commissioner bill Daly said the league feels it's cleared to play in Canada during the second wave of the coveted nineteen pandemic this fully follows discussions with the five provincial governments that have NHL teams the Canadian teams will make up the north division in a realignment caused by the pandemic the league released its schedule Wednesday with each team playing fifty six games instead of the usual eighty two the legal to begin the season on January thirteenth I'm Dave Ferrie

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Activision Blizzard Reportedly in Talks with Team Owners to Reduce Franchise Buy-Ins

Esports Minute

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Activision Blizzard Reportedly in Talks with Team Owners to Reduce Franchise Buy-Ins

"Blizzard's franchise leagues buy-ins raised a ton of eyebrows around Esports. It's the o w l kicked it off with franchise fees to the original 12 teams at twenty million dollars each. The aid expansion teams that came after the first season paid even more according to various reports about some reports said that those binds might get up to sixty million dollars. The Call of Duty League was similar all the start of branches paid 25 million bucks for a spot and they haven't had any expansion teams yet. Well that investment has not been recouped and is in danger of crippling franchises the pandemic cause massive turmoil, of course, but the declining popularity of OverWatch is also a key concern according to this report. Western Road, Tony Petty the former Dem will be Deputy Commissioner hired by a be over the summer has been in talks to teens about how to make their organization successful long-term. Nothing has been decided yet. But cutting down those lofty Pines would go a long way and removing the heartfelt by the team's very few e Sports organizations are profitable even the ones with the massive content machines quite a few of the organizations that compete in one foul or both of the CDL and o w l only compete in the CDL or owo. Those are the ones most in danger of folding without an Roi soon. Now, nothing has been decided hear. These are just box but these are talks that have happened for a while and they're incredibly important conversations. The fact that team owners are now less bullish on these leagues, especially the o w l than they were a few years ago is pretty telling if not entirely surprising the main selling point for the o w l was the Geo localized nature of the league and while that hasn't been entirely the fault of a b it hasn't been able to take off. There are no guarantees that even when cope with this model will be song. Either it had never been tried before guess we'll have to wait and see but if anybody wants to keep these leagues around especially the o w l they should be offering discounts on those by ends.

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Breaking Down Tonights NBA Draft: The Players, The Picks, and Virtual Fashion

ESPN Daily

04:38 min | 3 months ago

Breaking Down Tonights NBA Draft: The Players, The Picks, and Virtual Fashion

"Mike schmidts. Thank you for joining me mandy day that you work towards every single year has finally arrived. Yeah i feel like this is our our super bowl and we've been waiting for this forever. I we thought it was going to be in june. And then maybe october and now here in november so you know i think teams and myself are very excited to get this one of the books. Mike schmidts is an nba draft analyst for espn. And he's been traveling the world scouting nba prospects for nearly a decade. I love the nba. draft personally. I went to the draft at the garden. Growing up in new york as a sad knicks fan and i still love the draft. Which tells you something about my own personal pathologies. The weirdness of this draft mike. You said it. This is going to be held in a way that has never been seen before. It's going to be entirely remote adam. Silver the commissioner. Mark tatum the deputy commissioner. They're going to be reading out. Picks live from espn studios in bristol. Where you are right now. So tell me what it's been like for teams and for players to go through this whole draft process in the midst of a global pandemic. It's been very very challenging for teams and players alike from the team side. They're used to having march madness the nba draft. Combine tournaments like portsmouth invitational. Which is where you see. You know a jimmy butler and some of these seniors pop up. They're able to have their individual workouts one on one workouts team workouts. I really have these guys in their building and this pre-draft process that just simply hasn't been the case so think you have teams kind of relying on a lot of these zoom calls right. We've all been kind of zoom jail more or less for the last few months You know they're relying on film. They're relying on intel and then from the players perspective. I think they just want to finally hear their name called. I mean this is the moment that they've been waiting for their entire lives. And so i feel a lot of these kids just having to have this. Push back and push back in push-back. They've each had very different circumstances. I mean some guys are like in the gym working out with nba players. Every day. some are with you know their brother and their cousin and some empty. Jim just one on getting workout. Since so it's been very strange. I guess the thing. I think of when i think about what might be lost in this iteration of the draft like are they going to be suits mike. Are we gonna get like nba draft fashion. That we've been blessed by in the past. Oh we're getting it it's coming it's coming virtually you're not gonna see that same strut the same level of excitement that we generally get in barklays within walking up on the stage but from everything i've seen out on social media everything i've heard. I think the suit game is still going to be strong. Yeah i just want if one of those guys wanna go retro and bring back like the seventeen but in suit. I just wanna make sure. The camera frame contains all seventeen of those budgets. We're gonna do everything we can to get that done. I hope we really really highlight the fashion. Because that that might steal the night to be honest i want to take a deep dive into the top three players in the draft to start here because the three of them. You've been talking about relentlessly for months. Now lamelo ball. James wiseman anthony edwards. They're all still in play for the number one overall pick which belongs of course to the minnesota timberwolves and i want to start with lamelo because we know as the brother lonzo the son of lavar and he chose to play overseas australia instead of going to the college game but for the uninitiated ear. What is lamelo offered to whichever team does end up selecting him tonight. I think he's the best prospect in the draft. Honestly i think if he played at duke kentucky enter any big name college program and he didn't have some of the questions about kind of the circus that has surrounded him at times in his life. I think he would be the runaway number. One pick in terms of his game. I mean he's a big point guard. Six seven close to six foot. Eight is one of the youngest players in the draft. Who was a late bloomer. So i think people remember him as the young you know twelve year old looking kid bomb and half court shots but he's really grown into his frame as great size has the ball on a string as a ball handler. He's incredibly shifty and smooth and his playmaking is ridiculous. The way he sees the game is really really special.

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Philadelphia Mayor, city officials hold news conference on unrest in the city following shooting death of Black man

KYW 24 Hour News

06:30 min | 4 months ago

Philadelphia Mayor, city officials hold news conference on unrest in the city following shooting death of Black man

"Kenny the new City news conference on the police killing of Walter Wallace, just across our city that the administration will do better now. I like to turn things over to Commissioner Outlaw for an update on the investigation of Monday's shooting. Walter Wells. Back to noon. Thank you, Mayor. And again get afternoon, everyone as I said yesterday. This investigation has many moving parts and we're working hard to ensure that a fair and thorough investigation takes place. We plan on releasing promising premise history audio of 9 11 calls and body cam footage of the two start discharging officers in the near future. Before. That happens, however, will be meeting with members of Mr Wallace's family to ensure they get an opportunity to view the material Spurs. On this call with us this afternoon. Our chief inspector Frank Manure, and Lieutenant Jason Henderson, Hendershot, who can answer specific questions regarding the investigation. At the end. In addition to those Teo also accompany with me is first Deputy commissioner Male Singleton to provide details of last night's events. Now I'd like to speak to ongoing civil unrest in our city. Firstly, I'd like to acknowledge and think our officers who continued to work long hours and extremely challenging circumstances in order to protect our communities. I also want to ensure the public that we are out here 24 7, and that public safety is our number one priority. We hear you and we share in your frustration. What we saw yesterday throughout our city, but particulary in the area of Castor Inara Mingo. I had absolutely nothing to do with protests. The widespread lawlessness, including the burglary and looting of area businesses served. No purpose is whatsoever. These individuals are doing nothing but simply wasting our precious resource is let me be perfectly clear. This behavior is not acceptable under any circumstance, nor will it ever be tolerating regarding the civil unrest. While we have already made a number of arrests on scene are investigators are still working diligently around the clock to ensure that there will be many more in store. At this point, we're able to present the following updates. There have been 23 injured officers. Injuries include various cuts and bruises, etcetera these air from throwing projectiles, rocks, bricks, etcetera. Several officers also had something that appeared to be blood intentionally thrown on them. Unfortunately, all 23 have been treated and released. As it relates to looting investigations. We have 297 reported incidents. As to damage and vandalized vehicles. There were nine Yesterday. There were 81 arrests that were made citywide during the civil unrest. The breakdowns are as follows. For burglary 53. Eight arrests for assault on police One arrest for aggravated assault. Four arrests for robbery. One arrest for arson. Two arrests for criminal trespass one for vandalism, seven for disorderly conduct. And four CBN's were issued for failure to disperse. I'd like now like to turn it over to First Deputy Commissioner Melvin Singleton will give a timeline of yesterday's events. Good afternoon, all So starting at approximately 6 P.m. in the area of 5200. Times Street, we had approximately 1000 protesters form up in Malcolm X Park. That group What westbound on Pine Street towards the district, which is at 50 50 Pine Pine Street. Eventually. Well, this particular protest the group split up. Form back up again and marched around the area of Southwest Food off your between Market Street and Pine Street. It eventually devolved into brick throwing to the commissioner. She mentioned blood throwing Out there with several officers being hurt. Some vehicle was set on fire on again. We had to make numerous arrests simultaneously occurring Wass. A looting. Burglary taken to place with approximately 1000 people estimated at Castor are amigo. We had set up in the city, roving looting patrols as well. A static patrols in the area and this particular location of Castor there there. Amigo also had that coverage. However, 1000 protesters was Not expected. I'm sorry. 1000. Looters were not expected. We had zero information toe warn us of this and it required us to Put ourselves into a priority calls the service configuration in terms of radio calls. The free officers tto handle, particularly and specifically ballooning going on at Castor in there, amigo. Just take some time. However, together those resource is city wide. We gathered. The resource is it got the necessary amount of officers to that location, But by that time several stores have been looted and damage was done. And East Division particularly we made 22 arrests. We had In that area. Two officers assaulted as well as two vehicles vandalized during that time. But to be clear this mission's point we are continuing to on will always move towards and affect the rest of looters and burglars when their car In this particular situation. We had Teo calm or resources to that location.

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New York Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia Leaves City Government, But Will She Run For Mayor? ‘Stay Tuned’

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:09 min | 5 months ago

New York Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia Leaves City Government, But Will She Run For Mayor? ‘Stay Tuned’

"Today, While a sanitation commissioner Kathryn Garcia, is last day on the job, you'll recall she took on a few other roles in city government during her 6.5 years at sanitation, and she's making no secret. She has her eye on a role with even more responsibility. Kathryn Garcia says she'll know in the next few weeks if she'll run for mayor. In the meantime, she's looking forward to a whole weekend off. She gotta send off with pipes and drums as she walked out of sanitation headquarters for the last time this commissioner Deputy Commissioner for recycling and sustainability. Bridget Anderson says Garcia did a lot to bring the uniformed and civilian sides of the department together. Have four operations were out there in the streets every day, but we're also doing planning. We're doing engineering doing policy, and she really found a way to bring together those two sides, so we're really working together a lot better, Garcia said On her last day, she told workers, they taught her a lot. Like sanitation lingo, terms like shrinking or coast to coast or going out of town or mongo are swell. I think they got a little bit of a kick out of that or clean garbage as she considers her possible next move, she says She is concerned about the department going into the winter with fewer workers as the city's budget constraints, lied to cuts and layoffs. Sonia Rincon 10 10 wins in Lower Manhattan

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Biden Pledges To Dismantle Trump's Sweeping Immigration Changes — But Can He Do That?

Morning Edition

05:24 min | 5 months ago

Biden Pledges To Dismantle Trump's Sweeping Immigration Changes — But Can He Do That?

"Joe Biden has pledged if he becomes president to dismantle the sweeping changes that President Trump has made to the US immigration system but could buy Don't do that. As NPR's John Burnett reports. It's easier said than done. People most closely watching to see if Biden defeats Trump and reverses. His immigration crackdown may be beyond our borders. Some 700 migrants languish in filthy tents pitched in a public park amid mud. Maps and clouds of mosquitoes. The encampment is in Matamoros, just across the Rio Grande from Brownsville, Texas. They're seeking asylum in the U. S. But stuck here under a Trump initiative known as remain in Mexico while they wait there closely following US presidential race, says Carlo Garcia, an asylum seeker from Honduras. They buy the place our hope in Joe Biden, who's the Democratic nominee because he would shoot the immigrants very differently than Trump has. We hope he will. And change is all of this Trump has created. This is discrimination and racism. Trump is touting that program's success here He is at a rally in Yuma, Arizona. Last tough. We don't want him here. We want him outside. We got sued all over the place. There. We won. So now they don't come into the United States taken Wait out. While the president claims to have restored a broken immigration system, human rights advocates are appalled that what they call the cruelty of his policies. Oh, Marge. Odd. Watt is director of the L Use Immigrants rights project. What the administration has sought to do is to simply turn off immigration and to do it unilaterally. By presidential edict without the approval of Congress. That project should be reversed. And that's exactly what Joe Biden pledges to do. His position paper on Immigration 51 bullet points over 22 pages seeks to roll back Trump's accomplishments and reenact Obama era policies. If I'm elected president, we're going to immediately and Trump's sold on dignity. Immigrant communities restore our moral state in the world are our historic rolls a safe haven for refugees and asylum seekers. Biden says no more border wall no more separating immigrant families, no more prolonged detentions or deportations of peaceable migrant workers. He would restore the asylum system and create a roadmap to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. It's a long to do list. I don't think it's realistic that Biden in four years could enroll everything that trump dead. Sarah Pierce and another analyst that the Migration Policy Institute, a nonpartisan thinktank recently catalog more than 400 executive actions Trump has taken on immigration. From heavier border and interior enforcement to restricting asylum to slashing refugee visas to creating remain in Mexico because of the intense volume and pace of change is the Trump administration enacted while in office. Even if we have a new administration, Trump will continue. Tio have had an impact on immigration for years to come. But Biden faces a host of obstacles that could slow his immigration counter revolution. First, there's the specter of renewed chaos at the southern border last year groups as large as 1000 Central Americans at a time. We're waiting across the Rio Grande into El Paso to request asylum. The Border Patrol was overwhelmed and ended up detaining families in primitive, unsanitary conditions. And no one wants a repeat of that. Ron Vitello, former deputy commissioner of customs and Border protection, worries that Biden will cancel bilateral agreements with Mexico that have dramatically slowed the migrant flow right now decided that they weren't going to continue to help us. You know, people would start coming through like we saw the caravans two springs ago. There's no reason that it wouldn't come back as fast as it Wass. NPR asked a senior advisor to the Biden campaign. What would happen if the new president gave migrants of Green light? The adviser said. They're cognizant of the pull factor. Then there's the issue of the enforcers. Immigration agents have enjoyed extraordinary support from the White House, the Trump administration has bragged about unshackling them to let them do their jobs more aggressively. What happens if Joe Biden tries to put the shackles back on? That isn't something that the lights which you can't change culture within an organization that best overnight. Angela Kelly is a senior advisor to the American Immigration Lawyers Association. So I agree that it's going to be a long long road. A Biden presidency would also find itself skirmishing with conservative lawyers over its reversals. The way Trump has been tied up in federal court fighting the R. J. Hamann is with the Federation for American Immigration Reform. If Biden is elected, and his administration starts rescinding executive actions that Trump had firm legal authority to Dio groups like us will sue. That is a fact. Finally, there's the Pandemic and NPR Ipsos poll showed a majority of Americans support Trump's decision to shut the borders to all types of immigrants to stop the spread of the Corona virus. Biden has not said if he would reverse that order. So it's anybody's guess when the virus will subside and the nation can welcome immigrants again. John Burnett NPR news

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Sources report abuse at NBA China academies

Ben Shapiro

00:38 sec | 7 months ago

Sources report abuse at NBA China academies

"There's a bombshell report out about Thie en Bas association with China and ESPN report detailing an atmosphere that one former employee compared to a World war to Germany for athletes at the NBA's academies in China. American coaches telling league officials there. Chinese partners were physically abusing players in the youth development programs, notably those who are weaker Muslims taking part in the academy establishing Xinjiang, a police state in western China. We're more than a 1,000,000 weak or Muslims are now being held in barbed wire camps. In addition, coaches raised red flags about failure by Chinese officials to offer proper educational opportunities. Despite a push by NBC commissioner Adam Silver to make that's central to the program's MBA Deputy commissioner Mark Tatum says the league is now considering

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Lengthy covid testing delays reported by Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

Lengthy covid testing delays reported by Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia

"People returning to work. All that has led to a rush on Corona virus test in Virginia. A lot of covert 19 tests or taking a week or more to process our capacity is not able to meet up with the demand. Doctor Paramjit buries the chief deputy commissioner for public health and preparedness in Virginia. We would be ramped up their capacity to think we're doing fairly well in Maine, June and then towards the end of June, as we saw the cases across the U. S. And increase more individuals interested in testing. He believes taking steps to reopen the state triggered the increases simply because having more interaction, the longest delays are in commercial labs, often used by health care providers and drugstore sites. But state labs are starting to see slowdowns to so they're planning to use their federal stimulus dollars this year toe work to increase capacity. Michelle Morello. W T. O P

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Police: 25-Year-Old Pregnant Woman Dies After Being Shot In Head In North Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 8 months ago

Police: 25-Year-Old Pregnant Woman Dies After Being Shot In Head In North Philadelphia

"More tonight about the shooting death of a pregnant woman gunned down in broad daylight in north Philadelphia Thursday, police say. The 25 year old woman, who was four months pregnant, was shot along Bourke Street near 25th around 2 30 Investigators say she had just left the family members home got into her vehicle and then a man approached, opened the passenger side door and opened fire shooting or once in the head. Here's police Deputy Commissioner Benjamin Nash Indications that the assailant Across 20 History east on Bourke Street. He was chased by another individual, and as a result of some video that we recovered. It appears that the second individual May have been firing shots, or at least was chasing the original shooter with a guy. So The first person is the shooter way have all the reason to believe a second person. Was apparently trying to track down the shooter, and the search is still on for the gunman.

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Philadelphia mayor, police commissioner apologize after tear gas used on protesters on I-676

KYW 24 Hour News

01:42 min | 8 months ago

Philadelphia mayor, police commissioner apologize after tear gas used on protesters on I-676

"Fallout from from the the use use of of tear tear gas gas on on protesters protesters on on the the Vine Vine Street Street expressway expressway on on the the New New York York times times video video that that exposed exposed holes holes in in the the explanation explanation from from police police both both the the police police commissioner commissioner and and mayor mayor are are apologizing and announcing changes within the department they want to use crime and justice reporter Kristen Joe Hanson explains first an apology for commissioner Daniel outlaw who at the press conference the day after the tear gas incident said officers acted after there were reports of a trooper trapped on six seventy six and she said any time people take the highway the escalate the situation I relied on information which was relayed to me after the initial deployment of the describing nations and for that I humbly apologize to those who were directly impacted as well as to our communities at large then her deputy commissioner Dennis Wilson who led the operation that day says he's taking a voluntary demotion to chief inspector I and I alone gave the approval to use CS gas I did this based on what I could see from my position and also what I have been hearing on the radio outlaw says she's firing the officer seen on video pulling on the face massive three protesters and spree their faces with pepper spray in addition the investigative packet has been submitted to the district attorney's office for review mayor Jim Kenney followed apologizing for proving the overall use of tear gas but says it was intended for violent situations I want to make it abundantly clear even though I did not authorize the use of tear gas specifically price six seventy six I should also be able to sell the city is now taking proposals from potential independent consultants to review what happened that day and to make recommendations city council members wanna hold investigative hearings understand the breakdown and find solutions for the

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on KTOK

"On what color deputy commissioner John terms geologists say there is a fifty percent chance of a smaller or similar type eruption through Wednesday afternoon local time the Supreme Court refuses to take up an abortion case from Kentucky thereby allowing the law to go into effect it's not clear why the justices didn't take up this case there was no published the sand in the court didn't release an explanation which is normal but as a result the way abortions are done in Kentucky has been drastically altered doctors that Kentucky's only abortion clinic argue they are now forced to promote the state anti abortion policy under the twenty seventeen wall which is now in effect physicians performing an ultrasound or legally required to show women the images of the fetus while describing in detail and then playing the sound of their child's heart beat refusing to follow those steps could lead to fines or potentially losing their medical license fox is Gerrit turning on the commander of the Wisconsin National Guard steps down after the release of a federal report on his handling of soldiers parts of sexual assault and harassment Major General Donald Dunbar stepping assigned at the request of governor Tony Iverson the report from the National Guard bureau in Washington found the guard allowed internal investigations in defiance of federal law as well as department of defense in peril policy also finding investigators falsely presented themselves as working for the federal bureau case records were mismanaged and response policies were not in compliance with federal regulations for more than five years.

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Them ma'am deputy commissioner Joe Sullivan says eventually cops got inside where they discovered four people shot a different floors of the home we have a seventeen year old we have a six year old we have a fifty one year old and picked a fourth victim who is would be an early fifties another man was also inside alive it is now being questioned by detectives we believe that he is the son or step son of a male and female adult deceased members of this family neighbors say the families had trouble with the suspect recently saying he's become mentally unstable this is the third child shot in just a week and a half it really doesn't make a difference whether it's a drug related homicide or or or domestic in West Philadelphia Kristin Johannsen KYW newsradio it's a story you'll only here on KYW news radio the former regional manager of the center city Starbucks were two black men were arrested last year for sitting inside the store is suing the company for allegedly discriminating against white people it would have used John McDevitt report in her suit genom Phillips of will which township Gloucester County who was white claims she was discriminated against by Starbucks after being terminated from her regional manager position less than one month after the two men were arrested inside the center city Starbucks Phillips alleges the company discriminated against white people after the high profile incident builds contents the company ordered her as regional manager to put a white employee from the center city store on administrative leave for quote discriminatory conduct she claims the employee was falsely accused and did not have any involvement in the arrests Phillips says she proved the claim wasn't correct and the company did nothing about it builds also alleges there was no disciplinary action taken against the district manager of the center city Starbucks who is black Phillips lawyer who refused to comment is asking for a jury trial John the debit can one of you news radio it's K. one of the sports sponsored by septa up all night with twenty plus routes that run twenty four hours so is.

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The investigation the incident began at seven o'clock when a subway rider approached a pair of NYPD counterterrorism cops on patrol to report a suspicious package it turned out there were two rice cookers containing no explosives one of them on the two three platform the other on the mezzanine deputy commissioner John Miller we reviewed the video at the scene we do see male white between twenties and thirties with dark hair and a shopping cart the place is the pressure cooker on the upper level and then on the lower level so there's a person of interest obviously would like this week this person I would call I was a very short of calling him a suspect transit president Andy Byford this just shows the benefit of everyone working together we have around six million right is on the subway every day about six million pairs of eyes and ears in lower Manhattan rich lamb WCBS newsradio eight eighty you'll find the surveillance photos at WCBS eight eighty dot com RP rascal was in Chelsea speaking residents about that third device found in the trash the lords of a rice cooker was leaning against a garbage can here at sixteen and seven this was the focus of the bomb squad detention the device was deemed safe but residents were a little lower Caroline came outside a building to find police tape and cops is there some suspicious packages but that's it isn't there it was not but it's still rattled her nerves yeah close to home a pressure cooker bombs exploded in this neighborhood in twenty sixteen leaving thirty people hurt in Chelsea Peter has told WCBS newsradio eight eighty Jeffrey obscene Stephens been ruled a suicide by the medical examiner's office Kevin Rincon has the latest an autopsy performed on Jeffrey Epstein found the sixty six year old to hang himself he was awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges involving underage girls his ties to wealthy individuals set off a firestorm of conspiracy theories it also caused frustration Mahan correctional center is run by the justice department in Attorney General bill Barr ordered the warden to be reassigned input to other workers on leave who were tasked with keeping an eye on apps dean have seen had been on suicide watch after a failed attempt in late July but was reportedly remove days later procedures at the jail are part of multiple ongoing investigations Kevin Rincon WCBS newsradio eight eighty a twenty two year old man from Norwalk has been arraigned on weapons charges after cops use guns ammo and body armor from his home Wednesday night police say Brandon Marshall also made social media posts about carrying out a mass shooting he remains in jail on two hundred fifty thousand dollars bond Washoe is also a central Connecticut state university student and has been banned from campus another Miskito borne virus that's coming up in three minutes W..

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"That. You know with yourself coming season. We have a new coaching staff, you know, in new schemes new place that we have to get just to we had an intriguing filmmaker coming in to game acclimated to our system as well. Too. Again, I think we'll all have a great summer and come back. Never also in the NBA playoffs last night, Utah would avoid limitation the jazz beat the Houston Rockets one zero seven ninety one in game four of that first round series over in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Monday night Carolina forces a game seven against Washington as the hurricanes the feet the capitals five to to Dallas. Meanwhile, advances to round to the stars eliminate Nashville with a two one win in overtime, mother nature the big winner yesterday at Fenway park as an all day rain would force the postponement of last night's contest between the Tigers. And the Boston Red Sox that game will now be made up this afternoon. As part of a day night doubleheader game one gets underway at one ten you'll be able to hear it ninety seven one the ticket. According to a story in today's editions of the sports business journal, the search firm Korn ferry is submitted an initial list of nine possible candidates to place, Jim Delaney as the next Commissioner of the big ten a group that includes former US Tennis Association, president Katrina Adams, the deputy Commissioner. Or of major league baseball, Tony petty and current northwestern athletic director, Jim Phillips Delaney is scheduled to step down as Commissioner of the big ten when his contract expires in June of next year with sports at fifteen and forty five past the hour. I'm Tony Ortiz, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty. Okay. Back to the roads of next in Taylor. We got from tipster northbound telegraph road near gathered. There is a an accident there that has closed the road. Apparently, we're going check Dennis next on that forecast as well. With traffic and weather together. I'm Pat Monahan from.

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Kushinka is here with more of America's First News. Mexico is pledging to shore up security near its border with the US and local authorities say thirty nine migrants were arrested after a peaceful March devolved into chaos when US agents fired tear gas into Mexico to stop some migrants, you tried to breach the border Robert Perez is deputy Commissioner of customs and border patrol this caravan, and this phenomenon and how it's manifested itself is absolutely unique to anything that we hadn't seen in the past vast majority of the more than five thousand a Central American migrants camped out for more than a week at a sports. Complex in Tijuana return to their makeshift shelter. A winter storm is blanketing much of the central midwest was snow bringing blizzard like conditions grounded more than one thousand flights and forced the closure of major highways on one of the busiest travel days of the year. This resident of Creston, Iowa was working to clear parking lots those making a seal the ground, and it's going to be clean. So off is going to be really icy underneath with much of the central plains and Great Lakes region under blizzard or winter storm warnings more than twelve hundred flights have been canceled. Republican lawmakers are criticizing President Trump's dismissal of the CIA's assessment that the Saudi Crown prince ordered the killing of a dissident journalists last month and called on the administration to consider further action against the kingdom. Senator Joni Ernst of Iowa told CNN she stands with colleagues who are pushing for congressional action over the killing of Jamal kashogi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October second the CIA concluded the crown prince ordered his killing what can knows more help you find rela.

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on WWL

"Jennifer Kushinka is here with more of America's First News. Mexico is pledging to shore up security near its border with the US and local authorities say thirty nine migrants who are arrested after a peaceful March devolved into chaos when US agents fired tear gas into Mexico to stop some migrants, you tried to breach the border Robert Perez is deputy Commissioner of customs and border patrol this caravan, and this phenomenon and how it's manifested itself is absolutely unique to anything that we hadn't seen in the past the vast majority of the more than five thousand Central American migrants camped out for more than a week at a sports car. Complex in Tijuana return to their makeshift shelter. A winter storm is blanketing much of the central midwest was snow bringing blizzard like conditions grounded more than a thousand flights and forced the closure of major highways on one of the busiest travel days of the year. This resident of Creston, Iowa was working to clear parking lots to snows making seal the ground, and it's going to be off is going to be really icy underneath with much of the central plains in Great Lakes region under blizzard or winter storm warnings more than twelve hundred flights have been canceled. Republican lawmakers are criticizing President Trump's dismissal of the assessment that the Saudi Crown prince ordered the killing of a dissident journalist last month and called on the administration to consider further action against the kingdom. Senator Joni Ernst told CNN she stands with colleagues who are pushing for congressional action over the killing of Jamal kashogi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October second the CIA concluded the crown prince ordered his killing what can knows more help you find Ombrella umbrage? Mommy. No, no doubt. Been outfitters or like, no one put Humpty Dumpty together..

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Jennifer Kushinka is here with more of America's First News. Mexico is pledging to shore up security near its border with the US. Local. Authorities say thirty nine migrants were arrested after a peaceful March devolved into chaos when US agents fired tear gas into Mexico to stop some migrants, you tried to breach the border Robert Perez is deputy Commissioner of customs and border patrol this caravan and this phenomenon. How it's manifested itself is absolutely unique to anything that we hadn't seen in the past the vast majority of the more than five thousand a Central American migrants camped out for more than a week at a sports complex in Tijuana return to their makeshift shelter. A winter storm is blanketing much of the central midwest was snow bringing blizzard like conditions grounded more than a thousand flights and forced the closure of major highways on one of the busiest travel days of the year of this resident of Creston, Iowa was working to clear parking lots making seal the ground, and it's going to be clean. So is going to be really icy underneath with much of the central plains and Great Lakes region under blizzard or winter storm warnings more than twelve hundred flights have been canceled. Republican lawmakers are criticizing President Trump's dismissal of the CIA's assessment that the Saudi Crown prince ordered the killing of a dissident journalists last month and called on the administration to consider further action against the kingdom. Senator Joni Ernst via told CNN she stands with colleagues who are pushing for congressional action over the killing of Tim. Kashogi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October second the CIA concluded the crown prince ordered his killing what can knows more help you? Find rela umbrage. Noah's.

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"With more of America's First News. Mexico is pledging to shore up security near its border with the US. Local. Authorities say thirty nine migrants who were arrested after a peaceful March devolved into chaos when US agents fired tear gas into Mexico to stop some migrant tried to breach the border Robert Perez is deputy Commissioner of customs and border patrol and this caravan and this phenomenon and how it's manifested itself is absolutely unique to anything that we hadn't seen in the past vast majority of the more than five thousand Central American migrants camped out for more than a week at a sports. Complex in Tijuana return to their makeshift shelter. A winter storm is blanketing much of the central midwest was snow bringing blizzard like conditions grounded more than a thousand flights and forced the closure of major highways on one of the busiest travel days of the year. This resident of Creston, Iowa was working to clear parking lots. Is making a seal the ground, and it's going to be when you clean, so it's gonna be really icy underneath with much of the central plains and Great Lakes region under blizzard or winter storm warnings more than twelve hundred flights have been canceled. Republican lawmakers are criticizing President Trump's dismissal of the CIA's assessment that the Saudi Crown prince ordered the killing of a dissident journalists last month and called on the administration to consider further action against the kingdom. Senator Joni Ernst of Iowa told CNN she stands with colleagues who are pushing for congressional action over the killing of Jamal kashogi at the Saudi consulate in bowl on October. Second the CIA concluded the crown prince ordered his killing what can knows more help you find today, Greta.

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Get connected with, the early intervention program because you know anyone, can, call in and research the early intervention program, and so again if, you're there's something that you, think's going, right if you're pediatrician thinks or something going right you can call in they. Can call in heck you, know grandma can call, in? With your permission, and get your your your child tonight you the early intervention program you have some concerns right and you know from what I've learned about early intervention when very young babies and children get help for? These delays in? Disability. Is they have a better chance of reaching their full potential the earlier that it's address is that correct exactly. This is the time when your brain is probably? Most susceptible to to. To change and building that. That, structure did you have the mental health and development potential it's not that things Can't be changed later that things can't be fixed, later but it's just, much harder, and really the architecture, of the brain gets laid down pretty quickly during during this period if you're just tuning in we're joined by doctor ask you he is the deputy Commissioner. Of health we're, talking about early intervention with the New York, City, department of health and just getting out genome, formation they have a, program that is free for, families we're, talking about children with developmental delays in the process of getting them involved in. An early intervention program so, just some general information, about? Early intervention a, program for babies as we sat in toddlers a younger than three who have a delay in development now this includes conditions like very low birth weight down syndrome autism disorder blindness deafness and microcephaly and? I and you? Know. How common is microcephaly and for those of you that aren't familiar microcephaly is when a towel does born with. A very small head is that something that is? Is is very common In the United States it's not a very common, disorder but it does happen and in fact of course Lita infection has been in the news quite a bit lately. And one of the outcomes, of potential outcomes of, Ezekiel infection, and mothers is children who are born. With my microcephaly now children were born microcephaly are are automatically eligible for the early intervention program and so. We make sure that we track those children who. Have microcephaly and get them into the the early intervention program along with I says as you mentioned numerous..

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Was a differ it was a different rates are there is little black dress rehearsals accused of skimming off the scam yes correct yeah legitimate let me i should is because the audience could get lost in some of this the at the end of the day a lot of people would like to know as his testimony is coming up how high disco f how who knew what when it came to this unit that was over years well the tomba was small putatan over eight years there were allowed to do this and they stand amazing there's been no direct testimony that that says such and such major or right in a deputy commissioner whatever new what was going on the highest ranked it's been directly implicated as sergeant there've been some administrative changes to one who is colonels down bump back you know it sarah sattar because they were up the line but there's no no specific criminal allegation about knowledge at the top kevin davis his name came up in terms of the practice of these socalled slashed days which are you know days off forgetting guns over agree um but but there's been no allegation that data's knew that there was no criminal overtime fraud so i i think that's that's always going to this case is going to beg that question for a long time to come out of it we have to ju if we're going to develop trust again with the bottom of citizenry that this was an isolated the group of eight it because it most people commercial so yet every day a day he actually when the tests may looks less and life and as cortisol so at some point how do we get the trust becky if we don't funder how high this with that that's my question go well and i said you know before he went on the air i said the real crime of this case will be if nothing chain exactly and so i've zone with brian nieman this warning and i said look he's he mentioned about shortages a police officer i'm like let me to stop you okay when you have these elite units that call their own hours roy make their own hours and you don't know where people are then vacations head right i mean they're sitting it out the allegation is a danny herschel was sitting at home put.

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on Here's The Thing

Here's The Thing

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on Here's The Thing

"Lead condom doesn't give it must be an equal opportunity fingerpointing here it's the taliban's in the kind of eighty eighty wipes and they don't break down poop p puke pilot paper for peace that's all we wanna see concept that if he if he has am alec baldwin here with the four reminding of the four peace pook p puke and paper and the more people know what happens after they flashed the more people are going respect what they put down their toilet and the more the lesser going to one a letter and that's why i really appreciate talking with you and i'm so glad you have this interest it's just over the top interesting you're taking pu water and making a clean new york city's deputy commissioner for wastewater management pam alarko a woman so passionate about her job that we had to interrupt the interview hitting the table don't masher hands on the table they could even says here the let you are from an italian catholic factory town every i'm retiring time tablet tabak separately right whether within sub pounding on the table again italiancatholic student help it waste management with all its implications for our health and the health of the planet is still about politics like everything else we can't fix the problem if we don't elect leaders who devote the resources and enforce the rules and nobody nobody was better at gaming that system and getting us to vote his way than ed rollins ronald reagan's brilliant and controversial campaign manager going to democrats go out and say i want you to turn out your churches your bus drivers all the rest of it we go on say here's the payday would normally get just you know don't turn your vote out my i know the game i know how to make it work in part of the reason i know the game is i was trained as a democrat more from ed rollins at here's the thing dot org after the break new york city's original recycling czar former deputy commissioner for sustainability and recycling ron gauvin.

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on KTRH

"Have knocked confirmed that does garage you'll screen job what we do know is is way too photo that it was um published in the media is wearing a sharia adhered beard and now back to just be a coincidence but it is certainly what i'm saying is is it can't be written off well there's no way that this has anything to do it there's no way this has anything to do with it innkeeper what we've seen we saw we fear and it can do would be the case of australia we've seen it we saw new york where the deputy commissioner for nypd john miller said it has nothing to do with islam even though the guy that it grim noah what are we feel australia the shooting was claimed by islamic state in a medford that has never been done by islamic we've actually their operation i worked in our dr oskoui be all i'm saying is our investigators at the local level rely on the fbi guy and the fbi has been wrong one hundred percent of the time is five years in these over what you seem to be saying john is that the fbi and others they're unwilling to go down the road of a thorough investigation because they're afraid of offending somebody but that's what we've seen and what what i can tell you is the art spirit understanding of where are the only ones in the country during a threeday want or program where we lay out the threat both of our great audit grit and how they're working together and what i'm saying for instance when you don't know how they're working together and you don't know it at ground level they're supporting each other then foreign them in this case you may not follow where the fact lead you in an understanding of that and for an hour where you have a shooting were five police officers are killed you look at the end of israel and the organization he's associated where if you don't go that oh marxist group are i direct way up at ground level two jihadi groups operating in our uh your investigative leads don't lead you to the right place is you don't.

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on KOIL

"Closers effort that we've come to a public arena discussion of this subject was senator cruisers willful blindness hearings chris galvin tonight bull testified at in june of twenty six boom if you wanna go back and look you can see what we said risk of it on a year and a half ago what we said in public to congress so something he's going to happen in an ongoing to interview you and we're going to play interviews i've done with you and we're going to say oh we knew this had happened we knew we could restore all this and we're going to find out that some of the intelligence probably you had gathered years in for years prior world event that upset at you saving lives let me bring a chris gobert's in here chris your your reaction at all those sudden your thoughts on it well first of all thank thanks for having me on thrown in there do o'clock you looking as well the thing that really great me about the packers the aftermath of attack really former national security perspective are catastrophic failure to address the root causes and i would point eight factor deputy commissioner nypd counter kerekou purveyor of john miller very after the manhattan where he added that you're probably not about islam and it's not about the mall a matter of fact jewelry on through all of the jihadis better fighting across the planet right now whether it the kalaban boko haram alsharif argue army the alqaeda the book from brother which part of a broader they are all carrying a universe great to your hard to establish aquatic rape under sharia to rear the enemy threat doctrine career carter mall all over the country and audie were grimsley practicing islamic wall everything that he was perfectly lawful and yet if care or the muslim brotherhood order right over aren't great mit john lewis they would have written i'm her knocking islam and it has nothing to do with the mall and nine eleven in the direction of the entire national security have in all the fact is that almost after every attack we learn all.

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The i guess i'm full of sayings today this is another saying that says we reproduce what we don't resolve we reproduce what we don't resolve another saying that has plagued the new york city department of corrections for the last four years the previous commissioner continued to reproduce but not solve or resolve anything you know this session here is one that i want to address two commission bran bran to the chief of the department hazel jennings twat acting first deputy commissioner angel valona every other day bureau chief assistant chief in the agency it is important that you guys understand that it is time to do something different a lot of you were around and involve one commission upon was here and a lot of you were here during his failed policies and positions to say to him sir with all due respect i know you're the one who promoted me and gave me a shot in gave me a chance but what you are branding and what you are trying to present to the public into us can't work it's it's really time that the manages of this agency recognize.

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A million dollars by buying fivedollar scratch tickets in stoughton harris won the top prize in the million dollar platinum payoff game well romanelli one playing a milliondollar bonus cash game each took their winnings and a pay out of about four hundred thirty thousand dollars after taxes the each say they plan to invest the money aris bought his ticket at the new store on the block while roma now we bought hers of the town's spa both in stoughton and both of those places will receive a ten thousand dollar bonus for selling the tickets doug cope wbz newsradio 1030 the nc devil a women's champion south carolina gamecocks has not received an invitation to the white house and the coach is speaking out coach dawn staley editor champion south carolina gamecocks have been waiting for months for an invitation to visit the white house the tea wanted the nc aa women's basketball title in april in staehli says a lack of invitation speaks volumes that coach says she's not even sure the team would go if they were invited every previous unsee aa women's basketball team since 1983 has been invited to the white house jim krasula cbs news express unity and then stand up for the national anthem that's the message from the nba as the basketball season approaches the nba suggests team as address fans are show videos expressing themes of unity before their first tom games while at the same time reminding them of the rule that players must stand for the national anthem a memo with and two teams yesterday a day after commissioner adam silver said he expected players would stand the deputy commissioner mark tatum suggested using opening games to demonstrate commitment.

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on WINS 1010

"The murder of new york city rookie cop eddie burn one of the men convicted of the killing is up for parole the brother of officer burn is now the nypd deputy commissioner for legal matters and he's delivering a victim impact statement was 1988 when rookie cop eddie burn was shot in the head as he sat in a patrol car guarding the home of a witness in a drug case and remember when reagan all my parents later eddie's brother larence who goes before the parole board once again to keep the four convicted men for being released in this case it to hearing from philip copeland burned says copeland organize the murder on orders from a jailed crack kingpin cruise really an attempt to destabilise can intimidate law enforcement it failed effort given the severity of crime we always need to remember that and offices remember eddie burn every year when they held a vigil on the street where he died delia pop by ten ten wins news wins news time four fifty a billionaire hedge fund manager has expressed regret for an online post that's said state senator andrea steward cousins who is black has done more damage to people of color than anyone who has ever dawned could because of her support for teachers unions daniel loeb says he regrets the language he used in expressing his passion for educational choice he says he apologized to senator stewart cousins and anyone he offended spokesman forced to her cousin says loeb should be utterly ashamed of his disgusting statements wins news time four fifty one from the dodge traffic center here is incorrect right look store the out battle holidays already bad but it's even worse than it should be.

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From npr news in washington on giles snyder in london the deputy commissioner of the metropolitan police nieto pursues says it's too early to say whether a death near a mosque in north london was due to the attack overnight by the driver of a van sadly londoners as waking up so the news of another dreadful lives as the capital that has left a number of people seriously injured the attack unfolded whilst a man was already receiving first aid for public of his say sadly that lam has done any pulls a typically between his death and the attack willful house of our investigation souza's police are looking into the attackers motivation but he says the incident has all the hallmarks of terrorism the suspect is in custody us military has confirmed that had shot down a syrian air force fighter jet on sunday after the jet had bob local forces aligned with the us near the islamic state held city of rock up in pierce tom bowman says the incident threatens to escalate tension us officials say about two hours prior to the downing of the syrian jet prosyrian regime forces were attacking american backed rebels so this all happened just west of rocco that's the defacto isis capital that these rebels were trying to take back in purist tom bowman reporting it was the first such downing of a serious jet by the us census sort of the conflict in 2011 this was npr news and this is morning edition on wnyc good morning i'm kerry nolan right now at seventy six degrees skies are clear over central park and your commute looks pretty good state lawmakers have still not agreed on whether.

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