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West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice on the Hook for $700m in Loans

WSJ What's News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice on the Hook for $700m in Loans

"Virginia governor. Jim justice is on the hook for seven hundred million dollars worth of loans. His businesses took from the now defunct finance firm green silk capital. According to people familiar with the arrangements justice personally guaranteed the loans on behalf of bluestone resources his sprawling network of coal companies. The bluestone companies were one of the largest borrowers from greenville which package the loans and sold them to swiss banking giant credit. Suisse credit suisse is now trying to recoup its money. Neither a spokesman for mr justice nor lawyers for bluestone responded to requests for comment in march bluestone brought a lawsuit in a new york. Federal court alleging greenfield committed fraud in its lending

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West Virginia governor announces 168 unreported COVID deaths

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

West Virginia governor announces 168 unreported COVID deaths

"The governor of west Virginia's announcing dozens of covert nineteen deaths in his state went unreported and that could up end the data that was used to lift virus restrictions West Virginia governor Jim justice apologized and called it unacceptable some one hundred sixty eight corona virus deaths went unreported he says officials discovered sixty four hospitals nursing homes and care centers failed to report deaths to the state health department according to state records there have been two thousand three hundred thirty Kobe deaths in West Virginia not including the one hundred sixty eight with infections and hospitalizations dropping over the past two months the governor last week lifted capacity restrictions on businesses and allowed larger social gatherings I'm Jackie Quinn

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"governor jim justice" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"governor jim justice" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Way are pushing him like crazy to get more and more and more vaccines. I'm very, very hopeful to be back on the phone with the Vita administration with the their Corona viruses are here in just a little bit. And and believe me, Bay. I'm pushing just as hard as I knew how to push and so are our people. We did get a trickle. Morva vaccines. We got 3700 more of the Madonna vaccines in this week. We're just gonna keep pushing and pushing to try to get more and more that update from West Virginia Governor Jim Justice. Meanwhile, the brass has Governor Pete Ricketts announcing today that he would self quarantine after coming in close contact with an individual who later tested positive for covert 19 a statement from the Nebraska governor's office indicating that Governor Rick it's had not tested positive and would be tested again in the future. He is not exhibiting any of the covert 19 symptoms. The World Health Organization team investigating the origins of Corona virus pandemic visiting to disease control centers earlier today that had an early hand in managing the outbreak in the central Chinese city of Wuhan. Maria then Kirk Hope is one of the leading technical experts for the World Health Organization to give the floor to Stephanie Lee behave from writers. Defend you have the floor. Thanks very much. It's some Thanks very much. If I'm can you hear me? Sorry. Yes. Go ahead carefully. We can hear you perfectly. E wanted. Dr Ted Rose might give us an update of his assessment of the mission in Boo Han so far in terms of access to sites. And quality of information or research received from Chinese colleagues there..

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"governor jim justice" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"governor jim justice" Discussed on KOMO

"$1.9 trillion Plan, Louisiana Senator Bill Cassidy on ABC this week. Our money goes to that income level where we know it will stimulate the economy, and, theoretically, that's what they actually want. Republicans proposing a $600 billion plan, lowering the eligibility for stimulus checks and cutting off a number of democratic editions. Such as $15, an hour minimum wage hazard back pay for essential frontline workers, some aid for state and local governments and more. But there are some areas of agreement including Biden's $160 Billion allocation for vaccine development and distribution. And while the dollar figures may vary, the Republicans do support some additional small business assistance and boost to federal unemployment insurance. Marco Malard. ABC NEWS Corona virus Vaccine numbers lagging behind with the Trump Administration promised and what governors counted upon having unhand to administer, but a different story in West Virginia, the state of model of efficiency when it comes to getting shots into arms. The state's governor. Jim Justice on ABC is this week says West Virginia's vaccine plan works because it's modular and can be set up. Wherever it's needed. We had to take the vaccines to the people. Rather than bring the people to the vaccine, and you know so They're just just not a lot of work, but it's just it's just practical smarts. Meanwhile, the pandemic continues to spread variants could increase infection risks. South Carolina and now Maryland, the first U. S. States to detect cases of the South Africa Corona virus variant. Doctor. She's John dean of Brown University School of Public Health. He's variance or probably everywhere, not just in the states where identifying them but in others as well. Monitoring group, saying that more than 4700 people were detained by police across Russia as tens of thousands chanted anti Putin slogans and protested for the release of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected..

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"governor jim justice" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"governor jim justice" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"No longer lost. I'm Mary Course Study Fox News. This just in 33 missing Children had been rescued on the streets of Los Angeles and an FBI human trafficking investigation. The bureau sharing the news on Twitter Saturday night following a multi day operation, known as Lost Angels, in partnership with the LAPD and Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, Plus the New Secretary of defense. Lloyd Austin is giving his senior advisers two weeks to send in reports on sexual assault prevention programs in the military. Austin is also seeking Assessment on what has worked and what hasn't in the past is memo went out Saturday, fulfilling a commitment he made to senators last week during his confirmation hearings, vowing to immediately address the problems of sexual assault and harassment in the ranks, which defense and military leaders have dealt with for years, and reports of sexual assault have steadily gone up since 2006 also knew tonight. Janet Yellen's final Senate vote for Treasury secretary is set for Monday. The Senate Finance Committee unanimously approving President Biden's nomination of Janet Yellen to be Treasury secretary. Full Senate vote could take place as soon as Monday. The former Fed chair would be the first woman to serve in the post. Yellen is calling for swift passage of the president's $1.9 trillion stimulus plan. The package would include $1400 checks for most Americans, boxes. John Scott reporting. Meanwhile, more backlash tonight over President Biden's executive order that essentially scrubs the Keystone XL pipeline project president says addressing climate change is a top priority for his administration and ending the pipeline will help do that a Republican West Virginia Governor Jim Justice believes this order will have an impact on the whole country. There's no way that this country today can do without natural gas or coal or all you can eat it Xcaret Bliss to think that we could do without that today. Governor Jim Justice speaking on America's news headquarters, President Biden also sunning in order to have the US rejoin the Paris climate Agreement. America.

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"governor jim justice" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"governor jim justice" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"LAPD and Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Plus the new Secretary of defense. Lloyd Austin, is giving his senior advisers two weeks to send in reports on sexual assault prevention programs in the military. Austin is also seeking an assessment on what has worked and what hasn't in the past is memo went out Saturday, fulfilling a commitment he made to senators last week during his confirmation hearings, vowing to immediately address the problems of sexual assault and harassment in the ranks, which defense and military leaders have dealt with for years, and reports of sexual assault have steadily gone up since 2000. And six also knew tonight. Janet Yellen's final Senate vote for Treasury secretary is set for Monday. The Senate Finance Committee unanimously approving President Biden's nomination of Janet Yellen, to be Treasury secretary of full Senate vote could take place as soon as Monday. The former Fed chair would be the first woman to serve in the post. Yellen is calling for swift passage of the president's $1.9 trillion stimulus plan. The package would include $1400 checks for most Americans, boxes. John Scott reporting. Meanwhile, more backlash tonight over President Biden's executive order that essentially scrubs the Keystone XL pipeline project president says addressing climate change is a top priority for his administration and ending the pipeline will help do that. But Republican West Virginia governor Jim Justice believes this order will have an impact on the whole country. There's no way that this country today And do without natural gas or coal or all you can't mean it. Zagreb list to think that we could do without that today. Governor Jim Justice, speaking on America's news headquarters, President Biden also sunning in order to have the US rejoin the Paris climate Agreement. America.

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"governor jim justice" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"governor jim justice" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Destination. The bureau sharing the news on Twitter Saturday night following a multi day operation, known as Lost Angels, in partnership with the LAPD and Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Plus the New Secretary of defense. Lloyd Austin is giving his senior advisers two weeks to send in reports on sexual assault prevention programs in the military. Austin is also seeking an assessment on what has worked and what hasn't in the past. His memo went out Saturday, fulfilling a commitment he made to senators last week during his confirmation hearings. Vowing to immediately address the problems of sexual assault and harassment in the ranks, which defense and military leaders have dealt with for years, and reports of sexual assault have steadily gone up since 2006 also knew tonight. Janet Yellen's final Senate vote for Treasury secretary is set for Monday. The Senate Finance Committee unanimously approving President Biden's nomination of Janet Yellen, to be Treasury secretary of full Senate vote could take place as soon as Monday. The former Fed chair would be the first woman to serve in the post. Yellen is calling for swift passage of the president's one point $9 trillion stimulus plan. The package would include $1400 checks for most Americans, boxes. John Scott reporting. Meanwhile, more backlash tonight over President Biden's executive order that essentially scrubs the Keystone XL pipeline project President says addressing climate change is a top priority for his administration and ending the pipeline will help do that Republican West Virginia Governor Jim Justice believes this order will have an impact on the whole country. There's no way that this country today Can do without natural gas or coal or all you can't mean it. Zip revelers to think that we could do without that today. Governor Jim Justice, speaking on America's news headquarters, President Biden also sunning in order to have the US rejoin the Paris climate Agreement. America.

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"governor jim justice" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"governor jim justice" Discussed on 790 KABC

"With Project Shine. It's 12 50. On a holiday on the John Phillip Show, and Randy, What do you say we play the few? It's time to play the feud, Everybody Now because it is the family feud that we're playing. You have to picture me is my best. Richard Dawson. So that means that I'm gonna have gin on my breath. I'm gonna hand you a lollipop. And if you're a big breasted woman, I'm gonna motorboat you. You got to give a bunch of people a big, fat wet kiss, even though you still have the Rhona. How absolutely right on the lips. For all to see it Hi Known. So here's the question to you on the feud. The State of California has done an abysmal job at vaccinating its population. Let's see if you can name a state or a territory that's done a better job of vaccinating its population than California. 800 to 2 to ABC is the number 1 802 2 to 5 to two to let's go to the phones and begin with Paul. Paul. You're on K A B. C. Welcome. Yes, Uh, West Virginia with Republican Governor Jim Justice is doing a little over 98% Let's see West Virginia. That's right. West Virginia has populated has vaccinated rather 6.3% of its population and offered a vaccine. To everyone at a nursing home in their state. California has vaccinated 2.2% of its population. So West Virginia is doing three times a better job than the state of California. And that's Apple Asia. Thanks so much for the call. Let's go to Jim. Jim, you're on K A B C Hello. Hello? Yeah, sure..

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"governor jim justice" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"governor jim justice" Discussed on WTOP

"Than in any other state. Federal data shows. At least 7.5% of the population has received the first two shots. Republican Governor Jim Justice is trumpeting the vaccine effort there, saying it runs counter to preconceived notions about the state being backward. Don't let your guard down when it comes to covert 19. That's the message from a critical care doctor on the front line to the cove in 19 fight. It is out there at higher numbers than ever before, and there are variants that probably are more easily transmissible. Dr. Brian Garibaldi, director of the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Biocontainment Unit, says after the holiday season, he's seen entire families coming down with infections and showing up to the hospitals after attending gathering. I think it's been an important reminder of the need to be careful. He says. Even with vaccines going out vaccine is not gonna be widely available for much of the population for many, many months, and I think the worst of this pandemic is still before us in terms of the number of people gonna be hospitalized in enforcing the number of people are gonna die. That's why says social distancing, mask wearing and avoiding large gatherings remains extremely important. If you ever been confused while driving on I 3 95 near Capitol Hill, you're not alone in D. C. Officials are now taking action. The district apartment transportation, making big moves seeking to overwrite I 6 95 and designate the entire Southeast Southwest Freeway. As I 3 95 and its proposal to the American Association of Highway and Transportation officials did not writes, the drivers are often surprised and confused where the freeway suddenly changes numbers. Crashes are common here. Didot also intends to remember the third Street tunnel is I won 95 Pashto approved the proposal. It now goes to the Federal Highway Administration for final approval. Dave Building. W T O P News. If you're thankful for the troops who are helping to guard the inauguration, you can express your appreciation by helping feed that donations have been coming in and food has been going out to troops, police officers and other first responders. The campaign is spearheaded.

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"governor jim justice" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"governor jim justice" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is here and now in West Virginia Governor Jim Justice said this week that 100% of the coronavirus doses that the state has received have either been administered or are scheduled to be administered to a specific person here is on CNBC. We don't have what you know. Vaccine vaccines in a warehouse sitting on the shelf. We've got him in People's arms. West Virginia continues to lead the country in the number of people per capita who've been vaccinated against Cove in 19, so let's bring in One of the people in charge of making sure that's happening. Retired Major General James Sawyer joins us now. Welcome. Thanks for speaking with us. Hey, glad to be here. Thanks for having me. Oh, sure. So when the governor says 100% of the vaccines distributed to the state of either been administered or have a specific name attached to them. Is that right? That's no exaggeration. Yes. So what we did early on Woz working from the local level. All the way up is as our vaccines come in and get ordered on that Thursday rhythm with Operation warp speed. We work with entities to go ahead and identify those two Specific populations and people in West Virginia and were on track Right now we've been averaging 86% execution, right, meaning shots in arms a week, But this week we will far surpass that and I think part of that is having those people identified to get those vaccines. Okay, help me better understand how you're doing that, because depending on what metric you're looking at West Virginia's right at the top of the country of getting these vaccines into people's arms. I don't fully understand how you doing that? Yes, I think it goes back to two things early on Governor. Justice pulled a group of us together and the governor pushed us to lay out and laid out four key priorities. Reduce the rate of hospitalizations, reduce the rate of death, protect the most vulnerable and maintain critical services to include Acute health care services. We know we need For our population based on the demographics of age and the health issues we have, and by combining those priorities with that construct And then going after and building a network to deliver the vaccines. I think that's where we had success early on. Well, one of the things I think you're doing eyes that you're using a local network. Pharmacies across the state of West Virginia, not necessarily relying on the big companies like Walgreens or CVS. Like other states, is that right? And what kind of difference is that making so? Yeah, I think what we did was not just limit ourselves to The two pharmacies that were in the federal pharmacy program was to use every pharmacy in West Virginia, as well as regional clinics, federally qualified health clinics. Hospital clinics, and we are building out the network of primary care of folks across the state. And if you look at it in the beginning of this, we pushed Vaccines to nursing homes, assisted living facilities I see used in covert words because we knew that was what we're going to get us at those priorities. Now what we're doing is in addition to pushing were creating a pool construct where federally qualified clinic knows how many patients they have over the age of 80. And how many patients 70 to 80. They can start to create those poor constructs of identifying those individuals and say we're gonna have X number of vaccines. Come this week. We need you to come to get Yes. And then the other thing that we're gonna have to do in West Virginia is because we have some vulnerable population that are not mobile is to be able to get out to them and Regional clinics are going to be important, but all the way down the local health departments are going to be important as well. And what about the national Guard? What role will they be playing? We've got National Guardsmen who are working side by side with local health departments in our department of Health and Human Resource is to do epidemiology data and we've got national guard young men and women who are managing the Doses as they come into those hubs and then getting them delivered out to the right places. The burn rate of Peopie Eve we are now making our own Peopie Eve. So if we have another hospital surge, we waken be able to take care of ourselves. Wow. Then that could be a lesson for other states who are not quite as advanced here on this issue as you are now we also heard your governor say that West Virginia needs more vaccines. Are you satisfied with the federal government's response to your request? Are you getting what you need from the feds? I was on multiple calls this past week with my governor, where he was pressing the federal apparatus to get us more vaccines. As a governor tells me every day, Jim every shot we get in and arm. Is potentially saving a life. So we we need more vaccines. We would like to. You know, we're going to get 23601st doses for for next week. If we had 110,000 doses, we could we could move them out and get them done. Well, retired Major General James Sawyer, leading West Virginia's covert 19 vaccination drive. So far, it sounds like it's going pretty good. Thank you, sir. For your time. Absolutely thank you have a great day. The pandemic has been disruptive for parents of school age Children who had to deal with the education question in the fall. That is, should they send their kids back to school in person, or keep them at home and let them learn remotely or a third option? Keep the Children home and the parents will do the teaching. In fact, the number of families home schooling their kids is on the rise nationwide. Me fire. Issel from north country Public radio reports on Thursdays, Sarah Shaft and her daughter Iris, study math in the morning and take a hike in the afternoon. Somewhere in the day, eight year old Iris might fit in one of her art projects like miniature holiday dire Emma's. Monica Day of the Dead Easter. They're like little little this teeny little drawings like theirs for Thanksgiving. There's little cornucopia. Sarah and her husband, Ben, both professors, and Plattsburgh in northern New York, have been homeschooling Iris since the fall. He didn't feel comfortable sending her to school in person. They also couldn't imagine continuing remote learning that screen time was really stressful for her and for us, too, And there's so many tears. They're using a mix of online curricula, textbooks and iris his own interests, including ancient Egypt and women. Scientists. Jeff says while homeschooling Iris has been rewarding, it's also been really difficult to balance it with her and her husband's full time jobs. You know, we have to make a lot on the weekends in the evenings. It is not possible to do everything well, and parents are naturally going to want to put their kids well being first. In the past, The decision to home school has been a deliberate one, whether for religious or secular reasons, But in 2020 a lot of families that never dreamed they'd homeschool their kids. Have found themselves doing just that. National Homeschool Association says they've seen membership explode from 220,000 members. Rector Alan Weston says they've been flooded with calls and emails from parents saying We need to really focus on doing this for real. So what do we need to know? And what do we need to do? Western says Lots of parents are looking for home school curricula, which is why his organization recently launched a curriculum match service. I call it a dating site to bring the parents together with the vendors. They each fill out their own questionnaires. The parents say This is what we're looking for. The whole world of online learning resource is has seen a big bump in business since the pandemic, says Jennifer Goo. Who is the CEO of education dot com, and I Excel Learning a K through 12 curriculum platform for common subjects like math and social studies..

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"governor jim justice" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"governor jim justice" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg 11 30. Now. Global News update. Here's the latest news. Pope Francis says the politically motivated violence on display in the U. S. Capitol is the wrong path. In a Sunday address from the Vatican today, Francis sent a message with his affectionate greeting to the people of the United States. He encourages the entire population to maintain a lofty sense of responsibility in order to calm things down, promote national reconciliation and protect democratic values that are rooted in American society. The West Virginia delegate who was arrested for being part of Wednesday's right is resigning. Derrick Evans submitted his letter of resignation to Governor Jim Justice today, the Wayne County Republican Livestreamed his entrance into the Capitol building. He was arrested in charge Friday, and President elect Joe Biden's dog Major is about to become the first rescue dog to live in the White House. Major and the other Biden family dog champ will accompany the Bidens to their new residents. The German shepherd was adopted by the Bidens and 2018 from the Delaware Humane Association and Wilmington, which is hosting a special online event to commemorate the occasion. That's the latest I'm Lisa Terror. This is Bloomberg Wall Street Week with David Westin from Bloomberg Radio. We're gonna end the week as we do every week with our special contributor Larry Summers of Harvard. He is, of course, former Treasury Secretary Larry Welcome back. Let's start with the end of the week of we can. With the jobs numbers. We lost 140,000 jobs. Although last month's numbers were revised up somewhat. People thought that it might be bad. The markets actually seemed to think Maybe this makes them it's more likely. Were you surprised by the numbers and what do they tell us? If anything, But the economy. I wasn't amazed by the numbers. I think they tell us that we need to get covert in the rear view mirror. Think they tell us that there's a limit to what kind of recovery we could have when people are fearful of going outside and getting more fearful. And so I think the number one message from this statistic is the importance of doing vaccinating better than we get testing. And it doesn't look like so far. We're doing a very good job of that. That's gotta be priority one priority to and priority three for the new administration. And how much of that Larry will require some very targeted stimulus because one of things that we here for a lot of people have small businesses is what it's all about, Particular comes to job creation. And obviously a lot of the small business are things like retail and particularly leisure and restaurants, things like that. Look, David, It doesn't really matter unless people can go to the store and unless they can go to the restaurant we've done okay with the P p p. I'm more worried about the mass layoffs that's taken place in state and local governments. And I'm more worried about the fear that's keeping people indoors. That's keeping people unable to go out and engage in the kind of spending they want to. And I think the longer we have this and the longer we respond just by throwing money, the more complicated problem we're gonna have off huge pent up demand. Whenever we start to make some progress, so I'm very focused right now less on the macro economics, then on the having effective public health strategies, and in all honesty, I don't think the only culprit Has been politics of the Trump Administration is terrible as it has been. I think their medical establishment has not planned in the way it should have for a satisfactory uh, that scene roll out and I sure hope That is going to change. In a way, David. I link to events. I link the failure to protect the capital and the failure to be able to work an eyes the use of all the vaccines that are being delivered. There's a basic question of public sector competence that I think is a profound challenge for the new administration. On. I think that Decades of running against government off venerating what the private sector couldn't do and suggesting the government's just incompetent. That whole ethos has, I think proven to be a bit of a self fulfilling prophecy to terrible consequence for everybody. And so I hope that the new administration is gonna put enormous emphasis. On effective public management because I think it's implementation of what we all agree on Maura than its grand new schemes. That is, uh, necessary. There's a history of this. He goes back to the fact that they didn't get the computer's working right of for Obama care. It goes to the fact that we're having people with incomes over $10 million who don't pay taxes. Who the I r. S doesn't even try to find goes to the lead in the water in, uh In Flint. And I hope that the business community is gonna start recognizing the need for effective, competent government rather than just excoriating government and every term Like I think everyone could get behind a real urge form or competent government. But at what level I mean, we'd like a competent all levels but particularly take the vaccine. For example, we have something of a raging debate right now between Governor Cuomo on the one hand on the mayor of New York City. Oh, Mr De Blasio about exactly who's setting out the rules Because DiBlasio saying, What a second you've got your rules so strict. It means we can't get every vaccinate. You should loosen them up. Some who should be calling shots as a matter of competence. Where should decision making me That's a hard thing to judge in general. I think we need to be putting more responsibility on the federal government in some of these areas, and I think that Having things be invented and reinvented. 50 times is often problematic. I think with respect to vaccines, we need a focus on getting as many people vaccinated as possible..

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"governor jim justice" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"governor jim justice" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"D. C area airports A. B C's Kenneth Mountain Capitol police We're teaming up with other authorities, including US air marshals to provide protection from members of Congress. The move coming after lawmakers like GOP Senator Lindsey Graham were confronted by screaming Trump supporters at local airports. Angry that Congress certified Joe Biden's win after that siege in the West Virginia state lawmaker who was arrested after live streaming himself entering the U. S Capitol during last Wednesday's riot has now resigned. He faces federal federal charges. Possibly Republican delegate Derrick Evans notified Governor Jim Justice about his resignation. Evan says that he takes full responsibility for his actions, and he hopes that his resignation can help begin the healing process. Evans appeared before a federal judge on Friday afternoon after his arrest. He faces misdemeanor charges that is of entering and of a restricted area and also dys or Orderly conduct Once again. Those charges are misdemeanor charges. Not not tough federal charges are a street violence continuing to plague Chicago this weekend. More than 50 shootings have been reported. Since Friday evening. More than a half dozen people have been killed. Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown says the most traumatizing seen his officers and first responders are dealing with is a five year old girl who was allegedly murdered by her mother, who responded to the scene will forever be haunted. About what they saw and heard. On Saturday morning. The little girl has been identified as serenity. Arrington, her mother, now facing homicide charges. Randolph Police continue their search for a gunman who wounded a 26 year old man in a 60 year old mother. In an apparent case of road rage. The two were shot late Friday night as they were driving in Randolph. They told police that a car that had been following them Hold up next to them, and someone fired several shots before speeding off. The man was threatened for a shoulder was treated rather for a shoulder injury. His mother was treated for a bullet wound in her arm. Anyone with information is being asked to contact Randolph Police..

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"governor jim justice" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"governor jim justice" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Effect today in North Dakota. The executive order by the state's Republican governor comes after increased pressure from doctors and nurses as hospitals fill up the mask mandate will last until mid December. Another GOP governor is stressing the importance of wearing masks. West Virginia Governor Jim Justice is ordering the wearing of masks at all times and businesses. Republican says it's silly to be in a public building with strangers walking around without a mask on even if you have this macho belief, businesses will need to post signs notifying entrance of the mask requirement under his executive order. Governors urging businesses that encounter violators to call the police, Fax, says Tom regard e. The governor, also saying he's aware that his phone number has been shared online by some people who were unhappy with the mask mandate, Governor Justice says If just one life is saved begin convenience is well worth it as struggling airlines try to encourage people to fly. More and more people are being banned for refusing to follow safety protocols. Nearly 550 people have been banned from Delta flights for Refusing to comply with mask orders that, according to a company memo that shows hundreds of people have also been placed on Delta's no fly list. After airlines implemented a mask wearing mandates and all flights for employees and customers, United confirmed this week it plays 350 passengers and its no fly list. American Airlines couldn't confirm if any passengers violated its mask wearing policy. Southwest Airlines tells Fox News It doesn't track mask order issues for public release but that the air Line expects compliance. Jeff Man, also Fox News. The footwear of the future will lace itself. Nike has said to unveil a pair of self lacing sneakers by the end of the year. The Air Jordans 11 can also change color and light up Camp Crusoe Fox News Wcbm, Baltimore with Sun, China and winds out of the West Northwest. The high Today will get close to 58 in and clear this evening with an overnight low of 40 out ahead of a front clouds will increase on Sunday.

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"governor jim justice" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"governor jim justice" Discussed on WJR 760

"It on demand from Fox News and Amazon, Alexa A mask mandate takes effect today in North Dakota. The executive order by the state's Republican governor comes after increased pressure from doctors and nurses as hospitals fill up the mask mandate will last until mid December. Another GOP governor is stressing the importance of wearing masks. West Virginia Governor Jim Justice is ordering the wearing of masks at all times and businesses, The Republican says. It's silly to be in a public building with strangers walking around without a mask on even if you have this macho belief Businesses will need to post signs notifying entrance of the mask requirement. Under his executive order, Theo governor is urging businesses that encounter violators to call the police. Fox says Tom regard e. The governor, also saying he's aware that his phone number has been shared online by some people who were unhappy with the mask mandate, Governor Justice says if just one life is saved Again. Convenience is well worth it as struggling airlines try to encourage people to fly. More and more people are being banned for refusing to follow safety protocols. Nearly 550 people have been banned from Delta flights for refusing to comply with mask orders that, according to a company memo that shows hundreds of people have also been placed on Delta's no fly list after airlines implemented a mask wearing mandates and all flights for employees and customers. United confirmed this week. It plays 350 passengers and its no fly list. American Airlines couldn't confirm if any passengers violated its mask Wearing policy. Southwest Airlines tells Fox News It doesn't track mask order issues for public release but that the airline expects compliance. Jeff Manasso Fox News The footwear of the future will lace itself. Nike has said to unveil a pair of self lacing sneakers by the end of the year. The Air Jordans 11 can also change color and light up Camp Crusoe Fox News Flight delays heading eastbound on.

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"governor jim justice" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"governor jim justice" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Nutrition programs that are available President Trump and I believe as you do. We need to get our kids back to school. Back to school this fall. Vice President Pence who was meeting with West Virginia Governor Jim Justice and the state's Covad 19 task force. Today, he's promising to provide the resource is of West Virginia needs to relaunch its economies and schools by the way. President Trump is going to be holding his Corona virus update 1/2 an hour from now, and you'll be able to hear that live right here on news radio 700 double D. Well, now the latest traffic and weather together. Lots of people just sitting in their cars waiting through delays this afternoon because of construction 75 south bound through the cut on the hill in northern Kentucky from downtown Cincinnati is slow as it has been all day. North bound 75 through Fort Mitchell, slow all because of construction and north bound 71 not as jammed up is it was earlier today through the Ken would cut in the hill. But it will be slow throughout the weekend and throughout next week, the latest forecast from the advanced Dentistry Weather Center from social distancing and pre screening patients toe appropriate pp. Our focus remains on safety. Learn more at no fear. Dentist dot com slash patient safety Got a spotty evening showers, mainly east of Cincinnati. Otherwise partly cloudy tonight and McGee below 67. It's going to be a dry start to Sunday, but those scattered showers and a few thunderstorms could develop during the afternoon with a cold.

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"governor jim justice" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"governor jim justice" Discussed on WTOP

"Hour. Your home for original reporting. I'm Deborah Rodriguez, the nation's top infectious disease specialists is blaming the new surgeon Corona virus cases on states and cities that reopened too quickly. Dr. Anthony Fauci, We are still knee deep in the first wave of this country's logged more than 300,000 new cases in the first week of July. West Virginia Governor Jim Justice has imposed a facemask rule. I know in my heart that if we don't We're gonna have a funeral after funeral after funeral hospitalizations are up 40% in Florida. Miami Mayor Francis Juarez is rolling back re openings. Obviously, any sort of measures that we take to close the economy and to close and to get people to stay in. One place are effective, however, once you do that, and you will inevitably has to undo them. At some point in the near future, You're back to square one. Florida is ordering schools to reopen classroom's next month with online learning from home optional the idea of going back has some teachers worried. There's no safe way to do it. Orange County teachers Union President Wendy Adorable would start even feasible to be ableto have lunch because you'd have to remove your math. There is wiggle room in the order. If local officials feel it's not safe to re open. They don't have to. Peter KING. CBS NEWS Orlando Lot of people have been on the move. CBS's Candy McCormick, a Pew research poll found millions of Americans relocated due to the outbreak moving out of dorms that closed or communities where they no longer felt safe. Some left housing they could no longer afford. One in five Americans said they either change their residents or knew someone who did. Many were young Americans, Couple of country music stars or changing plans..

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Treasury names small businesses receiving PPP loans

Ron St. Pierre

02:25 min | 2 years ago

Treasury names small businesses receiving PPP loans

"Releasing releasing info info about some of the 650,000 recipients of loans from the payroll protection program, which was passed by Congress to allow small businesses to keep their workers employed during this pandemic. While mostly small businesses and nonprofits got money through the program, which is given out $521 billion. There were also some wealthy and well connected recipients to Among them. Kanye West's clothing and sneaker brand. The anti tax group Americans for tax reform companies owned by the family of President Trump's son in law and senior advisor Jared Kushner, as well as California representative Devin Nunes Winery Family Cos. Of West Virginia Governor Jim Justice who is considered to be one of the state's richest persons. Washington, D C political strategy Cos. Legal firms and big money hedge funds to Treasury Department only named companies that got more than $150,000 which made up less than 15% of the companies that received loans about locally. 2453 Rhode Island employers got the federal PPP loan worth at least 150 large Ted Niecy from Eye Witness News With that story, The US Small Business Administration on Monday released the names of all employers that got at least $150,000 from the Paycheck protection program, which Congress created in March to mitigate layoffs amid the covert 19 pandemic. The list includes quite a few familiar names. The Poss Ox got a loan of at least $350,000 to retain 49 jobs. Fellows got loans for a number of its restaurant locations. Even the parent company of the Foxy Lady Strip club received at least $150,000 to retain 159 jobs. Overall, the SB says 2453 Rhode Island employers got at least $150,000 each. 14 round, employers got at least $5 million over $1.8 billion in loans have been a Awarded in the states. So far, a majority of the loan money has to go toward payroll. Employers can apply to have the loans forgiven by the S P A. The economy needs a lot of help. Appearing on Sundays face the nation, Economist Mark Zandi warned. Congress will need to do more as the PPP winds down even though unemployment back down if you had a Books that are unemployed People who are got their hours cut there so working, but they got their hours cut. Then consider those folks that are still working. Haven't gotten your hours. Couple got their pay cut. You're talking about 1/3 of all American workers that are still struggling. And if you want to take a

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"governor jim justice" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"governor jim justice" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Now in New York I stay at home order will take effect as virus cases spike to more than ten thousand here's governor Andrew Cuomo our goal is to find a positive cases because if we find a positive case we can isolate that person and that stops the spread a number of states including California New Jersey and Oregon are taking similar shelter in place steps West Virginia was the last state to confirm a case of the virus and now governor Jim justice is warning residents to take precautions it does that we're absolutely the state it is the most vulnerable of all states as stated is that the highest risk you know we're an elderly state and we got all kinds of other health issues the governor tested negative for the virus he took a test after hugging and taking a picture with a man who later tested positive around the world more than three hundred thousand people have been infected and more than thirteen thousand have died Italy has the most deaths America is listening to fox news one century ago experienced its deadliest pandemic the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen infected nations around the world killing millions in the decades this has taken the lives of millions more but none have been quite like one of our is now a global pandemic Broadway will be shut down CNBC spending game play frost street briefly suspending trading today it is impacted Hollywood it is in capital this is like now the lives of people living in quarantine you haven't seen each other in ten days and learn how you can stay safe we still have a long way to go there will be many more cases will take care of this.

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Governments grapple with virus border closures, lockdowns

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Governments grapple with virus border closures, lockdowns

"The corona viruses now in every U. S. state in the nation with about sixty five hundred people diagnosed in more than a hundred and ten deaths however the vast majority of people recover West Virginia governor Jim justice said last night his state now has its first reported case of corona virus we knew it was coming we prepared for this just like other states across the country they're closing schools restaurants bars casinos and telling people to social distance meanwhile California but the National Guard on alert and is negotiating with hotels for tens of thousands of rooms that can be used for patients and homeless new York's mayor is floating the idea of a shelter in place order just like San Francisco but the governor says that's a no go Hawaii is encouraging travelers to postpone their island vacations but will accept two cruise ships turned away from other ports and New Orleans jazz fest is canceled war now I'm Julie Walker

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West Virginia becomes 50th US state to confirm coronavirus case

1A

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

West Virginia becomes 50th US state to confirm coronavirus case

"West Virginia has now confirmed a corona virus case that means all fifty states and the district of Columbia are now affected by the pandemic they've missed a trick West Virginia public broadcasting has more governor Jim justice made the announcement the west Virginia's first confirmed case of corona virus was discovered in the states eastern panhandle the area borders Virginia Maryland and Pennsylvania justice also announced at restaurants and bars will be open for Kerry out only and that the state's casinos will close we knew it was coming we prepared for this and we shouldn't panic the governor's address came hours after president trump cited West Virginia as the only state without a confirmed case of covert nineteen adding quote big Jim the governor he must be doing a good job for NPR news I'm they've missed

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New corrections officers fired over apparent Nazi salute

Extension 720 with Justin Kaufmann

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

New corrections officers fired over apparent Nazi salute

"State investigators say corrections officer trainees in West Virginia regularly gave a **** salute as a sign of respect for their instructor in the weeks leading up to the release of a photo of the cadets arms raised and faces blurred the conclusions part of a summary released today detailing the Virginia West Virginia investigation of the MH governor Jim justice as all thirty four cadets in the photo and the instructor involved are

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West Virginia corrections staff, cadets fired over photo of Nazi salute

The Conservative Circus

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

West Virginia corrections staff, cadets fired over photo of Nazi salute

"Over two dozen West Virginia correctional cadets are out of jobs over a photo in which they posed making the **** salute governor Jim justice approve the firings of over thirty cadets an act academy staff an investigation found that the cadets use the salute as a sign of respect for class

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Bahamas, Jim Justice And Chris discussed on Red Eye Radio

Red Eye Radio

00:15 sec | 3 years ago

Bahamas, Jim Justice And Chris discussed on Red Eye Radio

"The helicopter crashed about two miles out from the Bahamas on its way to fort Lauderdale Florida all seven Americans aboard were killed West Virginia governor Jim justice told the Beckley register Herald newspaper one of those killed was coal industry billionaire Chris

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"governor jim justice" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"governor jim justice" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Just northeast of Nashville and borders, Kentucky the scenes are near the town of Westmoreland. More news more now. Asus at townhall dot com. Diabetes high blood pressure anxiety meds. Everyone's on them. If you're a fifty year old male, maybe a bit Porky, and you may even have type two diabetes, a million dollars of term insurance may only cost you about two hundred bucks a month. Call term provider speak with big Lou at eight hundred four four four twenty thirteen. Big Lou will find a term life policy for you. Even if you have type two, diabetes, or overweight or have high blood pressure? Term provider has helped thousands of people like you think they can't afford term life insurance to buy a million dollars of affordable term life for you. All you need to do is call big Lou at eight hundred four four four twenty thirteen. Lou will make sure the scales are tipped in your favor. Call eight hundred four four four twenty thirteen. Big Lou will answer your call and work to fit you into a term life odyssey that you can afford. Remember, big lou's like you. He's on meds too. Call eight hundred four four four twenty thirteen eight. Eight hundred four four four twenty thirteen. Family physician. Dr Charles Snyder has news about air quality across the United States. The American lung association LA released their twentieth annual analysis of air quality across the US more than four in ten of us live where air pollution levels off at dangerous, according to LA, you can get data on the code where you live at WWW dot L, U N, G dot ORG. You can compare your ear to any other state in county. Charles Snyder in Washington, a controlled demolition took down to five hundred foot cooling towers from Massachusetts last coal-fired power plant the demo took place early Saturday morning at the former Brayton point station in Somerset the plan. Had burned coal since nineteen sixty three enclosed at stores in two thousand seventeen Saturday birthdays included, West Virginia. Governor Jim Justice who turned sixty eight news and analysis at townhall dot com. A political consultants who pleaded guilty in pay to play scheme in which to Pennsylvania. Mayors were convicted as been sentenced to five years in prison. Mike flack also received three years of supervised for Friday and federal court of Allentown. The FBI has set flack was at the center of a scheme in which the mayor of Allentown and writing treaded city contracts campaign donations, flat pleaded guilty in two thousand sixteen to bribery, extortion and tax evasion. Former Allentown Mayor Ed pal ski was sentenced in October to fifteen years in prison. Former running mayor Vaughn Spencer received eight years Wednesday, Patrick fos reporting Amilton, the exhibition opened Saturday.

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"governor jim justice" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"governor jim justice" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"In Washington control, demolition took down to five hundred foot. Cooling towers, Massachusetts last cold fire. Power plant the demo took place earlier this morning at the former Brayton point station in Somerset the plan. Had burned coal since nineteen sixty three and closed in two thousand seventeen birthdays today. Actress nook Amee is eighty seven West Virginia. Governor Jim Justice turns sixty eight breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. A political consultant who pleaded guilty in pay to play scheme in which to Pennsylvania. Mayors were convicted has been sentenced to five years in prison white flak also received three years of supervised for fraud and federal court Allentown. The FBI has set flack was at the center of scheme in which the mayor of Allentown and writing shredded city contracts for campaign donations, flat pleaded guilty in two thousand sixteen to bribery, extortion and tax evasion. Former Allentown Mayor Ed Halicki was sentenced in October to fifteen years in prison. Former reading mayor Vaughn Spencer received eight years Wednesday, Patrick fos reporting Hamilton, the exhibition opened today in a temporary building on Chicago's northerly island along lake. Michigan producers touting the attraction as a three hundred sixty degree immersive experience to accompany Hamilton the musical which is set to debut in the windy city. More on these stories at townhall dot com. I'm Rhonda rockstar. Which the show that Mark Twain once called smarter blue Jay what can talk possum. And faster naked Fatman biting Volta, the lightning. So here's a spoken homespun host Eric Metaxas. F new I am in a nutshell there it is folks. I like to talk I like to talk about science sometimes but not today. But unfortunately, I have a scientist and a friend in the studio. So he's going to force me talk about science, Michael gillen.

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West Virginia lawmakers vote to impeach all four state Supreme Court justices

NPR News Now

01:10 min | 4 years ago

West Virginia lawmakers vote to impeach all four state Supreme Court justices

"Following last night's impeachment of all four of west, Virginia's remaining supreme court justices by the state's Republican led house of delegates. One Justice who was nominated by democrat says she will retire as Dave misdemeanor of West Virginia public broadcasting reports, judge, Robin Davis's resignation, comes ahead of a big deadline Davis who was elected as a democrat before the bench became nonpartisan was the subject of articles of impeachment for her role in the overpayment of senior status judges lavish spending on renovations to her court offices and a lack of administrative oversight of the judicial branch. Three other justices were also impeached by the house of delegates Monday Davis accused the Republican led house of wanting to impose their party preferences by way of impeachment and removal from office through trials in the Senate that way, all of the people of West Virginia is being denied. Just cannot allow the finalizing of this plot to come to fruition. Should've vacancy a corrupt or eleven fifty nine tonight Republican governor. Jim Justice would appoint any replacements for NPR

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Annapolis mayor says Trump wouldn't lower flags after Capital Gazette shooting

Morning Edition

02:06 min | 4 years ago

Annapolis mayor says Trump wouldn't lower flags after Capital Gazette shooting

"From npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly president trump says he spent part of yesterday meeting with four potential supreme court nominees each is a judge on a federal appeals court the president says next week he'll announce his choice to replace retiring justice anthony kennedy later today the president travels to the greenbrier resort in west virginia dave mischievous with west virginia public broadcasting reports trump's fifth visit to west virginia as president comes just ahead of the fourth of july holiday and the pga tournament hosted by a resort owned by governor jim justice at an april stop in the same town the president took aim at democratic us senator joe manchin on immigration in a no vote on a tax reform package passed last year it appears president trump is declining to order american flags lowered to half staff to honor the five people killed in last week's newsroom shooting in maryland as npr's child snyder reports the request was made by the city of annapolis annapolis mayor gavin buckley made the request to lower us flags through maryland congressman john sarbanes spokeswoman now says word has come back saying the request has been denied the capital newspapers quoting mayor buckley is saying he's obviously disappointed president trump has ordered us flags be lowered following previous shootings including the ones at high schools in santa fe texas in parkland florida there are two matches today at the world cup soccer tournament sweden against switzerland colombia against england i'm dave mattingly on the next fresh air president trump and russia which with michael mcfaul who served as the us ambassador to russia under president obama will discuss the planned trump putin summit and what mcfaul experience was like in the room with putin putin blamed mcfaul and hillary clinton for the protests around in putin's third election as president join us at one this afternoon and again this evening at seven cake public radio twenty one after four if you're listening to us right now you're probably not sleeping in so to get you to.

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YouTube shooting: Nasim Aghdam's videos central to suspected motive

Midday on WNYC

02:30 min | 4 years ago

YouTube shooting: Nasim Aghdam's videos central to suspected motive

"Since his inauguration last year last july trump spoke to thousands of boy scouts of their jamboree his speech there drew criticism over remarks that many called highly politicized at an august rally trump was joined by governor jim justice in huntington were justice announced he was switching from democrat to republican the president's last stop in the state was the republicans annual congressional retreat in february at the greenbrier resort which is owned by the justice family group for npr news i'm dave mitch in beckley west virginia turn that australia where the privacy commissioner is opening a formal investigation into facebook's unauthorized use of data and melbourne here's louisa limb facebook says information for more than three hundred thousand australians may have been improperly shared with the data analysis firm cambridge analytica now the acting commissioner anthony gene faulk says she'll investigative facebook breached the privacy act if so it could face fines of one point five million dollars the australians among eighty seven million people affected worldwide a facebook stralia executive william eastern admitted the company failed to meet us expectations the scandals wiped about one hundred billion dollars of facebook's market value for npr news this is louis elim in melbourne youtube is preparing to increase security at its headquarters in its offices around the world in response to this week's shooting on its san bruno california campus police say the thirty four year old woman who carried out the attack was angry about youtube decision block her videos seem ogden had accused youtube of unfairly censoring her and preventing her from earning money youtube had no comment about its decisions at the shooter protested at last check on wall street the dow jones industrial average was up nearly three hundred fifty points or one point four percent at twenty four thousand six hundred thirteen this is npr this is wnyc i'm shumita basu in new york a brooklyn congresswoman is speaking out about yesterday's police shooting of a black man thirty four year old saheed vessel was shot by nypd officers in crown heights responding to reports of a man with a gun the object he was holding was later revealed to be a metal tube congresswoman yvette clark represents most of central brooklyn including crown heights on the brian lehrer show clark said police need to be better informed about potential threats otherwise it could lead to reactionary biased behaviour somewhere along the line we've got to get to the point in.

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Supreme Court justices appear unsettled after gerrymandering case arguments

The Mark Levin Show

01:20 min | 4 years ago

Supreme Court justices appear unsettled after gerrymandering case arguments

"No a supreme court again looking at gerrymandering justices appeared bothered by maryland lawmakers redrawing of congressional district to favor democrats just to a kagan saying lawmakers were pretty upfront about creating another democratic district but in arguments justice is also struggled with a remedy for political gerrymandering and openly question how to judge win it goes too far it's the second case this term dealing with political gerrymandering justices have not yet ruled on a case hurt six months ago dealing with state legislative districts in wisconsin fox's jared halpern ecuador's government said today it has cut off wikileaks founder julian assange internet connection at the nation's london embassy after his recent activity on social media officials said assange broken agreement with the reason posts they say put at risk the good relations ecuador maintains with other european nations assam sought asylum in the embassy five years ago to avoid extradition to sweden he is subject to arrest in britain for bungee jumping bail many food stamp recipients in west virginia will now have to work to keep their benefits governor jim justice has signed a bill to impose the federal twenty our weekly work requirement for people who receive supplemental nutrition assistance.

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E.U. Pledges to Fight Back on Trump Tariffs as Trade War Looms

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 4 years ago

E.U. Pledges to Fight Back on Trump Tariffs as Trade War Looms

"Live from NPR News in Washington on core of a Coleman, the Trump administration is suing the State of California over its laws, protecting immigrants living in the US illegally Attorney General Jeff Sessions is expected to say more about the lawsuit later today in Sacramento for member station KQED Katie or has more California has embraced the concept of sanctuary cities which limits cooporation between local law enforcement and federal immigration officials. Last fall, Governor, Jerry Brown signed a law that essentially mix California. A sanctuary state Sessions has blasted the law and President. Donald Trump has unsuccessfully tried to block funding to sanctuary cities sessions. Visit comes amidst, stepped up immigration, read them. The state protest are being planned outside the hotel where he'll be speaking For NPR News. I'm Katie or in Sacramento. Texas has held the nation's first primaries in the 2018 midterm elections, and both Republicans and Democrats set. Primary turnout records, incumbent Republican Senator Ted Cruz won his nomination, They'll face Texas Democratic, congressman better Aurore for the seat. A Rourke told NPR's Morning Edition. He's campaigning on democratic issues. Wanna make sure that were leading on the issues that they care most about. They want to make sure that everyone can afford to see a doctor or filled their prescriptions. We had a woman who died and where the for Texas, this year of the flu schoolteacher shouldn't be happening in two thousand eighteen they wants to the state, the defining immigrants state to lead the way, not just in stop and a wall that we don't need boat writing immigration laws in our own image that reflect our values. Other Republicans who won nominations including come at Texas governor, Greg Abbott and Texas Land Commissioner. George P Bush the son of former Florida. Governor Jeb Bush President Trump's economic adviser. Gary Cohn ease leaving the White House. After President Trump appear to disregard his advice and announce, he'll impose new tariffs on imports of steel. And aluminum, some Republican lawmakers such as House Speaker, Paul Ryan have urged to Trump to rethink these Tara's suggesting it will harm free-trade spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders says the White House is on pace to make an announcement about tariffs by the end of the week through still lengthy process, finalizing the details at the complicated process. And we wanna make sure on every eyes dotted and all the teaser. The European Union is warning that if Trump imposes the tariffs, The economic bloc will retaliate in kind There could be new tariffs imposed on American exports to Europe such as Levi jeans Harley Davidson, motorcycles, peanut butter and Kentucky bourbon On Wall Street at this hour the Dow Jones, Industrial Average is down one hundred twenty four points at twenty four thousand seven hundred fifty nine The Nasdaq is down a fraction of appointed seventy three hundred seventy one You're listening to NPR News. A musical devoted to the life of Serbian strongman Slobodan Milosevic has debuted in a Serbian enclave in Costa VO 2 Annika Kisase reports from Athens. It's raising eyebrows among ethnic Albanians who Milosevic's army attacked during the 1998 1999 Kosovo war had level with the rich the Home Depot him. I thought Ali knive its says he made he believe football them show The musicals called the Slobodon shell when it was written by a Serbian play right? It focuses on Milosevic's relationship with his family, but ignores the fact that he led Serbia through a decade of war in the ethnic cleansing in Bosnia, Croatia and coasts have, Oh, it became. The leader of Serbia 1989 is communism fell in Eastern Europe. Serb-nationalist still revere Milosevic who died twelve years ago after his trial for war crimes about two hundred coasts of our Serbs attended the show. But no course of our Albanians thous. Stein during the course of a war and another eight hundred thousand were displaced For NPR News. I'm Joanna cacuses in Athens. The National Weather Service is warning the northeast of the latest winter storm to hit the region about a foot as snow could fall in states from Pennsylvania and New Jersey up two main areas along the coast will get heavy rain, and some regions will get an icy mix West Virginia teachers are returning to classrooms today after a nine-day walkout their work-stoppage was over higher wages, West Virginia, Governor Jim Justice help negotiate a five percent pay increase for the teachers and all state workers. I'm Korver Komen NPR News.

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West Virginia teachers say schools will "remain closed" until Senate honors deal

All Things Considered

01:36 min | 4 years ago

West Virginia teachers say schools will "remain closed" until Senate honors deal

"This is all things considered from npr news i'm michelle martin we're going to start the program in west virginia where schools are expected to be closed again monday as a state teacher walkout enters its eighth school day this after a confusing weekend at the state capital in charleston molly born from west virginia public broadcasting has been covering the story and she is with us now molly thanks so much for joining us thanks michelle so what happened at the capital over the weekend senators and the west virginia state senate passed a teacher pay raise bill of four percent and that was less than what teachers had been asking for they wanted a five percent raise and it was a bit hectic of it it was an awkward process because senators actually ended up passing the original house version of the bill that allowed for a five percent raise and they had to go back retract recall that process and then pass yes it again again with a four percent raise and it was very confusing sort of a long drawnout process over many hours teachers were in the galleries watching this happen no sort of mass confusion but ultimately they passed a four percent raise again less than what the teachers had asked for why did they do that to explain why they did that it was my understanding that the governor jim justice had negotiated this five percent pay raise that's why the house passed it the teachers had an interesting that that was going to be the agreement wh how did the senate explain their decision to change that that's right just a day after governor justice introduced that plan the house of delegates passed it rather quickly it was almost unanimous the.

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West Virginia teachers say schools will "remain closed" until Senate honors deal

Consider This with Big Joe Clark

01:13 min | 4 years ago

West Virginia teachers say schools will "remain closed" until Senate honors deal

"The west virginia teacher's strike looks like it will continue tomorrow after the state senate decreased a teenager raise from five percent to four the union had reached the agreement earlier for the fivepercent raised with the republican governor jim justice but the senate instead approve that four percent raise on saturday the president of the education association saying the senate broke the agreement and as of now schools will stay closed on monday the union calling for teachers to return to the state capital for a rally a star of on of tv's most iconic shows has left us at with more here's usa radio is one decaying good momentum steers who was nominated for two emmys for his role as major charles emerson winchester the third unmatched has died his talent agency has confirmed he was seventy five dr win just the on that you'll name is with that he would one and will to the actor had been battling brad or cancer according to his agency he died at his home in newport oregon like his character unmatched steers was a gifted musician he was the.

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