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"european union abc" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Seeing to use stepped away from the bargaining table this evening to let everyone know the contract talks have been going union vice president Stacey Davis gates says there's been tentative agreement on a couple of areas one deals with the pipeline for teachers of color making sure that the school actions from the school closings school turnarounds in the precipitous decline of black teachers that we can help to turn that around I think the other one that's huge is that over the life of the contract we effectively have a charter moratorium I'm only areas where there is no consensus yet teacher prep time compensation and the length of the contract mayor Lightfoot says it talks are progressing but she does not think the deal is going to be struck this weekend the classes are going to be open on Monday in another setback for British prime minister Boris Johnson and his brexit plan the British parliament is postponed a vote on the latest brags that deal with the European Union ABC's Julie about farmland is in London keep brexit Daytona really gets a to deal with the E. U. husband has spent in the British parliament after MPs pasta contentious amendment making a delay more likely the government shelled the vote for next week the brexit deadline is October thirty first U. S. officials are claiming the cease fire in Syria is not holding Turkey and the courage or each pointing the finger at each other a Qantas airlines plane landed at Sydney airport yesterday after a night well today actually after a nineteen hour flight from Kennedy airport in New York it was a test of what would be the world's longest commercial passenger flight route the pilot John Golding talk to reporters after landing the seven eighty seven Dreamliner in Sydney researching the effects of the the the the long flights the also long will flying on our on our cruise we getting a lot of data that's going to be analyzed the the coming weeks and months.
"european union abc" Discussed on KOMO
"At the editor's desk and I'm Taylor fansites among the headlines they were following today former U. S. Ukraine ambassador Maria yacht of your vote of it she says the state department was pressured to remove her from her post you a lot of it is speaking behind closed doors at the capitol today but according to her opening statement obtained by various news outlets she said a top state department official told her she did nothing wrong and folks are still evacuated from their homes apartments and condos for now in north Seattle but they're expected to be let in soon after gas leak led to a fire off of Midvale Avenue it was burning for a couple of hours earlier today three Puget Sound energy workers suffered minor injuries and they're being treated right now the house intelligence committee will be getting the testimony from the current ambassador to the European Union ABC Serena Marshall reports from the capital he was supposed to testify earlier this week but in a last minute stonewalling the state department blocked him but now Gordon Sunderland's the ambassador to the European Union who Democrats call a key witness into their investigation of the president and his push out of Ukraine investigators political rival will make an appearance on October seventeenth Sunderland's lawyer writing in a statement that following the subpoena in spite of the state department's objections he will come before the house intelligence committee and has quote no agenda apart from answering the committee's questions fully and truthfully Serena Marshall ABC news Capitol Hill and when it comes to the additional documents the committee wants however his lawyer says quote federal law and state department regulations prohibit him from producing them that authority rests with them someone whose time one seventeen a senior adviser to secretary of state Mike Pompeii all has resigned amid growing frustration and anger among career diplomats with palm pales handling of Ukraine here's A. B. C.'s Conor fit again he covers the state department secretary Pompeii I'd had my McKinley at his side throughout his tenure veteran diplomat had previously served as the US ambassador to Peru Colombia Afghanistan and Brazil he was meant to be a liaison to the foreign service a relationship that is sour for Pompey one recent weeks officials are increasingly fed up with his treatment of a career ambassador that was fired from her post in Ukraine and bad now by president trump counterfeiting an ABC news Washington to associates of president trump's personal attorney are facing charges of conspiracy and campaign finance violations they've been described his associates of the president's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani mythologically deeply involved in Giuliani's efforts to investigate the dealings of Joe Biden's son in Ukraine moving through the corridors of power the two men born in the former Soviet Union accused of secretly and illegally funneling foreign money into American politics defendants broke the law to gain political influence while avoiding disclosure of who's actually making the donations of where the money was coming from live part is originally from Ukraine and the gore proven born in Belarus are in Alexander's jail arrested by the F. B. R. I. at Dulles International Airport outside of Washington trying to leave the country they were about to board an international flight with one way tickets some of the alleged illegal campaign contributions coming from Russia with more than three hundred thousand from the men going to a political action committee supporting president.
Brexit: MPs vote by a majority of 211 to seek delay to EU departure
"Voting today on extending the deadline to leave the European Union ABC's. Tom rivers has details from London fed up with the prime minister's chaotic Brexit Evert's. British lawmakers will vote on request to seek more time to formulate inacceptable European exit plan mindful that Theresa May's been running down the clock politicians here pushing back by demanding the exit deadline clock be reset.
Investigative reporter Brian Ross leaves ABC News
"On coffee drinker first this news live from npr news in washington i'm jack speer a three year old girl has died following a stabbing attack in boise idaho saturday night suspect now faces first degree murder charge and several other felonies boise state public radio's james dawson has the story the three year old girl had been celebrating her birthday saturday night when boise police say thirty year old timmy kenner attacked her and others nearby kenner had been staying at the complex which is home to many resettled refugees but was told to leave last week the victims included five other children ranging in age from four to twelve and three adults according to police a judge ordered kenner to be held without bail citing risk to the community according to local media reports those reports also say the suspect asked the judge to represent himself but was assigned a public defender for npr news i'm james dawson in boise idaho president trump is predicting a positive relationship with mexico is new the presidentelect andres manuel lopez over door trump speaking at the white house today says he talked for about thirty minutes with the newly elected leftist leader we talked about border security we talked about trade we talked about nafta we talked about a separate deal just mexico and the united states we had a lot of good conversation i think the relationship would be a very good one we'll see what happens but i really do believe it's going to be a very good one trump has said he intends to lay efforts to renegotiate the north american free trade agreement nafta until after the november election on the shepherd topic of proposed tariffs imported on imported autos the president says us officials will meet soon with officials from the european union abc news investigative reporter brian ross announced today he is leaving the network after twenty four years and bureau's eric digging says ross's departure comes months after he was suspended following in aronie us report involving president trump's former national security advisor in his time at abc news ross's went emmy peabody and poke awards but after reporting in december that might michael flynn with testify that donald trump ordered him to contact russian officials before the election ross revised account of what his source said he's not clarifying that saying according to flynn candidate trump ask him during the campaign the find ways to repair relations with russia and other hotspots ross was suspended four weeks without pay an abc news apologized for the air now the correspondent and his producer rhonda schwartz are leaving the network saying in a joint statement they are quote hardly leaving investigative journalism without specifying where they might work next eric duggan's npr news the manufacturing sector expanded an unexpectedly robust rate last month these two four supply management says its manufacturing index rose to its highest level since february settling another sign of strength in the us konami us factories have been on a twenty two month winning streak on wall street stocks recovered some of their earlier losses to end the session higher the dow is up thirty five points at twenty four thousand three hundred seven the nasdaq rose fifty seven points today you're listening to to npr news i'm mina kim two men charged with thirty six counts of involuntary manslaughter in the twentysix go ship 2016 goes ship warehouse fire are expected to take plea deals of less than ten years each derek i'll main was the primary lease holder of the oakland warehouse turned illegal art collective he's agreed to a nine year sentence according to the east bay times and the san francisco chronicle max harris who allegedly organized the party that night reportedly accepted a six year sentence both men face up to thirty nine years in prison details of the pd are expected to be confirmed in an oakland courtroom tomorrow as san francisco judge who fought to break down racial barriers during his thirty five years on the bench his retiring he alex emslie reports when he was appointed in one thousand nine hundred eighty three people had a hard time pronouncing ronald kit a child's name many people just call me judge q he helped consolidate.