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 Trump files $475 million defamation lawsuit against CNN

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 d ago

Trump files $475 million defamation lawsuit against CNN

"Former president Donald Trump is suing CNN The price tag on the lawsuit $475 million that is how much ex-president Donald Trump says CNN should have to pay him for defaming him The suit is filed in federal court in Florida and centers on the phrase the big lie referring to Trump's false claims of widespread fraud in the 2020 presidential election that put Joe Biden in The White House However numerous federal and local officials in both parties as well as the court former campaign officials and even Trump's own attorney general have

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McDonald’s to Face $10B Race Discrimination Suit From Byron Allen

The Officer Tatum Show

01:57 min | Last week

McDonald’s to Face $10B Race Discrimination Suit From Byron Allen

"It says McDonald's will face a $10 billion lawsuit against them for not advertising enough on black owned media. Now, let me just explain who this helps in who this hurts. The fact that the plaintiff are the fact that and I believe it was a black man that did the suing. The fact that we're suing people because you're not advertising junk food enough on black networks. It's asinine to me. Now the people who are making money from advertisement who wants to sell out the black community because they don't care nothing about your health, you know, one of the leading cause of deaths for black people in America is heart disease and diabetes, hypertension, I mean, literally obesity is rampant amongst the black community. However, you get people who want to sue McDonald's because they don't spend enough advertising to black people. That's like saying, why don't you sell us more stuff to kill us? How dare you, not sell things that's going to destroy our community on our network. Why won't you sell destructive things in our community on our network? Why you just sell it on a white people network where black people ain't listening to? But no, it's about money. Says the federal courts this week ruled that McDonald's will have to face a $10 billion lawsuit allegation that is discrimination or discriminates against black owned media channels by refusing to advertise on them. It says media tycoon, Bryant Byron Allen, a company Alan media group, we're bringing the suit against the fast food retailer with the U.S. district judge for Nando, outgoing, all going, I think it's how you say his name. Clearing the way for Allen to attempt to prove his claim in court. So they're

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FBI Raided Mark Houck's Home for a Misdemeanor

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:53 sec | Last week

FBI Raided Mark Houck's Home for a Misdemeanor

"In the shoes of this pro life leader, Mark hauk, who is a good and decent man. He shoved the accusation as he shoved a pro abortion activist who was getting in the face of his 12 year old son and saying all sorts of horrible things, and I suspect you, mom and dad would do the exact same thing. The federal court threw out a lawsuit, but now the FBI is cracking down and sending 30 FBI agents. Your tax dollars at work, 30 FBI agents, and an early morning raid on the family home. Over what is, in fact, on the books in Pennsylvania, a misdemeanor crime. So if you don't, if you don't believe that the Biden administration is using the FBI as a bully pulpit, you better wake up

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Veteran NY judge named as arbiter in Trump Mar-a-Lago probe

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Veteran NY judge named as arbiter in Trump Mar-a-Lago probe

"A veteran New York judge has been named to serve as an independent arbiter and review records the FBI seized in its search of former president Trump's Florida home last month I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Raymond Derry is a former federal prosecutor and for years served as the chief judge of the federal court based in Brooklyn He will serve as a special master and have access to the entire tranche of documents seized during the August search of Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate segregating out any that may be covered by claims of privilege The FBI says it recovered more than 11,000 documents roughly 100 with classification markings The Justice Department has argued the arbiter should not be permitted to inspect the classified records in her order U.S. district judge aileen cannon also refused the department's request to lift her temporary prohibition on its use of those records Ben Thomas Washington

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Dinesh Shows Why 'Unprincipled' Conservatives Are a Very Good Thing

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

Dinesh Shows Why 'Unprincipled' Conservatives Are a Very Good Thing

"It's not very often that I agree with the new republic, which by the way used to be a good magazine in the 1980s and even 90s has now become a kind of a rag. And when I say I agree with it, what I actually mean is I'm agreeing with it, but from a completely different perspective. So there's an interesting article. It's actually called the rise of right-wing hacks in federal courts. It's written by a guy named Jason Lincoln's and Jason Lincoln's talking about the conservative court and he says that every time the court makes a kind of a conservative decision ranging from the Dobbs decision to judge Eileen cannon, who, by the way, is a Trump appointee on the Mar-a-Lago raid requiring a special master. The article says, you know, all these leftists come out and talk about how the legal reasoning is horrible and how the judge doesn't seem to have a good grasp of the salient issues or how the conservative court is misreading the constitution. And the article goes on to say, you know, all this analysis is beside the point because the conservatives don't really care whether their decisions are anchored in the law or not. They don't really care if the decisions are fully anchored in the constitution or not. They basically are right wingers and they're doing the right wing thing. They're coming up with the right wing outcome, and then their finding some justification for it. Now, first of all, I do want to point out, this is exactly what the liberals do. The liberals say that we have a living constitution, it's meaning is fluid. And so progressives and liberals go will come up with a liberal result that we like. A more equitable result, a more diverse result, we'll find abortion rights, homosexual rights, things that really aren't in the constitution, but we will kind of conjure them into the constitution through a kind of crafty, legal reasoning. So it's kind of amazingly hypocritical for them to be faulting conservatives for doing this.

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 Judge nixes Oath Keepers leader's bid to delay Jan. 6 trial

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Judge nixes Oath Keepers leader's bid to delay Jan. 6 trial

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting a judge nixes the oath keepers leaders bid to delay his trial in the capital riot case The trial of oath keepers leader Stuart Rhodes who faces charges for his role in the January 6th 2021 capital riot will begin as scheduled this month after a federal judge rejected a last minute bid by Rhodes to replace his attorneys Rhodes said in court papers this week there had been a breakdown in communication with his two lawyers Rode's new attorney argued for a delay of at least 90 days The trial against Rhodes and four co defendants scheduled to start September 27th in federal court will test rarely used and difficult to prove charges of seditious conspiracy It will be the most serious January 6th case to go to trial so far Mike Gracia Washington

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Federal Court Ruling on Gender Identity Upends Civil Rights Law

Mark Levin

01:53 min | Last month

Federal Court Ruling on Gender Identity Upends Civil Rights Law

"From the daily signal Sarah partial Perry in a shocking and first of its kind reading of a more than 30 year old disability law that's the Americans with disabilities act A federal judge ruled that the distress that results from a person feeling that he or she is the wrong sex Is a disability that must be accommodated under the Americans with disabilities act If the opinion is left to stain it would open the door for those who consider themselves transgender And Phil clinically distressed To receive public accommodations in bathrooms locker rooms prisons Same sex housing and more U.S. district judge Diana gribbon motz At the fourth circuit Court of Appeals wrote the majority opinion for the divided three panel judge to judge panel In Williams versus kincaid holding that under the Americans with disabilities act Gender dysphoria is a disability Judge Pamela Harris joined matsu's opinion to form the majority The Americans with disabilities act as a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities and all areas of public life employment education transportation and in places that are open to the general public public accommodations So what's the practical impact of this decision It means that those with gender dysphoria a quote incongruence between someone's gender identity and assigned sex I love the assigned sex Assigned by whom God they results in quote clinically significant distress as the American psychiatric association defines it Not only protected from discrimination because of that so called disability but they're entitled to reasonable accommodations

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Judge Orders Release of Detailed List of Property Seized in FBI Raid

Mark Levin

01:38 min | Last month

Judge Orders Release of Detailed List of Property Seized in FBI Raid

"And I do need to update you there was a hearing in federal court today a real judge In the southern district of Florida And this is how it's reported by NBC I read it it seemed pretty accurate A federal judge said today she would make a more detailed list of what the FBI seized from former president Trump's Mar-a-Lago state As Lawrence for Trump and the Justice Department faced off in a federal courtroom in Florida for the first time in a case involving the unprecedented search of his home U.S. district judge Eileen cannon did not immediately rule However on the Trump law's request to appoint a special master to review all the evidence seized in the August 8th search to determine whether any of it includes potential attorney client or executive privilege issues Trump lawyers had requested a more detailed inventory of what investigators seized Contending the version they got from the government was too vague They asked for a detailed account of exactly what was seized and where it was located when it was seized By the way these lawyers Trump has now they really are good They are good Trump's team also said they want a third party special master to share all the evidence with them including the affidavit laying out the government's case that was used to get the search warrant in the first place The department of injustice was ready for the possibility of the judge would order that the more detailed list be on sealed saying in a court filing earlier this week the government is prepared given the extraordinary circumstances to unseal the more detailed receipt and provided immediately to plaintiff but whether it's a waiting for it doesn't need a court order to do that

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How God Lead Kelly Shackelford to Co-Found First Liberty Institute

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:03 min | Last month

How God Lead Kelly Shackelford to Co-Found First Liberty Institute

"And I had all the job offers and I just sat in my little clerk's office and I thought, I just feel like that's not what I'm supposed to do and work for one of these big law firms. I remember thinking, well, what do you want to do? And I thought, well, you know, I should use my legal skills because I feel like God shown me I should do that. But I want to help pastors and churches and religious freedoms and our founding principles and not even like to go to seminary. And a laughed because there was no such paying job in the country at the time. And about two weeks later, two guys called me never met him, big partners with big national law firms. They said, look, we go to lunch. And I said, sure, they said, you know, we started donating our time for religious liberty, and we're not getting so many calls. It's hurting our ability to make a living. So we were wondering, would you be willing to come on, do legal cases, help passers, churches, religious freedoms, and our founding principles, and you can even go to seminary part time. If you want to. You know, being a little, maybe a little immature in my faith at that time and my mid to lower 20s. I said, let me pray about it like that wasn't the answer to prayer. And what I said yes, they said, how much you need to live on and I was at the time I was making 28,000 as a clerk for a federal court. So, I mean, they pitched in out of their pocket. We started a nonprofit, and that was 33 years ago. And, you know, 33 years later, first liberty is the largest legal nonprofit in the country that all we do is really just freedom and amazingly, and I give God the glory for this because you could never produce this of your own effort. We just had two landmark victories at the Supreme Court within 6 days of each other for religious liberties. So it's amazing it's an American story, right? Something that didn't even exist, but somebody had a dream and God carried him along and now we're, you know, where we need to be, which is unfortunately really we need to be able to handle last year over 700 legal matters because of what's happening across our country.

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Tom Fitton: Will the Court Grant a Special Master for Mar-a-Lago Case?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:18 min | Last month

Tom Fitton: Will the Court Grant a Special Master for Mar-a-Lago Case?

"Tom, what is a special master and do you think we're gonna get one in this situation? I don't know whether the court is going to grant this request. The fact that this request has gotten so far in the federal court system is remarkable and is a positive sign for the Trump team, first we beat them, frankly, was not just judicial watch. It was The New York Times. They supported this transparency, too. And other big media companies. And the Justice Department didn't want to release anything. So they lost there. And then they lost against president Trump over the special master fight. We're the one gets appointed. I don't know. There should be a thorough examination by an independent judicial appointed official of these records that not only seriously protects the president's prerogatives in terms of attorney client privilege, which isn't the only issue here as I've highlighted. If the theory is all these records are personal, that issue needs to be adjudicated because if it turns out that there was no basis to suggest that these records were government records that were in the purview of the archives, the FBI or the Justice Department, every single one of those documents should be turned back to Trump. And in the lease you should be given apologies. We'll see what else in terms of accountability, which is a whole other matter.

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Moderna sues Pfizer over patents behind COVID-19 vaccine

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Moderna sues Pfizer over patents behind COVID-19 vaccine

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting Moderna Sue's Pfizer over patents behind the COVID-19 vaccine Moderna is suing Pfizer and German drug maker mayon tech accusing its two main competitors of copying Moderna's technology to make their own COVID-19 vaccine Moderna says Pfizer and BioNTech's vaccine known as community infringes on patents Moderna filed years ago for the technology behind its vaccine known as spike vax Moderna and Pfizer's two shot vaccines both use mRNA technology to help patients fight the coronavirus Moderna filed patent infringement lawsuits in both U.S. federal court and a German court a Pfizer spokeswoman declined to comment I'm Mike Gracia

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Trump Seeks Special Master to Review Documents

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:48 min | Last month

Trump Seeks Special Master to Review Documents

"The way, president Trump now warning that this may not be the end of the attack. So I don't think it is. Because keep in mind, nothing criminal has happened here. President Trump has never been charged with a crime. They have tried to frame this man and by they, I mean the FBI, the swamp in Washington, D.C., they've tried to frame the guy, but nothing ever sticks. So late yesterday, the president filed a motion. And he wants what they call a special master to review all of the documents that have been seized. They went in there. And by the way, the feds, when they go in, they were supposed to go in with a list of things they were looking for, but that's not what they did. They grabbed everything in sight. For hours for hours they searched Mar-a-Lago. They rummaged through the former First Lady's private things. And her closet and so now the president, filing a federal court motion yesterday, demanding that the Justice Department give him a list of everything they took because Trump says, hey, we don't know what they took. We do know they took the president's what three passports, two of them were expired. And what are the FBI do? They came out and said, we've never done such a thing. Well, it turns out they had evidence they did, and then they had to walk that back. And how do they walk it back? Well, two of them were expired, so we don't see what the big deal is you lied. And you stole. President Trump is right to be angry about all of this. And by the way, you ought to be angry too. They're using your tax dollars to attack Donald Trump.

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Special Report: Garland announces move to unseal search warrant for Mar-a-Lago

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

Special Report: Garland announces move to unseal search warrant for Mar-a-Lago

"The Justice Department is asking a federal court to unseal the search warrant the FBI received before searching Donald Trump's Florida estate this week Attorney general Merrick Garland cited several reasons including the fact that Trump himself publicly confirmed the search And the substantial public interest in this matter It's unclear if and when the request might be granted by a federal court in Miami I personally approved the decision to seek a search warrant as part of an ongoing Justice Department probe of classified White House records recovered from Trump's home earlier this year

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Men face sentencing for hate crimes in Ahmaud Arbery's death

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Men face sentencing for hate crimes in Ahmaud Arbery's death

"Three white men who chased and killed a black man running in a Georgia neighborhood are scheduled to appear in federal court today to be sentenced for hate crimes The three men already have been sentenced by the state of Georgia to life sentences for the February 2020 shooting of 25 year old ahmaud Arbery The first to appear for a sentencing hearing today is Travis mcmichael who blasted Arbery with a shotgun after mcmichael his father and a neighbor chased Arbery down The three men faced possible federal life sentences after a jury convicted them in February of violating Arbery civil rights and targeting him because of his race the father and son have asked the judge to send them to a federal present saying they won't be safe in the Georgia prison system I'm Donna warder

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Phil among 11 from LIV to file suit vs. PGA Tour

AP News Radio

00:23 sec | 2 months ago

Phil among 11 from LIV to file suit vs. PGA Tour

"Phil Mickelson and Bryson DeChambeau are among 11 players who have sued the PGA Tour in a San Francisco federal court The players are challenging the tour's right to suspend them for joining the rival live league The suit claims the PGA Tour has used monopoly power to try to squash competition and has unfairly suspended players Three others are seeking a temporary restraining order that would allow them to play in the lucrative FedExCup playoffs

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 Trump ally Navarro sued for alleged unofficial email account

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Trump ally Navarro sued for alleged unofficial email account

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting Trump ally Peter Navarro is sued over an alleged unofficial email account The Justice Department has launched a civil case against former Trump adviser Peter Navarro alleging he used an unofficial email account while working in The White House and wrongfully retained presidential records The lawsuit filed in federal court in Washington claims Navarro used at least one non official email account to send and receive emails The Justice Department alleges that by using the unofficial email account Navarro failed to turn over presidential records to the national archives and records administration The Justice Department is seeking a court order authorizing the recovery of any presidential records in the possession custody and or control of

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NFL appealing Deshaun Watson's 6-game suspension, league says

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

NFL appealing Deshaun Watson's 6-game suspension, league says

"The NFL is challenging at orbiters decision to suspend Cleveland quarterback Desean Watson 6 games for violating the league's personal conduct policy Two dozen women had accused Watson of sexual misconduct during massage treatments while he played for Houston in her first case since the NFL and the players union jointly named her disciplinary officer former federal judge Sue Robinson issued the 6th game ban The league was pushing for an indefinite suspension of at least a year and is now appealing which means commissioner Roger Goodell or someone he picks can impose a harsher penalty The union could then challenge the appeal in federal court

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Man accused of selling bleach as COVID cure extradited to US

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Man accused of selling bleach as COVID cure extradited to US

"A Florida man accused of selling toxic bleach as a cure for the coronavirus has been extradited to the U.S. Mark Brennan the archbishop of the genesis two church of health and healing in Bradenton Florida had an appearance in Miami federal court Thursday almost two years after he was arrested in Colombia He's the latest to face charges for peddling ineffective or downright dangerous substances as medicines to cure COVID-19 Officials say the church manufactured promoted and sold chlorine dioxide as a miracle mineral solution that could cure a vast variety of ailments ignored court orders to stop and threaten to federal judge The substance turns into a toxic industrial bleach when ingested Granite and his sons Jonathan Jordan and Joseph were indicted on one count each of conspiracy to commit fraud and two counts each of criminal contempt The trial is set to begin September 12th in Miami I am Jennifer King

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"federal court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:21 min | 2 months ago

"federal court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Docket ruling. That federal court should not change the rules for elections as the elections approach. Well, in the Alabama case, the elections were 9 months away. And even the primaries, which could have been moved if they had to be. Were four months away. And so, you know, yeah, justice Kavanaugh, I think I remember I joined by justice Alito. Writes this short concurrence trying to justify at least why the two of them voted for a stay, but if anything, their concurrent opinion raises more questions than it answers because if Purcell applies that part in advance of an election, then how can you ever have an injunction in advance of an election that's going to be effective? And I think that part of the problem here is that when you have either no explanation as in the Louisiana case or explanations that just don't hold up to scrutiny as in the Kavanaugh concurrent in the Alabama case, June, for those who want to see partisanship and rank politics, there's nothing to disabuse them of that conclusion. There's no analysis to point another direction. There's no one can say, well, that's just because you disagree with how the court is explaining itself. Well, if the court's not explaining itself, what is there to disagree with? Speaking of partisanship, the courts, liberal justices, Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan dissented the most in emergency orders that were granted, but conservative justices, clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, and Neil Gorsuch did so the most when the court refused to act on appeal. So what does that tell you? Yeah, and I think one of the many interesting things about the shadow docks is that there's been some respects more interest in data about the justices voting patterns than there is on the merits docket. So there was this remarkable moment last October. There was a case out of many called Doe's versus mills. It was a challenge by the main healthcare workers to the state's mandate that healthcare workers in the state be vaccinated and there was like a one paragraph concurrent opinion by justice Barrett joined by justice Kavanaugh that basically said just because we're sympathetic to your claims on the merit doesn't mean we're automatically going to vote to grant emergency relief. We're going to exercise some modicum of discretion in deciding when emergency relief isn't oriented. Basically, Barrett and Kavanaugh laying down a marker that they were going to not vote to grant emergency relief as often as they had say as recently as the previous term. And June, we've seen that play out. I mean, we've seen a number of cases since October, where the only public dissenters from a denial of relief were Thomas lido and Gorsuch. And so the assumption is that Barrett and Kavanaugh did not join them. And so some of these have been vaccine mandate cases. And so I do think that one of the things we're seeing on the shadow docket is that Thomas Alito and Gorsuch would go even farther than the other conservative justice at least Kavanaugh are willing to go. Thanks, Steve. That's professor Stephen vladic of the University of Texas law school, coming up immigration case backlog. This is Bloomberg. How are financial services firms managing in this new reality? Claire Santa niello managing director at BNY Mellon's Pershing explains. If the current times have taught us anything, it's a critical role that technology plays in client relationships. Global conditions have created a

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"federal court" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:38 min | 6 months ago

"federal court" Discussed on WTOP

"To the top stories we're following for you on WTO We have breaking news The Russian military says the flagship of its Black Sea fleet sank while being towed to port after being badly damaged Ukrainian officials say the warship was hit by Ukrainian missiles late yesterday something the U.S. is working to confirm The Russian defense ministry is making no mention of a missile attack It says the ship sank today in a storm after being gutted by fire The man charged in Tuesday's Brooklyn subway attack is being held without bail Frank James made his first appearance in federal court today prosecutors argue James terrified the entire city after unleashing smoke in the railcar and shooting ten people investigators are still trying to figure out a motive Construction of the long delayed purple line will restart this spring The group managing the light rail project linking prince George's and Montgomery counties says it's nailed down the funding to finish building it The project is now expected to be done in the fall of 2026 Stay with WTO for more on these stories and just minutes The largest amount of money for road resurfacing in 8 years That's what Howard county executive Calvin ball is asking for in his proposed budget for fiscal 2023 It would amount to 12 and a half million bucks balls entire $378 million capital project spending plan was sent to the county council April 1st Hearings on the plan are scheduled this month and next with a final vote May 25th Up handed money news Losses for stocks a popular D.C. spot is set to reopen after a two year closure I'm John Aaron It's 6 18.

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"federal court" Discussed on Future Tense

Future Tense

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"federal court" Discussed on Future Tense

"There's been quantity excitement in. I in legal circles in recent days about a decision handed down in the australian federal court which effectively means that the label inventor can in future be given to a non human to an artificial intelligence system. The ruling is a world first and it's likely to be appealed. But how significant is it really professor. Genie patterson is with the center for i and digital ethics at melbourne law. School jamie pedersen. Welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. Tell us about the system at the center of this new legal development. Dabbous what is it and what can it do. Well it's device for thomas bit striking of unified since and it's a narrow network that supposedly is able to be creative to invent a new product of its own accord now. Deborah's has its own creator. He's based in the us and his name is dr steven thaler. Why has docked developing trying to have this particular machine given the same sort of inventors status that he himself enjoys well. Dr failure and a great patient lawyers and a chopping academic code ryan. I bet decided that it was important to understand that is being used quite a lot in the development of various products and particularly pharmaceuticals and. They were worried by the conundrum. That if you're using i but registering the patient to spend invented by a person the some discrepancy in. How much does individual participants. Doing the work might be redone. By the i. But it's the human that's taking the credit for the invention

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"federal court" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"federal court" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"Far in two thousand twenty one about three thousand six hundred retail stores have closed you know. China has banned bitcoin many times before. But this time it's looking pretty serious understanding this stuff. it is kind of our thing here at the indicator. It's like to spend our free time every day. We explain something that is going on in the economy. Listen and follow the indicator from planet. Money on npr. And we're back and we're gonna talk about a new federal court ruling and what it means for the future of daca that is the obama era program that protects those who are illegally brought to us as children from deportation. Unlike the trump administration of course the biden administration is fully committed to keeping it in place but now we have this new ruling mara. What happened what happened. Was that a federal judge in texas said that the program was illegal. But he didn't throw it out entirely. He merely blocked new applicants for this deportation protection. These are people as you said brought to the. Us as children. They have to either be students veterans or high school graduates to apply for this kind of deportation protection. So that means that either. The biden administration has to appeal this. They say they will or congress has to pass a law to rectify the situation. There has been a dreamers bill in congress for the last twenty years. And it's been a bipartisan effort. At some points lindsey graham used to be the republican cosponsor of this The dreamers are very popular. The idea of giving deportation protection to the dreamers is very popular but it's one of those things where it looks like. It should be bipartisan. But bipartisanship on this issue is really hard to find congress and ensue. I feel like. I know the answer to this question. But there are are there any indications that any Immigration legislation has a pathway right now in congress despite democratic control. You know this normally the place of the podcast where i say no scott. of course. congress hasn't been able to advance anything immigration in generation. Yes and that is still true. But what's interesting about. The timing of this ruling is there is a lot of talk among democrats trying to include some elements of immigration reform or rewriting immigration laws in this reconciliation bill in that three point five trillion dollar measure and. I think that this court ruling is only going to increase pressure on democrats not just from immigration advocates but from progressives in their own party to go as big as possible in the reconciliation bill on immigration measures. Now that's going to be a really tricky path because in budget reconciliation. There are very strict rules for what can and cannot be included. But i've talked to a lot of democrats who think that some elements of immigration reform could be included in a budget. Bill and that is one thing we were going to watch very closely as democrats. Start to cobble together. What this package is gonna be and you know. Today jen psaki. The white house press secretary was asked during the briefing whether biden wanted a broad path to citizenship in the reconciliation package and other words for all undocumented workers or does he want a narrow one just for dreamers and of course. She said she'll let the senate decide what's what's interesting about immigration and so many so often when we talk about immigration we talk about it as a social issue but in the context of the budget. Reconciliation democrats are looking at it as a revenue issue. If you take people living in the country illegally and create a pathway to citizenship you create more tax paying citizens although obviously not people who are not citizens do pay taxes in some but you increase the workforce and it's a revenue source and the big conversation around this reconciliation. Bill is going to be how to pay for it and they have made promises that it's going to be fully paid for so if you could point to some immigration measures that would drive hundreds of millions of dollars of revenue over the long term into the us economy. You look at immigration as an as an economic stimulus policy and not just a social one and that is potentially a pathway to put it into a budget bill. We're talking about this. This question of whether or not it would fit into the bill which will of course be a decision made by the senate parliamentarian. There's probably also going to be a huge decision on whether or not this reconciliation. Bill can include. You know something called us clean energy standard that would really set hard mandates on energie going forward that would be a big deal and climate circles are too high stakes rulings coming from this person. Do we have any sense. How far down the line these key decisions could be made as something likely would not happen until the fall. Oh i think we're months and months away from having a final bill and the big question here is how mind bogglingly politically difficult to democrats wanna make for themselves especially when you have a fifty fifty senate and like three or four vote margin in the house to get this through ex. You're exactly right. Scott like immigration alone is is really tough to do. Climate change alone is really tough to do like you. Put this all into one huge behemoth end. Keep party unity. Because we know we don't know but we're pretty certain they're not going to get a single republican vote for any of this That is going to be incredibly difficult. So and everybody's got something they want in that bill and not everything's going to be able to get in there and how the administration decides whose hearts to break with this bill is going to be a huge fight that i think's going to carry through the rest of the year and you know i just wanted to revise an amendment previous metaphor. This is like forcing an elephant through the pipe. Even without immigration is they're still just one python or do we also have multiple python eating different things at this point. Well now this is. This is this is the ultimate python okay because even if even if you put immigration aside the three point five trillion dollar reconciliation is already the biggest expansion of the social safety net since the johnson administration. So it's already. The biggest spending bill in history feels like a lot of congress. Focus podcasts over the next few months. So i hate to break here all right well. Until the next time we.

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"federal court" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"federal court" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"Because it's good for their own politics right like it's good to go home and say you helped deliver x million or billion dollars for your state. An infrastructure is like an issue that everybody every member of congress has an issue in their district or their state that needs money. That needs attention so there is certainly a bipartisan self-serving interests to getting infrastructure done. I think we're the republican resistance has started to come in is they are increasingly politically seeing this bill as a the gateway to allowing democrats to pass this bigger more expansive Federal government. you know this bigger more expensive bill that would expand the federal government and some of them are thinking of talking about Opposing the infrastructure. Bill is more of a political protest against that bill not about the infrastructure bill itself right and we should point out that that big gigantic three point five trillion dollar reconciliation. Bill can be passed with democratic votes only but they need to keep every single democrat onboard. Because they only fifty. Yeah i mean that goes back to your point about the high wire act right like what schumer's trying to do this week is very tricky as both forced bipartisanship to move forward in the senate and in the same day enact very strict party discipline on another matter. So it's it's gonna be a big test. I don't think if they don't if they don't get the votes they need from republicans this week. I don't think it means it's over. The negotiations will continue. But i think it's going to be a sign that it's going to be a lot harder to get that big. Bipartisan vote. that joe biden's been hoping for all right so the first of many sounds like make or break moments Happening in the legislative agenda on wednesday the first of these tests votes we will. We will come back and talk about how that goes later in the week. We're gonna take a quick break now. Though when we get back we will talk about a new federal court ruling. And what that means for the biden administration and congress's immigration agenda..

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"federal court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"federal court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And they got caught the Americans a year and not stupid. Your answer. Tomo people like Karl Rove. It was on TV last night, and he said the vote. Numbers in these major cities and these major battleground areas. Really were similar to what they were with Hillary Clinton. Your answer is while they were less this time around, they shouldn't have been similar to what Hillary Clinton got. Isn't that your point? That's one of many points. Listen, I have to tell you what I've learned over the past two weeks. I wouldn't trust a lot of Democrats. But I wouldn't trust a lot of Republicans. You look at the Republicans that they're not fighting for the American people to have their vote counted and to have the president that they voted for elected. And I'm very suspicious off of my seeing him on TV and the ones that are sitting around saying this was done, right? They're gonna all be called out in due time because they are trying to defeat President Trump even within his own party. Now you're in federal court. I take it I know. In federal court in Atlanta, Georgia in the northern district. Whatever the trial, court rules will be subject to an appeal to the 11th circuit. We got a good set of judge judges on the 11th circuit. And then obviously it's subject to being appealed the United States Supreme Court But the law is clear the same log that Justice Alito relied on in his earlier order in Pennsylvania. It's the same law that was relied on a couple of days ago when a state court judge Rule that the governor of California could not change. The rules in California had to be done by the Legislature. Isn't it? Amazing? These forces that actually pose representative government? You know, the one hand the left wants to get rid of the electoral college. They talk about the national popular vote. The Washington Post had an editorial on that. And then they went judges and Azzam was they agree with the result and, uh, secretaries of state and governors. To usurp the legislative power. That's an article to the Constitution. They just believing the ends justify the means something Let me be straight forward and let's call it what it is. They want to overthrow the constitution of our country. This is nothing more than A revolution attempt to overthrow our government of coup in the disguise of an election turned out to be a frog in election by design. I think it's behind. I think they're entities behind this. That the globalist like George Source. I think there's an element of the military industrial complex. But I'll tell you the driving force. Markets Communist China, They have infiltrated our government at ST Local and national level. Some people card carrying Communist number of people have been corrupted, corrupted by Chinese money and even subject that I believe To extortion. American people need to wake up and I think they are we the people are not gonna let somebody coming in here and take over our government and take away our freedoms. American public will fight back and we will win. Just takes time. The Democrat party. I mean, we got this big race in Georgia, two of them, and I guess this is one of the reasons you're also bringing this case. Very concerned that we get this system fixed a sap. The Democrat Party has openly said they want to destroy the Constitution. They want to destroy the judiciary and the Supreme Court. They want to destroy the Senate back. It They want to destroy the filibuster rule. They even want to destroy the electoral college. So many Republicans in rural areas are less populated states lose the franchise effectively. They're not represented The Washington Post again, As I say two days ago was pushing this. These people really aren't kidding. So when people hear you, Linwood talking about what you feel is taking place here, they really need to pay attention. Anyway, I need to pay attention because they need to pay attention because I'm right. We have in this country right now. A large group of people who have tried to influence the masses. The propaganda tool has been the mainstream media and the social media. I call in the socialistic media. I'm not a conspiracy theory ist I'm not even that partisan. I voted for Democrats for president and Republicans for president. But if you're right about what you said about me in the beginning of your show, mark I do not like injustice. I love truth. And truth is going to prevail in this country. This country was founded under God, it was meant to be free. Constitution was based on the laws of God and the Bible, and it's not a matter of trying to preach to people. It's a matter of time to tell people to wake up. Realized what this country was founded for in the principles that we stand for, and be principled people. Not preferential people who go with whatever you prefer. Go with principles. The fundamental principle that I apply in my practice of law is I apply the principle of truth. The good the bad and the ugly But the truth, the whole truth and nothing But the truth. America is gonna learn the truth soon that Donald Trump won an overwhelming landslide, probably historic victory. That's what everybody in the country felt. That's what the voters have felt. That's why you got 96, Mile Caravans and Arizona. That's why you've had millions go to rallies. People in this country are not gonna be denied their right to vote and then never going to be denied their freedom. Linwood. We really appreciate what you're doing here will keep close track of it and just know there millions of us who want you to succeed and God bless you, my friend. God bless you, Mark. Thank you very much, All right, And we'll be right back month love.

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"federal court" Discussed on Politics Makes Me Sick

Politics Makes Me Sick

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"federal court" Discussed on Politics Makes Me Sick

"The other thing. I wanted to talk about all these cases coming before. The supreme court about voting and generally we can see a trend. Here is that the court has been deferring to whatever the state legislature has decided on counting late arriving ballots and not allowing lower federal courts to extend deadlines or any other way sort of countermand or expand on legislatures have done or failed to do regarding expanding or changing voting procedures and in a way. This is very democratic. I mean you might feel that these state legislatures or state agencies. What have you are right or wrong. And so really the question is how do you see the role of federal courts and the supreme court is their role to you know. Right wrongs are we. Okay with federal judges who serve for life Making these decisions over you know what what state legislature decided to do elected state legislature. Nine unelected life tenure justices substituting judgment for that of no the people's elected representatives maybe in some cases but he got to admit that that set. Sort of a dangerous precedent. Right at one of the big issues has been counting late arriving ballots and on this i get not counting ballots that arrived late without postmark or any other sort of conclusive proof that they were mailed before the election. It's what's harder for me to get is arguments against counting ballots. That were returned by election day and do have a postmark approve it and by the way that should be almost all ballots at least according to the postal service which says that they plan on postmarking. All these bows now some may get through without a postmark but that is their policy. You can go on the postal service website and see it right there. It seems to me that the only really decent -ment that you can maybe make against not counting ballots that are postmark by election day but arrived after election days that well people were told to get them in early and it's important to not have the counting dragon there's a there's a public interest in interest in the legitimacy and belief in the elections that is enhanced by being able to announce a winner of the election on the day of the election the night of the election or the day after and that's there is something to that right elections at drag on people get more suspicious so that's that's not something you can just dismiss but i think that has to be balanced against the argument that all legitimately cast votes meaning votes cast. You know when turned in by the deadline.

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"federal court" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"federal court" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Erica's listening box. Cale, Virginians. Time is a tow to Good morning. I'm Mark Caesar. This update is brought to you by Edelman Financial engines. Bar owners still don't know if they'll be able to reopen and Travis County. That's because his county's like Hayes, Williams and Ambassador upper set to open today, there's been total silence from Travis County Judge Sam Biscoe under the governor's order gets the final say on Austin Mayor Stevan says the new UT model shows hospitals could be strained by November, 1st as Dr Scott pointed out 66% chance that The pandemic is worsening. Our very large number of bars in Travis County, and those that haven't converted to restaurant have been closed down since the summer, and many believe the judge's silence is actually speaking volumes and they expect the indefinite closure to continue. Patrick Osborne News radio K will be just some Austin school district families were planning a sick out today They're going to have their kids not log in to the online classes. Parent Marissa Anna's Still CBS Austin. That means that they want to hold back on attendance and costs the district money from the state, So that would mean Don't email your teacher Don't log into your zoom meetings. Don't go into your blend page, which is where his consider assignments and no homework, she says. The whole point is to support teachers who don't want to go back to the classroom. Texas law banning the most common form of abortion is overturned by a federal court Judge James Dennis of the Fifth Circuit Court ruled that the Texas law unduly burdens a woman's constitutionally protected right to obtain an abortion. Amy Hagstrom Miller of Whole Women's Health filed suit after the bill became law in 2017. This law would have prevented physicians from practicing to the highest scope of their training techniques. Alliance for Life's Dr Joe Appointment, says the decision isn't a surprise anything that Take abortion. Slightly more difficulty to undergo is not going to survive the federal Court challenge and unfortunately, that's what we're seeing here. Chris Fox News radio K LBJ 804. Here's Austin's on Time traffic.

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"federal court" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"federal court" Discussed on KOMO

"Lawsuit against the city, its second one this time involving police actions at the vigil and three other demonstrations, including the one where an officer rolled his bike over a man's head. We're really asking just Jones to clarify what is allowed and what isn't allowed under that order because that order is still in effect. But we still see protestors protestors being hurt every single day. Federal Judge Richard Jones ruled in June that the city could use pepper spray blast balls under limited circumstances when it wass necessary, reasonable proportional and targeted to a specific, imminent threat. We think that's a really high standard that applies to very rare circumstances. But SPD is invoking it constantly. Wait a minute. Are you asking yourself to in the City Council pass a ban on tear gas, blast balls, rubber bullets and limited use of pepper spray. Did passing the band after Judge Jones made his ruling, But federal court Judge James Robart, who oversees nearly all things, SPD, under an eight year old consent decree last week issued a preliminary injunction. Putting an indefinite hold on the council's ban. It means the City Council's crowd control ordinance isn't going to go into effect any time soon. The FBI is working to protect the right of all Americans to vote fairly. Assistant special agent Bob Trips as the department is targeting fraud, which he says can come in many forms chiefly were worried about people voting illegally. People conspiring to spread misinformation in violation of federal laws were also looking at Foreign governments are adversaries that do not want to see our elections succeed. Agent Tripp says election crimes include providing false information on your registration form, voting more than once and tampering with ballots if you become aware of any suspicious or criminal activity related to the upcoming election of the FBI's encouraging you to report that information to your local FBI field office, a federal judge says Arizona must extend its deadline for voters to register. That deadline was Monday. However, the judge pushed it back until October, 23rd after two voter rights groups said the pandemic was making it difficult for people to register to vote. State and national Republicans argued against the later deadline. What we're talking about voter registration, we're getting word this morning that the state of Florida is now investigating why it's voter registration system crashed Just before the deadline for the upcoming presidential election, they say unexpectedly heavy.

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"federal court" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"federal court" Discussed on KOMO

"We don't know their identities, but we can speculate they're probably on the federal Court of Appeals, no matter what. What would this do to the makeup of the court? Well, the court has gone from four liberals and four conservatives and chief Justice Roberts in the middle, although it Tilts right more often than left to instead for solid conservatives, plus Roberts and now three liberals are remaining, so there's a result if a Trump pick is confirmed that would represent five solid conservatives. Plus Roberts plus three liberals. And so that could dictate the outcome on big decisions. Immigration gun control abortion, Obama care the role of religion in society. So this is really going to energize both bases in November because people know how important the Supreme Court head count is. We have Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski saying no to a vote. What else would it take for there? Not to be a vote? Well, it's really a matter of arithmetic. The Republicans lead 53 to 47 as a result of that, they gonna lose. Three and still haven't I 50 50 and have VP Mike Pence break the tie. So besides Markovsky and Collins, you suspect maybe Mitt Romney, Utah would not go for a vote before the election. Then the Democrats would need just to peel off just one more Republican to get below the magic 50 to prevent a vote. Are you surprised by McConnell and Lindsey Graham and them? Changing their tune from 2016? Now that kind of telegraphed or punch on that 2016? They said they all gone. We have to let the voters decide in the next president. Will be and let that winner pick the justice Now. Instead, Mitch McConnell of single, You know what that was different than because Back then it was fractured. That Senate was run by the Republicans in the White House was run by a Democrat Barack Obama. Now the Senate in the president's here on the same wavelength, therefore, is more of a unified front. Democrats aren't buying that rationale. But the bottom line is the Republicans probably have the votes to force a decision this year. ABC is Royal Oaks. Thanks, Royal And that's Cuomo's ELISA Jaffe. Your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on Comeau News. Propel insurance brings you this co mo Money Update with Rob Smith from Seattle Business magazine. Total employment has declined 6.6%.

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"federal court" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"federal court" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Reported six hundred thirty six deaths on July twenty six, and then eleven hundred on July twenty seventh. But during that actual twenty, four hour period, only ten people died. So when you have this huge Spike Harris County go to shut it down Lena dog goes running around with their hair on fire. The reality is only ten people eleven hundred people died in. This is repeated throughout the state of Texas and it's it really raises the question whether the second wave in Texas was a total fraud and they've made some corrections now on reporting and we can see the charts all of a sudden they they have changed but you know they're making the corrections because they were caught. Caught it what we're doing for whatever reason you know whether it's a total ineptness or for contrived a reason to do it. You know from to manipulate thing it doesn't matter happened and they had to change because they got caught at it and this this I think. I often wonder if people get caught do. We live in an age where everything Hassett? If anybody does anything wrong and it's sort of contract. Do you apologize? A public apology you know something like this I don't I don't buy into that stuff that you have to bend over and apologize when somebody else decides whether you really suffering. But people like this it may have messed up on this as cost so much harm harm or you know, do they ever say you know I really steak we met about one or two like that in Washington they never make mistakes. Besides they're trying no matter. Yeah, you may be right but think the monster that the president is we have to do anything we can to destroy the president because we have a guy on our side is really super. Being the same. On this, we can look if you look at the next clip, this is just this was building for weeks. Now, Bloomberg into its credit has covered this pretty well, if you look at that this Houston Public Bloomberg Report Harris County, Kobe, ninety numbers out of date. The more than eighty two percent of the cases reported last week in Texas, where from before September eighty, two percents of the cases reported cases were before September, the hospitalization this is Alex Rodriguez. We've talked about on the show before does a terrific job on twitter more than eighty. He talks about the only reliable way of counting what's happening because the numbers are so distorted is hospital hospitalizations because that is something that that is you know and he says that hospitalizations are down seventy percent since July since late July. So that really is the most important thing but. You mentioned the they fixed it yesterday yesterday the Texas Department of Health Services Announce Okay you got us. Change, our whole system again, and now we're only going to report cases to report on that day rather than resurrecting legacy cases for May and let's put up this clip and I know if we can expand it. So it's a little easier to read. It can make it any bigger. That would be helpful, but it's here's the new chart from the from the service the Texas services that yellow line that goes up and then comes neatly down. That is what it is and what does that mean that means that the actual positivity rate for? Texas specimen collection. Six point seven one percent positively remember Governor Abbott said if we get below ten, we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA be able to reopen it again we've been below ten for a long time, but.

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"federal court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"federal court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Carroll's lawyer points out that the timing is a little too convenient. But it clearly, she argues, a delay tactic a death for a delay tactic to avoid this discovery that they're speaking now that the motion to this next has been denied, you know, clearly there are a lot of food on the president. Mind right now that he has to deal with and I'm sure that he doesn't want to deal with this case. But the fact is, the discovery is Sounds like it's a pretty simple thing to get done. They're not asking for a long deposition. The D N a. Tested just with a swab that take, you know, a few seconds. Probably not nearly as in truth about the Corona virus, so it really is going to be difficult for President Trump to argue that this case is too troublesome for him. If you try to make that that argument again, But ah, handing dusting to suggest the very last ditch efforts, So Eric, it seems like With this delay now where it's going to be decided in federal court and then perhaps go back to state court. It seems like me to the deposition nor the DNA sample will happen before the November election, no matter what the judge rules. I think you're right. I think that this move has effectively delayed that case, no matter what, Pretty significantly. I know that when the case was proceeding, State court That's the schedules that they were sort of looking at and proposing for the depositions and the DNA samples and things like that. We're pretty. We're pretty far off. A while ago when they were first envisioned. So I guess the only way that it can proceed more quickly if they're on the judge very quickly throws this out Federal court. And its appeal. Any kind of appeal goes quickly. And then perhaps the judge in state court might say, Look, this is a delaying tactic. I'm not impressed. I'm putting you on an expedited discovery schedule here. But I I don't know what any of that is very Likely court. They're usually pretty conservative and things like this, but it might get thrown out quickly. But that doesn't mean fuel's gonna happen quickly and that discovery that he ordered quickly because Of course, judges in court. They're not gonna want to look like they're trying to hurt trump his reelection with any kind of timing here. One thing we have not mentioned is that Taxpayers would be on the hook for any damages if the Justice Department represents Trump under the Federal Tort Claims Act explain explain that Yeah. And of course, they don't have the tests but also be on the hook here for the people. He's essentially because we have Justice Department attorneys defending the president here, so I'm not sure Is there a particular limit the restrictions on damages a zoo results of cases like this thing moved to federal court there there may be, and frankly, I don't see that sterile and focused too much on damages Here. She really seems to be wanting her her day in court to get trial and eventually prevail. Thanks, Eric. That's Bloomberg Legal reporter Eric Larson. And that's it for this edition of the Bloomberg Law Show. I'm June Grasso, Thanks so much for listening and remembered attuned to the Bloomberg Long Show every weeknight 10 P.m. Eastern right here on Bloomberg Radio..

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"federal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"federal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Jeffrey Epstein's former girlfriend is in federal custody. ABC Caricature Ski tells us about the local Dylan Maxwell was arrested this morning by the FBI in New Hampshire, where she will make it initial court appearance. Maxwell has long been suspected of aiding Jeffrey Epstein, sex trafficking of women and girls. Her arrest comes in a year after Epstein was arrested when he returned to the United States from France. He died by suicide in Manhattan jail, But federal prosecutors here have never stopped investigating his associates. Maxwell has denied wrongdoing in the past, but she has been accused by several women of enabling their abuse. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New York Also underway in Manhattan today. The acting U. S attorney for the Southern District of New York, says Maxwell played a critical role in recruiting and grooming Epstein's young victims. Maxwell enticed minor girls got them to trust her. Then delivered them into the trap did she and Epstein had set for them. Epstein is believed to have procured girls for the rich and the powerful the U. S attorney inviting one of those alleged Epstein Associates. Prince Andrew of Great Britain to call them. I'm not going to comment on anyone's status in this investigation, but I will say that we would welcome Prince Andrew coming in to talk with us, We would liketo have the benefit. Of a statement again. Miss Maxwell expected to appear in federal Court and Concord, New Hampshire, sometime this afternoon..

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"federal court" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

12:37 min | 2 years ago

"federal court" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Supreme Court or the federal courts in general was not one hundred percent all the way number two Robi way into legislation hi twenty four now to the top of the hour I've been telling you there's not a dime's worth of difference between Bernie the Bolshevik and quid pro quo Joe well except maybe one has more energy than the other more alert that might be the biggest difference right now now we played last week we played you the tape of twenty sixty and that would Biden basically said not prelude your party would just get rid of his his socialist label it's it's all what we all agree on and and he's passionate believes that all this and we do too is Democrats if all of what I say nobody else picked up on the super Tuesday and will learn a lot more tomorrow we have what seven states tomorrow super Tuesday it was the lead up to this was Bernie defending the murdering dictatorships and we're not talking about a few people we're talking about millions of people slaughtered in Russia the worst economic decline and and collapse ever eight the history of mankind to create can't make guns and butter you have the people online for basic fundamentalists as cities like toilet paper and bread waiting hours regularly to get those items but he praises that we're even honeymooned in the former Soviet Union Dennis praising the Castro brothers but they got a good healthcare system in a good educational system yeah okay well they murdered him plundered and stole everybody's landing confiscated pretty much everything and then Danielle nor Ortega and then Venice well even but if you look at the principles I was the Democrats say well we're gonna have a hard time defending this guy defending murdering dictatorships they both support meaning Biden and Bernie deportations of illegal immigrants they they don't want any deportations they want open borders they want a path to citizenship for everybody that did not respect our laws our sovereignty is our borders they don't care they agree on that well Biden and Bolshevik Bernie you know they both support raising taxes on middle class American families and workers they both want to implement what will destroy the American economy and frankly it'll have an impact around the world we see that with Saudi Arabia and Russia from earlier to daylight is yep they'd like to destroy America's fossil fuel jobs that's the oil and gas industry the lifeblood of our economy both of them you know that they both want us all to pay for the healthcare for illegal immigrants in this country okay that gets expensive where's all that money coming from all the talk about viruses well would we have fewer what what what are risk be lower for communicable diseases of any kind if in fact we close the borders or just simply check people out not to be mean just to protect the American people I mean it was smart for the president put a travel ban a fact I think we ought to check people's backgrounds I do they have any radical associations in their life that they have the means to take care of themselves are they in good health those are all legitimate questions not to be mean it's just we have such a long list of people that would love to come into this country up you got Bolshevik Bernie and quid pro quo Joe that they both support taxpayer funding of abortion even late term abortion they want to eliminate the fossil fuel jobs support taxpayer funded free college who's gonna pay for that we are you know they both support the destruction of the private healthcare insurance you know Joe wants to double down on obamacare the disaster that's a disaster I'm good Sanders and Joe both support abolishing the death penalty and I'm I just watchin I listen and I don't really see a dime's worth of difference between these two these two candidates Bolshevik Bernie's continuing you know to pull his punches on the campaign trail as it relates to quid pro quo Joe and zero experience hunter but his supporters by the way they're not showing not much reluctance some of them now fueling rumors that the politics USA that Joe Biden has dementia this is their reported says a former employee of Bernie Sanders was using the Biden campaigns virtual phone banking told to call voters and spread the claim that Biden has dementia we'll put our politics USA goes on to say the Biden campaign posted about the former employee a former Bernie employees using our virtual phone bank told to call voters and tell them Joe Biden has dementia and is live streaming it will cut him off in a little bit but I figured it's worth everyone seeing this stuff in action the button campaign is blaming the scorched earth tactic of course that's Donald trump's fault no Bernie's trying to get the nomination first anyway in politics USA concludes its very trump like Bernie Sanders supporters to falsely claim the Joe Biden has this etcetera so if this is all coming from and they're all this is the internal civil conflict in the Democratic Party now if you listen to Joe Biden is a well we have the African American vote also not not so fast Jesse Jackson well he endorsed Bernie Sanders with the pledge that he will be campaigning with Sanders in key primary states okay maybe Joe doesn't have a sewn up he got a top Sanders adviser having apologised for sexist comments made about Michelle Obama this is a news week anyways senior advisor Sanders campaign had to apologize for tweets he said more than a decade ago and what she called the former First Lady ugly good grief several rights activists Philip Agnew now Steve is joining the twenty twenty presidential hopeful's campaign on March the seventh I am not my tweets from two thousand and nine okay one tweet random thought while standing at a gas station Michelle Obama is an odd looking woman I call or ugly but I don't want the backlash you want that kind of person working on your campaign Bernie maybe you should fire them just a thought Michael Goodwin is was always our buddy mark Simone early today and you know Hillary bundle is he's reporting a telling democratic donors don't commit to Biden said I've been hearing from democratic bundle is a say that they're telling donors don't commit don't raise money for Biden yet and on Sunday good wind is contending it is New York Post column that Hillary is waiting in the wings preparing to rescue the Democratic Party of Biden's stumbles badly enough on the campaign trail okay good luck with that I hear a lot of people say these things this is not okay it's not my fault there you go Hannity picking up my little pumpkin again not fair Candace far you creep get away from me be nice what's up campus in Florida are you Candice okay great I'm calling because I am African American Republican Jewish Republican and eight and I have been campaigning for trump since two thousand and sixteen Anibal publication for a very long time what I want to get it is that to the black boulders that are released all of a sudden speed not now for boxing chew has done a tremendous job with blacks and what he did the first act program in about ninety five percent of African Americans so far we think and believe that he has laid out a series of bill I call it a day for him linking for lady contract that he signed I cannot forget when you're breaking up on us there hang on one second we want to give your call in here and and get you a good answer to that Moses in New Jersey Moses how are you you're on the Sean Hannity show what's going on doing a great job at that thought you again my friend it's good to talk to you what's happening all right you know it's on the one thing that I'm thinking about right now is going to be the law of the big picture you know basically the second term of trump because I'm very confident that he's going to win but my fear is that these attacks are coming from the left you know the only reason why they happen John is because Republicans never respond in kind you know why isn't the people that test that lied about having a why have they not gotten the Roger stone treatment after the minutes a lying you know under penalty of perjury you know why haven't they got responded to in kind by our DOJ or if not you know people like Andy McCabe you know they're going after president trump because I don't have a good answer for you well it because now we do that we know that McCabe and call me both referred of a criminal investigation they were found to have lacked candor wide in McCabe's case for example three times under oath and they made a decision for whatever reason not to prosecute I don't know if it's going to be an all encompassing thing that is sort of funneled into what is the dorm and bar report action I do know the inspector general you know they had a limited purview but we got a lot of information everything we had told you about premeditated fraud on the FISA court denying an American civil rights and civil liberties and constitutional rights happened we know that it was done for the purpose to spy on a presidential candidate transition team and later president we know that Hillary's dirty dossier was the bulk of that information in the FISA application that says verified it's unverifiable it's even been debunked and they were warned ahead of time so all I know is you wouldn't get away with it I wouldn't get away with it and if we ever had subpoenaed emails that we destroyed we wouldn't get away with that either really awful I back to Florida by the way Florida Candice and two hundred thirty nine days you're going to be very important to this country what's going on see we have a better life hi I want to black voters you know what trump has done because when I tell them to mention in the about the first step back bill our ninety one per cent of harsh sentences some federal Senate inmates every black family the ninety one percent that sign off that deal they know that the president would have done you'll be incarcerated for life in federal sent in a federal prison every black person should be proud of what he's done that's great contract play contract there should be not no black person walk behind Biden or nothing because trump trump deal Abraham Lincoln that way contract well let me put it this way there is there there has banned disparage NC is proven again and again the numbers do not lie I would say the the biggest two leaps towards a fairer justice system one is Barry Scheck the innocence project that thank god D. N. A. technology they've been able to free many people convicted of crimes they never committed I was a full rights proponent of the death penalty most of my career until I started seeing these cases one after another we're people convicted and turns out they didn't do it on every show DNA evidence so for me unless you're on videotape by by a very stringent rules that I would follow that but yeah criminal justice reform the president's support of opportunities owns the president's support of historically black colleges criminal justice reform with you know record after record low unemployment for African Americans and Hispanic Americans and African American youth unemployment women in the workplace it's good it is all good for our country our American family and I would argue Candace the reason it's happening is a predictable not as conservatism works limited government less bureaucracy burdensome bureaucracy lower taxes it works every time we tried it works yes it it really it really does he has really made a tremendous difference within the last four years and he he'll continue for the next four years to make a difference in the black community at its worst about all black people get out and go and see what he is doing and see what the GOP Republicans see what you're doing Sean is one of everybody oxy which are all doing for the black community if not I want everybody to be successful just good it's just common sense you know what does the president say it as he gives his clothes his signature clothes at his rallies where one glorious nation under god we are one American family we want to keep America safe and strong and prosperous and great that's it pretty simple goal it really is and we all looked at it that way we'd all be better off and healthy too eight hundred nine.

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"federal court" Discussed on KOMO

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"federal court" Discussed on KOMO

"In federal court threw out a lawsuit by twenty one people who claim that U. S. climate policy jeopardizes their future Brian Clark ABC news call one thousand have been ninety seven seven thirty seven and mostly cloudy downtown right now at ten thirty one thanks for joining us on a Friday is a bring your top stories from a couple twenty four seven news center we expect to learn the name today have a Seattle police officer who was fired after posting boulder and threatening political opinions on Instagram more from Cullman score one Hey for now the fired officers identified only by his Instagram handle officer D. G. according to the news blogs Seattle patch under that handle the officer posted a picture of a mail bomb and suggested he would condone sending such a bomb to former president Barack Obama hands to former secretary of state Hillary Clinton another post shows a photo of a raise middle finger and directs a profanity to those who support undocumented immigrants The Seattle Times now reports the officer was fired after he admitted he made the posts and agreed they may have undermined the department's ability to serve the public a report by the Seattle police office of professional accountability makes it clear the the officer was let go not because of his political views but for violating the department's social media policy Corwin hake komo news owners time ten thirty to the cold weather claiming the life of a local teachers couples Franklin's either D. seven year old Kathleen Jennings was a second grade teacher at little cedars elementary school in the Snohomish district she was last seen walking away from her home near Mill Creek on Sunday night over the next few days it snowed in temperatures were in the thirties on Wednesday night a passer by found her body not far from her home and also not far from the gold creek fire station she died of hypothermia Amazon has goals Franklin D. reporting hundreds of people who live around index bearing Skykomish Abbas occluded for days without power in their supplies running low so yesterday the Snohomish in king county sheriff's office is teamed up to check in on people calls calling Johnson has the latest Jonathan Streeter lives in Skykomish way down a mile long road where he's got about four feet of snow he worked at Stephen fast but just went home yesterday when the highway re opened grabbed a few things left again says it's thirty degrees inside his home the power goes out often here but not for you know a week or on seven days without power yes some of those people lost power last Friday sergeant Jason families been using a search and rescue utility vehicle to get deep in those backwards to check on people into the cabin the snow can be wasting and freezing logs over the roadways and driveway is the biggest need is been gas propane baby formula water power company says is going to be at least another four days maybe a week before everyone's back online Carly Johnson come on users as in care givers expected to announce a ten day notice of their intent to strike at Swedish Providence they postponed a similar plan earlier this month and went back into negotiations now emergency workers plan to go on strike January twenty eight the losses a breakthrough in negotiations straight ahead I'm Brian Kelberg with the personal beacon designed locally to keep a closer eye on fire fighters and ten thirty four week keep your eye on the traffic as we check in with your Jordan once again well we've had a long term crash in the Midland area this is eastbound five twelve at canyon and it's been blocking the left lane and it's still causing a bit.

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"federal court" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"In federal court for having classified information in his possession waited not have proper authorization a sixty six year old Egyptian born U. S. citizen pleading guilty to willfully retaining classified national defense documents at his home federal agents found thousands of paper documents and electronic files belonging to rate the on or the defense department at the man's a Sharon Massachusetts residents most were classified however five pertain to missile defense and were marked top secret like metal Hadi a scene Serra Galvin was a systems engineer for Raytheon and held security clearance the documents right covered when company security was investigating him for time card fraud he was fired in twenty seventeen faces ten years in prison Kevin battled fox news the Andrew W. Mellon foundation in New York with rolls a one and a half million dollar grant intended for the university of North Carolina the move comes after the nonprofit group learned of the financial deal between you and see and a Confederate group to preserve a controversial civil war statue known as silent Sam a man shows up in suburban Detroit claiming to be the boy who was reported missing twenty five years ago police in Livonia see a man whose name is it released to believe that he used to want to Sam's whose mother said went missing in December of nineteen ninety four well we were shopping at a local mall police aren't releasing any details about where the man says he's been for the past twenty five years or why he's finally come forward we're told he's given police a sample of his DNA do one would be twenty nine today he still listed as missing on the national center for missing and exploited children website Jeff might also fox news the mother says she doubts that he is her son and president trump signs resolutions renaming to post offices in the Los Angeles area in.

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"federal court" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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01:49 min | 3 years ago

"federal court" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Sure in federal court for having classified information in his possession we did not have proper authorization a sixty six year old Egyptian born U. S. citizen pleading guilty to willfully retaining classified national defense documents at his home federal agents found thousands of paper documents and electronic files belonging to rate the on or the defense department at the man's a Sharon Massachusetts residents most were classified however five pertain to missile defense and were marked top secret battle Hadi a scene Serra Galvin was a systems engineer for Raytheon and held security clearance the documents were uncovered one company security was investigating him for time card fraud he was fired in twenty seventeen faces ten years in prison Kevin battle fox news the Andrew W. Mellon foundation in New York withdrawals a one and a half million dollar grant intended for the university of North Carolina the move comes after the nonprofit group learned of the financial deal between you and see and a Confederate group to preserve a controversial civil war statue known as silent Sam a man shows up in suburban Detroit claiming to be the boy who was reported missing twenty five years ago police in Livonia see a man whose name is it released believes that he used to wander serums whose mother said went missing in December of nineteen ninety four well they were shopping at a local mall police aren't releasing any details about where the man says he's been for the past twenty five years or why he's finally come forward we're told he's given police a sample of his DNA do one would be twenty nine today he still listed as missing on the national center for missing and exploited children website Jeff might also fox news the mother says she doubts that he is her son and president trump signs resolutions renaming to post offices in the Los Angeles area in.

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