33 Burst results for "Forty One Degrees"

Rainstorms Bring Relief as Europe Suffers Summer Heat Wave

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:51 min | 3 months ago

Rainstorms Bring Relief as Europe Suffers Summer Heat Wave

"Brought a much-needed cool down to parts of western europe over the weekend as the continent's sweltered under its first summer heatwave. Dozens of people were reported drowned as they sought relief from the heat. Forecasters predicted further downpours. Moving east toward poland which has seen five days of unusually hot weather. Germany's national weather. Service said temperatures in the west and north of the country dropped from over thirty degrees celsius over the weekend to about twenty degrees. After a night of heavy rain off. The days of soaring temperatures france was lashed by violent thunderstorms that sent a bell tower crashing to the nave of a village church in central france. The storm also talk through vineyards and flooded homes and public buildings. At least fifteen people drowned in poland over the weekend which was also the hottest so far this year with temperatures reaching thirty five degrees centigrade. Rescuers say the most frequent causes of drownings recklessness overestimating one swimming abilities and going into the water after drinking alcohol in total more than a dozen people have drowned in germany over the past week. Moscow has also been hit with a heat. Wave with temperatures spiking above thirty degree centigrade. On sunday. russia's weather agency warned that the unusually hot weather with temperatures seven centigrade to ten centigrade higher. The normal is likely to persist in the russian capital and the surrounding region. Through friday greece's national meteorological service has forecast temperatures between thirty eight and forty one degrees centigrade from wednesday through sunday when temperatures in the north of the country. Us a receipt slightly. Although it's common temperatures to hit the forty centigrade range in the summer in greece it's unseasonal to have such hot weather this early in the year.

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NFL game predictions: Buffalo Bills vs. Indianapolis Colts

Bro Bro Bro Bets

01:35 min | 9 months ago

NFL game predictions: Buffalo Bills vs. Indianapolis Colts

"I game one. Oh five saturday. Currently it's six and a half. The colts visiting the bills. It opened as a seven point game. Sixty percent of the bats. Sixty percent of the money is on the bills. Michael will start with you where you going on this one but my number say i should go with the coast but i like the bills all week. I'm gonna go against and based on what you just gave me. You steered me off the ledge. I'm gonna go with buffalo. I think buffalo's the second best red zone team on third down in football this year. They're scoring at a rapid rate. I think brian daboll were really have a good handle on. The eib reflects defense. And when i look at philip rivers the last two games in january that he's played the baltimore game that they want was fifty two degrees but when he plays below forty one degrees. He's played three games. He's lost all three. I'm gonna go buffalo and since you me that the team wins their cover. So that i'm gonna pick tick. Buffalo galvin lead dude. Colts have ability to play down and up to teams. Let's go philip. Rivers five and two against the spread road. Playoff games rivers four. No wild card weekend and bills have the worst run defense of any team in the playoffs this year. Jonathan taylor to the todd town called cisco to keep it closer. We can't let it get away from of a ballgame all take the points. Bharti's going bills guppies with colts pat. I'm going with colts. Just because i don't want to have to wear Area who wanna

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Chicago Weather: Freeze Warning Ahead

Ben Shapiro

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago Weather: Freeze Warning Ahead

"Forecast freeze warnings up tonight we're down to thirty two degrees and knocking on the door of record cold for Chicago our record low at o'hare's twenty seven from nineteen eighty three early tomorrow morning forty one degrees this afternoon thirty two tonight with a freeze warning in effect sunshine Saturday fifty six and then what weather for mom's day Sunday showers high fifty two from the weather channel meteorologist Scott Lori Moore WLS AM eight ninety with another update thirty Mary Shelley out there right now just forty one at the lake forty three at midway forty one officially

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'Why We Swim' Looks For Answers In People And Places Across The Globe

Environment: NPR

05:21 min | 1 year ago

'Why We Swim' Looks For Answers In People And Places Across The Globe

"And humans came from. Dust says ECCLESIASTES DIS but Bonnie Sui us that humankind also wants sprang from end still seeks. Water why we swim is her latest book which Texas from Ponds Pools to surfers racers and a few who have survived icy currents Bonnie Soy who writes frequently for the New York Times in California Sunday magazine. Join just for more home in Berkeley California. Thanks so much for being with us. Thanks so much for having me Scott. You begin with an amazing story about a man whose name I will not chance to even try and say March Eleven nineteen eighty-four what happened on this planet. Good Liquor Thorson. He's an Icelandic fishermen and fishing trawler with his crew. It's calm waters it's cold it's forty one degrees and the boat overturns with forty one degree water within twenty to thirty minutes we die from hypothermia but he did not everyone else did and he ended up swimming six hours and when he finally got to the hospital the doctors weren't able to discern his heartbeat or read his temperature on the thermometer but he didn't show any signs of hypothermia and he was only a little bit dehydrated. He was a strong swimmer certainly but was he also saved by his own biology. He was like the story very much. Because it is this the distillation of what makes swimming so special for humans. We have to learn how to swim. we're not born knowing how to do it instinctively and yet there are sort of traces of that evolutionary past still within us that our evolutionary past that came from the sea and so with good liquor for. Thorson turns out that his body fat was two to three times normal human thickness and more solid and so he resembled a Marine Mammal. More than terrestrial mammal. And that saved him. Did you grow up feeling? Pull into the even. If it was only Jones Beach in New York I did. I mean my family origin story is at my parents met no swimming pool in Hong Kong. We grew up with swimming family and so we grew up at Jones beach in the pool. Lifeguards swim team. I just always remember feeling more comfortable and happy in the water actually than on land. I mean there's just a sense of magic that you get from being in the water and buoyancy that you just don't have on land you in this book talk to swimmers all over the world right nearby you though you you swim San Francisco Bay without a wet suit and there are people including I gather you who believe that's actually good for you in all ways it can be. I mean I have also talked to scientists and researchers who say cardiovascular risk. Don't go into sudden shock cold water because it could stop your heart that aside a wr decided there are benefits to cold water immersion. And there's been quite a bit of research in recent years where your dopamine levels go up in your over time that your cardiovascular system is strengthened and you know there are people there are things that we knew from across cultures around the world that there was a water cure there. Was you know jumping in cold? Water was good for you and jumping in hot water and then jumping into cold water and so we didn't know why exactly in the science kinda starting to catch up. What is this Brown fat you talk about in this book. Well this was really interesting. I did not know about Brown fat until I started swimming with a Dolphin Club swimmers in San Francisco Bay and so I went to ucsf to talk to the foremost researchers in Brown fat and it turns out that mammals are born with two kinds of white fat which we all know about the energy stores of our bodies and Brown fat which actually Burns and produces heat energy. We kind of start to lose it as we get older but there are ways to do what's called the Browning of white fat which is to kind of turn it into energy burning tissue. That fat is called Beige Fat. And so what? Kind of encourages. The development of beige fat is cold water exposure and exercise among other things. But those have been proven to be causing this change in our bodies. Wonder if you have any words for people who aren't able to swim these days you know. The water is a draw for us no matter what and so even if you can't get in the water if you can walk near it can look at. It can see it can You know have some what a wall Nichols calls domestic waters in your house and you know. Take about the shower. Just look at imagery watches surf movie. I mean those things. Make a difference for our souls and our the way our bodies and brains work. Click we respond to those set points in the environment and even if we can't get in the waters right now you know the ocean will be waiting for us. The pools we waiting for us on the other side of this Bonnie Choi. Her book why we swim she in the Water

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Here’s what to expect from Monday’s weather forecast in Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Here’s what to expect from Monday’s weather forecast in Boston

"It's going to stay brisk and sunny this afternoon up to forty four tonight clear down to twenty seven in Boston near twenty in the colder suburbs Monday is going to be sunny and up to thirty eight Tuesday a couple of showers moving in up to near fifty Wednesday is going to be sunny and breezy temperatures near forty six Thursday's cloudy with showers temperatures in the mid forties and Friday clouds with some sun a couple of showers but temperatures in the sixties right now it's forty one degrees in Weymouth forty nine in Woburn forty nine in Mattapoisett as well forty one with a few clouds in Boston at two

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"forty one degrees" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"forty one degrees" Discussed on WTOP

"Land over forty one degrees and we've got thirty seven degrees in Ashburn it's one fifty N. B. C. news reports that the Intel community does not believe the Taliban will honor the promises made in recent signing in assigning deliver peace treaty with the U. S. if true it undercuts what had been days of hopeful talks by president trump and his top aides just yesterday the president stated the Taliban could possibly over run the Afghan government after U. S. troops withdraw Facebook is banning ads for medical face masks at least for now part of its effort to prevent using the platform to exploit concerns about the corona virus Facebook says it will start enforcing the ban over the next few days some health officials have urged people to stop buying masks the Surgeon General tweeting on February twenty ninth that the masks aren't effective in protecting the general public and should be reserved for healthcare workers the travel industry is bracing for the impact of corona virus airlines already taking a hard hit CBS travel editor Peter Greenberg says the impact of the corona virus outbreak on international travel is huge they can take a one hundred and thirteen billion dollar hit we may lose more airlines so if it's a deal you're looking for in your okay with flying now is the time to check out those fares and schedules what about travel insurance should you buy it if you're concerned about the possibility.

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Weather Update

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Weather Update

"Flood watch continues FOR spots of any county in Virginia for saying berries and cover counties of Maryland until seven AM Friday morning off and on showers will continue tonight slight chance of thunderstorms across the southern suburbs still some heavy rain at times many across the southern suburbs of temperatures holding in the forties Cheryl and by late in the morning on Friday as a cold front comes through them funny if it'll be mostly cloudy rather windy our house been the forties or fifties plus temperatures will drop funny after behind the front Saturday will be partly sunny with highs in the mid to upper forties Saturday night mostly cloudy slight chance before your sprinkle no snow accumulations with lows never twenties to mid thirties will turn partly to mostly sunny on Sunday highs mid to upper forties and warmer with a chance of showers on Monday with highs in the middle fifties I'm storm team four meteorologist like Stanford temperatures around the Washington area right now starting at Reagan national airport we're we've got forty five degrees dollars reporting in AD forty four B. W. I. Marshall forty two am or holding in the forties around much of the greater Washington area forty one degrees and green bell tonight forty four degrees and resting and we've got forty five degrees in

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"forty one degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"forty one degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

"R. radio station forty one degrees eleven o'clock and good morning I'm Joe Bartlett president trump says he's been put through a terrible ordeal by some corrupt and dishonest people speaking at the national prayer breakfast he lashed out at Democrats this morning they have done everything possible to destroy us and by so doing very badly hurt our nation they know what they're doing is wrong but they put themselves far ahead of our great country president trump celebrating his acquittal in the impeachment trial in the Senate he'll speak an hour from now declaring victory but not going to be a celebration sources tell ABC the president trump is livid that Republican senator Mitt Romney voted guilty on one article of impeachment Ronnie becomes the first senator in history devote to remove the president from their own party the president late Wednesday night tweeting quote had failed presidential candidate Mitt Romney devoted the same energy and anger to defeating a faltering Barack Obama as he sanctimonious Lee does to me he could have won the election the president and his team worked hard to lock down Republican support and wanted to get some Democrats to vote to acquit but that didn't happen Karen Travers ABC news the White House senator Chuck Grassley opening an investigation into Joe Biden son hunter shortly after yesterday's impeachment vote the Iowa Republican announced he's seeking records of hunters travel while he was under U. S. secret service protection your next trip to the airport could be a little tougher some traveler programs are being suspended for new Yorkers the department of homeland security is now saying several traveler trusted programs like global entry nexus are no longer available for renewals Orton's almonds in your state the acting homeland security secretary Chad Wolfe told fox news is because of the state's green light law this allows illegal immigrants to get drivers licenses and band state DMV official from sharing the records with immigration and customs enforcement agents I'm stopping will double the Ortiz Harvey Weinstein sexual assault trial prosecutors expected to rest their case today before that happens the final witness Lauren young will be cross examined she just find yesterday one sting crap terror in the bathroom of the hotel and groped her in Suffolk County an indictment gonna be unsealed today against an NYPD cop accused in the death of his son eight year old Thomas valva Albers dad and his girlfriend accused of leaving the eight year old and a garage overnight at their center Moriches home where the boy froze to death last night at a public meeting protective service workers came under fire for missing problems at the Valvo home one of those to speak out with Thomas's mother who had lost custody of her son all of this connections corruption close to me to die ahead of the social services union says the case load for his case workers is too large and he says of that continues there could be more tragedies like Thomas's no one laden W. O. R. knew there to Blashill delivers his state of the city address today going to announce the creation of a new N. Y. P. D. unit to crack down on biker and pedestrian deaths in my P. these new vision zero unit hits the pavement in the spring with one hundred cops dispatched to the most dangerous areas where cyclists and pedestrians have been hit by cars and trucks targets include speeding failure to yield drunk driving and clearing out bus lanes.

"forty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"forty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Win a half a million dollars that can use towards their dream home C. rolls and enter for free at rocket mortgage squares dot com my king with WBZ's traffic on the three now it's time to get a check on the four day accu weather forecasters Brian will be a couple of showers around this evening otherwise mainly cloudy yellow between thirty five and forty mostly sunny for tomorrow with a milder afternoon high fifty to a nice looking day tomorrow will spring showers tomorrow night which could be mixes some snow inland lows range from thirty two and then to forty in Boston showers too early Thursday then windy and turning colder with some afternoon sun temple fall into the thirties in the afternoon much colder on Friday was sunshine high twenty aids and then heading into Saturday our next door prize runs into this cold air likely see snow develop late in the afternoon continuing to Saturday night to be several inches of accumulation for any change over to sleet freezing rain or rain I'm not sure what the bureau just Brian Thompson WBC fosters's radio forty one to grease right now in Fitchburg forty two in Beverly thirty eight in new Bedford forty one degrees C. in Boston three fifty five on the ring central news line it is national pizza week well that's not too tough to celebrate so what cities style do you prefer to York Chicago maybe Detroit the style that some Boston's own might be overlooked of the disease Madison Rogers sink your teeth into this one house of pizza it's a name you can find in most towns and cities in the Boston region the tradition of pizza places owned by Greek immigrants has created a style you can't really find anywhere else in the country this is the owner of the Brighton house of pizza patching kula difference between time pizza angry style pizza is the way we prepare themselves and make the dog using these it's cooked in a pan and it takes a little bit longer to make some more work more love into a Greek pizza is fluffy and greasy.

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"forty one degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"forty one degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Temperature forty one degrees Doug Evans owner of Evans landscaping will spend the next twenty one months in prison once released he will be on three years probation Evans also learned today he must also pay you must pay a fifty thousand dollar fine after he was found guilty in twenty eighteen of defrauding the city of Cincinnati and other public entities through fraudulent small business contracts Evans landscape you must also pay a fine of half a million dollars former vice president of the company Jim Bailey was a co conspirator conspiracy it was also found guilty is set to be sentenced on Friday and coloring township tonight a ceremony was held to rename a street in honor of an officer who one year ago today died after being struck by a vehicle while on duty heritage way which leads to the townships police station has been renamed after officer Dale woods what was hit while working in an accident on Colerain Avenue on what was a rainy night he would die three days later from his injuries three days across five states the Reds ready to hit the road later this month the Reds twenty twenty caravan kicks off a week from Thursday the north tour hit cities like Hamilton Dayton and Columbus south stops include Louisville Lexington and Nashville west includes Batesville Indianapolis and east it's places like Athens in Charleston and East will also feature Marty Brennaman is going to be the sole inductee to the Reds hall of fame this year check seven hundred W. O. W. dot com search local news for all the details on the red scare of an opening day is about two and a half months away I'm Matt Rees our next update is at seven thirty I'm Sean Gallagher.

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Germany's "Berliner Sea Dogs" continue traditional polar plunge

AP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Germany's "Berliner Sea Dogs" continue traditional polar plunge

"It it was was a a cold cold Christmas Christmas morning morning for for some some swimming swimming Santa's Santa's in Berlin the Berlin swimming club also known as the Berliner seadogs took their traditional Christmas day plunge in lake boring on the outskirts of Berlin about forty members of the club braved water temperatures of forty one degrees Fahrenheit the air temperature was just a touch warmer at forty three degrees but some complained it was too warm the swimmer Sankardev tional Christmas songs and drank warm drinks dressed in their Santa Claus costumes the group also gets together to celebrate new years in the same way by taking a cold swim in the cold waters of the lake

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"forty one degrees" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"forty one degrees" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Good morning time to wake up everybody to Memphis morning news on the missiles only home for news weather and traffic six hundred W. R. E. C. good morning it is absolutely a cold one out there right now twenty seven degrees outside with the one forty one degrees by noon and five PM with looking at forty three degrees nothing but sunshine all day so we can certainly expect that no I am not him van horn and he is certainly on his way in he was unfortunately a witness to an accidental that slowed him down but he should be in about five minutes so intent sealed him comes in we're going to try to keep the show going for you good morning thank you so much for joining us that met this morning news we do this for you each and every morning father days a week away from six until eight AM and we try to bring you up on the latest news and the weather and the traffic we are expecting wonderful guests today along with city councilman cheer camp Conrad and also Jeff price is going to be bringing up the sports report and they are going to be other wonderful gaffes thanks again for joining me and let's go ahead and see what we've got looks like there is an Accel fighter actually in the thirty six hundred block of Democrats a major fire down there so if you in the area trying to go to work please be careful and maybe even choose an alternate route looks like from our Memphis up.

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"forty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"forty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Everywhere much easier take ten dollars off your first spot with promo code road that's promo code grow David struck Pelino WBZ traffic on the three is I'll get a check of the four day WBZ accu weather forecast going to be wet for a while here's Brian rather cloudy this afternoon with a bit of rain arriving toward evening especially the south west of Boston a high of forty six rainwater spread the rest of the area the seating that it will become a locally heavy after midnight touches a hold in the forties breezy interning much milder tomorrow with rain some heavy a high of fifty six there could be flooding on streets in and there is a poor drainage as we head into tomorrow night once that rain ends will turn very windy on Sunday with clouds and some sun high in your fifty winds could gust as high as fifty miles per hour brisk and colder on Monday with some sun followed by clouds high thirty nine not bank about the bigger allergist Brian Thompson WBZ Boston's days radio it's cloudy in Hyannis forty eight degrees right now forty degrees with clouds and Lawrence Bedford's in the clouds and thirty four in Boston it is forty one degrees there's been a few sprinkles around but the bulk of the heavy rain that's gonna come in here for tonight and into tomorrow still back at in New York and New Jersey and parts of Pennsylvania and New York state so it'll be awhile before it gets here but when it does it'll rain pretty heavily two fifty for five of the ring central news live bass saw a step closer to resuming human space flight from Cape Canaveral the flight readiness review is ended with a thumbs up for Boeing starliner crew capsule and launch from the Cape next Friday for an eight day on man test flight to the international space station if it goes well the first crew could fly early next year Boeing and SpaceX both hope to become the first commercial company to fly astronauts to the station some three years behind schedule because of unexpected problems both companies say they're on track now for the first human space flight from the Cape since the space shuttle retired in twenty eleven Peter king CBS news Orlando astronomers are excited about out.

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"forty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"forty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forty one degrees in Boston at three o'clock good afternoon I'm Laurie Kirby and here's what's happening right now this just into the newsroom several students at Palmer high school are being treated this hour after being exposed to a poisonous plant according to the superintendent's office the students either tasted or touch the plan called mother of thousands it's a succulent with a low toxicity level will continue to keep an eye on the situation over a Palmer high school and bring you the very latest as it comes into our newsroom and taking down a gang and it's king PM authorities arrest more than sixty people affiliated with the notorious Latin kings gang in Massachusetts this after a five year investigation this is a special agent in charge of the Boston FBI office it all started after we successfully infiltrated the organization at its highest levels secretly recording chapter sixty east coast level meetings time after time we don't cover their planning of brazen acts of violence against those who ran afoul of the gangs manifesto and constitution the arrest took place in Massachusetts starting at four o'clock this morning then Rhode Island and Connecticut by the gangs east coast operations stretched all the way into New York and New Jersey those arrested some sixty are facing racketeering drug and federal firearms charges a man has now been sentenced in the two thousand sixteen deaths of two workers who drowned excavating a trench in the south vingt WBZ's Madison Rogers with the update the judge sentenced Kevin auto former owner of Atlantic drain service to two years in prison and three years probation the judge also stayed the sentence meaning a motion to reconsider can be filed before the end of the year I was found guilty in October of two counts of manslaughter for not taking cave in safety precautions and altering documents to make it seem employees received training they hadn't the incident happened in late October twenty sixteen hell the medics and Robert Higgins were excavating a trench in the south and when a fire hydrant collapsed and the trench was filled with water Kevin auto can never employee someone for excavation again sent its fall short of what prosecutors and families of the two victims had asked for their recommendation had been seven to ten years at the Suffolk County courthouse Madison Rogers WBZ Boston's news radio amber following the situation on the rails that could impact incoming.

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"forty one degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"forty one degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Forty one degrees fair skies right now in New York City expect partly sunny day today with a high near fifty three degrees it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Rachel Martin nearly one million Americans rely on something called health care sharing ministries to cover their medical bills members of these Christian organizations typically chip in money every month with the expectation that they'll be reimbursed when they get medical treatment but in recent months multiple state regulators have accused one company that markets these products of violating federal and state requirements New Hampshire public radio's Todd Bookman reports on efforts to rein in one of them spread out on Keith means kitchen counter there's a mess of unpaid bills with very large numbers eleven thousand eight twenty six four looks like an anesthesiologist the surgeon eighteen thousand eight fifty four the hospital stay hundred and fifty thousand fourteen dollars sixty nine cents million is forty nine years old divorced and living in Rochester New Hampshire his job as an international rice salesman doesn't provide health insurance so last year a broker sold on a company called a lira that markets what's known as a health.

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"forty one degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"forty one degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Forty one degrees at four o'clock that afternoon I'm Jeff McKinney this spring court this afternoon giving the president a temporary reprieve and having to turn over his tax return a federal appeals court ruled president drums accounting firm must give house investigators some of his financial records but the supreme court's Chief Justice put that order on hold while justices consider if they want to hear the case if the Supreme Court doesn't hear trump's appeal is accounts will have to give democratic majority else investigators information that's correspondent Andy field president trump says he's considering submitting written testimony in the house impeachment inquiry trump tweeted that he did nothing wrong is thinking about written testimony in order to get Congress focused again also called the impeachment investigation a quote no due process hoc US policy on Israeli west bank settlement is changing sectors state Mike Pompeii the trump administration is reversing the above administration's approach towards Israeli settlements U. S. public statements on someone activities in the west bank have been inconsistent over decades Pompeii of says the U. S. no longer considers Israeli settlements to be illegal under international law Suffolk County police looking for a long island man went missing last month after his plane landed at Kennedy airport police say gone charge jocks called his family on October twenty eighth to let them know he had landed at Kennedy airport in would be taking it over to his home in bay shore police say the twenty seven year old did not return home his family reported him missing the next day police have put up photos of jocks describes the taller Haitian man weighing three hundred pounds with brown hair and brown eyes Jennifer wilsoni W. O. R. news report for shop at Walmart police say three people including the shooter dead after shooting today in the Walmart parking lot and Duncan Oklahoma we say it appears to be a double murder suicide New York City black car industry is crying foul saying it's being hit on fairly by the cap on uber and lift vehicles the group made up of drivers and owners within the livery cab industry say the for hire vehicle cap meant as a check on uber and left has had an unintended consequence cutting their numbers as drivers retire livery based owners president Jose Altamirano is one word to describe delivery industry right now and that's dying we went from twenty four thousand vehicles in twenty fourteen to around nine thousand this year transportation committee chair many donis Rodriguez says an entire industry is at stake we love trust with vision those search in the city of New York what does no bosses what does trains on James Flippen W. O. R. news and if your jeopardy fan you're gonna love this the show's top.

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"forty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"forty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forty one degrees and partly sunny skies in Boston at ten o'clock. Good morning. I'm art Cohen. And here's what's happening. In Fall River this morning. One person has died in a house fire on Palmer street. One firefighter was injured and centered island hospital, but his expected to be okay. Fire. Investigators remain on the scene to determine the cause. The president says there is no more room in the United States saying the country is to full to accept more migrants, even though seeking asylum. Mr. Trump made the comments before touring renovated section of the border wall and California on Friday. Illegal immigration can't take anymore. We can't take our country's filth are areas. Full the sectors full can't take anymore. Sorry. Mr. Trump accused asylum seekers of trying to pull off a scam. CBS news correspondent chip Reid reports that he also said he wants to scrap the entire asylum system would have to go through the democratic house. And there is not a chance that the Democrats in the house would agree to scrap the entire asylum system in many Republicans in congress would agree because there is a long history in this country of accepting people who have been persecuted in their own country. President Trump is in Las Vegas today where he will speak to the Republican Jewish coalition at their annual leadership meeting a few weeks ago. The president said the Democratic Party had become into Israel following comments by democratic freshman, Representative Ilhan, Omar, Minnesota that pro Israel lobbying groups controlled US lawmakers through political money. When he gets back to Washington, Mr. Trump will faced continuing battle over his tax returns, the House Ways and means committee chaired by Massachusetts. Congressman Richard Neal requested six years at the president's returns directly from the IRS. Correspondent arrow Barnett is at the White House. Democrats feel as if they might be information the president's tax returns, which could explain either his own financial dealings or connections with foreign entities. The president simply says he has been under audit for some time and cannot make those documents available. The president's attorney has written to the treasury department acting them not to release the president's tax return saying it would set a dangerous precedent, it appears that the fight over the returns could end up in court and Louisiana Republican Senator John Kennedy appearing on CNN's the lead with Jake tapper was critical of House Ways and means committee chair Richard Neal. Jake, I will be very blunt chairman, Neil powerful, man, had a ways. Memes. I know he's an adult, but I don't think he's like a Real Madrid. He says that he needs Trump's tax returns. He says, it's it's policy not politics. He is sad. I think on CNN that the reason he needs them is that he needs to determine how well the IRS is auditing tax payers Suffolk County DA. Rachel Rawlins defending yourself against criticism from the Baker administration..

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"forty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"forty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forty one degrees in Boston at five o'clock. I'm Laurie Kirby. Good afternoon. And this. South west Boeing, seven thirty-seven max, Jetta Jettas just made an emergency landing at Orlando's airport after experiencing some kind of malfunction. Now, we know that the jet was on his way to California to be grounded. The emergency was declared shortly after takeoff from the airport. Only crew were on board. No passengers this comes as the entire Boeing max fleet is grounded after two deadly crashes. Overseas again, a southwest Boeing seven thirty-seven max jet has just made an emergency landing at Orlando's airport after some kind of malfunction our other top story at five a blow to ObamaCare. The department of Justice is now backing a federal judges ruling that the entire Affordable Care Act should be overturned. This includes coverage for pre existing conditions. Democrats say that would be disastrous. Let's go to ABC's. Lana Zak on the hill. The Trump administration is shifting there. Position on the Affordable Care Act. The department of Justice now saying that they support invalidating all of ObamaCare, even without a legislative fix in place. Senator Richard Blumenthal says this would spell disaster. This move will destroy millions of Americans in particular of the court struck down the law all provisions including protections for pre existing conditions would be impacted. Lana Zak ABC news. The capitol House, Democrats scrambled preemptively. Introducing a Bill just a little while ago. That would protect pre existing conditions and lower healthcare costs Massachusetts Democrat, congressman Jim McGovern said it's never been clearer. Democrats are doing what the American people elected them to do. And that stand up for them. He says they won't stop fighting until every person in the country has high quality universal coverage Boston mayor Marty Walsh wants to get to the bottom of who's behind the recent vandalism at mount hope cemetery in matter pan and the World War Two memorial. Royal over at castle island after success in castle island. I asked the mayor today if he'll use the same method they used in Mana pan for removing the oil. I think what we're sorry. I got him say off I will work. Just see what's the best. What's the best people follow as for weather? The mayor believes as serial vandal is at play here. I don't know. I don't to that right now. I think that you know, we haven't had boreal last couple of days. I'm hoping it's not. He's memorials for created special people. And I'm hoping that we should be. You're stuck to those memorials. They're they're very sacred to to to the folks who have families whose names on them. But I'll such people in the city mayor Marty Walsh. And after a couple of months on the job suffo- county DA Rachel Rawlins has just released a policy memo defining her vision for the office WBZ's Carl Stevens reports that part of the vision involves the treatment of immigrants in the sixty five page memo ritual Rollins establishes guidelines and priorities in a number of areas perhaps most significantly involving the treatment of immigrants in Suffolk County courthouses, I believe fundamentally that churches schools hospitals, and the public areas of courthouses are safe places where people should be able to go without the fear of arrest to tell. Does her staff if they see an ice agent or someone from homeland security and a courthouse? They should call her or her first assistant right away. She doesn't want. Anybody scared out of courthouses Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's News Radio and back to the border wall fine in Washington in just a moment. But right now, let's get your home at five. Oh, three, traffic.

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"forty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"forty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forty one degrees. Beautiful day mostly sunny right now in Boston at one o'clock. Good Tuesday afternoon. Thank you for driving with us. I'm Tina go. Here's what's happening. We begin this hour on the south shore. Dozens of residents are safely evacuated after a five alarm blaze erupted at two ninety nine. Newport avenue early this morning, right across from the Wallison T station and police are also intimidating this area to remain close throughout much of the evening commute. WBZ's? Kim Tunnicliffe is out the scene and joins us now with an update Kimmy. Tina mayor Tom coke expected to arrive here any minute now to speak to reporters, and we're also expecting to hear from of one of the deputy fire chief fire crews are continuing to Dow top spot they seem to be hitting pockets of fire and that's causing gray smoke to billow from the buildings four Jason buildings adjoining buildings caught fire around nine twenty this morning. These are mixed use commercial and residential buildings. Thirty to forty residents were evacuated safely. None of them were injured. One firefighter did suffer a minor hand injury. But no big deal on that according to police, and again, we are expecting the mayor any minute now in Quincy, Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ, Boston suits radio. We'll be sure to keep you updated on the situation in Quincy. Stay with us all afternoon on WBZ radio here in Boston. And if you happen to have a smart speaker in your home or office, just say, Alexa. Play WBZ NewsRadio on iheartradio. And now we go downtown where crews are very busy replacing pipe after a water main break flooded, the entire area WBZ TV's on Milo reports from the scene. There's a giant crater in the middle of comments, and it's become quite a spectacle for people passing by all of ever seen. On the city streets. And it's a big inconvenience for neighbors and commuters alike. Oh, this is awful. I mean, this is like the main thoroughfare hairs. He's sixteen inch water main burst just before ten o'clock last night flooding several streets in back bay. Fire officials.

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"forty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"forty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It's forty one degrees and cloudy in Boston at twelve noon. A winter storm warning will be up from seven o'clock tonight to ten AM tomorrow. The news now sponsored by Westwood furniture barrel Gopi, and here's what's happening another snowstorms knocking on the door. This one more potent than what we saw Saturday WBZ AccuWeather meteorologist Danielle Niddle joins us now. Let's talk numbers and timeline. Daniel. Garowe? So our latest storm system here is going to be pushing in this evening right now looking at about nine pm arrival time here for the city for the snow to be coming in is going to be coming in from the south and west. And then that snow is going to pick up in intensity as we work our way into the overnight hours tonight, and then tapering off looks like between about six to eight AM tomorrow morning. So we are certainly going to have a tricky commute for short tomorrow morning as the storm departs in terms of accumulations right now, we're looking still at about four to eight inches in most areas here where we are looking at some more mixing potentially or so with the storm system near the south coast and the Cape. There were looking at amounts all the way down to two to four inches. We're going to see a pretty tight gradient as you work your way south of downtown Boston. But again from Boston, and especially northward, we're looking at about four eight inches from this latest round Garowe. All right. We'll check back in with you just a few minutes. Meantime, cancellations already adding up. The flight board at Logan airport. Massport spokesman Ed front he talks about how airlines will position their planes ahead of the storm airlines afternoon and see what they plan to do with their schedules. We know that will run a full schedule right till the end of the evening, and then it will be determined by the airlines if they bring their equipment and to make up early morning schedule. So we'll know that chances are based on severity of the storm. They will spend their schedule out. So they will be taking some flights out. We could count on that and keep attuned to WBZ NewsRadio or catch us on the free iheartradio app as you prep for the storm. You can also tell Alexa to play WBZ NewsRadio on iheartradio for.

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"forty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"forty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forty one degrees in Boston at five o'clock. Good afternoon. Here's what's happening. In Washington words, like optimism are coming out of DC this hour. Feeling that government spending compromise could be in the works. Just asked by a reporter, President Trump said there could be CBS correspondent Steve Dorsey is on the capital is in the capital, and as more I think the president is just expressing some optimism in a time where he as a lot of challenges on on Capitol Hill. And I don't think that really Democrats especially are willing to give him more than crumbs, which may be some more money for ice agents border patrol for infrastructure. But I really don't imagine a situation where Democrats are ready to give them five point seven billion dollars to build a wall this weekend. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren. We'll make a big announcement presumably announcing her White House candidacy, but she spent the week apologizing for identifying as native American he is going to be cloud over her candidacy if she does indeed to. Decide to move from this exploratory committee to an actual run for the White House. I think this is going to be a question she's going to be dealing with. How often did she use her right? Identity of being an American Indian native American for purposes of getting jobs of maybe financial records. We know that she used it for a application to the Texas bar. So how recently was that? So I think that's something that will continue to player it's five oh to the story at ten situation. Now over in the town of Maynard police chief Mark do boys says officers along with state police in a swat team served a high risk warrant to a home on act in court swat team successfully negotiated his exit from the residence. There was no injuries. No use of force. Ooh. People taken into custody one man, and a sixteen year old a firearm was also seized from that home that she says the arrests are the result of an ongoing multi jurisdictional investigation in Chelsea police are searching this hour for two suspects after a stabbing near Bellingham square. Chelsea police chief. Brian KYW's says local schools were put on a soft lockdown as a precaution. The stabbing victim is being treated at Mass General hospital in Boston and is expected to survive coming up will we get a peek at the president's taxes after all Ollie Rogan from Washington in a minute.

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"forty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"forty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It is forty one degrees. Partly cloudy skies in Boston at one thirty. Good afternoon. I'm Nicole Davis. Here's what's happening. The president's pick for attorney general is now one step closer to being confirmed. Senate Judiciary committee voting today to advance William bars nomination. Get the latest now from Washington and CBS has Bill Rakoff nomination will be favorably reported four far was not present. For today's vote which fell nearly along party lines though, Alabama democrat Doug Jones voted in favor of him. Now, the full Senate will vote on the nomination where two is expected to pass bar who would replace acting attorney. General Matthew Whitaker is drawn concern from lawmakers over comments about releasing the special counsel's report when it's finished bar has said that he would let the investigation conclude and has confidence in Robert Muller's work Bill Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill in Boston. Police are looking into a pedestrian crashed today involving city owned vehicle Sapin at the intersection of kneeland and Washington streets right around eleven o'clock at truck reportedly hit the pedestrian then smashed into a building that was brought to a nearby hospital with non-life threatening injuries. No word. If the driver was hurt is not clear, which department that the ical belongs to toy stuffed animal who made a pretty big splash at the patriots rolling rally. This week has gone. Missing WBZ Sheri, small spoke with the animals owners, and they say they just want it back, a toy. Steph. Goat named Brady was quite a hit at the patriots parade. Everybody was like we hold the coca Hampshire. Couple Michael Brody and his wife watched every game this season with the toy goats. So it was natural for them to bring it to the parade. But they didn't expect it to make it onto the duck boats guys like throw me to go. So I did because we should up here right back, then, you know, quantum throwing so all right? That's true. After cuddling and kissing. It gronk did give it back ready made it into the hands of several other pats players and then turning the street on from David Andrews has it helped high up in the air, Mike where just washed stucco brody's asking if anyone has his now famous missing mascot to please return it Sheri, small WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. And now that the pats are Super Bowl champs. It's time to make good on those bets. We all might have placed one of them governor to governor out in California. Gavin Newsom this week making good on their bet was that the le- the losing team's governor west to perform an act of community service, and to do it with their staff turns out Newsome did just that yesterday out in Sacramento serving lunch food pantry called loaves and fishes and he did it while wearing a Tom Brady jersey. Also today, we're hearing from the man whose car burst into flames onto the on the expressway. Tuesday night was able to get some help from Boston. Mayor Marty Walsh before fire crews got there. Jim Garrity says he was driving home, and he noticed something was very wrong. With his car fireballs shooting out the side. He says he then noticed a police officer behind him flashing his lights telling him to pull over and that officer turned out to be the mayor's police detail on the side of the road. And I see this guy standing next to me. I look up, and it's Monte walls. Shook his hand. And he's like, oh.

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"forty one degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"forty one degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Forty one degrees at three o'clock. Good morning. I'm sue Guzman. President Trump says America must not squander its inheritance. Delivering the annual state of the union address last night. Trump talked of the blood, and tears and courage and vision of the Americans who came before said, the country's leaders must choose whether we are defined by our differences, or whether we transcend them he says, it's a national crisis in terms of immigration crisis. He says must be confronted by both Republicans and Democrats alike. We have a moral duty to create an immigration system that protects the lives in jobs of our citizens. He said he will get a wall built he stopped short of declaring a state of emergency. Trump is once again claiming victory over ISIS saying this time to bring the nation's brave warriors in Syria home for a warm. Welcome today. We have liberated virtually all of the territory. From the grip of these blood thirsty monster democratic response was delivered by former candidate for governor in Georgia Stacy Adams who blasted the president's partial government shut taking livelihood of our federal workers. Upon for political games is disgrace. The shutdown was a stunt engineered by the president of the United States. The FDA N Y had to rescue construction workers late yesterday afternoon after they became overcome by carbon monoxide poisoning. The incident happened about five fifteen on east twenty ninth street between park and Madison avenues F D. N chief assistant chief Kathleen Knuth says she expects the workers will be okay. Area hospital workers had to be hoisted up and out from the construction area on stretchers, the FDA and why getting a big paw on the back after rescuing dozens of animals mckendall fire in Manhattan, crews rescued more than forty dogs and several cats after the blaze broke out yesterday afternoon at the upper east side facility officials say the American kennels near sixty second street was filled with smoke when firefighters arrived. There are concerns though that some of the animals are sick with smoke. Inhalation American kennels has not commented on the blaze L train service back and running following nauseating smell that caused suspicion at service yesterday between Manhattan and Brooklyn straphangers reported a strong smell of gasoline and burnt rubber officials say it was due to some nonflammable heating oil. That was founded the Graham avenue station. Still no verdict in the drug conspiracy trial of alleged drug kingpin, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman. In Brooklyn, the jury resumes, its deliberations this morning. The sixty one year old faces life. In prison if convicted of more than a dozen counts of drug trafficking and money laundering. This report is brought to you by mothers against drunk driving. Mothers against drunk driving Vic helps.

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"forty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"forty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forty one degrees in foggy in Boston on this Tuesday. January eighth three thirty this afternoon. I'm Josh binswanger. Here's what's happening. President Trump said to deliver an Oval Office address tonight as he continues his push for construction of a wall between the US and Mexico. Democrats will offer response they accused the president of misrepresenting the facts of the situation. CBS news White House. Correspondent Steven Portnoy reports the president's aim tonight is to convince skeptics that there is a crisis on the border. But he and his aides have come under scrutiny for the stats. They've cited there has been an increase in the number of family units taken into custody of the border. Overall, apprehensions are up drugs and gang members. Do come across. But critics say the administration has vastly exaggerated. The risk of no wonder suspected terrorists coming up in Mexico. The number of they've cited nearly four thousand last year. We're mostly intercepted at airports not on the border. The White House's claim that nearly four thousand known or suspected terrorists were stopped from crossing the southern border. Last year Kellyanne Conway, the senior counselor to President Trump attempted to clear things up last night. The thirty seven fifty five number does. Not refer to people at the southern border quote known or suspected terrorists prevented from travelling to entering the US by D H S seventeen. I believe that includes is some international airport. NBC news reporting that customs and border protection found six immigrants at the southern border were on the terrorist screening database, a total of forty one people encountered at the border on that same database, but thirty five of them were American citizens or legal US residents. The twenty twenty cents is still a year away. But officials in one city south of Boston or trying to get the word out now to ensure an accurate and complete count you count. That's the message from Quincy officials as they kick off their public awareness campaign reminding residents about the importance of taking part in the twenty twenty census mayor Tom cokes director of constituent services. Larry Lee us, though, says the city has seen tremendous growth since the two thousand ten census. We very much believe we are over that one hundred thousand population threshold with that could determine the representation we have on the federal level the state level. It also has something to do with more funding coming from the federal budget to assist the city in its needs us. So no, some people may not want to fill out the citizenship part of the census or give out too much information about themselves. They can't share that information with anyone that includes members of congress. Yeah. R s Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Boston. Mayor Marty Walsh..

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Warm-Blooded Opahs

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 3 years ago

Warm-Blooded Opahs

"Hey, did you hear that scientists have found the first warm blooded fish species Oba's live up to a thousand feet beneath the ocean surface in very cold dimly lit waters, reddish orange with white speckles and some species can grow as large as six feet in length and six hundred pounds Zeus a fish story. I, oh, I suppose it sounds like one done very little is known about Oprah's because they live so deep in the ocean and are rarely caught. Scientists did. No, they were predators that eight squid krill and small fish. They wondered how otas could catch such fast moving prey, but they didn't expect that warm blooded metabolism would be the reason for their hunting success or other warm blooded fish, some sharks and tuna have what's known as regional endothermic or limited warm blooded nece. It allows them to stay active in colder depths. But Oprah's are unlike all other. Fish. We've studied or scientists sure they're warm-blooded Noah fisheries biologist discovered that Oprah's had unusual guilty issue. The blood vessels carrying warm blood into the fish's gills wind around those carrying cold blood back to the body core. Engineers call this a counter current heat exchange silver. I don't lose as much buddy heat into the cold water from their gills, exactly. They also found that Oprah's constantly flap their fins which generates body heat temperature measurements found that they were able to stay about forty one degrees Fahrenheit warmer than the surrounding. Chilly waters. Not very warm compared to humans ninety eight degrees. No. But it gives them a competitive edge as hunters, which is all that matters moment of science comes from Indiana University. There are thousands more moments of science on our website at a moment of science dot org. I'm ya'll Cassandra again dog Wes.

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White officer who shot neighbor inside his apartment indicted for murder

All Things Considered

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

White officer who shot neighbor inside his apartment indicted for murder

"Have shown up, but it probably wouldn't have been in a number. It's right now in this climate, Michelle Obama will also be speaking at the Barclay center in Brooklyn, tomorrow night, Saturday, and Manhattan and Brooklyn are both vying to light the world's largest minora in celebration of Hanukkah this year, the thirty two foot high four thousand pound gold colored minora is going outside of the plaza hotel in Manhattan today, and it will be lit on Sunday marking the first night of Hannukah across the river the river Brooklyn's largest minora roughly the same size will also have its first lighting of the season Sunday night at grant. Army plaza a concert kickoff for the festivities and Brooklyn organizers, we'll have music Lakas and the rest every night of Hannukah currently forty one degrees cloudy at five. Oh, six. Support for NPR comes from Baird for one hundred years. Baird has partnered with individuals businesses institutions and communities working together toward their financial goals. More information is available at Baird one hundred dot com. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish. And Mary Louise Kelley President Trump's sit down with Vladimir Putin looked set to go ahead on the sidelines of the g twenty summit this week. Then Trump threatened to call it off yesterday. He said it was probably on. And then from Air Force One on route to Argentina Trump tweeted. He was pulling out the bottom line is they may have an impromptu chat in Buenos Aires who knows there's nothing on the formal schedule. What we do know is that hanging over any meeting between the leaders of the United States and Russia is Robert Mueller, the special counsel who has been investigating ties between Russia and Trump and who this week showed his hand in a number of interesting ways, prompting journalist Garrett Graff to ask is Robert Muller's in game. Incite graph explores that question in wired magazine this week, and he joins me now hither Garrett by now as is prone to happen in two thousand eighteen there have been twists and turns even since you file. This story, and we're gonna get to some of those but to travel far far back in time all the way to Monday this week forgotten the dark ages. This was the day that Muller's team alleged that Paul Manafort, former Trump campaign chair had lied to the FBI. And you argue in your piece in wired that this day Monday may end up breaking among the most consequential days yet of the Muller probe. Why it's an incredibly hard, obviously to read the tea leaves of this investigation surprised us at every turn and often surprises us multiple times within a single day. But it seemed like Monday was the beginning of the end that the decision to declare Paul Manafort as non-cooperative and move forward with his sentencing appears to be perhaps a way that Muller is trying to move forward with publishing something that could. Look like the Muller report that he plans to file sometime presumably next week. A document outlining with the court all of Paul manafort's lies in crimes. So if that is one way that Mueller may be showing his hand or about to show his hand. Let me fast forward you now to yesterday, which is when longtime Trump lawyer Michael Cohen pleads guilty again this time of lying to congress about a proposed Trump Tower in Moscow. How does it that shift the picture? It's one of the most significant moves that we've seen so far from Muller because what it does is connects Donald Trump and the Trump organization directly to Russia in directly to Russian President Vladimir Putin during the course of the two thousand sixteen campaign and how so how are they now coming together? We'll what you have is Michael Cohen trying to contact in game the assistance of Ladimir Putin himself. To secure the funding and the approval for Trump Tower Moscow as late as the spring of two thousand sixteen well into the period where Donald Trump has secured the GOP nomination for president of the United States. One of the aspects of Muller strategy appears to have been he's kind of rating, whatever final report he's going to produce at the end of this as he goes, I mean, he's been producing these very detailed court filings. Exactly. And people seem to be waiting for there to be some hard back book that gets published at the end of this. That is labeled the Muller report like nine eleven commission style. Exactly. And I think most people are missing that. He is writing a lot of that report in public with every court filing where the details that he puts into these are far more than is strictly necessary for the criminal prosecution that he's attempting to pursue. So when you look at the. Totality of what? Bob Muller has published in these indictments in these plea agreements, there's a lot there. Well, it's about three hundred pages of what a Bob Muller report would look like at the end. So to your key question is Bob Muller's in game. And I think it is it's incredibly hard as I said to understand where this investigation is going day to day. But Bob Muller has to know that his investigation was under threat, potentially after the election, and after attorney general Jeff Sessions being fired. Absolutely. And that he I think appears to be ready for some rapid movement in the weeks ahead now that doesn't necessarily mean this is going to come to a quick conclusion. The prosecution's for Watergate stretched out over the course of almost a decade. But this is I think a case where George popadopoulos went to prison for his. Fourteen days sentence last Monday, another former trumpet, we should mention. Yes. And that I think by the time George popadopoulos comes out of prison. We're gonna know a lot more about this case, journalist and Muller biographer Garrett Graff Garrett. Thank you. My pleasure. So as we just heard one of the most significant developments in the Muller probe this week was President Trump's former lawyer and fix Michael Cohen pleading guilty to lying to congress about efforts to build a Trump Tower in Russia during the two thousand sixteen campaign and that effort came after decades of President Trump trying to build in Russia to be NYC's. Ilya marritz, co host the Trump Inc podcast. He joins me now to give us a more of the long view. Welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. I should say Trump Inc. Right. I have to get to Trump Inc. So we know some about Michael Cohen's work during the presidential campaign. How does this week's news ads what we already knew about Trump's efforts to build in Russia? Well, we now know because Trump's former lawyer said it in court that Trump was actively pursuing a tower in Moscow while he was campaigning for the Republican nomination for president. This is something Donald Trump has long denied what history tells us is that Trump has long wanted to put his name on a building in Moscow. So in one thousand nine hundred seven he visits the US. Czar the Soviet Union, and he talks about how they need luxury hotels in Moscow and Leningrad. He makes another trip in one thousand nine hundred ninety s doesn't get anywhere. And then in the two thousand Trump's starts to lend his name to developers around the world. And there's a there deals around Russia. There's one in Azerbaijan there's one in the Republic of Georgia which Michael Cohen helps to arrange in twenty thirteen Trump's comes to Moscow again for the Miss Universe pageant. He owns the pageant, and he says again that he's in talks with developers. And then finally we see a renewed effort in two thousand fifteen and two thousand sixteen to build in Moscow.

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Michelle Wolf roasts Washington at White House Correspondents' Dinner

America's Truckin' Network

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

Michelle Wolf roasts Washington at White House Correspondents' Dinner

"The radar shows clear skies in the tristate it's forty one degrees right now reports say that speed was a factor in liberty township crashed friday night but alcohol and drugs were likely not for monroe high school students wrecked their car on milliken road near butler warren road friday night they were on their way to prom all four remain in the hospital comedian michelle wolf hosted this year's white house correspondents dinner saturday night in washington she poked fun at the trump administration and made a few cracks about the news media calling out the folks from cnn mason on cnn when anthony bourdain tells me where to eat noodles president trump's get the dinner for the second year in a row holding a rally in michigan instead here's a reds update the reds fell in minute in minnesota saturday as they lost to the twins three to one they wrap up their series today in our coverage starts at one ten here's the bengals update in the.

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Carleen Johnson, Scott Pruitt and Epa discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:57 min | 3 years ago

Carleen Johnson, Scott Pruitt and Epa discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

"Coming up as soon as an effort to stop the utility tax in federal way i'm carleen johnson that push for a public vote traffic and weather coming up in four minutes first abc news at seven thirty the morning is set to roll back obama era fuel efficiency standards the announcement being made by epa chief scott pruitt is comes as the white house is investigating pruitt's fifty dollars a night room at a townhouse owned by a top energy lobbyists davies karen travers monday democrats in the house panel with oversight over the epa send the agency a letter with a first round of questions about pruitt's controversial living situation when it comes to keeping our kids away from dangerous products things aren't exactly getting a whole lot better a new study from the group kids in danger says recalls of kids products last year or about on par with recalls over the last decade one thing that has changed though the number of injuries was way down one possible explanation is the use of social media to get the word out wider and faster about recalls parents are paying attention teachers in oklahoma again walking out forcing some schools to close for the day they are protesting their low pay and also education funding cuts they're rallying now in oklahoma city i'm cheri preston abc news northwest only allnews station komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven good morning it's seven thirty one it's tuesday morning the third day of april and in seattle right now while we're seeing a little bit of clearing at least at boeing field forty one degrees with gregg hersholt i'm manda factor here the top stories from the komo twenty four seven news center city of federal way plans to hike utility taxes for water and sewer that's being challenged on two fronts we get more on this from komo's carleen johnson lake haven water and sewer district doesn't want to have to pass on a seven point seven five percent tax to customers but the city council approved the ordinance for the utility tax last week they're looking for another source of revenue and so the tack water district city expects taken bring it about a million dollars with.

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National Portrait Gallery unveils Obama portraits - WRCBtv.com

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:57 min | 3 years ago

National Portrait Gallery unveils Obama portraits - WRCBtv.com

"Coming up as soon as an effort to stop the utility tax in federal way i'm carleen johnson that push for a public vote traffic and weather coming up in four minutes first abc news at seven thirty the morning is set to roll back obama era fuel efficiency standards the announcement being made by epa chief scott pruitt is comes as the white house is investigating pruitt's fifty dollars a night room at a townhouse owned by a top energy lobbyists davies karen travers monday democrats in the house panel with oversight over the epa send the agency a letter with a first round of questions about pruitt's controversial living situation when it comes to keeping our kids away from dangerous products things aren't exactly getting a whole lot better a new study from the group kids in danger says recalls of kids products last year or about on par with recalls over the last decade one thing that has changed though the number of injuries was way down one possible explanation is the use of social media to get the word out wider and faster about recalls parents are paying attention teachers in oklahoma again walking out forcing some schools to close for the day they are protesting their low pay and also education funding cuts they're rallying now in oklahoma city i'm cheri preston abc news northwest only allnews station komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven good morning it's seven thirty one it's tuesday morning the third day of april and in seattle right now while we're seeing a little bit of clearing at least at boeing field forty one degrees with gregg hersholt i'm manda factor here the top stories from the komo twenty four seven news center city of federal way plans to hike utility taxes for water and sewer that's being challenged on two fronts we get more on this from komo's carleen johnson lake haven water and sewer district doesn't want to have to pass on a seven point seven five percent tax to customers but the city council approved the ordinance for the utility tax last week they're looking for another source of revenue and so the tack water district city expects taken bring it about a million dollars with.

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Fired Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe to shut down legal defense fund

The Mark Levin Show

02:27 min | 3 years ago

Fired Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe to shut down legal defense fund

"A good thing i got before your first delivery yeah well i already spread the word sir oh no what the i director andrew mccabe shutting down is online campaign for a legal defense fund after raising over a half million dollar days after launching blowing past several fund goals in raising over five hundred and fifty thousand dollars a gofundme page set for ousted fbi deputy director andrew mccabe legal defense fund will no longer accept donations mccabe calling it simply overwhelming saying in a statement each contribution reflects not just someone's well wishes but there are acknowledgement that something in this situation is not fair or just attorney general jeff sessions fired mccabe days before his retirement after the justice department determined mccabe was not truthful in his review of the clinton email probe mccabe claims he was asked in an attempt to discredit him as a witness in these special counsels russia investigation funds will go toward any potential lawsuits he might consider i'm kristin goodwin fox news say they're looking at red flags in washington state families past and hopes of explaining why the rest of you went off cliff police are considering whether it was intentional the ex wife of nelson mandela has done it's probably spokesman says vinnie madikizelamandela died peacefully in a south african hospital surrounded by family after a long illness famed country decades she was a prominent campaign in the fight against white minority rule in south africa particularly during her husband's twenty seven years in prison south africa energy minister jeff renovate saying winnie mandela was one but the mandelas marriage fell apart and her reputation was tarnished by allegations of involvement in torture murder and corruption simon owen fox news cpa looking to ease emission standards cars and trucks saying that a time line put in place by president obama was not appropriate and standards too high california's attorney general threatening a lawsuit lisa lacerra fox news radio a couple of strong fronts for april crews in our way some colder numbers for late week and some rain coming our way tomorrow forty one degrees with rain developing after midnight tonight fifty percent chance of rain overnight seventy percent chance of rain showers even a rumble of thunder for tuesday high fifty five cooler weather in store force.

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Dow drops 700 points as Amazon tumbles, trade war fears rise

Delaware News at noon with Allan Loudell

01:55 min | 3 years ago

Dow drops 700 points as Amazon tumbles, trade war fears rise

"Good afternoon it's twelve thirty cloudy forty one degrees in wilmington i'm chris carl wd news here delaware's top stories the dow jones industrial average down more than five hundred points in today's trading tech stocks dak dive led by amazon correspondent alison kasich says the reacting to new penalties from china on american goods and president trump taking another swipe at the tech john trump attacking amazon continually on twitter that's creating this big worry from the investment community could there be this antitrust enforcement going on here could could the president go ahead and change tax rules for one of the biggest companies in this country and lower today to start the second quarter of the year and have not recovered the dow down four hundred eighty four points right now the nasdaq is off one hundred seventy five jury selection under way in the retrial of bill cosby on sexual assault charges in suburban philadelphia last time jurors were chosen from another jurisdiction correspondent steve kastenbaum says this time the coming from the local area snow was falling as cosby arrived here at montgomery county court he didn't respond to reporters questions as he walked into the building over one hundred and twenty residents of montgomery county also showed up here this morning to be in the jury pool the defense and prosecution introduced themselves to the prospective jurors as a group before bringing in people to be surveyed a lot has changed since cosby's first trial ended with a hung jury lawyers will want to know how the metoo movement and other high profile sexual misconduct cases have shaped their views on the allegations against cosby steve kastenbaum in norristown pennsylvania news brought to you by compassion international you can't change the whole world but you can be part of the change in the world for child living in poverty go to compassion dot com slash radio twelve thirty two traffic and weather together wd heels all day traffic watch moving pretty smoothly during.

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Nike president Trevor Edwards resigns moments after company sends out email about workplace behavior issues

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:56 min | 3 years ago

Nike president Trevor Edwards resigns moments after company sends out email about workplace behavior issues

"Right now it's the komo morning news and in another beautiful day ahead clear skies in a forty one degrees in seattle right now with gregg hersholt i'm manda factor here are the top stories from the komo twenty four seven news center microsoft is firing back at allegations that the company failed to take seriously reports of harassment and gender discrimination this comes in response to a lawsuit filed by three women former and current employees komo's corwin hake is live with the update the suit made public this week claims microsoft investigated gender discrimination within the company one hundred eighteen times over six years and found only one complaint had merit now the company has emailed a memo to all employees saying twenty workers were fired in just the last fiscal year following harassment complaints the memo also published on the company website points out late last year it ended closeddoor arbitration such complaints as fortune dot com reported these agreements required employees to resolve sexual misconduct claims within the walls out of court and out of the public eye microsoft is backing a proposed federal law that would ban such agreements and hope that other tech companies would follow suit women behind the lawsuit have not responded to the memo they're seeking class action status for their suit now saying gender bias at microsoft effects more than eight thousand women reporting live corwin hake komo news reports of inappropriate behavior are now forcing out a senior executive at nike trevor edwards says he will step down in august following complaints of inappropriate behavior edwards is brand president nike and was some say a candidate for chief executive the wall street journal reports said like had received complaints about edwards is inappropriate workplace behavior in its bid to compete with amazon walmart cheated komo's brian calvert reports live that's the claim of a former walmart employee who's now suing happy days at walmart well especially for its online sales has the traditional big box.

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Figure skating coach suspended for allegations of sexual misconduct from 1999

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:24 min | 3 years ago

Figure skating coach suspended for allegations of sexual misconduct from 1999

"Watch never stops the news watch never stops wbz news time is twelve noon we've got forty one degrees and partly cloudy skies in boston temperatures going up to forty four today day and then down to thirty overnight traffic and weather together coming up good morning i'm mark cohen of good afternoon that is i mark cohen wbz news our top story at this hour eight thirty six year old former army rifle moon killed two executives and a psychologist yesterday at the pathway home a nonprofit post traumatic stress disorder program at the veterans home of california young fill a daylong siege ended last night with the discovery of four bodies including three women and the gunman identified his albert wong one of the women who died in that incident has local ties wbz's kim tunnicliff report catherine lober graduated from the boston college school of social work in two thousand eight before that she attended the university of new hampshire lober was one of the three women fatally shot by albert wong and afghanistan veteran wong had reportedly been kicked out of the post traumatic stress treatment program at the pathway home in young fill california lober was executive director of the home bc spokesman jack dunn says lober dedicated her life to helping traumatized veterans university grieving the law who with talented individual was passionate about who work with the mentally ill particularly with veterans in bauchi appear to die during which he looked reduce with tragic tallussa winning a prime of her life kim tunnicliff wbz news radio 1030 a culture one strained olympic champion tara lipinski is suspended pending an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct first made against him nearly twenty years ago richard kalugin was accused of sexual misconduct and 1999 by craig craigmore easy one of his former students and later and assistant to him in sand the go in detroit merisi told the new york times that kalugin it engaged in inappropriate sexual contact with him beginning when he was fifteen years old a previous complaint by merisi was dismissed on procedural grounds kalugin denied the allegations us figure skating issued an order barring him from all of its events until further notice the seventy two year old kalugin told abc news that's nineteen or twenty years ago i have nothing to say the wrath of the latest storm is still being felt across the.

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