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"jacqueline coren" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline coren" Discussed on KOMO

"We speak with survivors and parents of victims from the massacre in parkland, Florida, some have turned their pain into activism to fight for stronger gun laws ABC's. Juju Chang has more on their story. Dad dance down. This is the room. My daughter used to dancing. I expected to continue watching my daughter dance to go to competitions. Over the years in this room has been a part of my life. You know, all those greens that I had as a dad for my daughter. Darted in this room. Those dreams to watch. His child's hopes realize were ripped from Fred Guttenberger hands one year ago on Valentine's Day. There's an active shooter situation in south Florida seventeen dead after a shooting rampage inside of Florida high school. It was a scene we all hoped. We would never see again a school shooting this time at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school in parkland, Florida, I hear at least nine gunshots. It was just what the other the other. I took a book up, and I held it up like this. And I was holding. It was just a defensive measure, and it helped me feel feel a little better. Like, I was safer. Kept shooting through the particular rectangular window it hit two people who are near to me. In total seventeen lives were cut short. Three faculty members fourteen students Fred's freshman daughter. Jamie was one of them. Barely twenty four hours after her murder. Fred took to the podium at a vigil Jamie was such a special kid all of the kids here are and I just went up, and I just started letting loose what is unfair. Is Jamie took a bullet and is dead. I. I don't know what I do next his first steps in a search for new purpose? I can tell you. Don't tell me. There's no such thing as gun violence. It happened in parkland. I remember saying that night. This time they messed with the wrong community and the Wong dad in the year that followed Fred became one of many parkland, parents and students who turn their grief into a drumbeat. Your comments this week? And those of our president had been pathetically. Weak confronting lawmakers on the national stage fight for your lives before it's someone else's scout becoming accidental activists and perhaps forever. Changing the debate over gun violence. The students behind the March for our lives rally are holding steadfast in their mission. For commonsense gun reform. We've got a main office Jacqueline Coren and Ryan dyke showed us inside their headquarters a tiny office that spawned a nationwide movement. I is a photo from the March on the twenty fourth. People over there. That dot and the fact that where here talking to almost a year later, and we're still going and growing means the world because people still care their first steps is activists came just days after the shooting. Jacklin led a group of parkland students to the Florida state capitol. A student organized movement. They called never again demanding more than just thoughts and prayers from state lawmakers within a month action in Florida and a partial win for gun control advocates governor, Rick Scott signed a law that increased both funding for school security and raise the legal age to buy an assault weapon to twenty one. The students at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school. You made your voices heard. Welcome to the revolution..

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"jacqueline coren" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline coren" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"The nation there were pledges of action calls for change the kind of rhetoric that you hear after every mass shooting in this one. Though felt different this time the kitchen parkland, they spoke up and they spoke out, but one question I asked after parkland was why we cared so much about these students when all over the country every day young people are victims of gun violence. The parkland kids actually asked that same question to this park, one student Jacqueline Coren, we openly recognize that we are privileged individuals that and would not have received as much attention. If we weren't for the affluence of our city. However, we stare the seeds today and forever with those who always stared down the barrel of a gun. Other students from schools not as nice as parkland. They don't land on the cover of magazines or all over cable news town halls. But today, we talked to them. My name is Ramona hers living east Oakland Mosignor smell last year. Thank God smiling. My name is Gina Cooper on a senior living east. Oakland name's Gabriel patent live in east Oakland. I'm a in twelfth grade our mind in abriel are surrounded by the threat of violence sometimes daily, but they are also working to fight that all three of them participate in a program called youth alive youth alive is violence intervention program. And one of its initiatives is getting high schoolers to mentor young kids on the dangers of gun use and how to stop violence before it starts the community. We live in it is dangerous. But a lot of people kind of try to the fact, but at the ages of like seventh and eighth grade. That's when it becomes kind of more realistic. That's when you start seeing those things, but we're kind of trying to. Let them know. Like, these things might happen around you, and we want to kind of prepare you to like what a wise decision would be to do in that situation youth alive. Says it in two thousand seventeen there was on average almost one homicide a week in east Oakland. That's where these kids live. That's where castle Mont is. It is a world away from what you might think of when you hear Oakland or San Francisco or the bay area east Oakland is close to all that. But it is not that it's been plagued by gang violence and drug deals and shootings for years, the students I spoke with base say guns. They're just about everywhere here here's Gabriel and a very high percent of people that like not if they personally have a gun like they needed to get a good. They can get a gun about this neighborhood in this like. There's a lot of guns. If you wanted to get it. How would you do it? You can just buy off the street from somebody like how far would I need to walk from this campus to find someone to sell me one to go? And it's probably just go outside the students. They told me the story of this one time last year when they witnessed a shooting about a block from the school. He got shot. He got shot that he is friends synagogue Francois was actually a coordinator with youth alive. When he was shot just off campus on March twenty seven twenty eighteen just after school it live from in the school that leaked out side the school like fight or something. And he doesn't even work for counseling while he was in the program. He's in the program. He just no auto kids. So he was like I can't let the kids I know in this type of stuff, so he tried to flee. So it wouldn't be your on school things escalated. He ended up getting shot Lague Jesus. And there was heck his early. There's how far away from campus was like literally there's a little center right here is called youth. O'brien? It was literally on the corner district like at the youth uprising. I just walked by their copy shop in basketball court. Right there. Trauma, my head around this because it's crazy. An adult who was an after school program to.

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"jacqueline coren" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline coren" Discussed on AM Joy

"Response from the government and things like that that I do believe like Nancy Pelosi, and the democrat majority that's coming in. They're going to do oversight. They're going they have subpoena power. They're going to look into these things that are critical that are important that should matter to all of us do matter to people. I guess that's the question. Dana because Democrats now have to manage the twenty eight was about conflagration and just really painful stories, whether it was the mass shootings or the caging separation of children. I think the child's person's really rattled everyone or mass shootings Democrats heads to try to tackle those things on a policy level or it really. Is it their main mandate to rate in this president? But mature it's either joy, I think the Democrats the solution is to stick to their knitting. Do what they promise. To do with health care with a policy for jobs, certainly investigate Donald Trump. But this shouldn't be about a screaming and yelling, you know. You look at your list there there were sort of natural disasters manmade disasters and Trump mate. Does that? And I think what we're going to see in two thousand nineteen is the proverbial chickens coming home to roost, mostly in terms of the economy worldwide created by trade wars, juicing up the economy this year, a whole variety of reasons that's going to undermine Trump more than anything that the Democrats will do in the first place. So in a way, they need not play his game and sit back and do the things that Americans elected them. Can I just play for you? I mean, there is so much in the twenty eight t that was jarring. It was important. I think the separation of children, and the what happened in Rico or two in my opinion as well. The most effective, but I have to play what I think was the moment that the single moment that to me was the most impactful of the year. Let's play it from this was at the March for our lives. This is a young woman named emigrant solace who is one of the students at parkland who were just such impressive kids period. But this was a moment that I think just really riveted the country. Lina Patty wouldn't ever care? Lug Rin would never Chris Acheson would never Luke would never marquee new k Yano would never Peter Wang with never Elissa. I'll head off would never Jamie Guttenberger would never met Pollock would never. It has been six minutes and twenty seconds, the shooter has ceased shooting, and we'll soon abandoned his rifle blend in with the students as they escape and walk free for an hour before arrest fight for your lives before it's someone else's job. In between those two parts of hers statement was just a link. 'they moment of silence normally on television to silence is usually a mistake. But the young woman understood how to use the medium better than I've seen almost any adult. Do it was brilliant. Yeah. It was truly brilliant up. Two of those kids are now headed to Harvard Jacqueline Coren, David Hogg, very it. Just everything about those kids resonated. They were intersectional. They cared about children of color who are also dying from gun violence. So I have to throw that out there. But one last thing before we go because we're running out of time. We're going to ask for our Christmas miracle that we need to put all kinds of all the wraparound gator baiter gives Berg, oh, she just is recovering from cancer surgery. We wish her all the best. She is a strong woman. That's a tough lady. Yes. She is had cancer now three times this. Yeah. Third bout with cancer. She works out. I'm sure I couldn't do her workout every day. She is indomitable, and I think many. In the country are rooting for her tap Sali's, please. And measure of how they're rooting for her that President Trump himself tweeted out best wishes. Hey is the notorious RV C is amazing. She's into audible woman doing the planks plank. Plank twenty had it. Yes. Seriously, workout either invite us all. Jennifer Rubin is going to stay with us. What a great panel, John Harwood cream jump here. Dana Millbank, thank you. All happy holidays to all choice for joining us and coming up, the sad and sorry postscript tale of good old house speaker Paul Ryan that's next..

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"jacqueline coren" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline coren" Discussed on WLAC

"Thousand votes in that's out of about seven hundred ten thousand registered voters in the state of Montana. Right now tester is ahead. But it's really just too early. I think to read too much into that. This is obviously a race that has been a very big deal to President Trump. He's come to the state for rallies four different times as we've been here on the ground the sense that we get from just what we're hearing amongst whether it's what we're hearing at these rallies where the president is there as well as Rosendahl or just what we're hearing from people who are voters. It seems like this is very much a national versus local race a tester versus Trump race. Now. The Democrats Senator John tester I asked him if he thought that this was a race between himself and President Trump. He told me no, it is him versus Rosendahl. And that's what Democrats are trying to sell the voters. I think because President Trump is pretty popular in this state in most polls his approval rating is around fifty percent rose. Lyndale on the other hand has really painted himself as somebody who is with President Trump, and he has said that he believes voters in Montana want someone who is going to go to DC and stand up for President Trump's agenda, and he says that he is that guy. So tester has focused a lot on national or on a more local issues, excuse me. He's talked about healthcare public land use corruption as well as veterans issues where from Rosenthal, we've heard a bit more of a national focus talking about things like immigration, and again, really talking about the successes of President Trump what he perceives as success of President Trump, and how you can help a further that agenda by being an office. So a lot of people seem to be looking at this as they are with so many races as a referendum in some ways between President Trump and tester. Trump says this is personal for him. And it's because of the actions that Senator tester took win it count. When it came to his one time nominee for BA secretary. Ronnie Jackson, the president has said he just can't forget that. So again, Republicans seem to be trying. Run a national race here test or more of a local wine. And and if you hours, I guess, we'll see which one played better. Absolutely Alison Barbara reporting for us in Montana again, John testers D top democrat on the Senate of veterans affairs committee, which is why that sort of flash point is why it has sort of become what it is with with Ronnie Jackson. Let's go back quickly to that Roskam race. Josh because that's exactly what we've been talking about all leaving Republicans struggling in the suburbs. This one a suburb of Chicago, I feel like a broken record. But this election is looking a lot more like a realignment than than a big Blue Wave. And these suburban districts are falling one by one Carlos Curbello who looked like he was one of the most battle-tested Republicans loses in south, Florida, even as Scott and the scientists doing very well, you saw Rosca you're seeing Comstock lose your a span burger holding the lead in that Richmond district. Kevin Yoder Kansas City, a very battle-tested congressman who's winning tough elections before losing tonight. So if these these Clinton Romney seats, these are like suburban affluence seeds that Republicans held by and large for many many years, but Trump did not do well in them in two thousand sixteen and now the there's a backlash in two thousand. Eighteen these members are taking the brunt of this faction towards President Trump in in these districts. Let's head out to our social media desk, Kristin Goodwin. Following what what sort of trending in? How this phrase is being covered on social media election night dominating social media chatter. Google revealing some of the top trending midterm, election states this evening. Our Virginia, Georgia, Florida Kentucky and South Carolina, Florida atop trending Twitter moment following reports voters in the state past four which will restore voting rights to roughly one point five million former felons who served their time parkland shooting survivor and March for our lives. Co-founder Jacqueline Coren calling this a win on Twitter house and gems trending on Twitter as well. As the Fox News decision projects. Democrats will take control of the house of representatives for the first time in eight years. Google reporting spikes in voting related searches all day today, which include long, wait times and voting machine problems as reports of long lines at polling stations in Georgia, New York, North Carolina, Arizona, Texas, began circulating on social media. The hashtag. Stay in line. Quickly began trending the American Civil Liberties union and a number of celebrities, including lady Gaga rapper common. And actress Debra messing began telling folks if they were in line when the polls closed to stay put exciting they have the right to vote Republican and democratic lawmakers alike, taking the Twitter to share congratulations to candidates, they support GOP, South Carolina, Senator Lindsey Graham, tweeting, congratulations to my good friend, Henry McMaster on winning reelection as governor of South Carolina. Houseman minority leader Nancy Pelosi congratulating, Senator Jennifer, western Fox, News decision, desks projecting waxed and has won Virginia's tenth congressional district flipping a seat against Republican incumbent. Barbara Comstock, former FBI director James Comey also sharing praise for waxed in her team on Twitter. Posting her district has been Republican since nineteen Eighty-one Taylor swift fans and foes beginning to react to the Senate race in SWIFT's home state of. Tennessee. Fox News decision desk projects Republican congresswoman, Marsha Blackburn, has defeated former democratic governor Phil Bredesen's to replace retiring. GOP Senator Bob corker swift hurt her Instagram account into a get out to vote fan page pledging to support Democrats in her home state of Tennessee, which led to a huge spike in voter registrations in a state and nationwide. One swift critics summing up the night tweeting, Marsha Blackburn, shakes it off. Speaking of celebrities, a number of listeners have been sharing their enthusiasm for election night CR beyond say quickly became a top trending Twitter topic after sharing a last minute Instagram endorsement for democratic congressman that Iraq in Texas Senate race, that's beyond say home state singer, Demi Levato trending as well returning to Instagram after completing rehab sharing a photo of herself at the polls and telling folks she is so grateful to be home in time to vote a nonprofit group called pizza to the polls earning online same delivering over nine thousand pizzas to over five hundred polling stations in forty two states the goal to feed hungry voters who are waiting in line folks were encouraged to share details on these locations and share photos sharing to the donation base site. Polls dot pizza the group raised over three hundred thousand donations for the pizza pies. And if pizza deliveries are any indication on. Where the worst lines were. The groups co-founder says the most deliveries were sent to the state of Georgia. Also as the sun set on the east coast rainbow was spotted over the US capitol building which lit up social media chatter, sparking a debate over what it could mean for election results and going back to Google election day results for issues that were searched today, healthcare, immigration, abortion and property taxes. Jared and Josh. Right Kirsten Goodwin at the social media desk for steaks so much. We are continuing to get results as they come in. We will have them for you. We still do not know how large the democratic majority will be in the United States house. We do not know how large the the Republican majority will be in the United States Senate. But we do know that those will be the parties that control those two chambers..

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"jacqueline coren" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline coren" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Officials say the school is now safer than ever There are more. Cameras eighteenth security staff and doors that lock automatically heartlands is the heart of this, movement senior Jacqueline Coren. Pushed for gun reform this summer. With her? Classmates and teens touched by urban gun violence I. Think we all don't want park, land to be a dirty word anymore one, parkland to be a word that people feel inspired by It's that positively that helped Rodriguez get through day one I tried to. Keep a smile as much as I could and I think that's what I'm. Going to have to do for the rest of the year Some students are not returning this year like fifteen, year old. Anthony has who was shot five times and told us. He's afraid to go back but overall enrollment this year is, steady students told us they want to be with people who can empathize with them not sympathize Jacklin. Said there she doesn't want to be. A dirty word, she wants people to be inspired by it pretty well set, Adriana thanks Coming up next on the CBS evening news dozens are treated after a mess. Overdose on drug that seems to be everywhere. Now and later the search for a pregnant mother and her. Little. Girls But I this traffic and transit update, thanks a lot, for a couple of problems on ninety five north the first one is approaching Gerard. Avenue were jam we have a crash. With the two right lanes blocked and then farther north, it's from kademi wrote up to Woodhaven road where just the right lane. Gets by for overnight construction that is. About a twenty minute delay you can bell off at academy road and take root thirteen Frankfurt avenue up north and pick up ninety five or Woodhaven road that's your best bet peaking around that the. Lay southbound ninety five not seeing any major problems coming out of bucks county all the way down the Delaware line. Schuylkill expressway a little bit, slow, in both directions approaching the vine should expressway that's all traffic volume for twenty two westbound jammed from trooper. Road out to oaks that's construction in the left lane all the..

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"jacqueline coren" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline coren" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"On the. Hour with Jeff. Glor- presented by theraworx. Relief good Wednesday afternoon President Trump, has revoked the, security clearance, of frequent, critic former. CIA director, John Brennan White House press secretary Sarah Sanders read a statement from the president's any benefits that. Senior officials might glean from consultations with Mr. Brennan are now outweighed by the. Risks posed by his Aratu conduct and behavior second that conduct and behavior has tested and far exceeded the limits of any professional courtesy that, may have been due to him CBS, news senior, security analyst and former. Bush administration official friends Townsend called the move unsubtly everyone out there who's a former assistant with the security clearance myself included has to wonder, whether or not if you say something critical you're going to be the target of suspicion by the White House. And have your put, your clearance at risk Brennan responded on Twitter saying this action is part of a broader effort. By Mr. Trump to suppress. Freedom of speech And punish critics my principles are worth far more than clearances I will not relent. The Bank and. Tax fraud trial of, former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, is about to, go to, the jury, CBS's Steven. Portnoy was, inside the courtroom when the prosecution and defense presented their closing arguments prosecutors arguing Paul Manafort engaged. In an elaborate scheme to hide millions from the IRS and defraud banks his. Defense attorneys cast this special counsel's office is desperate to rack up charges against their client manafort's lawyers who didn't call a single witness on, his behalf say prosecutors have failed to, prove their, case observers say there's a good chance of a verdict tomorrow therapy dogs and counselors were brought in his classes began this morning Marjory stoneman Douglas high school in, parkland Florida the school has made security upgrades since February's mass shooting and senior Jacqueline Coren says she's trying to. Focus on the future and not the tragedy one parkland to be a word that people fear feel inspired by that People understand that even though. There was a tragedy here there was good. That. Came out of it and that can happen anywhere Bishop. David Subic leader of the Catholic. Diocese Pittsburgh responded to a state grand jury report into sexual abuse in. Six Pennsylvania diocese he apologized to victims and insists he is committed to preventing further, incidents I can't ever not say the apology breaks everybody's heart. And especially I'm feeling today for all the people who are the victims CBS Nikki Batiste will have, much more. On this story on tonight's CBS evening news on Wall Street today the..

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"jacqueline coren" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline coren" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Contest to sex crimes involving, a girl in the police departments. Cadet program plus thirty more women sue the former gynecologist at USC they claim the sexually abused them during medical, exams traffic, every ten minutes on, the, five CBS covers the world two o'clock CBS news on the hour with Jeff glor-. Presented by theraworx relief good Wednesday afternoon President Trump has revoked the security clearance of frequent critic former CIA director John Brennan White House press, secretary Sarah Sanders read a statement from, the president's any benefits that senior officials might glean from consultations with Mr. Brennan are now outweighed by the risks posed by his Radic conduct and behavior second that conduct, and behavior has tested and far exceeded the limits of any professional courtesy that may have been due to him. CBS news senior security analyst and former Bush administration official friends called the move unsettling everyone out there who's a former official with the security. Clearance myself. Included has, to wonder whether or not if, you say something critical you're going to be the target of suspicion by the White, House and have your put your, clearance at risk Brennan responded on. Twitter saying in part this action is part of a broader effort by Mr. Trump is suppress freedom of speech, and punish Critics my principles are worth far more than clearances I will not. Relent the Bank. In text trial of, former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, is about to, go to, the jury, CBS's Steven. Portnoy was, inside the courtroom when the prosecution and defense presented their closing arguments prosecutors arguing Paul Manafort engaged. In an elaborate scheme to hide millions from the IRS and defraud banks his. Defense attorneys cast this special counsel's office is desperate to rack up charges against their client manafort's lawyers who didn't call a single witness on, his behalf say prosecutors have failed to, prove their case observers say there's a good chance of a verdict tomorrow therapy dogs and counselors were brought in his classes began this morning at Marjory stoneman Douglas high, school in parkland Florida the school has made security upgrades since February's mass shooting and senior Jacqueline Coren says she's. Trying to focus on the future and not the tragedy one parkland to be a word that people fear feel inspired by that people under Even. Though there was a tragedy here there was. Good. That came out of it and that can happen anywhere. Bishop David Subic.

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"jacqueline coren" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline coren" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On the hour with just glor- presented. By theraworx relief, good Wednesday afternoon President. Trump has revoked the security clearance, of frequent critic, former CIA, director John, Brennan White. House press, secretary Sarah Sanders read a statement from the president's any benefits that senior officials might glean from. Consultations with Mr. Brennan are now outweighed by the risks posed, by his erotic. Conduct and behavior second that conduct and behavior has tested and far exceeded the limits of any professional courtesy that may have been due to, him CBS news senior security analyst and, former Bush, administration official friends housing called the move unsettling everyone out there who's a former official with the security clearance myself included has to wonder whether or not if you, say something critical you're going to be the target of suspicion by the White House and have your put your. Clearance at risk Brennan responded on Twitter saying in part this action is part of a broader effort by Mr. Trump to suppress freedom of speech and punish, critics my prince Worth far more than clearances. I will not, relent the Bank and, tax fraud trial of former Trump, campaign chairman Paul, Manafort is, about to, go to. The jury, CBS's Steven Portnoy was inside the courtroom when the prosecution and defense presented their closing arguments prosecutors. Arguing Paul Manafort engaged in an elaborate scheme to hide millions, from the IRS. And defraud banks is defense attorneys cast this special counsel's office is desperate to rack up charges against their client manafort's lawyers who didn't call, a single witness on his behalf say, prosecutors have, failed to prove their case observers say there's a good chance of a verdict tomorrow therapy dogs and counselors were brought in his classes began this morning at Marjory, stoneman Douglas high school in parkland Florida the school has made security upgrades since February's mass shooting and senior Jacqueline. Coren says she's trying to focus on the future and not the tragedy parkland to be a word that people feel inspired by that people understand. That either Even though there was a tragedy here there. Was. Good that came out of it and that can happen. Anywhere Bishop David Subic leader of. The Catholic diocese of Pittsburgh responded to a state grand jury report into sexual. Abuse in six Pennsylvania diocese he apologized to victims and insists he is committed to, preventing further incidents I can't ever not say the apology breaks everybody's heart and especially I'm feeling today for all the people who are the victims CBS Nikki Batiste will have, much more. On this story on tonight's CBS evening news on Wall Street today the..

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"jacqueline coren" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline coren" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Being forty four all the way down to highway fifty five due to that. There's also that injury accident on southbound seventy. This one's southbound seventy just south of seventy. There's a lane blockage there, and it's jammed back to the rock right now. So that's not as much of a problem highway w Winifred over there. North of FOX on golf club is closed, wires down, multiple polls, taken out by an accident, and there's that accident Jefferson County southbound fifty five just north of y from the steeple traffic center. The voice of Saint Louis NewsRadio eleven twenty x one or two point, five ks. He k. HD three CS Lewis radio dot com. Station. CBS news on the hour with Jeff glor- presented by ZipRecruiter, good Wednesday afternoon President Trump has revoked the security clearance of frequent critic former CIA director John Brennan White House. Press secretary Sarah Sanders read a statement from the president's benefits that senior officials might glean from consultations with Mr. Brennan are now outweighed by, the risks posed by his Radic conduct and behavior second that conduct. And behavior has tested in far exceeded the. Limits of any professional courtesy that may have. Been due to him CBS, news senior security analyst and former Bush administration official. Friends housing called the move unsettling everyone out there who's a former official. With the security clearance myself included has to, wonder whether, or not, if you say something critical, you're going to be the target of suspicion by the White House and have your put your clearance. At risk Brennan responded on Twitter saying in part this action is part, of a. Broader effort by Mr. Trump to suppress freedom of. Speech And. Punish critics my. Principles are worth far, more than clearances I will not, relent the Bank, and tax, fraud trial, of former. Trump. Campaign chairman Paul Manafort about to go to the jury CBS's Steven Portnoy was inside the courtroom. When the prosecution and defense presented their closing arguments prosecutors arguing Paul Manafort engaged. In an elaborate scheme to hide millions from the IRS and defraud banks his defense attorneys cast this special counsel's office is desperate to rack, up charges against their client manafort's lawyers, who didn't, call a single witness on his behalf say prosecutors have failed to prove their case observers say there's a good chance of a verdict tomorrow therapy dogs in counselors, were brought in his classes began this morning at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school in parkland Florida the school has. Made security upgrades since February's mass shooting and senior Jacqueline Coren says she's trying to focus on the future and not the tragedy Parkland. To be a word that people here feel inspired by that people understand that even though there. Was a tragedy here there was good that came out of. It can happen anywhere Bishop David Subic leader. Of. The Catholic diocese of Pittsburgh responded to a state grand. Jury report into sexual abuse in. Six Pennsylvania diocese he apologized to victims and insists he is committed to preventing. Further incidents I can't ever not say the apology it breaks everybody's heart and especially, I'm feeling today for all the people who are the victims CBS Nikki Batiste will, have much. More on this story on tonight's CBS evening news on Wall Street today. The Dow fell one hundred thirty seven. Points the NASDAQ dropped ninety six, and the s&p was down.

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"jacqueline coren" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline coren" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Jeff floor presented by Capital One, good, Wednesday afternoon, President Trump has revoked the security clearance of frequent critic, former CIA director, John Brennan, White House, press secretary. Sarah Sanders, read a statement from the president's any benefits that senior officials might glean from consultations with Mr.. Brennan are now outweighed by the risks posed by his erotic, conduct and behavior. Second that conduct and behavior has tested and far exceeded the limits of any professional courtesy that may have been due to him CBS news, senior security analyst and former Bush administration, official friends, housing called the move on subtly everyone out there who's a former official with the security clearance myself included has to wonder whether or not if you say something critical, you're going to be the target of suspicion by the White House and have your put your clearance at risk. Brennan responded on Twitter saying in part this action is part of a broader effort by Mr. Trump to suppress freedom of speech and punish critics. My principles are worth far more than clearances. I will. Not. Relent the Bank and, tax fraud trial of former Trump, campaign chairman Paul, Manafort is, about to, go to. The jury, CBS's Steven Portnoy was inside the courtroom when the prosecution and defense presented their closing arguments prosecutors. Arguing Paul Manafort engaged in an elaborate scheme to hide millions, from the IRS. And defraud banks his defense attorneys cast the special counsel's office is desperate to rack up charges against their client manafort's lawyers who didn't call, a single witness on his behalf say, prosecutors have, failed to prove their case observers say there's a good chance of a verdict tomorrow therapy dogs in counselors were brought in his classes began this morning at Marjory stoneman, Douglas high school in parkland Florida the school has made security upgrades since February's mass shooting and senior Jacqueline Coren. Says she's trying to focus on the future and not the tragedy parkland to be a word that people here feel inspired by that people understand. That even though there was a tragedy here. There was Good that. Came out of it and that. Can happen anywhere Bishop David Subic leader of the Catholic diocese of Pittsburgh responded. To a state grand jury report into sexual abuse in six Pennsylvania diocese he apologized, to victims and insists he is committed to preventing further incidents I can't ever not say the apology it breaks everybody's heart and especially I'm feeling today for all the people who are, the victims CBS Nikki. Batiste will have much, more. On this story on tonight's. CBS evening news on Wall Street. Today the Dow fell one hundred thirty seven points the NASDAQ dropped ninety six and the s&p.

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"jacqueline coren" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline coren" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Works relief could Wednesday afternoon. President Trump has revoked, the security clearance of frequent critic, former CIA director, John Brennan, White House, press secretary. Sarah Sanders, read a statement from the president's any benefits that senior officials might glean from consultations with Mr.. Brennan are now outweighed by the risks posed by his Radic conduct and behavior. Second that conduct and behavior has tested and far exceeded the limits of any professional courtesy that may have been due to him CBS news, senior security analyst and former Bush administration, official friends, housing called the move on subtly everyone out there who's a former official with the security clearance myself included has to wonder whether or not if you say something critical, you're going to be the target of suspicion by the White House and have your put your clearance at risk. Brennan responded on Twitter, saying in part is part of a broader effort by Mr. Trump to suppress freedom of speech and punish critics. My principles are worth far more than clearances. I will not relent. The Bank and tax fraud trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. Is about to go to the jury CBS's Steven Portnoy was inside the courtroom. When the prosecution and defense presented their closing arguments prosecutors arguing Paul Manafort engaged in an elaborate scheme to hide millions from the IRS and, defraud banks his defense attorneys cast this, special counsel's, office is desperate to rack up charges against their client manafort's lawyers who didn't call a single witness on his behalf say prosecutors have failed to prove their case observers, say there's a good chance of a verdict tomorrow therapy dogs in counselors were brought in his classes began this. Morning and Marjory stoneman, Douglas high school in parkland Florida the school has made security upgrades since February's mass shooting and senior Jacqueline Coren. Says she's trying to focus on the future. And not the tragedy Want to be. A word that people here feel inspired by that people understand that even though there was a. Tragedy here there was good that came out of it and. That can happen anywhere Bishop David Subic leader. Of. The Catholic diocese of Pittsburgh responded to a state grand. Jury report into sexual abuse in. Six Pennsylvania diocese he apologized to victims and insists he is committed to preventing. Further incidents I can't ever not say the apology it breaks everybody's heart and especially, I'm feeling today for all the people who are the victims CBS Nikki Batiste will, have much. More on this story on tonight's CBS evening news on Wall Street today. The Dow fell one hundred thirty.

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"jacqueline coren" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"jacqueline coren" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Day doors accelerate kademi in west baltimore opened for students from all parts of the city especially if they've fallen behind in regular studies a trimester system lets them catch up but coming from all parts of the city some of them were gun violence is not unusual the school has lost seven students on the streets in the past couple of years to shame mcrae in eighteen year old senior longtime it could happen i can get shot like i'd be careful by where i go where i walk today's national walkout regarding gun violence in schools will allow mcrae in classmates seventeen minutes to reflect on the need for change she any money hold robust is provided with private donations to the march for our lives in dc last month i love kids in the neighborhood when i grew up with two years ago students and teachers from the school marched in washington this shane mcrae notice there were kids from many inner city schools taking part is not as baltimore for the chicago all those cities they have shootings and all that so basically for everybody to come and join the march and speak about the thing that's happening going on really took a positive turn on everybody one speaker at the march twenty four event trayvon bosley whose brother was killed in a chicago shooting it's time to stop judging stop communities is worth our word it's time to stop like me or my brother many different to anyone youth organizers of the march walkouts formed out of the parkland florida massacre that left seventeen students and teachers did were very mindful of their ability to raise awareness of their call for more gun control because of all the national media attention parkland survivor jacqueline coren recognize that we are privileged individuals and would not have received as much attention if we weren't for the affluence of our city because we stare the siege today and forever with those always stared down the barrel of a gun excel academy baltimore money holt has some appreciation for the sentiment stay in the school park the witness in a mass shooting at school but like neighborhood was they were like yeah a phillip gun mos but it's like they're not loners everyday now gone through this every day so whole has dreams include a school out in the far western part of maryland and then the far west i'm gonna college eggert community college yes so i'm gonna go there for.

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"jacqueline coren" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"jacqueline coren" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Welcome back to face the nation on margaret brennan we continue our conversation with stoneman douglas high school students jacqueline coren brian and delaney tar plus cameron caskey and emma gonzales you guys are more than than students you become activists you've had this incredible turn out not just here washington but around the country and how do you keep this momentum going we're going to be pushing for justice ryan was saying we're going to be revving up for the election this is not the end this was just the beginning we're going to over the summer we're going to try to yeah let go round to colleges and stuff and our communities reach out to the kids locally all around the country and we didn't just have support all over the country with support all over the world we had like almost nine hundred marches feel like i mean what did you do after the march did you go in and watch the news coverage or remote to the we went we went to eat some food then we had a nice hang out at the hotel which is why my voice so hoarse because i was screaming like the whole night moving forward it's all about registering to vote educating others and starting more of a conversation some more people get politically involved because again the youth of america needs to step up and start voting you'll see the statistics it's an embarrassing turn out and one in five people in the last election showed up and the eighteen to twenty nine demographic and for you all at this table you have become single issue voters you won't back someone or vote for them unless they signed onto the agenda that you laid out we're not backing anybody in general and we're not saying when you get the chance to vote that is something that you won't vote for someone who doesn't support what you're asking for to be something that is at the forefront of the political conversation it kills more people a year then leukaemia it's an epidemic that we need to face but which specifically someone has to call ban on air fifteenth street about for them i mean i would favor that candidate over another one that i support some of our ideals more so than other person i would vote for that we know that this is an issue of compromise and not not.

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"jacqueline coren" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"jacqueline coren" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"To speak to a member of the crew and take the first step in learning about the importance of choice i've never seen star wars none of them not in full i've seen clips i don't know it's like fine art some people can look at a portrait in an art museum and just see beautiful depth meaning in it and i do see blobs of paint so you just don't you're not getting it worst thing just doesn't doesn't do anything for me not i mean i'm not saying i wouldn't even try it i just haven't been motivated as someone in your position that you would have had to by accident have watched a full star wars movie at some point the parts like i remember as a kid seeing java the hut remember being an interesting scene but i've never seen them the gold bikini scene star wars bar scene that whole thing i remember that weekday mornings five thirty to nine talkradio twelve ten wbz ht cloudy sky forty one degrees in center city heading down to twenty nine used on nine thirty two traffic and transit on the twos yes things so looking pretty good in the region right now no major problems to speak of we have these areas of the overnight road work setting up pennsylvania turnpike northbound northeast extension from midcounty of lansdale a right lane blocked for overnight road work on the turnpike eastbound to seventy six between valley forge norris town also a right lane and the right shoulder blocked for overnight roadwork and on the burlington bristol bridge eastbound heading into jersey fat midspan they're going to be alternating lanes are going to be working on the bridge all three of these projects go until five in the morning i'm billy dawson in the trumark financial credit union twenty four hour traffic center welcome back to face the nation on margaret brennan we continue our conversation with stoneman douglas high school students jacqueline coren brian and delaney tar plus cameron caskey.

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"jacqueline coren" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"jacqueline coren" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For easy restocking i'm steve potisk bloomberg business on wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time twelve thirty nine president trump tweeting about border security this morning the president writing that much can be done with the one point six billion dollars for the border wall calling that some just a down payment mr trump says work will begin immediately he also tweeted because of the money approved for the military many jobs are created in the military is rich again the sunday morning talk shows filled with students and lawmakers weighing in on yesterday's march for our lives demonstration in washington the question put to them where do we go from here we get more now from cbs's jim taylor on cbs face the nation this morning jacqueline coren junior at stoneman douglas high school and a leader of never again the public safety issue not a school safety issue we need to fight the from the core which is guns republican governor john casick weighing in on cnn state of the union says he thinks there will be gun law change if the students keep up their push got to keep it up if they don't keep it up those at want no change we'll just sit on their hands they will never come out and say anything they will just try to stall stall stall until the steam comes out of the cattle also on face the nation and are a member iowa senator joni ernst have the right to peacefully protest and inform the government of what they believe is the right path forward but every citizen as long as they are law abiding also has the right to exercise their second amendment rights cbs news update i'm jim taylor both francis calling on young people to raise their voices keep shouting and not little degeneration silence their idealism the pope delivering is palm sunday message to a gathering of the faithful in saint peter's square the local muslim community reaching out seeking understanding and tolerance boss across the state inviting members of the bug to visit their houses of worship next month to learn about the faith that its followers here's wbz's art cohen open mosques day is sunday april eighth more than twenty mosques.

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"jacqueline coren" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"jacqueline coren" Discussed on AM Joy

"They go i can't really remember yesterday i don't remember what i did i i can't what i did i know that the last month has been a whirlwind for you guys a world win what's next for you today making the speech and having a good time with the people around us the people who are going to be our family for years to come and focusing on getting a good night's sleep tonight who else are we going to hear from on that stage today nineteen other kids some of them are students some of whom are other students around the country who have been affected by gun violence and we're hoping to get even more voices out in the in the years toco thank you so much thank you good job out here for shade it there you heard it one of the organizers here that has made this happen today responsible for more than five hundred thousand people showing up today hoping to make history happen back to amazing tammy lightner thank you so much an emigrant solace thank you thank you thank you and earlier this week that was great and earlier this week i got the chance to talk with jacqueline coren and cameron caskey a two of the other survivors of the parkland shooting who are also co founders of this up incredible historic never again movement and co organized today's march for our lives in washington dc and around the world now one of the topics that we discussed was the idea arming teachers and idea that is heavily favored by republican legislators as a way of combat and gun violence at schools here's a camera and had to say about his teachers at marjory stoneman douglas high school.

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5 school shooting survivors featured on the cover of Time Magazine credited with starting a movement

All News, Traffic and Weather

00:47 sec | 3 years ago

5 school shooting survivors featured on the cover of Time Magazine credited with starting a movement

"Forty sixty one wbz news time to fifteen a group of teenagers who saw more than a dozen of their classmates gunned down at their school in parkland florida land a magazine cover for their work on gun control ahead of tomorrow's march for our lives rally for gun control five survivors of the stoneman douglas high shooting in parkland florida have made the cover of time magazine written across the page featuring jacqueline coren ama gonzales david hogg cameron caskey and alex wind enough in all caps time credits the five for organizing the most powerful grassroots gun reform movement in nearly two decades the question the magazine asks can these kids actually do it deborah rodriguez cbs news and coming up there's been a huge child exploitation bused across the southeast i'm jim krasula i'll have the.

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"jacqueline coren" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"jacqueline coren" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"Like anthony's unfold quietly in hospitals after every mass shooting but what happened in parkland is different instead of retreating into their dated neighborhoods and asking for privacy for saying it was too soon to talk about guns we're about to go national all of this is about to be everywhere parkland decided it was exactly the right moment to talk about guns unless we act now it was the students who step forward i instead never again you've probably heard a lot from them over the last month but we were surprised about what they had to say about the fate of the gunman florida prosecutor announced today that he's going to seek the death penalty against nncholas crews and i just want to get your thoughts on that good good why could that he's seeking the death penalty for nick cruise i don't want to think about nick cruz i think the more we think about him the more he wins that being said i in a way i disagree with them rob forever rotten jail i wanna see him rot forever cameron just said but let me pursue the death penalty this'll be kept in the media for much longer i just don't want him to get what he wants i want him to suffer no matter what the death of one person as terrible of a personality is cannot outweigh the death of the seventeen alex wind a selfdescribed feeder geek jacqueline coren the junior class president student reporter david hog and senior emma gonzalez started what they call the never again movement in cameron caskey's living room i need to call them watching photos because there's last night in the hours after the attack filled with grief but fueled with anger and armed with their phones the teenagers got to work i they set off a firestorm of tweets many aimed at lawmakers they said yes to almost every interview request and used social media to organize a student led protest at the state capital this is about this is about moving forward with everybody in three weeks they'd convinced florida's republican governor rick scott to defy the national rifle association something that hasn't happened in florida in twenty years the new florida raises the age tobia rifle to twenty one introduces a three day waiting period on gun sales and i make more money available for mental health services give us a grade on.

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Students calling for change after the Parkland shooting

CBS 60 Minutes

02:40 min | 3 years ago

Students calling for change after the Parkland shooting

"Like anthony's unfold quietly in hospitals after every mass shooting but what happened in parkland is different instead of retreating into their dated neighborhoods and asking for privacy for saying it was too soon to talk about guns we're about to go national all of this is about to be everywhere parkland decided it was exactly the right moment to talk about guns unless we act now it was the students who step forward i instead never again you've probably heard a lot from them over the last month but we were surprised about what they had to say about the fate of the gunman florida prosecutor announced today that he's going to seek the death penalty against nncholas crews and i just want to get your thoughts on that good good why could that he's seeking the death penalty for nick cruise i don't want to think about nick cruz i think the more we think about him the more he wins that being said i in a way i disagree with them rob forever rotten jail i wanna see him rot forever cameron just said but let me pursue the death penalty this'll be kept in the media for much longer i just don't want him to get what he wants i want him to suffer no matter what the death of one person as terrible of a personality is cannot outweigh the death of the seventeen alex wind a selfdescribed feeder geek jacqueline coren the junior class president student reporter david hog and senior emma gonzalez started what they call the never again movement in cameron caskey's living room i need to call them watching photos because there's last night in the hours after the attack filled with grief but fueled with anger and armed with their phones the teenagers got to work i they set off a firestorm of tweets many aimed at lawmakers they said yes to almost every interview request and used social media to organize a student led protest at the state capital this is about this is about moving forward with everybody in three weeks they'd convinced florida's republican governor rick scott to defy the national rifle association something that hasn't happened in florida in twenty years the new florida raises the age tobia rifle to twenty one introduces a three day waiting period on gun sales and i make more money available for mental health services give us a grade on.

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