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"Thanksgiving. Thank you this morning to the military from President Trump on a conference. Call shade your great. Great warriors. Hello and happy thanksgiving. We're celebrating thanksgiving over the United States as you know. And you're celebrating it wherever you are at all parts of the world earlier, the president going after a federal court on Twitter calling the ninth circuit, quote, a complete and total disaster. ABC's Emily row says it's the latest in a string of criticisms of the court that drew the attention of the head of the supreme court Justice John Roberts says we should all be grateful for the independent judiciary. After President Trump again slammed a federal judge who ruled against him. This was an Obama judge. In a statement Roberts said we do not have Obama judges or Trump judges Bush judges or Clinton judges heavy rains in the forecast in parts of California already ravaged by wildfires experts say that could set off mudslides, the death toll in the fires at either end of the state now up to eighty six more. Than five hundred people still unaccounted for officials in India are now trying to figure out how to recover the body of an American John Chow killed by members of a tribe who live on a remote island ABC's James Longman says he was taken there by local fishermen after dropping at the island, the fishermen say they returned and saw what they believed to be his body being buried on the shore and a knickebocker police say he was likely killed with bows. And arrows, according to journals Chow kept published by the Washington Post. It successfully made it onto the island a few days earlier bearing gifts Nissan has now fired its chairman of the board Carlos gone being let go today amid accusations that he under reported his income for years, and the UK may be closing in on a Brexit deal. Prime Minister Theresa may this morning says an agreement is in the reach. This comes after the EU and UK struck a deal on.
"emily row" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, worked from home Friday released from the hospital after landing there earlier this week President Trump was asked about Justice Ginsburg, she gets better. And I hope she serves of the supreme court for many many years eighty five year old fell in her office at the Supreme Court Wednesday evening fracturing three ribs, Emily row. ABC news Washington has says she has no plans to retire expecting to serve at least five more years on the bench. The FAA this week issuing an emergency directive about the new Boeing seven thirty-seven passenger jet involved in that lion. Aircrash last. Month killing everyone on board. ABC news, senior transportation correspondent David curly. And what officials are saying the Indonesian say in that flight off of Indonesia that the plane actually kicked into a safety feature that caused a nosedive now this can be overridden by the pilot, which is what Boeing telling airlines to check. Go back to the manual if the system kicks in which is a software technical glitch, the pilots should override that. And then fly the plane police in Italy have caught up with alleged thieves who carried out a bold blinking heist in Venice ABC's. Megan Williams has the story Italian police say it took months of examining video footage. Cellphone records and social media to catch five suspects arrested in Croatia for carrying off with jewels worth several million dollars from event as museum police used images to measure, the men's height and even compare a ring one war with the same ring. He wore on a Facebook posting for corporations and a Serbian are now in custody. One of the arrested is believed to be part of a global network of jewelry thieves known as what? Else the pink Panthers? Megan Williams, ABC news, Rome..
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been released from the hospital
"Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, worked from home Friday released from the hospital after landing there earlier this week President Trump was asked about Justice Ginsburg, she gets better. And I hope she serves of the supreme court for many many years eighty five year old fell in her office at the Supreme Court Wednesday evening fracturing three ribs, Emily row. ABC news Washington has says she has no plans to retire expecting to serve at least five more years on
"emily row" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Congress returns on Monday for a lame duck session, Emily row. ABC news is with us from Washington high. Emily, hey there. How are you? Good. Their reports that some in the Republican party would like to try to pass sweeping new immigration reform before Democrats, take control in January. That'd be a tough task. They have not been able to get that done prior to this lame duck session. What's the likelihood major legislation like that gets passed during the lame duck? Yeah, it sounding like they might take it up and talk about it. Now, the definition of major that's up for debate here. Of course, President Trump wants his wall, he wants funding major funding for that wall. And the Democrats have said that's not going to happen. We're not going there. Now, they've said they wanna talk about immigration just like the president does. And just like the Republicans want to get something done on it. I think it could come up, and it could maybe have some productive conversation. Whether or not anything gets by that actually. Has you know, those earmarks for an actual wall that I think is less likely to happen. Are these lame duck sessions, Emily, traditionally low drama affairs, or are there sometimes major pieces of legislation that do get past. You know, it depends on the year and what's going on. But there are some major funding bills that need to get passed by the end of the year. The farm Bill is one of them because it sound very exciting. But you know, big big factors for the agriculture industry in our country. You've got a lot of farmers that have dealt with uncertainty trade disputes, low prices for their commodities all that stuff going on. They really want to get something done by the end of the year. That's something that comes up every five years. It also includes food stamps the snap program. That's a big sticking point. It has been going back and forth between Republicans and Democrats in both both chambers of congress actually that one. I think might might get done the hold up. There was that the Republicans wanted tougher work rules to be in that snap program. But you know, I think that they. Might come together and try to show some bipartisan effort in progress by the end of the.
"emily row" Discussed on KOMO
"The shooting. The gunman also died one of those lost was a sheriff's sergeant who intended to retire a year from now he was on a phone call with his wife, right before and veterans screen court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, recovering after falling in her office last night. She was hospitalized this morning with three fractured ribs. Apparently she fell yesterday felt uncomfortable overnight and went to the hospital this morning for observation trying to get along with others win. Talking politics is getting harder for what it's worth, I'm Cheri Preston. Hey, here's a newsflash. We just don't get along when it comes to talking politics. Seriously. According to a new poll from the Pew Research Center. Even more Americans say find it stressful to have a conversation with someone who has different political view than they do even more stressful than it was two years ago. More than half of us. Fifty three percent described as stressful discuss politics, but those on the opposite side, and here's another take away when asked about talking politics again with those they disagree with nearly two thirds of Americans say at the end of the conversation, they find they have less in common than they thought as you might expect those in the polar opposite ends of the spectrum. I thought I was stressed out. The most conservative Republicans the most Liberal Democrats, they're the least likely to find anything interesting or informative and the other side's opinions. We could go on we could tell you more as you plan who should sit where for the fewest fights over thanksgiving dinner, but really what has helped at what point are we going to figure this out and begin to talk to one another again for what it's worth, Cheri Preston. ABC news a week after a massive walkout of its employees. Google says they're changing how it handles sexual misconduct cases. Google CEO soon DARPA CHAI, sending an Email Thursday to employ. Apologizing for the way the company has handled cases of sexual misconduct and promising change the company says it's dropping mandatory arbitration of sexual misconduct cases. It will also provide more details about sexual misconduct allegations in internal reports made available to all employees. Those reports will include the number of cases reported as well as a list of the types of punishment imposed including firings. Pay cuts mandated counselling, Mark Remillard, ABC news in a letter to his now, former colleagues at department of Justice, former attorney general Jeff Sessions praised their work and called it the most fundamental and sacred task of government ABC's, Emily row reports from Washington as he left the department of Justice for the final time Wednesday more than one hundred staffers applauding former attorney general Jeff Sessions. And in a letter addressed to DOJ employees sessions returning praise calling the agency the top litigator on behalf of the American people Matt Whitaker now takes the reins as acting. Attorney general Whitaker has publicly criticized the Mueller investigation. Emily row. ABC news, Washington New York prosecutor declined today to charge the state's former attorney general who left office after being accused of abusing women ABC's. Aaron Katersky has more. Eric Schneiderman had been accused by several women of physical abuse and Nassau County district. Attorney battle in singers. Who was put in charge of the investigation said she believes them. However, she said legal impediments, including statutes of limitations preclude criminal prosecution. Schneiderman a democrat who became an aggressive check on President Trump resigned after the allegations surfaced voters, Tuesday elected Latisha, James the first black woman to hold the office of state attorney general again ABC's Aaron Katersky, diplomacy grinds forward on the Korean peninsula. The US defense posture. Looks little changed on the ground more from ABC's. Tom rivers under the backdrop of the slow unfolding diplomatic dance. A new general is taken up command of U S forces in Korea Robert Abrams conditions. Said. Have ever been pursue.
"emily row" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Just days before the midterm elections. Emily row joins us now live from Washington with all the details. Emily, what do you now? Thanks for having me. Well, the president is saying that he he wants to sign an executive order to end that part of the constitution at fourteenth amendment. That says any babies born in the US whether or not their parents are citizens that they get to be they have US citizenship rights. He says he doesn't like that were only the only country in the world where the person comes in and has a baby the baby the citizen, but we need to end that well that I've actually been fact checked and found not to be true. But he wants to do what he can to end it. And he's got some other Republicans backing him up Lindsey Graham saying he'll introduce legislation to echo the same thing. Okay. But but Lindsey Graham's not talking about a constitutional amendment is he well, he says it would be legislation that would essentially redefine what that means. Now when asked what the language would actually be he said, I don't know, and I won't know until after the midterms. So that's another big thing. In here. So many people are saying, well, this is classic President Trump. He's introducing another thing that he knows we'll play very wealthy was base and motivate voters here, we are just based before the midterm elections. I wouldn't be as simple as a piece of legislation. I mean, they congress would have to amend the constitution or the supreme court could overturn its prior interpretation of the law. I mean this supreme court. Well, no, it's this supreme court minus Brett Cavanaugh ruled on the travel ban and the president's authority when it comes to executive responsibility. With regard to that. Chief Justice John Roberts writing in his majority opinion that we must consider the authority of the presidency itself. I mean, the constitution's very clear when it comes to the fourteenth amendment, but kind of murky when it comes to executive orders. Right. And it's really stuck out to me from an interview with speaker, Paul Ryan, he said, you know, what you cannot end birthright citizenship with an executive order. He said as a conservative. I'm a believer in following a plain text of the constitution. And in this case, the fourteenth amendment is pretty clear, so that's very tally that you have one of the top Republicans in congress are saying not so fast as won't work. Well. And we've seen this before. I mean, the president Shannon used the example of the travel ban. I mean, we went through three different iterations of that before it was approved and then upheld in the supreme court. So isn't it possible that this is the beginning of what will be a lengthy process of executive order overturned by the judiciary executive order over till until we find something that can be agreeable acre certainly could be and maybe that's his strategy here. Just to throw it out there. And and sort of see what sticks if you will to see what he could not get away with. But what policy might work at least for the short term, and then be taken up into supreme court. And maybe that's the end goal either way. But there are already a lot of people who are stepping up and saying the minute you do that which he could do any time. But he's choosing not to do that worst pointing that out as well. But they're saying the second he does he would be challenged by so many people. And the idea of amending the constitution sounds like a very lengthy process that if the ball did get did start rolling imagine how how divided this country is. Now, there's no way you're going to get your now two-thirds two-thirds in congress, and then three quarters of the state legislators to ratify wonder how much this is all about messaging heading into the midterms and making this the issue instead of some of the other issues that have been more popular when it comes to voters like healthcare and things like that. You know, the Democrats saying look at what the Republicans did to dismantle healthcare and Republicans saying, oh, we want to be elected. So we can put together essentially, what was Obama Care and take credit for that. Right. And you have a lot of analysts really making that point. You know, some Democrats, of course, saying the same thing. But hey, watch out he'll say anything before this election that he doesn't really matter. Don't take the bait. But yes, there is that that idea that an effort to really change the conversation moving away from healthcare because it was getting a little bit more traction and people were saying, oh, wait. Now, you want to be wanna protect preexisting conditions while you're signing an awful lot. Like, the Democrats were. So this is all this is a way to very clearly separate himself from the Democrats. Make those two parties, very distinct. We heard Sarah Sanders say that in the press briefing yesterday that the president no matter what's going on in the world. He's going to continue to very aggressively point out the difference between Democrats and Republicans going into these midterms because he believes that that's the first priority right now. So some of course, saying that this is merely an effort to do that and to show that exaggerated. You know, hard line on immigration that he seems to prefer. All right, Emily. Thank you. Thank you. Emily, rather the latest in what will be an interesting conversation, the idea of ending citizenship rights for babies born in the United States to parents who aren't citizens and whether or not the president can actually use an executive order to do. So again, he's been told. And there are some people who have who agree with this. He's been told that you can and at least portions of the definitions or you can you can refine some of the definitions to basically outlaw some of this stuff. But that the constitution has been this inspect this specific issue has been decided on a couple of times that that grant some pretty broad rights to people who are born here even from people who are not citizens. Well, guess who's in Iowa? Joe biden. Oh, look at that. And that's exactly what the reaction's going to be. But it looks like he's on the campaign trail for democratic candidates there in Iowa and Wisconsin, but people are gonna be whispering about twenty twenty. Are they going to say it like that? Twenty twenty Barbara Walters out. Gary, and Shannon will continue just a moment..
"emily row" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Parade for the World Series champion. The Boston Red Sox. It's going to be on Halloween on Wednesday. Evan and rich has that story. Take it away. Evan. Jeff the celebration will take place beginning at eleven o'clock Wednesday morning and Boston mayor Marty Walsh said today, the Duckbo parade will start at Fenway and ended new Sudbury stream excited as mayor host. My first Red Sox parade. I'm getting used to the patriots parades. And now we have a Red Sox parade. So I'm happy about that. Mayors also urging parade goers to be respectful of the city and property as they celebrate Wednesday. The man accused of the mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue over the weekend is out of the hospital in due in court and arraignment is scheduled to start in about a half hour Robert Bowers is set to appear in a federal court this afternoon in Pittsburgh. He's facing twenty nine federal charges, including murder and hate crimes after police say he shot and killed eleven Jewish worshippers at a synagogue on Saturday. A US attorney easy expected to speak after today's court appearance. Emily row. ABC news Washington up to five thousand active duty US troops will reportedly be deployed to the southern border in an effort to block a migrant caravan. That's heading through Mexico. It's. A significant increase over earlier estimates of roughly one thousand troops. Slow moving caravan now roughly several hundred miles away from the US border. Let's get a check of traffic now with Dave Gordon slow inside the Ted tunnel. Westbound also delayed at the beginning of the Sumner. They're they're during some pothole repairs sorts slow by one a it is busy but moving now in and out of Leverett circle on Storrow drive. You are delayed on twenty four northbound in Brockton. There's a crash before pleasant street. So it's backed up there on free. Northbound just a bit of a delay there at fifty three and Hanover. For some roadwork going on the pike is not bad the upper and lower ends up one twenty eight.
"emily row" Discussed on KOMO
"Nine. A new strike force to commit crimes, including drug trafficking for the organized crime drug enforcement task force announced by deputy, attorney general rod Rosenstein, and Cleveland. There is a Memphis will include violent crime, particularly gang violence, retaliatory shootings, carjackings and commercial robbery and all drug trafficking including particularly opioid. Task course, includes federal prosecutors DA FBI ATF and others finally laid to rest, a symbol of the gay rights movement whose family says they were reluctant to bury worried that the gravesite would be desecrated. Matthew Shepard was twenty one years old when he was brutally murdered Lord into a car near his college campus in Wyoming by two men who then beat him and tied shepherd to offense his murder became a catalyst for the fight against violence targeting. The LGBT community on Friday as surveys at the Washington National cathedral to honor shepherd twenty years after his death. Emily row. ABC news, Washington. If you've been wondering says ABC's TJ homes back in two thousand fifteen Powerball changed. The odds of winning from one in one hundred and seventy five million to one in two hundred and ninety two million and last year mega millions followed suit decreasing the odds from one in two hundred and fifty nine million to one in three hundred and two million the longer odds mean jackpots get bigger, this is ABC news. Komo news time seven oh. Four and triple A traffic every ten minutes on the fours who's Tama Fulton in Bellevue and earlier crash on northbound four zero five.
Mattis preparing order sending hundreds of troops to border
"Officials are considering sending nearly active duty US troops to the southern border. Correspondent Emily row reports from the White House the estimated eight hundred to a thousand active duty troops would deploy to the border to help with logistics like building fences or putting up tents for border authorities. The service members would not be working in a law enforcement capacity or engaging with migrants Defense Secretary James Mattis would sign off on the order. There are already two thousand national guard troops at the border called up
"emily row" Discussed on KOMO
"Understand the serious nature of the disappearance of Mr. kashogi. They also assured me that they will conduct a complete thorough investigation Pompeo briefing. President Trump this morning after his trip to Saudi Arabia and that request for more time for the Saudis to investigate is giving abor. Boop rebuke of a bit of the Saudi Royal family from the Trump administration ABC's Emily row in Washington. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will not attend financial summit in Saudi Arabia next week just days ago. Mnuchin said he. He would be there even as high profile executives in media companies pulled out amid claims from Turkish officials that the Saudis ordered and carried out the murder of Jamal kashogi. Mnuchin reversal marks the first reproach of this on east by the Trump administration. Emily row. ABC news, Washington. He's really Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, threatening large-scale military operation in Gaza this week after militants fired rockets on southern Israel. But despite the tough talk that's an Yahoo is keeping the door open for more mediated negotiations as we hear from ABC's malaria in Jerusalem. Attends quiet house returned to the Gaza border, Israel, and HAMAs. Pulling back from the brink of a larger confrontation that after an Israeli family narrowly escaped long-range rocket that destroyed their home prime minister Netanyahu met with his top defense officials for several hours here in Jerusalem, but decided to give the UN in Egypt another chance at brokering a ceasefire between the sides HAMAs also signaling it will rain in the violence to avoid war. Giordano Miller ABC news Jerusalem. All right, twelve tiny at twelve twenty which rhymes with money time for your propel insurance money report. We'll get to your stock numbers in just a moment. Technology and internet companies have been down today sharply though, apple Microsoft, Amazon all trading lower and overall market has just been slammed. Once again, the Dow down three.
Mega Millions jackpot hits $868 million, second-largest in U.S. history
"Lottery favored grows along with the mega millions jackpot. Here's correspondent Emily row. Now for the bad news for all those mega millions players hoping not to have to go to work this morning. No jackpot winner last night. But now Fridays prize will be worth a record eight hundred sixty eight million dollars at least and don't forget tonight's Powerball drawing that jackpot at least three hundred and forty five million dollars in play on America Fridays. Mega
"emily row" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"South west of grant's pass to jump. Fire lines. Casey Cain with the incident management. Team says the fire dangerous extreme on the west side of the conduct fire. The weather conditions are as if it were summertime. No rain Super Dry fuels and the firefighters back on around forty five buildings homes threaten the governor issued an order sending local firefighters protect those structures. Cain says it's disappointing that the work. They did improve fire lines was not able to stop the fifty mile an hour. Winds that caused the fire to spread toward the community of Agnes today. Groups representing Oregon police officers firefighters and correction officers announced a Bill to be introduced next year's legislative session, Lebanon. Zana Erickson says the bail is to make it easier for these public servants to get treatment for post traumatic stress disorder or injuries. More awareness is raised with what is becoming an epidemic and first responder professions. Jeff sheppard. Retired police officer firefighter travels to raise awareness says PTSD or PT sl needs to be recognized as an occupational illness in Oregon promote officer, wellness and resiliency and then tell the author, hey, if you feel something going on coming in talk to us shepherd was diagnosed himself with PTSD after an ambush shooting in his patrol car. But I think it would have turned into a darker thing. If I hadn't got my help shepherd says every year there are many police officers and firefighters who take their own lives and believes a lot of those suicides come from struggling with PTSD, President Trump and the first lady are in Florida today touring the devastation from hurricane. Michael ABC's? Emily row reports. Eighteen people have died the number of dead continues to rise and sounds more now homeless after hurricane Michael FEMA? Director Brock long touring the damage Sunday with Florida governor, Rick Scott, we're starting to see more.
"emily row" Discussed on KOMO
"Was complicit. Or directed this Kelly, obviously, we cannot do business as usual Senator Jeff flake White House officials say an investigation is underway. But President Trump says he's reluctant to limit weapon. Sales to the Saudis US stock futures plunged five hundred points, Thursday extending its two-day loss by more than thirteen hundred points. President Trump is blaming the Federal Reserve's interest rate hike for the market slump. As Wall Street analysts say, it's the president's tariffs and trade wars putting investors on edge. The president offered prayers to victims and survivors of hurricane Michael saying his administration is in constant contact with all the effected states. It went through like a bullet. But it was a devastating bullet. Those are your political insights. I'm Emily row. ABC news rapper Kanye west held court in the Oval Office Thursday for nearly half hour discussing everything for race relations to building airplanes ABC's. Andy Field has details on the unusual meeting. Kanye west had a lot to say we have to release the love liberal would try to control. A black person. Do the concept of racism stop and frisk? Does not help the relationship. I don't ask them questions as simple science sound bites. You you're tasting a fine wine something you don't hear every day in the Oval Office. He might have expected to have a crazy mother like Kanye west the president's reaction. I'll tell you what that was pretty impressive. Field. ABC news, Washington. He was President Trump's longtime attorney and a former deputy finance chairman of the Republican National Committee. Michael Cohen who pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations related to the hush money. Paid the porn stars. Stormy Daniels is switching political parties. ABC's? Aaron Katersky has more his attorney called it. Michael Cohen latest step in a split from President Trump Cohen has switched his party affiliation and registered as a democrat Cohen was previously registered as a democrat before he switched to the Republican party in two thousand seventeen Cohen as pleaded guilty to a felony charge. But until he sentenced he is still eligible to vote in the midterm elections. Komo.
"emily row" Discussed on KOMO
"Now five months. That she and I had no working together. Defense Secretary James Mattis, calling her a tremendous asset, but wouldn't comment on whether he knew about her resignation ahead of today's announcement with the acrimonious and deeply partisan debate over his nomination. Now behind him Justice. Brett Cavanaugh took his seat at the far end of the bench Tuesday morning with his wife and daughters in the courtroom cavenaugh began his tenure on the high court hearing cases, dealing with matters of robbery and burglary. The eye of hurricane Michael is getting stronger as it swirls northward over the Gulf of Mexico today. President Trump declared a state of emergency in Florida, clearing the way for federal assistance to help state and local efforts. Those are your political insights. I'm Emily row. ABC news, Washington. The bookseller Barnes and noble says there's been a huge spike in sales of political books this year, and you can learn something by looking at the map of who's buying what where ABC's Scott Goldberg reports titles like fear and fire and fury have stoked to the sales of political books up. Fifty seven percent compared to last. Year at Barnes and noble, and the bookseller says in states that voted for Hillary Clinton customers are more likely to buy books. Not so flattering if President Trump in red states, it's the opposite. But there are some notable exceptions, Nevada, Colorado and New Hampshire went for Clinton in two thousand sixteen and now customers there are more likely to buy pro-trump books, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin on the other hand went for Trump. But the most popular books sold in those states now are critical of him. Scott Goldberg ABC news. Democratic Representative Pramilla giant Paul's trying to organize progressive Democrats in congress. She's a leader of the new congressional progressive caucus center, which is hoping for a big night in the upcoming elections. Buzzfeed says the group will try to lead Democrats in a more liberal leaning direction. President Trump is hoping to keep a Republican majority in the House Democratic takeover of.
"emily row" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Norman Bryson is director of emergency services and Oslo county North Carolina had people on top of the roof of the cars. They drove into flooded roadways. We're going and picking them off the roofs of their cars with helicopters. We have had people who have been on top of their houses species. Emily row is in Wilmington North Carolina along the Cape. Fear river already broke a record on Friday. And as the tide comes in and out the water swells up into the downtown river wants threes and floods some of those three ABC's Jim Ryan also in north. Carolina says scammers are already striking from overpriced gasoline to fly by night roofing. Contractors North Carolina attorney general jar Stein, hazard five hundred complaints about people trying to take advantage of storm victims forms has brought hardship and despair all across the state. Let's make sure that that hardship isn't compounded by scare mortis trying to take folks. Money. Some of the sneaky most profitable scams involve phony charities. There are calls in Washington for a delay. In the vote on the nomination of Brad Kavanagh onto the supreme court. ABC's Terry Moran says a woman is now come forward accusing him of sexual assault back in the eighties. She alleges that about thirty five years ago, she was at a house party with four other people among them Brad Kavanagh in that he and another young person they were all high school trapped her in a room that Cavanaugh held her down on a bed. Tried to force himself on her covered her mouth to muffle her screams. A border agent is now being held in two and a half million dollars bond accused in four murders in Texas. David Ortiz, a US border patrol agent is allegedly eight calculated murderer killing four women all believed to be sex workers. According to the district attorney over the past two weeks will car this is ABC news. Renters warehouse. Sometimes it's a buyer's market. Sometimes it's a seller's.
Hurricane Florence, making landfall, will bring ‘catastrophic’ flooding over wide area of Carolinas
"Morning, and we want to get to hurricane Florence right off the bat the storm that could bring the worst flooding in recent memory to the Carolinas. Yeah. That's right. The winds from hurricane Florence may have weakened, but the National Hurricane Center still describing this as a potentially catastrophic storm because of the amount of rain it will dump on north and South Carolina. Let's go out live to ABC's Emily row from Wilmington. Good morning hurricane. Florence is inching inland and water is already breaching berms and flooding streets here in Wilmington North Carolina, though sheets of rain and winds are pounding the area. Lorraine's is moving less than ten miles per hour inland, but the wind coming with it ten times as fast these wind start blowing tropical storm rate. It will be virtually impossible for the rescuers to get in to rescue you. Those tropical storm force winds now blasting and area, hundreds of miles wide, ripping off this gas station, canopy in Topsail beach, North Carolina. As first responders pulled back. The storm surge is rushing in. In new Bern people waiting through waist deep. Water trying to get to their hotels and in Wilmington, the rain coming down sideways in sheets families who chose to stay in right out now bracing for the worst large backyard and a really really bending a lot in the wind just howling away here inside the house reports of structural damage. Already racking up and shelters
"emily row" Discussed on WRVA
"And harassment ABC's Kenneth. Gibson reports from New York in a just published New Yorker article six additional women are coming forward with allegations against les Moonves as Phyllis golden godly told the magazine move as sexually assaulted her in one thousand nine hundred six massage therapist. Deborah also claims moonville exposed himself to her during a session in the nineties. These latest accusations had to those from seven other women who previously accused moon Vazza the fences ranging from unwanted advances to sexual assault. Vice President Mike Pence is criticizing President Barack Obama after the former president spent part of the weekend on the campaign trail ABC's Emily row is in Washington with more they race toward the midterm elections is heating up and now President Trump has some competition on the campaign trail, President Obama made another appearance in California over the weekend. Vice President Mike Pence, then said on Fox News Sunday people in two thousand sixteen rejected the policy and direction of rock Obama when they elected president, Donna. Trump also called the anonymous op Ed in the New York Times at assault on our democracy calling on its author to resign. Emily row. ABC news, Washington. The Dallas plays officer that shot and killed her neighbor. Christian youth minister last week has been arrested. Thirty year old Dallas police officer, amber Geiger has been arrested and charged with manslaughter in the shooting death of twenty six year old both John late Thursday, Geiger, reportedly told authorities she returned home after her shift and walked into an apartment she thought was hers and ended up shooting. John who later died at a hospital..
"emily row" Discussed on WTVN
"About the harrowing moments the duck tour boat she and her family were on began to sink on table rock, lake really huge wave swept over and when that wave swept over the last thing I heard, my sister in law was grabbed. The baby the baby among the victims out of the seventeen onboard who, died nine or Coleman's family members including her husband and three children Coleman says the boat's captain. Told passengers they did not need life jackets the NTSB and coastguard heading the investigation looking into why the boat was even. On the water when a weather advisory had just been issued. ABC's Emily row was there with the latest at a press conference Friday, evening NTSB member Irwin said it's still very early in. The investigation, we're working to interview the survivors and the witnesses Together physical. Evidence particularly perishable evidence the issue of life jackets, will be a primary. Focus of the investigation Emily row ABC news Branson, Missouri President Trump's attorney. Says they're not worried about that, secretly recorded conversation obtained during an FBI, search of attorney Michael Cohen's office the recording happening two months before the election Cohen reportedly recorded then candidate Trump talking about paying the, publisher of the National Enquirer for an interview with playboy model Karen McDougal who claims she had, an affair with Trump a decade. Earlier more from ABC's KIRO Phillips sources familiar with the tape say Trump, can be heard telling Cohen to make sure any payment is properly documented in order to have. A record of it but sources say the payment never happened Russia officials say President Vladimir Putin is ready to discuss a. Possible visit to Washington in the fall President Trump invited Putin. Thursday that's raised concerns both Republicans and Democrats questioning Visit saying the administration has not disclosed what. Was discussed during the. Private summit in Helsinki. You're listening to ABC news NewsRadio six ten WTVN I'm Troy Adams Ohio State. University is now, accused by more. Than.
"emily row" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"NTSB and coastguard heading the investigation looking into why the boat was even on the water. When a weather advisory had just been issued ABC's Emily row was there with the latest at a press conference Friday evening, NTSB member. Earl Wehner said it's still very early in the investigation working to interview the survivors and the witnesses. Together physical evidence particularly perishable evidence the issue of life jackets will be a primary focus of the, investigation Emily row ABC news Branson Missouri President Trump's attorney says they're not worried about that secretly recorded conversation. Obtained during an FBI. Search of attorney Michael Cohen's office the recording happening two months before the election Cohen reportedly recorded then candidate Trump talking about paying. The publisher of the National Enquirer for. An interview with playboy model Karen McDougal who claims she had an affair with Trump a decade earlier. More from ABC's KIRO. Phillips sources familiar with. The tape say Trump can be heard telling Cohen to make sure any payment is properly documented in order to have. A record of it but sources say the payment never happened Russia officials say President Vladimir Putin is ready to discuss a, possible visit. To Washington in the fall President Trump invited Putin Thursday that's raised concerns both Republicans and Democrats questioning Visit saying the administration has not disclosed what. Was discussed during the. Private summit in Helsinki. You're listening to ABC news NewsRadio time. To a slow speed chase of a tractor mower through. Downtown Denver injures. Two officers and synthesis back to the hospital DVD's Tyrone Campbell says it started around eight thirty pm..
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"Docteur votes. She and her family were on, began to sink on table rock lake. Really huge wave swept over and when that wave swept over the last thing I heard my sister-in-law was grabbed the baby, the baby among the victims out of the seventeen onboard who died nine or Coleman's family members, including her husband and three children. Coleman says the boat's captain told passengers they did not need life jackets, the NTSB and coastguard heading the investigation looking into why the vote was even on the water. When a weather advisory had just been issued ABC's Emily row was there with the latest at a press conference Friday evening, NTSB member. Earl Wehner said it's still very early in the investigation. We're working to interview the survivors and the witnesses. Together physical evidence particularly perishable evidence the issue of life jackets will be a. Primary focus of the. Investigation Emily row ABC. News Branson Missouri President, Trump's attorney says. They're not worried about that secretly, recorded conversation obtained during an FBI search, of attorney Michael Cohen's office the recording happening two months before the election Cohen reportedly recorded then candidate Trump talking about paying, the publisher of the National Enquirer for an interview with playboy model Karen McDougal who claims she, had an affair with Trump a. Decade earlier more from ABC's cure Phillips sources familiar with the Tate say, Trump can be heard telling Cohen to make sure any payment is properly documented in order to. Have a record of it but sources say the payment never happened Russia officials say President Vladimir Putin is ready to discuss, a possible. Visit to Washington in the fall President Trump invited Putin. Thursday that's raised concerns both Republicans and Democrats questioning Visit saying the administration..
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"The NTSB is trying to figure out, what led up to Thursday nights tour boat accident on Missouri's. Table rock lake vigils were held in Branson Missouri to remember the seventeen people. Killed at a press, conference Friday evening NTSB member Earl Wehner said it's still very early, in the investigation we're working. To interview the survivors and the witnesses Together physical evidence particularly perishable evidence, the issue of life jackets will. Be a primary focus of the investigation Emily row. ABC news Branson Missouri at least once suspected, tornado hitting southern Indiana Friday afternoon. Leaving homes trailers and structures damaged in Harrison, county. Richard Bowman of new Middletown Indiana says he's grateful that his family safe unhurt after their home over which is on damaged. But not destroyed, the shed goal? And that's where I. Was headed for the basement no.
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"Of data users over thirty two gigs him on me notice reduce speeds donald trump jr on a ruptured lawyer continue to grow more questions for junior now that we know a seventh person was at that controversial meeting last summer involving a russian lawyer allegedly offering incriminating information about the hillary clinton campaign russia born america lavious named or not akg chin confirms he was there corresponded emily row he only participants donald junior mentioned working south his brotherinlaw jared kushner campaign chair paul manafort the russian blared natalia vessel nets guy i ended up public relations man for a russian billionaire who sent the whole thing up rob goldstone now we know there were at least two other people at that meeting the russianborn lobbyist and a russian interpreter the russian lobbyists also tells the washington post the lawyer left behind documents for the trump team but didn't say what was in them connecticut senator dick blumenthal shows the russian lobby should appear before congress would you news time eight thirty six georgia congressman john lewis has no fan of president trump he took time on cnn to say so lewis who was the leader of the civil rights movement in the 1960s says the president is on carrying and his policies will set back the movement for equality for minorities monday will mark three years since eric garner is death while in police custody on staten island mayor de blasio's office says it has no plans to mark the out of our serie while no public appearance tied to garners jeff has been scheduled to blows you may speak about him out on related events according to his office garner of course was a 43yearold lauck father of six who died after a confrontation with police in july of 2014 attempted to arrest him for allegedly selling loose untaxed cigarettes near based reach cellphone footage of the altercation captured a white police officer placing garter in an apparent show cold but a staten island grand jury declined to indict the officers sixty nine degrees now cloudy this morning in new york were going up to.