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"holbrooke" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To the home office that they pay Mrs Holbrooke a hundred thousand dollars a hundred thousand dollars is a lot of money I don't blame you still I don't see that you have any real reason to suspect that Howard Holbrooke was murdered well I'm relying mainly on a hunch misspent fax and the so far unexplained reason why Holbrooke's body was found in the trench behind his former home your positive about it was that Holbrooke yes yes it's the clubs had of course disintegrated beyond recognition but Mrs Holbrooke identified by the fact that the third toll of his left foot was missing also there was a watch inscribed with Holbrooke's name were you able to determine the cause of death no there were no marks of violence at all but still you think he was murdered possibly by his wife in order to collect the insurance well we have definitely established that Holbrooke's wife was spending most of the month of June with her sister but the fact is only fifty miles from Benton could she have given back without our sisters knowing about it well from June sixth to June thirteenth Mrs Holbrooke was sick in bed with a called her sister and some friends have already testified to that fact Berlin establishes robot rather completely doesn't wait a minute June sixth it was a year ago I thought it was serving a jail sentence at that time no you seem inspection was given his freedom on June fifth as you remember Holbrooke was sentenced on a charge of embezzlement and the bank of which he was president yes engines which quite scandal even appropriating the bank's funds over a period of years that's right he had amassed a small fortune but all of it was spent fighting the charges against him so when he was released from jail he was broke yeah on June fifth he was set free on June fourteenth he appeared at the home of a cousin in Chicago and he told a cousin he lacked the courage to face his family or society mmhm the next day he disappeared and have been heard from since he looks to me Mr colours then you have to pay Mrs Holbrooke the hundred thousand dollars and possibly arrive thanks well before I make my office there's one other thing you must know moments that will be tween June sixth and June thirteenth neighbors reported seeing a light on the whole group home and some of the report stated that a mysterious figure was seen moving about the grounds and approach your answer the stories Mister fuller justice Dr one hundred was in jail he made an enemy of a man named guy innocent they quarrelled frequently over small matters even resorting to fisticuffs and want to locations Anderson was released two days after holder and it's your opinion that this guy Emerson came directly to the whole brick home Howard Goldberg waiting there for his wife to return from my sisters and murdered him now no it couldn't have happened that way remember Dr Holbrooke was seen in Chicago on June fourteenth as a matter of fact I couldn't feel I don't believe he returned to his home at all then what do you believe Mr fuller I believe that Holbrooke was murdered by his wife I don't know how to win a winner and I've absolutely nothing to go on but a hunch but my company Dan field is willing to gamble ten thousand dollars to have me proven right right now the second act of danger Dr Dan then yes.
Word Of Faith's Pattern Of Abuse 'Got Worse Over Time,' Says 'Broken Faith' Author
"Jane Whaley was not satisfied with being a pastor's wife she believed god had bigger plans for her so she pushed against all the norms that kept her from the pulpit and found the church and spend their North Carolina called the word of faith fellowship the church's website shows people singing and smiling Jane Whaley at center stage from the outside it looks like a community of pious believers but some former members say the dangerous cult these people believe that Jane Whaley was their path to salvation and that if they did anything that went against her wishes they would get cancer and die or they would become drug addicts these are things that Jane way we would tell them it was Holbrook more he and Mitch Weiss a fellow AP reporter have been looking into abuse allegations within the church for years our colleague Rachel Martin spoke with them about their new book broken faith and just a note here the story does include descriptions of that alleged abuse there is two sides Jayme wellies yours that's sweet southern grandmotherly type and then there's the Jane that nobody sees except church members the one who screaming at the top of a longs congregants warning them that the devils have to come out it's like the Jekyll and Hyde right Holbrooke can you describe what people saw in her what was bringing them to this church I think that in the beginning when people would go to the church they were selling a lot of love yeah the members of this church they live in nice homes they drive nice cars the children are well mannered they have a Christian school so I think when a lot of families first go there everything seems great but over time Janeway Lee and her other ministers they take more and more control of your lives in fact a lot of times they'll remove children from their families home it and place them with ministers to be raised and what that does is over time sometimes those kids care more about the minister's than their own parents so it makes it difficult for families to leave so it's not a quick thing where you just walk in the door and they say Hey come on in you can come in you can never leave we're gonna take your television magazines radio all that away from you an institute all these rules it's a slow progressive thing and Mitch she when the other church leadership they would use family members against one another I mean hobar talked about how they would separate children sometimes as leverage but they got family members to serve as informants almost absolutely you have to realize they believe that Jane well it was a profit that god spoke to her and everything she said was the gospel and one of the techniques that she used what she had everybody informed on each other it was in a way she would have them tell her their deepest darkest secrets and then she kept the file of those secrets and if they threatened to leave or did something wrong she had all the evidence she needed there to keep them in line so it it was a range of emotional and psychological abuse but from interviews you did with a hundred or so former members you were able to reconstruct a pattern of a violent physical abuse can you just a lay out for us some of those more extreme examples of that yes it was something that that really got worse over time and you have to understand what her philosophy is the doctrine is is really pretty simple doubles a real and if you're a drug addict it's because you have this drug gavel if you know your alcoholic the same if you're having an affair it's the same thing there are there lawful devils and so what she would do is it was called devils and deliverance where they would have people surround you and scream at you at to get the devils out get out double yeah and and it will go on and on and on perfect example is with the baby if babies cry it wasn't because they were hungry or they had a dirty diaper it was because it was a devil inside them that was making them cry so you would have groups of people surrounding a you know in a fan and screaming until that baby would just get tired and finally you know go to sleep and not to scream it just it just to be specific this method call blasting they are they're right in front of the subject's face right there screaming into the baby's ears enter a like inches from her face exactly and that's how she started at the beginning with her congregants over time it became more and more violent it wasn't enough just to screen to scare the devils out of people now you had to punch people you had to hold them down to restrain them you had to choke them you had to do everything possible to get rid of that devil and that's when it became extremely violent that's where the people who who recounted their stories would break down to us they would tell us about their injuries and they couldn't go to doctors they couldn't be treated because they knew what would happen so they had to keep it secret but it's those beatings that that really it's still seared into their planes now they can't get rid of those images those nightmares there is a lot of suspense in this tale but it's it's not fiction I mean this is this is a real life accounting of how the church destroyed these lives but you're you're so specific I mean it reads like fiction though you could you've you're recreating dialogue how did you do that we tried to talk to as many people as we could about any particular incident that we wanted to write about let's not often interviewed him together multiple times over a period of five years really we look for please reports department social services child welfare investigation documents we have recordings from inside the church videos so we just tried to to use all the resources that we could find to tell this story in the most compelling way that we could several lawsuits have been brought against the church and its members over the years has anyone been held accountable for the abuse there are five people currently charged with assaulting a former member of the church Matthew Fenner he says that he was beaten to expel his homosexual demons back in two thousand thirteen but so far nobody's been convicted in that case and Matthew fenders waiting for justice the fact that you have the sheriff you have the district attorney all these people who have looked the
"holbrooke" Discussed on WWL
"Hey doc I pataca Holbrooke we go got a bad doc Hey doc would not the Raymond downtown what about the head Raymond yeah Hey Bob yes go ahead really yeah yeah I do want to say I'm glad you said just playing like the plane and molding gonna come back the same guy rip doll to years in a row and I'm hoping you're years anniversary let's say you make a change to a ball right I want to know I think that would be the best available that you can have knowingly and no water and I just think knowing that a comedy I'm and I'm just hoping that you know just like your point at all well that might have been might have been the saints patrons listen whatever you got a hall of fame refers ballot like drew Brees in Tom Brady that can a car and it just shows you I don't know how many teams in the NFL here's your number I'm not talking about the twenty first century will what's happened recently they get adversity that the the saints happy when you so close but so far well what happened against the the bike you to Minneapolis do we gonna fall no last year the non call the Superbowl are you freaking kidding me did that affect this no me look at this stage right now I'll tell you right now to show you how good the Cesar there's not too many franchise I I think there is a short list it might be only one team the page yeah I can handle that overcome it I'm telling you that is I believe a few part of the that nation how can you not love this Steve I'll now we want to win every game we were we were at right now the adversity and win the heart of the big things the gore through bowl district at the end of the the breeders in the AFC we got way more adversity consider this dread that the end is the birthday is the that's why it's only car give you a sage fan you live in the Haiti right now without a doubt look at the rams this is a war hang over there undoubtedly the safer better no I'm about girls will look the recently the eagles were there right look at the ramp no the Cesar top dog as far as consistency in the NFC I want to hear from the likes of some of the national guys Colin cowherd in particular who flat out said on his radio show that he is the saints are gonna tank he said yeah that's kind of the beginning because you know what they do the job on the bandwagon is like a roller coaster the V. I. there on that that we often on the other that they do it all that that they go with the wind well that's all they go all the way it's blowing it in all are very convincing win bothers saves how they beat Tampa Bay on the road and all that stuff so the whole full though how good the states are and I'll tell you weak knowledge that I don't know what's going to happen I'll tell you when the forty Niners the forty Niners from the town is going to be a playoff game I'll tell you right now which said Frank.
"holbrooke" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Weeks for rebate. Hey, this is Don prior here. We're Todd Jeffries. You are listening to the very best of Todd and dawn, and we're going to be live at five thirty. So you stay tuned. You're listening to the best of Todd and dawn on NewsRadio. KLBJ Austin energy is set to end the year with at least fifty million additional in revenue about that utility credits higher than average electric consumption during the summer months at according to the Austin monitor customers, we'll see the impact of the extra revenue reflected on their bills early next year. Now that means lower rates probably not doesn't mean you're going to get some kind of reimbursement on your next to some kind of credit. Probably not my feeling. I'm sure we won't see we won't. We might see it not. No. We're seeing it. But we're not going to feel it. Right. We're not going to feel it in any way, shape or form. But it's pretty interesting that Austin energy has so much extra money. However, they just can't find the money to install lighting and maintain the lighting around the UT campus, as you know. Holbrooke wiser she was brutally killed in the dark. Knight walking along the west campus area horrible story. Here was the result of that was a lot of people complained about homeless people being aggressive in that area. But also, they complained about a lack of lighting just a dark area to walk. You know, if you're a co Ed, and so the city of Austin launched a major study in may of two thousand seventeen they launched a major study an outside consultant to come in and study and review the lighting situation in the west campus area that study revealed that we have about eleven hundred lights in that area street lights, and such but about twenty percent of them are either broken or vandalized or just totally blocked. Uh-huh. So it's just another example of mismanagement at Austin city hall. They can't manage their pools. They can't manage a lot of things, and they can't manage the lighting around the west campus area. And who knows what we pay this consulting company. And I'm sure it's it's way too much for them to ascertain that it's dark here. You should make it lighter by getting more light there. What are you going to study this? What do you have to study? The fact that you and I could have done it's dark you need lights. Yeah. Exactly. That's just common sense. It's the old broken window policy. Why why did they take so long in the light are still there day one the day after when people started when they had that first public hearing a week after her Ruka Weiser was buried and everybody on the parents students teachers were saying, hey, what are you more lighting? They should have put more lighting up that day. Yep. And they could have could have been some temporary. Solution. I'm sure to pacify it until I put it in a permanent solution generator lighting or or something. To make the situation immediately better. Everybody listening is an experts on how to turn lights on. I've already done it like three times. Everybody listening knows when you walk into a dark room, you turn the lights on and things are better. Right, right. It took a year and a half to study that right? Or like, you do if I'm in the bathroom, and you leave the bathroom you turn the light off. And then you giggle get well. Never gets old. But there you go there now talking about spending about two million dollars bickering over spending two million dollars for public safety for kids around the UT campus. Yeah. Seriously. You got Austin energy that has fifty million extra and your bickering over two million dollars. Seriously. It's proof that the Austin city council mayor Adler the Greg Kosovars the Jimmy flanigan's public safety is not a top priority, by the way, they treated our police officers with their contract. Now the way they're overlooking. The need to protect children acres police officers, but fire EMS all of it. It's it's it's a low priority. It should be number one. Absolutely number one. Tell me what you need. We'll get it for your right now. It took him a year and a half to study this issue. Yeah. A year and a half then credible. We need to be consulted span that is where the money. You're listening to the best of Todd and Don on NewsRadio KLBJ everybody Todd Jeffries here along with Don prior. This is the best of the Todd and Don show, but stay with us. We're live coming up at five thirty on NewsRadio LBJ. Mixture of clouds and sunshine for today. We'll have a high of fifty eight degrees. Then rather cloudy with a low of forty five tonight from the weather center. I'm Heather zehr. What if I told you there was a way to step into another gear for your brain and be much sharper? More focused and improve your memory to a level that you could only dream about. 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U.S. prepares to send hospital ship to Colombia amid refugee crisis
"Defense Secretary. James Mattis is heading. Back to DC after a trip to Colombia. Mattis has that the Pentagon is preparing to dispatch. A hospital ship to help relieve. The strain on, the Columbia healthcare system from, Venezuelan refugees Mattis says the Colombian president has embraced the proposal during their talks in Boca call yesterday the United Nations says more than two million Venezuelans have fled the crisis torn country as of June mainly. To Colombia Ecuador Peru, and Brazil, Mattis says that this is having a crippling effect on. US allies in the region you can add, a, million people into
Astros, Cardinals and AL discussed on CBS Sports Radio
"It's pretty crowded near the top of the leaderboard. Heading into the final. Day the PGA. Championship Brooks kept go holding a two-shot lead at twelve under after shooting a third round sixty six Adam Scott, trails at ten under nine. Other golfers are all within four shots of the lead including. Tiger Woods Shot at sixty six, Saturday. In stands at.
Lava bomb hit boat operated by Hawaii tour company with history of lawsuits
"Hostile academic environment that included excessive drinking favoritism and inappropriate behavior last year fifteen students told. The school paper the professors created an environment where sexual harassment. Is normalized the attorney general's office is also investigating the coastguard keeping Hawaii. Lava tour boats farther. Away from the ball mechanic activity after lava bomb crashed into a boat injuring two dozen people the coast guard has allowed some tour boats to get closer than others to the lava flowing into the ocean but after monday's lava bomb injured twenty three people including a woman who suffered from broken leg they're keeping everyone further back now eight hundred constant toward the lava flow on the exact same boat days earlier and he didn't notice how close they were allowed to get as soon as the log or whatever hits the water it create the crystal which then goes flying again the gap It's also very. Small is very watering and everything you've read about being exposed to toxic fumes absolute. Felt and, I'm still, feeling ill four days later he said he noticed other boats staying further back. And that during his or small rocks for flying around the vessel Jessica Rosenthal Fox News John Irving the author. Of novels such as the world according to car and the cider house rules that examined social, issues is this year's winner of. The lifetime achievement award celebrating literature is power to foster peace Irving's first novel. Was published fifty years ago when he was twenty six years old the Richard C Holbrooke distinguished achievement award also comes. With a ten thousand dollar prize Lisa lacerra FOX, News Radio Message and data rates may. Apply please don't text and drive ever wonder, why European, seemed to speak so many languages maybe it's..
Fatberg boosts museum numbers
"The project and he's words web is worth the wait one of his deputies says it's too early to say whether congress feels that way peter king cbs news wbz news time three fifty two all right this story is simply disgusting and it comes from the sewer a new exhibit comes from the sewer that is drawing in crowds at the museum of london will let cbs's vicki barker explicit raiders at the museum of london say visitor numbers have surged ever since they started displaying a big fat berg sliced from monster eight hundred foot long fat fatburger found in the london sewers when we put the wrong things into the sewer curator andy holbrooke says the display has changed in the four months it's been on show continuing to sweat you the flies that were there originally by having a paid for some months now too much information stop changing color so it's looking pretty happy where is right now use iem is so happy with visitor numbers they're thinking of preserving the fat berg for posterity vicki barker cbs news london devoted immigration policy overgrowth hollerin' family separation trump signed an executive order to end the ongoing debated need new executive order simply pick up the phone call jeff sessions and say stop the policy the lingering controversy finally secure.
Regulating San Francisco's Electric Scooter Problem
"On the traffic leader kcbs weather is sponsored by or local mercedesbenz steelers partly cloudy this morning but sunny and warmer this afternoon highs in the fifties to apper sixties co side seventies and eighties around the bay and the low nineties inland tonight mostly clear increasing clouds overnight at the coast and bay lows in the fifties and for tomorrow partly to mostly cloudy at the coast and bay in the morning clear and sunny inland highs in the sixties seventies too low eighties around the bay and the upper eighties inland traffic and weather together on the gates on all news one was six nine am seven forty kcbs kcbs news time is eleven forty san francisco recently placed a temporary ban on rentals of electric powered scooters and will require companies that supply them to get a permit people had complained about riders abandoning the scooters willy nilly when they're done with them now his kcbs has jefferson reports it's the same story in the city of sausalito which is working on a scooter regulation plan of its own christopher holbrooke owns an art shop in sausalito when he says the city already has an issue with thousands of rental bikes last year they started to implement finding and giving tickets for people that left their bikes on sidewalks or locked up to trees now he says it's electric scooters rented in san francisco ridden illegally across the golden gate bridge sidewalk and down to sausalito getting ditched on sidewalks it's been dangerous safety issues san francisco is in the process of regulating e bikes which have been cluttering sidewalks and creating other headaches sausalito mayor joan cox says not here it needs to go and crack it just cannot be left leaning against a poll or a tree or as i have seen them laying on the sidewalk in sausalito offending scooters will be impounded the price to get one back a hundred fifty dollars in sausalito jeffrey schaub kcbs are the best tippers turns out it's not millennials according to a study released this week kcbs scotland terry reports through the best tip brassieres locals it doesn't matter what are now i feel that their privilege and maybe don't respect people uncertain graphic elements talking about millennials mickey balcony as a waitress at the new spot on polk street he's been in the service industry most of her adult life and says she does see a difference the difference that was documented by credit cards dot com their report concluded.
"holbrooke" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Owner christopher holbrooke has seen them rented electric scooters infiltrating sausalito i have seen a few of them that they were next to a mailbox and they are actually lied debt laying down on the ground people rent the scooters in san francisco in ride them to sausalito even though they're band on the golden gate bridge sidewalk and writers are instructed by the rental companies not to take them into marin county recently san francisco placed a moratorium on scooter rentals until they can be regulated but they'll be back on the streets again soon and sausalito mayor joan cox knows they'll pop up in her city again soon we're concerned because we've seen how clutter various areas of san francisco have become and so we want to make sure that we manage the downtown congestion so sausalito will now require that any scooter left on the sidewalk or against a tree or post or pole the impounded the cost to retrieve it one hundred fifty bucks in sausalito jeffrey schaub kcbs the body of a san jose man was recovered after he disappeared while swimming at a reservoir along the colorado river officials from bullhead city zona found the body of the forty four year old man in pot cove in the lake mead national recreation area he disappeared on sunday morning and five people were rescued yesterday when their sailboat ran into trouble near land's end in san francisco one person fell into the ocean the coast guard responded crews rescued demand in the water and four people on the boat the craft then was towed to safety coming up on kcbs san francisco which is looking for more ways to keep people cool after the deaths of three people last labor day heat wave to fifteen here's your sports line with bruce mcgowan it was probably the ugliest loss of the season for the san francisco giants as they had a four nothing lead andrew mccutchen just missed hitting a three run homer the would've pretty much put this game out of reach had left it opening the marlins scored two in the fifth and stunned hunter strickland who walked a couple of hitters gave up a double and a pair of singles and miami just as they did a week ago pull out a dramatic one run victory this one of five to four nbc sports bay is mike crew co had this overview of the loss afterwards we did see this coming leading after the eighth inning before today chatsworth thirty one oh the bullpen has just been on fire it's been one of the really consistent straits of this giants team at strickland tonight he came out and he could not find his release point and put himself behind eight ball with a walk and got behind the counts to the credit of the marlins who bid more that feisty the eyes of the giants year they took advantage of it and that's micro nbc sports bay area of course the marlins took three games in a row from the giants all of which the giants could have won last week even though they're in last place the marlins are giving the giants a lot of trouble as we'll be back in action tuesday night there'll be opening up a road trip at san diego meanwhile world cup action continues today three matches are on the docket and russia the big story yesterday was england picking up a first round win in a thriller over tunisia as captain harry kane score the first goal for the british eleven minutes into the contest then got the game winner in stoppage time which means late in the contest with the clip across.
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"holbrooke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It sounds like to that you know by and large holbrooke sort of represented a different different error altogether or different sort of frame of mind one that comes before this this this priority that you've just characterized in terms of shooting i he you know the vietnam parallel haunted him and i talk a lot about those echoes in his life and in american history and one of the ways in which he ran afoul of the obama administration was by referring to that history and trying to sound the alarm in a way that her self consciously reflected his experiences over decades of expertise and i think one of the subplots throughout war on peace is our turn away from expertise and the perils of that and look all of this is shades of gray the obama administration loved experts in some way you know and and people close to obama and this book point out that he will loved an historian you love to journalists you would bring people in but certainly in that afghanistan review process the expertise and history that richard holbrooke brought to the table was not only not welcome but really there is an allergic reaction to it and there again there's lesson right now we are seeing all of our experts just shoved out the door that's what the state department is supposed to bring to the table and we're losing it i'm d w gibson speaking with ronan farrow about his new book war on peace the end of diplomacy and the decline of american influence published by norton we'll be right back after a break later on in the show alexander chee with his memoir how to write an autobiographical novel plus michael arlen davis who's new documentary looks at the history of the sat with neil seltzer the ceo of.
"holbrooke" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Holbrooke there's more traffic 405 man was four or five always like that because that way now from the valley into the west side that's the easiest route otherness surfacetreated if you go over the canyon just awesome and to the airport if you go over the kenyans you've going to steal get some traffic going over what has been a decaying in cold water cannon laurel canyon atar i don't think beverley ever maybe maybe two or three times have are actually crossed voter fraud five and actually seen cars move him or two miles an hour or the pink hats rewards really only that stretch just like i mean basic like in in early cross it at the 10 threat on at one which are none none rush hour i mean it's usually just kind of like that stretch from the airport 'til about like sunset boulevard more or less you know like maybe the 101 yannis probably about yeah that's probably about right depending on the time of day you got that parliament she got an a win to travel see because if you go somewhere twenty minutes off by give you leave at three oppose it three twenty or your debbie straight you leave it 320 you might just be you toast oh i know you live at three o five opposed to 255 that sorted you gotta geno you've got to know that might leave my house at five forty two as a chance i could be late getting here yeah but apparently as far forty go i'm influence as the craziest day yes that is correct as i who are these cars curve wrong in this abuses too many gap the city i'm still learning there's jahromi traveler in los angeles pay off the tees pay off the tees i mean we have like ninety seconds to pay off their paid off on okay so here's what i think even though mitch can do the job and if you're just tuning in mitch cup checked looks like it could be the new guy in charge in charlotte um.
"holbrooke" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"My gosh like texting him on the slicing like come on come on over on here i they ferry dock up retailers bought the best friend and you get that but you your boyfriend needs understand that you need some alone time with him have you had this conversation with him all right under our freak out holbrooke what the hell is my uh my friends all weekend because i didn't hang out with him last weekend for you and i'm like i was just one weekend you hang out with them all the time every day uh uh uh chicks and stuff and when you guys go out i mean you have to sit there and watch the show i'll regarding he thinks he's like fatty and he's he's there i'm sorry i think you could communicating with your boyfriend let him know a hey you know what i can't handle harrasement andy thank you for listening daniel yeah what's going all right so let's talk about a your of course a grammys last night he bruno mars sweeping the top categories are taking home a total of six awards including album record and song of the year album of the year and single of the year for twenty four karat magic he went song of the year for that's what i like kendrick lamar one five awards daisy had eight nam's but unfortunately want wound of walking away with nothing but you know at j these when a million awards in the in the past i think he's he's i'll be happy camper probably slept okay i think he slept okay and this is where he goes sting and james cordon and shaggy went into the subways in new york city because they figured you know in la they do carpool kariuki because everybody you know drive's here in new york we take the subway so they said what if we did a little subway carry okay.
"holbrooke" Discussed on AP News
"News been a vulture being counted across alabama special election for us senate republican roy more democrat doug jones in a tight race for the seat once held by attorney general jeff sessions a day after new york democratic senator kirsten gillaibrand called on president trump to resign over sexual misconduct allegations he fired back on twitter saying she would come to his office begging for canteen competent contributions and do anything to get them her response to that i see it as a sex as sexists near any that's what it is and fight of the president's effort name calling white house says trump is use the same words when talking about lawmakers being bought by special interest a judge in venezuela orders an american man to stand trial royal on weapons charges dashing hopes his family in utah that he be released and be with them for christmas josh will hold has been in custody for nearly a year and a half i'm tim mcguire there's been a push from some to resume the president trump's invite but as ap's charles duodecimal reports america's ambassador to britain is counting on the president to make a trip to the uk soon woody johnson says he hopes president donald trump will visit next year despite the recent twitter dispute with prime minister theresa may johnson's told the bbc that trump's remarks to may what probably misinterpreted he added that the president is not weak about tackling terrorism in a rare rebuke to britain's closest ally may spokesman last month said the trump was wrong to re tweet videos posted by elite other british farright group trump hit back telling me to focus on the destructive radical islamic terrorism in britain meanwhile may's office has rejected calls from opposition lawmakers to evoke trump's invitation to pay a state visit to britain charleston investment on latenight host jimmy kimmel's back out of the year after a week off and as ap's ed donahue reports is renewed his call for congress to fix health care for children kimmel carried out the reason he needed time away from his show his baby son billy style our heart surgery holbrooke's fine feeling was born with a heart defect his dad pleaded with congress to restore and improve children's health cover have had enough of this i don't know what could be more disgusting and putting a tax cut that mostly goes to rich people ahead of the.
"holbrooke" Discussed on AP News
"Ordinance eating its longterm plans for the area wait right hosted jimmy kimmel's back out of the year after a week off and does a piece ed donahue reports is renewed his call for congress to fix health care for children kindled carried out the reason he needed time away from his show his baby son bill is our heart surgery holbrooke's fine every feeling was born with a heart defect his dad pleaded with congress to restore and improve children's health cover i've had enough of this i don't know what could be more disgusting inputting attached cut that mostly goes to rich people ahead of the lives of children billy needed one surgery just after his birth and had a followup operation last week daddy cries of tv but billy does i'm ed donahue kentucky craft brewers are reusing bourbon barrels as part of a barrel reuse program with willett distillery a charred oak barrel can only be used once to create bourbon whisky but more than two dozen brewers are proving used barrels can be put to good use they've collected used barrels for a special barrel aged beer showcase to be released next summer the brewers a beer and bourbon fans will be able to sample the barrel aged fears at the kentucky craft fashion june 23rd at louisville water front parks festival plaza thank you for listening to the ap radio network hated you know the the associated press produces news related books here's what's new enough coming first pat presidential dogs cats and other triggers deadly force fatal confrontations with police the hubble telescope a universe of new discovery and many more visit ap dopp war slash books to purchase or visit amazon barnes and noble dot com or ibooks.
"holbrooke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Less broadcaster these coq ten years ago you could argue that right then from the grave held watching and was leading at least one person chicagoan who was at that point running for president in the democratic primaries and when that candidate said the does no black americans are wait america is only the united states of america you could hear the echoes of harold washington saying be fair the fair some of you may know that i cargo in part because the installation of bear washington's campaign and for those of you who recall that and recall chicago at that time it's hard to forget the sense of possibility that he's sparked a greek holbrooke obama ran for senate later for president one of his advisors was david axelrod managed uniquely position to comment on how racial politics of changed in chicago since heralds time this is also a political advisor to hera washington battering herald second montemayor ten years ago when we regret cast the show reached extra out on a cell phone to talk about that was during the obama campaign he was on a campaign bus in iowa to me back then things had significantly changed in chicago's white words in the years since heralds death i remember that neither of the two thousand and or a democrat primary for the us senate when barack obama was nominated and one of the things that i uh look at that night was how he did on the northwest side of chicago uh you don't wanna herald grand he got 8 percent of the white house in is first primary i think he got twenty percent in the reelection and uh much of the determined resistance was on the northwest side of chicago it uh and uh about like carried all but one war on the north side of chicago even carried the precinct in which saint pascal's sits that was the church where uh had a washington and walter mondale campaign the 1983 and i've met with really hostile resistance from the crowd finally carried that crease you can i set to uh brock that night i think harold smiling down tonight and about the general election senator when seventy percent of the vote in every white warren city israel to far from that when he ran for president what happened back then ten years ago when we last broadcasts the show we as one of.
"holbrooke" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Holbrooke i'm michael harrington another arrest there the search of a house in the london subway attack police said the search is connected to the arrest of a twenty one year old man taken into custody under the terrorists max he is a second man arrested on suspicion of being involved in the recent attack on a london subway train that injured thirty people police had attia says to house in some brave believed to be linked the fast suspects who was arrested it to the third reports the two of us indicate authorities believe he attack at possums queen station was part of a coordinated clots not the acts of a single person britain's tara threat level remains at critical the highest level meeting that authorities believe another attack his eminence can't sabah's london elsewhere four young female american tourists were attacked with acid today in the french city of marseille by a woman who has been arrested g of the tourists were injured in the phrase from the attack in the city's main st charles train station one has a possible i am serie a conservative publishing giant will not endorsed the new york times bestseller list anymore beggary publishing says the list does not reflect the rest of the country president margie lost is concerned over the papers questionable result pal the times claims to have some sort of secret formula and i understand that but the problem is there no transparency and so you can't really understand what why not an regna renault's it's nothing and all this problem is not something unique directory other conservative publishers conservative author it had experience there as well the company no longer prince books without famous times sticker nor uses it in marketing looking now to publishers weekly who prints actual sales results from books can a third party nielsen rating company found your reporting breakfast there's smashed windows with trash cans lift dozens.
"holbrooke" Discussed on WRVA
"Time capsule this is a bloomberg marks exactly seventeen years from the day it's his first major league player and this week in 1994 of thirty four th day of the players strike the major league baseball season is cancelled including all the remaining regularseason games and the postseason including the world series thanks out that your iheartradio weekend sports time capsule this is a bloomberg market minute wall street is standing pat after a triple record tuesday the dow up just fourteen points the nasdaq down a fraction and the s p down a fraction the price of oil though is going up after government inventory numbers for the second wake after hurricane harvey showed the biggest drop in gasoline supplies since at least 1990 because of refinery shutdowns and greater demand in florida from people trying to try out of harm's way crude futures are up more than two percent to over forty nine dollars a barrel florida's orange crop will be casualty of erma and now we're getting an idea just how serious the damage could be growers tell bloomberg the storm may have ripped it out half the state's oranges off the who is crying now brought journey their first topfive single in the summer of nineteen 81 keyboard blair jonathan gain says writing the song in a rainstorm was a breeze loose cry now is and melody that's the theory had in his head he came over to where i was living in the city and it was pouring rain outside and it was just one of those things that flowed out i said what about who's crying now and saying it three hours later it was done sort of an explosion and asset of our can with your thoughtful every profile come kamal someone has along void holbrooke plays the villain in the new walgreen movie logan james gave me a lot of freedom to play with cares sms working with your fossil every profile hong kong someone has co actor actor void holbrooke plays the villain in the new wolverine movie logan james gave me a lot of freedom to play with the character a lot of even to you know is simple things of the cosmetics look of the character ideas were welcomed new fitting word then onto the rex stars alongside hugh jackman and newcomer daphne keane who has has a key role which requires lots them stunned work holbrooke says he was incredibly impressed with his.
"holbrooke" Discussed on Z100
"Of people are going to be a road trip down the turnpike valuable the the game awesome police officer was shot in cyprus's brooklyn but saved by his vest he's from the seventy four th precinct he's ok the vast saved his life while recovering from his injuries thank god president donald trump is going to be staying in his his apartment at trump tower for the first time since he was elected president since since he moved to the white house he'll be there forest's three nights this weekend last i didn't realize he had never been in there he hadn't been there since he's been to new york city he just came in he did something on the intrepid they went back to to a dc i believe no he's going to be staying there so trump block as they call it all around that area yeah so stay away jackson new jersey the home of two things we love six flags over uh new jersey what is it called great adventure right i'm from texas because it's six flags over texan six flights rated frazier and also the home to the holbrooke little league allstar team they are are on the doorstep of little league world series if they win tonight in bristol connecticut next stop the little league world series awesome back wants here that is so cool the tomorrow night sorry toys r us you know even though they closed their big old store in times square they may be opening would've they definitely are opening a pop up store of wool it's not can be as big as the other one rice we'll talk more about that it gives he one hundred weather for the weekend what is it sun and clouds of some rain tomorrow the morning show let's to go talk to dawn don thanks for holding on did you fall asleep while you're on hold yes record amazon so john went to bed around two a m the same exact time i finished my let the last episode of ozark as well first of all without giving anything away what did you think of the series iraq ray elaborate yameichi yeah you sound like you are about have brought might crapper it could work quickly correct way or another guy.
"holbrooke" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Love you tom i was gonna say he should have won micheal clay but that was one of the fiercest best supporting actor categories along to who who won the air or damn and he also had older a reform and yeah holbrooke scraping i mean he look he's got those beckett's he's got those begets the getty has performance of all i know but he had his begets here counter no he had some shibata an actual back now all right so right so after this rude awakening to gothenburg crime and the complexity of fighting or a criminal enterprise gives its co 2 a homeless man he gives his koto homeless and play by a kids say his name but he said he's grew ride a russiabelarus cher bega has i you know these are mean elon her taken to love him is he serbian want to get that ranks he's a croatian out roundworm i'm sir and then he boards about boards aboke auditor crimes are kind of convert consonant uh there's one woman i do want spotlight the we move past which is a after tom and martha wehner shot you know and and thomas wins trying to just crisismanagement the situation but gets out of hand and in panic joe shell shoots i'm sure we speak right uh then he goes the police station and gary oldman as the kindly cop who's there sergeant uh with the full court him jim court jesus and he's the one guys can deal with as kidney human level there's a moment i love where the the chief of police i guess.
"holbrooke" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Henry cavill shops how many while the as as as a yard is eliminated lose our town holbrooke job i'm michael harrington maybe officials say search and rescue wherever it's are over for the seven sailors missing after a destroyer collided yesterday with a merchant ship in waters off japan a number of bodies have been recovered from damage sleeping quarters aboard the a u s s with gerald few apartment that house hunter and sixteen other crew our and those apartments and it was a significant impact to the side ship price admiral joseph outgoing commander of the us seventh fleet he says little names will be released until the sailors next of kin are notified britain's trade minister says the panelling used only exterior of the london highrise in which at least fifty eight people were killed in a shocking fire last week appears to have violated building code experts say the clad again the insulation it contained seems to spread the flames quickly along the exterior of the building overwhelming safety devices like fire doors officials cautioned that investigators still don't know exactly what cladding was used when the building run of asian was completed last year what do investors walk tax reform of the water right now economists steve moore of the heritage foundation has a message for president trump and gop congressman the witness anticipation that we're actually obamacare repeal than that we were going to get a for the first time in thirty years a real tax cut dick rejuvenate me revive the economy that we were going to see i'm these regulations reduce which by the way he has don in a big way but i think republicans have got to get going i'm next tax cut more smoked at the salem radio network he was part of them candidate trump's economic theme french president emmanuel macron has voted today in parliamentary elections expec back behaviors fourteen month old party of big majority curious crowds gathered this morning to watch mccrone cast a ballot in the second round of elections for the five hundred seventy seven seat assembly or on these stories of town all dot com.
"holbrooke" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Zerocoupon bonds are up since the march fed meeting almost twelve percent bonzes holbrooke abruptly six to seven a lot of hedge funds acid miniatures underperform credit underperformed under underweight excuse me a bond so they're playing catchup pier so i think a lot of capital this coming in to the retail space and to bonds as a whole turn play catchup carriage use these signals i mean does this give you any i look at wednesday's balancesheet started to get distressed we looked at j crew months and months ago macy's is not trading with any kind of distress yields are still very tight so i made that would that would support your thesis yet still i feel like the business models in such lex that i want to step into the equity here yeah well this disruption when disruption is this powerful the swift and you think about how millions of how many employees are in this sector i just don't think the markets the cart this sector route in a short period of time i think it's going to take a much longer periods on so the relief rally could be six to nine months and then maybe some more pain larry mcdonnell ac janelle an extraju by this offset larry's listen lawyer was slashing leonard summer spot on into banks without and the it all sets up very similar alert elite so what it did laugh out nordstrem's reported on mates wealth on that day the stock traders think eighteen and a half nineteen million shares probably three or four times normal volume traded down to forty one box it hasn't bounce as a matter of fact today closed lower than may twelve lawsuit yvette a month for a chu bounce on what's been pretty decent tape you haven't seen that bouts my question back would be although larry's now gone and i don't want to bring him back good by the guess like last night if you haven't seen the bounce yet when you get to see the bout so i still think there's some downside leptin j w n.
"holbrooke" Discussed on Serial
"He says it wasn't a personal slight to holbrooke even care about that it was the principle he thought the military had too much sway that it was dominating political strategy and these wars volley nassir also worked for holbrooke in the s rap office does a special advisor he's a middle east scholar molly nassir says in holbrook's view the whole military versus diplomacy debate was out of whack in other words it was general portray us we should be holbrooke swing man or handmaiden militaries a handmade into diplomacy and that balance has been lost during the bush years and and and that's i i think he believe that douglas fundamentally wrong and would fund and would get america into greater trouble so holbrook's view was that you use the military to get the taliban to the table but the goal is to get them to sign a document an agreement meanwhile holbrooke is being sidelined this whole time people in the administration are trying to get him fired fact hillary clinton protected to make matters worse holbrooke had a crummy relationship with hamad karzai karzai thought holbrooke had undermined him in the afghan presidential elections the summer of two thousand nine cars i wasn't entirely wrong about that so all round holbrooke isn't so popular and neither is the notion of the u s sitting down with the enemy the taliban but it seems the enemy was interested in talking to us diplomats in germany had been meeting with a thirty something afghan guy who was close to mullah omar the taliban leader his name was tieup aga back in washington they didn't say his name out loud though these two codename arod holbrooke was baseball fan iran was very familiar.