22 Burst results for "Donavan"
Has Globalization Undermined the American Working Class?
"America's working class has been cheated is an assertion that has been getting a lot of currency lately are last presidential election went deep on that claim in both parties by the way and the culprit most often blamed for that. It's that monstrous five syllable word globalization, the philosophy and the practice of free trade which has been great for companies and for shareholders but has had a devastating impact. It is argued on the American working woman and. Man Well Economist do agree that in the past four decades the American working class, which we're defining tonight as people who lack a four year college degree. They have seen flat wages and a steady disappearance of good jobs. But is globalization a main reason that that's happening to those workers and for those workers is globalization entirely bad. Well, we think this has the makings of a debate. So let's have it. Yes or no to this statement globalization. has undermined. America's working. Class I'm John Donavan, and I stand between two teams of experts in this topic who argue for and against this resolution globalization has undermined America's working class as always. Our debate will go in three rounds and then our live audience here at the Saint Regis Hotel and Aspen Colorado where we are appearing in partnership with the Aspen Ideas Festival will choose the winner and as always if all goes well civil discourse, we'll. Also win a resolution once again, globalization has undermined America's Working Class Jared Bernstein you have debated with us before. So welcome back you're a senior fellow at the center on Budget and policy priorities. You were Vice President Joe. Biden's chief economist. The last time you debated with US interestingly Jason Furman who is your opponent at the other table tonight was your debate partner as a team you were formidable formidable I, almost want to use the French pronunciation. Formula, so are you planning to use your insiders knowledge of Jason's debate battles against him to very much am the way to do that with Jason is to make a lot of sports analogies because they repealing confusing. All right. Thank you and I see you detail to Aspen. You were a to aspen well I. Think the guy with the tie is the guy you want to listen to, but I'll let you decide. All right. Thanks very much. Jared Bernstein and can tell us who your partner is. This someone I've known for twenty five years she's a dear friend of mine and I consider her my mentor in this topic feely gentlemen feeling. Theo welcome to intelligence squared your president of the Economic Policy Institute. You've spent two decades as an economist for the AFL CIO, which is America's largest federation of unions. It represents some twelve point, five, million working women and men. You've spent twenty five years working on trade policy. So what got you interested in trade? Well, when I came to Washington in the early nineties I got drawn. INTO THE NAFTA debate the North American Free Trade. Agreement. And I realized pretty early on that. This was not some kind of a dry text book discussion about tariffs but it was a transnational battle over democracy good jobs, workers, rights, and regulation. So I was hooked because a lots at stake a lot is at stake. Okay. Thanks very much thelia once again, team arguing for the motion. And motion again, globalization has undermined America's working class. We have to debaters arguing against it, I Jason Firm. Welcome back to intelligence squared Jason you're a professor of the practice of economic policy at the Harvard Kennedy School you're a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, you were Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers under President Obama tonight. As we said, you're going to be debating your former colleague Jared Bernstein on the impact of globalization. So is this the first time you to have debated the globalization issue with each other jared and I agree on I'd say about ninety five percent of economic issues and my goal tonight is to bring to one hundred percent. Thanks very much Jason and can you tell us who your partner is someone I've only known for a few years and every single thing. He's ever told me I have believed James Manica Legitimate James Manyika. Welcome the first time telling squared you're a senior partner at McKinsey, and company you're the chairman of their economics research arm, the McKinsey Global Institute, your first time debating with us. But not your first debate you debated at Oxford I did you studied robotics and computers earlier in your career you were visiting scientist at NASA. So how do you go from very eclectic from robotics and space to thinking about trade policy? In American. Workers I've always been fascinated by the kinds of technologies that drive innovation and growth, but also affects what will people in the real world actually do. So when you put that together with the economy, these issues around trade and workforce become very, very important. Those are the issues that motive a great perspective to bring here and then once again, thank you. Thank you again to the team arguing against them.
"donavan" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"You so very much when the president's personal valets has tested positive for the corona virus creating a speculation as to whether not the president's going to follow the protocols that the CDC is issued when somebody has been in close contact with someone with a corona virus that is too self quarantine for fourteen days president says he's been tested every day and he has so far tested negative that later on Walt is in McKinney Texas wall journal aerial show thank you so much for calling I appreciate it what are your the best on the air honestly everything you say it's just egregious histological makes so much sense I was not aware of the ethnicity the race of the either the judge or that young lady was a salon until I did a little investigating an online Elise had it been the opposite had beat woman but an African American try to keep her shop opened her to the hair of the lady said she caters to and the judge been white you would have heard it over and over and over how we suggest he was how he was so condescending the way he spoke to her the way he treated her and you boarded up early when you talk about by it just gets a notice or not when the citrus bowl when he quit doing this it someone fair and I just don't think the media ever handles it fairly you're the only one or one of the very few that do what I do appreciate that well thank you so much for the call I didn't know the ethnicity of the judge I didn't know the ethnicity of the woman because I saw a brief clip of it on television so it was a black judge giving her a lecture like this telling her to apologize to a to society for daring to make a living and your your question is or or your observation hypothetical observation is if this were the other way around a white judge lecturing a black woman like that are you kidding me in comes the N. double ACP and calms Chris Cuomo incomes don Lamont by the way why is it don Lamond but Steve Cole bear why isn't it Donavan and Steve Colbert just asking just putting it out letting it fester.
"donavan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"This is where you'll give us twenty two minutes we'll give you the world evening fifty five degrees at six o'clock I'm Donavan and here's what's happening mixed messages today about whether or not city public schools will reopen this year following the coronavirus crisis Blasio says no but governor Cuomo says this is not going to be designed that decided the next few days because we don't know I can't tell you what's this June is gonna look like I can't tell you what is going to look like New Jersey rolling out new social distancing rules another attempt to flatten the coronavirus curve that includes face masks on public transit prime is become a victim of the pandemic numbers are plunging not just in New York but in cities across the nation hi this is chocolate making considered an essential service some of us would say yes and that's what's been decided in the chocolate making nation of Belize taking with accu weather low forty four and partly cloudy tonight Easter Sunday will see a mild high of sixty three under a mix of clouds and sun we six oh one traffic and transit now with Russ Meyer well let's talk about the drive through Nassau and Suffolk and here is what we see on long island's big three the L. I eat is closed eastbound over by exit sixty one four Patchogue Holbrook road this is police activity blocking all lanes of the main roadway so you can use the service road to get around it meanwhile the northern state is okay at southern state parkway not a problem will lead over to New Jersey and just want to remind you of that as per governor Murphy real transit riders in New Jersey required to wear a face covering now this involves NJ transit trains buses and light rail as well as all private trans services here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels everything okay at the GWB the Lincoln and Holland tunnels looking good also north of the city on the spring brook over by Jackson Avenue in Greenburgh a stalled vehicle being cleared in Manhattan everything on the FDR and holographic drive west side highway and Henry Hudson parkway traffic in transit every ten minutes on the ones breaking traffic alerts whenever they happen I'm Russ Meyer all tinted windows coronavirus deaths in New York seem to be stabilizing but at a horrific rates that is the word today from governor Cuomo as reported seven hundred and eighty three new fatalities in the state since Friday bringing our total death toll to over eighty six hundred but again hospitalization and ICU admissions are sloping downward he has that the spread of the virus to Long Island and upstate New York seems to have stabilized as well an announcement from here to Blasio today that New York City schools will remain shuttered for the rest of the school year over concerns about the spread of the corona virus but that decision quickly challenged by governor Cuomo the two leaders apparently not on the same page about this is our Darius rats yes reports to close or not too close to different announcements on the fate of the school year in New York City announced today that the New York City public schools will remain closed for the remainder of this school year mehr divisor made that announcement Saturday but it was quickly unravel bike but Cuomo two hours later he didn't close them and you can open them the mayor's press secretary quickly responded with this declaration schools will remain closed a decision that the blouse you said didn't come lightly having to tell you that we cannot bring our schools back for the remainder of the school year is painful but I can also tell you it's the right thing to do but governor Cuomo says the decision needs to be made as a region and not by individual school systems it makes no sense for one locality to take an action that's not coordinated with the other Darius writes your ten ten wins at city hall mayor Blasio also announced plans to expand hours for the city's parental help line as well as technical support and to launch free new online activities and programs for students for seniors who are set to graduate this year the mayor says a full plan will be out next week just last hour on MSNBC the mayor responded to governor Cuomo's earlier comments on school opening snapping the mayor's decision always work with the state of New York always work with the governor but the bottom line is my responsibility M. I. responsibilities not to the federal government the state government and my responsibility is not to another elected official my responsibilities to those kids those parents those educators who need to be safe and my responsibilities to protect my people governor Cuomo still says that he won't ease up on restrictions aim to flattening the curve of the virus until he short safe to do that but how can we know when that is exactly the governor said today that he's concerned about triggering a second wave of infections so is assembling a task force to try to figure that out we're going to be putting together in New York a team of the best the mines that look at what happened and move on and look at what happened in Italy and the re opening and making sure that what we're doing is based on all the science available the governor says public health and the economy aren't mutually exclusive so triggering a second wave of infections would be a costly economic misstep he also says he's working with new Jersey's governor Murphy in Connecticut's governor Lamont to take a regional approach to rebuilding the economy as the FDNY and EMS continue to deal with an avalanche of medical calls they continue to battle coronavirus infections among their own ranks as well correspondent Evan McMorris Santoro reports more than seven hundred members of the fire department I have been diagnosed with covert nineteen just another blow for the city's first responders you know we've seen the police be hit very hard by this disease.
"donavan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Your car to state dental since ten ten wins accu weather says a mild evening with a few showers and drizzle and fog low forty two were very blustery day tomorrow then with wind gusts as high as fifty miles an hour times Watson sun and high of forty seven but the wind will keep real feels in the lower thirties mostly clear and brisket knighted chili low thirty two then Monday cloudy colder high thirty eight a wintry mix beginning to fall sometime in the afternoon before changing over to rain now this message there's a new daily breakfast deal available every day on the McDonnell sap I'm Donavan wins time at six thirty good evening I'm Monique Kobyla a man wielding an imitation firearm that looked homemade was shot by New York City police early today in the concourse section of the Bronx man is in critical condition NYPD chief of patrol Fausto Pichardo says a nine one one caller reported being approached by a man on the street who pointed a gun at him a photo on the NYPD's Twitter account shows a knife attached to wear a gun's barrel would be almost like a smaller version of a homemade bay in at the office or the suspect to show them his hands when he pointed the weapon it's always the offices two uniformed officers discharged their weapons striking the suspect in the torso police say while the imitation gun looked really was not functional except for the knife the shooting was captured on body camera Julie Walker New York so far police haven't released any other information on the suspect you can see a photo of that fake gun on ten ten wins dot com wins news time six thirty one from the ram trucks traffic center now alea gosh man hello it over to and hadn't had the Harlem river drive a very slow ride of approaching the Kennedy bridges north bend the laces well like going.
Trump says he's a "big fan" of Turkey's Erdogan
"Good evening I'm Donavan as impeachment hearings got underway today president trump had a controversial guest in the oval office Turkish president Recep Erdogan president trump later proclaimed himself a big fan of Turkey strongman leader and called it an honor to host him even though critics say or to one never should have been invited to the White House in the first place there's been a broad bipartisan backlash after Turkey's military incursion into Syria and attacks on Kurdish
"donavan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Clear and cold tonight and low thirty nine in midtown awesome suburbs will see temps in the upper twenties with a hard freeze overnight tomorrow looks like we'll start the weekend with mostly sunny skies and a high of fifty three then Sunday sun will mix with some clouds mid forties when the marathon starts high fifty two though later in the day and a bit breezy looking ahead to Tuesday we can expect milder temperatures with a high in the lower sixties more people get their news from ten ten wins than from any other radio station in the nation fell palato is our service say Tom offer is our writer runny stern is at the editor's desk this morning I'm Donavan this give us twenty two minutes we'll give you the world good morning fifty degrees eleven o'clock on this Friday November first time Larry canter and here's what's happening a little girl in new Rochelle is on the man she suffered broken bones last night when a tree fell on her with four weeks ago Macy's announces the line up for its thanksgiving parade balloon Meghan Markle goes around way when it comes to granting a newspaper interview the CDC goes to the movie sand is disturbed by all the smoking on screen ten ten wins accu weather mostly sunny windy high today fifty six a jury Recco week nine of the NFL opened with the forty Niners beating the cardinals nets and rockets the line Brooklyn the Knicks are in Boston the devil's face off with the flyers and the islanders host the lightning this is Sandra day Bloomberg decent though unspectacular job report helps power Wall Street higher the Dow gaining two hundred fifty three ready or not and I'll bet you're.
"donavan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Donavan wins news time at the tone ten thirty good evening I Mooney Kobyla if you were stuck in traffic on the west side highway this afternoon and saw heavy police presence it was due to anti ice protesters protesters first gathered at Madison square park on Fifth Avenue and twenty fifth street then they walk to the west side highway and sat down and block traffic they linked arms chanted and held up signs Rios a fear of a group called hearts and should be abolished because this policy is a racist the racialized crisis they're not letting people into this country once the police arrived many protesters agreed to move to the sidewalk those who refused were arrested and charged included blocking traffic and disorderly conduct Carol Deoria ten ten wins on the west side highway man Kansi approximately one hundred people were arrested today when Zeus time ten thirty one ram trucks traffic center now Rebecca's aerosol starting again in New Jersey and Paramus root for accident investigation heading westbound all lanes are closed and D. toward right by candor Kanak road you've got to stop traffic back towards Hackensack Avenue also seeing eastbound delays are pro Ching of the crash those are back towards run Spring Valley road construction the major Deegan south on the ram heading towards across runs causing heavy delays all lanes are blocked until five Monday morning and here's what we see on on Ireland's big three the southern state pockets of slowdowns westbound from the Meadowbrook heading towards eagle Avenue northern state heavy from us here in town road heading into queens and the L. I eat on your weight in the queen's very slow all due to a broken down truck approaching the cross island parkway taking out the right lane VQ east and you've got a stall right by Cadman plaza causing delays back towards thirty nine th and here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels as construction on the Throggs neck queens been taking out the right lane and the white stone queens but even a crash on.
Highly-publicized ICE raids yield few arrests
"Good afternoon I'm Donavan a few weeks ago president trump tweeted about immigration roundups promising that millions will be sent out of the country in mass deportations the question now is did it happen poor sponsoring a Marshall reports the weekend of those promises deportation raids which the president said would lead to millions being removed from the country by immigration and customs enforcement resulted in just a twenty five arrests according to the department the I. T. eyes director told reporters eighteen family members or were issued final orders of removal by an immigration judge along with seventeen others were arrested over the course of the operation in total removals by the trump administration falls far behind the number of removal orders issued by his predecessor one ice officials saying guidance given to immigrants from advocacy groups and how to interact with the ice may have led to fewer arrests wins news time five thirty
"donavan" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You. Not to rejoin arguing against the resolution. We should subsidize preschools harsh is head of economic risk at aka international and a world class debate champion. This debate is an historic event, featuring IBM's newest advance in artificial intelligence, computer that debates a debater IBM's project Vader is an artificial intelligence system. A distant relative of the watching supercomputer develop over the past seven years parish to Rajon is an international debate champion his opponent for this special edition of intelligence, squared US is IBM's project debater, both debaters harsh and the system were given just fifteen minutes after learning of the topic to prepare their opening remarks. Neither had access to the internet. Nothing in the debate was scripted. So can change your mind coming up on intelligence, squared US. We'll talk with some of the researchers who spent years developing the artificial intelligence behind IBM's project debater just for the savant. I'm John donavan. This is intelligence squared US. This is intelligence squared US. I'm John donavan can artificial intelligence, change your mind. This debate is an historic event, featuring IBM's newest advanced artificial intelligence, debater a computer that debates. So we are.
"donavan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Evening. I'm donavan wins. News time at the tone, eight thirty. Good evening. I'm Mario mosque today. The top democrat on the Senate intelligence committee said that lawmakers have found as he put enormous evidence of possible collusion between those in the president's circle and Russians during the two thousand sixteen election, countering on meet the press GOP assertions that no collision evidence was found. He expressed his concerns on the issue of the president. And it's reported ordering of getting a security clearance for son-in-law senior adviser, Jared Kushner, Mark Warner democratic US US Senator from Virginia the whole idea that the president arbitrarily picks, which family members to get security clearances overriding, the advice of the intelligence community. But we shouldn't be surprised. This president has consistently been willing to override the advice of the intelligence community that is from CNN state of the union and some Democrats saying the president has obstructed Justice in the Russia pro but questions arise representatives, Jerry Nadler democrat. Rat House Judiciary crimes and impeachable. Offenses two different things they can be crimes at a nine impeachable offenses and impeachable offenses and crimes they just three different tests. Maybe sees this week. Meantime, Nadler says a request of documents tomorrow for more than sixty people from the Trump administration family and business are intended to quote present the case to the American people about the obstruction of Justice corruption and abuse of power wins. News time, eight thirty one. The ram.
"donavan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Than an inch though. I'm donavan wins. News time at the tone one thirty. Good afternoon. I'm Susan Richard on this day. Twenty one of the partial federal government shutdown a Bill to provide back pay for workers goes to the president for his signature that legislation. However does not mean that eight hundred thousand federal employees will get their check today that's not happening. And so many private groups are stepping up to help that includes a food pantry and Elizabeth for many years James Carey has run. The Elizabeth port Presbyterian food pantry here. In Elizabeth sadly, dozens lineup every Friday and Saturday to get help added to that line now for load workers from the government who are now missing paychecks and need help carries. Message to them is this for a little federal workers who died near food to come down. Here. We'll sustain them until they get back on their feet. Surpri thing you're like to one lady who reached out she was about what time was she had to stand in line, and I know damn bearish and they don't want to stay in their lives. Surpri thing this particular pantry will be open every Friday and Saturday with. Fresh meat vegetables and other produce milk for furloughed families in need. Glenn shock ten ten wins. And Elizabeth President Trump at Democrats remain at impasse to end the shutdown with the president demanding five point seven billion dollars to build a border wall. It's widely reported that he will make good on this promise to declare a national emergency and used disaster relief money already designated for Texas and Puerto Rico Democrats are likely to sue if that happens dueling women's marches in the city, we'll have that coming up after traffic and AccuWeather wins. News time.
"donavan" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Now, the flip side of the government shutdown Willie are any government employees that have possibly been furloughed. So maybe you're a part of that shutdown. Maybe you said, okay, you're on leave. If you wanna call it that until the government's back up and running. So there's going to be. Some issues with that. So basically, what Fannie Mae saying is that if a borrower is furloughed honor after the closing of the mortgage loan due to the shutdown. The mortgage remains eligible for sell to Fannie Mae. But if it's before that, and you can't get a leave and earnings statement, if you're military if you can't get a pay stub within the last thirty days, you're probably out of luck. And they can't because another part of the mortgage process is a verbal verification of employment. Even though you send in pay stubs and things like that for a mortgage. The lenders always going to call and do a verbal verification mortgage right before the lime closes sure. And if that entity is shutdown that piece of the government shutdown, and your furloughed, guess what? There's solution to all this. The solution is well donavan house during the government shutdown to get the government back up and running. But it's to be aware of what it may have an how it may have an impact on the type of mortgage that you're getting like I said, whether it's conventional government being FHA USDA, so people just need to be aware of how that's going to impact them and be realistic. And by being aware names, knowing your loan officer has the knowledge to guide you down the proper path not so sure that that happens all the time..
"donavan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Arsenide still cold though. Low twenty-seven in midtown suburbs. Dropping into the upper teens overnight tomorrow more sun than clouds, a high near forty we head back to work Monday with mostly sunny skies high again, though, only around forty for Wednesday and Thursday as well. We'll see lots of sun, but a high of only thirty seven right now. Thirty three degrees. We have mainly clear skies at the moment. New York humidity forty seven percent and Windsor com repeating that current temperature thirty three going down to twenty seven in midtown. Good evening. I'm donavan wins. News time at the tone, seven thirty. Good evening. I'm only Coppola Westchester correction. Officer was killed in an attempted murder suicide in Yonkers to others were injured in that shootout. This happened. Friday night are juice Scott has the details a wild shootout began at a correction officers home on Buckingham road dead is forty year old Edward Quemoy. A Westchester correction officer for ten years who other officers were seriously hurt by the gunfire. And what is being described as attempted murder suicide? Neighbors can't believe the news tragic around this time of year. The always hear of tragedy around the holidays is just sick thing. It's heartbreaking police say there was an exchange of gunfire. And they've recovered several handguns and evidence at the scene. Drew, Scott ten ten wins. In Yonkers Yonkers police say the two other victims are in serious condition at the Westchester medical center. Involve Hala their names have not yet been released wins. News time seven thirty one.
"donavan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Donavan D who's lived in Malibu for more than forty years. Staying in his home was a choice fate. We have to let the guy upstairs take care of this because hopeless about twenty five hundred firefighters are working on the ground and by air to contain the wildfire doi- cycle. Tell NPR news Malibu. President Trump sparked tensions with a tweet as he began a weekend in France to commemorate the one hundredth anniversary of the ending of World War. One NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports from Paris. French president Emmanuel Macron is trying to defuse the situation plane had barely touched down in Paris Friday night, when Trump tweeted that he was insulted by president Macron suggestion that Europe needs an army to protect itself from the threats from Russia, China and the United States Europe, should I pay its share of NATO he chided in a statement Saturday morning. The French presidential palace said that Trump had misinterpreted mackerels comments made earlier this week, macro reaffirmed France's appreciation for its oldest ally. When the two leaders met this morning to sink you here today for USA leader. If you wanted to years ago. And you'll conciliatory t for all people, and Trump emphasized that he and Macron's still see eye to eye on most things we want to absolutely be there. We want to help you want to be a part of it. But different countries have to also help that's only fair. Eleanor Beardsley NPR news, Paris frozen and Trump's trip today to an American cemetery has been called off the White House says a trip to the village of below was cancelled because of rain prevented the president's arrival by helicopter. He's scheduled to visit a different American cemetery tomorrow, this is NPR and this is WNYC in New York. I'm David I President Trump intervened directly to suppress stories about his alleged sexual encounters. According to a new investigative report WNYC's Andrea Bernstein has the details. According to the Wall Street Journal and refuting two year pattern of denials, Donald Trump played a direct and central role in a series of hush money payments to women who alleged they'd had affairs with him. The payments could be evidence. Of illegal campaign contributions. And the journal reports prosecutors in Manhattan have been gathering evidence of Trump's involvement in these transactions since last April, that's when FBI agents, rated Trump attorney, Michael Cohen's offices and home when the Wall Street Journal asked about the pattern of payments, Trump declined to address his role his lawyer didn't return their calls. The US attorney's office in Manhattan isn't commenting the head of the MTA has resigned effective immediately. This was chairman Joe lhota, second tenure at the agency as WNYC's Stephen Nessin reports he led the MTA out of a plummeting decline in service when loaded reassume control of the MTA in June of two thousand seventeen fusion C was having a hellish year. Escalating delays flooding in that nightmare train that trapped writers on board for over an hour. One of his first tasks was to turn service around. He started to but loaded never quit his day job as chief of staff at NYU Langone health ends you can see. To serve as board member at various organizations, including Madison Square Garden above the thirty fourth street train station. Freddy Ferrara will serve as acting chairman until governor Cuomo appointed a new chairman after the new Senate returns in January one of the first black man to run a fortune five hundred company has died. Black enterprise reports that Addison Barry rand passed away this week at the age of seventy three rand entered the business world has a sales Representative at Xerox where he worked his way up to become an executive vice president from Iran held a series of major corporations, including the rental car company. Avis and the AARP forty three degrees right now, mostly sunny today with a steady temperature are high for the day is listed as forty four degrees of full one degree up from where we are right now. It's eight oh six support for NPR comes from log Mehan makers have Goto meeting. A collaboration meeting platform that comes quipped with features to help people stay focused to get work done. Learn more at GoToMeeting dot com..
"donavan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Many areas tomorrow just like today lots of sun and a high of eighty two with plenty of sunshine monday still sunny a bit warmer as well as we start the new work week high eighty seven humidity though starting to ramp up on tuesday sunny to partly cloudy high ninety two looking ahead to wednesday we expect a mix of sun and clouds high temperature eighty six sixty seven right now and mainly clear humidity is fifty six percent we have winds out of the south three miles an hour gusting to sixteen repeating that current temp sixty seven going down to sixty three in midtown good evening i'm donavan wins news time at the tone will be ten thirty good evening i'm eight coppola police are searching for a female fee who was accused of breaking into upper west side apartments after claiming to be from a cleaning service investigators say the first incident happened back in april when a man found her in his apartment near central park west ninety seventh street the woman has broken into two apartments in the same building off the corner of ninety seventh street in central park west and the residents like janna are well aware that she says the woman's picture has been plastered all over the building like in the lobby laundry and mailrooms the problem is folks in the building leave their apartment doors unlocked and the thief simply pretend she's the cleaning lady walks in the brazenness of it is really so surprising i guess people were all patsies you know we all just assume that even in a big city like this sometimes we're not careful enough genesis there is a concierge in the lobby so it gives her a false sense of security carol urea ten wins on central park west and anyone.
"donavan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"The station you know the people you trust ten ten wins you give us twenty two minutes we'll give you the world and twenty nine and excessive heat warning in effect until six am tomorrow then in excessive heat watch goes into effect ten ten wins accuweather says still very warm and humid overnight temps dropping to only eighty one hundred clear skies then the heat wave continues tomorrow with sun humidity and a high of ninety three but those real fields closer to one hundred degrees good evening i'm donavan wins news time at the tone ten thirty good evening i'm mario once the president says he will now his selection for the retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy in a week during his campaign he had pledged to choose judges who would overturn roe versus wade that made abortion legal republican senator susan collins of pro abortion rights gop member says she'll ask candidates about their views on legal press candidate for this important position who would overturn roe v wade would not be acceptable to me because that would indicate and activists agenda that i don't want to see a judge have that's from abc's this week in an interview scheduled run today the president was asked if agreeing to overturn roe versus wade as a condition of becoming the next supreme court justice probably not they're all saying don't do that you don't do that you shouldn't do that but i'm putting conservative people on then a very proud of neal gorsuch cheese been outstanding his opinion you is so well written so brilliant and i'm gonna try and do something like that but i don't think i'm going to be so specific that's from fox news sunday morning futures program does democratic senator dick durbin from illinois says mr trump already told americans he's looking for someone who will overturn roe versus wade says wait there's more goes beyond the abortion debate equally important he's looking for someone on the court who will make sure that they rule that the affordable care act's protection of those with pre existing conditions is unconstitutional that's from fox news sunday wins news time ten.
"donavan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Perhaps the future loyalty if their fighters that they've refused to extend that ceasefire it's not clear exactly why they refuse to extend the ceasefire i it could also be that they didn't want to be seen to be taking their cue from an issue announced by the afghan government they would want to be the ones to i announce a ceasefire suddenly scenes from reports that there was a degree of debate within donavan circles about what to do and whether to extend or not but we do know that certainly a number of figures in the taliban leadership were it seems angry with the kind of scenes that we saw some taliban fighters received audio messages from senior figures saying that there had been no permission whatsoever for the kind of intermingling with the security forces that we saw the taliban on the second day of eat issued a statement saying donavan members shouldn't be going into the cities of enemies as they called them and they should instead stay in their trenches the reason extensively for that seem to be a bomb attack claimed by the islamic state group in nangarhar which targeted a group of afghan civilians and donavan members insecurity forces who were all celebrating together but the suspicion is that perhaps the real reason for that statement and that directed by the taliban was because they were concerned that things were getting out of hand and their own members were going soft or could go soft effectively succumb to kamani cannabis appears to be wafting further into the mainstream has canada announced that legal sales of cannabis would begin this october the cannabis act makes canada the first major economy to legalize the drug for recreational purposes however in the uk where it remains illegal this week so impassioned debate over its uses a medicine i health correspondent focus walsh explains why many pharmaceutical companies say it's high.
"donavan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Wins flash briefing all the time this is daniel wins you give us twenty two minutes we'll give you the world good afternoon seventy degrees at twelve forty on this friday june twenty second donavan and here's what's happening a migrant mother and son reunited after being separated at the border while president trump tweets about quote phony stories of sadness and grief a manhunt underway in brooklyn for the guy who pushed his way into an apartment and tried to rape a woman who managed to fight him off for protests in pittsburgh after the fatal shooting of an unarmed teenager by police during a traffic stop and an alleged phony landlord arrested on long island after renting out house that cops say he didn't actually own ten ten wins accuweather high seventy seven today lots of clouds look for some rain or drizzle at times tonight this is john minko the yankees turn against the raise the night in florida dodgers first city field in world cup soccer play brazil wins over costa rica to nil larry kofsky the stock market holding steady mostly higher on the session the dow is up one hundred sixty three the nasdaq down twelve wins news time twelve forty wine traffic and transit on the ones with greg rice old sort of the west side highway donna northbound west or north and i should say after the gw be you've got the right lane knocked out with a truck that is stuck there so they're gonna have all lanes temporarily shut the north and west side highway getting past the georgia's they figure out what to do with this truck and it's not like anything else is better to the outbound george all of your approach is already messes inbound lower level is fine despite construction the.
"donavan" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Wins news time eight twenty nine ten ten wins accuweather calls for possibly an evening shower tonight under mostly cloudy skies low fifty four the clouds will break up tomorrow and then some sun and a high of sixty eight high again a high sixty eight again rather on tuesday under partly sunny skies warming up to seventy four on wednesday with more sunday clouds expected high seventy do for us on thursday good evening i'm donavan wins news time at the tone eight thirty good evening i'm mario boss gas hawaii's killilea volcano continues to rage destroying homes at last report twentyone homes destroyed throwing up molten rock dangerous levels of sulfur dioxide to an experts say it's not over yet here's ben thomas that's lava sizzling in the streets inside the evacuation zone on hawaii's big island where more than seventeen hundred people have fled their homes the hawaii volcano observatory says eight vents each several hundred yards long have opened in the lonnie estates neighborhood since thursday sam naz is among those who stayed behind credible fuming roaring it was thundering rox from flying out of the ground he spoke to ask cheryl griffith says the eruptions caught many by surprise people's dash dreams they're not recruit scientists say killer is likely to release more lava through more vents but they can't predict where the eruptions were accompanied by six point nine magnitude earthquake friday the island's most powerful since nineteen seventy five according to the us geological survey wins news time eight thirty one from the ram trucks traffic center here's rebecca is ours so let's start off in new jersey that disabled vehicle right by.
Hannity's rising role in Trump's world
"That is really the deal with sean hannity and fox news hannity's relationship with president trump is even tighter than we thought according to this new reporting from the washington post quoting here trump entity usually speak several times a week the two men review news stories and aspects of hannity show and occasionally debate specifics about whatever the president is considering typing out on twitter the frequency of entities contact with trump means that quoting basically has a desk in the place one presidential adviser said the panel is back with me now sarah ellison is one of the reporters who wrote that washington post story so sir you're suggesting the president is also a producer of hannity's show yes i would say that the funny thing about that relationship is that it goes both ways so donald trump is actually helping produce what sean hannity in the message that he's delivering and the funny thing about it though is that sean hannity is also helping produce the president's messages which i think was one of the things that my colleagues and i thought was the most sort of surprising about this story and fells all you have him on the time one hundred list this week sean hannity a member of the time one hundred you had newt gingrich right about hannity's influence what did y'all find well you know the time one hundred is a measure of influence for good or for ill and i think the supporting case for his place on the list is sarah's reporting on on the desk in the white house that's influenced but nude also points out that he has three hours a day on the radio in an hour a day on television millions of yours hearing his view and also goes on to say he played a major role in getting trump the nomination and and helping him win the general election so i think that sums up the case for his influence pretty well i think it comes to this question donavan of state run media or media run state.
U.S. airstrikes targeted Syrian chemical weapons infastructure, Mattis says
"In midtown in the sixties on long island into the north of the city good morning i'm donavan wins news time at the tone five thirty breaking news now on ten ten wins promoting i'm john belmont the us written in french dazed warton later air strikes against syrian chemical weapons targets overnight this morning hundreds of people gathered in damascus honking their horns flashing victory signs and waiting syrian flags in defiance it was just after four am their time that you explosions jolted damascus let's get the latest now from abc news airstrikes in syria the us along with britain and france carrying out targeted missile strikes against the assad regime's chemical weapons infrastructure in london this past hour british prime minister theresa may addressing the country meeting these targets with the force that we have to kuwait will significantly degrade the syrian regimes ability to research develop ads deploy chemical weapons strikes followed the confirmed chemical attack in douma outside damascus last weekend we have sought zoo so using every possible diplomatic channel our efforts have been repeatedly thwarted both on the ground and in the united nations president trump addressing the nation last night as the mission began we are prepared to sustain this response until the syrian regime stops its use of prohibited chemical agents the pentagon did not share the target list with russia russian president vladimir putin calling the strikes and active aggression michelle franzen abc news wins news time five thirty one traffic center here's jill nicolini alright taking look at the expressway no problems to report is you make you wait here over the verizon bridge and as you make your way onto the guan is looking good from thirty eighth street up to the biki a limit of a slowdown as you approach the brooklyn battery tunnel but nothing major on the northbound side a smooth ride as well through queens on the.
"donavan" Discussed on WINS 1010
"The principal start as a wintry mix before changing to all snow by the afternoon accumulations of six to ten inches expected for most of us before it's over but some places could see a foot or more good morning i'm donavan wins news time at the tone will be five thirty good morning i'm bridget quinn the winter storm warning kicks in and half an hour and we'll be in effect until eight tomorrow morning this fourth nor'easter of march is expected to dump six to ten inches the heaviest snow falling during the drive home new york city schools are closed the allied wer is saying don't travel if you don't have to let's get a live update from the devil devastation station in mineola and ten ten wins reporter carol d'auria carol you're right bridget this is a day for only essential workers and for good reason you will be able to get to work because there's no snow right now but you might not get home the wr says ten inches of more and it will shut down the trains and the system will go into snow clearing mode so it means if you go into the city come back home early that's what eric kavanagh is planning to do he's a carpenter and his attitude is the snow be damned new york i'm a winner baby so all right just grin and bear basically that's what you can do what are you gonna do sit on so again ten inches or more and the long island railroad will shut down carol d'auria ten ten wins live at the mineola train station our carolina coverage with a ten ten win severe weather team continues at five forty and live accu weather coming right up but i had five thirty one traffic and transit on the ones and a good morning to karen stewart good morning bridgette wilson's carol about mass transit i will continue that tirade here on the new jersey transit we've got a severe weather schedule and basically that means cross honoring everything private buses light rail also nj transit buses path trains across honoring nj transit.