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"elizabeth kendra" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

05:02 min | 11 months ago

"elizabeth kendra" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"Hello dear listeners. This is sasha. And i just want to warn you about this episode was recorded before the scandalous revealing interview between oprah and harry and meghan so keep that in mind and enjoy the episode. Shut out by robert studio. Oh shut up. I love it. I am joke obey. Oh i am sasha filer and we hear a sharp i love it to talk about something underrated or someone on raid it or maybe rated enough but under appreciated or underlaw. I think you could just give the usual spiel. I think you're really setting. Set it off way too much. Well guys you know what joining us today. This is kind of complicated but she was born in brooklyn. New york attended columbia law school and served as an associate justice of supreme court of the united states from nineteen ninety-three until her death. In september twenty twenty welcome elizabeth kendra barron kendra. Should i say that is the full name the.

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"elizabeth kendra" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth kendra" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Advisory begins an hour from now officially and continues until four AM tomorrow snow to begin into the early evening heavier as the evening goes on and then mixing with sleet and freezing rain Byron ten PM than all rain after midnight. And that could be heavy at times overnight and through Sunday morning, maybe a little more mixed precipitation before tapers off tomorrow afternoon. This is WNYC FM HD and AM New York. Coming up on ask me another. We're joined by Brooklyn nine nine star, Terry crews, he just about how he stays humble in Hollywood and opens up about his life before the big screen. I was doing security on the movie sense that was like the bathrooms of this way, sir. But the thing is I remember telling my wife, she'll tell you this is a wonderful job. I was happy then we play music parody game. Where we rewrote songs to make them about things that were famously revived just this film, remade show, biz view stress. Also, judy. Stay tuned. Name a few and we challenge contestants to a final round where every answer is a real or fictional persons famous alter-ego fictional Adleman. Dick, Whitman, Don, Draper. So join me off your Eisenberg for NPR's. Our puzzles word games and trivia, but first the news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Barbara Klein the remains of four Americans killed in a suicide bombing in Syria. This week have arrived at Dover air force base. President Trump traveled there earlier today for a ceremony honoring the one civilian and three military personnel. Isis claimed responsibility for the attack as the partial government shutdown enters a fifth week. President Trump says he's going to make a big announcement next hour, here's NPR's Tom Markeith in his tweet. President Trump says that he will make a quote major announcement about the shutdown and also about what he describes as a humanitarian crisis along the southern border. What isn't clear is whether this really will be a major announcement, President Trump has a history of teasing announcements that turn out to be not really all that major. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of federal employees are hoping for something major to end the impasse over a border wall. NPR's MAURICE opinion loselle reports Elizabeth Kendra is a single mom of three year old boy, she works ah clerk for the fish and Wildlife Service in Homer Alaska, making about thirty seven thousand a year, she filed for an employment, and she says that can help her through the end of the month that if the shutdown goes on much longer I would have to go on welfare. I honestly I'm afraid to think that far she knows she needs to find warrant, but she says hummers economy is seasonal. That's why I was so grateful to get this federal job because it's year round about fourteen percent of federal employees. Make under fifty thousand a year Murray, sipping yellow NPR news for a third year in a row marches are being held across the country to promote women's and others rights. Thousands gathered in Washington DC today and despite inhospitable weather in upstate. Eight New York von golden reports ralliers gathered in Seneca falls at one of the birthplaces of women's suffrage. Elizabeth Cady Stanton was one of the most notable suffrage.

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"elizabeth kendra" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth kendra" Discussed on KCRW

"Monday at one o'clock since Donald Trump became president two years ago. Six people have recorded how politics affects their lives. The one word that I'm feeling about politics would be hopeful. Our government is a dumpster fire. I don't think I'm going to be interested at all anymore. Any politics. I'm Madeline brand listened to America change one person at a time that's Monday at one on KCRW. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Barbara Klein the remains of four Americans killed in a suicide bombing in Syria. This week have arrived at Dover air force base. President Trump traveled there earlier today for a ceremony honoring the one civilian and three military personnel. Isis claimed responsibility for the attack as the partial government shutdown enters a fifth week. President Trump says he's going to make a big announcement next hour, here's NPR's Tom Markeith in his tweet. President Trump says that he will make a quote major announcement about the shutdown and also about what he describes as a humanitarian crisis along the southern border. What is it clear is whether this really will be a major announcement, President Trump has a history of teasing announcements that turn out to be not really all that major. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of federal employees. These are hoping for something major to end the impasse over a border wall. NPR's MAURICE Peniel OSA reports. Elizabeth Kendra is a single mom of a three year old boy, she works as a clerk for the fish and Wildlife Service in hammer Alaska, making about thirty seven thousand a year, she filed for an employment, and she says that can help her through the end of the month that if the shutdown goes on much longer I would have to go on welfare. I honestly I'm afraid to think that far she knows she needs to find work. But she says hummers economy is seasonal. That's why I was so grateful to get this federal job because it's year round about fourteen percent of federal employees. Make under fifty thousand a year Murray's opinion. Lhasa NPR news for third year in a row marches are being held across the country to promote women's and others rights thousand. Gathered in Washington DC today and despite inhospitable weather in upstate New York. Von golden reports ralliers gathered in Seneca falls at one of the birthplaces of women's.

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"elizabeth kendra" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth kendra" Discussed on NPR News Now

"NPR podcasts are now available on every major platform checkout all our shows at NPR dot org slash podcasts. That's NPR dot org slash podcasts. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk White House says President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jon moon, while hold a second summit next month as NPR's tamra Keith reports began announcement follows a meeting at the White House between Trump and a high level North Korean official President Trump met with Kim Young child that chief on voi- for North Korea for about ninety minutes. And at the end, the White House announced a second summit with Kim Jong UN would take place at the indefens- ury later press secretary, Sarah Sanders was asked why Trump would agree to another summit given there's been no movement toward denuclearization since the last one. The United States is going to continue to keep pressure and sanctions on North Korea. And till we see fully and verified denuclearization. We've had very good steps in good faith from the North Koreans in releasing the hostages and other moves, and so we're going to continue those conversations and the president looks forward to his next me a location for the next. Summit hasn't yet been announced tamra Keith NPR news, the White House still no end in sight to the month-long Purcell government shutdown. NPR's Maria Penalosa reports the financial strain is especially hard on families living paycheck to paycheck. Elizabeth Kendra is a single mom of a three year old boy, she works a clerk for the fish and Wildlife Service in Homer Alaska, making about thirty seven thousand a year, she filed for an employment, and she says that can help her through the end of the month that if the shutdown goes on much longer I would have to go on welfare. I honestly I'm afraid to think that far she knows she needs to find work. But she says homers economy is seasonal. That's why I was so grateful to get this federal job because it's year round about fourteen percent federal employees make under fifty thousand a year Murray is up in yellows NPR. News. President Trump is building suspense over. What's a major announcement on border security? White House spokesman Sarah Sanders would only speak in generalities. See I'm not going to get ahead of the president. But I can assure you that he's going to continue fighting for border security. He's going to continue looking for the solution to end the humanitarian national security crisis at the Trump and Democrats in congress remained far apart over Trump's insistence on over five billion dollars in wall funding as the price of reopening the government. Saturday's announcement will take place at three PM eastern time, a huge fire at a pipeline. Leaking fuel in central Mexico killed twenty people and badly burned. Fifty four others on Friday after locals reportedly tried to collect the spilling fuel in buckets the pipeline and apparently exploded hours after thieves drilled illegal tap into the pipeline in the small town about sixty two miles north of Mexico City. This is NPR news. R&b singer R Kelly has been dropped by his label RCA ranker's billboard magazine. First reported the move on Friday afternoon NPR's on a stasio suco soukous reports it comes in the wake of a lifetime television docu series that catalogs more than twenty five years of allegations of physical and sexual abuse against Kelly. RCA records has refused to confirm to NPR that it has dropped R Kelly, but he has been scrubbed from the label's website RCA is owned by Sony Music, Entertainment and earlier this week protesters delivered more than two hundred thousand signatures to the label's offices in New York City, asking them to drop the singer and this morning Henry, James Mason, a man described as our Kelly's manager turned himself into the sheriff's office in Henry County, Georgia police there say he made quote terroristic threats on quote against a man who has publicly accused Kelly of abusing his daughter Kelly continues to deny. All accusations, honest, Essiet soukous, NPR news, New York A winter storm sweeping across the midwest. As it heads toward New England where it was forecast to dump up to two feet of snow. The national weather service. Posting winter storm warnings from Iowa to New York state and all of New England. The storm is expected to bring up to ten inches of snow to the midwest before walloping the northeast on Sunday. Stocks rallied on Friday, the Dow Jones industrial average rose three hundred thirty six points. The NASDAQ composite added seventy two points the s&p five hundred gained thirty four. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington.

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