35 Burst results for "Dulles International Airport"

Wife Of Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán Arrested On Drug Trafficking Charges

NBC Nightly News

01:51 min | 4 months ago

Wife Of Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán Arrested On Drug Trafficking Charges

"Wife have notorious drug kingpin. El chapo made her first court appearance today after she was arrested at a dc area airport drug trafficking charges. Let's get more on this now from gotti schwartz. Two years after walking into a federal court support her husband tonight. El chapo wife. Emma cornell is poodle is fighting for her own freedom. Her mugshot taken shortly before her court appearance today via video conference where she was denied. Bond and if convicted could face life in prison the dual use mexican citizen. Who is still married to one of. The world's most notorious drug kingpins now faces conspiracy to distribute cocaine methamphetamine heroin and marijuana into the united states after el chapo whose real name is joaquin guzman went to prison in two thousand fourteen new court documents allege his wife acted as a messenger between the drug lord and his lieutenants associates and sons and when el chapo famously escaped mexican prison using a tunnel court documents. Say she helped orchestrate the plan. What you see in a criminal complaint is the bare bones. There could be more tonight or attorney saying we don't know enough about the case to give clarity to the public adding we'll do what we can get out of this mess. The former beauty queen who married el chapo when she was eighteen was arrested at dulles international airport outside washington. Dc after guzman was extradited to the us in two thousand seventeen than before he was sentenced to life in prison. Evidence is us. Trial showed his wife's involvement in his billion dollar criminal empire an accusation. She's denied donald. Trump was the head of a very very violent and dangerous drug cartel. And it's obvious from the affidavit regarding his wife that she was helping him in almost every respect tonight the kingpin is beauty. Queen forever separated by prison but perhaps destined to share the same fate

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El Chapo's wife, Emma Coronel Aispuro, arrested on drug trafficking charges at Dulles Airport

Dennis Prager

00:22 sec | 4 months ago

El Chapo's wife, Emma Coronel Aispuro, arrested on drug trafficking charges at Dulles Airport

"U. S. Authorities have arrested the wife of imprisoned Mexican drug Lord El Chapo Guzman, Emma Coronel Ice poodle The wife of Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin El Chapo Guzman was arrested Monday and accused of helping Guzman run his multibillion dollar drug cartel and aiding and his escaped from a Mexican prison in 2015. The 31 year old Coronel was arrested at Dulles International Airport in

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El Chapo’s wife arrested in Virginia on drug charges

Red Eye Radio

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

El Chapo’s wife arrested in Virginia on drug charges

"Life of convicted drug king pin one. El Chapo Guzman has been arrested and Justice Department made the announcement that 31 year old Emma Cornel Ice Puro, who was a citizen of both the US and Mexico, was arrested at Dulles International Airport in Virginia on charges related to her alleged involvement in international drug trafficking. I Spiro is charged with conspiracy. Distribute heroin, cocaine and other drugs like marijuana, methamphetamine for unlawful imports into the U. S. Federal officials accused her of assisting and her husband All Chapo's escape from a Mexican prison back in 2015 and escape that involved the construction of an underground tunnel and then, apparently if she allegedly participated this second Planned escape. Two years later, reporter Sharyn Rouget of Fox five in Washington,

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Wife of drug kingpin 'El Chapo' arrested on US drug charges

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Wife of drug kingpin 'El Chapo' arrested on US drug charges

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting U. S. authorities arrest the wife of imprisoned Mexican drug lord el Chapo goos mon Emma Coronel a spoon the wife of Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin el Chapo goos mon was arrested Monday and accused of helping goos mon run his multi billion dollar drug cartel and aiding in his escape from a Mexican prison in twenty fifteen the thirty one year old Coronel was arrested at Dulles International Airport in Virginia she's a dual citizen of the United States and Mexico goos mon who headed the center lower drug cartel for twenty five years serving a life sentence after being extradited to the United States in twenty seventeen micron CEO Washington

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Wife of drug kingpin "El Chapo" arrested on U.S. drug charges

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Wife of drug kingpin "El Chapo" arrested on U.S. drug charges

"Kingpin Joaquin El Chapo Guzman, was arrested today at Dulles International Airport in D. C on international drug trafficking charges. His 31 year old wife, Emma, is a dual citizen of the U. S. And Mexico accused of helping her husband escaped the Mexican president 2015. He was sentenced to life behind bars in 2019, his Sinaloa cartel was responsible for smuggling mountains of cocaine and other drugs into the U. S during his 25 year reign. And the

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Wife of 'El Chapo' arrested in Virginia on international drug trafficking charges

Glenn Beck

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Wife of 'El Chapo' arrested in Virginia on international drug trafficking charges

"Joaquin El Chapo Guzman. He is in custody for her alleged involvement. In an international drug trafficking. Emma Coronel I spirit was arrested today at Dulles International Airport in Virginia. The 31 year old dual U S. Mexican citizen, faces charges of conspiracy to distribute an assortment of drugs into the U. S, and is also accused of playing a part in helping Guzman escaped a Mexican prison. Back in 2015. She's scheduled to be in federal court tomorrow. Husband, El Chapo, was convicted two years ago. New York for his role in leading the senior Lu, a cartel political

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New, potentially ‘significant safety concern’ identified with second phase of Washington, DC-area's Silver Line

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 9 months ago

New, potentially ‘significant safety concern’ identified with second phase of Washington, DC-area's Silver Line

"With Metro's extension of the Silver Line, which will bring trains to Dulles International Airport in into Loudon, County. Metro sent a letter to officials managing the project, expressing concerns that the automatic train control system does not comply with industry standards. System is critical to safe operation of the rail system, making sure trains stay a safe distance from each other. The Washington Post reports the project contractor is investigating. The extension is still expected to open next year.

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"dulles international airport" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"dulles international airport" Discussed on WTOP

"Temperatures will fall into the fifties you're most the clear for your Monday plenty of sunshine high temperatures on Monday will make it into the mid seventies a gradual warming trend as we head through the week ahead by Tuesday a little closer to eighty high temperatures will be in the upper seventies for most of us on Tuesday you may notice a lot more clouds around though on Tuesday there's a small chance we could see showers storm isolated nature on Tuesday and Wednesday Wednesday high temperatures will be in the low nineties mostly sunny as we move into your Thursday and the front passes that's our greatest chance of seeing some showers and storms develop high temperatures on Thursday will still manage to make it to the mid to upper eighties by Friday quieting down low to mid eighties im Sturm team for meteorologists Amari Theodore as they sometimes say All Things Considered a pleasant evening outside right now to sixty two degrees at Dulles International Airport sixty eight at Reagan national and it is sixty three degrees a B. to B. Y. Marshall at ten eleven on WTOP George Floyd pro live coverage continues only on WTOP WTOP dot com DC mayor Muriel Bowser has ordered a city wide curfew it runs from eleven o'clock tonight until six o'clock tomorrow morning that means in about an hour you have to be off the streets the mayor calling for order following two nights of protests WTOP's Alejandro Alvarez was near the protesters when they learned about that curfew I was with a group of about two hundred protesters at the intersection of H. and fourteenth street when the emergency alert about tonight's curfew was sent out almost everybody got it the exact same time in the reaction unfortunately is not safe radio the rest assured that.

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"dulles international airport" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:38 min | 1 year ago

"dulles international airport" Discussed on AP News

"A government report obtained by the Associated Press indicates the man arrived Friday night at Dulles International Airport in Virginia where federal authorities questioned him and inspected his electronic devices the report says he was allowed to enter the country and was on route to visit relatives in Texas Turkish media have identified the man is 39 year old Mohammed Darbus beat Turkey deported him after you spend 5 days in no man's land between Turkey and Greece where he asked to be sent Turkey captured suspected Islamic state group members during its offensive in Syria and has been returning foreigners to their countries of origin and Thomas Washington

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American held in Turkey as IS suspect returns to US

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

American held in Turkey as IS suspect returns to US

"A government report obtained by the Associated Press indicates the man arrived Friday night at Dulles International Airport in Virginia where federal authorities questioned him and inspected his electronic devices the report says he was allowed to enter the country and was on route to visit relatives in Texas Turkish media have identified the man is thirty nine year old Mohammed Darbus beat Turkey deported him after you spend five days in no man's land between Turkey and Greece where he asked to be sent Turkey captured suspected Islamic state group members during its offensive in Syria and has been returning foreigners to their countries of origin and Thomas Washington

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Customs Computer Failure Snarls Passengers at U.S. Airports

Special WMCA Programming

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Customs Computer Failure Snarls Passengers at U.S. Airports

"Week travelers entering the US yesterday found long lines at customs we were that the computer system that customs and border protection uses to our national travelers into a country having the issue and that affected their ability to process passengers at Dulles International Airport though several others around the country it's Michael lowered a spokesman for Dulles airport he says the glitch was eventually fixed in processing was slowly returning to

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Privately Funded Border Wall Near Completion In New Mexico

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:27 min | 2 years ago

Privately Funded Border Wall Near Completion In New Mexico

"Support for NPR and the following message come from Dulles International Airport with the highest on time takeoff percentage of any airport on the east coast. I a d means I'm already departing more at fly Dulles dot com slash fast. There is a new section of border wall under construction in Sunland Park, New Mexico. Now this isn't President Trump's wall. This is the first crowd funded border barrier built with private donations on private land. The team behind the wall showed did offer reporters yesterday and Mallory Falk with member station. K R WG was there. A cement mixer porous concrete onto the ground near newly-built barrier at the corner, where New Mexico, Texas and Mexico. Meet construction workers in bright, green and orange t shirts. Stand at the ready with shovels to smooth a new concrete into a road for border patrol vehicles project. I was started by the American people who all believe in border security, in believe there is a crisis down here. Brian Cole fudge looks out over the construction site. All this was his brainchild. He founded a nonprofit called we build the wall and hired a construction company. Fisher industries to start building on private land fifteen hundred people from the Fisher industries team stood up and was so proud and honored for we build the wall to give us a shot to do this tummy Fisher is president. He's pitching his company as the best contractor for other sections of the wall on private or government land. We have the ability to build in the multi, billions and build miles, and miles and miles. And he's not the only one who sees this as just the beginning, another is Chris Kobuk, former secretary of state of Kansas, and now legal counsel for we build the wall. He says the group's already identified ten other potential sites locations secret. And then once we start building, of course. We, we announced customs and border protection says they're not a partner on this project and that this stretch of land in New Mexico, isn't a high priority site. But Kobuk claims his group's been in close communication, with officials and once construction is done. In his words, they all hand over the keys to the car. I know they're very eager to take control of the site and use it, we dealt the wall may have been in communication with border patrol. But when it comes to local government, that's a different story. Heavier pariah is mayor of Sunland park, the city learned just last week that this wall project was in the works. He says, construction started before all the permits were in or. Under this is an issue that was railroaded into the city of someone park and you know, it takes time for us to review documents. And ensure that everything's been compliance. Semin park is small less than twenty thousand people and has limited resources. The mayor says the city was already struggling to deal with permanent issues. And then when he ordered a temporary pause on construction. He and his staff were flooded with calls from wall supporters, and his family even received death threats pareo worries that other small border communities could also be blindsided. And he says the construction of this border wall, I do not believe is going to accomplish what many people think it will. And what it will accomplishes that. Maybe it'll funnel, some people to different areas in the desert, he says a half mile of private wall is not the solution to the border crisis for NPR news. I'm Mallory Falk in Sunland park.

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Collateral Damage Of The Trade War, Farmers Want Chinese Market Reopened

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:01 min | 2 years ago

Collateral Damage Of The Trade War, Farmers Want Chinese Market Reopened

"Support for NPR and the following message come from Dulles International Airport with the highest on time takeoff percentage of any airport on the east coast. I a d means I'm already departing more at fly Dulles dot com slash fast. We have a deeper look at American farmers affected by the trade war with China, it's well known that soybean farmers of lost their biggest market. What's less understood? Is that the whole US pharma Connie was directed overseas until now here's Amy mayor of Iowa public radio. Let's look at farm trade in three acts, act, one oversupply and politics going back at least late nineteenth century, US, farmers have sold much of what they've grown abroad. That's according to historian. Joe Anderson of mount Royal university in Calgary. Now, he says after World War Two a couple of changes, set the stage for today's global marketplace agricultural policy that's part of this. There's technology. As part of this synthetic fertilizer, and other advances meant farmers were producing well beyond the domestic demand for crops, such as corn, and soybeans, and in Washington lawmakers decided to marry surplus to foreign policy post World War, Two period. The United States started using food, and commodities in general, as a tool in the Cold War. The end government directed sales to other countries, the US department of agriculture and many commodity groups combined forces to open offices overseas and sponsor trade missions, whoa freeze one hundred Vietnam and the Philippines. The central Iowa farmer. Denny freest serves on the Iowa. Corn board and has made several trips to Asia corps before being grower producer. These markets are very to everything that I, I need to create demand for the product we grow because global economy, these big eat a lot of soybeans, and then some of them get sold abroad, but what happened. When demand slumps that brings us to act to why deform or stick with the same crops world. Rural farming today, takes a lot of capital as a boy free as never wrote on a tractor with a cab, but five decades into this business. The one on this John Deere is quipped with four different monitors with all he's invested in land equipment and technology. He can't just wake up one day and decide to grow something else, or soils above very well to growing corn. Soybeans we have the markets for them, and we have the machinery setup for it. So he's dedicated to attracting overseas buyers in addition to Asian countries he and other farmers have there is on Africa, the Middle East and Europe. Already this year, the European Union is buying more from the US than it used to up Pesonen is with the main lobbying voice for EU agriculture imports from the United States increased by fourteen percent mainly due to soybean imports. Even though the robust trade relationship between the US and EU has a long history, Pesonen says it's not immune to impacts from the crowd. Trade war between the US and China. It's quite worrying for us because agriculture is usually one of the first casualties, assessor dispute, and it quite often kind of collateral, damage, US, farmers feel like they're the collateral damage right now, while a second promise bailout could help some many hope instead for a trade resolution that revives the Chinese market for their products now act, three China's too big to lose Chinese demand is huge. That's how farmers came to be so focused on it says Mike Stine hook of the soy transportation coalition, and that paid off swimmingly for a number of years. And now of a sudden due to geopolitical tension that forecast is changed dramatically meaning until China and the US reach a truce in the trade war, there's going to be lots of stress throughout farm country for NPR news. I'm Amy mayor in Des Moines.

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Woman leaves kids to save brother in Syria

Invisibilia

06:39 min | 2 years ago

Woman leaves kids to save brother in Syria

"Have a special present for you today. Courtesy of our friends at embedded it's this amazing story of young woman, whose mother of two small children, and who leaves them and risks her life to save her brother from Syria where he's fighting with ISIS. Now admit I have a soft spot for nontraditional efforts to fight terrorism. Some of you might remember that a few years ago, I did a story about a small Denmark town, where a couple of cops at an also Eleanor slave and link tore life-link kept getting calls from parents who sons had gone missing in the three. They were young men from Muslim neighborhoods. And then there were five on the newer seven who'd been radicalized. Seventy two was ten and snuck off to fight in Syria. I mean, what could we do these cops were trying to figure out what? Can we do about it? What Allen and tore life? Ultimately did was create one of the most unusual counter-terrorism approaches out there to hear their story. Just scroll to the season two called flip the script in urine visibility feed, but I listen to the stellar reporting for my colleagues Ruth Sherlock and Kelly mcevers. Here's Kelly in two thousand ten a guy set himself on fire into nesia in eventually died. People went out into the streets and demanded that the dictator of Tunisia had to go and soon millions of people across the Middle East. We're doing the same thing including in Syria. You might not remember this, but the war in Syria, actually started as a protest. Pretty soon, though, government forces started shooting protesters, and people started fighting back, that's when it became a civil war government versus anti-government. Then it became something else. I covered Syria back then, and to go there, we would have to sneak over the border from Turkey. At one point, we started to see these other guys crossing the border to. Guys with long beards and short pants carrying gun sized boxes guys who would say they were doctors. But looked like something else guys from the Gulf, the former Soviet Union Europe and Africa. And the Turks wanted to let these guys into Syria. So they could help fight against the Syrian government. What they didn't know what none of us knew was it, eventually some of these guys who came over the border would have other goals like fighting not just the Syrian government, but anyone who stood in the way of their Olten it goal to build an Islamic state. That was how it all started today's show is about how it ends. That's coming up. Support for this podcast and the following message come from Dulles International Airport with a dedicated in toll free airport. Access highway from the beltway. I a d means it's accessible to DC with the highest on time takeoff percentage of any airport on the east coast. I a d means I'm already departing and with nonstop flights to more than one hundred thirty five destinations. I a d means I'm already at my destination. More at fly Dellis dot com slash fast. Support also comes from gusto, providing payroll, benefits and HR built for the way small businesses work with gusto. Your federal, state, and local payroll taxes are all automatically calculated paid and filed on your behalf. You can even use gusto to offer your team health benefits and for a one case more than sixty thousand businesses nationwide us gusto for full service payroll. HR. Tools and health insurance. To learn more, go to gusto dot com slash NPR. If you've been following the news, you know that has now been driven out of its territory in Syria and Iraq, some hardcore fighters are dead. Some are in prison. Some are regrouping around the region. But what they left behind is a newer, and in some ways, even more complicated problem, tens of thousands of people who were living under the Islamic state now have nowhere to go the world literally does not know what to do with them. Some of them women and children who chose to follow their husbands, or boyfriends or fathers to ISIS territory. Others were forced to go or kidnapped. And there are others men who lived and worked under ISIS, but it's not clear if they actually fought or killed anyone. What's more complicated? A lot of these guys are from Europe and North America countries that aren't super eager to bring back anyone affiliated with ISIS. Ruth Sherlock covers Syria for NPR, and she's been reporting on the people who ISIS left behind for months. And she has the story of one woman who's looking for her brother to protect your privacy. We're calling this woman. Rima. And her story is all about what you do when someone you love gets caught up in a situation that is way bigger than you could have imagined. Here's worth. Even before he disappeared Remo worried about how old brother, she worried because he was in his thirties and struggling, he had trouble keeping jobs. She says he'd sometimes leave his home for months, even years at a time and cut off contact with his family in Canada. He seemed depressed and then one day, Reema hood that the police had come to her parents house, apparently hit brother had been stopped trying to cross from Canada into the US and the office of the US officer asking, why are coming here. My brother told him that I have a meeting with John McCain, as in Senator John McCain, Reema says the people at the board attend him back, and then the police came to let the family and when she talked to her brother about it. He told me the same story my border. He told me that he receive an Email from John McCain, and he was a guests. And he won't go to Washington to meet him when he told me this. I'm like, okay, God. He's just sick. He had I called my mama. I told her could do. Please call Dr and just win your son in the hospital. I should no, no. He's just doing it depression. Don't worry, I'm like, no mom. No, please.

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Frustrated With Trade Talks, Trump Threatens China With Tariffs

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:02 min | 2 years ago

Frustrated With Trade Talks, Trump Threatens China With Tariffs

"Support for NPR and the following message come from Dulles International Airport with the highest on time takeoff percentage of any airport on the east coast. I a d means I'm already departing more at fly, Dallas dot com slash fast. President Trump has expressed concern that the trade talks with China are moving too slowly. Now, a new round of threats this weekend in a series of tweets. The president renewed threats to raise tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods. The president has delayed plan tariff increases twice this year negotiations with Chinese officials are supposed to start on Wednesday. Joining us with more NPR's chief economics correspondent, Scott Horsely. Good morning, Scott, good morning ritual. So it was only a month ago that we heard President Trump say that these are his words something monumental would be achieved soon in trade talks with China. So how do we go from something monumental to yet? Another threat of tariffs. Rachel these dogs are coming to ahead. The last round Goshi actions in. Was held in Beijing last week in the White House said those were productive Treasury Secretary. Steve Mnuchin has said he hopes to know by the end of this week weather a deal can be achieved or not. So we are approaching a moment of truth here. And maybe the president just thought this was a good time to try to tighten the screws on China. He is threatening to boost those tariffs on two hundred billion dollars in a Chinese goods from ten to twenty five percent. And he's also threatening to slap tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars in additional Chinese imports. So just to be clear American businesses have complained for for years, right that that Chinese trade policies are unfair to them. So remind us what is at the core of the dispute in this moment, there have long been big structural concerns with China over its habit of forcing American companies to share their technological. No house a cost of doing business in that country. And in some cases, just outright, stealing US intellectual property. Trump himself is also concerned with the overall size of the trade deficit between the US and. China which is big and has mostly been growing on his watch most communists, say they're not overly concerned with the trade deficit at and China has tried to appeal to the president by promising to make some big purchases of American goods. But the larger question is whether there is going to be movement by Beijing on those big structural issues. Remind us of the global implications of this. We're talking about the world's two biggest economies here. And so this is certainly created some uncertainty. The trade tensions have forced some US businesses to rethink their supply chains maybe move production to Vietnam instead of China, and it has probably reduced global trade overall here in the United States anxiety over the trade war with China really peaked back in December. You might remember the stock market went through a real roller coaster it spooked consumers it contributed to a pretty disappointing Christmas shopping season. But in the months since then Rachel we've actually seen some calming. There has been an assumption that there would be a trade deal between the US and China we've seen a rebound in consumer spending and in economic growth now here comes the president injecting new uncertainty, and you can see that in the gyrations of the global stock market just overnight. Maybe his all posturing, maybe this is just an effort by the president to gain some negotiating. Leverage, and it won't in the end have much effect. But if those tariffs were actually to kick in if the president would have go through on those threats, it would be a different story. So the president has argued that the terrorists might actually be helping the American economy. Can you can you fact, check that for you know, there's not much evidence of that the president claims in his tweet that the cost of these terraces mostly being born by China. That's an exaggeration. China may be absorbing some of the cost, but most is being paid by US businesses and consumers the effects have not been enough to derail America's economic growth. But there's not much evidence that is actually helping have we heard from any Chinese officials about their reaction to the president's threats. We have China appears to be shrugging off this threat for the moment. At least there were some worries that China might actually boycott the next round of trade talks rather than negotiate with a gun to its head. But the foreign ministry said overnight our time that you know, they've heard threats like this from the president before they apparently are not taking them terribly seriously. And they say. That the Chinese delegation will be at the bargaining table here in DC on Wednesday and just real quick. Although the sip-it questions, Scott, I mean, you said Stephen each and says this week will determine whether or not deal can be made. I mean, what happens if a deal doesn't get made. I mean, if if the president would have fall through on these threats, and that higher tariffs would kick in it would certainly be an additional drag and you'd see broader effect on a lot of consumer goods and Pierre Scott Horsely for us. Thanks got. You're welcome support for this podcast and the following message. Come from NC TA, the internet and television association whose members are building the ten g network of the future that aims to deliver residential internet. Speeds of ten gigabits per second. More at ten g platform dot org.

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Tariffs' Complex Ripple Effects Hit Appliance Shoppers And Makers

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:46 min | 2 years ago

Tariffs' Complex Ripple Effects Hit Appliance Shoppers And Makers

"Support for NPR and the following message come from Dulles International Airport with the highest on time takeoff percentage of any airport on the east coast. I a d means I'm already departing more at fly, Dallas dot com slash fast. Okay. We're going to spend the next few minutes. Talking about household appliances. Not so much about how they can refrigerate your food or wash your clothes. But rather how they help us understand the current trade dispute between the US and China and peers Alina sell UK explains home renovations. If you've done one, you know, it can be exasperatingly time consuming expensive in Janney musters doing more than a renovation. She's doing a remodel bathrooms and a whole new kitchen. It really was daunting the whole experience, you know, bought everything I bought a washer dryer refrigerator freezer, dishwasher, a range, and as she was going to show rooms for all these appliances. In January this stressful thing kept coming up their moment. Anti. I walked in everyone pretty much warned me that step. You worry. I everything was going up as an going up in price. And because muster was shopping on the higher end that could mean hundreds of dollars. Did they say why are they set because of all of the terrorists the terrorists they've been making a huge impact on the cost of appliances in the US, take whirlpool. It's a leading American appliance maker in whirlpool prices. Barely changed for years says alr- Lacayo housing analyst at G dot research. When you look at what happened in twenty eighteen you saw a big pickup where and at first the price to can upward was pretty welcome news for world bull it reflected whirlpools victory over its two main foreign competitors, L, G and Samsung, they're both based in South Korea. And for years world'll argued the Elgin Sampson had been dumping appliances into the US market at below cost rendering competition, irrational and last January, President Trump agreed with whirlpool. He said a new. Hefty tariff on imported washing machines selling washers to Americans became more expensive for foreign companies and domestic manufacturers like whirlpool could finally raise prices. But then Trump imposed more tariffs on metals like aluminum and steel which is critical to building almost any appliance. Suddenly blinds makers everywhere including world, we'll began complaining about the rising cost of raw materials they had little choice, but to start hiking their own prices on certain products. You could be looking at a fourteen to sixteen percent increase from last year to this year. Steve shine cough owns Yale appliance and lighting in the Boston area and his been in the industry his whole life. I'm third generation owner. Yeah, we're here in Boston have been here for almost one hundred years now, it's hard to believe. No. I haven't been here all hundred, but you know, about a third of that shine cough says many brands he works with like, Wisconsin based sub zero and wolf or German thermidor, they regular. Inch up their prices. But in the past year, the increases have been bigger than most now overall prices of major appliances tracked by the Labor Department are starting to take down month to month, but they are still higher than they wore last year when you talk about machine for people wanna buy front loaders. I think you're looking at two to four hundred dollar difference versus last year sank off predicts prices are probably stabilized at this point at least for a while. But for shoppers who chase specials and deals. He says promotions have not been as good as a few years ago. He's noticed one other thing about Whirlpool's Korean competitors last year, both L G and Samsung fast-tracked two manufacturing plants in America. It's great news for American jobs but for world bull. I think this is biggest challenge will ever have and muster who's remodeling her house. She did manage to buy all her appliances before the February price jump. She later learned that saved her more than twelve hundred dollars Alina, so Euch NPR news. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from the American Jewish World Service working together for more than thirty years to build a more just an equitable world. Learn more at AJ, WS dot ORG.

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Rondell Henry charged in National Harbor Islamic State van attack plot

Joe Walsh

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Rondell Henry charged in National Harbor Islamic State van attack plot

"Police may have saved lives near the nation's capital with the arrest of a man who allegedly stole a u haul truck intending to drive deliberately into pedestrian law enforcement investigation alleges the twenty eight year old Rondell Henry at cross state lines with a stolen U-Haul truck. It additionally says that Henry has admitted to wanting to ramp estrogens to create in his words, panic and chaos and then. His plans for truck attack were modeled after the deadly ISIS inspired attack in France, which killed dozens police say the initial target was Dulles International Airport before settling on a popular tourist destination national harbor about ten miles south of DC and Maryland near a major traffic

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Trump Administration Flips Switch On Energy Efficient Light Bulbs

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:05 min | 2 years ago

Trump Administration Flips Switch On Energy Efficient Light Bulbs

"Support for NPR and the following message come from Dulles International Airport with the highest on time takeoff percentage of any airport on the east coast. I a d means I'm already departing more at fly, Dallas dot com slash fast. The energy department wants to undo an Obama era rule designed to make light bulbs more efficient. We're not talking about those pear-shaped bulbs. They've already changed over this new proposal involves just about every other kind of light bulb hairs NPR's Jeff Brady to explain in the past decade, the push for light bulbs that use less energy has made a lot of progress and that can make the light bulb. I'll at a big box store a little confusing. I'm looking for Bob to go inside of my refrigerator. John panic is holding burned out forty watt. Incandescent bulb in one hand and a package of LED bulbs in the other he likes that the LED's us one fifth the energy, but on the package, it says there Demel where I'm not going to be at refit your grade. So he ops for the old incandescent though. It turns out the dim -able LED would've worked just fine. This learning curve is part of a big change underway in the lighting business. No a Horowitz with the natural Resources Defense. Council says the country has been using incandescent bulbs for more than a century today. We have LED's, and they do everything the old incandescent could do except waste energy. You see the pear-shaped LED's everywhere. Now, add issue here is a wide range of other bulbs. Decorative Globes used in bathrooms reflectors recessed lighting candles shaped plates and three way bulbs at the very end of the Obama administration. The department of energy decided these also would have to become more efficient the lighting industry sued the Trump administration sided with the industry and now wants to reverse the regulation Horowitz says that will translate to higher energy bills and more pollution. Now, we're going to have to generate about twenty five large coal burning. Power plants worth of extra electricity of this rollback goes through this is really unnecessary in a really bad idea. And on top of that it's illegal that last point is a question. A judge likely will decide the national electrical Manufacturers Association argues, the Obama administration exceeded its authority by including all these specialty bulbs general counsel Clark. So says it's wrong to call the Trump administration's proposed reversal a roll back the department of energy cannot illegally roll back from a place that it could not legally stand upon in the first place that is important to the industry because rolling back energy efficiency requirements is not allowed under federal law and Silcock rejects claims the industry just wants to continue selling existing styles of bulbs by don't think anybody's focused on we want to sell energy hogging lightbulbs at all what they are focused on is what does their consumer want? And making sure that there is a high level of consumer satisfaction. The industry learned a hard lesson after the first generation of those curly. Compact fluorescent light bulbs were released consumers, basically did not like them. They didn't buy them. They complained about them. We heard that loud and clear Jennifer Dolan is with the company led Vance which manufacturers Sylvania lightbulbs she says the industry wants to make sure it gets the LED versions of all these other kinds of bulbs perfected before releasing them onto the market. She says more efficient bulbs or coming just not as fast as most advocates want future of lighting is Elliott. There's no doubt about that. And we see that in the marketplace, we see that consumers are shifting to LED's and much more rapid rate than we ever anticipated. But given climate change environmental groups argue this regulation is needed. Now when the Trump administration finalizes its reversal those groups plan to take the issue. You to court Jeff Brady NPR news.

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"dulles international airport" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"dulles international airport" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Services. Facebook reps are still developing but say they plan to introduce more languages in the future. I'm Christine Goodwin. Fox News facial recognition technology rolling out at checkpoints should airports across the nation showing some early signs of success. Just the past three weeks that technology at Washington's Dulles International airport has been used to catch two impostors trying to illegally enter the United States Monday was a woman from Ghana, she was caught using someone else's passports. This new facial recognition system compares photos in passports to faces of people presenting them in flags. Those had just don't match the passport it's been very effective. They've got two people at Dulles in just the past three weeks alone. Now, tell them how many people have come in through the country through the airports using somebody else's passports. Right. I wonder how detailed it is. What if somebody loses a lot of weight like yourself in their face, actually, get smaller? They know they know. It'll still I guess they look at eyes sense to me and mouth while and the storm thing like will be that. his fault. Don show. By the end of the week. That's the Saturday All right, morning listen, lead on CNN. if you live with pain a lot of YouTube, maybe Hurricane it's an old sports Florence injury approach possibly to an Donald old car Trump accident. did not Maybe try it's to just stop Arthur rightous it. from That's everyday the story. wear He doesn't and chair. care Well, North maybe Carolina's you're looking governor for another ROY Cooper, source he called of Florence relief for and that extremely pain other dangerous than surgery life appeals, threatening historic you need to hurricane. know about President I've been Trump alive. has declared a state A of unique emergency regenerative in the Carolinas medicine and has clinic cancelled right to here campaign in Austin, events providing in stem, that area. cell, therapies Forecasters and wellness say the technology storm could make landfall stem cell therapies, with winds one are hundred generally and thirty simpler and one much hundred less and fifty invasive miles than an surgical hour. The storm procedures. surge itself These could be as high procedures as twelve are feet very very and safe the rains affordable could end and very up. effective Well, it could utilizing be raining for stem days. cells Yeah. derived On from in your which own body we got we got completed a Harvey by situation board-certified in the making exactly fellowship trained, where orthopedic it just stalls surgeons like it. back Stalled a lot of over. treatments can be completed in as South little as one east, day. Texas I was talking here to beat and oh just from KLBJ rained in FM terms of feet who had in. this So procedure. I had a horrible it's the a doozy. And then given of course, them we've a lot got of a paint. tropical He had this storm procedure. that could be working He its way said towards the results our Texas were absolutely coast right here shero. incredible. Well, we need the rain. We've had And a lot of rain in fact, I've terrier seen him walking better five is a result. one two So eight three six check into. zero To it. If five you're looking ninety. for So another a alternative vote is expected other today than by surgery the state board of education stem cell on therapies how we're going from to describe Bente life might the heroes be for you. Learn that more fought about to what defend Ben the life Alamo can do for you a lot to of be people are concerned in about it you removed life the word dot com. heroic That's been alive and dot maybe com. changing with word diverse Ellen. rake.

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New facial recognition tech catches first impostor at DC airport

Brian Kilmeade

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

New facial recognition tech catches first impostor at DC airport

"Federal authorities say they use new facial recognition technology to arrest a man attempting to enter the US illegally customs and border protection agents arrested the twenty six year old man at Dulles. International Airport he reportedly presented a passport that didn't belong to him arriving at the airport. From Brazil now they later found his real Passport in. His, shoe, well we've all done, that who has to passport and who. Puts, it in their shoe right and. This? New technology scanned his face and notice the. Man did not. Match the picture. On the passport well. That's that's cool that's awesome that's absolutely awesome it worked like it. Should and the result is what.

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"dulles international airport" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"dulles international airport" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"For the fifth time in one week TSA officials have stopped Eighty-eight guns so far this year it they stopped ninety. Four and all of two thousand seventeen anyone caught. Carrying a gun through TSA security checkpoints could face felony charges federal officials say that they have used new. Facial recognition technology to arrest a man attempting to enter the US illegally Daniel. Matan is with the customs. And border protection We apprehended him process back to, Brazil the twenty six year old man arrested at Dulles International Airport after presenting a. Passport that didn't match his face the new technology scanned his face and alerted agents, of the mismatch they found his real I d from the, Republic of Congo hidden in his shoe US coastguard searching for two missing boaters who never returned from trip to the. Bahamas from Stewart the couple both thirty seven left Stewart Wednesday morning and never arrived in. The Bahamas. There. Were border twenty nine foot yacht the searches spending an area the, size of Rhode Island hurricane, lane is, bearing down. On the Hawaiian islands bringing at least, two feet of rain to the big island causing flooding and, landslides it was downgraded to a cat three with one hundred twenty mile an hour winds the US Army Corps of engineers will. Increase releases from lake oh today to both the east and west coast of Florida because the lake level is too. High for hurricane season here's the owner of fly Fish paddle sport every. Day gets worse and worse scary just. When we thought it couldn't, get any worse they're going. To discharge more water over a two week period, discharges will average nearly nine hundred seventy million gallons a day a three judge panel. Unanimously rejecting a stand your ground appeal from attorneys for former Palm Beach gardens police, officer Newman Raja who shot and killed Corey Jones as he, waited for a tow truck on the side of I ninety five here's Corrie's parents we've always on this was not. A standard ground case or Looking.

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Facial recognition used to bust man trying to enter U.S. using phony passport

KSTE Programming

00:26 sec | 3 years ago

Facial recognition used to bust man trying to enter U.S. using phony passport

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"dulles international airport" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"dulles international airport" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Virginia ninety five northbound there is a disabled tractor trailer on the ramp. To the outer loop the left lane is. Blocked roadwork is underway, in Vienna on sixty six. Westbound near Nutley street the right lane is blocked and water and sewer. Repairs are underway in northeast and thirteenth street is closed between Emerson street and gallatin street now from garage door, repair dot com the, WBAL Weather. Channel forecast partly sunny today high ninety two tonight partly cloudy down to seventy four right now. It's eighty degrees at Reagan national I'm Barbara I'm one zero five point nine FM and AM six thirty Washington's mall WMA l. Chris plante AM six thirty You know, you can win. You can win. You can win you're gonna. Win in court you could win in. The supreme court And. The loons will just keep coming back Jamming cake, in your face again and again and again because they're malignant maladjusted misanthropic malevolent miscreants and also anti-christian bigots Very popular and liberal democratic circles to be Anti-christian bigots Good morning and welcome We're at eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five Back, from a a brief, brief, aka Around the boot that is Italy On our annual see cruise My best girl and I back night before last into Dulles International Airport Took a little recovery day yesterday and Back it today Dianne Feinstein whether faithful sidekick Kato in the front seat of her.

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"dulles international airport" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"dulles international airport" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Because you know what once somebody buys a ticket you've got an obligation to take them from point eight point b it's called the contract of carriage i used to hang on bump of poem i used to when i was traveling all the time two hundred and fifty thousand miles a year oh i was the elite of the elite i was global services they kiss your ass one time angie this global services does for you i was on a flight back from munich or somewhere this is an interesting story don't act like you're bored about it well no i saw how you're listening i can tell you're bored see this ever happened to you let me put my nose in the air some more so i'm on a flight back from munich or frankfurt or somewhere making a connection in dose from domus back to denver i'm global services now i got to know the global services team at dulles international airport quite well they were the best people in the world of course they took care of you so they obviously the best people in the world my flight was supposed to land at i dunno concourse d or something my connection was on concourse which is right near the terminal you they did they do they moved the landing slot not the slot but the the the gate from the d gates to the eight gates just for you just for me it's nice to be global shutdown just appeal now i'm just a peon.

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"dulles international airport" Discussed on Newsmakers

Newsmakers

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"dulles international airport" Discussed on Newsmakers

"Yeah it's it is difficult though in the players defense i mean it's kind of a no win situation where if you play hurt and talk about it you know it sounds like you're making excuses and if you play hurt and don't acknowledge it much or don't let the world into everything you're going through then you know you're if you struggle i it's kind of you're being judged by your stats and people don't necessarily know what's behind them so so i get that but yeah i mean i think by and large macabre has been very well appreciated and respected for his great tenure in this game top during the during the world series last year during the world series last year astros fans were murdering aj hinch for you know some high crime he had committed during one of the games in brian mctaggart argyle covers astros his response was would you let him win the world series and then we'll fire him just let him win the world series will fire i mean like we're this stuff comes from i i you know you i know i guess it's your emotional and the voiceless have voice in they want us to know what that voice is it can be a little rough out there so some days you just gotta stay away from notifications altogether topic number two on justice is served and yankees had to sleep at dulles international airport after their scheduled flight to kansas city following a rain out in dc was delayed for nearly twelve hours richard another two prong question for you have you ever slept in an airport and if you had to sleep in any airport which one would it be.

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"dulles international airport" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"dulles international airport" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Employers look at that and look at those things and also one day you're going to have kids do you really want them to find questionable material about you on its roof i saw little tummy it's back on the wheels now everything moved to the shoulder that's right that wasn't a mistake i said northbound to seventy it falls road southbound two seventy stay the course goodbye to a crash southbound of the baltimore washington parkway you won't regret it now coming out of lora toward greenbelt virginia northbound ninety five at the one fifty eight mile marker the prince william parkway collision now on the shoulder and do not freak if you're on your way to dulles international airport there was a wreck westbound in the airport lanes after trap road exit fifteen you can get around without too much trouble now we're toby and chilly in the morning i'm lisa bayden on ninety seven point one fm grilling season is officially on and so is.

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"dulles international airport" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"dulles international airport" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"The passengers and crew were able to walk under the tarmac seven other passengers were treated for minor injuries the ntsb will lead the investigation barter for wii news now emergency landing in virginia after losing a tire during takeoff the express jet was headed from richmond to new york's laguardia when the crew declared an emergency and was forced to land at dulles international airport outside washington dc it landed safely but was unable to taxi to the gate so passengers were bussed there instead no one was hurt liquid nitrogen for breakfast the trendy new cereal that avenue breathing like a dragon outside now for libel mandate north shore and it's pretty humid out there crowds blocking out the sun and rain on the way we'll get to meteorologist jennifer robbins hunter forecasts stuck in traffic we've got the answer no no incidents reported the last accident was on the freeway westbound at the halava interchange and that may be a quicker route to i got a couple of roadwork reminders farrington southbound in nanakuli is going to be completely closed tonight from nanakuli avenue to piliokahi from nine pm to four am repaving traffic will be contra float and the polly will be closed.

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"dulles international airport" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"dulles international airport" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Wow standup characters that makes good decisions in the world after they all fooled around for a while the ladies pitch tonight to solve that was a no brainer they thought it would be fun if a few friends could come by with beer and cigarettes and saul was of course down for that so they called their friends random stranger friends come away definitely three girls that i hired off the internet yeah well those friends turned out to be two dudes who busted into the room with guns install the suitcases of cash yeah i was rooting for saul but you knew that it was not gonna end up good for him to now cops are trying to track down the internet ladies in their friends ask for saul he's pretty upset about the cash that he lost and he said quote i am haunted by this i need my money badly i don't think he's going to be able to see the ladies and get it back no i don't think so this next laser story is out of the friendly skies united airlines has gotten some of the worst press of any company in the past year with a very prominent news stories so fast forward to the other day a gate agent at dulles international airport in dc made sure there wasn't going to be another public relations nightmare on the company's hands and it all started when a woman named allison preece was on an overbooked united flight from dc to austin and the overbooked flights are like why are you so tickets for seats you don't have never get it but okay yeah they do that all the time so they asked for volunteers to give up their seats nobody did so alison got bumped because she paid the lowest fare that is messed up just 'cause she's the smartest shopper she should not get punished they should make the person that book last minute and paid the most anyway as she sat there arguing with the gate agents one of them offered her a seat on the next to austin and compensation along with a ten thousand dollar voucher.

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"dulles international airport" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"dulles international airport" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"How do you one of those stand up characters that makes good decisions in the world after they all fooled around for a while the ladies pitch tonight to solve it was a no brainer they thought it would be fun if you friends could come by with beer and cigarettes and saul was of course down for that so they called the friends random stranger friends come over yeah definitely i three girls that i hired off the internet yeah well those friends turned out to be two dudes who busted into the room with guns installed the suitcases of cash yeah i was rooting for saul but you knew that it was not going to end up good for him now like that cops are trying to track down the internet ladies and their friends ask for saul he's pretty upset about the cash that he lost and he said quote i am haunted by this i need my money badly i don't think he's going to be able to sue the ladies and get it back no i don't think so this next laser story is out of the friendly skies united airlines has gotten some of the worst press of any company in the past year with a very prominent news stories so fast forward to the other day a gate agent at dulles international airport in dc made sure there wasn't going to be another public relations nightmare on the company's hands and all started when a woman named allison priests was on an overbooked united flight from dc to austin and the overbooked flights you're like why are you so tickets receipts you don't have i never get it it's but okay yeah they do that all the time so they asked for volunteers to give up their seats nobody did so alison got bumped because she paid the lowest fare not expressed off just 'cause she's smart assed shopper she should not get punished they should make the person that book last minute and paid the most anyway she sat there arguing with the gate agents one of them offered her a seat on the next flight to austin and compensation along with a ten thousand dollar voucher waist up i'm flying united you guys up a wings me tell me more yeah i think i'm gonna start flying united to voucher that high i don't did she make.

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"dulles international airport" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"dulles international airport" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Thanks for being with us welcome into monday beyond the headlines now this morning's mike gavin is here with a look at some of the other stories he'll be talking about this morning good morning wells up excise politics said some people in the washington washington metro area getting queasy on friday you've heard about the powerful storm that hit the east coast on friday been that not only caused plenty of problems for people on the ground but for the unfortunate people who were in the air as well one plane landing at dulles international airport outside dc during the heavy winds reported that nearly everyone on the flight had lost their lunch sherm whatever else they were eating the national weather service's aviation weather center tweeted out some of the play by play as told to them by one of the pilots of united flight thirty eight thirty three from charlottesville virginia to dc where everyone on the plane was getting sick you even the pilots were on the verge really yeah i'm i'm going to imagine i don't know what titled playing this was but from charlottesville to dc as a very short trip guessing this is a very small plane all right so so you're more susceptible obviously to turbulence getting a tossed about in a situation like that especially thththat weather yes the winds right all boy and you mentioned union somebody who took like 12 hours faced levi car friend of mine was trump went to pick up a her daughter at a catholic university yeah the trip back for washington dc to new jersey which should be three three and a half right took eleven and a half because they were constantly routed onto side roads try to avoid down trees and such right and i credibly i heard from somebody who had a similar situation took him i think like 15 hours is something to make a similar trip because they kept closing bridget's all of that was yes that's right they get cooking to like you know the bridge he was going to be close to be parking lot everyone have to turn around they go to another bridge than that won't be closing we just one bridge after another closing formoly but but that that feeling when you're in the.

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"dulles international airport" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"dulles international airport" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Sober up the courting the affidavit please thaksin's planes facts are not get a silver you will your some throughout these weird tells could little adams at my house nolato wants more mel toast and therapies people keep leaving you have and water and some pretzels well on jetblue i don't know what it it maybe they have better the way they have some cheese or something i don't know you'll have his peppered farm by the allegedly inconsolable passengers said flung the water bottle and food across the plo know very a grateful after that according to the f david a ten is decided to restrain the woman with plastic handcuffs she nece initially resisted but then relented thinking maybe it was like a fifty shades aggressively in whose voters the snacks on jetblue rolled gold cheese its abbie's cookies pop chips yeah well i think it's going to be a key you're going to be toss abbie's cookies right yeah lows will fly you drink too much in line you get an air thank you though uh i yeah i don't know i don't i don't know what to she through something uh she after that the according the affidavit attendance decided to restrain her uh she nisqually resisted but then relented she cursed i hit my life nobody loves me law and asked everyone to go away she managed to bust out of the cuffs after about five minutes called a flight attendant an effing a hole and kicked him in the leg after that another flight attendant was able to get her to calm down and restrain her according to the document the crew they decided that for the safety of the passengers the flight had to be diverted to washington dulles international airport according to the f david the woman passed out for the final twenty minutes of the fun occur gotta jfk she's passed out yeah how what is that away my call butya skiving cheese passed out can't we just go to jfk hiete let man but they decided the land in washington anyway uh i don't know why this is a thing that maybe she must must be trial or something seems like an ally in the things been unsealed and it doesn't really say it was two awesome the keep under rao okay yeah.

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"dulles international airport" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:37 min | 4 years ago

"dulles international airport" Discussed on WGTK

"Out a tweet and he's upset that his financial disclosure was apparently made public and he referred to as a leak and tag rights priebus familiar with twitter tagging means that right previous was given a copy of this tweet so he'll know that scaramucci senate out now it turns out that scaramucci financial disclosure with public record it wasn't the leak and to apply that rights previous leaked it is doubly silly we'll have therefore you later on but i want to get back to debbie wasserman schultz in this it guy his name is imron awan and he reportedly chart the house double the amount required for it commitment and may have expose house information online also charged with several counts of bank fraud after allegedly engaging in a quote scheme to defraud a congressional federal credit union close court according to fox news was was busted at dulles international airport trying to lead the country apparently to go to pakistan on monday night as crimes were discovered back in february and get this he'd been banned from using the house computer network every single congressional democrats who work with him fired him after learning about this report everybody except for debbie wasserman schultz who didn't let him go until this week why though now now this explains why when debbie wasserman schultz was willing the capitol hill police officer this is back in may eighteen and she kept asking him what happens if a member of the house loses a computer and other it commit equipment when you get it back how do you get back why can't get it back right away and i had no idea what he's talking about now we know we know that this guy he apparently has her computer or computer records and she probably is scared to blank about what might be on it so this is in may debbie wasserman schultz is grilling the capitol police head listen to this if in member loses the equipment says they lose the equipment and that is down by the capitol police it is supposed to be returned on that was ready to return to all going the gatien digital and not an ongoing investigation related to the member of the clinton belongs to the.

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"dulles international airport" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"dulles international airport" Discussed on WDRC

"Robotic fashion that he was answering at the same way over and over and over again which just i'm sorry makes you look like an idiot and that's from to people who know idiots as a we know guess we know a couple of them were over night in fact i couple of other strides when it's a cover a couple of other stories here uh just because it's it's been it's been moving so quickly but of a very quickly we haven't spent a lot of time on on this but the former house i staff were at the center of the congressional computer equipment scandal who was the with her was see staffer for wasserman schultz uh imron iran was arrested at the dulles international airport pleaded not guilty yesterday one count of bank fraud during his arraignment in federal court law enforcement authorities for months have been looking to into how awad may have doublebilled the house were quitting and like computers ipads monitors keyboards and routers cell will sell saw several relatives a wall of a one worked for house democrats him were fired months ago awad however was kept on step i representative debbie wasserman schultz even though he was no longer allowed access to the house server network and i think it was what yesterday that the uh they wouldn't was house and found smashed in oak putera equipment and things like that right and right hard drives and wanted things are wondering is how much information because he did to just in worked for hurry worked for other uh democrats and they're worried about information that he may have taken from them and put on a cloud servers somewhere right yeah know top secret information we're this goes i don't no what because there were a number of i mean as you can imagine email conversations as guy had access to all of it and and by the way he worked in his relatives for house democrats for more than a decade this is a just a year or so this goes back a decade what does he had could the information have been shared with other people could he be a spy could he have taken this information and given.

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"dulles international airport" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"dulles international airport" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Same way over and over and over again which just i'm sorry it makes you look like an idiot and that from two people who know idiots yes or we know yes we know a couple of them are over our night in fact i couple other strides when it's a cover a couple of other stories here just because it's it's been it's been moving so quickly but of a very quickly we haven't spent a lot of time on on this but the former house i t staffer at the center of the congressional computer equipment scandal was a with heresy staffer for wasserman schultz in moron a wron was arrested at dulles international airport pleaded not guilty yesterday to one count of bank fraud during his arraignment in federal court law enforcement authorities for months have been looking to into how a may have doublebilled the house were quitting and like computers ipads monitors keyboards and routers so we'll sell several relatives a wall of a one worked for house democrats are more fired months ago awad however was kept on stamp i representative debbie wasserman schultz even though he was no longer allowed access to the house server network and i think it was what yesterday that the uh they wouldn't was house and found smashed you know computer equipment and things like that right and right hard drives and what things are wondering is how much information because he did to just in worked for hurry worked for other democrats and they're worried about information that he may have taken from them and put on a cloud servers somewhere right yeah you know top secret information we're this goes i don't know what because there are a number of i mean as you can imagine email conversations and guy had access to all of it and and by the way he worked in his relatives for house democrats for more than a decade this isn't just a year or so this goes back a decade what does he had could the information been shared with other people could he be a spy could he have taken this information and.

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"dulles international airport" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"dulles international airport" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from the net flakes original documentary nobody speak trials of the free press following a highstakes legal battle over a celebrity sex tape this documentary explores billionaires who challenged freedom of the press now streaming only on netflix live from npr news in washington on chase stevens airports across the nation have begun enforcing president trump's temporary ban on travellers from six muslimmajority nations and peres windsor johnston was at dulles international airport outside of washington d c as the ban took effect the travel ban after many legal challenges is now in partial affect so for the next ninety days people seeking visas from yemen syria's somalia sudan iran and libya will have to prove that they have bona fide connections to the us meaning family work or school ties the executive order also includes a one hundred twenty days suspension of all refugees as well as a fifty thousand cab for fiscal year two thousand seventeen the us supreme court this week gave the green light to allow parts of the trump administration's travel ban to take effect the court is expected to hear arguments on the order in october windsor johnston npr news dulles international airport president trump is hosted a white house dinner for south korean leader moon jae in ahead of meetings tonight and tomorrow trump congratulated moon on his recent election victory and said he looks forward to a fruitful dialogue furthermore thank you very large grid.

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