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"gordon kaplan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"gordon kaplan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Crane revelations settlement reached number because that new information as Kurt Volcker the former trump envoy to Ukraine appear today before three house committees here's correspondent silencer Fadi that Washington post reporting this evening that Volcker said that he told guiliani he was receiving I'm trustworthy information from the Ukrainians about Joe Biden about his son hunter Biden and he essentially said to Giuliani do not trust the sources you should be careful about putting faith in those accounts house speaker Nancy Pelosi disturbed by president trump's comment today saying China should not look into possible wrongdoing by his political rival Joe Biden and his son the president has confessed to his violation of his oath of office the settlement reached in the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history two years ago in Las Vegas more from correspondent Jim Roop San Diego attorney James France represents nearly two hundred of the forty four hundred victims and families of the October two thousand seventeen mass shooting in Las Vegas he says the seven hundred thirty five to eight hundred million dollar settlement is step one of MGM resorts respond GM needs to make sure that all of their hotels and properties are safe so this will never happen again one time lawyer for procedures firm. Gordon Kaplan was the latest to face sentencing in the college admissions scandal correspondence to cast a bomb fills a sand the fifty three year old former exec at a large law firm paid seventy five thousand dollars to have wrong answers on his daughter's ACT exam corrected by a bribes proctor Crispin Evan handing reports the American civil liberties union filed the lawsuit potentially seeking millions of dollars in damages for thousands of immigrant families separated at the U. S. Mexico border the ACLU suit says the government had no plan in place to reunify the families and were often unable to track them down deeply traumatizing the kids stocks close higher the Dow rising one twenty to the S. and P. up twenty three points the nasdaq shot.

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"gordon kaplan" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"gordon kaplan" Discussed on AP News

"Once again the president invited another country through here in our presidential elections. and the. in the middle of his oath of office. of our elections shepherd testimony on Capitol Hill from Kurt Volker about Ukraine until Friday when vocal resigned he was the US special envoy to Ukraine Ohio Republican congressman Jim Jordan says Democrats must be disappointed not one thing he has said comports with any of the Democrats impeachment narrative not one thing vocal resigned after being asked to testify to Congress about the whistle blower complaint Gordon Kaplan was sentenced to a month in prison in Boston in the college admissions bribery scandal the former chairman of a global law firm paid seventy five thousand dollars to rake his daughter's ACT exam Christopher Hansen a Coast Guard lieutenant accused of stockpiling weapons and targeting Supreme Court justices prominent Democrats in TV journalist pleaded guilty to gun and drug charges near Washington DC this is a P. radio news. a legal settlement has been reached over the deadliest mass shooting in US history attorneys for the victims of the Las Vegas shooting say they've reached a settlement to resolve lawsuits that's expected to pay between seven hundred and thirty five and eight hundred million dollars Las Vegas firm explains the amount of the settlement with MGM resorts international depends on the number of plaintiffs who choose to take part hundreds of lawsuits have been filed against the owner of the resort where the gunmen opened fire into an outdoor concert on October first twenty seventeen the company also owns the venue where fifty eight people died and hundreds were injured I actually have blurred Federal Trade Commission is ordering jul and five other vaping companies to hand over information about how they market east cigarettes there's a nationwide crackdown on vaping there.

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"gordon kaplan" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"gordon kaplan" Discussed on AP News

"I find. once again the question is inviting another country to interfere in our presidential elections. and the fundamental breach of his oath of office. because of our elections shepherd testimony on Capitol Hill from Kurt Volker about Ukraine until Friday when vocal resigned he was the US special envoy to Ukraine Ohio Republican congressman Jim Jordan says Democrats must be disappointed not one thing he has said comports with any of the Democrats impeachment narrative not one thing vocal resigned after being asked to testify to Congress about the whistle blower complaint Gordon Kaplan was sentenced to a month in prison in Boston in the college admissions bribery scandal the former chairman of a global law firm paid seventy five thousand dollars to rake his daughter's ACT exam Christopher Hansen a Coast Guard lieutenant accused of stockpiling weapons and targeting Supreme Court justices prominent Democrats in TV journalist pleaded guilty to gun and drug charges near Washington DC this is a P. radio news. a legal settlement has been reached over the deadliest mass shooting in US history attorneys for the victims of the Las Vegas shooting say they've reached a settlement to resolve lawsuits that's expected to pay between seven hundred and thirty five and eight hundred million dollars Las Vegas firm explains the amount of the settlement with MGM resorts international depends on the number of plaintiffs who choose to take part hundreds of lawsuits have been filed against the owner of the resort where the gunmen opened fire into an outdoor concert on October first twenty seventeen the company also owns the venue where fifty eight people died and hundreds were injured I surely have blurred Federal Trade Commission is ordering jul and five other vaping companies to hand over information about how they market east cigarettes there's a nationwide crackdown on vaping there has been an.

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"gordon kaplan" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"gordon kaplan" Discussed on KCRW

"The sailing program. He loved besides dad for various reasons, no student ever actually got into Stanford because van damore, he dearly regrets, his terrible mistake, lawyers say, and they sent the judge some thirty letters from supporters extolling Vanda Moore's honesty, and integrity hoping he gets. Only probation attorney Khader says that's unlikely there's a lot of work. You're for the attorneys to do you know they're sailing into a headwind, you know, if it was put up to a vote, the public would probably send all these people to jail for twenty years. Indeed. Prosecutors have a mountain of damning evidence against coaches, and parents, plus test, proctors, and test takers, who fraudulently boosted kids SAT, and ACT, scores all under the direction of the mastermind Rick singer. He's pleaded guilty to four counts of racketeering conspiracy, and obstruction of Justice, which could mean sixty five years in prison. But he's hoping his sentence will be cut because he's cooperating with the government to help Bill cases against others, including parents who used to be his clients. Many of already pleaded guilty, including actress, Felicity Huffman, and New York attorney Gordon Kaplan who've each expressed deep regret and shame. I'm really sorry to my daughter, who. I love more than anything in the world. Knew nothing about this. But other parents including actress, Laurie Lachlan have dug in their heels attorney Martin Weinberg represents two different parents who've pleaded not guilty donations that are made on an everyday basis by parents of students to universities. You know, we contend were not bribes instead donations. Meantime, Stanford says it wants nothing to do with that money, no matter what you call it. Stanford considers it tainted. And it says it's redirecting it for the public good the school did not weighing in on how much time van damore deserves.

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"gordon kaplan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"gordon kaplan" Discussed on KOMO

"York attorney Gordon Kaplan publicly apologizing the first parent caught up in the thirsty blue scandal to do so saying he sorry. First and foremost to his daughter, do nothing about this, because even apply to college. No Mench after appearing in a Boston federal court Kaplan, admitted to spending seventy five thousand dollars to include his daughters ACT score. Once again, on that story that's ABC's. Eva pilgrim the east German town of Swick. How is plunging into an era of changes top employer? Volkswagen creates its first all electric plants. The plan is to phase out production of the internal combustion engine 'cause built by generations of the circus, but the electric transformation raises questions about the long-term prospects of the auto industry, which employs eight hundred and fifty thousand people in Germany. I'm millions worldwide. Among the key concerns is electric caused engines and transmissions with thousands of mental policies that need to be assembled. The town's man says he sees stages in this, but also a chance for the manufacturing center to standout. I'm shells. It's eleven thirteen what it's worth? I'm Sherry Preston. The trade war with China hits another industry bikes. I'm not gonna buy a bike right now until. Things settle down, Sean shields, who says he was going to buy a new bike from south shore cycle, re in Wisconsin, but he won't be doing that right now not for a while. Co owner, St. Whitford says, tariffs have doubled and since more than ninety percent of bikes and bike parts come from China, his customers are holding on go up. They usually don't just come right back down. So there's gonna be a ripple in the water for a while. Nick Instore is Cohen, fixation. Bicycle company, nearby Milwaukee, he says he's actually looking at other countries now to manufacture the bikes designs because with a trade war booming. It's impossible to guess what might happen next as soon as complete uncertainty into the market from manufacturing side to the purchasing side to hiring investing market research shows that upper of bikes sold on the US during the first three months of the year down fifteen percent compared to last year. For what it's worth, Cheri Preston, ABC news, coming up after we check traffic.

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"gordon kaplan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"gordon kaplan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"It's like reliving that day all over again. And. Timothy's father is better stated once again. Instead authorities say this is not a boy at all. But a twenty three year old man from Ohio, Bryan. Michael Rennie prison records there. She'll man with the same name serve time for burglary in vandalism. They wanna know why he told this elaborate tail giving a family false hope. It's kinda back the ground zero through us now kind of reliving everything that did happen. And. Renewing the loss. One more time since twenty eleven pistons family has searched for the little boy who vanished with his mother when he was just six years old, which is more devastated. Anything else? Where's Tim ad for new? It was like we'll get him despite anything to back. His mother seen on surveillance taking him out of school and on a trip to a zoo and water parks days later, committing suicide leaving chilling note saying Timothy was safe, but would never be found parents involved in the college admissions cheating scam appeared in Boston federal court this week on charges. They paid bribes to get their kids into elite colleges one parent involved in the scam says he intends to plead guilty ABC's. Aaron Katersky has more. Gordon Kaplan, the co of international law firm, willkie Farr and Gallagher said in a statement, he intends to enter a guilty plea to the criminal charge against him. Kaplan allegedly paid seventy five thousand dollars to rig his daughters. ACT? His statement said she had no knowledge whatsoever about what he had done and has been devastated to learn it Kaplan cities deeply ashamed and pledged to win back the trust and respect of his daughter, family and community a Pennsylvania judge handed out the first jail sentences in the twenty seventeen hazing death of a nineteen year old Penn State fraternity pledge three of the former Penn State fraternity brothers accused in the hazing death of nineteen year old pledge Tim Piazza will spend time behind bars. They are the first of the twenty six form of students to be sentenced, Luke Visser, Michael Bonnici and just worker do ski will spend one to nine months in jail. They pleaded guilty to hazing and conspiracy to commit hazing..

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"gordon kaplan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"gordon kaplan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Authorities say this is not a boy at all. But a twenty three year old man from Ohio, Bryan. Michael Rennie prison records their show a man with the same name serve time for burglary and vandalism. They wanna know why he told this elaborate tail giving a family false hope to grow zero through us. Now, kind of reliving everything that did happen. And. Renewing the loss. One more time since twenty eleven pistons family has searched for the little boy who vanished with his mother when he was just six years old, which is more devastated. Anything else? Where's Tim ad? Despite anything to come back. His mother seen on surveillance taking him out of school and on a trip to a zoo and water parks days later, committing suicide leaving chilling note saying Timothy was safe, but would never be found parents involved in the college admissions cheating scam appeared in Boston federal court this week on charges. They paid bribes to get their kids into elite colleges one parent involved in the scam says he intends to plead guilty ABC's. Aaron Katersky has more. Gordon Kaplan, the co-chairman of the international law firm, willkie Farr and Gallagher said in a statement, he intends to enter a guilty plea to the criminal charge against him. Kaplan allegedly paid seventy five thousand dollars to rig his daughters. ACT his statement said she had no knowledge whatsoever about what he had done and has been devastated to learn it Kaplan said he's deeply ashamed and pledged to win back the trust and respect of his daughter, family and community a Pennsylvania judge handed out the first jail sentences in the two thousand seventeen hazing death of. Nineteen year old Penn State fraternity pledge three of the former Penn State fraternity brothers accused in the hazing death nineteen year old pledge Tim Piazza will spend time behind bars. They are the first of the twenty six former students to be sentenced, Luke, Visser, Michael Bonnici and Joshua zoo. Sqi will spend one to nine months in jail. They pleaded guilty to hazing and conspiracy to commit hazing..

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"gordon kaplan" Discussed on World News This Week

World News This Week

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"gordon kaplan" Discussed on World News This Week

"But also a group that has been moving out of Chicago in recent years due in part to violence and housing issues. Life will also be the first openly gay mayor after beating out another black female candidate. And earlier Bill Daley of the legendary Chicago political family who also served as chief of staff to President Obama. The historic moment was not lost on Lightfoot. I remembered something Martin Luther King said when I was very young face. He said is taking the first step when you can't see the staircase. Why are we couldn't see the whole staircase when we started this journey, but we had faith and abiding faith in the city. It's people and it is future. So we took that first step now. Life would faces big challenges ahead, including a pension crisis. That's ongoing, and though the murder rate has come down recently crime still remains a major issue. Chicago, a devastating turn in the case of a missing, Illinois. Boy ABC's with Johnson has more heartbreak for the family of missing Timothy Pitts it after the FBI announced a DNA test confirms the mysterious young man who showed up in Kentucky is not who he claimed to be devastating. It's like reliving that day all over again. And. Timothy's father is devastated once again, instead authorities say this is not a boy at all. But at twenty three year old man from Ohio, Bryan, Michael Rennie prison records their show a man with the same name serve time for burglary and vandalism. They want to know why he told this elaborate tail giving a family false hope. Back to grow zero for us. I'm kind of reliving everything that did happen. And. Renewing the loss. One more time since twenty eleven pinson's family has searched for the little boy who vanished with his mother when he was just six years old, which is more devastated. Anything else? Where's Tim ad? I knew it wasn't go get him despite anything to come back. His mother seen on surveillance taking him out of school and on a trip to a zoo and water parks days later committing suicide leaving a chilling note saying Timothy was safe, but would never be found parents involved in the college admissions cheating scam appeared in Boston federal court this week on charges. They paid bribes to get their kids into elite colleges one parent involved in the scam says he intends to plead guilty ABC's. Aaron Katersky has more. Gordon Kaplan, the co-chairman of the international law firm, willkie Farr and Gallagher said in a statement, he intends to enter a guilty plea to the criminal charge against him. Kaplan allegedly paid seventy five thousand dollars to rig his daughter's age. ACT? His statement said she had no knowledge whatsoever about what he had done and has been devastated to learn it Kaplan said he's deeply ashamed and pledged to win back the trust and respect of his daughter, family and community a Pennsylvania judge handed out the first jail sentences in the 2017 hazing death of a nineteen year old Penn State fraternity pledge three of the former Penn State fraternity brothers accused in the hazing death of nineteen year old pledge Tim Piazza will spend time behind bars. They are the first of the twenty sixth form former students to be sentenced lucht Visser, Michael Bonnici and Joshua zoo. Sqi will spend one to nine months in jail. They pleaded guilty to hazing and conspiracy to commit hazing..

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"gordon kaplan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"gordon kaplan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer. President Trump visited a stretch of the southern border in California today where he served a newly renovated barrier fence and beers Rasco reports Trump used the trip to highlight concerns about border security. Trump says the US is no longer able to accommodate migrants crossing the southern border to seek asylum. He said detention centers are overwhelmed by the influx of Central American families coming into the country. And what is full is nothing. You can do you have to say, I'm sorry. We can't take you. Trump have threatened to shut down the border with Mexico completely this week. He's backed off the immediate threat saying he would I apply tariffs on car imports from Mexico if the country doesn't crack down on migrants, traveling to the US, but while in California, Trump said closing the border is not off the table. Aisha Roscoe NPR news, the White House in his first speech since facing criticism from several women for his hands on interactions in public. Former vice president Joe Biden today told a group of electrical workers, he's sorry. He didn't fully understand how some actions might be perceived though, he said he has never intentionally been disrespectful to anyone Biden is widely believed to be considering entering the democratic presidential primary race Burs yet to formally do. So Meanwhile, President Trump appears to be keeping a close eye on as possible. Twenty twenty rivals hang on Twitter that he's employed thousands of electrical workers in quote, they will be voting for. For me and other parent implicated in the elaborate, college admissions scandal is expected to plead guilty. The latest from Kirk Harrop has of member station W H in Boston. Gordon kaplan. The former co chairman of a New York law firm is the second parent to agreed to plead guilty in the case. Federal prosecutors say Kaplan who appeared in court earlier this week paid seventy five thousand dollars to grant his daughter extra time on the ACT. And then correct, her answers his law firm place. Kaplan on leave after he was arrested by federal authorities last month, so far five people have pleaded guilty in the case, including two athletic coaches, and Rick singer, the admissions consultant allegedly at the center of the scheme for NPR news. I'm Kirk in Boston better-than-expected, March jobs numbers show companies were not only hiring last month. But apparently were holding onto the workers. They do have the monthly report from the Labor Department shows the economy, adding one hundred ninety six thousand jobs while the unemployment rate stayed steady at three point eight. Percent. But even so grant Thornton chief economist, Diane Swonk says the numbers are lagging a bit Konami is slowing fairly dramatically in twenty eight nineteen relative to twenty eighteen but not collapsing yet government says jobs growth surgeon, both the service sector and in healthcare healthcare added forty nine thousand jobs last month, stocks moved higher on the positive jobs numbers. The Dow gained forty points. The NASDAQ was up forty six points today. This is NPR. This is WNYC in New York. I'm Lance lucky. A state supreme court judge has temporarily lifted a ban on unvaccinated minors from visiting public places. Judge Ross Thorson said the ban caused parents unvaccinated children irreparable harm, but public health. Experts say the decision will fuel the spread of measles. Dr Peter hotels is a dean at the Baylor. College of medicine in Houston. The ban was the legitimate effort by the public health authorities to try to contain this outbreak. So I think. Ruling in. This was unwise one is going to even get harder to contain this. A hearing scheduled for April nineteenth to determine whether the ban will be permanently. Struck down rocking county has had one hundred sixty seven confirmed cases of measles county. Officials haven't come ended on the judge's ruling. Nearly a dozen exceptions were carved out of the plastic bag ban for dry cleaning bags and newspaper delivery sleeves w x is Ryan Kyla says a new Bill will target one of the biggest exceptions. Everyone's got an opinion on the plastic bag ban environmentalists thrilled, the governor's thrilled assembly member, Patricia Fahey wants more. We want to close a very big environmental loophole faces the band doesn't go far enough. Yes. Some twenty nine thousand grocery stores in New York. We'll stop bagging with plastic. But more than fifty thousand restaurants in the state can keep using it. Lots of people that are. Out. That's a lot more plastic bags phase new Bill would stop that restaurants could turn to paper bags though, they're pricier. The state restaurant association says it's not opposed to the idea. Just wants to hear details of the proposal. First, light, rain or drizzle overnight. This is WNYC support.

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"gordon kaplan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"gordon kaplan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Far police starts saying whether the two connected state police arrested Dartmouth police officer charges of child rape against Sean Sousa being held without bail due to appear in court Monday for a dangerous to searing providence attorney planning to plead guilty for his role in the college admissions cheating scandal. Gordon Kaplan, the highest profile Perritt yet to admit committing fraud to get his kid into an elite school state lawmakers set to vote on a Bill to outlaw cell phone used by drivers the Bill would allow only hands free use devices by drivers at the wheel the Massachusetts Senator and presidential candidate. Elizabeth Warren calling for an end to the filibuster in the United States Senate. It's an age old debating tool that senators have been using. To delay action on legislation. You text you drive. Now, you pay that's the slogan of the national highway safety campaign, it's aimed at decreasing the number of drivers using their cell phones. When behind the wheel now, the superintendent of Rhode Island state police says additional troopers are being assigned to special road patrols to enforce that states. No texting while driving law. Colonel Manny says distracted driving has become a major issue and a cause of death of or injury on the roadways of Rhode Island in large part because hand-held self few phone use while driving is dangerous and speaking of your cell phone, AT and T is coming under fire for fooling some customers into thinking. They're magically getting some faster service, the company apparently wants Android, an iphone uses to think they already have the increased speed of five g service, but really some ATT uses. Seeing a civil for five GE in the corner of their phone screens and CBS Larry maggot says the company is trying to look like it's ahead of the game. When it really is. It is really because I don't even know what five G E is. I guess you can create something and give it a name and then claim well, it's not really five G five G E. But as far as I know five G if the fight faster version of four G, and I doubt if anybody's going to really appreciate much different their experts say while the first true five g phones should be arriving later this year, there won't be anything close to nationwide coverage and five g service until at least twenty twenty googling is dissolving. The artificial intelligence ethics board at form doling a week ago. We get the story from Lisa Carter. Google created the external advisory board to monitor the company's use of AI the board came under fire when Google announced its members included Heritage Foundation, president k Cole James James has a note a conservative figure who's open. Openly voice anti LGBT opinions and use the conservative think tank to fight against transgender rights and oppose efforts to change. The tech shine says it will continue to be responsible in its work on the important issues associated with artificial intelligence and this week we say goodbye to Google's failed social network. It was called Google plus seen Ian share tells us whether or not this is a big deal. It's a big deal for Google that Google plus no longer exists. It's a real sign of their failure to compete against people like Facebook and Twitter and Google over the last fifteen years or so it really tried to take over a lot of aspects of how we use the internet. Whether it's on our phones or Email or mapping apps, and a lot of cases, they've been successful. But not with social networking. Dan. Speaking of social networking Snapchat is trying something new here. CBS Diane king hall. Sam Chad is getting into mobile gaming in an effort to grow its user base at an event in LA yesterday. The company announced snap games, which allows users to play games with their friends via the Snapchat app. Analysts say mobile gaming is expected to be a one hundred billion dollar industry within two years. Stop chats. Move into gaming comes just a week after apple unveiled its new gaming subscription. Apple, arcade. Not everyone into gaming princes. Prince Britain's Prince Harry with an attack on social media in the popular video game fortnight speaking at a mental health event. Harry, Colin them addictive ABC's. Lana Hossan reports London. Royal battle between Prince, Harry and popular fortnight the battle royale game with over two hundred million users worldwide. And social media this just days off to he and Megan's new Sussex, swirl, Instagram account, broke a Guinness world record amassing followers. The prince calling social media quotes more addictive than alcohol and drugs. Last month lawmakers in the UK publishing a report that found out of children who spend three to four.

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"gordon kaplan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"gordon kaplan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Biden address and impromptu gathering reporters today after he spoke at a union groups conference in Washington DC where he had jokingly referenced concerns about his tendency to get to touchy feely with his supporters without warning. When asked about when he planned to announce a decision to run for president in twenty twenty Biden said relatively soon. A third federal judge is blocking the Trump administration's plans to include a citizenship question on the twenty twenty cents. NPR's Hans he lo Wong reports. The ruling out of Maryland's likely to be appeal to the US court you controversial question asks is this person a citizen of United States US district? Judge George Hazel Maryland has now joined to other federal judges in New York and California and concluding that the decision to add the question violated administrative law. Judge Hazel also ruled that including the question would be unconstitutional. He found that asking about citizenship in the current political climate of increase immigration enforcement, and anti immigrant rhetoric could hinder the government's ability to count every person living in the US next year as constitution requires land. The question of already been blocked by an earlier ruling by judge in New York. The supreme court is hearing arguments on April twenty third on lung NPR news, New York and other parent implicated in the elaborate college admission scheme is expected to plead guilty. We have the latest from Kirk hair Pez, if member station of GBH in Boston, Gordon Kaplan. The former co chairman of New York law firm is the second parent to agreed to plead guilty in the case. Federal prosecutors say Kaplan who appeared in court earlier this week paid seventy five thousand dollars to grant his daughter extra time on the ACT. And then correct, her answers his law firm place. Kaplan on leave after he was arrested by federal authorities last month, so far five people have pleaded guilty in the case, including two, athletes coaches, and Rick singer, admissions consultant allegedly at the center of the scheme for NPR news. I'm Kirk Arup has in Boston. Resident Trump says he wants to appoint four pizza executive GOP? Presidential hopeful Herman Cain to a seat on the Federal Reserve Board. Here's NPR's Scott Horsely. So Trump has been critical of the fed saying the US economy would be growing faster, the central Bank not raised interest rates last year. Now, the president wants to fill two vacancies on the central bank's governing board with fed critics. I there was Stephen Moore the conservative commentator from the Heritage Foundation. And now Herman Cain. A one time White House hopeful who's advocated return to the gold standard. That's more reporting. This is NPR from K Q E D news, I'm Brian watt. The state supreme court is upholding a San Francisco law that banned cell phone towers that spoil the view cake UD's. Racquel maria. Dylan reports San Francisco law says wireless equipment shouldn't be installed. If it quote diminishes the city's beauty t mobile into other wireless companies sued arguing that state law allows them to install infrastructure as long as it doesn't obstruct public roadways and that law should override the local ordinance the court wrote that unisom polities do have the right to police land use Steve Weissman, professor at the Goldman school of public policy. At UC Berkley says this comes as cell service providers are rolling out new ultra high-speed five G cell towers. So they're worried that this will set a precedent. There could be pressure by citizens placed and other municipal governor. To adopt similar kinds of restrictions to those in San Cisco t mobile declined to comment on the ruling. I'm Racquel Maria. Dylan kinky news, San Francisco police arrested the man suspected of slashing someone who tried to remove his make America great again hat cake. You Jeremy Siegel reports. The incident occurred outside a roller rink in the lower Haight last Friday when the Twenty-seven-year-old victim got into an argument with a man in a maga- hat in swatted the hat off his head, according to FPDA, the suspect thirty year old leader burglar, drew a sword and cut the victim's left hand before running away. Police arrested Burg Lind on Wednesday. And he was later booked into San Francisco county jail on tempted murder and four other charges..

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"gordon kaplan" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"gordon kaplan" Discussed on KCRW

"Addressed and impromptu gathering of reporters today after he spoke at a union groups conference in Washington DC where he had jokingly referenced concerns about his tendency to get too touchy feely with his supporters without warning. When asked about when he planned to announce a decision to run for president in two thousand twenty Biden said relatively soon. A third federal judge is blocking the Trump administration's plans to include a citizenship question on the twenty twenty cents. NPR's Hans he lo Wong reports. The ruling out of Maryland is likely to be appealed to the US supreme court. You controversial question asks is this person a citizen of the United States US district? Judge George Hazel in Maryland has now joined to other federal judges in New York and California in concluding that the decision to add the question violated administrative law. Judge Hazel also ruled that including the question would be unconstitutional. He found that asking about citizenship in the current political climate of increase immigration enforcement, and anti immigrant rhetoric could hinder the government's ability to count every person living in the US next year as a constitution requires plans by the question of already been blocked by an earlier ruling by judge in New York. The supreme court is hearing arguments on April twenty third on NPR news New York, another parent implicated in the elaborate college admission scheme is expected to plead guilty. We have the latest from Kirk hair Pez, if member station W GBH in Boston, Gordon Kaplan. The former co chairman of a New York law firm is the second parent to agreed to plead guilty in the case. Federal prosecutors say Kaplan who appeared in court earlier this week paid seventy five thousand dollars to grant his daughter extra time on the ACT. And then correct, her answers his law firm place. Kaplan on leave after he was arrested by federal authorities last month, so far five people have pleaded guilty in the case, including two, athletes coaches, and Rick singer, admissions consultant allegedly at the center of the scheme for NPR news. I'm Kirk error in Boston resident Trump says he wants to appoint for pizza executive GOP. Presidential hopeful Herman Cain to a seat on the Federal Reserve Board. Here's NPR's Scott Horsely, Trump has been critical of the fed saying the US economy would be growing faster, the central Bank not raised interest rates last year. Now, the president wants to fill two vacancies on the central bank's governing board with fed critics. I there was Stephen Moore the conservative commentator from the Heritage Foundation. And now Herman Cain. In a one time White House hopeful who's advocated return to the gold standard. That's so reporting. This is NPR support for NPR comes from ADP committed to designing a better way to work. So everyone couldn't achieve what they're working for ADP always designing for people. Learn more at design dot ADP dot com. Lawrence.

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"gordon kaplan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"gordon kaplan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Only all-news morning show. It is five twenty three sixty degrees in Chandler, good morning. I'm Jamie, west actresses Lori Laughlin in Felicity Huffman will appear before a federal judge in Boston today there among those charged in the college admissions cheating scandal. A prominent lawyer will also be there just last year. Gordon Kaplan was named the dealmaker of the year. But now he's been put on leave from the big law firm where he's co-chairman following his alleged bogus charity payment to rig is daughters. ACT court records said Kaplan was caught on a wiretap discussing with the schemes mastermind how his daughter should fake learning. Disability to get extra time on the test. Kaplan said he worried about. The moral issue. But federal prosecutors said he's still paid seventy five thousand dollars to cheat. Aaron Katersky ABC news, Boston KTAR is on immigration saying he's pleased with steps. Mexico has taken in recent days. President Trump eased up on his threats to close the southern border. But he hasn't backed off completely. And I'm totally ready to do it. And I will say this many people want me to do it. Meanwhile, the head of homeland security says her department will treat the situation at the border like a cat five hurricane. We'll get the latest from KTAR Jim cross coming up at five thirty. Did you see this Jamie now at country thunder? Well, it's now it's coming up. You're going to be able to rent your own porta potty. Oh, you have to share with anybody hundred and forty dollars worth it. It may be worth it. I'm thinking I can dig my own hole for a lot less than that. Is a lot less extent. That's true. All right. Let's get over to Dani Sullivan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic.

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"gordon kaplan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"gordon kaplan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To the college admissions cheating scandal is back in federal court in Boston today due to appear actresses Lori. Laughlin in Felicity Huffman and a prominent lawyer just last year. Gordon Kaplan was named a dealmaker of the year. But now he's been put on leave from the big law firm MAURICE co-chairman following his alleged bogus charity payment to rig is daughters. ACT court records said Kaplan was caught on a wiretap discussing with the schemes mastermind how his daughter should fake a learning. Disability to get extra time on the test. Kaplan said he worried about the moral issue. But federal prosecutors said he's still paid seventy five thousand dollars to cheat. ABC's Aaron Katersky and WBZ will be in federal court for today's appearances a walkout at Wellesley high school nearly three hundred students walked off campus yesterday calling for improved race relations in the schools that after Wellesley high teacher received a racist, Email, attacking our character. And teaching ability is being investigated by school officials students are taking their concerns to the superintendent disappointment for Boston Fleetwood, MAC fans. Last night show at the garden scrapped relatively late yesterday afternoon. Bam member was sick. No word on who. And no word on rescheduled date. Hold onto your tickets. But the late afternoon announcement some fans showed up at the garden having no idea. There was no show. Several tweeting great I'm already on the train. And I can't believe I flew into Boston for this. While the Red Sox shot out again by the as on the west coast. The only run of the game a first inning homerun off Chris sale Benintendi, hustling back. Socks are now one and five dead last in the American League east. And yes, it is early by fans are stressed out. Even before the home opener Chris femme joins us now he's outside Fenway park. Chris good morning. Good morning to you as well. What are the beautiful things about baseball? Is that it lends itself to language, which has produced many? East of American culture. For instance, the baseball season is a marathon, not a sprint. So a slow start. It didn't necessarily the end of the world or you can't win the pennant in April. But you can lose it in April and a one in five starts a terrific way to lose the darn thing. But the phrase from baseball that is perhaps most appropriate today as the rain bulbs down on during this northeaster. There's no joy in Bill. I should be able to go out there and get it done with. How many starts a have kind of stuff? I have that day. Expect a lot on myself. That stocks starting pitcher Chris sale who suffered his second loss of the season last night. He didn't pitch poorly per se, but he fell victim to the long ball dumping. The stocks have sort of an epidemic as a step talks pitches of allowed fifteen home runs already this piece, and that's one for every five plus out. So they don't even go to innings without giving one up to this team the defending champs. They've started the year in the west.

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Law firm Willkie places co-chairman on leave after U.S. college fraud bust

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Law firm Willkie places co-chairman on leave after U.S. college fraud bust

"News more fallout today from the college admissions cheating scandal, the law firm of willkie Farr and Gallagher placed it's co-chairman on leave after Gordon. Kaplan was charged in the college admission scheme. Kaplan was one of nearly three dozen parents accused he allegedly paid a purported charitable contribution of seventy five thousand dollars that he knew was meant to bribe in ACT Proctor who would correct any errors by Catlin's daughter. The firm said at a statement in light of the seriousness of the matter. Mr. Kaplan has been placed

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"gordon kaplan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"gordon kaplan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Good morning. Michael. Good morning. Nathan. Dozens of arrests have been made in a vast plot to get children of some wealthy parents admitted to elite colleges among celebrities. It has also snared names and finance philanthropy and law, including Gordon Kaplan, the co chairman of the willkie Farr and Gallagher law firm in New York and Manuel and Rica's chief executive officer of Hercules capital. Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has the story. These included Yale Stanford UCLA and Georgetown, the allegations. Hiring a consultant to pay to cheat on admission tests and other charges included as well FBI special agent in charge Joseph Bonneville Onta this is a case where they flaunted their wealth sparing, no expense. To cheat the system so so they could set their children up for success with the best education money could buy literally he says, the real victims are those deserving kids who got cut out because the cheetah's took their place in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. Bloomberg daybreak. President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort will be sentenced for a second time today. Manafort who was already sentenced to almost four years last week faces up to ten more years in prison. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says he is waiting for the results of Robert Muller's Russia investigation to decide if it presents evidence that President Trump committed impeachable offenses Schumer said that congress needs to make sure the report is made public so Americans can make their own conclusions about the investigation. The one thing we should be doing right now, in my opinion is making sure that the entire Muller report with appropriate reductions.

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"gordon kaplan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"gordon kaplan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"One more example of health, the rich and powerful know how to take care of their own and everybody else just gets left behind. I think that's wrong CEO's were also involved, including men well in Rica's of Hercules capital. And Gordon Kaplan the co chair of the willkie Farr and Gallagher law firm in New York yesterday, Hercules capital fell as much as ten percent during the day before closing down eight point nine percent. President Trump's former campaign chairman is set to be sentenced for a second time today. Paul Manafort will be sentenced this time before a federal judge in the district of Columbia Manafort who was sentenced to prison for nearly four years last week faces up to ten more years and the question of whether the sentences can run concurrently. The Senate is expected to vote tomorrow on the president's emergency declaration on the US Mexico border. Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell says that there is discomfort with national emergency law McConnell said there are discussions on limiting the president's ability to declare emergency. But any limits may not apply to the current situation. They use of the national emergency. Law generated a good deal of discussion. And we'll continue having those discussions, but it'll all come to a head on Thursday. The clock runs and vote will occur on Thursday. President Trump declared a national emergency last month to access funding for its proposed border wall. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and that tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg. Nathan thanks,.

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"gordon kaplan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"gordon kaplan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Does not have a support of this house. And quite clearly no deal. Must be taken off the table. A delay to the UK's exit from the EU now seems inevitable with no agreement in place just sixteen days before the withdrawal date markets appear to be welcoming the prospect of a delay. Vasily Sarah, cough is FX strategist at UBS. Clearly, the situation is very fluid. There's still a lot of scenarios a lot of uncertainty. But it seems that the probability of a hard Brexit that list in the minds of investors is actually receding, but a delay also threatens to bring down Theresa May's government, and that could open the door to another referendum. Richard Whitman is an associate fellow at Chatham house. Second. Referendum Mary, something that certainly can't be ruled that possibly a general election is more likely proposition from the pound has been strengthening overnight. It's currently trading at a dollar thirty one fifty and Asia today. Stocks slumped following weak economic data from Japan and Australia. Bloomberg's Juliette Sally joins us from Singapore with the details. Good morning. Juliet good morning. Karen will yen strength. So that guy two to five lose one percent. Call machine orders were down five point four percent. In January worse than expected to notch shop third straight monthly decline and really just adding to these consents that trade tensions and cooling external demand. A taking a toll on the nation's export-dependent economy. The AUSSIE dollar and Ozzy bond yields retreated after more disappointing economic data down under consumer sentiment. Fooling almost five percent to its weakest rating since September twenty seventeen soaks in China came off recent gains. Although once again, a number of a shares formed golden cross signals technicals therefore backing many analysts views at the recent rally still has. Legs in Singapore. I'm Juliet Solly, Bloomberg daybreak. Juliette? Thank you s and p futures up about two points. Dow futures down five NASDAQ futures are up seven and straight ahead. We have the latest world and national news. This is Bloomberg. Thank you. Karen? It's five oh seven on Wall Street, and Michael Barr has more of what's going on around the world. Good morning. Michael. Good morning. Nathan. Dozens of arrests have been made in a vast plot to get children of some wealthy parents admitted to elite colleges among celebrities. It is also snared names in finance the land therapy and law, including Gordon Kaplan, the co chair of the willkie Farr and Gallagher law firm in New York and Manuel Rica's chief executive officer of Hercules capital. Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has the story. These included Yale Stanford UCLA Georgetown, the allegations. Hiring a consultant to pay to cheat on admission tests and other charges included as well FBI special agent in charge Joseph Bonneville Onta this is a case where they flaunted their wealth sparing, no expense. To cheat. The system SU SU they could set their children up for success with the best education money could buy literally he says, the real victims are those deserving kids who got cut out because the cheaters took their place in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. Bloomberg daybreak. President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort will be sentenced for a second time today. Manafort who was already sentenced to almost four years last week faces up to ten more years in prison. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says he is waiting for the results of Robert Muller's Russia investigation to decide if it presents evidence that President Trump committed impeachable offenses Schumer said that congress needs to make sure the report is made public so Americans can make their own conclusions about the investigation. The one thing we should be doing right now, in my opinion is making.

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