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"jacob parker" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"jacob parker" Discussed on KCRW

"China is bowing to fight to the finish in its escalating trade dispute with United States NPR's Windsor. Johnston reports the ongoing battle is continuing to fuel fears about damage to the global economy China issued that warning after it announced plans to increase existing tariffs on sixty billion dollars worth of US goods starting next month at the same time, the US's threatening to tax additional Chinese products, though, it hasn't said when Jacob Parker with the US China business council says rising trade hostilities are hurting both sides companies are losing business to their competitors in Europe and Japan in China and wants that market share is deluded as a result of this uncertainty. It's very very difficult to get back. President Trump is downplaying the trade dispute as nothing more than a little squabble between friends even as he accuses China of taking advantage. The US when it comes to trade Windsor Johnston. NPR news tensions are brewing in the Persian Gulf. The Egyptian government is now condemning Sunday's drone attacks on Saudi Arabia's energy infrastructure, including an oil pipeline Yemen's rebels claim they were behind the ambush. The region is already under heightened anxiety over the standoff between the US Andy Ron and Washington's break from allies who are struggling to salvage their anti-nuclear agreement with the Iranian government flooding continues across much of the central US from the Gulf Coast of the northern plains. Frank Moores of member station. Casey. You are in Kansas City reports a rainy spring is causing widespread problems. One of the wettest springs in recorded history is triggered flooding from the Gulf of Mexico to North Dakota parts of Mississippi and Louisiana under states of emergency. Houston, Texas and central Kansas are just drying out from massive flash floods in northwest, Missouri. Some communities have been under water for two months. Holt county emergency. Manager Tom Bullock says there's no protection from the Missouri. River Rams, all the levees broke every time. I've ever comes up. Now. Just put water back out in into the houses. Again, Bullock zone. Home is flooded. Says Missouri is still waiting for President Donald Trump to approve a disaster declaration freeing, up federal assistance from Pierre news. I'm Frank Morrison. Kansas City another democrat enters the race for president today. It's governor of Montana Steve Bullock, one reelection two thousand sixteen in a largely conservative state. He says he can work across party lines. Nearly two dozen candidates are vying for the democratic party's presidential nomination in two twenty twenty and the chance to deny President Trump a second term in office comic actor, Tim Conway whose career spanned more than five decades and film and television has died at the age of eighty five following a long illness. Conway who often played a bumbling goofball had a career ranging from a regular on the Carol Burnett show to voicing.

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"jacob parker" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:09 min | 3 years ago

"jacob parker" Discussed on KCRW

"This is connect from the westbound ten to the one ten this time the south one ten it shut down till further notice due to a crash there. There sounds like the vehicle vault apparently hit the big sand barrels. So the cleanup could take a little while. That's the westbound ten to the south one ten look for hazy sunshine today. Highs in the seventies. At the beaches could hit eighty in the valleys, it's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I made some Martin good morning. There are casualties in wars. The same holds true in the trade war between the US and China in between the rhetoric and the escalating tariffs there are people in both countries whose fortunes hanging in the balance business, people farmers and consumers the office of the US trade Representative has come out with a list of another three hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods that could target that came after China announced tariffs on sixty billion dollars worth of American products. Which was in retaliation to a tariff increase from the Trump administration few days earlier, so another potential casualty in this war or American business, people working in China to talk about that. I'm joined by Jacob Parker. He's vice president at the US China business council an association of the largest US companies in China. He joins us online from Beijing. Jacob thanks for being here. My pleasure. What are you hearing? What are you hearing over their businesses getting nervous at this point? I mean, I imagine they happened for while. What we're seeing three t trends from our member companies on the ground here in China. The first is the tariffs of lead, many of our companies put future investments in the China market on hold that doesn't mean they're divesting in China, but the reevaluating their exposure to the Chinese Martin market that there the certainty is forcing them to consider alternatives donations for investment. Most of our companies are in China to access the local market and the terrorists that have been imposed as a retaliation against the US tariffs have increased their costs. And they've also the reputation of US companies as reliable suppliers has also taken a hit many customers are beginning to diversify away from US products for its other suppliers because of the consistency of price and supply can no longer be guaranteed because of the uncertainty of these terrorists. I mean, you your association is made up of of big companies is this the case also for smaller medium size of corporations. Well, what we've seen is that some of our companies in the small and medium size category that manufacturer primarily in the United States and exports to China are looking at diversifying their production outside of the United States. One company noted that the cost of steel aluminum tariffs have increased production costs in the United States for them. By nearly fifty percent. Additionally, their competitors abroad can access similar alternatives at a lower price making their products price competitive. Those companies that are manufacturing in the US and employing US citizens who are exporting the China are once again getting hit by the tariffs when their products are exported to China as a result of the Chinese retaliation. That eliminates the competitive advantage of manufacturing in the United States, and has what many of our companies to consider how they can diversify their exposure to the United States and look at other markets where they can manufacturing exports to China to remain cost-competitive were they looking. They're looking at Mexico. They're looking at south East Asia. These are again, primarily just for the small medium sized companies are manufacturing the US for export to China. Yeah. I wanna play you a clip from President Trump. He's speaking at the White House yesterday. And in this bet he's talking about Treasury Secretary. Steven Steven Mnuchin. This cutback from China? We'll let you know about three or four weeks whether or not it was successful. You never really know. Right. But I have a feeling it's going to be very successful. Very successful. President Trump seems to be optimistic about how this ends are you and the people you represent. I think that we are very concerned about the esscalation both on Friday by the Trump administration on the announcement overnight three hundred billion in new tariffs organization in our member companies would like to see the two sides, stop this tit for tat escalation return to the negotiating table based on. I understanding the substance of the agreement is primarily finalized, the two sides just need to agree on how they can get this thing enforced, and how they can get the tariff strong down and the US business community is very focused on finding a constructive solution to these problems. Do you think this is done long term damage to American companies and the relationship with the Chinese market? Absolutely. What we hear from the Chinese government is that there's concern that the extremists collation of the tariffs has moved beyond. Just the idea of addressing the issues raised in the three one investigation on a force technology transfer and IPO protection, and is about a containment of the Chinese of the Chinese government. And also trying to get them to agree to certain things that go beyond these very narrow focus of three a one we're concerned that that could have an impact on the ability of the two sides to de-escalate this going forward. Take Parker vice president of the US China business council in Beijing. Thank you so much. Thank you. A man wants joined ISIS says all he wants now is to return to Canada, his trouble Candida wants nothing to do with them. Nobody claims them any met NPR's. 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"jacob parker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:52 min | 3 years ago

"jacob parker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So very much. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I made Martin good morning. There are casualties. In wars. The same holds true in the trade war between the US and China in between the rhetoric and the escalating tariffs there are people in both countries whose fortunes, hang in the balance business, people farmers and consumers the office of the US trade Representative has come out with a list of another three hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods that could target that came after China announced tariffs on sixty billion dollars worth of American products, which was in retaliation to a terrif- increase from the Trump administration a few days earlier, so another potential casualty in this war or American business, people working in China to talk about that. I'm joined by Jacob Parker. Vice president at the US, China business council and association of the largest US companies in China. He joins us on the line from Beijing. Jacob thanks for being here. My pleasure. What are you hearing? What are you hearing over their businesses getting nervous at this point? I mean, I imagine they happened for a while. Well, we're seeing three key trends from our member companies on the ground here in China. The first is that the terrorists have led many of our companies to put future investments in China market on hold that doesn't mean they're divestiture China, but they're reevaluating their exposure to the Chinese Martin market there. Get certainty is forcing them to consider alternative destinations for investment. Most of our companies are in China that access the local market and the terrorists that have been imposed as retaliation against the US tariffs have increased their cost. And they've also the reputation of US companies as reliable suppliers has also taken a hit many customers are beginning to diversify away from US products where it's other suppliers because of the consistency of price and supply no longer be guaranteed because of the uncertainty of these terrorists. I mean, you your association is made up of of big companies is this the case also for smaller or medium size of corporations. We've seen is that some of our companies in the small and medium size category that manufacture primarily in the United States and exports to China are looking at diversifying their production outside of the United States. One company noted that the cost of steel and aluminum tariffs have increased production costs in the United States for them. By nearly fifteen percent. Additionally, their competitors abroad can access similar alternatives at a lower price making their products price competitive. Those companies that are manufacturing in the US and employing US citizens who are exporting the China are once again getting hit by the tariffs when their products are exported to China as a result of the Chinese retaliation. That eliminates the competitive advantage of manufacturing in the United States, and has what many of our companies to consider how they can diversify their exposure to the United States and look at other markets where they can manufacturing exports to China to remain cost-competitive were they looking. They're looking at Mexico. They're looking at south East Asia. These are again, primarily just for the small medium sized companies are manufacturing the US for export to China. Yeah. I wanna play you clip from President Trump. He's speaking at the White House yesterday and in this. But he's talking about Treasury Secretary. Steven Steven Mnuchin. There's got back from China. Well, let you know about three or four weeks whether or not it was successful. You never really know. Right. But I have a feeling it's going to be very successful very successful. President Trump seems to be optimistic about how this ends are you and the people you represent. I think that we are very concerned about the esscalation both on Friday by the Trump administration on the announcement overnight of three hundred billion in new tariffs organization in our member companies would like to see the two sides. Stop this tit for tat escalation return to the negotiating table based on iron or standing the substance of the agreement is primarily finalized, the two sides just need to agree on how they can get this thing enforced, and how they can get the tariffs drawn down and the US business community is very focused on finding a constructive solution to these problems. Do you think this is done long term damage to American companies in their relationship with the Chinese market? Absolutely. What we hear from the Chinese government is that there's concern that the extreme esscalation of the tariffs has moved beyond. Just the idea of dressing the issues raised in three one investigation on a for technology transfer and IPO protection in is about a containment of the Chinese of the Chinese government. And also trying to get them to agree to certain things. Go beyond these very narrow focus of three thrill one. We're concerned that that could have an impact on the ability of the two sides to de-escalate this going forward. Ticket Parker vice president of the US China business council in Beijing. Thank you so much. Thank you. A man who wants joined ISIS says all he wants now is to return home to Canada. His trouble Candida wants nothing to do with them. Nobody claims them any met NPR's. Jane ref thing about Mohammed Ali saieed. Is he seemed so ordinary but like American football youth flow, Chicago Bears, we meet an Kurdish intelligence office in northeastern Syria. It's the region where Sade whose twenty eight has been held since he was captured more than a year ago. I've asked Kurdish officials to interview an ISIS fighter from western country. And they bring in Sade. It was one of the first Canadian fighters publicly identified as joining ISIS in two thousand fourteen he's been interviewed by Canadian media trying to figure out how a young man from the Toronto area ends up being a propagandist for ISIS. So he'd wears a gray sweatshirt with a blue t shirt underneath his short black beard has traces of gray. He says he had planned to study aerospace engineering, but in university, he just felt lost. On things started going south. I know depressive time stopped.

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"jacob parker" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"jacob parker" Discussed on AP News

"A radio news. I'm Rita bowling that leaped up may get pricier US officials are targeting more Chinese imports for tax hikes, including laptop computers as that trade war. Shakespeare Nanteuil markets. Beijing says it will tax billions of dollars of American imports as a response to punitive taxes on Chinese goods. Jacob Parker is with the US China business council in Beijing. A group of about two hundred American companies that do business with China. Many of our companies are losing business to their competitors in Europe and Japan in China and wants that market share is deluded as a result of this uncertainty. It's very very difficult to get back. The President Trump says China is stealing US technology, and he's not gonna let them get away with it. And he says Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin is recent trip to Beijing will produce results the good back from China. Well, let you know about three or four weeks whether or not it was successful. You never really know. Right. But I have a feeling it's going to be very successful investigating the investigators. The Trump administration reportedly has appointed a federal prosecutor to investigate the origins of the Russia investigation. A source tells the AP attorney general William bars appointed John Durham, the US attorney in Connecticut to investigate the origins of the Russian investigation and determine if intelligence collection involving the Trump campaign was lawful and appropriate. The appointment comes about a month after bar told members of congress he believes buying did occur on the Trump campaign in two thousand sixteen Durham's investigation comes as the Justice Department's inspector general continues looking into the origins of the Russian investigation by expects that report later this month, or in June, two McGuire, Washington, what's apps says a group of hackers for hire took advantage of a flawed hijack dozens of phones this. AP radio news seventy four years after the end of World War Two. A holocaust survivor welcomed. A US army veteran to her home in suburban Detroit to thank him for liberating her from German concentration camp so feet, Taj Cleese Mun greeted ninety five year old Doug Harvey with a big hug and told him you gave me my life. They roll than tanks and came an open the gates, and there were telling us the war's over you are free. Servive? So that kind of feel we were barely alive. I'm in rural like skeletons a lot of the soldiers that looked at us. And they cried Doug Harvey said he was very fortunate to meet so fi. Who is now eighty nine years old today? San Francisco may become the first city in the nation to outlaw the use of facial recognition by the city, including the police department. Rita Foley, AP radio news..

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"jacob parker" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"jacob parker" Discussed on AP News

"A radio news. I'm Rita bowling. That left up may get pricier U S officials are targeting more Chinese imports for tax hikes, including laptop computers as that trade war. Shakespeare Nanteuil markets. Beijing says it will tax billions of dollars of American imports as a response to punitive taxes on Chinese goods. Jacob Parker is with the US China business council in Beijing. A group of about two hundred American companies that do business with China. Many of our companies are losing business to their competitors in Europe and Japan in China, and once that market share is deluded as a result of this uncertainty. It's very very difficult to get back. The President Trump says China is stealing US technology, and he's not gonna let them get away with it. And he says Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin recent trip to Beijing will produce results the got back from China. Well, let you know about three or four weeks whether or not it was successful. You never really know. Right. But I have a feeling it's going to be very successful investigating the investigators. The Trump administration reportedly has appointed a federal prosecutor to investigate the origins of the Russia investigation. A source tells the AP attorney general William bars appointed John Durham, the US attorney in Connecticut to investigate the origins of the Russian investigation and determine if intelligence collection involving the Trump campaign was lawful and appropriate. The appointment comes about a month after bar told members of congress he believes buying did occur on the Trump campaign in two thousand sixteen Durham's investigation comes as the Justice Department's inspector general continues looking into the origins of the Russian investigation by expects that report later this month or in June, two McGuire, Washington. What's app says a group of hackers for hire took advantage of a flawed hijack dozens of phones this. AP radio news seventy four years after the end of World War Two. A holocaust survivor welcomed. A US army veteran to her home in suburban Detroit to thank him for liberating her from German concentration camp so feet, Taj Cleese Mun greeted ninety five year old Doug Harvey with a big hug and told him you gave me my life. They roll than tanks and came an open the gates, and there were telling us the war's over you are free. Is so vives. So that kind of feel we were barely alive. I'm in rural like skeletons a lot of the soldiers that looked at us. They cry Doug Harvey said he was very fortunate to meet so fi. Who is now eighty nine years old today? San Francisco may become the first city in the nation to outlaw the.

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"jacob parker" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"jacob parker" Discussed on AP News

"Targeting more Chinese imports for tax hikes, including laptop computers as that trade war. Shakespeare Nanteuil markets. Beijing says it will tax billions of dollars of American imports as a response to punitive taxes on Chinese goods. Jacob Parker is with the US China business council in Beijing. A group of about two hundred American companies that do business with China. Many of our companies are losing business to their competitors in Europe and Japan in China and wants that market share is deluded as a result of this uncertainty. It's very very difficult to get back. The President Trump says China is stealing US technology, and he's not gonna let them get away with it. And he says Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin is recent trip to Beijing will produce results the got back from China. Well, let you know about three or four weeks whether or not it was successful. You never really know. Right. But I have a feeling it's going to be very successful investigating the investigators. The Trump administration reportedly has appointed a federal prosecutor to investigate the origins of the Russia investigation. A source tells the AP attorney general William bars appointed John Durham, the US attorney in Connecticut to investigate the origins of the Russian investigation and determine if intelligence collection involving the Trump campaign was lawful and appropriate. The appointment comes about a month after bar told members of congress he believes buying did occur on the Trump campaign in two thousand sixteen Durham's investigation comes as the Justice Department's inspector general continues looking into the origins of the rush investigation by expects that report later this month, or in June, two McGuire, Washington, what's up says a group of hackers for hire took advantage of a flawed hijack dozens of phones this. AP radio news seventy four years after the end of World War Two. A holocaust survivor welcomed. A US army veteran to her home in suburban Detroit to thank him for liberating her from German concentration camp so feet, Taj Cleese Mun greeted ninety five year old Doug Harvey with a big hug and told him you gave me my life. They role than tanks and came an open the gates, and they were telling us the war's over you are free. Servive? So that kind of feel we were barely alive. I'm in rural like skeletons a lot of the soldiers that looked at us, and they cry Doug Harvey said he was very fortunate to meet so fi. Who is now eighty nine years old today? San Francisco may become the first city in the nation to outlaw the use of facial recognition by the city, including the police department. Rita Foley, AP radio news, more news right after this..

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"jacob parker" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"jacob parker" Discussed on AP News

"A radio news. I'm Rita bowl. That left up may get pricier U S officials are targeting more Chinese imports for tax hikes, including laptop computers as that trade war. Shakespeare Nanteuil markets. Beijing says it will tax billions of dollars of American imports as a response to punitive taxes on Chinese goods. Jacob Parker is with the US China business council in Beijing. A group of about two hundred American companies that do business with China. Many of our companies are losing business to their competitors in Europe and Japan in China wants that market share is deluded as a result of this uncertainty. It's very very difficult to get back. The President Trump says China is stealing US technology, and he's not gonna let them get away with it. And he says Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin recent trip to Beijing will produce results they've got back from China. Well, let you know about three or four weeks whether or not it was successful. You never really know. Right. But I have a feeling it's going to be very successful investigating the investigators. The Trump administration reportedly has appointed a federal prosecutor to investigate the origins of the Russia investigation. A source tells the AP attorney general William bars appointed John Durham, the US attorney in Connecticut to investigate the origins of the Russian investigation and determine if intelligence collection involving the Trump campaign was lawful and appropriate. The appointment comes about a month after bar told members of congress he believes fighing did occur on the Trump campaign in two thousand sixteen Durham's investigation comes as the Justice Department's inspector general continues looking into the origins of the Russian vestige by expects that report later this month, or in June, two McGuire, Washington, what's apps says a group of hackers for hire took advantage of a flawed hijack dozens of phones this. This is a P radio news seventy four years after the end of World War Two. A holocaust survivor welcomed. A US army veteran to her home in suburban Detroit to thank him for liberating her from German concentration camp so feet, Taj Cleese Mun greeted ninety five year old Doug Harvey with a big hug and told him you gave me my life. They roll than tanks and came an open the gates, and they were telling us the war's over you are free. Vives? So that kind of feel we were barely alive. I'm in rural like skeletons a lot of the soldiers that looked at us. They cried Harvey said he was very fortunate to meet so fee who is now eighty nine years old today. San Francisco may become the first city in the nation to outlaw the use of facial recognition by the city, including the police department. Rita Foley, AP radio news. Let's say you just bought a house bad news.

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"jacob parker" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"jacob parker" Discussed on AP News

"Are targeting more Chinese imports for tax hikes, including laptop computers as that trade war. Shakespeare Nanteuil markets. Beijing says it will tax billions of dollars of American imports as a response to punitive taxes on Chinese goods. Jacob Parker is with the US China business council in Beijing. A group of about two hundred American companies that do business with China. Many of our companies are losing business to their competitors in Europe and Japan in China, and once that market share is deluded as a result of this uncertainty. It's very very difficult to get back. The President Trump says China is stealing US technology, and he's not gonna let them get away with it. And he says Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin is recent trip to Beijing will produce results the just got back from China. Well, let you note about three or four weeks whether or not it was successful. You never really know. Right. But I have a feeling it's going to be very successful investigating the investigators. The Trump administration reportedly has appointed a federal prosecutor to investigate the origins of the Russia investigation. A source tells the AP attorney general William bars appointed John Durham, the US attorney in Connecticut to investigate the origins of the Russian investigation and determine if intelligence collection involving the Trump campaign was lawful and appropriate. The appointment comes about a month after bar told members of congress he believes buying did occur on the Trump campaign in two thousand sixteen Durham's investigation comes as the Justice Department's inspector general continues looking into the origins of the rush investigation by expects that report later this month, or in June, two McGuire, Washington, what's apps says a group of hackers for hire took advantage of a flawed hijack dozens of phones this is. Is AP radio news. Seventy four years after the end of World War Two. A holocaust survivor welcomed. A US army veteran to her home in suburban Detroit to thank him for liberating her from a German concentration camp so feet, Taj Cleese men greeted ninety five year old Doug Harvey with big hug and told him you gave me my life. They rolled than tanks and came and open the gates, and they were telling us the war's over you are free you've survived. So that kind of feel we were barely alive. I mean, we're all like skeletons. A lot of the soldiers that looked at us, and they cry dead Harvey said he was very fortunate to meet so fi who is now eighty nine years old today. San Francisco may become the first city in the nation to outlaw the use of facial recognition by the city, including the police department. Rita Foley, AP radio news..

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"jacob parker" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jacob parker" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Accusing Beijing of reneging on commitments it made an earlier talks US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer says that the Trump administration will increase its tariffs on two hundred billion dollars in Chinese goods early. Friday, the sharp esscalation in a year-long trade dispute, the vice president of China opperations for the US China business council. Jacob Parker says although Chinese officials say trade on voice of preparing to travel to the US for talks if they don't come than anything is possible. Then that raises a significant questions about what will happen Friday. The date the President Trump threatened that he would raise tariffs on existing items and impose potentially new tariffs on items. Not currently subject to tariffs. Treasury secretary. Steven Mnuchin says that Trump officials learned over the weekend that Chinese officials were trying to go back on some of the language that have been negotiated and ten earlier rounds of talks the US says it's sending a message to Iran amid what a defense official calls clear indications that Tehran and its proxies were preparing to possibly attack American forces in the region. It's a big show of firepower, the US dispatching a carrier strike group and bomber task force to an area. That includes the Middle East move secretary of state, Mike Pompeo says had been in the works for a while. Absolutely case that we've seen has action for the Iranians, but he would not tell reporters flying with him to Finland what those had been a defense official says the Pentagon believes American forces at sea and on land were thought to be potential targets officials here say the messages, the US will meet any attack by Iran or its proxies with unrelenting force. Saga megani? At the White House on Wall Street today. The Dow Jones industrial average was down by sixty six points to close at twenty six thousand four thirty eight. The NASDAQ composite index dropping forty-one the SNP lower by thirteen oil up to sixty two twenty five barrel. More on these stories at townhall dot com. When it comes to your pain. Many of you might be skeptical black..

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"jacob parker" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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01:42 min | 3 years ago

"jacob parker" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Storing as much to be told. And I look forward to the day that I can share the truth Cohen was supposed to begin his time behind bars. In March begun extra time to deal with medical issues in Britain. Prince Harry says he and wife Megan are over the moon about the birth of their son. So thinking about names on it's the babies. So we had a little bit on the thinking about the child is seven in line to the British throne and arrived at seven pounds three ounces to tweets from President Trump were enough to send global financial markets into a tailspin. He threatened to boost tariffs on China. Even further twenty-five percent boost. Jacob Parker at the US. China business council says it all comes as a team from Beijing is due to head here for trade talks. Announcement like this could potentially lead to very negative repercussions for the negotiating team going to the United States. It raises questions about whether that negotiating team will still plan to travel there. China says the plans are still on as it tries to get more information about the president's tweets. The CDC report seleced, another sixty measles cases were reported in the past week seven hundred sixty four this year. Most in the US since nineteen Ninety-four Norah O'Donnell has been named anchor and managing editor of the CBS evening news. The news broke on CBS this morning. The legacy. I think about the history of CBS news, and it's incredibly humbling to accept this position. John Dickerson's also leaving the morning broadcast for sixty minutes. Gayle king remains on C T to be joined by Anthony, Mason and Tony dokoupil Wall Street right now, the Dow is down two hundred forty eight points..

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"jacob parker" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"jacob parker" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Beijing says its trade delegation is still planning to travel to the US despite President Trump's latest tariff threat. The president's comments on Twitter threatening to raise tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports is sending the market sharply lower today with investors fearing the trade talks have broken down. China's Shanghai composite lost more than five and a half percent. It steepest single-day drop in more than three years moments ago. Wall Street opened sharply lower. Jacob Parker is with the US China business council in Beijing. Unfortunately, puts the Chinese government of position where if they do send a delegation to the United States, and if they do come to negotiate agreement by the end of that period, they have to contend with a domestic audience in China that would view this as a capitulation to the United States right now, the Dallas down four hundred fifty six points, President Trump's former personal. Lawyer Michael Cohen began serving three year prison sentence today. Cohen pleaded guilty to lying to congress tax evasion and campaign finance violations. He'll serve his sentence at a minimum security prison camp about seventy miles outside New York City this afternoon at the White House. President Trump presents the highest civilian award to golfer. Tiger woods. He's receiving the presidential medal of freedom weeks after winning his fifth masters at Augusta National it was why were woods I major in eleven years. This is NPR news. You're listening to KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer. A uniquely LA tribute to former President Barack Obama thousands of people gathered in the Baldwin hills Crenshaw neighborhood for concert and ceremony this weekend. As a section of rodeo road was renamed Barack Obama boulevard. Jeffrey jet from trinity Baptist church says he's glad to be a part of history the whole communities.

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"jacob parker" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"jacob parker" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Ends in a crash and fire on Grayson highway this morning Lawrenceville. The driver tried to bail out run on foot. He didn't make it very far and was apprehended. Jacob parker. He says that the suspects suffered minor injuries. The accident did ruptured gas line. It has been capped now. And the road is reopened breaking news. I I this is W SP twenty four hour continuing news checking there still appears to be. The issues with Wells Fargo some customers reporting problems with the app now this woman telling channel two action news, I can't access my money, then that affects everything and smoke at a data processing plant is said to have caused the issues of Wells Fargo says it was not a cyber attack Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, accusing the publisher of the National Enquirer of threatening to release private pictures of him unless he stopped and investigation by the Washington Post Bezos owns the Washington Post, by the way, here's ABC's Linsey Davis. He's essentially pulling back the curtain on emails allegedly from the publisher of the National Enquirer basis was publicly claiming that the company was politically motivated in their reporting on him and AM I was trying to get him to stop those statements as well as his investigation into just how they managed to get his private text messages and pictures, and we should make note that the National Enquirer and its parent company. A M I R run by David pecker, a friend of Donald Trump the next major addition to the area near hartsfield-jackson airport gets a boost airport city. He's been in the planning stages for a while. It would be a three hundred twenty acre development in college park, complete with offices homes and businesses the chairman of a business group focused on development around the airport says they're close to an agreement with the projects first developer. He tells the Atlanta airport chamber construction could begin by the third quarter this year, the Atlanta Journal constitution reports as part of a big push to bring business to the south side. With Fulton County Commissioner rob Pitts calls the future of the metropolitan area. Jessica Botham WSB WSB marketwatch's down. The Dow is down a percent down two hundred sixty three points at twenty four thousand nine hundred six NASDAQ's down fifty to the off twenty.

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"jacob parker" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"jacob parker" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Justice Ruth, Bader Ginsburg will not be on the bench today when the court hears oral arguments court says she'll miss today's session as she recuperates from cancer surgery. She had last month. This is the first time Ginsburg will be missing oral arguments, although she'll be working from home. There were meetings over the weekend. But no apparent progress as the partial government shutdown drags on into days. Seventeen. President Trump Democrats are still at odds over funding for the president's border wall in a bid to apply pressure. President Trump is threatening to declare a national emergency and unilaterally sent troops to the border. Such a move would undoubtedly face legal challenges and Democrats fired back Sunday that that's a nonstarter NBC news. Correspondent Kristen Welker. At the White House says it's unlikely there will be any significant progress today because congress doesn't get back to Washington until Tuesday. Kevin Spacey is set to appear in a Massachusetts courtroom today for arraignment in his sexual assault case the act. Tr allegedly groped in eighteen year old busboy to restaurant in an tuck it in two thousand sixteen they'll be arraigned on a charge of decent assault and battery at is expected to plead not guilty. A date has been set for a vote in the British parliament on Prime Minister, Theresa May's Brexit plan. The vote will come on January fifteenth after a scheduled vote was called off last month. When it became clear that as plan would go down to defeat the prime minister's plan has been approved by her cabinet and the EU, but does not appear to have enough support in the house of Commons. One. Government officials reportedly said the vote will not be delayed again correspondent Bill him for reporting green book and bohemian rhapsody. Take on the top honors at the Golden Globe awards. Jeff bridges was honored with the sessile Danila ward for his career in film, while Carol Burnett was recognized for her time and film and television with the inaugural Carol Burnett award and accepting she says, she was so glad we had this time together. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio trade officials from China and the US. Still want to work out a solution to the ongoing trade war. Those officials are meeting today and tomorrow in Beijing to try and find solutions Jacob Parker is with the US China business Council China in the past is frequently taken the requests from the US government. Bundled them together and refused to implement them before the conclusion of negotiations in this case, we've actually seen some progress that China's implemented in advance of the conclusion of the negotiations. Parker says progress like new purchases of US soybeans had commitments from the Chinese government to import more US rise something that hasn't happened in the past President Trump is temporarily put it other out of tariffs on Chinese goods on hold while negotiations. Take place Massachusetts, Senator Elizabeth Warren is ending her three debut campaign tour in Iowa and the Des Moines suburb of Anthony yesterday, Warren attended a women's leadership event where she joined seven other women who were candidates for office in two thousand eighteen after I said, I'm going to do this. How many people how many? Women just came off the bench is out of the woodwork. To say girl, you take part, and we'll do everything else. Wore noted that. This is an extraordinary moment in history as democracy is rebuilding. And the government is becoming more Representative of the people it serves when asked about the partial government shutdown. The Massachusetts Democrat says the shutdown makes no sense at all. And.

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"jacob parker" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"jacob parker" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"For Donald drumpf, which a lot of people. What are the great elections ever? Those people are for it. Let me tell you people that didn't vote for Donald Trump. Are also found with the partial government shutdown now into a third week. There are no signs of an agreement on border security. President Trump is standing by his demands for border wall funding while Democrats oppose the wall as immoral and ineffective. The president says vice president Pence lead up productive meetings. Sunday was congressional officials but they failed to break the impasse. Mr. Trump also says he's now planning a steel barrier rather than a concrete wall. The White House says if the shutdown continues into Tuesday than furloughed federal workers will not get their Friday paychecks. Greg Clugston, Washington. Two days of U S. China trade talks got underway. Both sides saying they're hopeful a deal can be reached when the standoff Jacob Parker with the US China business council. The Beijing is taken some positive steps. Seeing an acceleration of many of the policies that China's committed the implementing to fall within the ninety day negotiating period, indicating that at least China. Anna is making signals to show that there's opportunity for progress here community activists applauding Houston area. Police for successfully pursuing a tip led to an arrest of African American man in the fatal drive-by shooting of a seven year old black girl attorney event suggesting the attack was not a hate crime has speculated by some in the community Wall Street this morning. Dow futures currently up twenty four points s and p futures are down a fraction NASDAQ futures off nine points. More on these stories at townhall dot com. When it comes to your pain. Many of you might be skeptical black. I was about ordering relieffactor Pat Boone again for this wonderful.

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"jacob parker" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"jacob parker" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"With the partial government shutdown now into a third week. There are no signs of an agreement on border security. President Trump is standing by his demands for border wall funding while Democrats oppose the wall as immoral and ineffective. The president says president Pence lead a productive meeting Sunday with congressional officials, but they failed to break the impasse. Mr. Trump also says he's now planning a steel barrier rather than a concrete wall. The White House says if the shutdown continues into Tuesday, then furloughed federal workers will not get their Friday paychecks. Greg Clugston, Washington. Two days of U S. China trade talks have got underway. Both sides saying they're hopeful a deal can be reached when the standoff Jacob Parker with the US China business council. Beijing has taken some positive steps seeing an acceleration of many of the policies that China's committed the implanting to fall within this ninety day negotiating period, indicating that at least China is making signals to show that there's opportunity for progress here community activists applauding Houston area. Police for successfully pursuing a tip led to an arrest of an African American man in the fatal drive-by shooting of a seven year old black girl attorney event suggesting the attack was not a hate crime has speculated by some in the community Wall Street this morning. Dow future is currently up twenty four points s and p futures are down a fraction. Nasdaq futures off nine points. More on these stories at townhall dot com. When it comes to your pain. Many of you might be skeptical black. I was about ordering relief factor. Pat Boone again for this wonderful.

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"jacob parker" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"jacob parker" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Trump says a lot of Americans stand with him and his drive to build a wall on the southern border people that voted for Donald Trump, which a lot of people. What are the great elections ever? Go people are for it so much, and let me tell you people that didn't vote for Donald Trump are for it. Also with the partial government shutdown now into a third week. There are no signs of an agreement on border security. President Trump is standing by his demands for border wall funding while Democrats oppose the wall as immoral and ineffective. The president says vice president Pence lead a productive meeting Sunday with congressional officials, but they failed to break the impasse. Mr. Trump also says he's now planning a steel barrier rather than a concrete wall. The White House says if the shutdown continues into Tuesday, then furloughed federal workers will not get their Friday paychecks. Greg Clugston, Washington. Two days of U S. China trade talks have got underway. Both. Side saying they're hopeful a deal can be reached when the standoff Jacob Parker with the US. China business council says it Beijing has taken some positive steps acceleration of many of the policies that China's committed the implementing to fall within the negotiating period, indicating that at least China is making signals to show that there is opportunity for progress here community activists applauding Houston area. Police for successfully pursuing a tip led to an arrest of an African American man in the fatal drive-by shooting of a seven year old black girl attorney event suggesting the attack was not a hate crime has speculated by some in the community Wall Street this morning. Dow futures currently up twenty four points s and p futures are down a fraction NASDAQ futures off nine points. More on these stories at townhall dot com. When it comes to your pain. Many of you might be skeptical like I.

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"jacob parker" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"jacob parker" Discussed on WSB-AM

"They don't have a motive for the kidnapping and carjacking, and they're not sheriff Russ DA even knew his attackers reporting live Michelle Wright, WSB a tip from a local activist leads police to a suspect in the fatal drive-by shooting of a seven-year-old girl outside a WalMart in Houston, Texas, despite witness accounts to the contrary Harris County sheriff Ed Gonzales says the killing was not a hate crime. Since both the victim and suspect are black. This was likely a case of mistaken identity worthy. The intended targets were likely someone else. Eric black juniors charged with murder more charges could becoming a family of five from Michigan is killed by a suspected drunk driver on I seventy five in Kentucky. Police say that driver was going the wrong way on the interstate and also died in the fiery crafts, family included, three children between the ages of seven and fifteen. They're returning home from vacation in Florida. WSB news time seven thirty four trade talks between the US and China resumed today over threats of new terrorist from both sides. Jacob Parker with the US. China business council says he has seen positive movement. And you see new purchases of US soybeans. We've seen commitments from the Chinese government to import more US rice something that hasn't happened in the past Wall Street will be closely. Watching these talks after tumultuous December's reached into the new year New Year's resolution involves losing weight. It seems diet maybe more important than exercise. A new study finds the average person only burns up to fifteen percent of their daily calories through exercise, and it can also increase appetite a thirty minute walk burns about two hundred calories. The equivalent of four chocolate chip cookies. Most experts agree a good mix of diet and exercise is your best bet. Wsb News time seven thirty five. The first rule is if it tastes good spit. It out. Get.

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Three killed as campaign visit in southeast Turkey turns into gun battle

Morning Edition

01:22 min | 4 years ago

Three killed as campaign visit in southeast Turkey turns into gun battle

"Finds that starts july six and then a second list of products that contain industrial significant technologies including aerospace robotics and machinery jacob parker with the us china business council says the actual have a worldwide impact i mean kind of tariff action which impacts the relationship between the us and china wall so disrupt global supply chains that's the first impact secondly the impact will go far beyond just tariffs when we talked to a member companies they worry about domestic nationalism turning into antiamericanism which could lead the boy scouts of us products china says it will retaliate immediately inkind saying it has a list of fifty billion dollars worth of us products that will face new duties including soybeans but trump says if china tallying the us could impose more tariffs on beijing wisconsin woman is in custody for allegedly hacking social media accounts to recruit people to join isis as marta michelson from member station w w m in milwaukee reports a bail hearing is scheduled for today day in federal court fortyfiveyearold wahiba die of the milwaukee area faces charges of trying to help foreign terrorist organization according to an f b i affidavit she tried to recruit people to carry out attacks for the islamic state she also allegedly provided instructions on how to make explosives and biological weapons authorities say they tracked dialysis activities to her computer in suburban milwaukee dice a native of jerusalem was allowed to come to the us in nineteen ninetytwo without a passport because she was married to a us citizen the couple divorced in two thousand three but court records show she is a legal permanent resident dyson public defender couldn't be reached for comment for npr news i'm marty michelson in milwaukee at least three people were killed in southeast turkey on thursday when shopkeepers reportedly attacked members of the ruling party on a campaign swing npr's peter kenyon has more turkish dave media report that rulingparty lawmaker ibrahim yielded was campaigning in a largely kurdish part of southeastern sanliurfa province when angry shopkeepers suddenly produced weapons yield is lost a brother in the violence and three more of his brothers were among the wounded several political parties condemned the violence and called for calm ahead of the june twentyfourth elections npr's peter kenyon reporting and at least eight people were wounded in the violence.

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