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"diane criswell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
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"diane criswell" Discussed on WTOP
"More than 4000 people. South Carolina has been spared Ian's worst, but there is still big mess to deal with. I'm Steve dresner here at garden city South Carolina. They don't trucks are lined up here in the ocean is bulldozers continue to remove sand from the storm surge associated with hurricane Ian. WTO's Steve dresner. Fema administrator Diane criswell says government will step up. This is going to be an all of government response and recovery effort and it's going to be in all of society, bringing together all of our partners to help these people to help all of these families get on their road to recovery. Griswold on CNN's State of the Union. At least 125 people have been killed after soccer fans in Indonesia panicked to get out of a stadium after police fired tear gas. The BBC's Jonathan head. Hospitals are reporting people being asphyxiated and people who are at the stadium describe terrible crowd crushes at the narrow exits to the stadium and the people started stampeding pushing hard for the exits after the police decided to use tear gas on the pitch itself. Venezuela has freed 7 U.S. citizens CBS Christina ruffini has the story. The move was part of a prisoner swap in exchange for two nephews of president Maduro's wife, who were convicted on drug charges in a U.S. court in 2015 in what was a very high profile case accusing the Maduro government of being complicit in drug trafficking. Russia has attacked Ukrainian president zelensky's hometown with suicide drones. This comes after Ukraine retook the city of Lyman. A medical professional involved with the NFL has lost his job over a decision he made. A neuro trauma consultant who evaluated Miami Dolphins quarterback to a tongo viola after he stumbled off the field against buffalo last Sunday is now out of a job. The reason reports are that he made several mistakes after the QB was cleared for a quick return after the stumble, then on Thursday night, tango by Lois sustained a concussion following a frightening hit at Cincinnati where he remained on the field for 12 minutes. This is CBS News. If you're a business owner, renting or leasing, you can save a ton of money and own a custom design building made by general steel, just call 8 7 7 25 steel and get a quote today. It's 1103 on Sunday, October 2nd, 59° breezy and Chile with some rain highs near 6 days. Good morning, I'm sandy cosell with the top stories we're following this hour. New this morning, fairfax county police are looking for a suspect driving a silver Nissan maxima with Maryland tags and connects with a fatal shooting overnight. Police say a man who'd been shot was dropped off at Mount Vernon hospital, then transported to fairfax hospital where he died. Police say this was not a random act, stay with WTO as we update you on this story. Remnants of hurricane Ian are creating a slippery morning for drivers in the D.C. area. How long will it last? Here's storm team four meteorologist Klan Anderson
POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing
"diane criswell" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing
"Sponsored by Amazon. Hey, good morning. I'm Rogue One of Allen, and to Tuesday. Text of the continuing resolution was just released, and we're just 6 weeks away from election day. It's your Politico playbook daily briefing. Nestled into the stopgap spending bill that Congress is aiming to pass to avert a government shutdown this week is over $12 billion in aid for Ukraine. Kevin freaking from The Associated Press reports. Here's what else he says is in it. The funding package which Congress is set to consider this week will also provide disaster assistance, including for Jackson, Mississippi. Also in the package is money to help households afford winner heating and funding to assist Afghans in resettling in the U.S.. But here's what's not in it. Biden's request for emergency funds to fight COVID and monkey box. What's in it for now that might not be for long, Joe Manchin's permitting reform Bill. Florida governor Ron DeSantis spent his first term, becoming one of the most influential Republicans in the country, a likely 2024 contender who's already shaping his party's national agenda. But desantis still hasn't faced one of the toughest challenges of Florida leader can encounter. A hurricane. That's all changing this week, as hurricane Ian barrels toward the state. The national hurricane center reports that Ian is currently moving over western Cuba as a category three hurricane with winds at a 125 mph. The current track has it hitting western Florida at 2 a.m. Thursday, raising alarms over a long period scenario, a direct hit to Tampa Bay that could push a ten foot plus storm surge into one of the state's most populated and vulnerable epicenters. As Politico's Matt Dixon writes from Tallahassee, the hurricane is on track to make landfall in the state just 6 weeks ahead of the November elections and, depending on how well the governor responds to the potentially catastrophic storm, desantis may emerge more popular or open himself up to criticism. A new internal poll from democratic Senate candidate, sherry Beasley, finds a tight race in North Carolina. The 46% to 46% deadlock with GOP nominee representative Ted Budd is not far out of line with other recent independent polls, which have tended to show bud with a small lead within the merger of error. What's important here is the context, which is the emerging game of nationwide triage that both parties are starting to engage in as election day draws closer. Beasley's battling the perception, the North Carolina, is not quite in the top tier of Senate races nationally, a perception underscored by the fact that no Democrat has won a statewide federal election there since 2008. So this poll is more than anything else, a signal to democratic donors, large and small that North Carolina is very much in play. Beasley has enjoyed a significant hard money advantage over bud, but GOP outside groups are already starting to help close that gap. Here's what's up in Washington today starting with The White House. At one 15 p.m. eastern, president Joe Biden will deliver remarks focused on healthcare costs. Medicare and social security and the rose garden. Press secretary, queen Jean Pierre, and fema administrator Diane criswell will brief at noon. Vice president Kamala Harris is in Japan for last night and this morning, she held bilateral meetings with South Korean prime minister Hyundai su an Australian prime minister, Anthony albanese, and attended the state funeral for former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe. The White House also confirmed on Monday night that Harris would visit Korea's demilitarized zone on Thursday to tour sites at the DMZ, meet with service members and receive an operational briefing from U.S. commanders. The Senate will meet at 3 p.m. to take up the vehicle for the continuing resolution to fund the government. There will be a vote on the motion to proceed at 5 30. The rules committee will mark up the electoral count act reform bill at 4 p.m.. The house is out today. All right, for more news, and what's breaking.
"diane criswell" Discussed on WTOP
"Day. Thames have been in the triple digits in Southern California for days. And the bad news is the heat wave is going to continue. It's toasty, it's sweaty, I can't stop sweating. There is concern about elderly people and those with medical conditions staying cool, another issue possible power outages with air conditioners being used nonstop, officials are asking that people can serve when possible. And CBS is Steve futterman. In Jackson Mississippi residents want to know when their water will be safe to drink, fema administrator Diane criswell told CNN. The longer term in the midterm about how long it's going to take to actually make it safe to drink, think that we have a lot more to learn about what it's going to take to get that plant up and running. And what about getting NASA's rocket launched to the moon? It's too early to say, but they're working through a fault tree analysis as to why we did not see a leak of this magnitude on Monday. That's Artemis mission manager Mike serif in the launch has had to be scrubbed twice in the past 6 days. COVID vaccines got to make over and the new recipe includes a mix of the OG formula, plus a dash of other stuff to fight off the omicron sub variants. The new boosters are now authorized for people ages 12 and older. The former president was in Pennsylvania last night at a campaign rally. It was his first public appearance since the FBI searched his Mar-a-Lago home and CBS Sarah iwal Weiss tells us that was a hot topic for him. Former president Trump slammed the FBI search as a travesty and claimed was an abuse of power during his nearly two hour speech Saturday night. He also renewed false claims that he won the 2020 election and alluded to another run saying he may have to do it again without making a definitive statement about his 2024 plans. In lots of people went to the movies this holiday weekend, Spider-Man, no way home is back on top of the box office. It was released in December last year, but the superhero film was just rereleased again with 11 minutes of never seen before footage. This is CBS News. Liberty mutual customizes your car and home insurance, so you only pay for what you need. Visit liberty mutual dot com to learn more. Ten O three on Sunday, September 4th, 77° now, hot and humid today. We're going up to near 90. Good morning, I'm John Aaron, the top local stories we're following this hour, changes could be coming to metro's complicated pricing scheme. New general manager Randy Clark says it's something they're taking a hard look at. Clark says the metro system is the most complex fare structure on the planet. There's a challenging system because it was built to do two things at the same time. Trying to be a commuter rail operation and a city subway operation. Clark speaking to the Northern Virginia transportation commission, says changes in fairs are a discussion. We're going to work with the board and ultimately the board will have to make decisions around service and fair. He says no matter what options are chosen, how metro is funded will have to be different than pre-pandemic. Nowhere in America, the transit fare botched recoveries ever going to be when it was pre COVID. So we have to figure out if that's the case. How are we funding the system? And if you use one metro station, you might have to find a new way into it when you return to work Tuesday. Metro is starting the process of replacing escalators is at its Silver Spring station. First up is the north entrance between east west highway and second avenue. That entrance will be closed for about four months starting Tuesday. Riders will have to get into the station using the south entrance, closest to silver springs transit center. Also Tuesday, the 5 orange line stations that were closed throughout the summer are set to reopen. They're the new Carrollton landover Chevrolet dean wood and Minnesota avenue stations. A Bethesda private school is now responding after video surfaced of some rowdy and offensive behavior among some of its students. Landon's school is condemning the behavior of its students, including singing a racial slur inside a metro train. Video posted Thursday on social media shows a group of boys shouting out the lyrics of a song by rapper little baby, which includes a racial slur until someone on the train starts shouting at them and they finally stop the students are wearing land and t-shirts and hoodies. The school says it's deeply concerned and that their actions were unacceptable. They are looking into the matter. Shane is still in WTO P news. Two people were taken to the hospital after a metro access car crashed. It happened on rock creek church road in northwest D.C. right before 8 yesterday morning, a metro spokesperson tells WTO the metro access car hit two parked cars before landing on its side. The driver and the passenger are expected to be okay. One man is dead and three others are hurt after a shooting in capital heights. Prince George's county police say it happened around 8 last night near Richie Rhodes so far there's no information available about a suspect or the condition of the three survivors. A few hours later in Largo shots rang out in a parking lot outside the Magic Johnson capital center movie theater. One woman was hurt while running away from the gunfire, but no one was shot. Police say the suspect ran off. Now to Virginia where a woman is dead and her husband is in the hospital this morning after a shooting in fairfax county around three 15 a.m. officers were sent to a home at Central Park circle in the Mount Vernon area to investigate. There they found the couple both with life threatening wounds, the woman died after being taken to a hospital. It's not yet clear who shot who, but police tell WTO they believe this is a domestic
Bloomberg Radio New York
"diane criswell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The playbook The investors being a bit of a folk at the moment but when you listen to us you'll come pretty close Let's take a look at those small cap stocks If we look at some of the sector winners the sector loser is this bullish or is it bearish Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Broadcasting 24 hours a day At Bloomberg dot com and the Bloomberg business act This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update Two people are still missing following the devastating wildfires that ripped through boulder county late last week We are in the process today of trying to locate and if possible recover those folks Care of Joe Pelé confirmed the figure during a news conference Sunday governor Jared polis and fema administrator Diane criswell also took part Both earth residents affected by the wildfires to make use of community resources like a disaster assistance center set up in Lafayette to help victims with everything from insurance claims to mental health support the boulder county fire burned over 6000 acres as a Friday morning and destroyed nearly 1000 structures President Biden is reaffirming U.S. support for Ukraine in an evening phone call to that country's president The White House says the two leaders were scheduled to discuss Russia's troop build up along Ukraine's border last week Biden warned Moscow that the U.S. could impose sanctions against Russia if it takes military action against Ukraine Russian president Putin has repeatedly denied any plans to attack or invade the country Many holiday travelers are still having a hard time getting home because of flight cancellations data from flight aware shows over 3700 flights have been canceled worldwide on January 2nd 5000 have been canceled or delayed within into or out of the U.S. air carriers are blaming the mass cancellations on COVID-19 and winter weather Another drug company may be offering a COVID vaccine this year novavax by a tech company filed its final data with the FDA on Friday novavax says if all goes according to plan its next step.
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"diane criswell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Homeland Security secretary is heading to Kentucky after tornadoes ripped through parts of its Commonwealth Scott Carr with more We'll be joined by fema administrator Diane criswell who says there's still hope of finding survivors in the aftermath of Friday night's devastating outbreak of tornadoes at least 80 people died when tornadoes hit 6 states Friday night and the death toll is expected to rise appearing on CNN's State of the Union criswell could not confirm how many people are still missing following the historic round of severe weather but she said fema is working with local officials to continue rescue efforts Meanwhile the Kentucky governor is not hopeful of finding additional survivors at Mayfield's destroyed candle factory appearing on CNN stated the union Andy beshear said that if missing workers haven't been found by now it's a great concern The governor praised ongoing rescue efforts but believes there's little chance of finding anyone else alive under the rubble although the company had a severe weather plan in place Bashir said there was little that could have been done given the sheer magnitude of the storm A legendary journalist is saying goodbye to his viewers After 18 years this is my final Fox News Sunday Chris Wallace made the announcement on what was his final broadcast He hosted the Sunday morning show for 18 years Wallace said his bosses have never interfered with a guest he booked or a question he asked Wallace noted he covered many things and traveled to many places during his time as host As for what's next Wallace said it's time for a new endeavor and he asked viewers to join him He didn't elaborate Companies are turning their backs on rapper Travis Scott after the ASTRO world concert tragedy According to a report by KES Q and Palm Springs California Scott has been taken off Coachella's 2022 lineup reps for Scott the festival and the city where the music festival is being held have yet to confirm the report However it has been confirmed that Scott will no longer be in the hard seltzer business The brewing company Anheuser Busch announced Friday they'll be discontinuing Scott's cacti agave spiked seltzer I'm dean kodiak Former White House trade adviser Peter Navarro is refusing to comply with a subpoena from The White House of Representatives The subpoena was issued last month by a House committee investigating whether former officials in the Trump administration mishandled the federal response to the COVID pandemic A congressional request released yesterday says Navarro was ordered to turn over documents related to the Trump administration's response to the coronavirus but that Navarro refused to comply because Trump ordered him not to Navarro has been scheduled for a deposition on December 15th Three and 5 Americans say they feel the most hard they've ever felt in their lives Jim Forbes has more Even worse over half of those say they think no amount of sleep can cure their lack of focus according to a new study by one poll conducted on behalf of Monster Energy Of the 2000 people surveyed nearly 60% said spending so much time inside since the beginning of the pandemic in early 2020 has permanently diminished their energy The survey found other contributors to this energy dilemma to be poor sleep schedules Long work hours prolonged screen time and the lack of a routine The first positive test result in Rhode Island for the Akron variant of COVID-19 is now confirmed Governor Dan McKee made the announcement yesterday regarding a 20 year old patient who recently returned from a trip to New York The patient lives in Providence county and is fully vaccinated although has not yet got a booster shot Dark fantasy novelist and rice is dead at the age of 80 her son Christopher confirmed his mother's death in a Facebook post his post also says a public celebration of life for his mother will take place next year Her first gothic fiction novel interview with the vampire was published in 1976 which she later helped adapt for a screenplay used in the Hollywood movie version of the book the vampire chronicles with Tom Cruise Kirsten Dunst and Brad Pitt over the years she has sold more than 150 million copies of her writings I'm dean kodiak And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Several more cases of the COVID-19 omicron variant are confirmed in New York State Governor Kathy hoku announced the latest figure Saturday She says all the new cases are in New York City While the omicron cases are concentrated in the city the overall coronavirus positivity rate in the city stood at 2.56% Friday That is far below the statewide figure of 4.58% The positivity rate in western New York stood at 9.58%.