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Hindou Ibrahim, President of the Association for Indigenous Women and Peoples of Chad
"Welcome to come home conversations. Today we are joined by. Hindu abraham founder and president of the association for indigenous women in people's of chad hindu is also the co chair the international indigenous peoples forum on climate change and a un sdg advocate. Thank you for joining us today. It's a pleasure. Thanks for reminding me you have been a steadfast champion for human rights and sustainable development. What was the inspiration behind your lifelong dedication to bettering our planet. Yeah i mean. I'm so excited to championing a sustainable development god's because for me the app talking about our life so when we take from the objective one who is the fighting poverty or to the five with the gender or not with climate change. And now the seventeen of them to take patents. She dead talking about how we can improve our life how we can improve our society and how we can make it better than now by respecting people's in climate so for me. It is obvious because roma the communities that i come from we always all the problems and all the crises to get north resort on them. So that's why. I am so excited to championing the sustainable development goals for my peoples in for all indigenous peoples in the end of the day for the planet in gender so we're seeing how climate change is impacting every corner of our planet in many ways. Can you share with us. How climate change is affecting your country and your region so i am coming from saharan regions in coming from chad. Who have a different landscape. Are we have hundred percent visiting the nov and now we have savannah in suheil in the middle and then we have the tropical. Ford is the busy in this hour. So when you need three different In a land lock in when your life is the pump from the ecosystem. You not exactly the impact of the climate change. You do not need in the book or watching. Tv you levi. And now i give example of how we add really impacted an we get any central michigan dishes from ninety nine now check is already on last one point five degree increase and why we see that every day our dry season become much longer. We've evenki very long san in heavy son. That's coming up to fifty degrees celsius when you go through the death at its bauer fifty four degrees celsius in that impact our environment in impact therein therein. Season also check. It's become much shorter. Incoming the higgin construct all the places for example this year where we have all this ahead on the floor you even. In the towns people take the can we go from one neighborhood to another one and sought months before it was the heat in very dry heat. Swear the caps can grow up in an end back with the food insecurity because when you don a half Lateran is cannot penetrate win. It's cannot leave the vegetation who genetic and that impact the food insecure of the and at the end of the day. the letter might impact. It's good shank the social life of peoples. It's create conflict among the communique that fighting to get access to and one of the example. I add you add on the chat. Nature is the wider that we do have at our lake in nineteen sixty. It was twenty five thousand kilometers square. These freshwater chatted check. Cameroon nigeria nigeria Probably and known delek shouldn't came to two thousand clinically squirrel freshwater. So you have ninety percent of the wider Because of the heat in seven league that is more than fifty million people who needing depending from his Them that farmers that fishermen end postulates homemade micro-mini so web does people have to do because they done depend from the end of the month salaries from the rent for the fund from the ecosystem of this area of me so yesterday fight amer get access to resources some of
Get ready for some rain in Seattle tonight
"And now your weather and more clouds and some scattered rain showers tonight with highs in the upper fifties right now it's fifty four degrees in downtown Seattle I
Chicago - Drying Out After Rain Floods Out Lower Wacker
"Well if the fog is still out there this morning and we seen visibility actually dropping in some places this morning at midway airport down to a quarter of a mile and some light rain out there being reported in places as well that's gonna continue for much of the day today with a high near sixty four a cooler at the lake front then mostly cloudy tonight low down to fifty three tomorrow partly sunny high near sixty five the extended forecast calls for some sunshine coming back tomorrow Thursday into Friday and Saturday and maybe eighties for the beginning of the end of the weekend at the beginning of next week right now in Chicago we have mostly cloudy skies fifty four degrees some light rain you know heron fog fifty four at midway in Aurora it's fifty five and out the lake front it's fifty one and that's too bad on the roadways this time despite the fog and the rain lower Wacker still closed between Harrison and rand off because of all the rain from the last couple days that flooding in the sub basement of the Willis tower it's going to take awhile to clean up may be closed until Saturday the interchange in eighteen ninety four the Indiana toll is still closed until tonight with that continuing roadwork and in Glen Ellyn route fifty three between Butterfield and park still flooded along with the east on I. eighty exit ramp to Chicago and Chicago street between Patterson and Doris that's in the jelly at
"fifty four degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Have a lower fifty four degrees tomorrow very similar to today partly sunny with a high of sixty five this is WNYC support for NPR comes from the Doris Duke charitable foundation whose building bridges program works with U. S. Muslims to increase mutual understanding and well being among diverse populations for the benefit of building stronger more inclusive communities from the center for investigative reporting and P. R. X. this is revealed I'm a lesson and I don't have to tell you the corona virus has thrown our country into an economic crisis tens of millions are out of work many can't pay their mortgage for their rent cars are lined up for miles issued banks but there are people who see an economic crisis as an opportunity there's a condom is the best thing that's ever has occurred this treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin in March I look back at people who bought stocks after the financial crisis for long term investors this will be a great investment opportunity Mnuchin's leaving the country's economic rescue efforts he's overseeing a five hundred billion dollar corporate bailout package Democrats like senator Bob Menendez calling that slush fund basically the secretary of the treasury can say I like you you get this I don't like you you get nothing there's no transparency we've been following Mnuchin for a long time is a Wall Street got cashed in on the housing bust a decade ago he's one of president trump's friends who made a killing back then sucking up the wealth of millions of Americans a whole group of reveals Aaron Glantz wrote a book about it's called home wreckers last fall we aired this show based on even visited the Park Avenue apartment building where many of them live.
"fifty four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty four degrees in Boston it's eleven o'clock on Laurie Kirby and here's what's happening in Massachusetts shop for all the plugs ready yet as of this morning golf courses in Massachusetts can reopen WBZ Jeff brown with details of what the future of golf in mass will look like for you to spend a long time coming and finally mask all CEO Jesse Menachem gets the word that courses may re open in Massachusetts immediately it likely became clear to them that we can do this in a very safe and measured way and of course my exam he means the Baker administration mass golf has been lobbying the state house to let down its guard so golfers can tee off so what's the golf experience gonna look like doctors must maintain proper social distancing requirements for starters then there's this there will be no golf carts so it's a walking only policy out of the gate and say said you've been sitting on the couch for weeks you could use a little exercise Jeff brown WBZ Boston news radio the full list of restrictions on our website WBZ newsradio dot com again governor Baker will hold a noontime news conference to make the formal announcement as well the Baystate is struggling to turn the corner on this pandemic the latest health department covert numbers show the percentage of hospitalizations holding steady at five percent but there has been a surge in deaths since yesterday two hundred and eight more people have lost their lives to corona virus to Massachusetts bringing the death toll to four thousand four hundred twenty it just dip low one hundred couple of days ago and then it jumped up doubling more than seventy two thousand people have tested positive for the virus as testing increases and former CDC director Tom Frieden says the fight is only beginning he gave lawmakers a grave warning in Washington when he testified he says the U. S. death toll could reach one hundred thousand by the end of this month doctor felt she was asked to testify at the hearing the White House said no although apparently the president is now saying he will allow Dr Fauci to testify before the Senate which is controlled by Republicans there will be fewer fairs across the state of Connecticut this year I'm sure they're not alone organizers of the Woodstock fair the Brooklyn fare and the Bridgewater country fair are canceling their twenty twenty events however all are expected to return next year the association of Connecticut fares as a full list of fares on their website check it out it's eleven oh three we check traffic and weather together every ten minutes and we started off with Kevin Brennan the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes all right we're gonna start up to the north here up in New Hampshire we got some pretty big delays taking out at least well let's call it is ninety three south bound stop and go traffic here got roadworks got traffic down to one lane from that southern split in Manchester New Hampshire to ninety three getting down to exit five in Londonderry stop and go traffic there north bound two lanes are taken from exit four in Londonderry up to that southern split a two ninety three the over on one twenty eight north bound you're locked up quite heavily from local street in Peabody up to the right lane closure at Endicott street in Danvers keep in mind over in Peabody itself on going road surfacing work on Wall Street as traffic slow here between forestry and downtown Peabody route one south bound that right lanes taken for work today through main street in Saugus to thirteen east bound to get a couple brake lights in the bridge work at exit three that's that house street overpass the working on in the third one at ninety five northbound jammed out of Pawtucket Rhode Island getting up through the claim closures here up to exit two and Attleboro two right lanes are blocked just that far left lane is getting by Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the threes are Kevin thank you very much and we're seeing some sunshine up to fifty seven now in Boston we just warmed up about four degrees in the past sixty minutes it's sixty in Fitchburg fifty nine in Plymouth pretty nice out there tonight should be cloudy breezy low forty five Friday cloudy rain arriving towards dinnertime hi fifty nine during the daytime them were plummeting into the thirties and here comes the snow mother nature having a laugh wet snowflakes mixing in near Boston wet snow in a few suburbs near Worcester hills north west of four.
"fifty four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty four degrees in Boston at five thirty good evening I'm Suzanne saws bill here's what's happening governor Baker giving an update this afternoon on the fight against the corona virus during a toy factory in east long meadow Baker says getting P. P. E. into the hands of frontline workers has been one of the biggest priorities of the fight against the virus the state's economy remains shut down record numbers of Massachusetts residents are out of work all because of covert nineteen and there's no end in sight governor Charlie Baker says the state of emergency will continue until we see a steady decline in the number of new virus cases and one thing is already certain about the road back to normal I certainly believe that whatever the rules of the road look like for re opening mass again at Madison based carriers are going to be a big part of it this is Massachusetts will cooperate with neighboring states in re opening so no one state causes problems for the others white backlit WBZ Boston news radio the latest numbers from the state health department show more than twenty seven hundred people in Massachusetts have died from covert nineteen one hundred seventy four of those deaths added just this afternoon the total number of people who have tested positive rose to more than fifty three thousand eight percent of all of the current cases are hospitalized governor Baker says we remain in the middle of the surge and that Massachusetts is coordinating with neighboring New England states on any plan to re open WBZ newsradio will bring you more on governor.
Boston Weather: Cold Rain And Potential Wet Snow On The Way
"Threes mostly sunny this afternoon with just a few clouds highs in the upper fifties tonight cloudy low forty one tomorrow not as nice as today cloudy with rain in the afternoon and windy high near fifty Monday windy and cloudy and cold with periods of rain high forty three some wet snow possible in southern New Hampshire and the western hills Tuesday mostly cloudy high forty eight right now it's mostly sunny and fifty four degrees in
"fifty four degrees" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Temperature of fifty four degrees it was a nice warm up to around seventy later today yesterday president trump of course having his his daily briefings regarding the corona virus task force and he spoke on actually several different topics during that but instead of running a ten minute speech here on on our time what we're gonna do this will kind of give you a montage of what he talked about yesterday this is president trump speaking on the corona virus with his task force there are some states that are different there are some states that don't have much of a problem there's something well they don't have a problem they don't have thousands of people that are positive with thousands of people that even think they might have it for hundreds of people in some cases whatever we've committed to we commit but we also need a lot for ourselves so we're very focused on that until we get over this so obviously we're not going to be shipping too much internet we do have excess of certain things and we don't have enough of others our most powerful asset our greatest weapon in this effort is the spirit of our people and we want to keep away keep a distance keep away you don't get it it sells a lot of problems we're going to win this war and the sooner we do the sooner we can begin to rebuild and we're ready to rebound and return to normal lives we work for the best economy in the history of the world the best economy that this country has ever seen and that was president trump in his own words on the virus and that task force yesterday coming up Rachel Sutherland and Ben Ferguson one of the service here on.
"fifty four degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Radio station fifty four degrees with partly cloudy skies at eleven o'clock good evening I'm Steve greenfield the corona virus now being blamed for at least six deaths in the United States with tax with testing that number is expected to be on the rise and the White House issuing new travel alerts urging Americans not to visit parts of Italy among other spots Merican college students sent home from their studies in Italy reuniting with their families Syracuse University student Eli swindler was forced to return from Florence when arriving in America last Friday he says there was no screening I was not stops were tested for a fever or anything which kind of surprised me I figured they'd at least a point I'm sure none of that happens here's a rippling across the globe it's ABC's Maggie Rulli reporting long time MSNBC host Chris Matthews has stepped down and announcing his retirement live on the air earlier tonight this is the last hardball on MSNBC and obviously this isn't for a lack of interest in politics you can tell I've loved every minute of my twenty years as host of hardball it comes after a series of criticisms over his comments about Bernie Sanders and remarks he made to female co workers the seventy four year old noted that it's clear that compliments about women's appearances that many people including himself thought for okay were never acceptable Matthews host of hardball on MSNBC since nineteen ninety nine and in fact he was once a speechwriter for Jimmy Carter on the eve of super Tuesday campaign staffers are frantically trying to solidify votes across fourteen states A. B. C.'s Ryan burrows reports from Burlington Vermont senator Bernie Sanders supporters were working the phone lines Monday night at his campaign headquarters in Burlington not necessarily to secure votes doing some phone calls mainly just getting people to the rally that rally will be held a few miles away expecting.
"fifty four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In Boston fifty four degrees at seven o'clock good evening I'm Nicole Davis here's what's happening we're following developing news in Stoughton where police are warning residents tonight in the area of willow street on the rand off line to shelter in place they're looking into what they're calling an ongoing incident there in please do say they have a suspect contained they're saying out of precaution they shut down parts of willow street and parts of Kate way as well so again if you live in Stoughton if you're going to be in Stoughton right along willow street K. way you might find the road closed and you are being asked to shelter in place we're working right now to find out more about this and as soon as we get details will bring them to you right here on WBZ seven a one what a day on the markets a bit of a hit today the Dow Jones industrial average sinking more than one thousand points as the spread of corona virus threatens wider damage to the economy around the world CBS is Diane king hall spoke with Peter Tuchman he's a traitor with quattro M. securities market watchers say long term investors should stay calm if you're a trader you need to be nimble take profits where you can don't wait around for unacceptable losses if you're a long term investor just don't look at your portfolio economists are warning and extended corona virus epidemic could cost the global economy as much as one trillion dollars in lost output meantime the White House readying an urgent budget request now to address this deadly virus outbreak a senior administration official confirming today this request is still in the works but it is likely to come down sometime this week the department of health and Human Services already tapping into an emergency infectious disease rapid response fund it says is transferring more than a hundred thirty million dollars from other accounts to try to combat the corona virus the metro west students coming back from school break in Italy were coronavirus cases.
Chicago Weather: Dense Fog Advisory In Effect, Low Visibility
"Us got a dense fog advisory in freezing fog advisory in effect for most of the metro area until ten AM this morning dense fog and low clouds this morning thirty partly sunny this afternoon so things will improve dramatically later on unseasonably warm this afternoon with a high of fifty three partly cloudy patchy late night fog tonight shouldn't be is dance or as widespread as what we're dealing with this morning hello thirty degrees Christmas day partly sunny continued unseasonably warm a high of fifty four degrees Thursday partly cloudy fifty one Friday mostly cloudy cooler forty four Saturday chance of rain forty four and back to normal as far as the temperatures are concerned by Sunday cloudy with a chance of rain or snow and hi closer to forty two
"fifty four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty four degrees in Boston at eleven thirty here's what's happening an agreement is reached between striking Dedham teachers and school administrators union president Tim Dwyer says it's a good deal I want to thank all the members of the data medication association who showed such unity in such resolve the only reason we're here today with a fair contract resolution is because of the solidarity shown by our members members are expected to ratify the deal tomorrow afternoon meanwhile kids who had hoped for another day off we'll be heading back to school tomorrow morning transit police are investigating vandalism at the L. wife parking garage in Cambridge it happened sometime last night a car on the second floor had smashed windows blown out tires and the word trump spray painted on its hood president trump has announced the death of Abu Bakar all but Dadi the founder and leader of ISIS he said all that Dadi detonated a suicide vest during a raid by US commandos president trump said he watched the raid unfolds Saturday from the White House situation room and as the forty eight year old ISIS leader tried to escape he drank three of his young children through the compound he died after running into a dead end title whimpering and crying and screaming all the way he ignited his vest killing himself and the three children administration officials say a combination of visual evidence and DNA tests confirmed outback Daddy's identity Nicole killing it CBS news the White House the mother of a New Hampshire journalists that was killed by ISIS reacts to today's news well I'm very grateful I'm grateful to our president telogen sent troops for finding out that Daddy Diane Foley voicing her gratitude to president trump and the U. S. special forces who tracked down and killed the man responsible for the gruesome death of her son James Foley was a freelance journalist covering the Syrian civil war when he was kidnapped in northern Syria and held hostage for nearly two years before becoming the first U. S. hostage killed by the Islamic state in a violent be heading there are very shrewd and you know he told group that this is a huge blow to them fully employed president trump to keep US troops in Syria to ensure that isis cannot kill or take hostages any more Americans Mike Macklin WBZ Boston news news radio California governor Gavin Newsom says every resource available is being deployed to fight the fires in his state he says three thousand people are fighting the can can Cade fire in northern California which is only ten percent contained by Levin tomorrow the winds will have substantially settle down not completely but substantially we'd pick wins we had some reports about the ninety miles an hour eighty miles an hour the governor has declared a statewide emergency Subaru is recalling more than four hundred thousand vehicles the two recalls cover late model in presence and cross tracks.
"fifty four degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Fifty four degrees at news ninety three point one K. if you can hear the stories that are trending on this Friday morning an estimated one million Californians still without power but power is starting to come back on in large parts of the state as of last night more than half of the people who lost electricity had been brought back online most of the remaining outages are in the Sierra foothills stretching from Chico to the Sonora area as well as the mountains between napa in Clear Lake P. Jeannie began restoring electricity yesterday afternoon starting with humble county then moving south as the winds died down most of the East Bay has had their power restored in the utility says they will resume turning power back on after sunrise today the C. E. O. P. Jeannie has admitted they were not adequately prepared for the outages governor Gavin Newsom is blasting PGA any for the series of blackouts across the state a story about greed and mismanagement over the course of decades neglect a desire to advance not public safety but profits Newsome initially said he was outraged by the outages but then said he also understood why millions of Californians lost their power and angry Californians and lawmakers now are pushing for more accountability for P. Jeannie in the midst of the largest planned outage in state history KP case might want reports members of the California legislature took part in a conference call with P. Jeannie leaders Thursday to try to get more answers about why the utility cut off power to millions of people throughout the bay area and Sacramento Valley it should be the new normal they should be investing in our infrastructure making sure it's safe for us to turn on the light that's a similar member mark Levin he says he believes P. Jeannie as escape accountability by donating millions of dollars to political campaigns Ollie Ollie into governors who have passed legislation to bail out P. Jeannie and find them the lock Ben Affleck P. Jeannie essentially be off the hook living says whoever takes over the bankrupt utility needs to immediately invests in the company's infrastructure Mike blind to news ninety three point one K. if BK also new this morning in this story Christina the San Francisco Chronicle is reporting executives from P. Jeannie were wining and dining about a dozen of them with clients on the company dime in the two days leading up to on the eve of all of the massive outages not a good luck it doesn't look good at all the the the CEO bill Johnson of RPG any has said this morning it was insensitive and it was a responsible he is apologizing all right when what started as a controlled burn in the Eldorado National Forest is now a wildfire the cables fire began out of the remnants of a plan to burn of undergrowth that started ten days ago it was expected to be completely contained a bot the wind and the dry conditions led to a growing out of control and ballooning to over two thousand acres burn between highway fifty and Kirkwood was officially declared a wildfire last night the fire was started by the U. S. for service and it comes as P. Jeannie shut off power for much of the nearby area because of the high winds and the wildfire danger time now is seven thirty five it's time for the top national stories on news ninety three point one KFBK federal appeals court is just roll the president trump's financial records subpoenaed by the house oversight committee must be turned over the president and his legal team could appeal to the Supreme Court a deposition in the house impeachment inquiry with former US ambassador to Ukraine Marie Ivanovic has just begun devastating wildfires in southern California burning north of LA the saddle ridge fire chewing through at least forty six hundred acres ABC's Alex stone right now there's a water dropping helicopters coming in making a very low the drop water on these flames burning around there they go.
"fifty four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"We have fifty four degrees a flood watch in effect for the south shore south coast Cape and islands through Friday wind advisories on the north and south shores we will see a very windy chilly day today with rain some of it heavy at times causing flooding on roads and in the usual poor drainage areas wind gusts up to forty miles per hour here in Boston up to sixty on the Cape and islands tomorrow windy and chilly more rain is likely with high staying in the fifties again wind gust near fifty miles per hour on the Cape and islands tomorrow here in Boston around thirty five Saturday looks cloudy breezy and cool fuel lingering showers highs in the fifties we get back to the store now as it kicks into high gear south shore and Cape communities have been preparing WBZ TV is bill shields is in sandwich several downtown ponds were lowered to prevent flooding in the town center we have a couple ponds that we manage where we have dams so we're gonna drop the level of those points to hopefully not have any damage from that the drug conceal restaurant on the water in sandwich the food was hot and the views killer diners in even the staff watch this nor Easter develop you can't really say miserable for long here just looking at the vehicle just looking at the view I came in in a bad mood one day lasted about five minutes the manager says just because summer's over doesn't mean it's time to board up yet trying to stay open until the end of the year end of the year the end of the year yes this is the best location the best view whether it's in December you have snow stocking up on you windows high wind warnings are up for Cape Cod and the islands through tomorrow morning in other news now Turkish military forces are on the move in northern Syria launching air strikes and artillery shelling on towns.
"fifty four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty four degrees in Boston at ten o'clock good evening I'm don health here's what's happening more restrictions placed on Columbia gas by the state department of public utilities the velvet trigger the gas leak in evacuation in Lawrence was supposed to be removed after the gas disaster it was not an abandoned gas mains were supposed to be capped those need to be re inspected now the department of public utilities as Columbia gas can do no work unless it's an emergency situation Lawrence mayor Dan Rivera tells WBZ newsradio he's pleased with exactly the really appropriate with more toward the back. back to what we need the Columbia gas show us thank you can you give me the caramel they can walk and chew gum at the Teton Karen regal WBZ Boston's news radio Boston police say they're now investigating the death of Emerson College sophomore Daniel Hollis as a homicide he fell and hit his head during a fight last weekend in Allston police asking for the public's help in the investigation the NTSB says the World War two era be seventeen that crashed yesterday in Connecticut was last inspected in January of this year seven people including two from Massachusetts died when the plane went down at Bradley International Airport six others were injured Capitol Hill as part of his closed door deposition before multiple house committees former US special envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker shared encrypted text messages that appear to show diplomats debating whether president trump was withholding aid from Ukraine in exchange for dirt on Joe Biden and his son in nearly disclose text messages shared with Congress the top U. S. diplomat in Ukraine bill Taylor writes to a group of other American diplomats that quote I think it's crazy to withhold security assistance for help with a political campaign the United States ambassador to the European Union pushes back on that charge calling it incorrect Republicans say this vindicates the president in as like a terror ABC news Washington earlier today with the president asked Ukraine and China to investigate the bidens that drew sharp criticism from house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff tonight CBS is reporting that the White House plans to send house speaker Nancy Pelosi a letter as soon as tomorrow arguing that the president and his team can ignore lawmakers demands until she holds a full house vote formally approving an impeachment inquiry MBTA Orange Line shut down this weekend between Solomon square on tops Medical Center stations the first of six such shut downs on weekends for improvements Boston mayor Marty Walsh sometimes for.
"fifty four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty four degrees. Beautiful sunshine, very breezy right now in Boston at seven o'clock. Good morning to you on this Saturday. I'm teeny gal. Here's what's happening. Mass day police are actively investigating a double fatal crash involving two motorcycles at having just after two o'clock this morning inside the northbound O'Neill tunnel. My colleague, Charlie version is here with me in studio, and has more. Details on what happened Charlie so tuna, apparently several motorcycles were headed through the tunnel was very early this morning just after two o'clock from what state police, tell us two of the operators lost control of their motorcycles were right around exit twenty three both men were pronounced dead at the scene. You and I travel that road in the morning. We both went by at this morning at around three between three and four this morning. It was pretty gruesome scene. Charlie, and keep it here for continuing updates again. Master police are actively investigating the two victims were two young men and again they were traveling in a group at a time in the crash happened right by exit twenty three government center. Mexico is welcoming President Trump's latest announcement the president tweeted last night. That he has quote indefinitely suspended tariffs that he had threatened to impose on Mexican imports next week in the ongoing battle over border security. Mexican ambassador to Washington. Martha Barcena is outside the State Department Seco. We also offer jobs, healthcare, and education, according to its principles, the announcement follows an ongoing negotiation ongoing Goshi nations rather.
"fifty four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty four degrees in Boston under mostly cloudy skies. Good afternoon. It's five o'clock. I'm Laurie Kirby. And here's what's happening. The care of the House Judiciary committee in Washington has impeachment proceedings against the president are still possible. Jerry, Nadler's folk after a special counsel Robert Muller indicated it's now up to congress to decide what to do with the findings of his report. Here's Jayme, slipping speaking from his office in lower Manhattan. New York congressman Jerry Nadler, says the president is lying is lying about the special counsel's findings lying about the testimony of key witnesses and above all lying, and saying that the special counsel found no obstruction and no collusion. He says President Trump must be held accountable, and that no one is above the law with respect to impeachment question at this point. All options are on the table and nothing should be ruled out WBZ TV political analyst, John Keller says it's true. We heard nothing new from Muller today, but his words have a greater impact reffing. He said today is already in many cases long sips, a matter of public record, but by putting it in his own mouth on live nationwide TV. And by in no one certain terms, reiterating, the points we just discussed that they, they would have said. So if the president were cleared that he wasn't charged because it was not an option to charge him. I mean, the immediate impact here is, I think it adds a dose of rocket fuel to the calls for the impeachment process to begin. We'll have more than story coming up at five fourteen with a live report from Andy Field in Washington. Massachusetts could be the first in non-casino sports betting, but they need more than lady luck. They need lawmakers to sign off WBZ's, James Rojo's, covered a public hearing at the state house today, those who support the state regulation of sports betting are looking at the potential revenue that can be brought.
"fifty four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty four degrees in Boston at seven o'clock. Good evening. I'm Don huff. Here's what's happening. The Red Sox. Get all White House. Welcome. Good afternoon. It's my pleasure to welcome. To the White House. The two thousand eighteen World Series champion. The Boston Red Sox. Very special group of people. We'll have more on the socks trip to the nation's capital coming up at seven five President Trump, son. Don, jR, subpoenaed by congress here CBS Natalie brand, this Senate is demanding Donald Trump junior comeback to testify about Russian interference in two thousand sixteen election. The president's oldest son testified once in two thousand seventeen but some lawmakers have questioned whether he was fully truthful about his meeting with the Russian lawyer before the election and about his knowledge of proposed Trump Tower Moscow deal. My son is a good person. My son testified for hours and hours. My son was totally exonerated by Muller. The president was caught off guard by the subpoena attorney general William bar joining other top current and former Justice department officials honoring deputy, rob. Rosenstein, his last day on the job attorney general bar praising rod Rosenstein for his hard work Justice and the Russian investigation and then joked about congress debating holding bar in contempt. This must be a record of attorney general being proposed for contempt within days of taking office, contempt consideration because the current attorney general refused to testify in the democratically controlled house or deliver the full unredacted Mullah report Andy Field ABC news, Washington. Former attorney general Jeff Sessions among the officials on hand to say goodbye Rosenstein, sessions, putting Rosenstein and charge of the Muller investigation. The so-called collusion investigation became his. And it was no little matter. There was a continual up roll decisions had to be made and no decisions fell to him. I felt a him alone. He had mccown the attorney general for this matter Rosenstein says he leaves the department confident that Justice is in. Good hands. US in China. Resuming trade talks with the looming threat of a twenty five percent tariff on Chinese imports the tariff increase at to take effect at twelve oh one AM tomorrow morning. More than three dozen people displaced following a three Allama in a building on Washington street in Roxbury. Fire officials say all residents safely evacuated L Somerville. Bank robber still at large tonight. So the reward for his capture is up to twenty thousand dollars the man in last week's hold up at the Davis square back. Full details coming tomorrow, but mass dot now advises the Tobin bridge.
"fifty four degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Fifty four degrees at O'Hare the family of missing pregnant nineteen year old Marlin Staggie believe it was her baby found newly the livered on trash cans in the Hermosa neighborhood yesterday. They're holding out hope that the high school or is being held against her will community activists. Andrew homes has been working with the family community half. And if they have any information specially around with if was founded surveillance footage, turn it. If amazing what sort of audio immediately all either call one or two churches, the family is once again speaking with police today, a Maine south high student is facing criminal charges after police say he posted a photo on social media of a rifle with the camps. No one come to school tomorrow. Eighteen year old saw Marino is facing felony disorderly conduct charges. Police say no guns were found at his home. And the post didn't specifically mention Maine south high do Colorado high school students used at least two handguns to attack the charter school. They attended killing one of their classmates and injuring eight others before being stopped. Both are in custody. The sheriff. There says they had a number of weapons they were not old enough to buy or own on Capitol Hill. The House Judiciary committee prepares to hold the attorney general in contempt of congress for refusing to turn over the full unredacted Mullah report this as the White House invokes executive privilege over the report ABC's. Serena Marshall has the latest between the legislative and executive branches routine and new level committee chair. Jerry, Nadler information, we are legally entitled to receive and we have constitutionally obligated to review house, you just hear he votes to hold the attorney. General in contempt for not to turning over the full unredacted mullet report as the president asserts executive privilege over the entirety of the subpoenaed reports decision represents a clear esscalation and the Trump administration's blanket defiance, the battle alternately will be resolved in the courts. Serena Marshall, ABC news the capitol. The new Royal baby has a name details from ABC's Tom rivers in London. Lad, we'll be known as Archie Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor to be precise. The Duke and duchess of substance used Instagram to make the announcement posted statement said this afternoon their Royal highnesses introduced her majesty the Queen to her great grandchild at Windsor Castle, principal and Megan's mother. We're also present at the special occasion. We'll check your money sports, traffic and weather next on WGN. Hey,.
"fifty four degrees" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Fifty four degrees in partly cloudy in New York. I'm Bob route the stories that we talking about on seventy seven WABC police at UNC. Charlotte are confirming two people are dead and several others hurt and shooting on campus. Three people are in critical condition after gunshots rang out the evening police responding quickly, and we're able to disarm the suspect and take him into custody before he calls for the casualties. This student was on campus when the shooting broke out Elie Walton. Soon be able. So we were in the library. After that fairly Walton library and our people run on this the hallways streaming shooter. And all that special counsel Robert Muller complaining in a letter to attorney general William bar has four page summary of mothers Russia report did not fully capture the context nature and substance of the investigation's conclusions democratic congressman Ben Luhan of Minnesota says both attorney general Barin Muller should testify. I think it's imperative now that we identify where these lies are coming from. And who was misleading the congress and get them before the judiciary committee as soon as possible. Some Suffolk County residents may soon see a spike in their property taxes. Ficials say this is a possibility if the wind and school district exceeds the state's two percent cap news twelve reporting if approved the decision could lead to a forty percent increase in tax bills officials say the alternative is slashing jobs buses and sports the teen accused of Saturday synagogue shooting near San Diego making his first quarter appearance. A not guilty. Plea was entered on John Earnest's behalf. Half on charges of murder and attempted murder with hate allegations along with the charge of arson for allegedly setting fire to a mosque in March in a post hearing news conference and Yego county DA summer Stephen allege the suspect enter the power about eleven fifteen Saturday morning armed with an assault style rifle and five ten round amunition clips attached to a.
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"Fifty four degrees in Boston at nine o'clock. Good evening. I'm Suzanne SaaS Ville, here's what's happening. The attorney general summary of the mullahs report indicates what President Trump has been saying all along no collusion. William Barr released a four page summary of the report and President Trump says he's been completely vindicated ABC's. Lana Zack has more from the White House. The White House says they feel vindicated by the letter from attorney general William bar summarizing. The findings of the Muller report. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders says quote, the findings of the department of Justice are a total incomplete exoneration of the president of the United States. But Democrats are saying hold on a minute, Connecticut, Senator Richard Blumenthal. American people deserve the Mola report, not just the bar report. In fact, this set of summary conclusions. Four page letter hardly constitutes a report at all Massachusetts. Congressman Jim McGovern says Muller has not exonerated the president. And that it should not surprise anyone that the president's handpicked. Attorney general doesn't think the president obstructed Justice patriots nation is saying goodbye to a legend, rob gronkowski has announced his retirement WBZ TV's. Dan Roach says gronk is getting out before it's too late. We had heard some things. Ability that he was going to retire after the Super Bowl and immediately signed a contract to do multiple things for an outlet. So that wouldn't surprise me. If we see that he certainly has that appeal especially kids, so we'll see what happens with FRANZ. But I think he just felt that it was the best thing for him his body his future. You know, we all know the concussions problems that we've seen in the NFL. I think maybe he wanted to get out now before anything serious happened. Cronk hausky made the announcement on social media early this evening in it. He thinks the patriots organization for all the opportunities. They've given him supporters of tougher..
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"Thirty fifty four degrees on NewsRadio KF became the first tangible signs of movement. Maybe emerging in the impasse. That's shut down the government for weeks. Donald Trump is promising a major announcement about the closure in the US, Mexico border and Democrats are pledging more money for border security. It's going to be a busy weekend in Sacramento has more than sixty thousand people are expected in the capital city over the holiday weekend. The women's March is scheduled for today at ten AM organizers recommend participants arrive at least forty five minutes before the start time marches will walk from southside park on T street of eighth street and down capitol mall to end at the state capital. The California legislature is launching a new office to handle sexual and other workplace misconduct. Complaints at the capitol legislative leaders announced Friday, the workplace conduct unit will open February. I it comes more than a year after nearly one hundred and fifty women signed a letter calling out a pervasive culture of sexual harassment at the California capital, Cindy Chan NewsRadio KF became now. Traffic. Iq and weather together. All right. Thanks, cindy. And we are going to tell you about one accident on the board. It's westbound eighty four Dixon avenue. A couple of vehicles are involved here. They're cleared now with one vehicle off to the center divide up against the K rail. A flatbed tow truck is needed. There. Traffic is backed up from milk farm road is also affecting eastbound travel on eighty that is slow from midway road to pit school wrote. Your next update's ten o'clock. I'm Mitch Thompson from the camp PK traffic center. Newsradio camp PK ninety three point one FM fifteen thirty AM..
England, Worcester and Kingston discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather
"Of new england wbz news time four eighteen fifty four degrees cloudy skies in boston top stories now detectives are investigating worcester's first homicide of the year police say seventeen year old boy was shot on holland road overnight two men are arrested for gun possession in dorchester officers in the youth violence strike force found a semi automatic gun and two revolvers in two cars divers have recovered the body of a forty seven year old man reported missing in country pond in kingston new hampshire a dive team resumed the search this morning and the victim's body was recovered just before nine am about fifty yards from shore wbz news time four nineteen reactions and lack thereof in the wake of the irish landslide vote to overturn and abortion ban abc's megan williams tells us how pope francis is handling the move by the largely catholic nation's pope sunday angelus address from saint peter's square the pope failed to mention the irish referendum result overwhelmingly in favor of repealing the band with the referendum result irish archbishops acknowledged on sunday that the catholic church and the country no longer hold sway over the population well conservative catholics who oppose abortion have expressed disappointment in the pope's silence that can observers say the silence is more evidence the pope wants to steer clear of getting involved in catholic culture wars focusing on abortion or same sex marriage in other countries mega millions abc news rome flagged garden started here in massachusetts and now they've become a national movement the solemn display of tens of thousands of american flags first appeared on boston common from memorial day a decade ago the flags honor service members who have died defending the nation now flag gardens can be seen this weekend in texas louisiana ohio and new york the concept even spread to canada with thousands of canadian flags are planted in toronto on remembrance day in november when canada honors its military members who've.
Yankees, Boston and Celtics discussed on Jay Talking
"A mix of sun and clouds a high will be sixty four saturday look for a mix of clouds and more clouds it'll be a little cool they may be rain at times perhaps a rumble of thunder the high just going to be fifty four degrees yankees beat the red sox ninety sixty hated yankees now in first place show boston red sox in second but the celtics dispatched the seventy sixes seventy sixers down their season is over boston one one fourteen and one twelve another terrific ballgame and now the celtics get ready to take on the bron james and cleveland cavaliers we're going to go to tom salesman beijing waiting to talk to jimmy tom how are you tonight hey how's it going today doing just fine what's going on i'm doing pretty good but i was listening to this show enough the one thing i've noticed that about seeing my kids are grown up and big of an issue in our house but i'm happy for you tom tough times but in my time it was aol in the beginning of the social media and i remember joking saying that luckily they can't take the computer out of the house now they can't you know now to me what i'm seeing is a whole new social order happening securing right before our eyes it's not even just the kids it's it's it's grown adults doing it.
Man stabs deputy in sheriff's office in Georgia, is shot dead
"The douglas county sheriff's office the debbie had no choice but to discharge his firearm wls these bill caiaccio is reporting live now man is dead after stabbing a deputy in the leg yes got the man came into the sheriff's office overnight it went into a bathroom where he called nine one one to say he had been poisoned when deputies went in to check on and they say he became unruly produced a knife and stabbed one of our deputies sergeant jesse hamburg with the douglas county sheriff's office tells the jc's john spanked they tried to use a tasers to subdue him but when that didn't work they shot and killed the man hamburg says the deputy should be okay deputy is getting medical aid and the case has been turned over to the gbi for further investigation the man was not a stranger to he'd come into the sheriff's office hours earlier seeking shelter in someone gave him water the man's name has not yet been released we are going to get an update from the douglas county sheriff this hour live of the breaking news desk bill caiaccio wsb temperature at eight thirty one fifty four degrees.
Tulsa, New York and Nextgeneration discussed on Morning Edition
"Location with the company emily sullivan npr news washington with the possibility of airstrikes in syria following reports of a chemical attack tensions between world powers are increasing as npr's lama l arianna reports the syrian regimes ally russia has issued some threats any missiles fired by the us will be shot down those are the words of the russian ambassador to lebanon he's quoting his president vladimir putin unapproachable assad regime news network the ambassador says if the strike happens russia is also prepared to target the areas where the missiles launched from russia says it sent experts into eastern gutter a suburb near the syrian capital damascus to investigate the site of the alleged chemical attack but claims to have found no evidence russia joined the syrian civil war to fight alongside assad in two thousand fifteen moscow's largest military base in the middle east is currently in syria lebanon npr news beirut in responding to russia's threat to shoot down anymore missiles fired at syria president trump on twitter this morning says get ready russia because they will be coming nice and new and smart striking teachers and oklahoma completed their one hundred ten mile march into oklahoma city and the state capital the teacher's union has called for the walkout to continue until the legislature comes up with more money for schools anita boone joined the walkout from tulsa to oklahoma city to make a point about funding resources for public schools when i retire in five years i want to leave my speech pathology office in the better state than what i found it we can get mitch cakes and funding we can fund everything we need to get these kids to the quartet needs to be successful and make nextgeneration great oklahoma has joined a growing number of states where teachers are demanding higher salaries and more funding for resources i'm dwayne ground npr news i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york good morning it's eight oh four it's thirty eight degrees expect increasing cloudiness today with a high near fifty four degrees manhattan's top federal prosecutor will not work on.
China announces it's imposing new tariffs on 128 US products
"California's now fighting the feds over its interest in protecting immigrants in the country illegally the twenty four years ago the tone was very different no one recognized that there was people power in the immigrant community and their allies we didn't know we were that powerful i'm brian watt how pushing back against proposition one eightyseven galvanized a bay area community tomorrow on morning edition this is michael krasny today on forum in our nine o'clock hour we'll have our weekly politics roundup then in the second hour local author nikki meredith will join us her new book is called the manson women and me monsters morality and murder for nine to eleven here on kqed public radio and coming up this morning and science self driving cars are entering a new age in starting this week the dmv is allowing companies to get permits for testing cars without a backup driver in them while this new technology has many tech lovers excited some people are worried about what this could mean for road safety science reporters take a closer look comes up this morning in morning edition at six twenty two in eight twenty two here on kqed public radio good morning expect sunshine later today with highs sixty s along the coast in peninsula seventies further inland currently fifty four degrees in san francisco it's morning edition from npr news i'm steve inskeep and i made martin good morning president trump is targeting china on trade and now china is fighting back starting today the chinese government will be imposing three billion dollars worth of new tariffs on a list of us products this is retaliation for the trump administration's tariffs on imported steel and aluminum here's rob schmitz joins us now live from shanghai hero mourning rachel what exactly are we talking about here what us products are going to take a hit this is a long and wide ranging list we have one hundred and twenty eight products from apples and berries pork products recycled aluminum ethanol and the tariffs that'll be slapped on these american products when they enter china will range from fifteen to twenty five percent in a statement china's ministry of commerce said quote we hope that the united states will rescind its measures that violate world trade organization rules as quickly as possible and those measures.
Workers injured in liquid chemical plant explosion in Texas
"Yeah fresno cumulus radio fifty four degrees at radio city at twelve noon i'm lisburn live in the cam j newsroom and now on amazon alexa casualties are being reported as a new pedestrian bridges collapsed at florida international university the death toll around five or six according to cnn those numbers could rise one woman watching from her office the bridge that just collapsed out of nowhere there's stuck into their workers are heard helping workers they're pulling workers out there definitely people stop under fire officials working to free the cars trapped under a nine hundred fifty ton section rescued people being taken to a nearby trauma center the bridge just opened a few days ago this story is developing a gas explosion at a chemical plant in hood county texas this morning one man remains missing another has been airlifted to a hospital with serious burns the try him industries plan about fifty miles south west of dallas emergency responders were evacuated because of fears of another explosion emergency crews say ablaze at a double wide mobile home outside of selma this morning could have been far worse the call sent to fresno county fire to the area floral and chestnut around six thirty a m battalion chief jeremiah whitworth says the.
Navy F-18 fighter jet crashes into water near Naval Air Station Key West
"Financial system meltdown ten years ago the cause millions of americans lose their jobs and homes it will have to be reconciled with a much more expansive rollback of the protections passed by the house democrat connor lamb continues to hold a lead of hundreds of votes over republican rick saccone and a special congressional election in pennsylvania republican had represented the district for fifteen years deputy white house spokesman robert shaw says the outcome would have been worse it president trump not gotten involved the president's engagement the race turn what was a deficit for the republican candidate into what is essentially a tie no winners been declared the crew of two has been recovered after the us navy warplane crashed off key west florida the navy f eighteen fighter went down as it was on to naval air station key west the two pilots aboard were able to checked about a mile from the runway they were later recovered in shallow waters close to the base taken to a local hospital for medical treatment officials say their status is unknown martinez abc news the pentagon it was a down day on wall street with the dow closing off two hundred forty nine points and the nasdaq losing fourteen you're listening to abc news komo news one thousand ninety seven seven number one for news good afternoon it's five oh to really nice afternoon in seattle where we have fifty four degrees i'm elisa jaffe with tom glasco here are the top stories from the komo twenty four seven news center kids from seattle joined.
CIA's Pompeo on North Korea talks: "This administration has its eyes wide open"
"Starts now the four o'clock i'm jennifer gray pests live in the wsb 24hour news center with wsb's top story this hour the trump administration has its eyes wide open ahead of planned talks with north korea that were from cia director mike pompeo talking to face the nation on cbs today pompeo said there is no plan to ease pressure on the regime the previous administration was negotiating from a position of weakness this administration will be negotiating from a particular position of enormous strike with sanctions that air unrivaled against the north korean regime meantime former president jimmy carter said today that while i don't agree with everything that president trump has done i think it's good that he's decided to go meet with north korean leader kim jong il own right now fifty four degrees in atlanta showers likely tonight lewis 43 mostly to partly cloudy with a thirty percent chance of showers tomorrow high fifty two atlanta's most accurate and.
More People Are Getting Sick As The Salmonella Outbreak From Chicken Salad Widens
"Mostly sunny weekend ahead with highs in the mid 50s to about 60 fifty four degrees right now zia big recall of the popular ready to eat salad iowa based triple t speciality meats is recalling more than twenty thousand pounds of radi to eat chicken saleh that may be contaminated with salmonella the product was produced between january second and february seven that was shipped to fairway grocery stores in iowa illinois minnesota nebraska and south dakota salmonellosis is one of the most common bacterial foodborne illnesses and even though most people do recover some require hospitalization and in rare cases it can be fatal daria albinger abc news sign for life beat you're dealing with chronic pain maybe you're back or knees and the doctor keeps prescribing percocet or other opioid narcotics but are they really helping pain managment specialists dr robert bullish cites a study from the journal of the american medical association shows that opioids may not be the only key to the relief of persistent pain very strong pain medications from the family were equal ineffectiveness to those things that we can utilize just off the shelf in our pharmacy like the antiinflammatory medicines or acetaminophen tight medicines.