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"Ended without an agreement in Washington. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News. This is FOX on Justice during a televised hearing congressman Mike Quigley asked to justices of the supreme court. Why not allow video of the court's deliberations? After all quickly said we flab up a lot here. But we're on C span. So armistice are live the issue of cameras in the supreme court has come up before. And it's been rejected. No different this time. Justice Samuel Alito said he worries about grandstanding lawyers. I think lawyers would find it irresistible to try to put in a little soundbite in the hope of being that evening on CNN or FOX and Justice Elena Kagan new often takes the opposite view of Justice Alito agrees with him on this issue hearings change when cameras are there. She says the court works well, and it's risky to mess with it by adding cameras seeing it came at the expense of the way, the institution functioned that would be a very bad Oregon with FOX on Justice. Hank weinbloom, FOX. News. It's FOX we German automaker. BMW says for the fifth straight year. It's the biggest US automotive export by value. Exporting almost two hundred thirty five thousand units in two thousand eighteen made at its Greer, South Carolina plant with a value of eight point four billion dollars. The number of pedestrians killed on US road last year, the highest in twenty eight years, Pat from the governors highway safety association that says it tracked over sixty two hundred pedestrian deaths that either tributes to impaired driving and improper use of smartphones. The most abashed bridge in Britain has been hit by a truck again just days after the nine foot high stunt knee railroad bridge in Eli was covered. In new bright yellow warning signs with reportedly been struck one hundred twenty times since two thousand nine the latest last week in a box truck that get wedged under eight in a forty five degree angle with its roof torn off Jeff monosso, Fox News. I'm Hank weinbloom with your word of the week, antisemitic anti Israel bigotry anti-semitism hostility to Jews goes back. Thousands of years, but the word didn't go into wide use until the nineteenth century. It's origin is German antisemitic atrocities, culminating in the holocaust to creation of the state of Israel. But a comment that support for Israel is like. And it's all about the Benjamins led many Democrats and Republicans to speak out anti-semitic language, the Jews control the world that Jews care only about money. They say bad mouthing, the Israeli government and a pro Israel lobby is code for badmouthing Jews. The Democrats.
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"Doe is suing Uber. The lawsuit claims she left her phone in an Uber in two thousand seventeen the driver found it looked at the photos and found well explicit photos of Jane Doe, and then he uploaded the photos to her social media accounts. Or lawyer says what the driver did was illegal outrageous, completely intolerable and goes beyond all possible. Bounds of decency. Uber says the driver doesn't work for them anymore and calls. The accusations troubling with FOX on Justice. Hank weinbloom, Fox News. And now another Gulf confessional. Brought to you by golf Smith recently. A man told us he'd finally learned to deal with his anthropophobia an overwhelming fear of other people how he went to golf Smith and got the Nike VRS covert two point. Oh driver with its high-speed cabbie back designed now he hits the ball. So far he doesn't have to be around anyone on. The course. You don't need a psychological disorder to give the Nike VRS covert two point. Oh driver. You just need to go to golf Smith. Anything for golf? Radio that makes you think this is the Brian Kilmeade show. You got to give the boys a little edge. And you're right. I'm their father turn.
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"Is my favorite color. He even has pink tattoos. I got it. On my neck, the homeowners association in his area outside Austin, Texas has no problem but the tattoo, but when they see the pink house, they see red, and they filed suit. Rodriguez says he'd like a reason why there's so much opposition after all the city has a slogan. Keep Austin weird. That's what people are saying why why are people so freaked out? Are they never been to Austin with FOX on Justice? Hank weinbloom, Fox News not really in Austin. It's actually Pflueger villain. I don't think there is an HOA in that neighbor. We talked about that story earlier this week. If if there isn't a joy, that's new element of the store changes the story completely changes his story because that was the that was the main point no HOA who's to stop him. Right. But if there is what we got us a different angle. Listen, maybe you can look into that a little bit see if there is an HOA for the peak house there in Florida Ville. Yeah. House. It's a beautiful commercial for Pepco bismuth. Because if there's no HOA, I don't know what grounds they have to sue this guy on other than the fact, I don't like pink bright that's about it. It is five fifty one. And I don't know her name yet. But I'm pretty sure her name is crystal with a K, I hope so she's from Ron Ron Texas. She's now charge after police say she left. Her five children ages spy, fifteen months to twelve years old home alone several days, while she went to the beach, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Police say they visited the home of twenty eight year old crystal Walraven after the GATT is Selam entry school. Principal expressed concern over a students living situation, according to court documents while ravens children complained to the principal about having to stay up all night to change their siblings. Diapers. Police report that when they visited the home that smell of garbage and feces the officers say there was an infant and a crib near the front door and four other children age twelve and under were alone in the home paperwork describes the home as being in disarray with stained carpet, scattered dirty diapers and accessible nights. Fox reporter, Jennifer Kendal. They turned herself in after a warrant was issued for her arrest just had to get to the beach. God. Hey, it's five fifty two earlier this week. We were talking about mothers who work at Amazon they've issued some demands to make the workplace a little bit more friendlier for mothers. We talked about it earlier this week in in. This is the latest edition of the Totta Don show in a bar talking about stuff having cocktails if you will mamas..
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"On Justice. Hank weinbloom, Fox News. Onset at the mobile world. Congress happening now in Barcelona Microsoft took the wraps off an entirely new way to see the world. I'm extremely proud to introduce to all of you hollow ends to Alex kitman with Microsoft hololens to adapt you adapts to your hands and goes beyond gestures to give you the satisfaction of direct manipulation leading an experience. What if feels like for the first time to actually touch a hologram outside of the beefed up displays that will show an even more lifelike overlay on reality. The hololens to won't require any calibration between users. It contains two cameras that detect a user's pupil to adjust the images on the display one thing that didn't improve was the price the hololens to will sell for thirty five hundred bucks. But an examples that it's unraveling. It seems to be a better fit for business for now until prices come down to let us all be immersed in mixed reality with FOX on tech. I'm brett. Larssen Fox News. I'm Hank weinbloom and the word of the week award goes to the Oscar goes, it's time to open the envelope. And learn the secret to why they call it. Oscar, amazingly, no one knows for sure one story has it that in nineteen thirty-one a former executive at the motion picture academy. Margaret Herrick thought the statue looked like her uncle Oscar and the name stuck her uncle apparently looks like a golden naked man with no face another story. Former Hollywood columnist Sidney skull ski says he got fed up with actors taking themselves seriously. So he brought back old vaudeville bid where a comedian says to the orchestra leader. Would you like a cigar Oscar then Yanks away as he grabs for it? The Oscar they're being for cigar maker Oscar Hammerstein. My grandfather of the more lastingly famous lyricist who won an Oscar for this song. And Oscar for an Oscar thanking the academy with your word of the week. Hank weinbloom, Fox News. Fox on love with Ashley Papa they say time heals all when it comes to breakup, regardless of how long you've been together marriage and family therapist. Dr. Jane Greer has tips to help get over a break-up the healthy way. If you really are devastated and really need to get over this and move on its first role is to have no contact into stop following them on social media, try and really disconnect any contact or just seeing a picture of your accent. Social media can really set you back. And Grier says bring the focus back to you and your life. So that means, you know, making plans not just for the weekend. But give yourself something to look forward to something like a vacation a new class or doing something you weren't able to do when you were in the relationship. It's really about changing up the environments that you don't like just marinade in all the difficult feelings that you're having how you handle the break-up we'll make all the difference in how quickly and healthy you bounce back with FOX on love. I'm actually Papa. The dean's list with Janice. Dean UPS driver from North Carolina makes the dean's list for following his gut and becoming a hometown hero. Todd. Holland works in Ashby North Carolina as he was dropping off a package for one of his customers. He noticed that another package, which he had delivered a few days. Previously was still outside the front door. That's when he said he knew in his got that something was wrong. He began pounding on the door and yelling for an answer. When he tried to open the door and found that it was unlocked. He entered the house and found the homeowner lying on the floor. He then dialed nine one and waited with the man until paramedics arrived. He now hopes that his story will inspire other delivery drivers to show the same amount of care and attention to their customers a lot of these people that we deliver especially in these rural areas us the FedEx man in the mailman might be the only people they say during the weight, I tell them if you realize and get a gut feeling that something is wrong. You know, check it out because it it probably is. Thank you. Todd Holland for your great instincts. You made the dean's list. Janice. Dean, Fox News. From America's election headquarters. Democrats trying to woo early. State voters are hearing that when it comes to beating Donald Trump, we're desperate, but in early states in the last week potential democratic primary goers there are much more passionate about things like health care. What are you gonna do to offer quality healthcare to all Americans in South Carolina? Climate change is seen as a unique threat. I think our stay is very vulnerable with the rising seas ultimately people want presidential hopefuls.
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"With FOX on Justice. Hank weinbloom, Fox News. Welcome back to the daily. Dive weakened addition. Let's get back into our analysis of the state of the union speech and focusing on the democratic response by Stacey Abrams. Let's talk about the democratic response to the state of the union done by Stacey Abrams. She's a former gubernatorial candidate in Georgia. A lot of people are saying she's probably going to end up running for Senate in twenty twenty. How do you feel? She did even as I am very disappointed by the president's approach to our problems. I still don't want him to fail, but we need him to tell the truth and to respect his duties and respect the extraordinary diversity that defines America. Our progress has always been found in the refuge in the Basic Instinct of the American experiment to do right by our people. I think Stacy Abram delivered the exact response that Democrats were looking for. And she's on a lighter note beat this state of the union rebuttal curse. If you will where you know. Marco Rubio took that long drink water and Joe Kennedy had like a weird amount of to right? She delivered a really. Polish each that hit on all of these high notes about issues that are close to the Democratic Party and issues that will be close to Democrats, you know, moving forward, I think it speaks to a lot about her political future at did feel almost like a campaign, right, right? At the beginning. Exactly. I totally agree that I think she hit on all the democratic points and was very successful in that way. It's hard to compete with all the pomp and circumstance and the energy of the actual state of the union being in the house chamber. It's hard to compete with that. But she talked about education. She talked about gun safety. She talked about the economy in a different way plants are closing because of tax cuts. Farmers are in trouble because of the trade war truckers have to buy their own trucks. As the companies aren't supplying that immigration, your caging children and a compassionate border is not an open border. She talked about climate change briefly. All these moments are just briefly touched on. But these are the important things the port issues for Democrats and a differentiate. Meeting point between what they want and with the president wants. So I think on her part. She did a great job. But again, it's always the conversation that happens after this do either of these speeches removed the needle for anybody. It's really hard to say Caitlyn Emma reporter for politico. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you. After the state of the union speech and that line that the president had if there's going to be peace and legislation. There cannot be wore an investigation. It was a veiled attempt at the Muller probe in new oncoming investigations by the Democrats. You know, he said he didn't want more investigations. But that's exactly what's ramping up virtually every organization that the president has run in recent years has been under investigation somehow, the Trump inaugural committee probing the money that went into their they raised one hundred and six million dollars in such a short amount of time. People are curious where a lot of that money came from the Trump campaign itself. This is the Muller investigation looking into Russian collusion. There's been various people in Trump's orbit that have been indicted with charges there, the president himself on obstruction of Justice, the president himself again on campaign finance violations related to hush money paid to Karen McDougal, and stormy Daniels. The Trump organization that Trump foundation all these investigations have been going around the president since he was elected president as I said. The Democrats are now starting to ramp up their look into his taxes and business dealings. The other big investigation is the money that came into the inaugural committee Daniel Lipman, he's a reporter for politico. He joins us to break down all of the new investigations. And that's where we started the first investigation by the Democrats to get into those Trump tax returns Democrats are trying to get a hold of Trump's tax returns to see where exactly has been getting all this money because he is not that cash rich that liquid and so he may have lots of loans out, but a lot of banks in New York have refused to lend to the Trump organization for many years because he would default, and he declared bankruptcy and number of times. And so he went to ditch Bank which turned him down for loan during the campaign at also he may be Russian banks. So Democrats want to get to the bottom of all that's a pretty curious because the chairman of the house intelligence committee, Adam Schiff resurrected their version of the Russia pro basically. But he said it was expanded. They wanted to look at all the money all the stuff that was flowing through and the Washington Post back in may had revealed that the president's company spent more than four hundred million dollars in cash on new properties, fourteen transactions that were paid for in full without borrowing money from banks just as you were saying people are curious where does all this money come from what's going on with that where he got that money from? And then if there's any influence there, that's a big question of Democrats is whether Trump foreign policy, especially has been influenced by foreign actors who he's been debt to or who gave him cash, it's pretty remarkable when you're talking about the prisoner United States, and whether he had gotten lots of money from foreign people with did not disclose it in filing a lot of people would pay cash for Trump properties in terms of condos and New York, and Florida and all around the world. So that's a big concern that Democrats are. Saying they're saying that they were elected to find this out in part, and they have subpoena power now to try to make that up. The other big investigation comes from the US attorney's office for the southern district of New York. They're looking into the inaugural committee again for money. The inaugural committee raised one hundred six point seven million dollars, which was double the previous record set by President Obama for two thousand nine and there's tons of questions on where that money came from. And if there's any influence there again, they are looking at possible crimes of conspiracy against the US mail fraud, wire fraud, money laundering violations of laws prohibiting contributions by four nations and contributions, they're basically they were thinking maybe people were paying vendors directly who knows in exchange for gifts or in exchange for favors later. So that's one of the other big investigations into money surrounding the president. That's a huge topic people close to Trump they say that the southern district of New York. That their investigations are more serious than the one that he faces from Muller side because SDN y is really focused in the Trump organization any fraud or crimes that were committed. And you know with this new look at the inauguration. Inauguration was kind of a crazy time in Washington, and everyone was trying to influence the new president. And they were under orders to try to meet with as many people and influence, Jarod, Michael Flynn and all of the top people around Trump. And so it's kind of a conduit for money to be given to the organization that might be dirty, and that's a real concern. And you can't really get a foreign money would be a bit of a no, no. And so we want to make sure that all the laws were followed. Yeah. This one's gonna be pretty crazy. The person who figures prominently into this is Rick gates who's been indicted under molar, but he was heavily involved in the fundraising and planning work with the inaugural committee. So he's already in trouble for some other stuff. He's going to be a figure in this one. I mean, it's going to be crazy to see how these investigations developed for his part. The president has continued to say this. Is all a witch hunt. Saying that the Democrats and the committees are going nuts. He's that Adam Schiff has hired people from the national Security Council who are familiar with trying to track down money and where it comes from. So the president is feeling the pressure right now. Yeah. And he lashed out at Democrats and the investigation today, I think on Twitter, and so he's really on edge. But they also feel like you. That's his other pet peeve them. So, you know, he master divide up his Twitter time between the two. Yeah. It's amazing time right now Daniel Lipman co author of the political playbook. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks for having me..
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"I could do this to all these innocent people were you what were you repeatedly saw. Kilby? Jason Dalton will spend the rest of his life in prison without a chance of parole with FOX on Justice. Hank weinbloom, FOX DRC AM w DRC FM HD three Hartford W S N G, Torrington, w m w Meriden the talk of Connecticut. Political firestorm. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News Virginia's top three elected officials under the microscope. The latest the state attorney general with a revelation today makes this admission even more significant is that just a few days ago. Attorney general Mark herring called on the governor. Ralph north to resign over his racist or alleged racist photo yearbook is well as for wearing black stays when he was a young man today airing admitted that he also wants were black face when he was a young man nineteen years old as an undergrad. He says he and some friends dressed up like rappers in war Brown makeup to a party. Fox's guarantee any governor north from later said he wasn't in the patron his medical school yearbook and this afternoon the woman accusing Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax of sexual assault issued a statement detailing the allegations he has denied assaulting her President Trump firing back after house intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff announced he will reopen parts of the Russia investigation. It's just a political hack who's trying to build a name for himself. And I think that's fine. Because that's what they do. But there'd be no reason to do that. No other politician has to go through that. It's called presidential harassment yesterday during the state of the union address, the president called for an end to what he called partisan investigations an apology from Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren afterwards real cheek claimed native American heritage on an application to the Texas State bar decades ago. I'm not a member of.
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"FOX on. Justice. Hank weinbloom, Fox News. Teachers in Los Angeles are set to go on strike Monday. Some parents will end up taking their kids to school, even if those schools are understaffed during the strike, some of the parents are just keeping their kids home because of the moral objection to crossing a picket line Jesse enjoys a special Ed teacher at valley academy of arts and sciences. She says they do want higher wages, but also more staff like teachers to reduce class sizes and counselors, librarians and nurses. She says one time at her school kid was injured. It was myself and the school secretary trying to flush this rubber piece out of a kids. I guess I have first aid training, but I'm not a registered nurse. The district superintendent has said they don't have the money to accommodate all of the Union's demands. But are asking the state for more funds. Jessica rosenthal. Fox news. An eighteen year old woman was killed in a shooting Phoenix motel. Police say the Turkey and began as an argument and escalated from there, my understanding that that it started as a very heated. Verbal. I haven't received information that turned physical in the sense of, you know, hand to hand fighting, but at some point. That's when the alleged suspect social sergeant Mondo carbohydrate with the Phoenix police department, another shooting Sunday at a mall, just outside of Salt Lake City, Utah gunfire near the entrance of the fashion place mall, send to people to the hospital. The shoppers were evacuated with their arms raised as they left. The building the mall shooting is believed to be gang related the New Orleans Saints came back from a fourteen point deficit to beat the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday twenty to fourteen the saints will host the Rams next Sunday for a spot in the Super Bowl. The winner will take on either Kansas City or New England in the Super Bowl. In atlanta. Gas prices are down twelve cents a gallon over the past three weeks. The national average is now to thirty one. But don't get used to that price industry. Analysts say crude oil prices are coming up. So that means that gas prices may also rise.
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"Janice. Dean, Fox News. China this week celebrated landing a spacecraft on the far side of the mood a milestone in the country's efforts to rival the United States as a space power but back on earth. China's president was warning of a different challenge. Should tune Xi Jinping telling Taiwan reunification with China is inevitable and hinting that he's ready for. China must and will be United. She said he called for peaceful reunion. But said he can't rule out using force. If outside is feed by Klay reference to the United States Taiwan split from China in nineteen forty nine. But the island is never formally declared independence. The US is a key support at Taiwanese president signed Glenn rejecting she remarks. Saying Taiwan is proud democratic way of life. Cyber folks news. I'm Hank weinbloom staring down your word of the week. Who's gonna blink in this war? You know, how a staring contest goes. If you blink. You lose a game of chicken. And the question is who blinks first it takes but a tenth of a second. But in that brief span of time at least metaphorically something lament. This can happen things for us. This is in a blink of an eye or you can find yourself out of the loop. If you blinked, here's what you missed what you haven't missed as either side blinking and the government shutdown showdown people throughout the world or watching the president if the blinks hair his credibility on securing the border is dead. He's not gonna blink. Maybe both sides can get together. Listen to some blink one eighty two in reach a deal. But in the search for bipartisanship, be careful if you blink you might miss it with your word of the week. Hank weinbloom, Fox News. Donald Trump's America in a legal battle between the two Washington's the federal government is suing the state to overturn a law that makes it much easier for workers at the most toxic radioactive waste site in the western hemisphere to collect on workers compensation claims. Lonnie rouse worked at the Hanford nuclear reservation for eighteen years before numerous illnesses forced him to leave. He's convinced exposure to toxic chemicals caused his serious health problems rouse, and dozens of other Hanford workers have been denied workers comp claims because they couldn't prove the job caused the illnesses. But now under a new state law. There's a presumption the Hanford job is to blame the fed sued saying that's discrimination because it only applies to Hanford workers employed by the department of energy and its contractors, Chris Taft, the Washington self-insurance association says the feds have a case it is only fair when those workers and those employers are held to generally the same. Rules of the game in Seattle. Dan, Springer Fox News take a pause lime disease. The tick borne infection turning up in dogs in states where it hasn't been seen before the companion animal. Parasite council studying some sixteen million line disease tests done on dogs and founded spreading beyond the eastern part of the US turning up as far west as the Dakotas. As for cats pen MD says it's rare for them to come down with the disease in Waukesha. Wisconsin one big guard dog fail on New Year's morning. Lyn server found is stranger passed and in her home right next to her dog, a one hundred and fifty pound mass staff and snuggle with an intruder that stranger apparently getting hammered the night before wandering in and needing a snooze. We ran into the kitchen and grabs knife. We then we were scared the stranger waking up apologizing saying he stumbled into the wrong house, then you might say possibly in dog beers. He only had. One or two take pause. Jill NATO, Fox News. America's talking to Fox News thousands of federal workers are affected by the partial government shutdown. Some are furloughed others like federal prison guards and air. Traffic controllers are working without pay. We wanted to know how do they feel? This is the third shutdown in five years and each time. We were required to report to work. We shouldn't be held hostage because Washington can't leave when you're in the break room, or when you leave work and go home, you're thinking about that. You know, we don't want it to be a distraction. We are aviation professionals, and we operate that way. But it's not sustainable border wall. Fine, not a problem, and they do it. They don't all. I want to do is make sure that the people in my family, the people I love the people I know are taken care, but we still have to come to work and do our job. We still have to protect the community. We still have to protect the staff that are in this institution. And we're not getting paid.
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"For betting on baseball. And this week in two thousand thirteen it's the mile high miracle in Denver the AFC divisional playoff game between the Broncos and ravens a wild one. Joe flacco. He's a seventy yard touchdown pass to Jacoby Jones with under forty seconds to play in the game. Getting within one. The extra point is good. And the game is tied at thirty five. The ravens go on to win it in the second overtime. That's your iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. This is FOX on Justice cigarette smoking could cause you to be arrested for murder. That's what happened to Lee Robert Miller in Boise, Idaho. It all started twenty-six years earlier and five hundred miles away in Bremerton, Washington. Nineteen Ninety-two Marilyn Hickey left the drift in tavern in the company of a man the next day. Her body was found strangled police had a description of the man who has seen with Hickey. Miller's name did come up, but they couldn't make a solid case. Fast forward to twenty nineteen with modern DNA evidence gathering the Washington state patrol. Crime laboratory managed to make a DNA profile of hickeys killer it also matched the from one thousand nine hundred ninety four murder in Boise. Detectives became interested. Again, in Lee, Robert Miller, they found him in Boise, captain I on them. And when he tossed away a used cigarette, but they got what they needed police say the DNA from the cigarette match the DNA from the nineteen Ninety-two crime-scene Miller is now charged with two murders with FOX on Justice. Hank weinbloom, Fox News. Here's what some people at the big networks and big newspapers don't understand that your smart. And that you want to be talked with not talked at. W I s and radio one of the reasons we exist is to find out. Exactly what you think news talk eleven thirty w s where your opinion counts. Parl much longer.
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"With FOX on Justice. Hank weinbloom, Fox News. The snowstorm that buried much of the mid west has moved into the mid Atlantic. Parts of Virginia Maryland in the nation's capital or expecting five to ten inches of snow. The winter weather being blamed for at least five traffic deaths. It was sunny in San Antonio where former HUD secretary hooligan Castro announced he's running for president in twenty twenty two building a wall. And yes to building community. Scapegoating immigrants and yes, the dreamers. Yes. Together. Castro grew up in San Antonio and served as the city's mayor for five years. He could end up being the only Latino in what's expected to be a crowded field of Democrats considering a run Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, a high cost of housing the high cost of child care and the high cost of getting an education. That's what we need to attack a country. Make real changes the Senate democrat attending an organizing event in Manchester New Hampshire giving back in Britain, the newest member of the Royal family choosing some charities a key parts of being a British Royal is deciding which charities you'll support Royal patronage is guaranteed to based in organizations profile, the duchess of Sussex is joining with full, including Britain's national theatre appropriate for a full actress, and an organization helping women who are long term unemployed clothes and training for.
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"Janice. Dean, Fox News. I am Hank weinbloom staring down your word of the week. Who's gonna blink in this war? You know, how a staring contest goes. If you blink. You lose a game of chicken. And the question is who blinks first it takes about a tenth of a second. But in that brief span of time at least metaphorically something momentous can happen things for us. This is in a blink of an eye or you can find yourself out of the loop. If you blinked, here's what you missed what you haven't missed is either side blinking and the government shutdown showdown people throughout the world or watching the president. If he blinks here his credibility on securing the border is dead. He's not gonna blink. Maybe both sides can get together. Listen to some blink one eighty two in reach a deal. But in the search for bipartisanship, be careful if you blink you might miss it with your word of the week. Hank weinbloom, Fox News. Media minute. With Howard Kurtz, Nancy Pelosi was getting all kinds of good press. When the first female speaker of the house, reclaim the gavel for second time, but within hours she got upstaged by another democratic congresswoman who went to a microphone in full view of a crowd and set a President Trump. We're gonna go and impeach the expletive word beginning with mother is caused a media explosion. And the press to which credit did many members of the president announced what she had said the language that she had used Nancy Pelosi had to distance herself. But said President Trump says things that are just as bad president hasn't used that particular word in public. But it did show us a real split in. How crude the political conversation has become a this woman getting attention by using the expletive, but also some Democrats do favor impeachment. But the leadership including Pelosi does not the media kind of choosing upsides. Here's some saying. Well, they're just giving the president back what he dishes out others saying this was a bridge too far with your media minute. Howie Kurtz, Fox News. Checking out the movies this weekend? Here's your box office preview. It may not be John wick, but Jonah Reeves is back on the big screen and the sci-fi thriller replicas, he plays a synthetic biologists. Who loses his family in a tragic car accident then tries to bring them back in a series of experiments that violate the laws of both nature and mankind Thomas middle. Ditch. John Ortiz in MJ, Anthony, also star also out in theaters is the upside based on a true story, and a remake of the twenty eleven French film, the untouchables a quadriplegic billionaire hires recently paroled ex convict as a caregiver and a two form an unlikely friendship this comic drama stars. Bryan. Cranston, Kevin Hart Genevieve angel son. And Nicole Kidman. And for the kids is the dogs way home based on two thousand twelve novel when a dog is separated from her owner g makes an improbable four hundred mile journey reunite with her beloved owner, Ashley Judd, Edward James Olmos, Bryce, Dallas Howard and very Watson star in this family drama. Still in theaters are aquaman escape room. Mary Poppins returns Spiderman into the spider verse and Bumblebee, plus the mule vice second act route breaks the internet and Holmes and Watson..
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"Meteorologist Ashton Algeria's here from our partners at CBS four weather. I'm looking forward to it sounds beautiful overall. It's give me a real nice day. Especially for the middle of January high temperatures upper fifties close to sixty degrees. One of the warmest stock show parades that there has been in Denver later on today. I believe that steps off at noon and Union Station. So expect a real nice day. It's tonight that the weather deteriorates we've got a storm that spinning over near Las Vegas. It's gonna move straight east basically riding right along the Colorado New Mexico state line by tomorrow morning. That's an ideal location for Denver and the front range to get snow. So this time around I don't think it's just a chance. I it's it's virtually guaranteed. We'll get snow here tomorrow. It's not going to be a whole lot. It's not really a strong storm system, but still most of us two to four inches of accumulation tomorrow. It's been awhile since we've had that much snow down south Douglas county perhaps up to five inches a few areas in the foothills could get five inches. We'll probably get more snow here in the metro area. The most the ski area's will. South-east storms. Just typically don't bring the mountains much thirty six for a high tomorrow as well. So a lot colder for your Friday. But it is just a one day snow Saturday back to sunshine, forty four Sunday, mostly sunny, high temperature right around fifty one that is not a bad thing. A one day of snow. Thank you. All right. Thanks morning. You guys take care. All right. It's thirty six right now. Fair skies in Denver now on Colorado's morning news. The Trump administration mulling over the idea of declaring border security national emergency as a way to get around congress and get funding for the border wall. Fox News Radio is Hank weinbloom investigates, illegal immigration, and what effect it may have on public safety. Thousands of Americans have been brutally killed by those who illegally entered country. President Trump made that argument for a border barrier during his Oval Office address. But is that true nationwide? Statistics are hard to come by a study done by the Cato Institute looked only at the state of Texas in the year two thousand sixteen it found that in that one year thirty two illegal immigrants were convicted of homicide for comparison sake. There were seven hundred forty six murder convict. Actions of native born Americans in Texas. Other research finds no correlation between the illegal immigration and crime. At in fact, undocumented immigrants are less likely to commit a violent crime, then either legal immigrants or American citizens, but illegal immigrants are more likely to be victims of crime, FOX News Radio. Hank weinbloom, President Trump headed to the southern border to make his case for a wall today ABC's Matt Guzman is in the border town of Hidalgo, Texas where he met with border patrol agents or patrol agents, including the chief who gave me this tour are not being paid. And they just passed their first cycle of not getting paid. It is one of the reasons that the border patrol union is now suing the federal government. But the agents I was with simply did their job and we'll continue to do their job. They say until the shutdown is over what we saw in effect was what the president is calling catch and release the asylum-seekers surrendered themselves to US authorities and within two days or so they will be released on their own recognizance in the United States a couple of families. Said they're going to Houston once said they're going to Miami. And then at some point in the future, they have to appear before an immigration judge. But those judges and courts are so backlogged it could take three four five years for them to actually get their court date. Matt up in ABC, news, Hidalgo, Texas could the partial government shutdown impacting your food safety. Fox News radio's Jill NATO reports your food may not be getting before you buy inspections of some domestic food processing facilities have been suspended by the food and Drug administration. The agency says it is working to bring back about one hundred fifty employees to look over riskier foods, like cheese seafood an infant formula. But as for other foods FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb says the agency can't make the case that a routine inspection of Nabisco cracker facility is needed during the shutdown. Gutless did say the agency's going to continue its foreign food inspections in Washington till NATO Fox News six twenty five brought to us by. Financial Engines, Pat.
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"Tied the hands of the pilots. Boeing says the pilots were trained to override a runaway stabiliser and the training manual includes procedures to manually regained control. But the lawsuit says the flight crew didn't have time to diagnose the problem before flight six ten went into its final fatal nosedive with FOX on Justice. Hank weinbloom, Fox News. The thought of my sons growing up without me inspired me to quit smoking. I talked to my doctors, and then I threw away all my cigarettes, ashtrays, and lighters. I started exercising instead of smoking. Getting support from friends online kept me on track. Staying away from alcohol when I was first quitting was key. Instead of smoking after I ate I'd get up and take a walk. I missed having a cigarette in my hand. So I'd hold a pen or straw, anything. Until I knew I wouldn't give into temptation, I spent more time with my friends who didn't smoke. I went to places that were smoke free. I didn't stay quit the very first time. I tried. I kept on trying and I learned something each time. Do whatever it takes. No matter. How many times it takes? I quit. I quit. I quit. We did it. So can you? You can quit for free help. Call one eight hundred quit now a message from the US department of health and human services and. CDC AM and K X X Y FM ninety six point one HD two Oklahoma City. More talk. But.
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"Fox News. Our this is FOX on Justice. Scarlett Johansson plays tough characters in the movies issue, really hard in the head. But the actress who wins most of her onscreen fights is calling this legal battle a lost. Cause Johannesen is talking about deep fake technology. And she's been a victim of it where someone takes images of her face and superimposes it on the body of an actress in a porn video Joannes and says it's happened to her multiple times. But is it legal some commentators say deep fake technology is a form of free speech protected by the first amendment others say creating the impression that you. Do porn videos is a form of defamation, and maybe even identity theft, if a victim has asked to pay money to get the video removed that would be extortion. A crime lawyers also say a case could be made about copyright infringement or a lawsuit based on intentional infliction of emotional distress. So maybe Scarlett Johansson has a few weapons at our disposal with box on jus-. Justice. Hank weinbloom, Fox News. You can listen at home by telling Alexa play on iheartradio. Yeah. Enjoy the stimulation. From the heartland of America that gateway to the west good morning. Good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world. I'm George Noory. Welcome to coast to coast AM later on tonight. We'll talk a little bit about karma. Here's what's happening. Why do people were hoping that the new year would be a fresh start and not replicate? The insane number celebrities who died in two thousand eighteen well, unfortunately, things.
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"Scarlett Johansson plays tough characters in the movies as you really hard in the head. But the actress who wins most of her onscreen fights is calling this legal battle a lost. Cause Johannesen is talking about deep fake technology. And she's been a victim of it where someone takes images of her face and superimposes it on the body of an actress in a porn video and says it's happened to her multiple times. But is it legal some commentators say deep fake technology is a form of free speech protected by the first amendment others say creating the impression that you. Do porn videos is a form of defamation and maybe even identity theft. If a victim is asked to pay money to get the video removed that would be extortion. A crime lawyers also say a case could be made about copyright infringement or a lawsuit based on intentional infliction of emotional distress. So maybe Scarlett Johansson has a few weapons at our disposal with lots on Justice. Hank weinbloom, Fox News. Fox onset. All those ads on TV for group. Facetime calls being offered by apple and you may have already participated in a group video chat on Facebook messenger. That sources say that Google is looking to get into that game. Online tech, log, Android. Police reports that Google's testing a group calling feature for its video chat app. Duo the process is pretty straightforward created group. And then start a call with those people that you can't addity one mid call. Don't expect the same number of group members is apple allows though the Cupertino based company offers a whopping thirty two people talking in a time Google is them to seven it is one more than Facebook. But the social media platform claims that up to fifty friends can join you need to listen, only or voice only mode. In addition. There reports that Google is testing a low light mode that will allow users to see better during nighttime conversations. No word yet win. These changes could arrive for the public. But sources say they are currently being tested internally by the tech company with FOX on tech. I'm Chris.
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"News. This is FOX on Justice time for another year end list, the US chamber of commerce has a separate organization called the institute for legal reform. They're out the the list of what they feel are the most ridiculous lawsuits of two thousand eighteen here are a few of them in Illinois lawsuit against the makers of junior mints, claiming the candy boxes too much air and not enough junior. Mints. A Florida tow truck driver awarded more than five million dollars in damages when fire ants crawled up his leg at an accident scene. Also from Florida a law suit against McDonalds for charging the price of a quarter Pounder with cheese. Even if you don't want cheese on it and their top lawsuit in ridiculousness coffeehouses in California sued for failing to put up signs warning that coffee could contain chemicals that could hurt your health. Bottom line the institute for legal reform would like to shake things up by making it harder to bring these kinds of suits lawyers would most likely object with FOX on Justice. Hank weinbloom, Fox News. When you've heard the stories let the American people see what's going on here. What happened? And why when you know, the news we're trying to get to the facts pay close attention when it's time for reaction. Probably know what's going on here about it. And the American people, these are facts are the facts talk about it. Right here. He's saying what I'm thanking bottom line is this. Six thirty K. How Denver's talk station. Donald Trump ever hired a Farren national Sean Hannity put together a dossier of Russian lies on Hillary Clinton. Because that's what she did down. Today at one on Denver's talk station six thirty K how. Tom Martino, your Trump shooter three zero three seven one three talk bills. Got a comment on well checks. We'll talk about that icon. I care the cheapest best value Lasix in town. If you just need a minor tune-ups to make your is perfect lacy is the.
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Flint water crisis: Michigan health director ordered to manslaughter trial
"Nick Lyon will be put on trial on suspicion of involuntary manslaughter. Lion is an accused, of actual harming anyone he's. The health director of the state of Michigan it was on his watch that the unsafe water crisis. Happened in Flint Michigan people were drinking tainted water people got sick some people died including two elderly men, who contracted legionnaire's disease prosecutors say Nick Lyon did not respond quickly enough to the water crisis, this defendant, he had, one motive in one, motive only and that was to push this on. The table but his lawyer says lion is not to blame there's no evidence that he. Knew anything more about the outbreak because it wasn't elevated to his attention the crisis began, when the, city of, Flint change, the source of its. Water supply to the Flint river which corroded the? Lead pipes and tainted the water that people were
Nevada inmate linked to 1984 hammer killing cold cases in Colorado
"On, January tenth nineteen Eighty-four Patricia Smith was murdered in Lakewood Colorado. Near Denver at the time, police established the murder weapon was, a hammer but they never found the killer a. Week later Bruce and Deborah Bennett and the seven year. Old daughter Melissa were killed in. Aurora Colorado the murder weapon was. A hammer it. Was obvious at, this case haunted are detectives and officers who responded that night, police chief. Nick Metz there had been other hammer attacks at around, that time but no arrest this was before DNA technology. Was available but now using, DNA testing the cases. Were linked scientists were able to establish the debt profile in, the Smith homicide matched the DNA profile that had been attained nine years earlier in, the Bennett homicide John camper with the Colorado bureau. Of investigation as. A result police have now charged Alexander Ewing with the. Hammer attacks he'd been in prison all this time for other attacks with FOX, on Justice, Hank weinbloom, Fox
Charlottesville rallies held on anniversary of violent clashes; 4 arrested [Video]
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Mountain lion breaks into Colorado home, kills family cat
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Google to seek return to China with a censored search engine: Reports
"People This is. FOX on Justice let's. Say years ago maybe when you were in college you tweeted some stuff, that today many people would find offensive one day your boss or HR calls you in fires you because of those tweets you, are I, was just exercising my first amendment, right to free. Speech you can't fire me, well yes they can in fact it just happened to the director of the first two guardians of the galaxy films don't push this button And we'll all, be dead, James Gunn, was cut. Loose by Disney studios after some years old tweets service where he joked about pedophilia and, rape inconsistent with our. Studios values says ni bottom line the first amendment protects you from. The government punishing you for things you say or right but those protections do not extend to the, workplace so, if you tweeted bad. Stuff back in the day and it's still out there it could come back to bite you with FOX on Justice Hank weinbloom Fox News FOX onset there were conflicting. Reports that Google is planning. To roll out a search engine in China but there's, a catch it won't be the. Google that we use here in the states it will be a censored version of the search engine that will block results. From searches about democracy human rights religion, and peaceful protests China. Has strict censorship laws which, sent, Google packing. Back in, twenty ten when they were unable to comply with the restrictive rules since then there. Have been somewhat infrequent Reports, that the, online search. Giant will return but with more restrictions and though Google may want to work to get, back into China Twitter. And Facebook deal with the same restrictions as for just accessing these. Sites from inside China it's not possible the sites are blocked by the country's so-called great firewall that prevents access, to websites that don't. Fall in line with China's censorship laws and using a virtual private network to get around the block doesn't always work with FOX on tech I'm Brent Larson Fox News.
Oregon ranchers pardoned by Trump arrive home
"The dave ramsey show weekdays at noon on the talk of connecticut w drc this is fox on justice in two thousand fifteen father son pair of oregon ranchers were each sentenced to five years in prison hope to see in five years dwight hammond and his son steven were convicted of deliberately setting fires in an oregon wildlife refuge allegedly to cover up evidence of poaching seems like a bit of an overkill the case sparked weeks of angry and violent protests i think it was all actually ingest from from start to finish supporters of cliven bundy sovereign citizens movement clashed with locals it's sort of frightening when there's people making threats and people touting on afraid but now president trump has pardoned dwight and stephen hammond the whitehouse calling the prison sentences unjust wildlife activists that the pardon sends a bad message but oregon republican congressman greg walden calls it a win for justice with fox on justice hank weinbloom fox news fox onset this week apple's app store turns ten years old launched on july tenth two thousand eight with just five hundred apps available it grew to fifty thousand after just a year and ten years.
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"Shoplifter four hundred dollars it's offered by a utah firm called corrective education company and according to the lawsuit the stores get a cut of the fee the lawsuit calls that extortion one of the lawyers says the stores are preying on people who are frightened of the criminal justice system the lawyer claims thousands of people in california happened forced to choose between paying for the class or being charged with a crime walmart says it's done nothing wrong but it also says it's no longer using the online course with fox on justice hank weinbloom fox news news w drc am drc fm hd three hartford w s n g torrington w m w meriden the talk of connecticut happy with the news i'm lisa lacerra fox news environmentalists react to the resignation of epa ministry scott pruitt but they're not thrilled with his replacement this year clubs said it was about time pruitt resigned but that trust in the needs to be restored and a former co lobbyists like andrew wheeler is not the person to do it the natural resources defense council agreed saying wheeler is equally unqualified to serve as the nation's chief environmental steward dan jacobson with environment california was a bit more forgiving we'll have to give him an opportunity to prove himself for the public clearly supports strong boston strong protection truck clean air clean water and protecting our beautiful places he says.
Chris Farley's family sues Trek over name of fat-tired bikes
"This is fox on justice chris farley was a gifted comic actor a saturday night along with a number of hit films that's from tommy boy part of farley's comic appeal was due to his manic energy and his weight around four hundred pounds can actually hear you getting fat he died of a drug overdose in nineteen ninetyseven chris farley's family just filed a lawsuit against the bicycle maker nineteen why because trek bicycle is out with a new line of bikes with big fat tires they named the bikes farley or did you do the family is asking for ten million dollars in damages that's gonna leave a mark feing track is treading on chris farley's fat guy image to make a profit the suit was filed in madison wisconsin where farley was born about thirty miles from waterloo we're trek is based we don't take no for an answer with fox on justice hank weinbloom fox news this is.
Woman hit with defamation lawsuit by doctor over negative Yelp review
"Pots on justice think twice before you post that yelp review a woman in new york city is being sued for defamation because she posted a negative review on yelp michelle wien went to a gynecologist for an annual checkup that was opposed to be fully covered by insurance but instead she got a bill for more than four hundred dollars she tells the new york post that the doctor's office was unhelpful when she questioned the charge so she posted a negative review and now the doctor is suing the law is a little muddy on this issue the first amendment freedom of speech gives you the right to post a negative review but the business has a protection against defamation you're not allowed to say things that aren't true you are allowed to give your opinion though you can write a restaurant reviews saying that was the worst meal you ever ate businesses want your feedback but many of them have nondisparagement clauses which you may not even know you're agreeing to when you become a customer with fox on justice hank weinbloom fox news brad teague.
Man Accidentally Released from Prison 76 Days Early Sues Over Re-Arrest 3 Years Later
"This is fox on justice orlando right got a lucky break back in two thousand twelve a mistaken early release from washington state prison right was serving an eightyear sentence for robbing a man at gunpoint of three hundred dollars at an atm he added about two and a half months to go before his time was done but because of a computer coding glitch the prison doors open and right walked free seventy six days early some three thousand other inmates also got out early because of this error but as for orlando right his lawyer says he started a new life got a job and apartment went to trade school but then three years later state officials discovered the mistake and orlando right was put back in prison for the final seventy six days of his sentence now he's suing the state asking for damages for wrongful arrest and constitutional violations the suit argues the state had no right to lock them up again because it had made the mistake that freedom in the first place no comments from washington state with fox on justice hank weinbloom fox.