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"jacob frey" Discussed on WTOP
"As the safety and efficacy the people have come to expect CBS doctor David agus says the delay is all about examining data on a three dose versus a two dose vaccine The real question is would the FDA approve a two shot vaccine and then follow it with a third shot approval later on because the two shots can certainly provide protection against serious illness Serious traffic accidents and the pandemic One byproduct of the pandemic has been a staggering surge in speeding reckless driving and traffic deaths Both drivers and pedestrians In 2020 automobile related deaths rose 7% but last year that figure jumped 18% CBS's Peter Greenberg that Canadian truckers protest continues to block border crossings The protesters say COVID restrictions but CBS's Chris van Cleef says there's more to it than that There's also growing evidence of the protest effort may be largely funded by Americans A GoFundMe page that raised millions for the Canadian protesters was shut down last week A Canadian judge has ordered the protesters at the ambassador to bridge to end the blockade Well U.S. troops be sent into Ukraine not exactly Secretary of State Antony Blinken We will reinforce our allies on the eastern Flank of NATO Americans have been told to leave Ukraine Protesters continue to demand an end to no knock warrants after the police killing of a mere lock in Minneapolis Outside city hall protesters demanded an ethics investigation into mayor Jacob Frey They say he lied and misled them about banning the controversial practice We the residents of Minneapolis deserve better We deserve to feel safe in our homes and in our streets We deserve leadership that is trustworthy fair and accountable Gene Austin is founder of the racial agency initiative Beekeepers in Virginia struggling Reporter Antoinette de Belle is in James city county Virginia Two months of really cold weather With roller coaster temperatures beekeepers expect some of the insects to die off But this year in particular has been extra challenging Lost four colonies roughly 240,000 bees A ruling coming soon involving a 15 year old Russian skater who tested positive for a performance enhancing drug There will be a hearing hearing Beijing on Sunday Night of video hearing all parties connected to this case will be involved this includes the Russian Olympic Committee and the court of arbitration for sports says it will announce its decision on Monday Never miss a moment Top news from WTO P 24/7 360 five listen on air on Alexa and on the WTO app 8 O three on Saturday February 12th were at 54° this morning and we're going up to around 60 today.
"jacob frey" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Recently they were serving a warrant on some house and someone I guess decided to serve it as a no knock warrant So basically they just kicked in the front door and then asked or they kicked in the front door they say that there was the police department Well I don't have to tell you that causes problems I can't imagine any way in the world that that makes anything any safer for anyone So I don't know why they do it but they did do it And there was a guy asleep on the couch and apparently as they came in he pulled out a gun and they saw the gun and they shot him dead And to me that's I mean I just can't that's not like that's not a small problem That's the thing that started the Revolutionary War in this country Well there was one thing that started the Revolutionary War but again yeah I know that there have been pressure being placed on Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frey to end the use of no knock warrants Apparently they've been placed on hold for the moment After this the gentleman's name was emir Locke who was killed during a raid Again the particular circumstance was involved here you would have to think that the use of a no knock warrant would be limited to very particular Circumstances where there is no other way to get in Apparently well suffice it to say it is not clear that in fact this was necessary in this particular case So I certainly understand what you're saying and clearly this should be a move of last resort presumably there was some reason to consider this person a dangerous individual but again if somebody knocks in my door without saying a word I'm armed and I will respond accordingly And if that winds up getting me shot by the police while I would think that would be very unfortunate not just from my personal perspective but from the perspective of the law in general So again I'd have to look more deeply into the various aspects of this but suffice it to say that the concept of no knock warrants should be extremely limited and it's not at all clear in this case just why it was necessary obviously in this particular case so the person was not holed up waiting to take them on but was asleep apparently at the time One 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo one 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 one of the many topics that approach us today and ones that we will discuss on this program It's always a delicate balance between the Law & Order and the rights of individuals And again I doubt that anybody has told a no knock warrant without some reasonable belief that the person inside was dangerous but again the particulars will examine in just a moment One 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo and back with more on the bohannon show in just a moment Family It looks a little different for everyone For some it's mom and dad For others roommates who feel like family And for others it's your significant other They're golfing buddies your children a high school soccer.
"jacob frey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Quick take this is Bloomberg radio A former national security adviser is defending Mike Pence in calling out his former boss appearing on CBS face the nation retired general HR McMaster said that every American should believe that Pence was right to say former president Trump was wrong in saying the vice president had the authority to overturn the 2020 election McMaster warned against raising doubt about the democratic process just to score partisan political points Senator Ben cardin is detailing some of the sanctions Russia could face after invading Ukraine peering on Fox News Sunday the Maryland Democrat reported that senators are nearing completion on a bipartisan sanction Bill to aid President Biden's possible response It will contain the strongest possible sanctions including financial sanctions and personal sanctions According to card in the bill includes economic sanctions against Russia and penalties against Putin himself We can protest continue in Minneapolis after the police shooting of a 22 year old black man This after a mere lock was fatally shot while apparently sleeping and holding a firearm during a police raid this week Locke's mother Karen wells Never would have imagined that I would be staying up here talking about the execution of my son By the Minneapolis police department Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frey announced an immediate ban on most no knock police warrants Vodka is still America's favorite liquor but another is on track to claim the top spot Scott Carr has that The U.S. distilled spirits council says sales of high end versions of this type of mezcal soared by 83% during last year's third.
"jacob frey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Invasion at the border of Ukraine Two U.S. officials speaking on the condition of anonymity say the buildup consists of the military personnel and weapons that Russian president Vladimir Putin would need to overwhelm its neighbor man however while current numbers indicate a possible invasion in coming weeks a diplomatic resolution appears to still be possible Over a thousand protesters were on the streets of Minneapolis again last night in response to the police killing of 22 year old Amir luck who was fatally shot last week while apparently asleep and holding a firearm during a police raid Anger and frustration pouring out into the streets from New York to Minneapolis Overnight horns and lights blaring in protest after Minneapolis police shot and killed 22 year old Amir Locke after entering an apartment on a no knock warrant There's Megan Fitzgerald the mayor of the city Jacob Frey since announced a ban on nearly all no knock warrants in his city except in cases of imminent danger the attorneys general of 13 different states and Washington D.C. now back a Mexican lawsuit that accuses American gun makers of helping to get weapons into the hands of criminals The Mexican government argues the companies including colt Glock and Smith and Wesson used reckless gun dealers and illegal sales practices that drug cartels rely on A firearms industry trade group says the Mexican government shoulders to blame for the crime and should focus on their own courts instead A new bill in the U.S. Congress meantime would set up a federal alert system in active shooter situations More than 330 active shooter incidents claimed the lives of more than 2800 people between 2002 1019 The sponsors of the bill Democrat representative David cicilline and Republican Fred Upton of Michigan are hopeful the plan can give traction even in the closely divided Senate It's based on the amber alert program Thanks Jim Forbes for that report I'm Scott Carr The coronavirus death toll in the U.S. is now over 900,000 according to Johns Hopkins University More than 902,000 people in the U.S. with the virus have died since the pandemic started The current number of cases stands at about 76 million There is some good news on the vaccine front the CDC says over 212 million Americans are fully vaccinated while over 89 million have received a booster dose Podcaster Joe Rogan is calling his past use of the N word the most regretful and shameful thing he's had to address I was just trying to be entertaining I certainly wasn't trying to be racist And I certainly would never want to offend someone for entertainment with something as stupid as racism Rogan is posted a 5 minute long apology on Instagram after a video compilation of all the times the podcaster used the words surfaced The 54 year old says the clips were taken out of context that he was using the word in quotes or referencing others but he says he hopes it will be a teachable moment for how offensive the word can be This after Rogan's ongoing controversy over alleged COVID misinformation on his podcast played over Spotify A woman kidnapped from Michael Bloomberg's ranch in Colorado is being reunited with her family after being rescued in Wyoming The 46 year old worked at the Rio Blanco county property and was allegedly forced to leave with a kidnapper after he threatened her with a gun Reports say Joseph beecher of Craig Colorado took the woman to the Denver area before heading to Wyoming the bloombergs were not at the ranch at the time of the kidnapping TV executive turned talk show host and CNN New Year's Eve co host Andy Cohen has interviewed plenty of stars Meryl.
"jacob frey" Discussed on WCPT 820
"The demonstrators are demanding justice for a mere lock who was fatally shot while apparently asleep and holding a firearm during a police raid this week Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frey has announced a ban on almost all no knock Moritz except in cases of imminent danger The first wave of new U.S. troops being deployed to Eastern Europe has arrived in Poland and Germany Matt Bradley has the latest Class is in session American soldiers train Ukrainian troops in case they have to fight the 130,000 Russian troops thought to be marshaling on Ukraine's border More Americans are on the way part of a 3000 strong troops deployment to Eastern Europe President Biden ordered the move in response to the threat of a Russian incursion into Ukraine their arrival comes amid reports Russia has now enough troops tanks and military hardware poised along Ukraine's borders to launch a full scale invasion Moscow has repeatedly said it has no such plans and blames the west for stoking international tensions And finally snowboarder Julia Marino is bringing home the United States first medal of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing On Sunday Marino won the silver medal in women's slope style snowboarding This marks the Connecticut natives first Olympic medal She was beaten by a New Zealand snowboarder Also U.S. bobsledder Elena Myers Taylor is now cleared to play in this year's winter games after testing positive for COVID-19 I'm Jim Forbes.
"jacob frey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Demonstrators held that they called a car caravan protest in downtown Minneapolis Friday night and Saturday over the police killing of a 22 year old black man during an early morning raid Miguel Al Maguire has more During the chaos it's unclear if 22 year old Amir Locke who was not named on the search warrant and appears to have no criminal history was ever aware it was police who were storming into the apartment before 7 a.m. Wednesday Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frey announced he's banning almost all no knock warrants following Locke's death He was apparently asleep and holding a firearm which his family's lawyer says was legally owned when he was shot and killed by police Over 900,000 people in the U.S. are dead after contracting the coronavirus According to Johns Hopkins University the U.S. death toll is now over 902,000 The number of cases stands at about 76 million However there's some good news on the vaccine front The CDC says over 212 million Americans are fully vaccinated Airlines canceling flights again as the U.S. deals with the impacts of a winter storm flight aware reports over 1400 flights were canceled Saturday within and tour out of the U.S. it comes as more than 3100 have been delayed Dallas Fort Worth international airport was hit the hardest The countdown to Super Bowl 56 is on It's a week from today And for a lot of folks that means stocking up on NFL gear Customs and border patrol is working with Homeland Security to round up fake merchandise ahead of the big game with officials sending out a reminder that consumers aren't the only ones affected by counterfeit goods It affects American industry affects American innovation And it's going to affect the vendors that are in around SoFi Stadium who have all gone through the licensing requirements.
"jacob frey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
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"jacob frey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Deals with the impacts of a winner's storm flight aware reports over 1400 flights have been canceled within into or out of the U.S. This comes as more than 3100 have been delayed as well Dallas Fort Worth international airport is being hit the hardest with nearly 30% of its flights for today canceled New York City mayor Eric Adams has apologizing for using a racial slur in comments he made three years ago about his former colleagues at the NYPD Lisa salvani reports In a video that surfaced of mayor Adams in a private meeting with the Harlem business alliance in 2019 Adams has seen talking about his time as an NYPD cop and he uses a racial slur He said he was a better cop than his cracker colleagues Adam's apologized Friday saying they were inappropriate comments that should not have been used and that he apologizes not only to those who heard it but to all New Yorkers because they should expect more from him Adams retired from the NYPD in 2006 after more than 20 years Hundreds of protesters taking to the streets of Minneapolis again today in response to the police killing of a 22 year old black man They demonstrators are demanding justice for a mere lock who was fatally shot while apparently sleeping and holding a firearm during a police raid this week mayor Jacob Frey announced a ban on almost all no knock warrants except in cases of imminent danger U.S. troops are now in Poland and Germany as Russian troops line up along the Ukraine border President Biden deployed U.S. troops in case Russia tries to attack Ukraine Russia has enough troops tanks and military hardware poised along Ukraine's borders to launch a full scale invasion Moscow has repeatedly said it has no such plans and blames the west for stoking international tensions The White House briefing room will return to full capacity Monday seating became limited about a month ago due to the surge of decision to return to full seating was made by The White House correspondents association the briefing room has 49 seats I'm Brad Siegel Former vice president Mike Pence says his former boss Donald Trump is wrong in claiming that Pence had the right to overturn the 2020 election results Scott Carr has more Pence told the federalist society conference in Florida Friday the former president was also wrong to publicly criticize him for not trying to overturn the results of the 2020 election I had no right to overturn.
"jacob frey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Again today as the U.S. deals with the impacts of a winner's storm flight aware reports over 1400 flights have been canceled within into or out of the U.S. This comes as more than 3100 have been delayed as well Dallas Fort Worth international airport is being hit the hardest with nearly 30% of its flights for today canceled New York City mayor Eric Adams is apologizing for using a racial slur in comments he made three years ago about his former colleagues at the NYPD Lisa salvani reports In a video that surfaced of mayor Adams in a private meeting with the Harlem business alliance in 2019 Adams has seen talking about his time as an NYPD cop and he uses a racial slur He said he was a better cop than his cracker colleagues Adam's apologized Friday saying they were inappropriate comments that should not have been used and that he apologizes not only to those who heard it but to all New Yorkers because they should expect more from him Adams retired from the NYPD in 2006 after more than 20 years Hundreds of protesters taking to the streets of Minneapolis again today in response to the police killing of a 22 year old black man They demonstrators are demanding justice for a mere lock who was fatally shot while apparently sleeping and holding a firearm during a police raid this week mayor Jacob Frey announced a ban on almost all no knock warrants except in cases of imminent danger U.S. troops are now in Poland and Germany as Russian troops line up along the Ukraine border President Biden deployed U.S. troops in case Russia tries to attack Ukraine Russia has enough troops tanks and military hardware poised along Ukraine's borders to launch a full scale invasion Moscow has repeatedly said it has no such plans and blames the west for stoking international tensions The White House briefing room will return to full capacity Monday seating became limited about a month ago due to the surge of decision to return to full seating was made by The White House correspondents association the briefing room has 49 seats I'm Brad Siegel Florida senator Marco Rubio says he won't be tuning in to the Winter Olympics which are in full swing in China Rick hoschel has the details In a message posted on Twitter Rubio said he wishes nothing but the best for all the Americans competing in Beijing but the Republicans said he won't watch follow or celebrate an Olympics hosted by what he called a totalitarian communist regime that lies about COVID and is committing genocide The White House announced a diplomatic boycott of the winter games due to significant human rights abuses carried out by the Chinese government A man who was throwing random objects from the 24th floor of the Chase tower in Houston is now in custody a S.W.A.T. team and hostage negotiators responded to reports of a man tossing objects from a broken window of the skyscrapers 24th floor Saturday It's unclear how the man gained access to the downtown office building There were no injuries reported More vaccinated adults are being hospitalized during the surge Lisa Taylor has more However they are also less likely to have severe illness or die That's according to a new CDC analysis of a hospital in Los Angeles that found there were more hospitalizations during a crime compared to the delta variant but vaccinated adults had a lower likelihood of being admitted into the ICU The CDC emphasized that getting vaccinated in particularly having a booster shot is critical in lowering the healthcare burden of the amaron variant I only say Taylor Leading senators on the health committee are looking to create a 9 11 style commission to investigate the arge and of and the U.S. response to COVID Washington state Democrat patty Murray and North Carolina Republican Richard burr released a draft of the prevent pandemic sacked last week It would set up a 12 member task force to hold hearings with power to subpoena witnesses to testify burr said in a statement the committee hopes to address the pandemic response and the CDC's confusing guidance Almost 20% of Spotify users in a new survey say they're going to or already have canceled their service in response to.
"jacob frey" Discussed on WTOP
"The go WTO P never miss a moment Good afternoon I'm sandy cosell and is our producer Coming up COVID-19 has become the third leading cause of death in the U.S. Our speed cameras on Maryland's deadliest highway going to go away Longer two ten I'm John doeman Looking for some counter programming to the Olympics TV guides Matt rauch has some ideas at one 40 One 31 CBS News brief the NFL is going to look into its diversity equity and inclusion policies days after the former head coach for the Miami Dolphins who was black filed a racial discrimination lawsuit against the league in three teams Brian Flores told CBS mornings this week humiliation disbelief anger I've worked so hard to get to where I am to go on was going to be a what felt like or what was a sham interview I was hurt There are now more than 900,000 deaths from the coronavirus in the U.S. infectious disease expert doctor William schaffner with perspective COVID now is the third leading cause of death in the United States behind only heart disease and cancer And Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frey is imposing a moratorium on no knock warrants after 22 year old mere Locke was killed as a S.W.A.T. team carried out a search warrant The black man's family says he reached for a legal firearm to protect himself CBS News brief and Allison keys It's one 32 Former president Donald Trump is not happy about remarks that his former vice president Mike Pence made that he could not have overturned the 2020 presidential election results Here's CBS News correspondent Katherine herridge addressing a conservative conference in Florida the public rebuke seemed especially striking The presidency belongs to the American people and the.
"jacob frey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"At least one person is dead four others injured after a late night shooting in Blacksburg Virginia The incident happened just blocks from the Virginia tech campus sending that school in the lockdown a secure in place order since been lifted police say one of those wounded is a student at the university It happened inside a hookah lounge and is the second high profile shooting in Virginia this week Two campus officers at Bridgewater college were shot and killed on Tuesday Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frey now banning nearly all no knock warrants in his city after the police shooting death of a 22 year old black man Jim Forbes has more Protests took place downtown Friday night as a mere Locke's mother called for justice I want the police officer that murdered my son Yes To be prosecuted and fired Locke was apparently asleep and was holding a firearm which his family lawyer says was legally owned when he was shot and killed by police in a pre dawn raid on Wednesday He was reportedly not the target of the raid and not listed on any search warrants The mayor's band will still allow no knock warrants to be served in cases of imminent danger Tens of thousands of people are waking up in the cold this morning with no power after a massive winter storm blew across the country this week Tennessee with the most lights out the temperatures in Memphis hovering just above 20° Plenty of folks remained in the dark in New York as well Ohio Pennsylvania and West Virginia Fire officials in New York City say at least ten people are hurt after an early morning apartment building fire in the university heights section of The Bronx FDNY reporting 7 people were taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries Today is the first full day of competition at the Winter Olympics in Beijing Team USA is in the hunt for medals with a full slate of events on the snow and ice Norway the first country to win gold dominating the rugged women's cross country ski athalon California's Jamie Anderson will lead a group of three U.S. women into the snowboard slopestyle finals tonight I'm Scott Carr Saying he had no constitutional authority to overturn the 2020 election results former vice president Mike Pence is breaking with former president Trump speaking at Florida pen said Trump was wrong to publicly criticize him for not trying to overturn the election results as vice president Pence was charged with overseeing the congressional certification of the election won by Joe Biden that happened January 6th of last year the day a huge mob of Trump supporters attacked the U.S. capitol Said to be seriously considering a run for The White House in 2024 The Pentagon's updated what they know about the bomb attack in Afghanistan last August that killed more than 180 people including 13 American troops as the U.S. was withdrawing from that country.
"jacob frey" Discussed on WTOP
"On the go WTO P never this a moment Good morning I'm Nikki and Ellie Luke lucrative is our producer coming up more than 900,000 Americans have now died from COVID-19 A shooting during a no knock raid leads to outrage in Minneapolis That story about Russia faking an attack while it's happened before Here I'm JJ green News time is 9 31 It's another grim milestone for the pandemic That milestone is the 900,000 mark for deaths in the U.S. It is sad news Doctor William schaffner is a Vanderbilt university infectious disease specialist COVID now is the third leading cause of death in the United States behind only heart disease and cancer Chapter says it's also become one of the top ten causes of children's deaths since most deaths in the vaccine era have been preventable with the unvaccinated 15 times more likely to die Peter king CBS News People are calling for justice after a Minneapolis S.W.A.T. team officers shot and killed a 22 year old black man during a no knock warrant raid Body cam video shows a mere lock wrapped in a comforter on a sofa with a gun in his hand locks parents say police woke him up from a deep sleep and he reached for his legal firearm because he was confused Locke was not the person named in the search warrant which police say was issued as part of a homicide investigation being run by the St. Paul police department Locke has no criminal record and his family says Locke had a permit for the gun seen in the video He was executed by the MPD And I want the police officer that murdered my son Yes To be prosecuted Yes And it's fired Yes Several warrants were issued for what we now know as a homicide investigation out of nearby St. Paul We're told Minneapolis police insisted on a no knock warrant in order to help St. Paul police Double your CCO reporter Jennifer merrily Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frey imposed a moratorium on no knock warrants That's effective immediately Doubled your TOP news time is 9 33 There are some who question the U.S. government's claim that it has solid intelligence indicating that Russia has been planning a false flag operation in Ukraine to justify and attack there Russia has done something similar to that before and it happened here in the U.S. September 11th 2014 just after 8 a.m. in saint Mary parish Louisiana Residents began getting strange text messages Take shelter check local media That was Duval Arthur Director of Homeland Security at saint Mary parish within two hours social media users were inundated with post about an explosion a screenshot of CNN's homepage even a YouTube video showing someone watching a TV broadcast in which ISIS had claimed responsibility was circulating but not a word of it was true Who did it I was told that it was the Russians The full story a WTO P dot com Search anatomy of a Russian attack JJ green WTO P news U.S. soldiers have arrived in Poland as reinforcements as part of NATO moves in to send an extra troops over fears that Russia could invade Ukraine CBS News correspondent Christina rafini has the latest from The White House American officials say they do not believe Russian president Vladimir Putin has decided if he will move.
"jacob frey" Discussed on WTOP
"Go Never miss a moment Good morning I'm Nick eine Luke Luke is our producer just ahead more than 900,000 Americans have now died from COVID-19 A shooting during a no knock raid leads to outrage in Minneapolis that story about Russia faking an attack while it's happened before Here I'm JJ green 7 31 It's another grim milestone in the coronavirus pandemic That milestone is the 900,000 mark for deaths in the U.S. It is sad news Doctor William schaffner is a Vanderbilt university infectious disease specialist COVID now is the third leading cause of death in the United States behind only heart disease and cancer Chapter says it's also become one of the top ten causes of children's deaths Says most deaths in the vaccine era have been preventable with the unvaccinated 15 times more likely to die Peter king CBS News People are calling for justice after a Minneapolis S.W.A.T. team officer shot and killed a 22 year old black man during a no knock warrant raid Body cam video shows a mere lock wrapped in a comforter on a sofa with a gun in his hand Locke's parents say police woke him up from a deep sleep and he reached for that legal firearm because he was confused Locke was not one of the people named in that search warrant which police say was issued as part of a homicide investigation being run by the St. Paul police department Locke has no criminal record and his family says Locke had a permit for the gun seen in the video He was executed by the MPD And I want the police officer that murdered my son Yes To be prosecuted Yes And fired Yes Several warrants were issued for what we now know as a homicide investigation out of nearby St. Paul We're told Minneapolis police insisted on a no knock warrant in order to help St. Paul police That's reporter Jennifer merrily with W C CO Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frey as imposed a moratorium on no knock warrants That's effective immediately Republican National Committee members have voted to formally censure two members of Congress Liz Cheney of Wyoming and Adam kinzinger of Illinois for helping the House committee that's investigating the capitol riot The censure resolution also described those who attacked the capitol as quote ordinary citizens engaged in legitimate political discourse This is not happening in a vacuum This phraseology by the RNC This way of defining January 6th is a peaceful protest is happening at the same moment The U.S. Justice Department is going to the courts to prosecute these 730 plus criminal defendants and saying unambiguously what happened January 6th was a riot That CBS News congressional correspondent Scott mcfarlane The president of China is publicly backing Russia's president Vladimir Putin as Russia remains in a standoff with the west over Ukraine Putin was in Beijing where he and president Xi issued a joint statement supporting one of Putin's key demands An end to NATO expansion And accusing the U.S. of a Cold War mentality which drew this reaction from The Pentagon If anybody's the aggressor right now in Europe it's Russia.
"jacob frey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The Bloomberg business app This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update Police are on the lookout for several suspects after a late night shooting multiple victims are being treated for injuries at this hour after a shooting in Blacksburg Virginia the first reports of shots fired sent Virginia tech into a lockdown The college town was the scene of one of the worst school shootings in U.S. history almost a decade and a half ago On Twitter the university told students to stay inside and secure their doors police are searching for as many as four suspects Delta Air Lines is asking for the federal government to help with unruly passengers Brian shook has the latest CEO Ed Bastian sent a letter to the U.S. Department of Justice asking to put unruly passengers on the national no fly list He says the move would show their zero tolerance for any behavior that interferes with flight safety Bastian noted there has been a 100% increase of unruly passengers since 2019 If someone's on the no fly list they are prohibited from traveling by any commercial air carrier I'm Bryan shook And the mayor of Minneapolis is banning almost all no knock warrants following the death of a 22 year old black man Amir Locke was shot and killed in a pre dawn raid on Wednesday morning Never would I have imagined that I would be standing up here talking about the execution of my son by the many apple police department His mother Karen well said her son was a law abiding citizen who did everything he was supposed to do He was reportedly asleep and in possession of a firearm which his family's lawyer says was legally owned when he was shot by police Locke was not named in any of the search warrants and the family's lawyer says he was not even a target The investigation into the incident is continuing And that's the very latest I'm Jim Forbes Travis mcmichael is withdrawing his guilty plea to a hate crime This comes ahead of his federal trial for the death of ahmaud Arbery Travis's father Gregory mcmichael also withdrew his guilty plea on Thursday The trial on federal hate crime charges will begin on Monday with Jerry's selection Both men were already convicted of chasing and fatally shooting arberry as he was jogging in a Georgia neighborhood two years ago Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frey is banning almost all no knock warrants the band would allow the warrants for cases of imminent danger according to Frey's office The mayor's moratorium on the warrants comes after Minneapolis police served a no knock warrant that ended in the death of a mere lock a 22 year old black man Locke was reportedly asleep and was holding a firearm which his family's lawyer says was legally owned when he was shot and killed by police A South Carolina college is condemning an alum social media post misrepresenting their core values Rebecca Hubbard explains Many people are upset after racially offensive post circulated on a Citadel alumnus social media page to USA reports the post included the headline about the Citadel celebrating black history month with an offensive photo and fake statement from the college's president low country activist pastor Thomas Dixon wants the school to take immediate action and hold those who created and shared the offensive post accountable The college issued a statement condemning the incident and say it has been deleted from the private Facebook group I'm Rebecca Hubbard And finally a cheeky parrot is giving a New Zealand family a bird's eye view literally The parrots stole the family's GoPro right off their deck before taking flight capturing beautiful aerial views of the wooded area nearby in the process The family was remarkably able to track down the camera and play back the parrot's footage And that's the very latest I'm Jim Forbes Now this Bloomberg sports update after missing the last 8 games with a concussion Donovan Mitchell returned to the Utah Jazz lineup and led the jazz with 27 points helping Utah to a one 25 one O two victory over the Brooklyn Nets the jazz score the first ten points of the game and never looked back leading from start to finish For the lens there's 7th consecutive loss as they drop to 29 and 23 on the season Cam Thomas lent Brooklyn with 30 points coming off the bench Kyrie Irving had 15 James Harden did not play due to tightness in his hamstring The next set Friday night off based on a 5 game road trip later tonight in Los Angeles against the linkers Linux had lost 7 of their last 9 games Well the National Football League is once again showcasing its top talent at this year's Pro Bowl in Las Vegas on Sunday the AFC will be looking to continue its recent run of success over the NFC by locking up a 5th consecutive victory NBCUniversal is saying it's sold out of inventory for Super Bowl ads Every endgame unit across NBC platforms has been sold ahead of the game taking place February 13th in Los Angeles and BC disclosed in September that some sponsors paint as much as $7 million for a spot The Major League Baseball Players Association is denying a request by the league for a mediator to help resolve the ongoing labor dispute The association said after talking with its executive board and taking into account a variety of factors they have declined the request They went on to say the path to a quote fair and timely agreement is to get back to the table and that players stand ready to negotiate Spring training games are scheduled to begin at the end of the month The U.S..
"jacob frey" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
"Pence says Donald Trump was wrong to try to overturn election. Emir Locke was executed by Minneapolis police, say parents. And death toll from COVID hits 900,000 in United States. It's Saturday February 5. I'm Anthony Davis. Former U.S. vice president Mike Pence has dismissed claims by Donald Trump that he could have stopped Joe Biden becoming president last year. In his strongest rebuttal yet. He said mister Trump was wrong to suggest he had the right to overturn the election. Separately yesterday, the Republican Party censured two of its top lawmakers for investigating the capital riots. Four people died in the riot and a police officer who suffered two strokes while defending the building died the following day. The two legislators Liz Cheney and Adam kinzinger are the only Republicans on a congressional select committee investigating the riots. The statement by the Republican National Committee accused the pair of helping to persecute ordinary citizens engaged in legitimate political discourse. The RNC appeared to suggest rioters had been involved in legitimate political actions, but RNC chair rona mcdaniel clarified that it was a reference to legitimate political discourse that had nothing to do with the violence at the capitol. The vote was passed by an overwhelming majority of the 168 RNC members at their winter meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah. The committee said it would immediately cease any and all support of them as party members, without removing them from the party, both lawmakers issued statements in advance of the vote. Liz Cheney said the leaders of the Republican Party have made themselves willing hostages to a man who admits he tried to overturn a presidential election and suggests he would pardon January 6th defendants, some of whom have been charged with seditious conspiracy. Speaking in on Lando, Florida, former vice president Mike Pence was responding to Donald Trump's comments on Sunday that he could have overturned the election if he had wanted to. President Trump is wrong. I had no right to overturn the election, the presidency belongs to the American people, and the American people alone, mister Pence said. The Minneapolis mayor on Friday imposed a moratorium on no knock warrants after emir lock was killed this week as a S.W.A.T. team executed a search warrant. Mayor Jacob Frey said the moratorium is effective immediately, and will ban requests for and the execution of warrants in which police do not announce themselves. Frey said that while the moratorium is in place, he and Minneapolis police department leadership will work with national experts to review and suggest revisions to the department's policy. No matter what information comes to light, it won't change the fact that emir Locke's life was cut short for a said in a statement. The parents of Amir Locke and their attorney said on Friday that police woke him from a deep sleep, and that he reached in confusion for a legal firearm to protect himself. Locke's parents, Andre Locke and Karen wells, described him as respectful, including to police and said some of their relatives work in law enforcement. Well, said the couple's coached their son on how to act and do what they needed to do whenever they encountered police officers because of the danger to unarmed black males. They didn't even give him a chance attorney Ben krump said, adding that it was shocking that Minneapolis police had not learned from the death of Breonna Taylor, who was killed in a botched raid at her home in Louisville, Kentucky, in 2020, leading to calls for an end to no knock warrants nationwide. The killing prompted outrage in Minneapolis where prominent activists confronted the mayor and interim police chief at a news conference on Thursday. Nikema levy Armstrong a civil rights attorney called the city's release of information, the anatomy of a cover up. The death toll from COVID-19 in the U.S. hit 900,000 on Friday, less than two months after eclipsing 800,000. The two year total as compiled by Johns Hopkins University is greater than the population of Indianapolis. San Francisco or Charlotte, North Carolina. The milestone comes more than 13 months into a vaccination drive that has been beset by misinformation and political legal strife, though the shots have proved safe and highly effective at preventing serious illness and death. It's an astronomically high number, and if you had told most Americans two years ago as this pandemic was getting going that 900,000 Americans would die over the next few years, I think most people would not have believed it, said doctor Ashish jha, dean of the Brown university school of public health. He lamented that most of the deaths happened after the vaccine gained authorization. We got the medical science right, we failed on the social science. We failed on how to help people get vaccinated to combat disinformation to not politicize this jar set. Those are the places where we have failed as America. Just 64% of the population is fully vaccinated, or about 212 million Americans, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The milestone came as omicron is loosening its grip on the country. The number of Americans in the hospital with COVID-19 has declined 15% since mid January to about a 124,000. But deaths are still running high at more than 2400 a day on average, the most since last winter, and they are on the rise in at least 35 states, reflecting the lag time between when victims become infected and when they succumb. Still, public health officials have expressed hope that the worst of omikron is coming to an end. While they caution that things could still go bad again and.
"jacob frey" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"Portions of the following program may contain pre recorded material. This is your source for breaking news and what to make of it all. This is the Mike Gallagher show. This is not about holding me in contempt. It's not even about making the capitol safe. This is about continuing to go after Donald Trump. What you're seeing is a network of political power in Washington against the entire rest of the country. So I think it's going to get worse not better. There's a lot of people that are very skeptical. They don't trust the government. If you're not skeptical of the government, you sure as hell better be now because this is insane. No. From the relief factor dot com studios. Here's Mike Gallagher. Got some bad news and some good news. Let's start with the bad news. 12 American cities broke annual homicide records this year every one of them led by Democrats, Philadelphia topped the list, surpassing 500 murders as of November 26th, breaking last year's numbers. Rounding out the top 5 Indianapolis, Columbus, Louisville, Baton Rouge. Others in the dirty dozen. As just the news dot com reports, where Albuquerque, Tucson, Portland, Rochester, Toledo, Austin and St. Paul, Minnesota. Chicago still leads the nation in total homicides for the year. And the fact is, every single one of these cities is led by Democrats. Now, here's the good news. Let me give you some more bad news in Austin. When drivers get into car accidents, if you call 9-1-1, they won't send an officer. Same is true for victims of burglaries. Because Austin, Texas, a Liberal Democrat run city if there ever was one, crime has exploded after the Democrat controlled city council cut its police department budget by a $150 million last May. George Floyd don't you know. They've been losing 15 to 20 officers a month, and they don't have enough people now. So officers are quitting. Again, all Democrat run cities. But even cities like Minneapolis have realized the error of their ways. Now the Minneapolis city council and the mayor have voted to fund the Minneapolis police department back to nearly where they were pre George Floyd. Mayor Jacob Frey, according to the Minneapolis star tribune, mayor Jacob Frey and the city council last week agreed to a $1.6 billion budget that includes just over a 191 million for the police department restoring its funding to nearly the same level it held before George Floyd was killed. The liberal newspaper pointed out urgency faded as crime surged and the defund the police message became a political liability. That's all they care about incidentally. Any of these cities that go back to funding the police again are only doing so because of the outrage of Americans. Oh, you mean you defund the police and crime shores? No. What a surprise. Democrats are losing bigly. Bigly. They are falling apart. How about Houston? Let me give you some more good news. In Houston, they had runoff elections for Houston ISD board trustees. The Houston school board hasn't had conservative representation since 2019. Well, there were two Democrats who were defeated by two Republicans to conservatives. Now it's a 9 member board. So two conservatives are going to be in the minority, but it's a start. At least it's something. It's better than nothing. The Houston school board resembles the January 6th select committee. We're not one Republican appointed member serves on that committee. The only Republicans are the Trump hating Liz Cheney, the soon to be ousted Liz Cheney and the retiring Adam kinzer. Those are the Republicans that are on the January 6th select committee. Good things are happening. Big time. And I think Hogan gidley shares my optimism, Hogan gidley. Served as a press secretary in the Trump administration. I had a chance to talk to him and I want to share my conversation with him with you..
"jacob frey" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence
"But first. Today, in Minneapolis, voters will decide whether or not the city's police department should be reformed. It's nearly 18 months since the murder of George Floyd shook the city. In the protests around America in the wake of his death, one slogan took hold. Law enforcement he needs to be militant and stronger demanding that lead defund the police. Since then, there has been a lot of debate over what defund the police actually means, or rather about how American police forces might be reformed. At times anything from abolition to increasing mental health provision has been argued over. At the federal level, a much vaunted bipartisan reform deal fizzled out in Congress. And rising rates of violent crime have made cuts in police budgets, look hasty. Today's vote is crunch time for the defunding debate. Voters in Minneapolis are deciding whether or not to keep their mayor, Jacob Frey, but they're also deciding on a referendum on whether or not to replace their police department with an entirely new one, which they're going to call the Department of Public Safety. The Economist's Washington correspondent has been reporting in Minneapolis. And this is going to be a department that quote unquote employs a comprehensive public health approach to policing. It would also get rid of a minimum staffing requirement for police officers that has existed in the city charter for several decades. And idris, how do people in Minneapolis view these ballot measures on overhauling the police? If Democrats were united in agreeing that the police needed to be overhauled in the way that the proponents of this referendum set out, then it wouldn't be controversial. It's a very democratic city. There are roughly 9 Biden voters for every Trump voter. The issue is that Democrats are divided. And many of the most prominent Democrats in the state, both of its senators, and its governor, are opposed to the idea, Jacob Frey, the mayor who's running for reelection is also running against the measure, whereas both of his strongest competitors agree that something does need to change. The polling suggests that the vote will be quite close and pretty split, so we'll have to see what is ultimately decided, but it will definitely be closely watched by other cities. Many of which have tried to make something out of the moment after George Floyd in terms of police and reform, but I found that much tougher than initially advertised. And what would the reform in Minneapolis mean in practice? So everyone agrees that law enforcement officers would remain if the ballot were in the past. What the proponents say is that the minimum staff near requirement would go. And so there would be more money in their minds for different kinds of responses to situations that might occur. So for example, greater funding for responses by mental health professionals, substance abuse counselors, as opposed to sending armed police to deal with situations on the street. One of the people I spoke to for the story was probably the strongest challenger to Jacob fry. An activist named Sheila and najad, who helped lead the drafting of the referendum. But is also running to be mayor. And she argues that the Minneapolis police department or what she calls the MPD spends a lot of money in the wrong way. In MPD, we are spending not thousands, but millions of dollars on things that have nothing to do with direct response to help people. So we spend $3 million on the canine unit. We spend nearly a $1 million on the horses. How many youth could we have given jobs last summer with that $3 million of canine money? How much car theft property theft would that have prevented? Because most of that was done. Now, we heard the slogan defund the police a lot last year after the killing of George Floyd. This sounds much less drastic. There's a reason for that. The proponents of the referendum are very much avoiding the word defund at all costs. The word that miss najad, who previously had expressed some sympathy for the idea of police abolition is reinvest. But all the same, she credits those ideas for helping move the debate to its current form. There was a spectrum of approachability palatability, but those furthest on the left are what pushed the narrative. Yeah. I never in my life thought I would be having voter calls and people would be like, well, I'm not quite sure about abolition, but I do think we need to change the system. Yeah, yeah. It's wild. Instead, it's being sold to voters on the tagline of expand public safety. There's very much an avoidance of any mention of defund the police. And what do those who are against the proposals say? One of the people I spoke to was the mayor, Jacob Frey, who said that he's four performing public safety, but he's done in favor of this amendment, because it is basically just a backdoor to defunding the police. But ultimately, the recommendation that fewer police are needed to deal with the issues facing Minneapolis is incorrect. I'm not for defunding the police. And I may have a different position if I was the mayor of a different city. But right now, in Minneapolis, we have fewer officers per capita than just about every major city in the entire country. It is impacting residents. Does mister fry have a theory as to why this is happening through the back door as you put it? He argues that the reason that it's freezing has changed is that the political winds have shifted. And that, in the summer of 2020, saying defund the police was the slogan that the Democrats actually found to some degree to be palatable. It's much less palatable today. The narrative all along up until maybe 5 months ago, 6 months ago was they would be defunding the police. And allocating the money elsewhere. And the only thing that's changed is the political wins. The data from polling suggests that as well, defund the police, which never particularly popular slogan, but back in June 2020, 41% of Democrats said that they thought it was a good idea. The most recent polling shows that that support had dropped to 25%. So even among Democrats, there's been a sizable drop. And why do you think those political wins have shifted? I think the big reason on people's minds is the just enormous rise in homicides. So homicides in 2020 increased 30% over their level in 2019, which is the largest single year rise. And fairly or not energy for form is always inversely related to the level of crime that's happening at the time. So that has put, I think reformers in the delicate position of having to walk back from some of the most extreme examples that they've tried to put forward. And it's not just Minneapolis in August 2020, the Austin city council voted to cut a $130 million off of their police budget of 400 million. They also saw crime spike as did many other places in the country. And they have now had to reverse themselves and actually increase the level of funding to 440 million. Voters in Austin are going to consider referendum to impose a minimum staffing requirement, which is almost identical to the one that Minneapolis is voting to get rid of. You've seen similar backlashes in Seattle, Atlanta, New York City, places that have tried to take the very simple lever of just cutting police budgets in response to the national moment of last year and finding that actually that didn't do the work. It didn't reform the police, and it didn't necessarily make it safer either. So I had to study government square this circle. On the one hand, reforming the police, but on the other.
Minneapolis Mayor Proposes Keeping Vacant 100 Police Jobs
"Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey has announced plans to hold open and expected 100 police officer vacancies and next year's budget. His proposal came today in an address laying out his vision for next year's city budget. The mayor is supposed the majority of City Council members who wanted to shut down the department after George Floyd's death in May and replace it with a new, more holistic public safety department.
Minneapolis Mayor Calls for Arrest of Officer in George Floyd Death
"News in Minneapolis following a volatile night of protests over the death of George Floyd a black man who died while in police custody those moments captured on video showing an officer with his knee on the neck of Floyd the mayor of Minneapolis Jacob Frey called for the officers around that particular technique that was used is not authorized by the MPD it is not something that officers are trained in on our end it should not be used community leaders calling
Four Minneapolis policemen fired after death of unarmed black man
"Police fired tear gas in the US city of Minneapolis as demonstrators protested over the death on Monday often unarmed black man in police custody video taken by a witness shows an officer holding George Floyd's down with a knee on his neck four police officers involved have been fired the executive director of the American civil liberties union of Minnesota John Gordon is one of the video of the incident as appalling and sickening you can see him begging for his life you can see him saying I can't breathe I can't breathe more than nine times over a baking don't kill me and you can see on the video that he loses consciousness you can literally see the lights go out of them mayor Jacob Frey said it was clear that the death was unjustified
Minneapolis neighborhood will hear Muslim call to prayer
"When the sun rises over Minneapolis today some residents will hear a low key model the Muslim call to prayer for Ramadan amplified through speakers the city granting a permit for that broadcast as Muslims marked the holy month by social distancing and staying at home Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frey there's no right out there that says you don't have to hear church bells there's no right out there that says that I don't have to hear Christmas carols and similarly there's no right that people should not be able to hear their call to prayer in the most safe