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What is the Insurrection Act and why has it been invoked before?
"Active duty military police have landed at joint base Andrews as president trump threatens to use force to subdue violent protests in secretary mark as far as ordered troops from Fort Bragg and fort drum just stage in the Washington DC area and injures airforce base in poor fell for a defense official tells fox news that unless president trump invokes the insurrection act the active troops could not deploy into DC and acted in eighteen oh seven the law allows the president United States to deployed military troops within the U. S. to suppress civil disorder insurrection and rebellion it was last invoked it during the Rodney king protest in nineteen ninety
"fort drum" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"One W G Y malaria Johnson is safe to a girl in Hudson falls. Girl was found Friday in New York City. Nineteen year old George Torres. Been arrested police say he drove up from Staten Island on Wednesday to pick her up. Michael Mackerras, the Washington county public defender, also George stores attorney, he tells news channel thirteen how Johnson and Torres got to know one another from what I know. Now, they reached out to each other on Facebook. It was initially Facebook communication, and essentially he was invited to come up and pick her up and take her to New York City Torres charged with kidnapping and child endangerment. Although investigators believe the girl got in the car willingly, Washington county sheriffs say there was another man question. But he's cooperating and is not being charged amber alert that was issued on Thursday was cancelled on Friday nearest controller says the state has been dropping the ball on do not call an audit of do not call registry. Complaints finds it. Although the division of consumer protection has been getting over four hundred and fifty thousand complaints about telemarketers. In recent years. Only two cases were referred for enforcement action in two thousand sixteen and twenty seventeen combined in the course of the it. Tom Annapolis office says that they found there's been high staff turnover in the office that should have been following through on the complaints. And that that may have contributed to the problem the inaction results in more than frustration. The Napoli points out that the fines levied dropped from one point nine million to forty four thousand Diane. Newsradio eight ten and one or three one WG y Bashar report commissioned by the Pentagon is out and it is not good for four drum report put the Watertown institution at the top of a list of having the highest risk of sexual assaults for women out of all army installations for drum also ranked number two for the risk of for men report lists incidents in the year of two thousand fourteen which is the most recent year. When information is available on sexual assaults and harassment afford, drums, spokeswoman says reports findings are quote more than statistics to us. There are brothers and sisters in arms spokeswoman also says preventing and responding to sexual assault is the top priority for every commander at fort drum coming up the W G Y AccuWeather forecast..
Dr Allen, Britain and US discussed on Morning Show with Sean and Frank
"Britain's socialized medicine is taking another leap forward to signing what's best for their people by attempting, to legalise organ donation laws which makes the average citizen responsible for. Opting out of. The, program so in, Britain now when you die you automatically donate your organs unless you opt out of the
"fort drum" Discussed on WRVA
"So President Trump Made the trip yesterday to fort drum New York for the signing of, the John McCain national defense authorization act Any thanked, multiple members of congress Republican members including several Even yeah Five members of congress Trump has attacked John McCain previously in, well. Documented Ways McCain has, been one of the administration's, most outspoken Republican critics so yesterday the, house the Senate Armed Services committee which put together this package named, it made the decision to name it after the chairman of their committee John McCain who's fighting a brain tumor Well Trump thanks to all these people, yesterday didn't, even mention John McCain's name He has not backed away in his attacks on McCain despite even with the brain tumor just hour after the ceremony Trump. Continued, his. Criticism at a campaign event or a congressman congresswoman in New York One of our wonderful Senator. Said thumbs down at two o'clock this morning he said although, Trump claimed the. Senate was one vote away in reality the vote was, only to go to conference with the house. On the senate's skinny repeal McCain's daughter is a conservative commentator has called Trump's comments gross and pathetic McCain though did, spearheaded efforts to pass the defense spending Bill in the Senate the bills former. Name was named after him by that committee Mondays Ma remarks were. Mostly scripted Trump, called the measure the most significant investment in our military in our warfighters in modern history very proud to be a big, big part of it and also at seven hundred sixteen billion. And forthcoming two. Thousand nineteen fiscal year military funding, is administration's economic success and the US. Leadership in, space so Trump signs the defense measure the spending measure that. McCain was a big part of putting together but didn't think McCain in any way. Shape or form seven hundred seventeen billion annual defense policy Bill, the authorization act He, said it was very hard you know I went to congress I said let's do it we got to do it we're, going to strengthen. Our military like never ever before and that's. What we did So, but when he. Referred to we talked about the. Vice president, defect Defense Secretary and. A bunch, of members of. Congress but never even once. Mentioned John McCain and that's how roles between Trump and. McCain seven forty-seven NewsRadio RV S. check trending stories now from the newsroom here's headlines with Andy doernen several people injured after a car smashed into barriers outside of parliament in London Charlotte fills police chief. Says. They made eight arrests and, three of their officers were injured during the one year anniversary of the unite the right, rally and state Democrats.
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"Live from. NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly London's counterterrorism police are leading the investigation into today's incident. Outside the British parliament that's where a car. Crashed into security barriers injuring. A number of pedestrians none of those hurt is said to. Have, life threatening injuries police say at least two people have been taken to the hospital by. Ambulance streets around parliament square has been cordoned off the incident, occurred during the morning. Rush hour in London the driver of the. Vehicle is under arrest President Trump is highlighting the defense Bill, recently passed by congress giving US troops their largest pay, hike in nine years Lauren. Rosenthal with north country public radio says the president traveled to fort drum in New York yesterday to formally sign the seven hundred sixteen billion dollar measure standing in front of an Apache helicopter flanked, by howitzer, Tillery units President Trump's Said the military is about to get its second major funding increase since he took office we have seven hundred and sixteen billion dollars to give you the finest planes and ships and tanks, and missiles Anywhere on, earth beyond earth the air force will also receive funding for a precursor to the president's proposed space force but those plans are. Still a ways off the new law doesn't actually take affect until October and congress still has to, make a formal appropriation before any money can be spent for NPR news on Rosenthal and fort drum, prosecutors. Have rested their case in the financial fraud trial of Paul Manafort President Trump's former. Campaign chairman NPR's Ryan Lucas says the government presented twenty, seven witnesses over ten days in federal court in Alexandria, Virginia one of the government's final witnesses was a senior. Official at, the, federal savings Bank he testified that Paul manafort's loan. Application drew red flags but the loan was. Pushed through by. The bank's chairman Steve caulk who wanted a job in the Trump administration the defense meanwhile has filed motions to dismiss, the charges against Manafort this is a standard move for defense counsel that's NPR's Ryan Lucas Manafort has pleaded not Not guilty to charges of Bank fraud and tax evasion stemming from millions of dollars he earned while. Doing political consulting work in Ukraine a firefighter from Utah is the latest fatality in connection with California's, largest wildfire Ron record the Mendocino complex fire north of San Francisco has burned nearly three hundred fifty, thousand. Acres most of us seventy national park in California is reopening today much of the. Park has been closed for almost three weeks because of, a wildfire there it's been burning since July thirteenth his, blackened one hundred fifty square miles in and around Yosemite. To people, have, also been killed there the park along with hundreds. Of businesses including hotels and lodges had been. Losing money this. Is NPR news in Washington Flood watches. And warnings remain posted in parts of central and northeast Pennsylvania that's where heavy rains have triggered flash. Flooding in, some evacuations water rescues of motorists have also. Been occurring in New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy spent part of yesterday surveying flooding in his state and meeting with evacuees. In little falls by promise your we're going to, work together and try to find every available resource we can nearly eight inches of rain fell in parts of New Jersey a report is due out today on allegations of child. Sexual abuse within six Roman Catholic diocese in Pennsylvania on Lee. Herring with member station w. ESA says the findings followed nearly two year investigation by a. Grand jury report covers a period, of more. Than seven decades Jim Vance called testified before the grand jury after keeping his abuse a secret for thirty six years he says, it's empowering for survivors to share their stories. You give them the truth that's These survivors wanna do they want to say, their truth they wanna take ownership of their life back somebody had. Taken a piece of their soul the answer coalition expects more survivors to. Come forward following the report some names have been rejected as about two dozen clergy claim the report portrays them unfairly the state's high court said last month the grand jury identified more than three hundred priests it says committed abuse or tried to conceal it for NPR. News I'm only herring and Pittsburgh stocks in Asia ended the day mostly lower analysts say investors are. Concerned about, Turkey's struggling economy and sharp drops in its. Currency I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington Support, for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the. Ford Foundation working with visionaries on the front lines of social change worldwide to. Address inequality in all its forms, learn more at Ford Foundation dot org and. The corporation for public broadcasting This is WNYC good morning I'm. Sean, Carlson with a quick check of our weather forecast scattered. Showers and thunderstorms today they could. Be quite heavy at times otherwise mostly cloudy today we'll see, highs, in the mid eighties for tonight more showers more, thunderstorms are possible mostly. Before midnight again though some of those could be real heavy at. Times mostly cloudy tonight low seventy two it looks like we'll get a reprieve from the rain, tomorrow Wednesday mostly sunny high near ninety, degrees and on Thursday much of the, same mostly sunny high eighty eight The Texas foster case..
"fort drum" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"I'm Jacky Quin residents in central and eastern Pennsylvania had to be rescued by emergency crews after heavy rains triggered flash flooding. Roads had to be closed from williamsport to the Philadelphia suburbs police in bloomsburg set off a mandatory evacuation siren late Monday for a few hundred people in the West End of that town. President Trump in New York state signed a mess of defense spending Bill at Fort Hood fort drum that is saying that no longer will the military be underfunded days are over every day. The army is fighting for us, and now we are fighting for you. One hundred percent. The president has reacted to the firing of Peter Struck and FBI agent who had sent negative text messages against him. Our soccer megani reports. The president's long bash struck for sending anti-trump text messages while a member of the special counsels Russia probe, he was immediately taken off. The team after they were discovered today, the president wonders whether strucks firing means the investigation itself will be dropped, though there's no indication that will happen. Prosecutors in Florida have charged a white man with manslaughter in the death of an unarmed. Black man whose video recorded shooting at a convenience store parking lot revived. The debate over Florida's stand, your ground law attorney. Michelle Rainer represents the family of marquess mcglockton Michael drink Pierpoint blankets, cold, blooded, murderer. And he took marquee says life without a second thought. And we are so profoundly glad that the state attorney has decided to do the right thing in charge the alleged Golden State killer in California, former police officer, James dandelos facing a third..
"fort drum" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'm Mary Louise Kelley Cornish assault on Ghazni comes as the war in Afghanistan pushes seventeen years talk with the New York Times war. Correspondent who tells the story through the eyes of six US combatants which you get from them as the actual experience. Of the war and all. These years on you also get candor in Florida prosecutors charged men involved in a parking lot shooting with manslaughter police initially. Said, he was protected by stand your ground the downside of YouTube fame I definitely feeling Jane because I was trying to pump out an amazing video once, every, two, weeks or once every week now this news Live from NPR news in. Washington I'm Shay. Stevens US troops are in for their largest pay raise in nearly a decade under a new defense Bill that takes effect this fall north country public radio's Lauren Rosenthal has details from fort drum where. President Trump signed the legislation into. Law standing in front of an Apache helicopter flanked by howitzer artillery units President Trump said the military is about to. Get its second major funding. Increase since he took office we have seven hundred and sixteen billion dollars to give you the finest planes and ships and. Tanks, and missiles Anywhere on earth beyond earth the air force will also receive funding for. A precursor to the president's proposed space force. But those plans are still a ways. Off the new law doesn't actually take effect until October and congress still has to make a formal appropriation before any money can be spent for, NPR news, I'm Lauren. Rosenthal and fort drum veteran FBI agent speeders Peter Struck has lost his job a year after being removed from the Russia probe over his text messages. Criticizing then candidate Trump strokes attorney eight-tonne Goldman says his client's dismissal departs from typical FBI practice and, goes beyond the determination of the bureau's office of professional responsibility they decided appropriate punishment was sixty day suspension emotion Actually signed an agreement last chance agreement accepting those punishments and then a decision was reversed by the deputy director of the FBI we, started to be fired struck, testify before congress last month that his negative messages about Trump did not affect his work. A firing leisure national park is destroyed buildings on the north end of historic lake McDonald, lodge the busiest area of the park Nikki. Will let of Montana public radio reports that mandatory, evacuations remain in effect there and two campgrounds the evacuation orders were issued Sunday evening as strong winds. Fanned the how ridge fire burning more than twenty acres at the northern end of lake McDonald the park's iconic going to the sun road is closed from the, app guard visitor center to Logan pass including the avalanche and Sprague, campgrounds at our village in the eastern side of glacier remain open north west Montana hasn't seen. A wedding rain in about forty days the dry Lightening storm that ignited the how ridge fire Saturday. Nights sparked several fires across the region last summer the Sprague fire burned glaciers historic Sperry chalet backcountry dormitory twits stone foundations for NPR news I'm Nikki, will let in whitefish Montana most of you semi national park is set to reopen today following a twenty day closure due to a massive wildfire that killed two firefighters and burned one hundred, and fifty square miles the, park's closure came during peak tourist season this is NPR news The West Virginia house has voted to impeach. Four state supreme court justices including one who's already been. Suspended lawmakers say. Spending habits of justices violated state law and didn't stop until the IRS challenge. Them minority Democrats on the House Judiciary committee tried to speed, up the impeachment process they wanted to. Beat today's deadline for setting up in November special. Election to replace any justices who might step down or be removed from office the Baltimore police officer seen in a viral. Video that, emerged over the weekend. Has, resigned as NPR's, Brockton, Booker, reports officials are not ruling out. Criminal charges interim police Commissioner Gary tuggle. Says the now former cop could be charged with second degree assault he adds that the actions captured on video of an officer landing punch after crushing. Punch were unacceptable the repeated head. Strides toward the head are disturbing the attempt. To take this individual Ground was sort of very very postive the head strikes necessary to the Baltimore police department was already under intense. Scrutiny last year Baltimore entered a consent decree after a Justice department report found that blacks were disproportionately. Targeted for stops and arrests in this instance both parties. Were African American. Braxton Booker NPR news on stock markets in Asia shares are mixed up over. Two percent in Tokyo mic concerns about Turkey's economy Wall Street, stocks closed lower the Dow Jones industrial. Average falling one hundred and twenty five points I'm. Shay Stevens NPR news in Washington Support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include. The doors Duke charitable foundation, whose clinical scientists development, awards support promising early, career physician scientists and their research efforts to improve. Human health and Americans for the arts.
California, Trump and Senator John McCain discussed on KSTE Programming
"The largest wildfire in California history is turning deadly California fire. Officials say a firefighter has died battling the Mendocino complex fire. The fire scorched over three hundred forty nine. Thousand acres in northern California it could take another couple. Of weeks for crews to completely contain
"fort drum" Discussed on AP News
"Radio news. I'm Jacky Quin residents in central and eastern Pennsylvania had to be rescued by emergency crews after heavy rains triggered flash flooding roads had to be closed from williamsport. To the Philadelphia suburbs police in. Bloomsburg set off a mandatory evacuation, siren late Monday for a few hundred. People in the. West End of that town President Trump in New York state signed a mess of defense spending Bill at Fort Hood. Fort drum that is, saying that no longer will the military be underfunded those days are over every day the army, is. Fighting, for us and now we are fighting for you one hundred percent the president has reacted to the firing of, Peter Struck an FBI agent who had sent negative text messages. Against him our soccer megani reports the president's long bash struck, for sending anti-trump text messages while a member. Of the special counsels Russia Prob-, he was immediately taken off the team after, they were. Discovered today the president wonders whether. Strucks firing means the investigation itself will be dropped though there's no indication that will happen. Prosecutors in Florida have charged a. White man with manslaughter in the death of an unarmed black man whose video recorded shooting at a convenience store parking lot revived the debate over Florida's stand your ground law attorney Michelle Rainer. Represents the family of marquess mcglockton Michael drinker period point blank is a cold blooded murderer and he took marquees says life without a second thought and we are. So profoundly glad that the state. Attorney has decided to do the, right thing in charge the alleged Golden. State killer in. California former police officer James Dangelo spacing thirteenth count of murder police have linked to the death of a college professor. Who was killed while. Trying to protect his daughter a wildfire closing off portions of Montana's glacier national park this is ABC Radio news Tesla founder Elon Musk is confirming Saudi Arabia is his proposed partner in a bid to take the auto company private, on musk disclosed in a blog post that the money for him to by tesla from shareholders would come from, Saudi, Arabia's sovereign. Wealth fund but the financing is not all. In place musk writes that he thought the deal was already done after July thirty, first meeting which is why he tweeted. Last week he would, take, tesla private, you know it's been pushed the share, price up eleven percent leading to two lawsuits in possibly an SEC investigation into charges stock. Price manipulation the Saudi fund recently bought nearly five percent of the. Electric car.
"fort drum" Discussed on AP News
"Jacky Quin residents in central and eastern Pennsylvania had to be rescued. By emergency crews after heavy rains triggered flash flooding roads had to be closed from williamsport to the Philadelphia suburbs police in bloomsburg set off a mandatory evacuation siren. Late Monday for a few hundred. People in the West End of, that town President Trump in New York. State signed a. Mess of defense spending Bill at Fort Hood fort drum that is saying that no longer will the military be underfunded. Those days are over, every day the army is fighting for us and now we are fighting for you one hundred percent the, president has reacted to the firing of Peter Struck an FBI. Agent, who had sent negative text messages against him our soccer megani reports the president's long bash struck for sending anti-trump text messages while a. Member of the special counsels Russia probe he was. Immediately taken off the team after they were discussed Today the president wonders whether strucks firing means, the investigation itself will. Be dropped though there's no indication that will happen prosecutors in Florida have charged white man with manslaughter in the death of. An unarmed black man whose video recorded shooting at a convenience store parking lot revived the debate over Florida's stand your ground law attorney Michelle Rainer represents the family of marquees mcglockton Michael Drake. Period point blank is a cold blooded murderer and he took marquesses life without a second thought and we are so profoundly glad that the state attorney has decided. To do the right thing in. Charge the alleged Golden State killer, in California former police officer James de. Angelos facing a. Third Tiger Woods is back and people are watching the charge by woods at the PGA championship and the two shot. Victory by Brooks Kapka. Through the highest final rod coverage for the major in nine years CBS sports said Sunday's round of Bill. Review a rating of six point one and a sheriff fourteen That's up sixty nine percent from last year the top viewership, market was Saint, Louis where the tournament took place it wasn't exciting finish woods who was fought a long and public battle through injuries and personal issues came in second he shot a final round sixty four finishing at two sixty six that was his. Best at a seventy two hole major but not enough to be kept go who was locked, in Drivers are paying more at the pump, but fuel price, analyst. Trilby Lundberg says that's likely about the chance to weeks the average price of gasoline. Is up two cents the new. Average for, regular is to ninety three but probably it, will not continue up more likely there'll be some price cutting from. Here on she says there's a lot of oil out there and. The demand for, it right now is low prices have been weakening as some producers especially Saudi Arabia Russia the. United, States are upping their oil output at the same time in the. US our demand for gasoline is weak Lundberg says there, are several reasons why we're not buying but one in particular Also facing a price. The, crib trace is about fifty three cents higher than it was one year. Ago and that's, another reason that I would demand for gasoline has not been growing as for who's paying the least in the. Most Jackson Mississippi is the low average to fifty. Three for regular and. The highest San Francisco three sixty nine while diesel, users are paying about two eighty five gallon is three World War Two bombs. Were removed from the Baltic seabed near the polish. Vacation resort of Cohen check more than two thousand, people were evacuated on Monday the spokesman for the..
"fort drum" Discussed on AP News
"Quin residents in central and eastern Pennsylvania had to be rescued. By emergency crews after heavy rains triggered flash flooding roads had to be closed from williamsport to the Philadelphia suburbs police in bloomsburg set off a mandatory evacuation siren late Monday for a few hundred. People in the West End, of that town President Trump in New. York state signed. A mess of defense spending Bill at Fort Hood fort drum that is saying that no longer will the military be. Underfund does days are, over every day the is fighting for us and now we are fighting for you one hundred percent the, president has reacted to the firing of Peter Struck an FBI. Agent, who had sent negative text messages against him our soccer megani reports the president's long bash struck for sending anti-trump text messages while a. Member of the special counsels Russia probe he was. Immediately taken off the team after they were discussed Today the. President wonders whether. Strucks firing means the investigation itself will be dropped though there's no indication that will happen. Prosecutors in Florida have charged a. White man with manslaughter in the death of an unarmed black man whose video recorded shooting at a convenience store parking lot revived the debate over Florida's stand your ground law attorney Michelle Rainer. Represents the family of marquess mcglockton Michael Drake period point blank is a cold blooded murderer and he took marquesses life without a second thought and we are so profoundly glad that the state attorney. Has decided to do the, right thing in charge the alleged Golden. State killer in. California former police officer James ngelo spacing a third turns out Google records your movements even when you explicitly tell it. Not to AP's Julie. Walker reports.
"fort drum" Discussed on AP News
"Ground game AP radio news I'm Jacky Quin residents in central and eastern Pennsylvania had to be rescued. By emergency crews after heavy. Rains triggered flash flooding roads had, to be closed from williamsport to the. Philadelphia suburbs police. In bloomsburg set off a mandatory evacuation siren late Monday for a few hundred people in the West End of that. Town President Trump in. New York state signed a mess of defense spending Bill at Fort Hood fort drum that is saying, that no, longer will the military be underfund Tuesdays are over every day the army is. Fighting, for us and now we are fighting for you one hundred percent the. President has reacted to the firing of, Peter Struck an FBI agent who had sent negative text messages. Against him our soccer megani reports the president's long bash struck, for sending anti-trump text messages while a member. Of the special counsels Russia Prob- he, was immediately taken off the team after they, were discovered. Today the president wonders whether strucks. Firing means the investigation itself will be dropped though there's no indication that will happen prosecutors. In Florida have charged a white. Man with manslaughter in the death of an unarmed black man whose video recorded shooting at a convenience store parking lot revived the debate over Florida's stand your ground law attorney Michelle Rainer represents. The family of marquess mcglockton Michael drinker period point blank is a cold blooded murderer and he took marquesses life without a second thought and we are so profoundly. Glad that the state attorney. Has decided to do the right, thing in charge the alleged Golden State. Killer in California. Former police officer James de ngelo spacing thirteenth count of murder police have linked to the death of a college professor. Who was killed while. Trying to protect his daughter a wildfire closing off portions of Montana's glacier national park this is AP Radio news Tesla founder Elon Musk is confirming Saudi Arabia is his proposed partner in a bid to take the, auto company, private musk disclosed in a blog post at the money for him to by tesla from shareholders would come from, Saudi, Arabia's sovereign, wealth fund but the financing is not all. In place musk writes that he thought the deal was already done after July thirty, first meeting which is why he tweeted. Last week he would, take, tesla private, you know it's been pushed the share, price up eleven percent leading to two lawsuits and possibly an SEC investigation into charges of stock. Price manipulation the Saudi fund recently bought nearly five percent of the. Electric car when working at a, growing business you wear, many hats the new business hat the buying toners for the copy machine has the sifting through tonnes of.
"fort drum" Discussed on AP News
"AP radio news. I'm Jacky Quin residents in central and eastern Pennsylvania had to be rescued by emergency crews after heavy rains triggered flash flooding roads had. To be closed from williamsport to the Philadelphia suburbs police. In bloomsburg set off a mandatory, evacuation siren late Monday for a few. Hundred people in. The West End of that town President Trump in New York state signed a massive defense spending Bill at Fort Hood. Fort drum that is, saying that no longer will the military be underfund does days are over every day the army, is. Fighting, for us and now we are fighting for you one hundred percent the president has reacted to the firing of, Peter Struck an FBI agent who had sent negative text messages. Against him our soccer megani reports the president's long bash struck, for sending anti-trump text messages while a member. Of the special counsels Russia Prob- he was immediately taken off the team after they were discovered. Today the president wonders whether strucks firing means the investigation. Itself will be dropped though there's, no indication that will happen prosecutors in. Florida have charged. A white man with manslaughter in the death of an unarmed black man whose video recorded shooting at a convenience store. Parking lot revived the. Debate over Florida's stand your ground law attorney Michelle Rainer represents the family of marquess mcglockton Michael drinker Pierpoint blankets a cold blooded murderer and he took marquesses life without a second thought and we are, so profoundly glad that the state attorney has decided to do the right, thing in charge the alleged Golden State. Killer in California former police officer James de ngelo spacing thirteenth count of murder police have. Linked to the death of a college professor who was killed while trying. To protect his daughter a, wildfire closing off portions. Of Montana's glacier national park this is AP radio news Tesla founder Elon, Musk is confirming Saudi Arabia is his proposed partner in a bid to take the auto company. Private musk disclosed in a blog post that the money for him. To by tesla from shareholders would come from Saudi, Arabia's sovereign wealth fund but the financing is not all in place, musk writes that he thought the deal, was already done after July thirty first meeting. Which is why he tweeted last week he would take tesla private you know it's been pushed the share price up eleven percent leading to two lawsuits, and possibly an SEC investigation into charges or. Stock price, manipulation the Saudi fund, recently bought nearly five percent of the electric car. When posting on most job sites you get candidates I'm.
Peter Strzok fired from FBI after anti-Trump texts, lawyer says
"Trump is questioning whether a special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian election interference during the presidential campaign will be dropped now that the. FBI has fired one of Mr. Maloney's former investigators former agent. Peter Struck lawyer said today, that, he, had been, fired from the agency over texts that were critical, of candidate Donald Trump Mr. Muller remove Peter Struck from his team immediately last year once the tax discovered house, freedom caucus chair Representative Mark meadows of North Carolina, said in a statement Peter Struck was fired from the FBI because of what his own written words plainly showed he was willing to use the official FBI position to try and stop President. Trump from getting elected
At least 69 killed in apartment building blast in Syria
"More than seven hundred billion dollars for the military in the coming fiscal year he spoke to soldiers at fort. Drum New York today just before signing the measure who called it. The most significant investment in the military in modern history I am very proud to be a big big part of it It, was not very hard you know I went to congress I. Said let's do it
Pinellas health officials report measles in an unvaccinated child
"And Pinellas more. Than one hundred thousand dollars we'll go to mote marine in Sarasota to increase its red. Type response, and half. A million to visit Florida to help communities who have experienced a drop in tourism. Health officials are investigating a measles case in an unvaccinated Needed child, in Pinellas county the health department is now. Working to identify anyone who may have been exposed officials say
Trump signs defense act in New York; bill provides $716 billion in funds
"President Trump. Spoke to soldiers, in fort drum New York, today signing the John s McCain national defense authorization act It gives servicemembers a pay. Raise, and provides funding for new weapons and equipment during the speech today the president again mocked the, press covering the events I'm so proud. Of myself I didn't call them the fake news, media, I didn't call I said to myself I will not today in front. Of our great armed forces call them fake. News we know the. Real truth but we won't say today the president did. Not mention Senator John McCain by name during those comments the Bill also includes tough language
"fort drum" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"To seventy nine seventy nine. Seventy nine he'll be at fort drum today meeting with trips and? Signing the national defense authorization act White House says the legislation since the budget and priorities for the defense department, President Obama the last commander in chief to visit the base back in twenty eleven the president's lawyer Rudy Giuliani is denying nine Trump Beverly disgusts Michael Flynn with James call me in the Oval Office if he goes in and testify to that under oath instead of just this, being a dispute they can say it's perjury if they elect to believe Coney instead of Trump and they should know by, now who they, believe on state of the union Giuliani. Said the president would testify he never asked the former FBI director if. He could give Flint a break Flynn. Is Trump's former national security Adviser accused of making false statements to the FBI regarding conversations with Russian officials Giuliani says even if Trump did say that it would not be obstruction of. Justice attorney Michael Abernathy says he's going to put President Trump. On trial one way or. The other we've lost track of holding him accountable as it relates to the truth and, facts and evidence made the continents on ABC's this week when speaking about. Putting the president. On trial he says the question is how. Many jurors ever gonna have he's representing adult film stars. Stormy Daniels in her lawsuit against Trump lawyer announced recently, he would run against Trump and the, twenty twenty presidential election if he doesn't think another democratic candidate could defeat him, the caselton man who injured Tuesday trippers on I ninety we'll be sentenced today Christopher Newman, previously pleaded guilty to. Vehicular assault for hitting Tuesday triggers in a tow truck driver in north greenbush in March it was driving drunk Speeding when he hit the three according to prosecutors he. Could get two to six years in prison a fifth and. Final deployment of SUNY and CUNY students have left for, Puerto Rico.
"fort drum" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Wins news time nine oh six cops in the bronx are investigating a fatal stabbing they say it happened in the wakefield section around one thirty this afternoon a forty five year old woman was found with a stab wound inter neck inside a security business she was pronounced dead at montefiore medical center no other details available right now they say that investigation does continue saying they were never worried about their wellbeing until the deadly mass shootings of florida's parkland high school shootings in february fifteenth survivors have now filed a civil rights lawsuit audrey de is a plaintiff former stoneman douglas high school student we thought we were safe at school everybody always be protected and we weren't the sheriff's department would be able to protect us and school officials on campus would be able to protect us in case there was a shooting the plaintiffs say the defendants which include broward county the sheriff's deputies broward school superintendents say they knew about dangers of the alleged gunman failed to react seventeen died in that shooting wins news time nine oh seven set them free that's the urgent plea from relatives of a mexican couple now being detained by immigration officials after trying to visit their pregnant daughter at an upstate army base concepcion and margarito silvo went to the fort drum army base july fourth they were there to visit their pregnant daughter and her husband he's a sergeant who has twice been deployed to afghanistan but when the parents presented their city issued id card and mexican passports something was amiss a spokesperson for the us border patrol said they were taken into custody because they were found to be here illegally perlas silva their daughter said the family is devastated by pairs are both ill and in need of a lot of medical attention today is for my parents to be freed immediately the silva's have reportedly been in the us for about twenty years carol d'auria ten ten wins.
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"We need perlas parents went to fort drum near watertown new york on independence day there to visit their daughter and her husband who serves in the military the brooklyn couple used their city id cards as identification but officials at fort drum asked for more ide leading to a call to customs and border protection and to the arrest of the silvas who are undocumented immigrants living here in brooklyn perla is begging for the release of her parents saying that every day they're in custody is a day too long in bushwick mike shmelts wcbs newsradio eight eighty a suffolk county police officer is being called a hero for saving lives after risking his own life to arrest a drunken man behind the wheel of a crane on the long island expressway sophia hall with that story officer joseph goss's being called a hero here at the suffolk county police department amazingly when authorities said a drunk man behind the wheel of a crane and keep in mind the cranes wheels are the size of a compact car the officer managed to arrest the driver does really concerned that if this guy continued on eastbound he would've killed somebody officer goss said the driver of the crane brian sinclair hit four vehicles and kept on going on the long island expressway from exit sixty to sixty three nine miles before he finally pulled over and slowed down then the officer was able to jump into the passenger side and he got out his weapon and the only thing he said to me the entire time what's up at no point he ever say another word to me even though one of the vehicles was left smash from front to back none of the drivers were seriously injured and if officer goss's name sounds familiar it's because he jumped into another moving car back in two thousand sixteen to stop a drunk mother who was driving with her toddler sophia hall wcbs newsradio eight eighty us customs and border protection is charging the mayor de blasio and insecurity team violated both mexican and us immigration laws by crossing the border on foot during a visit near el paso texas last month rich lamb with that story on june twentyfirst the mayor arrived at a holding facility for immigrant children but was told he could not enter you cross the border into mexico and crossed back into the us to get a look at the facility according to a letter sent to police commissioner james o'neill by the chief agent for the el paso sector a uniformed border patrol agents spotted a group on the rio grande river flood plain south of the torch neo texas port of entry that agent asked whether their presence was authorized and according to the agent an nypd inspector said no the agent then asked them to stay put while he summoned a supervisor but according to the letter the group disregarded the agent and drove back to mexico the mayor spokesman eric phillips flatly denies the allegations as he put it the mayor crossed the border with the direct approval and with the supervision of the border patrol supervisor at this port of entry adding any suggestion otherwise is a flat out lie and an attempt by someone to attack the mayor because of his advocacy for families being ripped apart at the border by the trump administration at city hall rich lamb wcbs newsradio eight eighty nine eleven hero is retiring that story in three minutes well international soccer tournaments might try nothing rallies the world together like chicken so we're doing our part to bring nations together with five traditional wings for just five.
Nissan admits to more testing misconduct for cars sold in Japan
"Hello this is david austin with the bbc news four more people have been pulled out of a flooded cave network in northern thailand on the second day ever dramatic rescue operation the individuals were carried out on stretches from the tamdan cave complex bbc teams have seen ambulances flying away from the caves ambulances arrive at a hospital in the nearby city of chiang rai for boys where rescued on sunday and patients is outside the hospital this has been a roller coaster of emotions and people are expecting or hoping for good news in terms of the boys behind me they were four of them were brought here yesterday according to tie officials daring good health they haven't been reunited with their families officials are saying that the cats in quarantine there is some suggestion that perhaps they made meet their families later on in the day they'll be able to see them but perhaps they will be able to touch them because they're fearful or perhaps they may have picked up on the disease factions inside back cave ethiopia and eric trae have declared officially that the state of war that existed between them is over the leaders of the two countries signed the joint declaration in the era and capital asmara here's africa editor mary harper a few months ago this would have been unimaginable with intransigent leaders ethiopia and era seemed permanently locked in hostilities but ethiopia's new prime minister ahmed changed all that by seeding disputed territory to era trailer as recommended by an international boundary commission that opened the floodgates for change and now the two countries have agreed to restore multiple links including in transport telecommunications and diplomacy the japanese maker nissan has admitted the data concerning exhaust emissions has been falsified it most of its factories in japan promised take appropriate action to avoid similar mistakes in the future russell pablo has the details says it discovered data on emissions was falsified when it was investigating several procedures following an order by the japanese government to look into misconduct by staff in the final inspection of cars the company said the tests on exhaust emissions and fuel economy a dvd from the prescribed testing environment but it hasn't revealed how many cars were involved in the offering of data or if it involved vehicles manufactured outside japan this set a full and comprehensive investigations being carried out to find out the causes of the misconduct and it will implement appropriate countermeasures based on the results the supreme court in india has upheld the death penalty for three men convicted for the gang rape and murder of a young woman in delhi in twenty twelve the attack against jodi sing on a public bus sparked an outcry across india and prompted the introduction of tougher laws and penalties for crimes against women world news from the bbc this is wnyc in new york i'm richard hake immigrant activists want answers afro brooklyn couple was detained while trying to visit their daughter and soninlaw at the fort drum military base on july fourth daniel altschuler heads civic engagement from make the road new york he says the case is similar to that of the undocumented man arrested in june while delivering pizza to a military base in brooklyn eater folks who've been to before presented the same forms of identification in the past the difference this time is military officials decided to question their identity telemundo forty seven reported that concepcion and margarito silva had shown their new york city issued id cards but we're asked for more documents customs and border protection spokesperson says they admitted to being illegally here and are now what did the tension center near buffalo summertime for subway riders means the occasional car where the air condition is broken but wnyc's gwynne hogan reports that the one train has the worst the.
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"Upi beijing and see your thousands expected a few woeful slinging new york's the trooper 79 degrees mostly cloudy in new york i'm bill bruising with the stories you'll be talking about on seventy seven wabc 36yearold new york state trooper joel is being remembered this afternoon in a few role in upstate fort drum new york several thousand law enforcement officers from across the us and kemp or expected to be in attendance remembering the trooper who was killed while responding to a domestic dispute sunday night of fort drum soldiers thefts are digested walters who served to combat tours in afghanistan is charged with the cooper murder two men are charged with murder of four young men and bucks county pennsylvania layer behind bars right now i know bond v judge entered not guilty pleas for them and they've got these murder charges but more than a dozen other charges for it to them in escape corresponded bryn gingras one of the man has confessed telling investigators he would cooperate if there is no death penalty for him so far so good after one week of the socalled summer of hell no major commuting problems have been reported since the start of the major infrastructure repair project at penn station on monday amtrak says it believes plans to replace 21 tracks at the nation's busiest train station is well ahead of schedule in addition the mta's as its cautiously optimistic about the rest of the sun and good news from bits die brooklyn comoran fields the ten year old boy missing since four pm thursday when he left his home in marcus garvey boulevard to visit his grandma men a friend has turned up safe and sound i'm.
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"The plane he also earned a number of awards in decorations sunni police laying awful were three dozen employees as fallout continues following the indictment of the former president officials say 38 employees were sent notices yesterday the layoffs include administrative vincent port staff but will not impact research faculty the moves with the latest in a shakeup that started with the resignation last year for link how euros go euro stepped down as president after being indicted on charges of bribery embiid rigging officials say the layoffs along with other changes are expected to save suny poly ten million dollars annually governor cuomo will be in fort drum today to honor of fallen law enforcement officer state trooper joel davis was shot and killed when responding to a domestic dispute this past sunday in the jefferson county town of theresa the suspect 32yearold justin walters is an army staff sergeant stationed at fort drum is also accused of shooting in killing his wife 27yearold nicole water walters in shooting a third victim who survived faces charges of first and second degree murder the ceo of bowtie cinemas and the representative from panache you'll construction were troy city hall today to speak to the industrial development authority about two projects i as the theater that it's being built on the monument square site which bow tie coo joe masher says will be the best leader in the area the first luxury theater in the capital region it's going to be the first with electric declining chairs the first one to have a full food environment you us if people can have a light fight had cocktail all enjoying their film odd it's.
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"A legal though doesn't mean that it's not politically consequential and importantly now that we know that there's both congressional investigations in federal investigations at within the executive branch the other crimes we might be thinking about are lying to federal or congressional investigators also a failure to disclose these meetings that are being reported that also comes with criminal liability susan hennessy managing editor of the website l'affaire thanks a lot thanks for having me an army soldier is in custody today after he allegedly killed his wife and a new york state police trooper last night sergeant justin walters did to tours in afghanistan the shooting happened outside his home near the fort drum army base in northern new york long rosenthal with north country public radio has more steve police trooper jolt davis was the first officer to arrive on the scene last night after receiving reports of gunshots the call came from the rural town of the resigning york not far from the massive fort drum army base justin walters a 32yearold army infantrymen allegedly shot trooper this fatally as he approached this is a terrible terrible loss which community st police superintendent george beach spoke at a press conference this afternoon the state police trooper and sheriff's deputies and literally protector and their adhere every single minute of every single day beach said that walters quickly surrendered when other police arrived on scene they found two more shooting victims a family friend who's expected to survive and then walters wife 27yearold nicole walter's the wife of justin walters was baram besieged been revealed the multiple venture justin walters has been charged with first and second degree murder trooper joel davis survived by his wife and three children addi janney now a new york state assembly woman told reporters she was friends with davis nearly her whole life is i just want everyone to know what a wonderful wonderful mad he was going to try to provide assistance to in a very bad situation and his pork to be seriously missed by all of us st police and the army's criminal investigation command say they're working together to investigate the shooting your governor andrew cuomo has ordered flags flown at halfmast to honor trooper jolted s brain pr news and lauren rosenthal in watertown new york support for npr comes from this station and from lifelock reminding consumers that identity thieves can pose as other people taking.
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"The case a group of kayakers said member of their team tried to pass over the low had damaged the green gasol city water treatment plan will need to kayakers disappear i heard conservation officer said the spokesman the worst saying the person could be trip underneath the water due to pressure and force of the damn officers say could be days before they find the kayaker new overnight new york state trooper along with a female are dead following a call for domestic dispute authorities say they have a suspect in custody right now the alive did you gunmen has been identified as 32yearold justin walers an active duty army infantryman station at fort drum he surrendered to police without incident but officials believe water shot and killed his wife as well as chipper jones davis during a domestic situation in ohio are now asking the community to come forward with information after a shooting at a jew under reveal party left one person dead and eight others injured police say partygoers were watching a movie when the suspects opened fire around eleven o'clock saturday night a 22yearold from huntington indiana died in the shooting and several others were injured including three children two adults remained in serious condition at this hour right now police believe there are two suspects but they do not have any descriptions of this done like nothing more motivation bills state appeared till the community they have absolutely nothing to worry about but i'm not going to provide statements permission this falls just make people feel better we suspects or why they do this the suspects reportedly left the scene on foot is still unclear if the suspects that a connect the party or if it was targeted today the trial begins for alah fat man accused of killing in our teacher last october according to court documents mandiana case than taken identity are tv6 this stephanie weight is live now outside the courthouse with why investigators believe this his staff.