20 Burst results for "Gary Cohen"

"gary cohen" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

04:13 min | 3 months ago

"gary cohen" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Boomer good morning our yep. Good morning man and i gotta tell you last night. I sometimes i think gary cohen she just managed team and they should have an earpiece in the manager. Who is managing. The mets have just listened to the booth and listen to what they say. And we're all sitting there all saying the same thing why is edwin d as pitch into this guy. Yeah and the best on the marlins. The guy has been red hot. And you're sitting there going. You're listening to the booth and you what what would you what they're saying. And what is happening is just mind boggling. Now and tara was unbelievable last night that was one of the best pitching performances that we've seen all year long. We're the best he's ever seen in his life right. yeah so what. I'm saying i and i appreciate it. Was a national league type. Game low scoring the mets really had a hell of a time trying to catch up with this kid and i understand that those games those types of games are going to happen but when your manager has a decision to make and it's so obvious everyone and he makes the wrong decision and you're closer comes in and loses the game when he really shouldn't have been pitching that guy anyway is mind boggling and that's the thing i'm not saying the mets should when the game i mean of course i want them to win the game and of course you know. I'm second guessing. We all are this morning. But this was the first guest from the booth from ronnie keith. And gary and they were all over this all over it and so i'm not sitting here this morning saying that you know this is the second guess from the booth. Because to boot was right they were totally right. Why are you pitching to him. And you know that's that's a decision get unfortunately ends up getting managers fired. Well yeah he's going. And this is why i said what i said. I can't even muster up enough passion about a mets loss. This morning to even act like i care because i can't stand this team and i'm now rooting against them. So oh you can't be. Oh of course i am. I'm absolutely. I was laughing my ass off last night when every day is playing up to the sky. I hate these guys. I can't stand him. And i want them to blow up this this roster. But you know what's going to happen now. Conforto getting hot so now you're going to bring him back. And then you're going to be saddled with another horrendous contract for the next ten years. I just pointing up to the sky again when a ball is like six inches from going out of the park and puts a dent in. The wall is hilarious to me and i wanted it to happen. I want him to blow the game. I wanted them to lose the game. They did and that made me happier than them. Winning the game. Because they're not going anywhere and i'm just tired of it. I just wanted to be over sooner than later. So we can stop talking about these member that time when i had lost my mind about the knicks because it was like the same stuff over and over again. There's there's just these bombs that we just kept talking about and talking about. I've had my fill now. I've had my fill of the luiz row haas bad decisions. I've had my fill of edwin..

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"gary cohen" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

05:38 min | 4 months ago

"gary cohen" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Who how out of ten or how show talk and now hopefully the yankees turn things around for montgomery over his last five starts. He's for he's given up three runs or less than all five. How many runs you. Think the yankees scored for him. Twenty eight and a third innings of work three. I'll say five zero zero. David scored one run out as single run. It's almost two years. I could be wrong. It's hard to win. They were shut out. Zero zero runs while he was in the game obviously do not scored in those games. He was pitched yes. I vote three was a ridiculous zero zero. All right see if they can fare better tonight. at fenway as for the mets. We said they needed a big time. Outing for marcus stroman. Everyone said it and they got it yesterday afternoon. Eight innings of one hit shutout ball. Seven strikeouts speak up his first win it over a month. Offensively dom smith provided these signature below. Even if it didn't look at dog is popped up into thought going back. As the picture is a grand slam for dom smith did not think he got all of that. But boy that ball kerry and smith collects them all our main man. Ed coleman on the wealthy and gary cohen pretty much the same reaction on tv so even the vr was the other two home runs vr game. One maybe the you're may want them thinking there's a line drive but even that didn't look like a i don't know well these guys. At least call the game off the monitoring us watching it on tv and right park is always has been banned balk brutal combo. They're trying to figure out whether or not it's going to be a home run or not. All the met runs came via the home or you just mentioned. Vr solo shot in the second. You had tom's grand slam in the third endure may with i long ball the season. Two run shot in the fifth stroman handled the rest. Didn't change approached knowing the situation coming in with the tired bullpen. That's what i look forward to doing each and every time. Now that's my goal. I feel like that's the standard you. I mean anything under that. I'm never really truly happy with myself. And the throw rojo's certainly a big fan of the right. Anders guy worked really hard l..

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"gary cohen" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:33 min | 5 months ago

"gary cohen" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Nearly 20 years of experience has shown us At the current security situation only confirms that just one more year of Friday in Afghanistan is not a solution, but a recipe for being there indefinitely, he says. Afghanistan has never been a united country and then it's up to the Afghan people to decide what government they want. But the Taliban has been seizing territory they have taken over a border crossing to Iran. They had taken over the border crossings to Tajikistan, Uzbekistan that's going to allow them to control a way to make money to charge customs to people passing on those Roads. The momentum is on the Taliban side boxes Jennifer Griffin at the Pentagon, the Taliban's political office, reportedly claiming they are not attempting a military takeover. The top Republican in the U. S. Senate says vaccine reluctance is preventing a full come back from Covid. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says he's perplexed by those unwilling to get a covid vaccine. I think the facts are Are overwhelmingly in favor. Of getting vaccinated. Speaking at a Chamber of commerce event in Kentucky, McConnell says there is a link between a healthy economy and the vaccines. And to the extent that you can use your influence each of you In your world to push that I think it would be a really good idea. The CDC says The daily average of Covid cases was up last week. The delta variant the big reason why in communities with lower vaccination rates boxes Jared Helper and on Capitol Hill, two men believed to be Haitian Americans are under arrest in connection with the killing of Haiti's president. The country's elections minister confirming it to a P one of the suspects, possibly a former bodyguard at the Canadian Embassy in Haiti. America is listening to Fox News. It's 403 if he's radio one Oh 55 w we are saved. Governor Ivey signing some bills into law today. The measures include a bill allowing wine delivery and legislation expanding broadband. The Tuscaloosa Via is mourning the death of Dr Gary Cohen. Searchers recovered his remains at the scene of the Florida condo collapse. Officials say they will not stop looking until all the victims have been found. The only thing that changes Is just the term. Resources are still there. The men and women are still there are first responders have truly search that pile every single day since the collapse, as if they're searching for their own loved ones. Dr Gary Cohen was 58 police in South Alabama, searching for suspects after a string of burglaries targeting schools in Baldwin County Surveillance photos show a group of what appears to be five masked young people going through one high school trashing the properties as well as stealing valuables, including electronics officials say around $30,000 in losses were reported in Bayside. Gulf shores fully. They're hoping Daphne Baldwin County Public School Superintendent, Eddie Tyler, releasing a statement saying they're working closely with police. And what those responsible brought to justice. I mean, Gee, Norville Nearly 80 years after Pearl Harbor and Alabama sailor killed in the attack has been positively identified. Maybe Fireman second class Ralph Battles was a native of Bo Ass. He was assigned to the USS Oklahoma, which sustained multiple torpedo hits, causing the ship to capsize. 429 Oklahoma crewmen were killed, including battles, scientists made the I D by using methods that were not available years ago, including DNA analysis..

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"gary cohen" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:03 min | 6 months ago

"gary cohen" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Innings. Gary Cohen of SportsNet New York, describes an UMP inspecting met, says Jacob deGrom during the Braves game Monday. He passes but a picture caught with the taboo substances suspended for 10 days The Braves lose game 142 tuba Ronald Acuna Jr homers in the night cap and the Braves blank. The Mets won nothing in their second doubleheader in two days. Smarter City Council votes in favor of a design plan to refresh its downtown. When I campaigned, I heard from thousands of residents about the need for a downtown refresh. Mayor Derek Norton says. This downtown concept design get The ball rolling more green space to replace an old fountain, Our brewery parking deck plan, but council members Susan Wilkinson and Charles Welch concerns that I have in terms of the parking deck the traffic flow there. Let's look at some other options. Instead of just taking the first one that we get some residents feel it's all been rushed, but Glenn Pickens in the council, this is a good positive change for the city for our downtown trade. It's 95.5 WSB WSB news time. 6 11 That's limits after six o'clock, maximum weather and traffic coverage continues here in Atlanta is morning news. This might be the worst morning drive weather of the week Channel to actually use that are all just pregnant for Kirk. Malice can this morning you pretty much expect us to be in and out of the rain all morning. Yeah. All morning Late this morning into the afternoon hours. We'll start to see this gradually pushed to the south and then late this afternoon. We'll start to see this clear out. I mean the clouds in fact, starting to break before the sun sets today, it's going to be a long, slow process. But improving conditions will come later today. A wet morning commute a dryer commute as we head towards the afternoon right now, some of the heaviest rain across the metro area and pushing slowly to the South and east high today 80 degrees again clearing late this evening and tonight By tomorrow. Partly cloudy, lower humidity. It'll be a nice day will start Wednesday at 62 High 84 tomorrow just a 20% chance of a straight shower in the afternoon that on Thursday partly cloudy 30% chance of isolated afternoon storms low 67 High 83 right now, Er 68 on Peachtree Street and Channel two action news meteorologist Brad Knits 95.5 WSB. I appreciate you.

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"gary cohen" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:55 min | 11 months ago

"gary cohen" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"LBJ, Doc. Oh, welcome to the Todd and John Show where we're number one in calling out their number two Got something to say. Join the conversation at 51283605 90. Now here are Todd and done. Well, Somebody told me last night on social media that today is the day that you typically give up. Those new year's resolutions is today the day that we kind of Give up. Is that what it is done? 51283605 90 so glad you chose to join us here on the tide of Don show And I know, I know we have a lot of members of the guard that live here Locally. Lot of people have been deployed from the Austin area to our nation's capital and labor and estimated about 30,000 folks or so are there to, you know, provide protection around the capital for a virtual inauguration. 605 and Democrat Congressman Gary Cohen. Hey says he's worried that some of the National Guardsmen protecting the capital may turn violent during the inauguration. Now, Cohen tells CNN he thinks a majority of the guard are bunch of white men. And you know, that's you know, the enemy, the people. That's the meanest thing in the world. A bunch of white men. Wow. Well, anyway, Cohen tells CNN he thinks the majority the guard or white men. Who voted for Trump, and that's why he's worried he is afraid of white men. Florida Republican Congressman Michael Walsh is a former Green beret he sees offended by what the congressman had to say. You know, it is not about the person It is about the oath. They take the same oath as every member of Congress. Those guards, men and women that are out there right now to support defend the constitution against all enemies. And so one of the things he just doesn't understand or refuses to its These guards, men and women come from their communities. Their units are right there in their communities. He's got his facts wrong. There's about double the amount of women that are in the guard. There's a higher percentage of African Americans than the national.

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"gary cohen" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"gary cohen" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Down the line That ball is out of here. That boat, just state Fair down the line and Pete Alonso. It's his seventh home run of the air and the Mets now lead it. 4 to 2. That's Gary Cohen not entirely convinced on s and wise. It was right down the line. Then he's watching on the monitor. Michael Conforto also homered. He led the way for too far for for five. Rather double home run. Five R B eyes. As the Mets go onto win in Baltimore by a final score off note was didn't write here. 99 245 appreciate sucks when you do that, doesn't it Before I was 9 40. I think it was like the fourth time by the way in The history of Camden Yards, where a ball had reached that deck. Gary Cohen said in there. I mean, Cam Yard's been around for a long time now. But, yeah, I mean, that was a frickin bomb. It's just a sport to Yeah, I know. And everyone, So maybe this is the thing that gets, um, going home runs in one game last week. I mean, I mean, who the hell knows right where I was going to say? I don't know if that's gonna happen or not. Bobby. It's a shame that Gary Cohen couldn't really give that call the justice it deserved. Because of all the circumstances because I was a mammoth home run. You couldn't meet on the live show You couldn't even see where forget if it was fair foul. I don't I didn't even see the ball land. So you find out after the fact I guess, maybe on a bigger screen where I watched it this morning. I couldn't even see I was just waiting for them to say whether it was They're foul home Run or not, but certainly a bomb part of the Mets, snapping their five game skid. You did a Todd Frazier return. Of course, they've put him right into the lineup hits cleanup yesterday over five and his return to the team, but the Mets get the when they come back home down to host the Yankees later on today, all that build up to the Yanks raise regular season finale following Tuesday night's drama, And as it turns out, Michael brought so about the only one who really came to play. There's the Owen swung.

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"gary cohen" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"gary cohen" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Good evening at nine o'clock on Bob Buesseler. There are a few games to discuss on this night instead, players across every sports platform trying to turn the discussion to social and racial injustice. One day after many baseball teams chose to not play in protest of the Jacob Blake shooting. This was the scene at City Field tonight, where it appeared. The Mets and Marlins were ready for first pitch. Now, after a moment of silence that lasted 42 seconds before we celebrate Jackie Robinson Day Mets are exiting the field. After both Sams it's James the wave of caps to one another. So it would appear is, though, after appointed moment, Mets and Marlins will not be playing baseball tonight. Indeed, they did not play baseball. The team's left the field. The game was postponed. Gary Cohen had the call on S and why several met spoke after the game. One of them was dumped. Smith, whose emotional response last night to the Blake shooting was met today with widespread support, And this is his teammate Michael Conforto. At the end of the day after seeing with Calmest Dongmei last night, although it's not just about down. Um you know, it really touched all of us in the club house, you know, just to see how How powerful his statements were. How emotional he Waas So no baseball Tonight is City field. Now, in the hours leading up to the decision, GM Brody bandwagon and was caught on a hot Mike, criticizing what he thought was suggested by Missioner Rob Manford to have met stage a one hour walk out and then return to the field to play the game bandwagon and said Manford doesn't get it. But it turns out that met C o Jeff Wilpon. Was the one who made that suggestion in bandwagon and has publicly apologized to Manfred. Mention Yankees begin the subway. Siri's Tomorrow. The standing with the doubleheader, The Yankees were off today. There were seven baseball games postponed today. Four double headers and three of those four double headers in progress. Top seven Seattle Lady San Diego 73. Padres won the first game 10 7. Top five Dodgerslead the Giants to nothing. Dodgers looking for the sweep after winning the opener, seven Pirates do sweep the Cardinals for three to nothing in the second inning. Reds and Brewers of scoreless Reds won the first game 6 to 1 MBA postponed three more playoff games on Thursday for the players have decided they will continue. Postseason, perhaps resuming as soon as tomorrow. NHL postpone Stanley Cup playoff games for Thursday and Friday,.

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"gary cohen" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"gary cohen" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The Mets have not been hitting in the clutch. So they try and know the formula. Excellent defense. Excellent story, pitching Excellent relief. 12 He's talk about the ball game is over. We'll go with the six out save Marcello and local retired the last 16 national centers. The Mets place. Superb defense all live long. They split the Siri's with the Nats winning tonight 321 Gary Cohen, the final calmness and why the Mets earned the split of the two games. Siri's beating the Nationals, 31 Rick for solo, the Windows versus had met the 150th of his career. Allowed one run over seven handed it off to Luego comes away with flawless six out save defensive Jim's Michael Conforto guns down, Want soda with third to stifle a rally. J. D. Davis with a super played third. Dominic Smith drove in two for the Mets were off Thursday return home to play the Marlins on Friday. Yankees and Phil's split 1/7 inning double header. Phillies beat the Yankees 11 to 7 of the opener. Then the Yankees bounce back. And when the nightcap three won Jae have loss in Game one, lasted three and walk six Judges seventh homer in the opener in game to the Yankees outlasted Aaron Nolan, who struck out 12/6 nights. It's going to be a struggle and What kind of hang in there and then just have some really, really good. Winning at that's late in the game was really that that entire ending a number of winning now would be the top of the seventh after.

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"gary cohen" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"gary cohen" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"In the fan, I am Susan Waldman appear in Westchester and down in Florida is my partner for the day, Howie Rose. And we will talk to you a lot of calls lined up 877 1st before the girls. Absolutely. That's what I ask you something, But let me ask you your opinion about something I'm thinking of doing on our show next week because we were talking about Mickey Mantle with Roy White and Sweeny. Murti was kind enough. And for those who don't know I did a regular talk show on this radio station. For seven or eight years, whatever it was beginning in 1987 with stations inception, which we'll celebrate next week, But anyway long story short. One of my favorite shows that I did back in those days was a tribute to the 1961 Yankees on that teams 30th anniversary. So obviously that was in 1991 and one of the guests that I had on that night. And I think Sweeney might have been the producer. I'm not even sure but Mickey Mantle, and you know, Mickey Mantle for my generation was and still is larger than life. It was about a 14 minute interview. I'd love to replay. I hadn't heard it And you know, however long it's been I would love to replay that next week when we do our, you know, recollections of this radio station. Would you mind that? Oh, no. I would love that. I would love that. You know, we all have things like that knights. I believe, because I did not know Mickey Mantle really until till this radio station because we would do shows from Mantle's restaurant, and he was always there and the morning show we did there and we did a lot of night show Sweeney actually. Sweetie was one of the great producers of all time before he you know, we're on the great producer and he sent me. I evidently did an interview with Don Mattingly the day he announced his retirement. That he said to me in my room, and I haven't listened to it yet because it makes my heart break every time. I think of Mattingly retired still does after all these years? Oh, no, I would. I would love that. And he sent me one too. So interesting. The things that you keep because I had kept an interview that I did. When the station went on the air. I went down to winter Haven and I got a guy I'd known for for since I was a tiny little girl. I got Ted Williams for an hour. Not going to play Ted Williams, but on DH, the people you remember, but I would love to hear that Mickey Mantle thing, of course. Of course. Hopefully we'll do that next week. You get my Mattingly thing? I mean, it was. Yeah, some of those you keep, but Swinney had the money. Sweeney was the best producer during a world Siri's. I could hardly talk. Sweeney called up Johnny Johnny Podres on the air. I couldn't talk Then we have. This was a great You know, it was a great producer Billy Rodman. Yeah, Bill Rodman was one of my producers in the early nineties, I guess And we were doing world Siri's pre and post game shows. And one of those that he lined up was most scouring Bill most scouring and I just happened to wander. This is classic. I happened to just wander into the control room during a break before the interview when Billy was calling, scouring this house. Well, evidently Scarrans wife answers the phone. And Rodman actually says to this woman who is probably in her sixties or seventies or not, Maura at the time. Hello. May I Please speak to Moose? Anyway. What is this River deal? Who's next? Jughead? You know, May I Please speak tomorrow? I thought that was a little unusual. Yeah, There's so many things I was thinking because program director Mark Chernoff was talking about next week. It's a anniversary. July 1st is we all know Three o'clock July 1st the afternoon My voice came on and the station started. And I think we're going to have people that were did things on f A A. And that were announcers. Do you know who was on the air when I was in that earthquake? Oh, wow. So that's 1989. Who would have been on the air when one way and announce playing the game that night, Uh, announcer on FAA and Gary Thorne. No way. Thorne was with ABC, then, right? Go from. So when you say on the air who you were talking about on the FAA ends on wf fan. I believe I was talking to Gary Cohen. On the air. Okay when the earthquake happened, and I believe that's who it was, because I was on forever. When because I miss used to play that I've never been so scared in my whole life, and I get babbling. To say what was was going on? Because my phone didn't go out? No. Well, yeah. Major earthquake. Yeah, I described you. Well, You never know what you're going to Dio, but I believe it was Gary Cohen, who was who I was talking to. Ridge just finished his first year with him. It's Yeah, it's Yeah, it was something. It was a long time ago, wasn't it? Yeah, absolutely. We already take some calls. Yeah, we love hanging on there. Alright. 877337 66 66 Patent Belle Rose. You're next up on the fan. 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Former All-Star and World Series-winning GM Watson dies aged 74

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Former All-Star and World Series-winning GM Watson dies aged 74

"Watson. Two Time All star as a player who later became the first black general manager to win a world series with the Yankees in Nineteen ninety-six has passed away at the age of seventy four during his career. Bob Watson also Was the person who scored run number one million four major league

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Gary Cohen Interview

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

08:54 min | 2 years ago

Gary Cohen Interview

"Percent now let's get back to the main bag new economy forum in Beijing where our colleague from C. like what is about to interview Gary Cohn former economic policy assistant to the U. S. president on the pharmacy of Goldman Sachs Goldman Sachs spending more than twenty five years and chief operating officer January twenty seventh January two thousand seventeen sign trump's first appointees as director of the National Council affect the president's chief economic when you look at the US China trade war hello this is going to be one dealing what comes after that you get a phase one I think we're having a trees I think the two sides have some disagreements on trade if you look at what's going on the two countries are fine there's a lot of trade still going back and forth the United States is receiving the goods from China that we need to have a fully functioning economy well I hope I hope we get a phase one deal done and I think it's in everyone's best interest to get a chains have tried other going else that's a natural because the site and I think that makes sense the supply chains have moved maybe companies got too concentrated in one market in maybe we're seeing more global diversification things for companies to be more diversified about where they get their products to where they get their supplies but if you have this information staying and lasting for five years ten years I'm not saying this is a good this is a what I'm trying to say is everyone talks about how dramatic this whole trade congregation is whenever you have countries are disagreeing in some fashion make up their own mind what to what they need to do mark it's a very quickly made up their mind we need to diversify our supply chain we can not be as the dominant independent on one country once wires we've got to create more diversity the system which is a good thing for the system yes it's having some economic consequences but it's not the only thing going on in the car for a confrontation or or is this actually wants a deal and he wants it fast it's a Chinese play by the book I think it's more interested in getting it right in the long term that sat in this is an important asset stand how important is the farmers back to work in the United States we have a big agricultural economy in the center of the United States all farmers need to be exported our products and our families are going through a very tough cycle here losing exports China farmers need to get that back and they need to get that back my next summer phase one deal done would allow farmers to get back into the growing cycle we allow farmers to become a major exporter back to China the Chinese need to import so the question is who are they getting important problem and I think the warning from the United States is very poor so I think the president understands this is a short term phase one fix getting all farmers back into the site China is important for the short term what status quo with increased exports from where we are now back to where we were before any back to a higher level in the end president trump cares about protecting US election there's about protecting copyrights because no market access for US companies which makes a lot of sense you think in the United States is three hundred fifty million consumers China one point four billion consumers which you want to present a United States open up a market to one point four billion consumers if you're a U. S. company of course you want to open up that market to the U. S. companies to want to make sure that we have a level playing field for US companies can access the Chinese market just as the Chinese of axis for U. S. market around the world given they have little visibility are not investing in their markets and it could be a friend chief executive it could be a chief executive in Ohio transaction German that that must be a negative negative negative so we can cause a bunch and that is going on on the investment side and I'll be the first to tell you when you're looking at and you're looking at in the U. S. when you look at topix the first thing you're looking at is building factories building buildings nearby steel they were the first two things I thought that that was not the right decision I would never import products it's different terrifying services then is the terrible import products that go into something you're going to build a great job so the going state takes away the competitive advantage that we gave them in the lower corporate taxes remember we lowered taxes to compete with the rest of the world we lowered into their rates but then we made the Costa still women higher than just incentivize people from opening plants nearby states then layer on top of that the geo political situation we have in the United States right now and it's a very tough environment to take eighty eight you can think of the season to do a major capital expenditure in the United States because you know what the political environment will look like in United States we got a lot of candidates going up the corporations corporate earnings what's the cost of healthcare gonna be what's it going to cost you run your business the United States you're better off as a corporation day to wait for some more clarity before you make in the capital so so what November ninth twenty twenty money exactly is going to come I don't know for sure what date is or when it is clearly if you need to invest the capital right now to grow your business your doing that companies are spending money capital but if you're going to build a big what we would call bricks and mortar or stealing aluminum copper facility and you're gonna hire a lot of people to do that you probably will wait till you get some clarity to what is going to cost you as as as terms of labor and what it cost you to run that facility vis a vis hoping that facility in Mexico or Canada so what the federal reserve kind of getting attacked by the president they have a county that seems to be holding up but I guess it could turn the president is an independent agency in the United States and I think protecting the independence of the federal reserve is of utmost importance I think John Paul in the other governors and vice chairman of bad very good job of trying to walk the line of independence they are making their policy decisions based on the data that they are seeing they're always trying to figure out what is going on in the economy in the future which is a very difficult thing especially a globalized world today on the other other voting members have been making the right decisions based on the data they have at their fingertips at the time they make the decision is that central banker to the world and not just to the the America that is the central the dollar is a key trade currency in the world global commodities are denominated in dollars a lot of so in essence what does does have an impact on the rest is is that far behind your your golden sayings the markets and I think the I think the dollar is going to continue to remain on the relatively strong people talk about interest rates in the United States relative to the rest of the world we got high interest rates and people continue to migrate to a higher interest rate currency the dollar is a high yielding currencies I know we're gonna take a break and talk about quick don't things are focusing on okay are we going to see executives big financial institution twenty twenty I don't think so I I'm just not sure that's Gerry comes next next okay what are you doing at the moment right now besides speaking and writing and teaching which occupies a little bit of my time as many enormous amount of time in the venture capital in the world in two areas in medical technology and really in the secure communication secure data space the secure communications does take you know the payments space because it you can secure communication you can ask actually end up on the payments and that's a really interesting place to be in right right face it really shortly again come their former director of the national economic council coming up

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"gary cohen" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"gary cohen" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Deep left field back in that way. Facing the second. Yeah. That was Gary Cohen s and why at that point twelve one the Mets did battle back a little bit. They got it to twelve nine. They had so many chances. They could've won the game. The wind up losing twelve nine a lot of issues here with the pitching Zack. Wheeler was terrible seven runs. Four hits seven walks over four and two-thirds Tim Peterson comes in he walks. Five guys inning and third. Here was Mickey Callaway are you worried about Wheeler through these first couple of starts not concerned at this point. I think that he'll go and correct. It in between starts here was Wheeler. He knows. It was terrible embarrassing for me. And. Those one of those ones you just forget Mets now six and three the nationals for anybody. Ask him about the one Soto at bat to begin the second idea. I know I will go back and check I do not know the answer to that. Right. And now, you know, why you don't want Jeff MacMillan the outfield too, by the way. Put Daniel Murphy out there against the Marlins. Where's the ball go right to write to Daniel Murphy? I think he's a net negative. Maybe that day was Mets off tonight. They take on the twins tomorrow. Elsewhere in baseball, Cody Bellinger, it's another home run. He's got seven dodgers beat the Rockies twelve six Red Sox shutout the Diamondbacks won nothing to go three and eight on that eleven game season-opening road trip Phillies twins yesterday and one big swing in about three to swing and a high fly left field fairly deep.

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"gary cohen" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"gary cohen" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"With Seton Hall looking to help their case for tournament bid, Nelson moving left watch back Kinjo bounce out the Pao tend to shoot they'll take twenty eight hundred. Forty. Second straight knocks it down pirates by ten twenty two to twelve miles palate. Thirty one scene all rats, Georgetown, seventy three fifty seven. Gary Cohen, the call from learfield. IMG college house where Marquette dominated Saint John's eighty six fifty four Johnny squarely on the bubble Villanova down providence, seventy three sixty two Xavier crate and Sixty-three sixty one AC. You can't dismiss south Florida eighty seventy three in the ACC. Syracuse felt the Duke eighty four seventy two Zion. Williamson was back from the spring me thirteen for thirteen from the floor twenty nine points, fourteen rebounds and five steals. Spring baseball Yankees and Bluejays ended in a one all tie that we set a fire four scoreless. Mets cardinals also finished in a tie. Zack Wheeler impressive allowed us to heads over five and a third scoreless on the ice. Islanders. Got a big time victory survive Montreal to one personal panic second second period gave up a few more chances than a third. I thought we had played smart, and this sort of waited for a chance, and they don't got our chance Barrett. Harry trots MSG. Plus was Anders Lee the one who buried home the go head late in the third Thomas grace thirty-three saves capitals. One again, though, so the Gallagher's main two points back in metropolitan golf one round damn Players Championship. Tommy Fleetwood, Keegan Bradley, shed lead at seven under with reports every twenty minutes, Marco balletti WFAN twenty twenty sports. This is John sterling. There's more Yankees baseball on tap this weekend. Be listening tomorrow and Sunday for games against the Blue Jays and Phillies. Susan waldman..

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"gary cohen" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"gary cohen" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Hell, the merger of Time Warner an AT and T the New Yorker reported that President Trump had tried to block the merger in two thousand seventeen by personally asking his then chief economic advisor, Gary Cohn to make sure the Justice department intervened here to tell us more is Joe Nocera, a Bloomberg opinion columnist so tell us about this reported incident where President Trump talks to. Former economic adviser Gary Cohen, right? So he calls in Gary Cohen, according to the story in the New Yorker, and John Kelly who was then the staff is also in the room, and he starts to berate ame- says, you know, I I don't know how many times I told you to call the Justice department and get them to block that deal. I wanted block nothing happening. You know? And then as they're leaving out of earshot Cohen says in to your language, and this don't you dare call the department because we're not going to operate that way. So the application is that Colin they not have called. But that doesn't mean somebody else didn't or that Trump didn't get the message to the Justice department in some other way. But didn't Trump already send that message during the campaign? Well, he sure did. I mean, he made it very clear that he thought the deal should be blocked. The problem is that the department was chugging along very nicely before he was elected on on route to approving the deal was pretty much a almost a done deal. So then, you know, he gets his deputy White House counsel making him is appointed or nominated to be his his antitrust head and and the Justice department. So I mean, it's pretty obvious. Darah knows exactly what Trump wants from the AT and T deal. He has said over and over and over again that they were no politics involved. And that they they reviewed the deal, and they wound up thinking that you know, it was a little too monopolistic. And basically it had to be stopped. But but honestly, nobody really believes him. And nobody really believes that this was this was on the up and up because I even Derek himself prior to joining the Trump administration had said that he didn't see anything wrong with the deal. Well, explain how this was this was a vertical merger and usually vertical. Mergers are in opposed by the Justice department is. That's right. They haven't been opposed in forty two vertical merger is a burger to companies that don't really have overlapping businesses. Horizontal merger is a merger in which you know, company that can in one business buys another company in the same business, and those get it not blocked, at least at least the government tries to force them to divest some assets, and so on and so forth, but vertical murder really haven't been touching forty years. So that's another reason. This was such a surprise that the Justice department decided to try and block it so you have a president who's run on stopping this merger. And you have the head of the antitrust division who's trying to enforce what he's run on. Is there anything really is there? Anything wrong with that? Yes. There is what's wrong with it? President really aren't supposed to hell agencies. You know to do their bidding an agency is supposed to operate based on the rule of law. Now the rule of walking change over time. There's there's no question antitrust law and rules have changed over time. That's that's fine. But it's not supposed to happen is that the president is not supposed to use an agency as a weapon to punish his enemies and to help it spreads. And yet we've seen more than one in the anti-us department examples where that that seems to be the result not only with, but with Disney FOX with Trump applauded when the deal was was announced said, it would create jobs, which of course, it won't. And then that deal, absolutely flies through within six months. Even though. The combination will mean that fifty percent of movie tickets are being sold by one company is that a horizontal deal that is very much a horizontal. That they would normally oppose that that's right or at least try to get them to divest overlapping portion. Yes. Also, I mean, we heard President Trump just last weekend deride Jeff Sessions because he recused himself. Do you think he has learned after two years that gives a line between the executives office and the agencies the app Neptune? I do not think that he has learned any such thing. This is a guy who really doesn't care about the rule of law. He really doesn't care about what's proper and what's not proper. He viewed everything about government through the prism of. Will it help him or will not help him? And that goes for financially that goes for rewarding Frank and punishing enemies. That goes for trying to block an investigation into potential Russian collusion, and it also goes for merger, which is big business. So, you know, I think he will never learn, and it's a sad fact about the state of American.

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"gary cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"gary cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"An appeals court ruling upheld the merger of Time Warner an AT and T the New Yorker reported that President Trump had tried to block the merger in two thousand seventeen by personally asking his then chief economic advisor Gary Cohn to make sure the Justice department intervened here to tell us more as Joe Nocera. A Bloomberg opinion columnists. So tell us about this reported incident where President Trump talks to. Former economic adviser Gary Cohen, right? So he calls in Gary Cohen, according to the story in the New Yorker, and John Kelly who was the chief of staff is also in the room, and he starts to berate ame- says, you know, I I don't know how many times I've told you call the Justice department and get them to block that deal. I want it block. Nothing's happening. You know? And then as they're leaving once they're out of earshot Cohen says in spicy language, and this don't you dare call the department because we're not gonna operate that way. So the application is that Colin may not have called. But that doesn't mean somebody else didn't or that Trump didn't get the message to the Justice department in some other way. But didn't Trump already send that message during the campaign? Well, he sure did. I mean, he made it very clear that he thought the deal should be blocked. The problem is that the department was chugging along very nicely before he was elected on on route to approving the deal was pretty much a almost a done deal. So then, you know, he gets his deputy White House counsel making he is appointed or nominated to be his his antitrust head and and the Justice department. So I mean, it's pretty obvious. Berra knows exactly what Trump wants from the AT and T deal. He has said over and over and over again that they were no politics involved, and that they reviewed the deal, and they wound up thinking that you know, it was a little too monopolistic. And then basically it had to be stopped. But honestly, nobody really believes him. And nobody really believes that this was this was on the up and up because even Derek himself prior to joining the Trump administration had said that he didn't see anything wrong with the deal. Well, explain how this was this was vertical merger and usually vertical. Mergers are in opposed by the Justice department. That's right. They haven't been opposed in forty two vertical. Mergers burger to companies that don't really have overlapping businesses. Horizontal merger is a merger, and which you know. A company that can in one business buys another company in the same business, and those get it not blocked, at least at least the government tries to force them to divest some assets, and so on and so forth, but vertical murder really haven't been touching forty years. So, you know, that's another reason. This was such a surprise that the Justice department decided to try and block it so you have a president who's run on stopping this merger. And you have the head of the antitrust division who's trying to enforce what he's run on. Is there anything really is there? Anything wrong with that? Yes. Barros what's wrong with it? President really aren't the post to hell agencies. You know to do their bidding an agency is supposed to operate based on the rule of law. Now the rule of walking change over time. There's no question antitrust. Law and rules have changed over time that that's fine. But what's not supposed to happen is that the president is not supposed to use an agency as a weapon to punish his enemies and help his friends, and yet we've seen more than one in the anti-us department examples where that that seems to be the result, not only with AT and T. But with dizzy, FOX with Trump applauded when the deal was was announced said, it would create jobs, which of course, it won't. And then that deal, absolutely flies through within six months. Even though the combination will mean that fifty percent of movie tickets are being sold by one company is that a horizontal deal that is very much a horizontal. That they would normally oppose. That's right, or at least try to get them to divest overlapping portions. Yes. Also, I mean, we heard President Trump just last weekend deride Jeff Sessions because he recused himself. Do you think he has learned after two years that there's a line between the you know, the executives office and the agencies the app. Tune. I I do not think that he has learned any such thing. This is a guy who really doesn't care about the rule of law. He really doesn't care about what's proper, and what's not proper he views everything about government through the prism of. Will it help him or will not help them? And that goes for financially that goes for rewarding France, and punishing enemies. That goes for trying to block and investigation into potential Russian collusion, and it also goes for murder, which is big business. So, you know, I think she will never learn. And at the sad fact about the state of American.

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"gary cohen" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"gary cohen" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Twenty twenty sports time is eleven oh three for the second time in a week. Seton Hall took it to a big east power howls gonna go one on one against booth tend to shoot how put it between the legs snaps. The left side Cal he spots up for three. A career high six three hall by eight seventy three sixty five to go three of miles. Kale's nineteen points ceiling things late for the pirates. Seton Hall taking down their second ranked opponent and four days knocking off number twenty three Villanova seventy nine to seventy five. Gary Cohen had that call on learfield. IMG college the pirates finish up the regular season nine and nine in the big east miles Powell led the way with twenty points. Saint John's ends the regular season on a three game skid. They fell at Xavier eighty one sixty eight the red storm the seven seed in next week's big east tournament they'll play to Paul in the opening round on Wednesday. Syracuse lost at Clemson sixty seven fifty five number three North Carolina sweeps the season series from number four Duke the tar heels beat the blue devils without Zion. Williamson Seventy-nine seventy on the ice the islanders two game winning streak is over. They felt that the flyers at the Coliseum. Five to two Rangers scored a couple in the third to come back and beat the devils at the garden. Four two and three rounds complete at the Arnold Palmer invitational at Bay Hill. Matthew Fitzpatrick, a one shot lead over Rory mcilroy at nine under par boomer and geo the fan, the New Jersey.

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"gary cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"gary cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Upheld the merger of Time Warner an AT and T the New Yorker reported that President Trump had tried to block the merger in two thousand seventeen by personally asking his then chief economic advisor Gary Cohn to make sure the Justice department intervened here to tell us more as Joe Nocera. A Bloomberg opinion columnists. So tell us about this reported incident where President Trump talks to. Former economic adviser Gary Cohen, right? So he calls in Gary Cohen, according to the story in the New Yorker, and John Kelly who has done the chief of staff also in the room, and he starts to berate ame- says, you know, I I don't know how many times I've told you call the Justice department and get them to block that deal. I wanted block. Nothing's happening. You know? And then as they're leaving once they're out of earshot Cohen says inspite to your language, and this don't you dare call the gossip department because we're not gonna operate that way. So the application is that calling out of called. But that doesn't mean somebody else didn't or that Trump didn't get the message to the Justice department in some other way. But didn't Trump already send that message during the campaign? Well, he sure did. I mean, he made it very clear that he thought the deal should be blocked. The problem is that the Justice department was chugging along very nicely. Before he was elected on on route to approving the deal was pretty much a almost a done deal. So then, you know, he gets his deputy White House counsel making dour hime is appointed or nominated to be his his antitrust head and and the Justice department. So I mean, it's pretty obvious. Berra knows exactly what Trump wants from the AT and T deal. He had said over and over and over again that they were no politics involved. And that they reviewed the deal when they wound up thinking that you know, it was a little too monopolistic. And then basically it had to be stopped. But honestly, nobody really believes him. And nobody really believes that this was this was on the up and up because even himself prior to joining the Trump administration had said that he didn't see anything wrong with the deal. Well, explain how this was this was a vertical merger and usually vertical. Mergers aren't opposed by the Justice department? That's right. They haven't been opposed in forty two vertical merger is broker to companies that don't really have overlapping businesses. Horizontal merger is a merger, and which, you know, a company that can in one business buys another company in the same business, and those get not blocked, at least at least the government tries to force them to divest some assets, and so on and so forth, but vertical murder really haven't been touched in forty years. So that's another reason this was such a surprise that the Justice department decided to try and block it so you have a president who's run on stopping this merger. And you have the head of the antitrust division who's trying to enforce what he's run on. Is there anything really is there? Anything wrong with that? Yeah. Very what's wrong with it. Really aren't supposed to hell agencies. You know to do their bidding an agency is supposed to operate based on the rule of law. Now the rule of walk and change over time. There's no question antitrust. Law and rules have changed over time. That's that's fine. But what's not supposed to happen is that the president is not supposed to use an agency has a weapon to punish his enemies and to help us friends. And yet we've seen more than one in the anti-trust department examples where that that seems to be the result, not only with AT and T, but with Disney FOX with Trump applauded when the deal was was announced said, it would create jobs, which of course, it won't. And then that deal, absolutely flies through within six months. Even though the combination will mean that fifty percent of movie tickets are being sold by one company is that a horizontal deal that is very much a horizontal. That they would normally oppose that that's right or at least try to get them to divest overlapping portions. Yes. Also, I mean, we heard President Trump just last weekend deride Jeff Sessions because he recused himself. Do you think he has learned after two years that there's a line between the, you know, the executives office and the agencies the app NIA tune? I do not think that he has learned any such thing. This is a guy who really doesn't care about the rule of law. He really doesn't care about what's proper and what's not proper. He viewed everything about government through the prism of. Will it help him or will not help him? And that goes for financially that goes for rewarding France, and punishing enemies. That goes for trying to block an investigation into potential Russian collusion, and it also goes for murders, which is big business. So, you know, I think he will never learn, and it's a sad fact about the.

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"gary cohen" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"gary cohen" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"It leaves the giving this process a shot, and we'll see how it ends in there. I think they have to. And I think that this is this is mills Perry and fizz. They'll all know what's going on. And unfortunately for Fidel, he's the one that's got kind of stand in the line of fire because he's the coach he's the guy who decides who plays and who doesn't play, and I wouldn't be surprised if he imperative had a conversation saying, look, this guy's becoming a pain in the ass. And I'm not playing sure. And the only way that I can get to them. The only way I can penalize him by not playing him. Now, we're also penalties penalizing our own team. But then again, I don't need him going twenty and twenty you know, what I'm saying. Because then he at the back end of it in a weird way would penalize the team because we'd be winning. Yeah. That's right. And he does play horrendous defense. I still think he's as Gary Cohen would say eight net negative on the court. But here's a here's a question for do. You think when Memphis comes back to New York that they pay play a video for joking. Held now, it'd be great if he was a video of him just like footage out at bars. The more read about that whole thing. What was seventy two million dollars? In the world to a guy with his knees. Phil Jackson thinking was one of the worst. And they signed a really bad. James? I mean, they've been to advance could be the worst chore contract ever given by the Knicks because of the amount of money. It was and for what they got in return. Right. And they knew that he was going to have knee problems that he wasn't healthy, and he was sort of on the downside of his career already seventy two million. So you have coach. So we are right. We are really getting closest trade deadline. And maybe the other reason why they're not playing Canada want him getting hurt. Right. And they're they got to be close to trade either. He or Courtney Lee and end or if they can Tim Hardaway junior. Yeah. That's going to be the tougher one because of that contract. But I think you're probably thinking that's a pipe dream. And if they can get rid of 'em, great, if not they've already have plans for dealing with that contract to the end. I Palmer in GO on the fan.

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"gary cohen" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"gary cohen" Discussed on WCPT 820

"He got man baby trendy gut mandate fantastic. Nancy Pelosi has just released a statement echoing what Malcolm Nance said about the fact that this is not just about his man baby fit is about compromising by the way. This is I I understand if you've just tuned in your life. But what about him ordering Michael congress covered that we'll cover to cover. This is so much going on out there. Covered that we've already game over on. Yeah. It's like an all you can eat li- buffet. So you can go back, and you have more chicken you can get some roles. There you go everything she said in light of the grave threats caused by the president's action the delegation has decided to postpone the trip. So as not to further endanger, our troops and security personnel or the other travelers on the flights. Again. You can't understate what Malcolm Nance said Donald Trump just compromise the top secret operational security, not just of speaker Pelosi who is second in line to the presidency. But now our enemies nowhere. Advance security teams are military flights tribal chiefs and diplomats who were going to meet the number three USA leader. Their lives are at great risk now. The problem is we need a catchphrase we need to collect trip. Ghazi? So people will be aware of it trip. Brasi that okay, Travis that another impeachable in addition. But but the obstruction of Justice suborning perjury charge earlier that was the first thing Nixon that was the first count against Nixon as we've discussed already speaker Pelosi, by the way, saying she didn't cancel it. She asked him to postpone it until they opened the government. By not deny. Let's get a date when governor is open that employee. Maybe he thinks it's okay, not to pay people to do work. I don't and my caucus doesn't either? Gary Cohen ex Trump right economic guy denounce the shutdown. Instead, I'm confused as to what the White House strategy is on this a little bit. Well, he said the shutdown completely wrong. We'll it's big. That's the problem. He has no strategy on anything. Syria. Shutdowns like he has. No, okay. He's so bent on what he perceives to be winning. I'm going to win. I need to win. I can't back down that was two days ago impeachable offense, saying, I I one ISIS defeated right on the day that U US troops are killed by ISIS in Syria because we sent the equipment out in this chaotic withdrawal. I okay, I can't even low seat one more time. Here we go. Not at the last one. We went to I think was it said the president founded as leverage to leave the room, but we're negotiating table. And I'd never discourage anybody from not accepting invitations from the president of the United States there yesterday. So I don't know which meeting you're talking about that. We're not at. Okay. So her caucus stood with her. God bless them. Right. They did not take his bait to try to undermine her by going to some stupid lunch. Yeah. What she probably would have served the same day old Clemson food. Yeah. Okay. Adding dope us Adam Schiff talking about this. We think this.

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FBI officials recommend former

The Glenn Beck Show

02:11 min | 4 years ago

FBI officials recommend former

"Kudlow accepts firing mccabe i'm michael toscano economist and tv commentator lawrence kudlow says he's an accepted an offer from president trump to become chief white house economic adviser jeff zeleny has a bit of information about his relationship with the president he's not always been on the same page but he's always been on the president's side he was a key advisor during the presidential campaign when many republicans and conservatives were sort of keeping arm's length kudlow is known as a free trader in opposition to some of trump's protectionist trade policies gary cohen who left the job did so because he doesn't approve of trump's tariffs on imported steel and aluminum you can't retire you're fired laura jarrett reports that's what former fbi director deputy director andrew mccabe may be about to hear days before his formal retirement terminal leave since january when he somewhat abruptly stepped down and he was set to retire this sunday but if he is fiber before he would lose his pension that's the recommendation of an internal investigation into a two thousand sixteen decision mccabe made it allowed fbi officials to speak to reporters about an investigation into the clinton foundation the united nations security council going into emergency session right now to consider action against russia for the poisoning of a former spy on british soil with nerve gas prime minister theresa may has won the backing of france germany the us and other countries as she seeks consequences for russia for the attack that not only left sergei scruple and his daughter in critical condition it also left dozens of civilians and sells berry in need of treatment the russian state was culpable for the attempted murder mr and his daughter the uk is kicking out twentythree russian diplomats in response to the attack steve kastenbaum new york students across the nation walked out of class today to push for stronger gun control laws exactly one month after the massacre at a high school in florida as that was happening the accused shooter was being arraigned on murder charges nicholas cruises lawyer says he'll plead guilty if the death penalty is waived i'm michael toscano from your breaking news station i'm pat allen size of the student walkouts in albuquerque today very quite a bit monica armenta with aps tells us eldorado high school probably had the largest number of students participating she says the.

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