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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
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"I'm Derek Dennis, remembering former New York City Mayor David Dinkins, who died Monday night of his home on Manhattan's Upper East Side. Born in 1927 Deacons, with the first and on Lee African American today to lead the nation's largest city. Ironically, Dinkins gave a speech at the Nash No press club in 1990 that seemed to foreshadow the current political climate to crest of the conservative flood has passed. Republicans still occupy the White House. But the conservative coalition has lost its way. Rudy Giuliani defeated Dinkins after just one term in the 1993 mayoral race. Dinkins was 93 years old. President elect Joe Biden has been ascertained by the Trump administration, clearing the presidential transition, but not without some choice words from the head of the General Services Administration. And from President Trump. GSC Administrator Emily Murphy, in her letter, insists the White House never pressured her. But right after her letter came out, President Trump tweeted quote. I am recommending that Emily and her team do what needs to be done with regard to initial protocols and have told my team to do the same. ABC struck Seaver. It's in me time, Biden has made several Cabinet picks, many of them making history. Former Fed chair Janet Yellen, his Treasury secretary, the first woman in the role among others at Homeland Security. The first ever Latino nominated his secretary Han drove my Yorkis making clear his would be a very different DHS than during the Trump administration tweeting that is an immigrant. He will now protect those who flee persecution in search of a better life for themselves and their loved ones at the U. N. Retired career Foreign service diplomat Linda Thomas Greenfield. Raised in the segregated South would hold a position of U. N Ambassador NBC's Martha Rabbits. Despite the continuing spread of the Corona virus, and CDC warnings, the T s a reporting some three million travelers passing through security at the start of the Thanksgiving rush. You're listening to ABC News. From the W Y o D 24 hour traffic.
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"I'm Derek Dennis celebrations overnight in cities across the US over the victory of President elect Joe Biden, his acceptance speech and his home state of Delaware last night. Energizing Americans from all walks of life. Germany dreams have been deferred for too long. We must make the promise of the country really for everybody, no matter their race, restiveness it either faith, their identity or their disability. Also speaking vice President elect Kamala Harris, the first woman in the first person of color to hold the position. She's also the first graduate of a historically black college, Howard University and the first member of a divine nine sorority to rise to the number two spot. It's so exciting to see the American people get to know the combo we've seen. I've known for 30 plus years they're part of Harris is inner circle, even wearing her sorority colors of pink and green all work to get her elected. Using network's most Americans haven't heard up before. Like the group of black sororities and fraternities known as the Divine Nine. The You Know the length all of our Social organization, black churches. We got out, but as meaningful as this win is to them, it's their Children's reaction. That means the most. I was able to take four new voters to the polls. Three of them my Children, and one of them might. Niece, ABC is Melanie Lawson. First order of business for the Biden Harris ticket. Establishing a Corona virus taskforce on Monday, is part of the presidential transition team. Ask for President Trump. So far, he has not conceded the election, and there's no indication he will anytime soon. The significance is that the concession is what tells your supporters that you accept the result of the election at legitimate. That everyone should election and sort of move on. We should all try toe work together. Going forward. University of Chicago law Professor Jonathan Maser, you're listening to ABC News from the W Y O D 24 hour Traffic.
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"I'm Derek Dennis, a stunning claim from the chief of staff of the White House, suggesting the Trump administration has given up on controlling the Corona virus. White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, telling CNN State of the union. We're not going to control the pandemic, we are going to control the fact that we get vaccines there appeared a top infectious disease official, Dr Anthony Fauci and other experts have said for months you don't need to shut down the economy. But you can control the virus. You know the wearing of masks, the keeping of distance to avoiding crap. Out's trying to do things to the best that you can outdoors more than indoors and washing hands. The virus has not been controlled inside the White House. Chuck's Iverson, ABC New vice president Mike Pence, keeping up his campaign schedule, despite several members of his inner circle testing positive for Corona virus. He was in North Carolina Sunday, North Carolina. And America need four more years of President Donald Trump in the White House. But there are concerns on Capitol Hill regarding the vice president's exposure, he said to preside over Monday's confirmation vote of Judge Amy Cockney parent to the Supreme Court. The White House justifying pen's not quarantining by calling him an essential worker under CDC guidelines. Meantime, Democrat Joe Biden holding a virtual fundraising event Sunday featuring several celebrities, everything is a state from the environment to our health. You heard what is is claming Watson. I'm talking about the violent climate change. Biden and his wife, Jill, they're worsening fire conditions in California,.
Tropical Storm Zeta expected to strengthen into hurricane
"Hasn't yet a lead up yet Another storm taking aim at the Gulf Coast A. B C's Derek Dennis reports Tropical Storm Zeta is turning south of western Cuba and could make its way to the Louisiana Gulf Coast by Wednesday. 40 Mile an hour winds were clocked early Sunday morning, but forecasters have the storm growing toe a low grade hurricane with landfall somewhere between Lafayette, Louisiana and Pensacola, Florida, Xavier has put the 2020 hurricane season in the record books as the 27th name. Form of the year on Ly the second year ever to see 27 named storms. Derek
Judge blocks Texas governor's order limiting mail ballot drop-off sites
"Have multiple ballot drop off locations, at least for now. The federal judges block to Texas Governor Greg Abbott's order limiting ballot drop offs effectively backing up Democrats concerns over voter suppression. In an order issued late Friday night, U S District Judge Robert Pittman of Austin stopped an effort allowing counties to have multiple mail ballot drop off sites. The order save agents of the state are blocked from taking any action to inhibit election administrators from offering more than one drop off location for ballots in their respective counties. It's a major victory for voting rights groups and voters who complained of the Republican governors move as a voter suppression tactic. That's correspondent Derek Dennis and the state is expected to Appeal. Starting
Kentucky AG Seeks To Delay Release Of Breonna Taylor Grand Jury Recording
"Kentucky attorney general's office requested a week long delay to process the court ordered release of the grand jury recordings in the Briana Taylor case. They were supposed to be released today. Those grand jury recordings being made available after a juror filed a motion that was granted by a judge to lift the secrecy of the proceedings as a way to dispute the conclusion. Of Attorney General Daniel Cameron and his prosecution of the officers involved in Briana Taylor's death demonstrators and Taylor's family have been calling for the grand jury transcripts to be released for the recordings are a step further. Taylor family attorney ll Anita Baker praising the judge's decision. I think that in the interest of justice that this deserves to be made public on DH, she did the right thing. Derek Dennis
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"Derek Dennis to Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies, male and female wounded in the head and elsewhere multiple times in an apparent ambush tonight, have it at a train station and content not far from the sheriff station. The deputies they're said to be gravely wounded than a manhunt for suspect is underway. Rallying supporters in Nevada Sandri night President Trump accusing Democrats of election fraud ahead of November and attacking Joe Biden is the worst candidate in the history of presidential politics. He doesn't know he's alive. Before the event, Biden criticised Trump for holding reckless rallies that ignore the realities of covert 19 and endanger public health. In the Western wildfires. At least 22 are dead as multiple fires burn in California, Oregon and Washington. The smoke and flames impacting air quality. I've lived here in L. A for over 15 years and in California most of my life and I've never seen anything like this for a week. It has been a thick fog of smoke outside. Today. It's even worse than it has been. You can't see very far. The smoke smell burns into your longs people here in L A or being told it's unhealthy to breathe to remain indoors to avoid going out and definitely not to exercise outside in a BCS. Alex Stone, the attorney for the Georgia man, seeing on video, being held on the ground and punched by officers is demanding he be released from jail with the video and the evidence in this case is undisputed going to show Is that Roger was doing nothing wrong to Clinton County Sheriff's deputies has shown violently pending Roderick Walker down by his neck after he and his friends were pulled over in a Rideshare vehicle least one of the sheriff's deputies could be heard on the viral video, accusing the man of biting him. Lots of activity in the tropics. A tropical storm in the Caribbean grown into hurricane poulet threatening Bermuda by Sunday night, and Tropical Storm Sally is gaining strength in the Gulf. Taking aim at Louisiana could be a hurricane by Tuesday. You're listening to ABC news. Have you ever thought about saying good bye to your job? Just walking into your boss and saying I quit. And how would you like to commute to work without ever leaving your home will not long ago, A 39, year old entrepreneur from a billionaire family spent $20 million.3 years to find the best home based business in North America. He researched 70 different companies, and when he found the on ly one that had really long term potential, he bought it, and right now he's looking for people to help him turned this company into his next billion dollars success story. So if you're serious about making money from home without having to leave your home will grab a pen because I'm about to give.
"derek dennis" Discussed on WRVA
"News. I'm Derek Dennis the CDC out with new guidelines on reopening the nation's public schools from Corona virus closures, recommending face coverings for Children over the age of two and social distancing. We're prepared to work with each jurisdiction as they try to adopt those guidelines based on The local public health advice that they have no local school board advice they have. CDC director Robert Redfield time is running out on Capitol Hill for millions of Americans their expanded unemployment benefits amid the Corona virus. Are set to expire this weekend. Republicans in Congress are struggling to agree on a plan for the next Corona virus relief fill the big sticking point. Here is the $600 weekly payments have been going to help unemployed Americans make ends meet. Some Republicans feel that amount is simply too high. They say it discourages Americans from getting backto work. But while Republicans debate these payments are set to expire this weekend, impacting as many as 30 million American BBC's Mary Bruise, too. Big Storm is headed for parts of the U. S this weekend Hurricane Douglas and Hawaii and Tropical Storm Hanna aiming at the Texas Gulf Coast, where perhaps they're underway. Besides the usual equipment, lifejackets rubber rats, Houston's high water rescue vehicles have added a covert kit that includes 300 masks, and they're also include a complement of gowns, goggles glows and anything else that would be needed to protect both the citizen and a member. I meant exposure to co the Houston fire departments. Michael Myers says 59 members of the department already have tested positive. One fire captain has died of covert 19 Jim Really in ABC News Dallas Homecoming for President Trump's former lawyer,.
LinkedIn laying off nearly 1,000 amid hiring slowdown
"Know things are tough when a company that's all about finding jobs starts cutting jobs linked in known for connecting potential employees, with employers announcing its laying off nearly 1000 of it's own workers, blaming the corona virus pandemic impacting corporate recruiting and a dramatic slowdown in hiring worldwide. The cuts are about 6% of the Microsoft owner networking platforms workforce and will be concentrated in its sales and hiring divisions. CEO Ryan was Lansky calls the downsizing difficult but necessary. Sorry to see the company through the global pandemic, he says. No further layoffs are planned. Derek Dennis ABC News New YORK,
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"I'm Derek Dennis Congress and the Nation of Lost a civil rights legend Democratic Congressman John Lewis, representing George's fifth Congressional District. For 17 terms, died Friday. ABC is Byron Pitts remembers the man he often covered all the dark days in American history that he witnessed. He was a partner was also alone was optimistic people I've ever known. He loved America, as much of a American I've ever met be remembered as the man who gave his school measure. Service nation every time he was called, But tonight as I said the rest with Congressman Lewis was diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer in December. He was 80 years old. New numbers on the Corona virus nationwide showed the pandemic is not slowing down. In fact, the virus is reaching staggering Milestone. US States report. Record tests completed 852,000 and record cases in a single day, 77,000 as well as 951 deaths, according to the covert tracking project. The total cases include 5000 from a reporting backlog in Texas. The latest global tally from Johns Hopkins University includes these milestones more than 14 million diagnose. Cases and more than 600,000 deaths. ABC is Chuck Stevenson. Health officials say the way to stop the virus mass and social distancing Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti pleading with his constituents to do their part. Every Angelino must wear a mask. No mask, no service. Garcetti says history will remember and record whether we've all done all we can to stop the pandemic, adding, Let's make our actions count Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg vowing to stay on the bench and continue to serve her country, even with the recurrence of pancreatic cancer and the.
Some state officials make mask mandates, roll back reopenings as COVID-19 cases spike
"I'm Derek Dennis with covert 19 cases surging across the country, several governors or issuing mandates for masks in public seven day average of fatalities in South Carolina, Florida, Texas, Arizona and California, nearly doubling in the last month, Louisiana's governor, issuing a statewide mass mandate and rolling back reopening plans from Texas State officials reported a record more than 10,000 confirmed cases. The highest since the
Chief Justice John Roberts was hospitalized last month after a fall, Supreme Court says
"It was just over two weeks ago, Chief Justice Roberts had to be taken away by ambulance and stayed overnight in the hospital. He suffered a head injury that required stitches. No explanation why the incident wasn't revealed publicly when it happened. The secret kept confidential until someone tipped off a reporter. Roberts has suffered two seizures in the past, but the high court says his doctors Ruled that out as a cause they believed he was dehydrated. Derek Dennis ABC NEWS the FBI's during an
Brazil stops releasing Covid-19 death toll and wipes data from official site
"Brazil's government is no longer publishing its numbers on the corona virus A. B. C.'s Derek Dennis reports it's an extraordinary movie critics call way to hide the true toll of the corona virus in Brazil and experts say by not reporting its latest numbers it'll be impossible to gauge the true depth of the pandemic in the country critics have been saying for months that Brazil's Copa nineteen statistics are deficient in some cases manipulated the country's last official numbers show thirty four thousand coronavirus deaths the third highest number in the world ahead of Italy and six hundred fifteen thousand infections the second highest behind the U. S.
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"The news I'm Derek Dennis protests in multiple states over continuing coronavirus restrictions those that have been fully reopen getting an earful from demonstrated strong and it needs to be called out not.
"Snow in Central Park! In May!": Rare snowfall ties 1977 record
"No right before mother's day yes it happened A. B. C.'s Derek Dennis reports check your calendar and remember the date of may ninth snow fall in New York City Central Park the flakes flying overnight Saturday a light dusting landing on the grass sidewalks and cars parked nearby the northeastern part of the U. S. had been expected to get a cold burst of winter with light snow thanks to the polar vortex getting its dates mixed up but the timing of the snow is one for the record books the new York snowfall ties the record for the latest snowfall in the season set back in nineteen seventy
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"I'm Derek Dennis gorgeous weather across the U. S. on Saturday drew people outside some for the first time in weeks cooped up over coronavirus fears many wearing masks and social distancing others not so much Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot angry over crowns violating state home mortars and gathering in large numbers going to a party now during this pandemic well Chicagoans are still dying every day is a height of foolishness scenes in Chicago echoed in other parts of the country where leaders are under pressure to reopen or expand their reopening governors across the country grappling with the monumental decision reopened their states too soon risking lives or too late risking livelihoods in Georgia where governor Brian Campbell led the charge to get back to business forty five hundred more cases since April twenty seventh ABC's Trevor Ault so once the decision making like state to state A. B. C.'s Markham R. Millar takes a look at New Jersey governor Phil Murphy put forth a six point outline for re opening the state and says that nothing moves forward without seeing numbers drop public health creates economic health that means that we need to build confidence that we are ready for our restart so you can have the confidence that you need as it begins Saturday morning golf courses were allowed to welcome back patrons and it'll be up to counties to decide when to reopen their parks Margaret Millar ABC news New York elsewhere social distancing rules are getting pushed back from the public in Oklahoma City a requirement that face masks be worn when entering the store or restaurant led to threats and physical violence against workers city manager says the offenders are under the mistaken belief that the requirement of a facemask is unconstitutional still the danger and confusion created has led city leaders to reverse the order and simply recommend mass be warned you're listening to ABC news W. two seven seven CVW TM Jay Belafonte had its wealth.
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"From ABC news Derek Dennis another corona virus relief packages been signed by president trump the four hundred eighty four billion dollar measure will help replenish the paycheck protection program for businesses to keep their workers employed on providing much needed funding for hospitals and covert nineteen testing meantime Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell under fire from governors for suggesting states that are asking the federal government for assistance in the coronavirus crisis should instead declare bankruptcy New York governor Andrew Cuomo fired back calling the idea dump forget the morality of it the ethics of it and the the third any of it and the meanness of it legally a steak can't declare bankruptcy you would need a federal law allowing states to declare bankruptcy so to the Senate that proposed it I say pass a law allowing states to declare bankruptcy I dare you Cuomo says McConnell's suggestion would send the markets into a free fall and the fallout continues over president trump's disinfected comments were suggested disinfected being injected into people as a cure for corona virus is an interesting idea president in the White House now trying to walk those comments back president trump says he didn't seriously suggest that people inject cleaning fluid to cure covert said sarcastically it was it was put in the form of a question to a group of extraordinarily hostile people but his medical advisor Dr Deborah Burke's telling fox news that she heard a serious question I think it's new information he likes to talk that through out loud and then really have that dialogue and so that's what dialogue he was happening in the field ABC news Washington parent company of Lysol issuing a statement saying under no circumstance should R. disinfectant products be administered into the human body you're listening to ABC news Arizona state KTA are on air ninety two three FM online A. T. T. A. R. dot com and streaming live on the KTAR news app your breaking news and traffic it's ten oh two I'm Deborah Dale here's our top story one person is dead after a helicopter crash in mesa the chopper went down this afternoon in the field it sure would park near U. S. sixty in safely drive the other person inside the helicopter taken to a hospital in unknown condition police say no one on the ground was hurt the FAA will be investigating it tells KTRK Katie a are at this point they don't know what caused the helicopter to crash.
"derek dennis" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Derek Dennis another corona virus relief packages been signed by president trump the four hundred eighty four billion dollar measure will help replenish the paycheck protection program for businesses to keep their workers employed while providing much needed funding for hospitals and covert nineteen testing meantime Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell under fire from governors for suggesting states that are asking the federal government for assistance in the corona virus crisis should instead declare bankruptcy New York governor Andrew Cuomo fired back calling the idea dump forget the morality of it the ethics of it and the the thirty day of it and the meanness of it legally a state can't declare bankruptcy you would need a federal law allowing states to declare bankruptcy so to the Senate that proposed it I say passed a law allowing states to declare bankruptcy I dare you Cuomo says McConnell's suggestion would send the markets into a free fall and the fallout continues over president trump's disinfected comments were suggested disinfected being injected into people as a cure for corona virus is an interesting idea president in the White House down trying to walk those comments back president trump says he didn't seriously suggest that people inject cleaning fluid to cure covert said sarcastically it was it was put in the form of a question to a group of extraordinarily hostile people but his medical advisor Dr Deborah Burke's telling fox news that she heard a serious question new information he likes to talk that through out loud and then really have that dialogue and so that's what dialogue he was happening in the field ABC news Washington parent company of Lysol issuing a statement saying under no circumstance should R. disinfectant products be administered into the human body you're listening to ABC news it is shocking that your home could be stolen this usually let me share two story Debra learned that brutal lesson when thieves found the title to her hold on line then they forged the documents to appear she sold her home but she hadn't been they borrowed thousands using her home's equity devry didn't know she was a victim until for closure notices arrived interdiction notice followed she spent a fortune trying to get a hold back the crime is home title fraud in the F. B. I..
Seattle - Coronavirus Latest In Washington: approaches 13,000 Cases, 724 Deaths
"Harris with what one county leader says about others who are pushing for people to get back to work plus traffic and weather on the floors after ABC news it's nine o'clock from ABC news Derek Dennis no questions at Friday's White House coronavirus task force briefing as the trump administration tries to walk back and outright avoid the fallout over president trump's disinfected as a cue or for coronavirus comet spawning to the backlash the White House press secretary at first said the president was taken out of context asserted himself so he was just being sarcastic by your comments about injections of disinfectant they're they're quite Russian sarcastically to reporters like you just to see what would happen if he was talking to the experts not to the reporters when he made the suggestion A. B. C.'s chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl Lysol issuing a statement saying under no circumstance should R. disinfectant products be administered to the human body the U. S. death toll from the coronavirus down past fifty thousand people but that's not stopping several states from loosening lockdown orders and allowing some businesses and activities to resume including in Wisconsin where golf courses are open the clubhouses close the golf shop is closed clubhouse the only thing open is we can allow access to the restrooms were checking people went outside or that prepaying online ahead of time so it's it's a different world oriented Steve Spangler at a golf resort in Luxemburg Wisconsin meantime more than twenty six million workers in the U. S. of applied for unemployment benefits at the corona virus began and the result has been long lines at food banks and growing frustration that stimulus bill signed into law by the president pumping four hundred and eighty million dollars into the economy for small businesses and more than twenty six million unemployed workers nationwide one in four Americans see someone in their household has lost the job to the pandemic in Miami lakes Florida with their families in line for food
"derek dennis" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"C. news I'm Derek Dennis the lines appear to be drawn between president trump and many of the nation's governors with tough talk on both sides over covert nineteen response president trump Saturday pushing back against some governors who disagree with the white house's timeline to reopen the country has press briefing trump touting his administration's response to the pandemic and dismissing concerns from state leaders about covert nineteen testing calling it a quote partisan witch hunt on these governors at some of them complained I must tell you for the most part we get along great with them but some of them like to complain injured ember ABC news what to that even more push back over the small business relief fund it's out of money and the president is blaming the Democrats for stalling on a new relief package lawmakers are now considering adding another two hundred and fifty billion dollars to refresh the paycheck protection program after roughly three hundred and fifty billion dollars quickly ran out the vital loan lifeline was cut off after being overwhelmed with requests A. B. C.'s Rachel Scott house speaker Nancy Pelosi says Congress is very close to reaching a bipartisan deal on a new covert nineteen relief package meantime protests in several cities across the country demanding leaders live stay at home orders and allow people to get on with their lives testers in San Diego California joining the increasing number of Americans openly disobeying their states stayed home orders marching on state capitals from Kentucky to Michigan this week joined by demonstrations in Maryland Texas and Nevada today when Florida protesters says the lockdowns need to be lifted now.
"derek dennis" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Derek Dennis now that president trump is laid out as guidelines for states to re open from corona virus lockdowns including a downward trajectory of new infections and deaths businesses are wondering what their next step should be and they're not alone many states now looking for their next steps to in Las Vegas for the famed strip lies empty the mayor pleading to reopen high Sierra that we're gonna have deaths caused by people just throwing their hands up I can't handle this anymore Texas governor Greg Abbott becoming one of the first to announce plans to reopen some stores next week but only for curbside pickups no customers inside A. B. C.'s which Johnson testing and temperature screenings could both be used as barometers to reopen the country state by state fever is a common symptom of coronavirus infections but doctor Fred Jacobs a pulmonologist and former commissioner of the New Jersey health department told us taking temperatures is unreliable the trouble is much of the transmission occurs before there are any symptoms or signs of infection so temperature as a screening tool may be deceiving you're missing all the people who are contagious who are shedding virus whose temperature is normal and you're letting them circulate temperature checks doctor Jacobs said are a poor substitute protesting Erin cutters he ABC news New York debt collectors could be after the stimulus checks and direct deposits being sent from the trump administration millions of Americans receiving twelve hundred dollar corona virus relief checks from the IRS some of them may see that money go as quickly as it came debt collectors could take the money to satisfy certain types of debt in what appears to be a legislative oversight while the cure's act protects borrowers with federal student loans are unpaid taxes from having their stimulus checks garnished it does nothing to stop private lenders a bipartisan group of lawmakers have called on treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin to direct banks from garnishing payments Dave Packer ABC news you're listening to seven seven CVW TM Jay Belafonte annex wealth management studio.
"derek dennis" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Derek Dennis protests are being staged across the U. S. against the crippling stay at home borders the country is suffering through amid the corona virus pandemic and the finding a supporter and president trump despite his own health experts saying it's not safe to gathering crowds the president tweeted liberate Minnesota Michigan and Virginia where his supporters are marching to protest those rules so I see the way they work and they seem to be very responsible people to me health officials saying it's the stay at home rules that are responsible for lowering the infection rate and they shouldn't be lifted until there's enough testing in place Andy field ABC news Washington New York governor Andrew Cuomo and the president took a moment Friday to criticize each other in real time as Cuomo was giving his daily coronavirus press briefing president trump tweeted Cuomo should complain less and do more including giving thanks for extra hospital beds and ventilators Cuomo quickly responded many times you want me to say thank you I thank you for doing your job this was your role as president governor Cuomo added he needs the president to do more by sending unrestricted federal funding to a state another struggling with losses due to the pandemic doctors at the university of Chicago are hopeful that a drug once tested for Ebola will help some cold in nineteen patients recover A. B. C. news talk to one man who says his corona virus symptoms all but disappeared when he was given the drug read does appear and he was not alone nearly all of the one hundred thirteen patients with severe symptoms were reportedly given a whim disappear and have since been taken off ventilators or discharged two of the patients have died researchers urging caution saying the report offers a small snapshot of a wider study involving more than a hundred locations and it shouldn't be used to draw a conclusion he sees Alex Perez as for re opening the country Texas governor Greg Abbott announcing his state will be among the first with some stores in his state opening.
"derek dennis" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"I'm Derek Dennis the latest coronavirus numbers three hundred and eleven thousand deaths in the United States that number counting at least the infections cases that is three hundred eleven thousand infection cases eighty four hundred deaths in New Jersey a new hot spot and flags being flown at half staff in New Jersey more than eight hundred and forty people have died from corona virus with no end yet in sight as prompted governor Phil Murphy flags to fly at half staff just as we have committed to never forgetting those lost on nine eleven we must commit to never forgetting those we're losing to this pandemic he says flags will stay at half staff throughout the duration of the pandemic Markram Alard ABC news New York the surge is coming that's according to White House officials warning the public more deaths are coming in the next week in the corona virus pandemic New York Detroit and Louisiana are also anticipated hot spots Dr Deborah Burke to the White House coronavirus task force warning people to stay indoors this is the moment to not be going to the grocery store not going to the pharmacy but doing everything you can to keep your family and your friends safe and that means everybody doing the six speed distancing washing your hands and in New York a stunning statistic in the pandemic a person is dying from covert nineteen in the state every two and a half minutes grocery stores nationwide also seeing huge crowds the president insists the national emergency stockpile is growing when pressed about the use of that national stockpile of ventilators and other equipment he says states should have been more prepared we have a federal stockpile and they've stayed stockpiles and frankly they were many of the states were totally unprepared for this so we had to go into the federal stockpile but we're not and ordering a clerk let's correspondent Rachel Scott this is a problem that W. Y. O. D. twenty four hour traffic.
Feds mull tax deadline extension as coronavirus spreads
"And one more postponement of the list due to the coronavirus A. B. C.'s Derek Dennis explained April fifteenth may not be the tax filing deadline after all this year thanks to the coronavirus the Wall Street journal reporting the trump administration will likely extend the deadline to lessen the effects the virus is having on households and businesses the journal citing sources in the trump administration no word on how long an extension would last but the decision cuts both ways helping taxpayers but potentially hurting the federal government is it depends on iris revenues for cash flow to keep paying the government's bills on
"derek dennis" Discussed on WRVA
"I'm Derek Dennis ABC news clear skies throughout the overnight hours in aids really start to Sunday morning low thirties more sunshine expected afternoon highs in the low sixties a warmer day on Monday with plenty of sunshine will top out at seventy degrees friend of the twelfth I meteorologist Megan Weiss with his radio eleven forty W. R. V. I. N. at one ninety six point one FM to stay informed traffic and weather reports to make plans the right tools for your day on news radio WRVA to return call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk to Richard from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five this is coast to coast AM with your guest host Richard Serret Diggin on me taken on you sugar valley super duper love say you lawn mosque is booking up is rocket building work force big time arstechnica visited the Texas home of SpaceX where musk was calling a meeting on a Sunday morning one morning at one AM and there's a lot to unpack here to start musk is worried that our window of opportunity to make it to Mars is closing so we better hurry up after the one AM meeting SpaceX added over two hundred and fifty new employees in two days representing a full doubling of the work force arstechnica visited the day after the major starship prototype implosion that made news earlier this week the S. N. one prototype blew up as a dress a direct result of weak welds it sounds like everyone involved knew this prototype was faulty and told musk so when he asked and he insists it was never designed to fly for real anyway where's flex tape when you needed three questions he said it's worrying though because SpaceX is designing its factory there to build a starship every seventy two hours according to arstechnica this means its facility in Texas has to include huge wind breaks think of the enormous sky high for a protective nets at some diving at driving ranges but solid in order to be able to safely stack the starships I think we need probably on the order of one thousand ships and each of the ships would have more payload than the Saturn five and be reusable according to what you lawn mosque wow seventy two hours he wants to build a starship you know I get the feeling when Ilan mosque jumps out of bed in the morning at his feet hit the floor the devil says oh darn he's op all right if you enjoy a coast to coast AM you're gonna love George Norreys internet TV program beyond belief great guests great conversations conspiracies the paranormal UFOs cryptozoology it's basically coast to coast.
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"ABC news Derek Dennis health Calvary dispatched to a sick nursing home in Washington state where the bulk of the nation's coronavirus deaths were recorded twelve dead in the state eleven at that nursing home alone the rest of the homes elderly residents quarantine Susan Haley has a cough and is waiting for test results you are wonderfully yes not sure yes it's not the fifty four nine instead I don't like being trapped for days families have been begging for information on their loved ones B. C.'s Matt Gutman that cruise ship off the coast of San Francisco on the move with an unspecified medical emergency on board the Coast Guard called in to air lift the person off but the ship is not allowed to dock not yet on board the grand prince is twenty one people have now tested positive for cove it nineteen among them nineteen crew members and two passengers now vice president Mike pence's efforts are under way to get the ship into a port in California we have developed a plan which will be implemented this weekend to bring the ship into a non commercial port all passengers and crew will be tested more than thirty five hundred people are on board the ship Alex stone ABC news meantime another coronavirus infection linked to that cruise ship a previous passenger who's back home in Utah becoming the first positive case of novel coronavirus in the state in the race for twenty twenty former vice president Joe Biden can put an exclamation point on his super Tuesday victories the Associated Press is allocated more than ninety two percent of the thirteen hundred forty four delegates that were up for grabs on Tuesday to Biden over Vermont senator Bernie Sanders the former vice president has such a commanding lead that Sanders cannot statistically catch up his only path maybe a contested democratic convention Biden build his delegate lead in Alabama North Carolina Virginia and scoring a narrow victory in Texas you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK California is bracing for impact as the corona virus threatens the world economy the state of California has the fifth largest economy in the world much of it rooted in Silicon Valley and its booming tech industry much of the tech sector uses China for a large portion of its manufacturing and production making the shut down of work in China a direct threat to California's economy the west coast has the highest amount of reported cases of coronavirus in as new cases begin to add up the threat of China halting exports continues to grow in California and Texas over one hundred and fifty service members have been sent to the southern border the service members are being sent to restrict access at ports of entry and additional safety to customs and border protection agents this decision to send support to the border comes after the ninth District Court of appeals blocked.
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"From ABC news Derek Dennis right now a shooting inside the Marriott marquis hotel in Houston Texas police say a man fired a shot into the lobby no one wounded the suspect quickly arrested after trying to flee upstairs anxiety on board the coronavirus cruise ship off the coast of San Francisco the captain making an announcement tonight the ship is moving closer to shore so the Coast Guard can airlift a passenger off who's having a medical emergency that after testing on the ship came back with nearly two dozen on board positive for the virus now what a plan is being worked up right now to get the grand princess into a non commercial port here in California to begin testing everybody on board putting many into quarantine there over thirty five hundred people on the ship vice president Mike pence announcing what they found twenty one individuals on the grand princess tested positive for among those weird nineteen crew members and two passengers right now the ship remains off the coast of California Alex stone ABC news meantime more corona virus deaths in the U. S. the Florida health department says two people tested positive for covert nineteen have died in the state bringing the total number of US deaths to sixteen with more than two hundred infections cancellations the south by Southwest Conference is called off due to the coronavirus major school started to take precautions California's Stanford University canceling in person classes for the remainder of the winter quarter and going primarily online starting Monday and including final exams and university of Washington doing the same with only a limited number of students and staff able to report to campus in.
Joe Biden wins crucial South Carolina primary ahead of Super Tuesday
"Mike Bloomberg makes his entry into the race is taking part in a church services first time on the ballot but after super Tuesday Joe Biden reveling in his big victory in South Carolina scoring nearly fifty percent of the vote in saying he goes into super Tuesday in good shape against Bernie Sanders supporters is not the end so only beginning for about even on delegates right now we've had more popular votes thus far the Sanders does but Sanders predicts he'll do well among young voters in Iowa where we won the popular vote we saw a significant increase in young people's participation and I think you know we'll see what happens on Tuesday Derek Dennis ABC news the
Abuna Regional High School, Jordan Burroughs And Burrow discussed on Bill Handel
"Years. A high school wrestler wins a match, but loses some hair. Fox's Derek Dennis reports tough choice for high school wrestler. Kutcher dreadlocks or forfeit the match wrestler. Andrew Johnson Abuna regional high school in New Jersey complied submitting to the impromptu courtside haircut just to keep competing, but was visibly distraught. Still he won the match his ordeal catching the attention of Olympic champion wrestler. Jordan Burroughs who called what happened to the high schooler and abuse of power racism and just plain negligence also wondered where were the parents in school staff to intervene burrow, says he's never seen anything like it in a quarter century
Paul Manafort trial Day 11: Defense rests, Manafort will not take the stand
"News the final phase of the corruption trial. Against President Trump's former campaign manager gets underway. Tomorrow after his defense called no witnesses Manafort, chose not to testify his lead attorney Kevin, downing made a brief statement, to reporters we. Live, in. The United States of America Presumed innocent until proven. Guilty we believe the government cannot be deferred In the ninth floor courtroom judge T S Ellis reminded the jury that Manafort who faces Bank and tax fraud charges with a maximum sentence. Of three. Hundred and five years is under no obligation to mount a defense closing arguments will begin Wednesday morning with the judge directing. The prosecution and defense to take no more than two. Hours each the judges allotted ninety minutes for, his, separate jury
Home Depot worker fired after encounter with 'racist' customer is rehired
"He thinks subpoenaing the translator sets a bad precedent it's, not appropriate. It's definitely setting a bad precedent and I, think a lot of these Democrats are acting in the moment not thinking about when there's a democrat president that we. Wanted to have the roles reversed and do that Republicans in the house rejected democratic efforts to call the translator to testify fired and rehired at Home Depot and, employee named cashier of the month exchanges harsh words after asking a customer to leash his dog, while walking the aisles FOX's Derek Dennis the customers response a tirade he reportedly told, Rucker, if Trump. Was in president you wouldn't even have a job and you're from the ghetto, what are you know, Rucker admits he talked back to the customer telling him you're lucky I'm at work. That's when MAURICE Rucker was fired Home Depot rehired him with backpay saying he should have alerted management to de escalate the situation I'm an Carrick FOX News.
The Best And Worst States For Retirement: All 50 States, Ranked | Bankrate.com
"Of the energy generated by the wind farm as their own wind farm should be operational by the year twenty twenty ted woodward cayenne s s news bankratecom is out with a new study on the best state in which you can retire coles agreed state of the land dreaming of a state where you can retire comfortably apparently south dakota should be at the top of the list bankratecom studied retirement states and found south dakota is the best state in the nation to retire followed by utah idaho new hampshire and of course florida the study looked at seven categories cost of living taxes health care the weather crime cultural vitality and wellbeing in wall south dakota missed the mark old weather healthcare and culture it plays i in wellbeing in second in taxes the worst stage retire new york where cost of living taxes and healthcare quality our challenge other states rounding out the worst on the list to retire louisiana arkansas new mexico and maryland derek dennis fox news roasting hot temperatures across wichita in south central kansas again today nearing that triple digit mark it'll be clear one this evening are seventy six ninety seven for the high tomorrow and ninety eight on saturday on k nss meteorologist dan holiday it's mostly sunny ninety eight the heat index one hundred four k n s s news now i'm dan o'neill coming up greg jarrett attorney david shown and sarah carter join sean live in london who discussed the absurdity of today's struck hearing that's next in the information overload hour of the sean hannity show use can change in an instant these things are happening very quickly let's break this down you can read about it tomorrow we'll have to wait and see washington heights lider after wait until five o'clock news zealander fox news.
Trump to announce Supreme Court pick on Monday
"Jay nss news now i'm treading on our president donald trump has been interviewing us supreme court candidates among the candidates under consideration to replace the retiring us supreme court justice anthony kennedy amy coney barrett named by the president through the chicago based seventh us circuit court of appeals she's attracted a lot of attention because of her conservative views on abortion president trump is looking at other federal judges including brett cavanaugh thomas hardiman raymond catholic animal apar republican senator mike lee of utah also on the list the president is the name his choice on monday in washington rachel sutherland fox news the father of republican congressional candidate steve walk in set up and funded a political action committee that's running a sixty four thousand dollar ad campaign i son creating a pack allows the father to skirt rules that would limit direct contributions to his sons candidacy for the open seed in kansas is second congressional district the kansas city star reported the elder watkins of pika donated one hundred thousand dollars days after the packs formation he confirmed he set it up as a way to support his sons campaign the pack began airing television ads last week in support of the younger watkins candidacy in the republican primary to replace retiring us representative lynn jenkins watkins is one of seven candidates seeking the gop nomination phil hildebrand kagan assess news and eighty one year old man in texas was stung a thousand times in a be attack if the sound of bees buzzing makes you nervous how'd you feel about being stung one thousand times that's what happened to eighty one year old thomas mozelle of liberty county taxes near houston he was clearing land to build a fence on his property with a massive bees went on the attack stinging mozelle over and over and over again he didn't know where they came from the bees just attacked at moselle daughter trash grateful or dad survived wasn't just stumbling his arms and legs is ears and eyes were stung and with no one around no cell phone to call for help zell was at the mercy of the bees that is until his wife somehow sensing something was wrong came home early from lunch finding her husband and severe pain meisel was rushed to the hospital where nurses removed every stinger one by one hundred and thirty five stinger is on his head alone which had to be shaved he can joke about it now saying he got a new hairdo derek dennis fox news near perfect weather on this fourth of july sunny throughout the rest of the afternoon temperatures in the mid nineties and a.
Rachel Maddow, Maria Shriver among dozens of women who sign letter supporting Tom Brokaw
"Mike pompeo kicks off his first overseas trip as the nation's new secretary of state hours being on the job secretary of state mike pompeo was already at a nato meeting in brussels he called on nato members there to fulfill a pledge that they would spend two percent of their gdp on defense pompeo also accused russia of what he called an aggressive campaign to undermine western democratic institutions and he specifically criticized moscow for posing a threat to its neighbours russia threatens allies and partners both militarily as seen through its invasions of georgia in two thousand eight and ukraine in two thousand fourteen at through an aggressive campaign to undermine western democratic institutions in the light of russians unacceptable access nato is more indispensable than ever pay was in saudi arabia on sunday he's expected to arrive here in israel is next stop is going to be jordan boxes david lee miller in jerusalem some women defending nbc's tom brokaw over a decades old allegation of sexual harassment letter of support for nbc's tom brokaw after a public allegation of sexual harassment by a former network star linda esther a former network corresponded claims brokaw sexually harassed her in the mid nineteen ninety s but group of sixty five women in the television industry have circulated a letter standing with brokaw saying he has treated all of them with fairness and respect giving them opportunities for advancement and championing successes in their careers maria shriver rachel maddow andrea mitchell kelly o'donnell and thomson and white house correspondent kristen welker are the women who put their names on the letter derek dennis fox news.