17 Burst results for "Faneuil Roldan"

"faneuil roldan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"faneuil roldan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tom Foty, President Trump is putting financial pressure on three Central American nations. He blames for what he claims is a crisis on the southern border, in many cases, they put their worst people in the caravan. They're not going to put their best could get rid of them. Problems and they March up here. Coming into the country. We're not letting them in our country. So he's ordered a cut in direct US aid money for El Salvador Honduras. He's also threatening to close the US Mexican border. Democrats say it's the administration that is responsible for the crisis through its failed policies of separating and incarcerating families and focusing too narrowly on a wall instead of comprehensive immigration reform correspondent Kenneth Cragg Columbia, South Carolina, police have found the body of a missing college student, and they have made an arrest in what they call a homicide case, here's correspondent Jim Krasula diversity of South Carolina students. Samatha Joseph said was last seen getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old Faneuil Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping overseas. Israel has just now reopened its crossings from Gaza. They've been closed for days with new confrontations between Israel and Palestinians along that border. Some of them deadly. Correspondent sat down there. One of the things that these release really would like to see from their side is no rockets being launched from from the Gaza Strip which already took place again last night. But also they wanted to see these demonstrations to be as quiet as restrained as possible in exchange for other things like expanded fishing lanes or fishing zones increased electric fuel for power stations with three rejections by parliament. Britain's government is considering yet another vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to leave the European Union. Bat was supposed to have happened a couple of days ago at this point. There is no clear picture of if when or how that will happen or not Facebook, founder, Mark Zuckerberg out with an op Ed piece for the Washington Post. He is calling for stronger government regulation of the internet. CBS news technology analyst, Larry magazine, it somewhat ironic that Vacher Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been. Accused of abuse in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline key areas that are ripe for and provide somewhat of a road.

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"faneuil roldan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"faneuil roldan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Trump is putting financial pressure on three Central American nations. He blames for what he claims is a crisis on the southern border, in many cases, they put their worst people in the caravan. They're not going to put their best in get rid of their problems. And they marched up here. And then it coming into their country. We're not letting them in our country. So he's ordered a cut in direct US aid money for El Salvador, Guatemala Honduras. He's also threatening to close the US Mexican border. Democrats say it's the administration that is responsible for the crisis through its failed policies of separating and incarcerating families and focusing too narrowly on a wall instead of comprehensive immigration reform correspondent Kenneth Cragg Columbia, South Carolina, police have found the body of a missing college student, and they have made an arrest in what they call a homicide case, here's correspondent Jim Krasula diversity of South Carolina students. Samantha Josephson was last seen getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old Faneuil Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping overseas. Israel has just now reopened its crossings from Gaza. They've been closed for days with new confrontations between Israel and Palestinians along that border. Some of them deadly. Correspondent sat down one of the things that these release really would like to see from their side is no rockets being launched from from the Gaza Strip which already took place again last night. But also they wanted to see these demonstrations to be as quiet as restrained as possible in exchange for other things like expanded fishing lanes or fishing zones of increased electricity fuel for power stations three rejections by parliament. Britain's government is considering yet another vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to leave the European Union. That was supposed to have happened a couple of days ago at this point. There is no clear picture of if when or how that will happen or not Facebook, founder, Mark Zuckerberg out with an op Ed piece for the Washington Post. He is calling for stronger government regulation of the internet. CBS news technology analyst, Larry magazine, somewhat ironic that Vacher Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been accused. Used of abusive in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline some key areas that are ripe for and provide somewhat of a road map as to where the government can start killing with issues of privacy election interference harmful content and the ability to move data from one service to another. We're gonna NCWA hoops Texas Tech in Virginia advanced to the final four. This is CBS news rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans. Rocket mortgage is with you every step of the way to provide a seamless mortgage experience push-button get mortgage. If you're drowning in IRS tax debt, please get ready to take down this number to take advantage of the new IRS tax forgiveness.

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"faneuil roldan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"faneuil roldan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"He blames for what he claims that a crisis on the southern border, in many cases, they put their worst people in the caravan. They're not going to put their best that. Problems and they marched up here. And then it coming into their country. We're not letting them in our country. So he's ordered a cut in direct US aid money for El Salvador, Guatemala Honduras. He's also threatening to close the US Mexican border. Democrats say it's the administration that is responsible for the crisis through its failed policies of separating and incarcerating families and focusing too narrowly on a wall instead of comprehensive immigration reform correspondent Kenneth Cragg Columbia, South Carolina, police have found the body of a missing college student, and they have made an arrest in what they call a homicide case, here's correspondent Jim Krasula university of South Carolina students Samatha Josephson was last seen getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old Faneuil Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping overseas. Israel has just now reopened its crossings from Gaza. They've been closed for days with new confrontations between Israel and pal. Estonians along that border some of them deadly correspondent sat down as there. One of the things that these really's really would like to see from their side is no rockets being launched from from the Gaza Strip which already took place again last night. But also they wanted to see these demonstrations to be as quiet as restrained as possible in exchange for other things like expanded fishing lanes or fishing zones increased electricity fuel for power stations with three rejections by parliament. Britain's government is considering yet another vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to leave. The European Union was supposed to have happened a couple of days ago at this point. There is no clear picture of if when or how that will happen or not Facebook, founder, Mark Zuckerberg out with an op Ed piece for the Washington Post. He is calling for stronger government regulation of the internet. CBS news technology analyst, Larry magazine, somewhat ironic that Vacher Berg who runs the world's large. Social network, which has been accused of abusive in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline some key areas that are ripe for relation and provide somewhat of a road map as to where the government can start killing with issues of privacy election interference harmful content and the ability to move data from one service to another..

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"faneuil roldan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"faneuil roldan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Tom Foty, President Trump is putting financial pressure on three Central American nations. He blames for what he claims is a crisis on the southern border, in many cases, they put their worst people in the caravan. They're not going to put their best in get rid of their problems, and they marched up here. And then it coming into their country. We're not letting them in our country. So he's ordered a caught and direct US aid money for L Salvador Honduras. He's also threatening to close the US Mexican border. Democrats say it's the administration that is responsible for the crisis through its failed policies of separating and incarcerating families and focusing too narrowly on a wall instead of comprehensive immigration reform correspondent Kenneth Cragg Columbia, South Carolina, police found the body of a missing college student, and they have made an arrest in what they call a homicide case, here's correspondent Jim Krasula university of South Carolina students. Samantha Joseph said was last seen getting into a. Car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old the Faneuil Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping overseas. Israel has just now reopened its crossings from Gaza. They've been closed for days with new confrontations between Israel and Palestinians along that border. Some of them deadly correspondent sat down one of the things that these really's really would like to see from their side is no rockets being launched from from the Gaza Strip which already took place again last night. But also they wanted to see these demonstrations to be as quiet as restrained as possible in exchange for other things like expanded fishing lanes or fishing zones of increased electricity fuel for power stations three rejections by parliament. Britain's government is considering yet another vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to leave the European Union. That was supposed to have had. A couple of days ago at this point. There is no clear picture of if when or how that will happen or not Facebook, founder, Mark Zuckerberg out with an op Ed piece for the Washington Post. He is calling for stronger government. Regulation of the internet. CBS news technology analyst, Larry magazine, somewhat ironic that Ducker Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been accused of abuses in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline and key areas that are ripe for and provide somewhat of a road map as to where the government can start giggling with issues of privacy election interference harmful content and the ability to move data from one service to another. We're gonna NC double a hoops Texas Tech in Virginia advanced to the final four this is CBS news rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans..

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"faneuil roldan" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"faneuil roldan" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Foty, President Trump is putting financial pressure on three Central American nations. He blames for what he claims is a crisis on the southern border, in many cases, they put their worst people in the caravan. They're not going to put their best. They get rid of their problems, and they marched up here. And then it coming into the country. We're not letting them in our country. So he's ordered a cut and direct US aid money for El Salvador Honduras. He's also threatening to close the US Mexican border. Democrats say it's the administration that is responsible for the crisis through its failed policies of separating and incarcerating families and focusing too narrowly on a wall instead of comprehensive immigration reform correspondent Kenneth Cragg Columbia, South Carolina, police have found the body of a missing college student, and they have made an arrest in what they call a homicide case, here's correspondent Jim Krasula diversity of South Carolina students. Samantha Joseph said was last seen getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old Faneuil Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping overseas. Israel has just now reopened its crossings from Gaza. They've been closed for days with new confrontations between Israel and Palestinians along that border. Some of them deadly. Correspondent sect known as one of the things that these really's really would like to see from their side is no rockets being launched from from the Gaza Strip which already took place again last night. But also they wanted to see these demonstrations to be as quiet as restrained as possible in exchange for other things like expanded fishing lanes or fishing zones increased electric fuel for power stations where three rejections by parliament. Britain's government is considering yet another vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to leave. The European Union was supposed to have happened a couple of days ago at this point. There is no clear picture of if when or how that will happen or not Facebook, founder, Mark Zuckerberg out with an op Ed piece for the Washington Post. He is calling for stronger government regulation of the internet. CBS news technology analyst, Larry Magid, somewhat ironic that Vacher Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been. Accused of abusive in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline in key areas that are ripe for and provide somewhat of a road map as to where the government can start killing with issues of privacy election interference harmful content and the ability to move data from one service to another. We can answer you double a hoops, Texas Tech.

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"faneuil roldan" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"faneuil roldan" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"He blames for what he claims is a crisis on the southern border, in many cases, they put their worst people in the caravan. They're not going to put their best. They get rid of their problems, and they marched up here. And then it coming into their country. We're not letting them in our country. So he's ordered a cut in direct US aid money for El Salvador Honduras. He's also threatening to close the US Mexican border. Democrats say it's the administration that is responsible for the crisis through its failed policies of separating and incarcerating families and focusing too narrowly on a wall instead of comprehensive immigration reform correspondent Kenneth Cragg Columbia, South Carolina, police have found the body of a missing college student, and they have made an arrest in what they call a homicide case, here's correspondent Jim Krasula university of South Carolina students Samatha Joseph said was last seen getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old Faneuil Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping overseas. Israel has just now reopened its crossings from Gaza. They've been closed for days with new confrontations between Israel and Palestinians along that border. Some of them deadly. Correspondent sat down as one of the things that these really's really would like to see from their side is no rockets being launched from from the Gaza Strip which already took place again last night. But also they wanted to see these demonstrations to be as quiet as restrained as possible in exchange for other things like expanded fishing lanes or fishing zones of increased electricity fuel for power stations with three rejections by parliament. Britain's government is considering yet another vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to leave. The European Union was supposed to have happened a couple of days ago at this point. There is no clear picture of if when or how that will happen or not Facebook, founder, Mark Zuckerberg out with an op Ed piece for the Washington Post. He is calling for stronger government regulation of the internet. CBS news technology analyst, Larry Magid, it's somewhat ironic that Ducker Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been. Accused of abuse in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline in key areas that are ripe for and provide somewhat of a road map as.

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"faneuil roldan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"faneuil roldan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"He blames for what he claims is a crisis on the southern border, in many cases, they put their worst people in the caravan. They're not going to put their best. They get rid of their problems, and they marched up here. And then it coming into their country. We're not letting them in our country. So he's ordered a cut in direct US aid money for El Salvador, Guatemala Honduras. He's also threatening to close the US Mexican border. Democrats say it's the administration that is responsible for the crisis through its failed policies of separating and incarcerating families and focusing too narrowly on a wall instead of comprehensive immigration reform correspondent Kenneth Cragg Columbia, South Carolina, police have found the body of a missing college student, and they have made an arrest in what they call a homicide case, here's correspondent Jim Krasula university of South Carolina students Samatha Joseph said was last seen getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at Twenty-four-year-old. Faneuil Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping overseas. Israel has just now reopened its crossings from Gaza. They've been closed for days with new confrontations between Israel and Palestinians along that border. Some of them deadly. Correspondent sat down there. One of the things that these really's really would like to see from their side is no rockets being launched from from the Gaza Strip, which took place again last night. But also they wanted to see these demonstrations at to be as quiet as restrained as possible in exchange for other things like expanded fishing lanes or fishing zones increased fuel for power stations with three rejections by parliament. Britain's government is considering yet another vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to leave the European Union. That was supposed to have happened a couple of days ago at this point. There is no clear picture of if when or how that will happen or not Facebook, founder, Mark Zuckerberg out with an op Ed piece for the Washington Post. He is calling for stronger government regulation of the internet. CBS news technology analyst, Larry Magid, somewhat ironic that Vacher Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been. Accused of abusive in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline some key areas that are ripe for and provide somewhat of a road map as to where the government can start dealing with issues of privacy election interference harmful content and the ability to move data from one service to another. We're gonna NCWA hoops Texas Tech in Virginia advanced to the final four. This is CBS news, zoom video conferencing, featuring video and audio clarity with screen sharing. Free. Accounts are available at zoom dot US that zoom dot US zoom video conferencing. Forty degrees at three zero three..

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"faneuil roldan" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"faneuil roldan" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Pressure on three Central American nations. He blames for what he claims is a crisis on the southern border, in many cases, they put their worst people in the caravan. They're not going to put their best in get rid of their problems, and they marched up here. And then it coming into their country. We're not letting them in our country. So he has ordered a cut in direct US money to Al Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. He's also threatening to close the US Mexican border. Democrats say it's the administration that is responsible for the crisis through its failed policies of separate and incarcerating families and focusing too narrowly on a wall instead of comprehensive immigration reform correspondent Kenneth Cragg Columbia, South Carolina, police found the body of a missing college student and they've made an arrest in what they call a homicide case correspondent, Jim Krasula diversity of South Carolina. Student Samatha Josephson was last seen getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old the Faneuil Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping overseas. There have been new confrontations between Israel and Palestinians along the border with Gaza. Most recent rockets fired into Israel from HAMAS-controlled Palestinian side, prompting on his rarely response tank-firing that HAMAs positions earlier there was a more deadly exchange at least four Palestinians were killed. Israeli troops fired tear gas as thousands of Palestinians demonstrated on the Gaza border to Mark the one year anniversary of weekly protests. There Palestinians are demanding an end to a crippling Israeli blockade and Israel is operating concessions as part of Egyptian efforts for a ceasefire. Robert burgers, CBS news Jerusalem, Facebook, founder, Mark zuckerberg's with an op-ed piece for the Washington Post in which he calls for stronger government. Regulation of the internet more from CBS news technology analysts Larranaga, it somewhat ironic that Vacher Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been accused of abusive in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline and key areas that are ripe for relation and provide somewhat of a road map as to where the government can start killing with issues of privacy election interference harmful content. Tent and the ability to move data from one service to another and see double A basketball tournament. Virginia goes into the final four by beating Purdue eighty seventy five in OT, Texas Tech beat Gonzaga seventy five sixty nine. This is CBS news. You have enough things to worry about every day insurance shouldn't be one of them. You can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you. Liberty Mutual insurance. WBZ newsroom Sloan Martin this hour's top story in eighteen year old man from Saint Paul was shot in the neck at a nightclub in Maplewood last night. Maybe when police say the victim was last reported in critical condition at regions it happened at myth nightclub on woodland dry before eleven last night. No one is in custody. Police say they're not sure of the victim was the intended target. There is no known video of the incident which occurred in the adjacent Ashley furniture parking lot. Anyone with information should call police whether they wanted or nod Minnesota legislators are getting an adjustment in their compensation for doing the work of the states people. Minnesota lawmakers main job is to pass bills that becomes state law. But there's much more than that. There are committee hearings and party caucuses not to mention meeting with constituents at traveling from all points, north south east and west to Saint Paul what you might not know is that being a Minnesota state Senator or house member is a part-time job and like all. All jobs. There are pay increases. The legislative salary council has been meeting for several months and had their final meeting where they acted on a pay raise for lawmakers. And they got it. A three percents bump that amounts to an additional fifteen hundred dollars that movie annual salary for Minnesota state. Legislators to forty six thousand five hundred dollars for a part time job, the salary council is independent and made up of people who don't work at the capitol and legislative leaders point out. They have no say what the salary council does. Al shock WCC. Oh, many Minnesota rivers and streams are crusting this weekend with water levels expected to.

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"faneuil roldan" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"faneuil roldan" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Foty, President Trump's putting financial pressure on three Central American nations. He blames for what he claims as a crisis on the southern border, in many cases, they put their worst people in the caravan. They're not going to put their best. They get rid of that. Problems and they marched up here. And then it coming into their country. We're not letting them in our country. So he has ordered a cut indirect US money a to hour, Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. He's also threatening to close the US Mexican border. Democrats say it's the administration that is responsible for the crisis through its failed policies of separate and incarcerating families and focus into narrowly on a wall instead of comprehensive immigration reform correspondent Kenneth Craig Columbia, South Carolina, police are found the body of a missing college student and they've made an arrest in what they call a homicide case. Correspondent Jim Krasula university of South Carolina students Samatha Joseph said was last seen getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old Faneuil Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping overseas. There have been new confrontations between Israel and Palestinians along the border with Gaza. Most recent rockets. Fired into Israel from HAMAs controlled Palestinian side, prompting on his rarely response tank-firing that HAMAs positions earlier there was a more deadly exchange at least four Palestinians were killed. Israeli troops fired tear gas as thousands of Palestinians demonstrated on the Gaza border to Mark the one year anniversary of weekly protests. There Palistinians are demanding an end to a crippling Israeli blockade and Israel is operating concessions as part of Egypt's efforts for a ceasefire. Robert, burgers, CBS news Jerusalem, Facebook, founder, Mark zuckerberg's out with an op-ed piece for the Washington Post in which he calls for stronger government. Regulation of the internet more from CBS news technology analysts Larranaga, it somewhat ironic that Ducker Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been accused of abusive in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outlines and key areas that are ripe for and provide somewhat of a road map as to where the government can start killing with issue the privacy election interference harmful content. And the ability to move data from one service to another and C double A basketball tournament Virginia goes into the final four by beating Purdue eighty seventy five in OT, Texas Tech beat Gonzaga seventy five sixty nine. This is CBS news. Rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans. Rocket mortgage is with you every step of the way to provide a seamless mortgage experience push-button get mortgage. WBZ news time is one oh three years. Traffic and transit update. We're gonna start off in Delaware. We.

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"faneuil roldan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"faneuil roldan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Financial pressure on three Central American nations. He blames for what he claims is a crisis on the southern border, in many cases, they put their worst people in the caravan. They're not going to put their best in get rid of their problems, and they marched up here. And then it coming into their country. We're not letting them in our country. So he has ordered a cut in direct US money to Al Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. He's also threatening to close the US Mexican border. Democrats say it's the administration that is responsible for the crisis through its failed policies of separate and incarcerating families and focusing too narrowly on a wall instead of comprehensive immigration reform correspondent Kenneth Cragg Columbia, South Carolina, police have found the body of a missing college student and they've made an arrest in what they call a homicide case. Correspondent Jim Krasula diversity of South Carolina students. Samatha Joseph said was last seen getting into a car outside a bar. Far close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old the Faneuil Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping overseas. There have been new confrontations between Israel and Palestinians along the border with Gaza. Most recent rockets fired into Israel from HAMAs controlled Palestinian side, prompting on his rarely response tank-firing that HAMAs positions earlier there was a more deadly exchange at least four Palestinians were killed. Israeli troops fired tear gas as thousands of Palestinians demonstrated on the Gaza border to Mark the one year anniversary of weekly protests. There Palistinians are demanding an end to a crippling Israeli blockade and Israel is operating concessions as part of Egyptian efforts for a ceasefire. Robert, burgers, CBS news Jerusalem, Facebook, founder, Mark zuckerberg's out with an op-ed piece for the Washington Post in which he calls for stronger government. Regulation of the internet more from CBS news technology analysts Larranaga, it somewhat ironic that Vacher Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been accused of abuses in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline some key areas that are ripe for and provide somewhat of a road map as to where the government can start killing with issues of privacy election interference harmful. Content and the ability to move data from one service to another and CW basketball tournament Virginia goes into the final four by beating do eighty seventy five in OT, Texas Tech beat Gonzaga seventy five sixty nine. This is CBS news. You have enough things to worry about every day insurance. Shouldn't be one of them. You can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you. Liberty Mutual insurance. Are you more than ten thousand dollars in.

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"faneuil roldan" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"faneuil roldan" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Voted President Trump's putting financial pressure on three Central American nations. He blames for what he claims as crisis on the southern border, in many cases, they put their worst people in the caravan. They're not going to put their best in get rid of their problems, and they marched up here. And then it coming into the country. We're not letting them in our country. So he has ordered a cut in direct US money to Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. He's also threatening to close the US Mexican border. Democrats say it's the administration that is responsible for the crisis through its failed policies of separate and incarcerating families and focusing too narrowly on a wall instead of comprehensive immigration reform correspondent Kenneth Cragg Columbia, South Carolina, police found the body of a missing college student and they've made an arrest in what they call a homicide case. Correspondent Jim Krasula university of South Carolina students Samatha Joseph said was last seen getting into a car. Outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at Twenty-four-year-old. The Faneuil Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping overseas. There have been new confrontations between Israel and Palestinians along the border with Gaza. Most recent rockets fired into Israel from HAMAs controlled Palestinian side, prompting rarely response tank-firing that HAMAs positions earlier there was a more deadly exchange at least four Palestinians were killed. Israeli troops fired tear gas as thousands of Palestinians demonstrated on the Gaza border to Mark the one year anniversary of weekly protests. They're Palestinians are demanding an end to a crippling Israeli blockade and Israel is offering concessions as part of Egyptian efforts forest cease-fire. Robert, burgers, CBS news Jerusalem. Facebook founder Mark zuckerberg's out with an op-ed piece for the Washington Post in which he calls for stronger government. Regulation of the internet. More from CBS news technology analyst, Larranaga it somewhat ironic that Vacher Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been accused of abuses in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outlined in key areas that are ripe for and provide somewhat of a road map as to where the government can start killing with issue. The privacy election interference harmful. Content and the ability to move data from one service to another and C double A basketball tournament Virginia goes into the.

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"faneuil roldan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"faneuil roldan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"On the hour. Sponsored by Liberty Mutual insurance. I'm Gary Nunn. The Trump administration stepping up efforts to stop the flow of immigrants coming through Mexico to the US three Latin American countries, I feel the pressure State Department cut off US aid, El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, which account for the majority of the migrants crossing the southern border. This comes after homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen wrote with an urgent request to congress Thursday saying the agency is facing a system wide meltdown. She calls the number of undocumented immigrants in custody unmanageable with at least sixty six hundred families in custody among them approximately forty seven hundred children CBS, Craig President Trump threatening to close the southern border says that Mexico should stop. The influx investigation underway in Columbia, South Carolina. Elena and the death of a college senior CBS's Jim Krasula university of South Carolina students. Samatha Joseph said was last seen getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was filed in the vehicle at twenty four year old Faneuil Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping the student's body was found by hunters in a wooded area southeast of Columbia, Facebook, CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, and a Washington Post op Ed is calling for stronger government regulation of the internet. CBS technology analyst, Larry Magid increased regulation of social media and the internet if inevitable, regardless of whether Ducker bird advocates it or not fill by doing. So he puts himself in a better position in terms of PR and also helps define what government ought to be looking at and in many cases, neither things that Facebook already doing. So it actually put Facebook in a good position if it can help define. What if the government winds up regulating? Forecasters are tracking a weather system moving across.

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"faneuil roldan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"faneuil roldan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"The Trump administration stepping up efforts to stop the flow of immigrants coming through Mexico to the US three Latin American countries, I to feel the pressure State Department cut off US aid, tell Salvador Guatemala and Honduras, which account for the majority of the migrants crossing the southern border. This comes after homeland security secretary Kirstin Nielsen wrote with an urgent request to congress Thursday saying the agency is facing a system wide meltdown. She calls the number of undocumented immigrants in custody unmanageable with at least sixty six hundred families in custody among them approximately forty seven hundred children CBS's kind of Craig President Trump threatening to close the southern border says that Mexico should stop. The influx investigation underway in Columbia, South Carolina, ended the death. Of a college senior CBS's Jim Krasula university of South Carolina students Samatha Josephson was last seen getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old. The Faneuil Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping the student's body was found by hunters in a wooded area southeast of Columbia, Facebook, CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, and a Washington Post op Ed is calling for stronger government regulation of the internet. CBS technology analyst, Larry mega increased regulation of social media and the internet if inevitable, regardless of whether Berg advocates that are not filled by doing so he puts himself in a better position in terms, the PR and also helps define what are the government auditing looking at and in many cases, neither thing that Facebook is already doing. So it actually put Facebook in a good position if it can help define.

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"faneuil roldan" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"faneuil roldan" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"I'm Gary Nunn. The Trump administration stepping up efforts to stop the flow of immigrants coming through Mexico to the US free Latin American countries, I feel the pressure the State Department cut off US aid, tell Salvador Guatemala and Honduras, which account for the majority of the migrants crossing the southern border. This comes after homeland security secretary Kirstin Nielsen road with an urgent request to congress Thursday saying the agency is facing a system wide meltdown. She calls the number of undocumented immigrants in custody unmanageable with at least sixty six hundred families in custody among them approximately forty seven hundred children CBS's kind of Craig President Trump threatening to close the southern border says that Mexico should stop. The influx investigation underway in Columbia South. Carolina ended the death of a college senior CBS's Jim Krasula university of South Carolina student Samatha Josephson was last seen getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old Faneuil Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping the student's body was found by hunters in a wooded area southeast of Columbia, Facebook, CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, and a Washington Post op Ed is calling for stronger government. Regulation of the internet. CBS technology analyst, Larry mega the increased regulation of social media. And the internet is inevitable, regardless of whether he's Hucker Burg advocates it or not so by doing so he puts himself in a better position in terms of PR and also helps define what the government auditing looking at. And in many cases, either thing that Facebook is already doing. So it actually put Facebook in a good position if it can.

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"faneuil roldan" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"faneuil roldan" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Gary Nunn. The Trump administration stepping up efforts to stop the flow of immigrants coming through Mexico to the US free. Let new American countries I feel the pressure. The State Department cut off US aid, tell Salvador Guatemala and Honduras, which account for the majority of the migrants crossing the southern border. This comes after homeland security secretary Kirstin Nielsen wrote with an urgent request to congress Thursday saying the agency is facing a system wide meltdown. She calls the number of undocumented immigrants in custody unmanageable with at least sixty six hundred families in custody among them approximately forty seven hundred children's UBS Craig President Trump threatening to close the southern border says that Mexico should stop. The influx investigation underway in Columbia, South Carolina, and the death of. A college senior CBS's Jim Krasula university of South Carolina students. Samantha Joseph said was last seen getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old Faneuil Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping the student's body was found by hunters in a wooded area southeast of Columbia, Facebook, CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, and a Washington Post op Ed is calling for stronger government regulation of the internet. CBS technology analyst, Larry Meghan increased regulation of social media and the internet is inevitable, regardless of whether he's Hooker bird advocates it or not so by doing so he puts himself in a better position in terms of PR and also helps define what the government auditing looking at. And in many cases, either thing that Facebook has already doing so it actually put Facebook in a good position if it can help define what.

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"faneuil roldan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"faneuil roldan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"KRLD AM HD KRLD FM HD two Dallas Fort Worth on the Trump administration stepping up efforts to stop the flow of immigrants coming through Mexico to the US three Latin American countries, I feel the pressure. The State Department cut off US aid, tell Salvador Guatemala and Honduras, which account for the majority of the migrants crossing the southern border. This comes after homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen wrote with an urgent request to congress Thursday saying the agency is facing a system wide meltdown. She calls the number of undocumented immigrants in custody unmanageable with at least sixty six hundred families in custody among them approximately forty seven hundred children CBS's, Craig President Trump threatening to close the southern border says that Mexico should stop. The influx investigation underway in Columbia, South Carolina. Under the death of a college senior CBS's, Jim Chris university of South Carolina students Samatha Josephson was last seen getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old Faneuil Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping the student's body was found by hunters in a wooded area southeast of Columbia, Facebook, CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, and a Washington Post op Ed is calling for stronger government regulation of the internet. CBS technology analyst, Larry mega increased regulation of social media and the internet if inevitable, regardless of whether he's Hooker Berg advocates it or not fill by doing. So he puts himself in a better position in terms of PR and also helped define what the government ought to be looking at and in many cases, neither thing that Facebook is already doing. So it actually put Facebook in a good position if it can.

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"faneuil roldan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"faneuil roldan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Can countries I to feel the pressure State Department cut off US aid, tell Salvador Guatemala and Honduras, which account for the majority of the migrants crossing the southern border. This comes after homeland security secretary Kirstin Nielsen wrote with an urgent request to congress Thursday saying the agency is facing a system wide meltdown. She calls the number of undocumented immigrants in custody unmanageable with at least sixty six hundred families in custody among them approximately forty seven hundred children CBS's kind of Craig President Trump threatening to close the southern border says that Mexico should stop. The influx investigation underway in Columbia, South Carolina, under the death of a college senior CBS's. Jim Krasula diversity of South Carolina students. Samatha Joseph said was last seen getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was. Filed in the vehicle at twenty four year old the Faneuil Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping the student's body was found by hunters in a wooded area southeast of Columbia, Facebook, CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, and a Washington Post op Ed is calling for stronger government regulation of the internet. CBS technology analyst, Larry Meghan increased regulation of social media and the internet is inevitable, regardless of whether he's Berg advocates it or not filled by doing so he puts himself in a better position in terms of PR. And also helps define what the government ought to be looking at and in many cases, neither things that Facebook is already doing. So it actually puts Facebook in a good position if it can help.

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