35 Burst results for "Derek Dennis"
"derek dennis" Discussed on KOMO
"Slash Grubhub. Northwest news radio. One airline pad against itself on the back for its holiday weekend service, ABC's Derek Dennis reports. United Airlines doing a victory lap of sorts over its 4th of July weekend travel performance and a note to workers United's chief operating officer John roitman said the airline had a better consolidated completion factor over the long holiday weekend than during the same period last year, calling it remarkable considering the recent surge of travelers, the note also says delta canceled twice as many flights as united and American canceled three times as many and roitman wrote when united did have to cancel flights mostly due to bad weather, it was communicated at least four hours in advance 86% of the time. Derek Dennis ABC News and our northwest news time now coming up on 6 50. Check Wall Street now and Daria Albert with your stock charts dot com money updates. From ABC News, Wall Street now stocks call it a session with some modest mid week gains the Dow closed up 70 points, the NASDAQ rose 40 and the S&P added 14 for the day, expect another rate increase. That was the clear message as the minutes from the Federal Reserve's latest meeting were read. They say it's a necessary move to try and restrain inflation, but they still admit, it could weaken the economy, hopefully not, but possibly to the point of a recession. President Biden traveled to Ohio to announce a new federal rule that will allow major support for troubled pensions. The changes could affect up to 3 million American workers. ABC News. Catch money news here at 20 and 50 passed every hour coming up level the latest on traffic and weather. And the news from space, there's trouble with a new lunar probe recently launched from New Zealand. We'll have the latest on that straight away
"derek dennis" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"The Supreme Court issuing a big ruling in favor of gun owners in a New York case, more from special report. The Supreme Court with a landmark decision on gun rights in America upholding a person's constitutional right to bear arms by deciding a New York law on the books for 100 years requiring a permit and a show of cause to carry a concealed weapon in public violates the Second Amendment, but it comes as the nation reels from a sharp uptick in shootings, especially mass shooting. DoJ will be watching this decision very closely as is law enforcement leaders across the country. And the issue is timing since 2019, we've seen a 30% increase in homicides, many of them by firearm. We've seen a 60% surge in mass shootings. So the question is, will it get much more easy for people to have weapons in public concealed weapons? And will that lead to more shootings? ABC News, justice correspondent Peter Thomas, the Supreme Court 6 to three decision is expected to allow more people to legally carry guns across the country. It's the high court's first major gun decision and more than a decade I'm Derek Dennis ABC News. And mayor life would just on MSNBC reacting to the decision. Look, I just think it sends the wrong message and light of the fact that we hopefully are in a Senate taking final action on a partisan said of gun reforms that we've all been lobbying for and frankly, has overwhelming support in the American public. The fact that the court is coming down with this decision feels Tom death. And a major bipartisan gun safety bill that she's talking about is now one step closer to passage in the Senate. It includes millions of dollars for mental health school safety crisis intervention and incentives for states to include juvenile records in the national instant criminal background check system. The FDA ordering all Juul electronic cigarettes removed from the U.S. market. Billionaire Ken Griffin Citadel calling it quits in Chicago. He's moving his empire to Miami. He says many of his Chicago teams have requested to relocate and he's also moved his family there. A student has been charged after three nuisance were found on an Evanston school campus last month. Here's a Gale. The nooses were found hanging from a tree in the school's recess area, may 13th. Now a haven middle school student has been charged with a misdemeanor count of disorderly conduct. Police not releasing a name because a student is a juvenile. The Cook County state's attorney's office reviewing the evidence and then declining to add a hate crime charge because, quote, the actions and motive of the involved juvenile did not meet the legal statutory elements of a hate crime. Police say witness interviews, surveillance footage, and cell phone videos led to the identification of the student responsible. Nick Gale, 8 90 W, LS news. An ordinance passes giving work related death benefits to the families of police and fire officers who commit suicide alderman Matt oshea says more needs to be done. This is a
"derek dennis" Discussed on KOMO
"They had created And I'm cold just thinking about last February ABC's Derek Dennis Thanks so much Derek Thank you Well the wind down of the pandemic has been a good bet for the gaming industry The U.S. casinos hit the jackpot making nearly $39 billion in the first three quarters of this year That's more than all of last year the American gaming association says they're on their way to their best year ever with consumers who are anxious to get out returning to brick and mortar casinos Online gambling which became more popular during the pandemic also continues to grow as does sports betting the return of conventions meetings and international travel is expected to help Daria Albania may be seen news 6 20 and your combo propel insurance money update now Here's Jim cesko led by a slide in technology shared stocks lost ground for a second straight session The down dostal dropped 240 points The S&P 500 fell 30 and the check having NASDAQ composite skidded 266 or 1.7% The biggest initial public offering in the year got off to a rousing start Rivian automotive last evening priced its offering at $78 a share boosting the size of the offering to 153 million shares And in the first afternoon up trading the stock closed above $100 a premium of 29% of the offering price Backed by Ford and Amazon among others rivian is hoping to carve a niche for itself offering all electric pickup trucks and SUVs as well as electric delivery vans for Amazon That's your money now Money news on como at 20 and 50 past every hour I'm still some hiccups on the drive home We'll get the latest on traffic straight away Pandemic to protests Wall Street to The White House the news never stops for continuing coverage stay connected stay informed with como.
"derek dennis" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis Tight security for planned rally at the US Capitol leader today by supporters of the January six capital rioters. Capitol police reinstalling security fencing based on intelligence chatter that the rally could turn violent. All the guys is that we have from our reporting from law enforcement sources are That look, the amount of chatter is not nearly what it was before January six. But there are some very specific threats that they're monitoring Pierre Thomas of Fatal mistake by the U. S military, admitting to launching a drone strike that killed seven innocent Children and three innocent adults, including an American aid worker. The Pentagon said intelligence indicated another attack was imminent. So for eight hours, US drones then followed a car they thought had linked up. With Isis K officials say when the driver loaded the vehicle with what they thought were explosives. Hellfire missile was launched. ABC's Martha Raddatz. This is ABC News. A soccer legend is having a tough time post surgery. The Brazilian Soccer Great took a little step back in his recovery from surgery to remove a tumor from his colon, says his daughter, Kelly Nascimento. She says he is recovering well. Albert Einstein Hospital in Sao Paulo, says Pele, aka Edson Arantes do Nascimento returned to intensive care Thursday night after a brief breathing instability and that he's stable in semi Intensive care, Ella's 80 he posted on social media that he's feeling well and his family members have visited. Chuck Sivertsen. ABC News The first civilian crew in space, is expected to touch down again on Earth later this evening, splashed down shortly after seven p.m. eastern off Florida's coast before crew members blasted off from the Kennedy Space Station in Florida on Wednesday. And have been circling 363 miles above the earth. One of the most fun parts of being in space is microgravity. I'm Derek Dennis ABC News. The pandemics reminded us we live in a sea of airborne germs that can assault us with every breath. Your nose is the body's first line of defense by helping filter out allergens, bacteria and viruses before they reach your lungs. But like any air filter, the more clogged up, it gets, the less it works. So how do you clean your nose? I'm Martin Hoke and I didn't invent nasal irrigation. The neti pots been around thousands of years. But I did invent Nevada's to make cleaning your nose easy. Nevada's uses powered suction to flush out mucus and germs that cause congestion or worse can make you sick..
"derek dennis" Discussed on WTVN
"At Hollywood Casino Charles Town races is regulated by the West Virginia lottery able too much about 147 103 Confidential health must be 21. News. I'm Derek Dennis of fatal mistake by the U. S military admitting to launching a drone strike that killed seven innocent Children and three innocent adults, including an American aid worker. US drones followed a car they thought had linked up with Isis K when the driver loaded the vehicle with what they thought were explosives. Hellfire missile was launched days later, the chairman of the joint Chiefs supporting the strike, We had very good intelligence. That Isis K was preparing a specific type vehicle had a specific type location. I know it's a righteous strike, but the driver of the car was an aid worker loading water canisters into the car with his colleagues, not explosives. Martha Raddatz, the U. S. Capitol. Police say the department is ready for Saturday's planned rally related to the January six capital riot. They're expecting at least 700 demonstrators at the Justice for January. 6th rally protesting Treatment of those arrested some unusual security If they decide they want to, uh You know, Attack law enforcement will be ready for those kinds of violence. Capitol police chief Tom Mangers, saying they're more concerned about counterdemonstrators fighting with those who think the jail should free those arrested on January six. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington Where is Daddy demands for answers outside of Florida home over the disappearance of a 20 year old woman from New York? Gabby Petito. She was last seen in.
"derek dennis" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"I'm Derek Dennis concession from the GOP candidate defeated by California Governor Gavin Newsom in the statewide recall election against him, Let's be gracious. Let's be gracious in defeat, and by the way we may have lost The the battle, But we are going to win the war Republican Larry Elder going down among voters in the decidedly blue state, keeping Newsom in office tonight, according to ABC News projections, even though, was his handling of the pandemic that really got the recall campaign rolling. Preliminary exit polling showed most voters in California support what Newsom has done to fight the pandemic, 70%, saying they support his mask mandates. 63% said. They see getting vaccinated as a public health responsibility more so than a personal choice and more than two thirds of recall. Voters said they feel California's covid situation is getting better or staying the same ABC s Alex Stone in Los Angeles. Other news North Korea has fired two ballistic missiles off its East Coast. Two days after the North claimed to have tested a new missile of its own. The two ballistic missiles were launched from a site in central North Korea and flew into the waters of the Korean Peninsula's east coast. South Korean and U. S. Intelligence authorities are said to be analyzing the North Korean launches. Former President Trump is accusing General Mark Milley of treason because of something written in a new book and their soon to be released book peril Bob Woodward and Robert Costa report that the Joint Chiefs Chairman General Mark Milley, took the extraordinary step of secretly reaching out directly to China's top general, according to the book, one reason for China's concerns Trump's incendiary words about China and coronavirus. Millie told the Chinese general not to worry If we're going to attack I'm going to call you ahead of time. It's not going to be a surprise, ABC. Jonathan Karl, You're listening to ABC News. This view was worth the hike right? And it's a good way to stay on top of my health..
"derek dennis" Discussed on WTVN
"I'm Derek Dennis concession from the GOP candidate defeated by California Governor Gavin Newsom in the statewide recall election against him, be gracious, Let's be gracious in defeat, by the way, we may have lost The the battle, But we are going to win the war Republican Larry Elder going down among voters in the decidedly blue state, keeping Newsom in office tonight, according to ABC News projections, even though, was his handling of the pandemic that really got the recall campaign rolling. Preliminary exit polling showed most voters in California support what Newsom has done to fight the pandemic, 70%, saying they support his mask mandates. 63% said. They see getting vaccinated as a public health responsibility more so than a personal choice and more than two thirds of recall. Voters said they feel California's covid situation is getting better or staying the same ABC s Alex Stone in Los Angeles. Other news North Korea has fired two ballistic missiles off its East Coast. Two days after the North claimed to have tested a new missile of its own. The two ballistic missiles were launched from a site in central North Korea and flew into the waters of the Korean Peninsula's east coast. South Korean and U. S. Intelligence authorities are said to be analyzing the North Korean launches. Former President Trump is accusing General Mark Milley of treason because of something written in a new book and their soon to be released book peril. Bob Woodward and Robert Costa reported that Joint Chiefs Chairman General Mark Milley took the extraordinary step of secretly reaching out directly to China's top general, according to the book, one reason for China's concerns Trump's incendiary words about China and coronavirus. Millie told the Chinese general not to worry If we're going to attack I'm going to call you ahead of time. It's not going to be a surprise, ABC. Jonathan Karl, You're listening to ABC News. The pandemics reminded us we live in a sea of airborne germs that can assault us with every breath. Your nose is the body's first line of defense by helping filter out allergens, bacteria and viruses before they reach your lungs. But like any air filter, the more clogged up, it gets, the less it works. So how do you clean your nose? I'm Martin Hoke and I didn't invent nasal irrigation..
"derek dennis" Discussed on KOMO
"From ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis. Just hours from now. The nation will mark 20 years since the 9 11 terrorist attacks and law enforcement is on alert. In recent weeks, the FBI has been warning that radicals inspired by Isis and Al Qaeda Have been on social media urging attacks. So even though no credible threat has been identified for the 9 11 anniversary, these are tense times at any given moment. The FBI is investigating hundreds, if not thousands of terrorism suspects. Both domestic and internationally inspired ABC is Pierre Thomas. Meantime, President Biden will lead the nation in mourning and remembrance. 20. Years later, President Biden will visit all three attack sites and says the nation must renew the sense of everyone's in this together, you need doesn't mean we have to Believe the same thing. We must have a fundamental respect and faith in each other. And in this nation, the president honoring those lost in the attacks and urging Americans that quote even in darkness to still be the light. Andy FIELD. ABC NEWS Washington Queen Elizabeth has written to the president marking 20 years since 9 11, she said, As we honor those who lost their lives, we also pay tribute to the resilience. And determination of those who have rebuilt on the coronavirus. The Biden administration announcing sweeping Covid vaccine mandates, all federal workers, federal health care workers and company workers have more than 100 employees were required to be vaccinated. The president was asked about his Republican naysayers. Mr President, What is what is your message to Republicans who are calling her vaccine requirements and overreach who are threatening to challenge it in court?.
"derek dennis" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"ABC News I'm Derek Dennis. The presidential visit Tuesday. Two areas of New Jersey and New York heavily damaged in seeing a number of deaths from the remnants of Hurricane Ida over the weekend and on Labor Day President Biden improving major disaster Federal aid for hard hit New Jersey and New York State counties that frees emergency money to restore damaged homes and businesses from hurricane ideas remnants last week the president planning to visit both states Tuesday, where the storm killed at least 40 people. Maybe he's Andy field. Meantime, the suffering is ongoing in Louisiana with the storm. First came ashore more than a week ago. There are lingering power outages and death, including in nursing homes and senior facilities. One owner evacuated the nursing home residents to a large warehouse. We've seen images of mattresses, people sleeping on the floor on top of those mattresses and several people there died. The attorney general launched an investigation into that, and those have now been shut down. They ordered the immediate closure of those nursing homes. ABC Zell When Lopez this is ABC News A small number of Americans have been evacuated out of Afghanistan after the US withdrawal. The US confirming four more American citizens are now safely out of Afghanistan after a daring escape by land. A week after the last American troops left the country under the cover of night. A senior State Department official says the U. S help those citizens make it across a land border and into a neighboring country. US Embassy staff at that border, describing the Americans as in good condition and saying the Taliban were aware of the crossing and did not impede that transit, ABC, James Longman, a popular television actor from HBO's The Wire and Boardwalk Empire is Dead. Michael K. Williams body discovered in his Brooklyn New York apartment. The coroner has not yet determined his official cause of death. ABC TV AFFILIATE W. ABC is reporting drug care familiar was found in his home, and Williams had been open about his drug use in the past..
Unvaccinated Snow Leopard at San Diego Zoo Catches Covid-19
"Diego Zoo is contracted Covid 19. Zookeepers noticed the nine year old Rammell had a cough and runny nose on Thursday and tested positive. Have been giving its animals vaccine shots, but Rommel hadn't been inoculated yet. I'm Derek Dennis
Democrat Melanie Stansbury Wins U.S. House Seat for New Mexico
"Now has a new election night last night In New Mexico Democrat Melanie stands very winning the congressional seat left open when Deb Holland became Interior Secretary Stansbury taking the first congressional district race over GOP state Senator Mark Moore's and her victory is a win for Victory to our state our communities into our country. I'm just so proud. Stansbury says her team worked their hearts out. Derek Dennis ABC NEWS
3 Dead in Wisconsin Casino Shooting
"Just outside Green Bay, Wisconsin. The latest details now with ABC is Derek Dennis Carnage happening inside a restaurant of the Oneida Casino in suburban Green Bay. The gunman shooting two workers to death and wounding a third critically, before being shot dead himself. It appears to be a targeted event, not a Random Shooting. Sheriff's Lieutenant Kevin Pawlak says the government appeared to be looking for a specific worker who wasn't there. This woman heard the shots on the casino floor is very scary. A lot of people like you were in shock and didn't really understand what they should be doing No word yet on a motive, or if the shooter was also an employee, Derek Dennis,
Polls Say 52% Approve of Biden
"It's less than a week until President Biden's 100 Day in office and a new poll takes a look at his approval. Rating. Details from ABC is Derek Dennis. The new ABC News Washington Post poll shows. Biden has the third lowest job approval rating for any president at 100 days since Harry Truman Just 52% of Americans approve of Biden's performance so far on Lee Lower was Gerald Ford at 48% in 1974 and Donald Trump at 42% in 2017. Biden's hi mark his handling of the pandemic, his low mark the immigration crisis at the US Mexico
Seven-Year-Old Girl Shot Dead at Chicago McDonald's Drive-Thru
"There's outrage this morning over a shooting that resulted in the death of a young girl is a B C's. Derek Dennis tells us anger and frustration in Chicago after a seven year old girl is shot and killed sitting in a car with her father at a McDonald's six bullets in that, baby that don't make you a man. Don't Don't make make you you a a gay gay since since so so long long with with your your community community activist activist Andrew Andrew Holmes, Holmes, speaking speaking directly directly to to the the gunman gunman who who got got away away a a witnesses. witnesses. Two Two people people got got out out of of a a great great car car of of the the restaurants restaurants drive drive through through and and started shooting directly at the father's car. The young girl was shot repeatedly dying at a hospital. This family are going to live in hell right now, because it's an act of some fools shooting up the neighborhood. Derek Dennis ABC News
St. Vincent covered in ash as volcano activity continues
"Continue on a Caribbean island where volcanoes now erupted several times says ABC is Derek Dennis and emergency on the island of ST Vincent Volcano on the island, south of ST Lucia and Martinique, corrupting multiple times and threatening to erupt again is likely to be More explosive eruptions, and it can get worse. So if you're still in not, we would actually leave immediately, and stories and Minister Carlos James helping to coordinate evacuations. With cruise ships docking to ferry people out there is a designated red zone covering a third of the island. Derek Dennis ABC News San
Prayer Vigil Planned for Stricken Rapper Dmx
"Rap star DMX fights for his life in a white Plains, New York hospital, His family and fans are planning to gather for a vigil outside tonight. The 50 year old whose real name is Earl Simmons, has been hospitalized since Friday after suffering a heart attack. A statement from his family says. He's in a coma and on a ventilator. DMX, his longtime lawyer. Murray Richmond would not confirm reports he suffered a drug overdose. The wrappers been around since the late nineties, when his first studio album, titled It's Dark, and Hell is Hot. Debuted at Number one. Derek Dennis, ABC NEWS New YORK This is ABC News.
April, the New York giraffe who became an online star, dies
"A B C's Derek Dennis has her story so long to the giraffe, named for the month of April. Fans of April the giraffe mourning her loss of the age of 20 golden years for giraffes euthanize Friday in New York due to her worsening arthritis, April became a viral sensation back in 2017. When a YouTube livestream chronicled her labor and delivery admirers from around the world watched as she became a mom for the fourth time, those same admirers and many more heart Broken over her passing Derek Dennis ABC News It is 10 Oh,
Two killed in Virginia Beach oceanfront shootings
"People are dead following a string of shootings in Virginia Beach. Here's NBC's Derek Dennis. It was a violent night in Virginia Beach. Gunfire erupting at separate locations have a very chaotic incident. Very chaotic. Night in the beach, many different crime scene. Police chief Paul knew the gate says that the first scene described as an oceanfront area, eight people were shot with wounds ranging from serious to life threatening, including a woman who died. At another related seen, police say an officer exchanged gunfire with the male suspect who was killed. The officer involved placed on administrative leave a number of persons of interest rounded up. We have several people that were stopped or in our custody right now. With their involvement in this incident is way don't know. Yet. Homicide Detectives are investigating Derek Dennis
At Least 25 Dead After Prison Break In Haitian Capital
"Com Stagger Numbers in a deadly prison break in Haiti. ABC is Derek Dennis has a story more than 400 escaped 25 were killed in the prison break, according to Haitian authorities, calling it the largest in deadliest prison incident in Haiti in a decade. It happened Thursday at a prison in Northeast Porter Prince. Authorities say the inmate escape was organized to free gang leader Arnell Joseph arrested in 2019 on charges of rape, kidnapping and murder. Joseph took off but was stopped on a motorcycle and a checkpoint Friday where police say he pulled out a gun and Died in an exchange of gunfire. So far about 60 inmates have been
At Least 25 Dead After Deadliest Prison Incident In Haiti In a Decade
"In Haiti. ABC is Derek Dennis with the numbers and Have any of the inmates been captured more than 400 escaped 25 were killed in the prison break, according to Haitian authorities, calling it the largest and deadliest prison incident in Haiti in a decade. It happened Thursday at a prison in Northeast Porter Prince. Authorities say the inmate escape was organized to free gang leader Arnell Joseph arrested in 2019 on charges of rape, kidnapping and murder. Joseph took off but was stopped on a motorcycle and a checkpoint Friday, where police say he pulled out a gun and died in an exchange of gunfire. So far about 60 inmates have been recaptured. York Dennis ABC News Have you had a chance to see some of this
"derek dennis" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"From ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis. The Senate vote not to convict former president Trump for inciting the capital insurrection falling along party lines, minus just a handful of Republicans signing with Democrats on the charge of incitement of insurrection, the majority of senators all of the Democrats, Mr Burb. Mr Burr guilty and seven Republicans finding Trump guilty but still falling short of the two thirds necessary to convict is hereby acquitted for the charity Be seen. Great ARTICLE ABC. Rachel Scott among the Republicans voting against impeachment Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, who defended his decision on the one hand while we rebuking Trump in the other, I believe America and history and the world will forever record that he's guilty of these things. Mitch McConnell said so himself and then allowed himself not to vote guilty based on a technicality, which is strange because it was his very Senate who said we have jurisdiction. Democratic Congresswoman Madeline Dean House Speaker Nancy Pelosi went even further We saw in that Senate today. Was a cowardly group of Republicans. Apparently have no options because they were afraid to defend their job. Respect the institution in which they serve. Still, Biden took the high road is president with his reaction calling for unity. After the verdict, President Biden notes the bipartisan nature with seven Republicans joining Democrats in voting guilty in the Senate. After the bipartisan vote to impeach in the House, Mr Biden says, While there was no conviction, the substance of the charge is not in dispute, not even by many opposed to Conviction like Senate Republican Minority Leader McConnell, who believes Donald Trump was guilty of a disgraceful dereliction of duty and practically and morally responsible for provoking the attack in the capital. Using McConnell's own word, ABC Stokes from the W Y o dd 24 hour Traffic.
"derek dennis" Discussed on WTVN
"I'm Derek Dennis. A new revelation a contentious phone call between President Trump in the top Republican in the House in the middle of the capital Insurrection. Republican source familiar with the call confirms this to ABC News, as does Congresswoman Jamie Herrera Butler, Washington Republican going public On Twitter, saying House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy told her about him phoning President Trump January 6th urging him to publicly tell his supporters to leave the capital. McCarthy said the president told him Well, Kevin, I guess these people are more upset about the election than you are, the source says. During the call, McCarthy told Mr Trump. He just heard gunfire outside the House chamber and was being evacuated NBC's Chuck's Iverson reports of the phone call revealed on the eve of final arguments in the Trump impeachment trial team, urging senators to vote to acquit Trump. Branding the impeachment trial, nothing more than political theater. It is constitutional cancel culture and late Friday afternoon, the trial moving into a question and answer session, the trial will resume tomorrow. Both sides would get to make their final arguments before senators cast that decisive vote on whether Trump is guilty or not guilty of inciting an insurrection. It's a booby, ABC News Capitol Hill ABC News also learning. One of Trump's impeachment lawyers. David showing threatened to quit Thursday night is tensions grew among the legal team over how videos would be used in Trump's defense sources tell ABC News It wasn't until Trump called showing directly that he agreed to remain on the job. And once the impeachment effort is over, Could we see a reemergence of Donald Trump? He is eager to reassert what he believes is his role As the leader of the Republican Party..
"derek dennis" Discussed on KOMO
"ABC News I'm Derek Dennis, a tense phone called evolving into a shouting match between Congressman Kevin McCarthy and then President Trump as the capital insurrection unfolded, ABC News confirming McCarthy called Trump furious as he was being evacuated from harm and begged Trump to call off the writers. Sources say. Trump pushed back, suggesting the rioters were more upset about the election than McCarthy was. It's a stunning revelation, considering McCarthy was one of Trump's biggest supporters, and it raises key questions in the impeachment effort. Republicans and Democrats bold asking. When did the president know the capital had been breached? And what did he do to stop it? There were also questions about Vice President Mike Pence. His safety and whether President Trump ever did anything to protect him. ABC is Rachel Scott. There's also news one of Trump's impeachment lawyers, David showing to quit Thursday night. His tensions grew among the legal team over how videos would be used in Trump's defense Sources tell ABC News It wasn't until Trump called showing directly, maybe agreed to remain on the job. All this on the eve of what could be a Senate vote on impeachment. Tomorrow. It appears there aren't enough Republican votes to convict attorney Bruce Castor, closing out the day making the argument that Democrats in the House were part of a constitutional cancel culture, and the Trump didn't incite that mob at the Capitol. Is it possible that President Trump's disdain Political violence could be any clearer to the person's listening as he was speaking notably, the Trump defense did not address those rioters. It said they were at the Capitol on behalf of the president. Though a conviction of Trump is unlikely 17 Republicans would have to vote him guilty. Alex Brechet. ABC NEWS Washington, Meantime, a high honor for Capitol police officer Eugene Goodman, widely considered a hero of the insurrection, all 100 senators, giving him a standing ovation as he is awarded.
"derek dennis" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"From ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis President Biden making headlines for weighing in on whether former President Trump should continue to receive intelligence briefings. I'd rather not speculate out loud. I just think that there is no need for him to have that that intelligence briefing What value is giving him and intelligent defeat? What impact? Does he have it all other than the fact he might slip and say something. Biden in an interview with CBS News, where he cited Trump's erratic behavior during his presidency, the former president has to actually request an intelligence briefing before receiving one so far, he has not. President Biden also pushing ahead with his covert relief package, even without much GOP support Senate Democrats forging ahead on covert relief, creating the option of leaving Republicans behind Vice President Kamila Harris, breaking a 50 50 tie after a grueling 15 hour session, where senators got to vote on amendments to the White House is $1.9 trillion covert relief plan. It could shape what ends up in the final bill. The budget reconciliation bill that passed means Democrats can pass coronavirus relief without any GOP support. And remember ABC NEWS Washington a major security breach at joint base Andrews in Maryland, a suspect with no security clearance, able to infiltrate the facility and board a plane he's been charged with federal trespassing. An investigation is underway, along with a security review at Air Force installations around the world on the coronavirus, mass vaccination science. We're opening up across the country, many of them in sports arenas. One open Friday in New York City. It's opening.
Biden says "no need" for Trump to still receive intel briefings
"About former president Trump Biden, in an interview of CBS News, says Trump, being privy to intelligence briefings raises the possibility he quote might slip and say something because of his erratic behavior. Trump has to actually request in intelligence briefing before receiving one I'm Derek Dennis. ABC
Tacoma police vehicle plows through crowd watching street race
"Struck a bystander in Washington state. It was a violent confrontation in the middle of a Tacoma intersection. Police responding to 911 calls and finding about 100, people in the street and multiple cars blocking traffic witness Corey Laces. One police vehicle was quickly surrounded in a cop car reverses and then Drives full speed towards a crowd of people already say the officer inside tried to drive to safety and struck one person, possibly more laces. Others were definitely hit, but the main victim was nearly killed, Entire marks all over his body belly out. His shoes are off like I honestly it was like something out of a movie. The city's police chief, turning the investigation over to an outside agency Derek Dennis. ABC NEWS Arizona
"derek dennis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"News. I'm Derek Dennis. There's a deal in place over when to start the Senate impeachment trial of former President Trump, and it involves a delay to give both sides time. On Monday, The House plans to deliver the inciting insurrection Impeachment article against Donald Trump, but the actual trial won't start until the week of February. 8 Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says That's to give both sides time to prepare legal arguments. While the Senate works on Cabinet nominations and the covert relief bill ABC is Andy Field while the former president is accused of inciting the capital insurrection. So is Kentucky's attorney general Daniel Cameron, who presided over the Briana Taylor case. Some former Briana Taylor In jury members have weighed in on the shooting investigation, joining a call for impeachment of Kentucky's attorney general for his role in that case, plus his engineering of robo calls that led to the crowd that invaded the U. S. Capitol, ABC News legal analyst Royal Oaks Images of National Guard soldiers camped out on the floor of a cold parking garage while protecting the nation's capital are sparking calls for an investigation. Album police facing allegations they relegated the troops to that garage. President Biden reportedly expressed his dismay to the chief of the National Guard and First lady, Dr Jill Biden expressed her thanks to the troops personally with a batch of cookies. For my family's sake, better troop accommodations are said to be in place now. Condolences worldwide over the death of baseball Hall of Famer Hank Aaron. His family says the African American hero passed away Friday in asleep, seven year old fan Jonathan Verite. Paying tribute to Aaron Friday. It's a statue of him in Atlanta. He's really important to people at me. Mommy Way,.
"derek dennis" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Elect Biden's inauguration. The FBI declined to discuss details of the process, but we're told it's similar to a standard background check. National guards would likely already be aware of any guardsmen who has been associated with their expressed support for extremism. But the undertaking reflects the security concerns associated with the inauguration following the insurrection of the capital and highlights the fear that some here to protect could pose a threat. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS Washington, head of the inauguration, with the FBI, vetting all 25,000 National Guard troops, they're trying to protect the U. S. Capitol. Here's Major General William Walker, the commanding general of the district of Cumbia National Guard. Allow me to say how proud I am of the almost 25,000 National Guardsmen who have come in from all 50 states and territories to help Support the Secret Service. And the police departments again. Major General William Walker Ah laundry list of pardons from President Trump expected just before he officially leaves office. Rappers, white collar criminals drug offenders, people serving exceptionally long prison sentences about 100 names reportedly on the list for President Trump's final round of parties before he exits the White House. The New York Times reports Trump allies have collected tens of thousands of dollars from people seeking pardons, but sources say the president is not expected to pardon himself. This ABC News Washington Post poll says 68% of Americans are opposed to Trump granting himself a pardon Derek Dennis ABC News It's 1 19, a Texas man has been arrested in connection with a capital insurrection. Earlier this month, he allegedly threatened his family. If they turned him in guy, ref. It associates himself with the militia extremist group Texas Freedom Force and appears to have been pepper sprayed on Capitol grounds. When he returned home to Texas Court records said Refa told his family members he had gone to Washington and storm the capital. He also allegedly threatened the lives of his son and daughter. If they said anything telling them if you turn me in, you're a traitor. And you know what happens to traitors. Traitors get shot! Ref. It was arrested by the FBI on charges of unlawful entry and obstruction. Aaron Kit Risky ABC News Washington to major events in Washington this week, of course, Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday but also the potential started the second impeachment trial of President Trump. But some are asking who is defending the president? Here's a B C's Karen Travers in Washington Senate impeachment trial could get underway as early as Wednesday or Thursday, but President Trump's legal team is not yet set his personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, telling ABC late son The night. He will not be on the impeachment legal team even after he was spotted at the White House this weekend and told ABC he was working on the case. But Giuliani now says that because you spoke at the rally on January 6 before the attack on the Capitol, he's a witness and cannot participate in court or in the Senate chamber Lawyers who defended President Trump during the first impeachment trial are not expected to take part this time. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington It may not be the kind of immortality the outgoing president may have wanted CBS Vicki Barker has more from London about a new museum exhibit first spotted flying above anti Trump protesters in central London and 2018. The Donald Trump baby Blip has now been acquired by the Museum of London. The giant inflatable caricature depicts the U. S president as a baby in diapers, mouth forming that characteristic square shaped phone in hand, ready to tweet from the days when Donald Trump could still tweet. So this really is a museum piece. Vicki Barker. CBS NEWS London Russian authorities have brought Alexei Navalny to a court hearing in a hurry organized this morning inside the Moscow police station. More details from ABC is Patrick reveal. The opposition leader was arrested at the airport just after landing in Russia for the first time since his nerve agent poisoning last summer. Authorities are trying to jail Navalny over an old suspended sentence already denounced internationally is politically motivated. Navalny's lawyers learned about the hearing just minutes before it started. An international outcry is growing, and Joe Biden's incoming administration has demanded Navalny's release. Passion Regal ABC News At the Foreign desk. WBZ NEWS RADIO is.
"derek dennis" Discussed on WTVN
"I'm Derek Dennis President elect Joe Biden already setting an agenda for his 1st 100 days in office. Many of his initiatives rolling back Trump policies. In a new memo, incoming White House chief of staff Ron Claim laying out a plan for President Biden's 1st 10 days, taking action and setting a tone on policy. Biden's first day in office will begin with a burst of executive actions. The plan will be to sign around a dozen orders on Inauguration Day, asking the Department of Education to extend the paws on student loan payments. Will rejoin the Paris agreement. Reverse the travel ban on mainly Muslim countries and issue a mask mandate on federal property and Interstate travel. Alex Stone. ABC NEWS Washington With the inauguration only a few days away new details about President Trump's plan to leave the White House for the last time making the decades long tradition of the outgoing president, leaving from the steps of the Capitol. As the Trump said with former President Barack Obama and said President Trump wants an elaborate send off, sources say he's requested a red carpet and a military band. By the time President elect Joe Biden takes the oath of office, Trump plans to be out of Washington and on his way to Mar a Lago. BC's Rachel Scott. Arrests are mounting from the capital riots among those now charged him Jonetta far right blogger who goes by baked Alaska in charging documents. Prosecutors say he was live streaming for 27. Minutes while allegedly in the capital that he could be heard chanting Patriots or in control at one point, turning around the camera and showing his face and later allegedly claiming to be media and yelling at police, Joan at the latest in a long list of those who are now under arrest and charged connected to the capital siege, Alex Stone, ABC News Washington and another arrest this one happening on Saturday outside the capital of Virginia Man arrested at a checkpoint after showing a phony inauguration badge and having a loaded gun and ammunition in his pickup. Truck. You're listening to ABC news..
"derek dennis" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"ABC News. I'm well, Reeve. Four more people traveled over the holiday period than expected. The T s a screen nearly 18 million people from December 18th till yesterday. Triple A forecast 2.9 million in total. That's concerning health experts. Also concerning the slower than expected pace of vaccinations, Health and human services Secretary Alex Cesar. We've seen a very rapid uptake just in the last 72 hours of reporting 1.5 million additional administrations of the vaccine. And working with our state's I'm I'm very hopeful that we're going to see a continued rapid uptick in that President Trump and President elect Joe Biden will both be in Georgia today, Campaigning ahead of the two run off elections tomorrow that will determine which party controls the U. S. Senate. Georgia's secretary of state Brad Rapids, Burger said the president is just plain wrong on claims of voter fraud in this state. This after the president was heard asking Raffles Burger to quote find enough votes to reverse the outcome in a state Joe Biden won decisively. This is ABC News victims and Family members of those allegedly shot by an Illinois teenager and Kenosha, Wisconsin during protest last summer are suing authorities. ABC is Derek Dennis $20 million is what the victims and family members want alleging law enforcement committed intentional acts of negligence by allowing 17 year old Kyle Rittenhouse to roam the streets openly armed during the August protests over the police shooting of Jacob Blake. Notice of claims have been filed against the city and county of Kenosha, the Kenosha police chief, the Kenosha County sheriff. Least department and the sheriff's office. Three people were wounded. Two died after Rittenhouse opened fire. He's free on $2 million bond posted after a funding campaign by celebrity donors. Derek Dennis ABC News broke who is reportedly in talks to buy the rights to quit. He's content. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that under the terms of the deal, Roque, who would acquire the rights to quit his entire library? In October, the short form streaming platform announced it would be shutting down. It debuted in April after raising nearly $2 billion well. Reeve ABC News NEWSMAX.
Chicago-area hospital pauses vaccinations after 4 workers experience adverse reactions
"Hospital pauses. It's vaccinations after some adverse reactions were reported, and four people who got that shot A B C's Derek Dennis, there were at least four hospital staffers, a condo medical center in Libertyville, outside Chicago, reporting negative reactions to the shots, including tangling and elevated heart rate three years said to be doing well. The fourth required additional treatment. The health system says the cases account for a small fraction of the approximately 3000 individuals who've received vaccination so far. Their facilities. The hospital's now pausing all cool with 19 vaccinations to study what happened out of an abundance of caution.
Op-Ed Urging Jill Biden To Drop The 'Dr.' Sparks Outrage Online
"Publishing of an opinion piece that criticizes this soon to be first lady. ABC is Derek Dennis has more overwhelming support for Dr Jill Biden, the nation's first lady in waiting after a Wall Street Journal opinion writer took issue with her use of the title doctor. Mrs. Biden has a doctorate in education and has been teaching for 36 years, but writer Joseph Epstein wrote over the weekend. Yes, you might drop the doctor before your name, adding, it sounds and feels fraudulent. Not to say a touch comic Epstein went on to write a wise man once said that no one should call himself doctor unless he has delivered a child. Critics are blasting the writer and the Wall Street Journal for publishing the piece calling. It's sexist and misogynistic. Derek Dennis ABC News Come on, Whose time 10
Tesla publishes its first-ever diversity report revealing leadership is 83% male and 59% White
"Comes clean about diversity with disappointing findings. ABC is Derek Dennis. Reports in its first diversity, report says Well, admits African Americans make up only 4% of its leadership roles in the U. S and only 10% of its total American workforce. Corporation. Also admitting women account for only 17% of leadership. Dr. Allison Scott, the Cape Poor Center protect diversity tells ABC News. How Tesla plans to do better mentioned that some of their next step will be recruiting from HPC use and also holding unconscious sized trainings. And those are obviously worthy initiative businesses in the report. We know that our numbers do not represent the deep talent pools of black and African American talent.
Trump attends first campaign rally since losing election
"Senators in runoff elections. President Trump will have to walk a fine line in today's rally he spent weeks claim Election fraud. But now once Georgians to get out the vote for Republicans David Perdue and Kelly Leffler president have shown America what's possible here. You've given us hope, locked in a tight and bitter runoff race of Democrats, Jonah Softened Raphael Warnock moment. Um, is with us. The other side knows it. They're running scared and they should be the outcome of the January 5th run off critical in deciding the balance of power in the Senate and produces a simple choice between headed down the road to socialism. Or to keep our freedom Freedom. Derek Dennis ABC News while House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she and the Republican Senate leader Mitch
Presidential turkeys arrive in Washington DC ahead of annual White House Turkey Pardon
"It's that time of year. Another presidential turkey pardon set for today. It was just a year ago, President Trump had mercy on a turkey, continuing a tradition of presidents pardoning the poultry this year. The candidates are corn and Cobb, too broad breasted white turkeys, bread and fed for size raised by a turkey farmer in Iowa and brought to Washington for a luxury hotel stay before the big decision and online poll choosing which one is pardoned, while the other goes to an exhibit at Virginia Tech President Trump doing the honors in the Rose Garden, as he and other presidents have done year after year. You A full and complete heart. Derek Dennis ABC News Katie Air