20 Episode results for "Jamal Kashogi"

AP One Minute Headlines Oct 22 2018 05:00 (EDT)

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AP One Minute Headlines Oct 22 2018 05:00 (EDT)

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AP One Minute Headlines Oct 23 2018 10:00 (EDT)

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02:00 min | 2 years ago

AP One Minute Headlines Oct 23 2018 10:00 (EDT)

"Hey, DC right now at vision works all prescription. I wear every frame. Every brand is fifty percent off. Yup. A nifty fifty percent. Thanks to our friends and family event. What's even better? It applies to both glasses and sunglasses. That's right. At the vision works friends and family event. You can save fifty percent on all prescription eyewear. Why? Because we like you DC a lot vision works. We're here to help you some restrictions apply see store for details. Shoghi death. I'm Ed Donahue with the AP news minute Turkey's president Irwanto, lawmakers today, Saudi officials, murdered journalist, Jamal kashogi in their instable consulate after plotting his death for days. Now, on speculation from them going forward, is that all those responsible from the highest degree ties level to the lowest we'll be highlighted. We'll be brought to Justice urda one spoke through an interpreter. He also wants Saudi officials to allow eighteen suspects it detained for kashogi killing to be tried in Turkish courts, Sandra Day O'Connor. The first woman on the supreme court says she has the beginning stages of dementia and probably Alzheimer's disease. People thinking big at lottery machines around the country jackpot for tonight's mega millions drawing. One point, six billion more likely get hit by lightning than winning it, but you don't play. Can't win either the odds one in three hundred two point five million to win. I'm Ed Donahue. Entertainment designed just for you than checkout customizable streaming TV from finishing it makes your life simple easy. Awesome. Expended, he gives you customizable streaming TV options. Enjoy the most free shows anywhere on any device and even access your streaming apps right on your TV with x one. Go to expended dot com or one eight hundred expanding or visit a store today to learn more restrictions, apply.

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AP One Minute Headlines Oct 19 2018 05:00 (EDT)

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

AP One Minute Headlines Oct 19 2018 05:00 (EDT)

"Trump and immigration. I'm Donahue with an AP news minute in Montana. Last night, President Trump is suggesting without evidence, Democrats or their allies are supporting a caravan of Central American migrants who are travelling north aiming to enter the US that caravan. And there are those say that caravan didn't just happen. It didn't just happen a lot of reasons that caravan four thousand people, but I just wanna thank the Mexican government because they're stopping. And hopefully before it ever gets the Mexican President Trump all accused Democrats have engaging in a heartless campaign to sink Brett cavenaugh supreme court confirmation saying voters will remember how he was treated at the polls. A Turkish official says, investigators are looking into the possibility. The remains of missing Saudi journalists. Jamal kashogi may have been taken to a forest in the outskirts of his stumble or to another city. If an after he was killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, I'm Ed Donahue. Won't entertainment design just for you. Then checkout customizable streaming TV from expanding it makes your life simple easy. Awesome. Expended, he gives you customizable streaming TV options. Enjoy the most ratios anywhere on any device and even access your streaming apps right on your TV with x one. Go to Insperity dot com. Call one eight hundred eighty or visit a store today to learn more restrictions, apply.

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AP One Minute Headlines Oct 23 2018 06:00 (EDT)

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01:45 min | 2 years ago

AP One Minute Headlines Oct 23 2018 06:00 (EDT)

"Hey, DC right now at vision works all prescription. I wear every frame. Every brand is fifty percent off. Yup. A nifty fifty percent. Thanks to our friends and family event. What's even better? It applies to both glasses and sunglasses. That's right. At the vision works friends and family event. You can save fifty percent on all prescription eyewear. Why? Because we like you DC a lot vision works. We're here to help you some restrictions apply see store for details. The kashogi case. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute information. And the evidence we have so far collected indicate that Jamaica Shoghi was slain in a vicious, violent murder that is Turkish president Erdogan speaking through an interpreter, he told Turkish, lawmakers, all those responsible for the killing of Saudi writer. Jamal kashogi in Turkey must be punished regardless of rank from the person who ordered his death to those who carried out the killing President Trump talked about immigration at a rally for Senator Ted Cruz in Texas. Last night as the president was speaking a caravan of Central American migrants made their way through Mexico with the goal of reaching the US border. And look that is an assault on our country. That's in the. That's in the assault. And the president says, Democrats are to blame for the caravan and for immigration laws. I'm Ed Donahue.

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AP Headline News Oct 22 2018 08:00 (EDT)

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04:00 min | 2 years ago

AP Headline News Oct 22 2018 08:00 (EDT)

"Luzi is Ron Don from my is about it. Ooh, somebody. Abbad fun. Somebody. Alexa play hits from Queen. Okay. With Amazon music of all, you need get tens of millions of songs, download the Amazon music app today. AP radio news. Good morning. I'm Donohue President Trump's warning stands for a caravan of migrants from Honduras. I would call in the military and I would seal off the border close up the border. The migrants are now in southern Mexico. They have battled extreme heat to get to where they are. Now they want to get to the US Mexico border. The caravan started with about two hundred people. It has expanded to an estimated five thousand migrants received help from sympathetic Mexicans who offered food water and clothing, hundreds of locals driving pickups vans in cargo truck, stop to let them help them on their way. Turkey's president Durda one is promising to tell his people tomorrow about what happened to Saudi writer. Jamal kashogi Turkish officials has Erta one spoke by phone with President Trump the AP, Chris torture report Saudi Arabia's crown prince. Mohammad bin Salman has called the son of Jamal kashogi dolences for his death. This comes. As mounting allegations that the crown prince himself may have in fact involved or in order to killing the operation against newly leaks or Valence footage from the killing of kashogi appears to show a man walking around in the writers close in Istanbul. After the killing CNN aired the footage citing Turkish official as describing the man is a body double and a member of a fifteen man. Saudi team sent to stumble to target the writer. Russia says it is waiting for explanations from the US about its intentions over the IMF treaty. Those could've just at the booth, those deal zone bolt on those that is presidential spokesman Dmitry peskov in Moscow national security adviser. John Bolton is facing two days of high tension talks in Moscow after President Trump announced his intention to withdraw from a landmark nuclear deal for American tourists. Kosta Rican guide were killed in a weekend rafting accident in cost Rica. This is AP radio news. Dozens were hurt in a floor. Collapse at a college party in South Carolina chaos. The floor collapsed caught on video thirty. Say luckily none of the injuries were life-threatening. It happened at the clubhouse inside the apartment complex where frenzy pentagram was dancing stars over. All you like black, really. Always. This fall here by hands of air time, we got to the bottom is like everybody was piled up his friendly, ROY. Pearson wins humbling in the floor collapsed and in wake up because I blacked out and not see like girls everywhere with blood all over their face. The property manager says it was built around two thousand and four, but could not say whether there was a limit on the number of people who were supposed to be at the clubhouse. I'm Julie Walker CBS says it's interim chairman. Richard Parsons has resigned from its board because of illness. CBS is trying to reshape itself all in the of longtime, chief, less moon, biz Ed Donahue, AP radio news. Hey, DC right now at vision works all prescription. I wear every frame. Every brand is fifty percent off. Yup. A nifty fifty percent. Thanks to our friends and family event. What's even better? It applies to both glasses and sunglasses. That's right. At the vision works friends and family event. You can save fifty percent on all prescription eyewear. Why? Because we like you. See a lot vision works. We're here to help you some restrictions apply see store for details.

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AP One Minute Headlines Oct 17 2018 16:00 (EDT)

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01:00 min | 2 years ago

AP One Minute Headlines Oct 17 2018 16:00 (EDT)

"Missing Saudi work, writer, Canada, Pat sales. I'm Tim Maguire with an AP news minute. President Trump says, he's asked Herkie to provide any audio and video tape relating missing Saudi writer and critic Jamal kashogi Trump telling reporters, he wants to know what happened or an important ally, but I wanna find out what happened, where is the fault? And we will probably know that by the end of the week, Turkish officials say kashogi was killed more than two weeks ago inside the Saudi council stem bull an allegation denied by Saudi officials. US customs official in Michigan says it remains illegal to bring pot into this country even with Canada, legalizing marijuana sale. US laws have not changed following Canada's legalisation of marijuana today, customs and border protection spokesman Christopher Perry, Orange County, California. Prosecutors add criminal charges involving five additional victims in the case of a surgeon and his girlfriend who were previously charged with drugging and sexually assaulting two women. I'm Tim Maguire.

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AP One Minute Headlines Oct 22 2018 07:00 (EDT)

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AP One Minute Headlines Oct 22 2018 07:00 (EDT)

"Hey, DC right now at vision works all prescription. I wear every frame. Every brand is fifty percent off. Yup. A nifty fifty percent. Thanks to our friends and family event. What's even better? It applies to both glasses and sunglasses. That's right. At the vision works friends and family event. You can save fifty percent on all prescription eyewear. Why? Because we like you DC a lot vision works. We're here to help you some restrictions apply see store for details. Closer to the border. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute. The growing caravan is moving deeper into Mexico. Thousands of Hondurans have a goal of reaching the US. The group's advance has drawn strong criticism from President Trump who lashed out again at the Democratic Party over what apparently sees as a winning issue for Republicans a little over two weeks ahead of the midterm elections. Louis Porto is one of those migrants is very hard because. From the side is scaring his tire, but we'll warriors and we got to get to to the place we got to Turkish officials is Turkey's president or two. One spoke by phone with President Trump about the death in Turkey of Saudi writer. Jamal kashogi surveillance video shows a man appearing to wear Shoghi closed, leaving the Saudi consulate following the killing their for American tourists were killed in a rafting accident in Costas Rekha. I'm Ed Donahue. Entertainment designed just for you, then checkout customizable streaming TV from expanding it makes your life simple easy. Awesome. Expending gives you customizable streaming TV options. Enjoy the most free shows anywhere on any device and even access your streaming apps right on your TV with x one. Go to expend dot com or one eight hundred expanding or visit a store today to learn more restrictions, apply.

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AP One Minute Headlines Jan 03 2019 08:00 (EST)

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03:00 min | 1 year ago

AP One Minute Headlines Jan 03 2019 08:00 (EST)

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AP Headline News Oct 18 2018 09:00 (EDT)

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04:00 min | 2 years ago

AP Headline News Oct 18 2018 09:00 (EDT)

"Find out the car, you ac- onto embroi- ally. Lag. We would. That in this, hey, we have been. We've. We've been Alexa play Arianna 'Grande. Okay. With Amazon music. A voice is all you need, get tens of millions of songs, download the Amazon music app today. AP radio news. Good morning. I'm Ed Donahue. President Trump is meeting at the White House this morning with secretary of state, Mike Pompeo about missing Saudi writer. Jamal kashogi Pompeo has been to Saudi Arabia and to Turkey worker. Shoghi was last seen Turkish officials think he may have been killed. President Trump has been defending the Saudis. He was asked at the White House if he's covering up for them and that giving cover all with that being said, Saudi Arabia has been a very important ally of ours in the Middle East today at the watch at the Washington Post, there's a column from Jamal kashogi AP soccer megani is at the White House because Shoghi warns Middle East governments have been given free rein to increasingly silence the media saying the Arab world is facing its own version of an iron curtain. The column was published more than two weeks after kashogi was last seen entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. The newspapers, global opinions editor says she received the column the day after he disappeared. The post held off. Publishing it while hoping kashogi would return, but now says it accepts that won't happen saga. Megani at the White House, former president of USA gymnastics Steve penny has been indicted in Texas. He's accused of tampering with evidence in the sexual assault investigation of now imprisoned gymnastics doctor. Larry Nassar penny testified in June on Capitol Hill. Specially I would like to answer your question. However, I've been struck by my attorney to hurt my rights under the fifth amendment to the constitution. The third degree felony against penny is punishable by up to ten years in prison on Twitter, President Trump is lashing out over a caravan of Central American migrants trying to reach the US saying, if Mexico does not stop the effort, he will use the military to close the southern border more than two thousand from Honduras or on that caravan potential twenty twenty presidential candidate and former vice president. Joe Biden dole CBS President Trump may not know what he's doing and coddle dictators. This is AP radio news. In baseball's American League championship series. The Boston Red Sox now have a three games to one lead on the Houston, Astros with a controversial eight to six victory in game four in Houston, a fan interference call against Houston, wiped out a potential home run and outfielder Andrew Benintendi diving catch in the ninth inning, preserve the Red Sox victory of Kashmir. Time that up oil and made that point. It was so gladdock on a Boston victory tonight in Houston with send us Red Sox to the World Series in the National League series. The LA dodgers are victory away from the World Series beating Milwaukee, five, two at home in game five, Clayton Kershaw allowed. Just one run in three hits over seven innings spin a battle every single game that we played them so far and we don't expect anything different when we go back. So we're in a much better spot now because today and I'm glad that I was able to contribute game. Six is tomorrow in Milwaukee. I'm Ed Donahue, AP radio news. This is firefighter Raphael poor yet for firehouse subs, introducing the new firehouse pub stakes up with savory steak, crispy, fried onions, and are rich Belgian beer cheese sauce on tap for a limited time or yours at firehouse subs dot com. Today, remember a portion of every sub ubod helps provide lifesaving equipment for first responders, firehouse subs. Enjoy more subs, save more lives, limited time, only plus tax participating locations. Firehouse subs with donate a minimum. One billion dollars in two thousand eighteen firehouse subs, public safety foundation by donating point, one, three percent every purchase.

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AP One Minute Headlines Oct 23 2018 07:00 (EDT)

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01:15 min | 2 years ago

AP One Minute Headlines Oct 23 2018 07:00 (EDT)

"How do you feel about your office? Is it just a space for your company? Or is it a space to help you grow your company from new HQ? Two satellite offices with we work. You can find a space that works for you. Visit Weadock. Oh, slush space matters to learn more co Shoghi death. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute Turkish president dirty John says Saudi writer, Jamal kashogi was victim of a savage murder, and there can be no cover-up speaking through an interpreter Erta onto a lawmaker Saudi officials started planning to murder kashogi days before his death in Saudi Arabia's Istanbul counselor some consulate officers officials actually left for the country's in a haste and this points in the direction that some preparation work wasn't. He'd done. Erta wants comments contradict Saudi accounts that kashogi died accidentally in a fistfight in the consulate in Houston. Last night, President Trump says, Democrats would rather protect criminal aliens than law abiding Americans killing and hurting innocent. Americans, democrat immigration policies allow poisonous drugs and MS thirteen to pour into our country. The president spoke is migrant caravan, moved closer to the US border. I'm Ed Donahue. Hey, DC right now at vision works all prescription eyewear. Every frame. Every brand is fifty percent off. Yup. A nifty fifty percent. Thanks to our friends and family event. What's even better? It applies to both glasses and sunglasses. That's right. At division works friends and family event, you can save fifty percent on all prescription eyewear. Why? Because we like you DC a lot vision works. We're here to help you some restrictions apply see store for details.

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Amanpour: Jonathan Rugman, Patricia Cornwell and Susan Rice

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56:35 min | 1 year ago

Amanpour: Jonathan Rugman, Patricia Cornwell and Susan Rice

"Hello everyone and welcome to on for here's what's coming up one year later what have we learned about who ordered the brutal killing of Jamal Kashogi very believe with medium to high confidence by the Saudi crown prince probably left behind by President Obama welcome to the program everyone I'm Christiane Amanpour in London the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and from Syria to Benghazi to Russian election interference former national security adviser Susan Rice on trump and unsolved problems. I said I'm not doing any more books Patricia Cornwell joins me one of the world's most successful writers jumping back into the fray and outer space Tokyo transcript of the murder and how he's still haunted by the very last images of Kashogi alive entering that Saudi Consulate Johnson Rodman it's never a hundred percent but it was enough caveat it for president trump to be able to say famously maybe he did maybe he didn't has announced a major civil rights move this week for the first time it allow women to serve in the armed forces is the latest in a series of measures to empower women famous shots of him walking towards the door of the concert at one fourteen pm the second of October disappearing never seen again images officials deny that the crown prince had any involvement in the murder but a new book by the award winning journalist Jonathan Rudman offers the first truly comprehensive account and reform the economy John by Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman but whether it's women driving new tourist visas or IPO's it's investigating the life and death of Jamal Kashogi Jonasson Rodman spoke to me about his exclusive access to those involve how he got much more of that gruesome of the methodical planning and brutal efficiency behind the massacre and the role played by himself. His book is called the killing in the concert stumbled to cover Jamaica disappearance and I stayed in the same hotel where many of the hit squad from Saudi Arabia's state because it's close to the consulate all somewhat overshadowed by the brutal killing of the Saudi journalist Jamal Kashogi ooh inside the Saudi concert in Istanbul a year ago Saudi welcome to the program so it's just over a year since Jamal Kashogi was killed so brutally you've worked for so many months to make a new report Diana's assessment which you and I have never seen but has been leaked to specifically is that they believe they why they stayed there that's why I was saying and I went to bed that night and I found it very hard to sleep because I had all these images going through my mind we've with medium to high confidence that the Saudi crown prince probably ordered the journalist's death my all of these caveats are very important because Ching of the of the background that killing of the concert what did you think needed what what what spurred you to want to write the book well what happened was I was sent to the hit squad arriving at the airport all that CCTV footage Turkish authorities produced but I was trying to do is to expand on the what is an accident was the intention in fact to render him back to Saudi Arabia to put him on a private jet take him home which on the surface I think that's where president trump wanted things to stay he wanted that wiggle room leeway so that he didn't have to take this case any further with the Saudis things seems more likely given that we haven't seen a case like this before when when we've seen Saudis snatched it's to take them back home it's not it's not a murder them did you order the murder Jamal Kashogi Belichick Absolutely not this was a heinous could've been a mistake I think the problem with the mistake theory the best explanation you can give is that there is an attempt to render him back cool pa but it's still I didn't do it somebody else did it rogoff rations a mistake all your reporting do you think it Hamad bin Salman who's the crown prince of Saudi Arabia and who most believed did actually order this let's just play what he said to. CBS News recently and but then you have to ask yourself what was a forensic scientist by the name of Dr Al Too Baggy doing that. If his skill was autumn difficult for people to take notes the tapes they don't want people to write things down they have allowed I think most forty five minutes of the material to be heard Z. dissecting bodies he had boasted in the past of big able to dissect about seven minutes I mean he was he was famous for being quick operate they've been demanding justice but they've never quite laid it at the door of the Saudi crown prince in the way that have and I think they don't want to go that far they'd by various intelligence agencies and others when they claim they recorded seven hour why do you think that is I mean everybody knows it's not because they don't want to give away their intelligence it's of a man who is being held against his will I think they've also been playing this diplomatic gang whether putting pressure on the Saudis and have been taken full responsibility as a leader in Saudi Arabia especially since it was committed by individuals working for the Saudi government what does that mean me a few months ago feel very much alone about this feel have been deserted a journalist ability that this was a mistake and I must take all actions to avoid such a thing in the future so it's further than he's gone before in sort of an attempt to demand want to be accused of chime to create an internal coup in Saudi Arabia but I do think that these transcripts are according to the Turks if you believe what the Turks are saying do you believe it and using the Turks should release the tapes have you heard the tapes I haven't heard the tapes have made it very Saudi Arabia the went wrong because Jamaica shocked you struggled overwhelming force was used on a sixty year old man and he died and it was an accident if there is ever an international trial of those accused of this murder which seems pretty unlikely will the Turkish intelligence authorities want those was this a deliberate killing so we're going to ask you I'm GonNa ask you your conclusion was but I I want to play for you the very latest from NBS's prisoner is because we all know that they had it bugged why will they not release them I think it is partly a matter of taste these these are the the dying moments up and he has also addressed this self defense claim of Saudi Arabia that it was a rogue operation he says that's assumed that it was a rogue operation he out there for several hours while all this was going on has said in very emotional terms there's no no no accountability is being had right now let's just play what she told style swear and in those transcripts you hear Dr Tobago talking with the hit squad commander the hit squad commander says we'll the body and the hits authorities then he took it I'm a my job essentially was to to look at all the evidence to try and build the case trump work out what happened to Jamaica Shoji takes released in court given given that surveillance probably not so let's actually just talk about accountability because obviously his fiancee whose we're GONNA do with with the body now that discussion takes place about fourteen fifteen minutes before Jamal Khashoggi arrives pin countries states leaders have not proper pressure and they have not taken any steps to getting after the murder Robert Mazza has been presented before the matter and yes you're right questions will be asked about why the Turks have released stuff and the question is NBA has all the robes and they know where the body is he nbs lied straight faced so that does put paid to the idea that was rogue not to mention the fact that they came on a private plane that fifteen or so people had to be allowed into the concert you don't just allow fifteen people there roads do you well that's right and we've seen old for an international inquiry what we have seen is trial in Riyadh behind closed doors with eleven men on trial five of them accused of murder state he criticized 'em bs and when he started criticizing MBBS and his accumulation of power that's when his trouble started fit in the bag this way and the doctor says reply know Jamal's a toll man fit and I have had the discussion about what within an inch of its life so there is absolutely nothing left so by the time the Turks are allowed in which is not till the middle of October they can't find on I mean does she have any hope that there will be a proper accountability ever she does have that her she's a realistic the answers real answers to this horrendous crime so had absolutely obviously heartbroken she was inside while all of this was going on she is the cleanup operation it's one thing to say this was a rogue operation and it shouldn't have happened but then you spend two weeks forensically cleaning the place hope I don't think it's a particularly realistic hope when you have to bear in mind that the UN secretary general has not got behind his own UN reporter and friends and he made the point that we don't really know when the decision to kill Jamal was taken according to the leaks of the CIA assess he was visiting the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey so the other bit of evidence Alphand gets look glossed over which I think is really important as a sign of state companies fact before you started writing for the Washington Post and I think that's a very important point to make in other words this is a grievance that goes back quite a long way none of the names released and the diplomats who have access to the child have been sworn to secrecy so we we don't know what they think well interestingly because gene you take responsibility when a crime is committed against a Saudi citizen by officials working for the Saudi government as a leader I must take response taste be voted fullest the hasn't been a proper investigation everything has is in suspense starting at the United States factor graphs of some of these men standing next to the Crown Prince in ten Downing Street when the crown prince visiting the British Prime Minister in Texas when he now about the arms deals the forty British fighter jets there was a memorandum of understanding president trump talking about billions and ends of deals that he wants signed with the Saudi crown prince so pragmatism has has won the day over the death of a single journalist what would you say is the most significant I want the crown prince talked about using a quotes bullet against Jamal Kashogi more than a year before he was killed ricocheted all the way to the killing fields of Yemen I think in a way which many of us don't quite understand the sense that according to a u n d at what he did and one other thing I discovered was a longer version of the trump scripts of the Turkish surveillance inside the concert than has been in fact they are paying a price says right L. that actually Jamal's ghost does home the House of Salad haunts the the royal palace well I he report two hundred and thirty three thousand people have been killed by the end of this year cheering the conflict in Yemen which started it only goes so far that argument I mean after all Saudi Arabia is due to host the g twenty summit next year so I'm not sure they really are paying a price and I think everything we and that had implications not just for Saudi Arabia but for the whole Gulf but this idea that Islamist political parties could take over and could operate in discovery or realization that you've come to in this year of of of writing this book I would like to say that the most significant thing I've found is is he considered himself a very loyal citizen he just wanted his kingdom to reform he wanted it to and it's conflict in Yemen and I think it came from the that he was such an outspoken critic of the regime is not exactly accurate he was very close to the regime for many many years but they're saying that he didn't actually criticize the strongly some discovered next to a feeling that he left behind in his youth the there was a better way for the Arab world and he couldn't stop talking about tossing resolutions chime to get American to end American involvement in the Yemen war forcing president trump to use his veto for only the second time of his presidency remember to create an ad this one visit pure winning dot com slash CNN and the MLB postseason one pitch struck and if you read his journalism and I've read all his Washington Post pieces they are extraordinarily powerful they are saying all the right things they're not criticizing Saudi Arabia the full of versions of the transcripts being published elsewhere particularly a few days before the kidding when the plot is being hatched officials in Istanbul talking to the officials in Riyadh and who thought it a man walks into a consulate in Istanbul and disappears he pricks the conscience of lawmakers he makes people in America think for the is a feeling that a former insider has turned traitor a feeling that he had gone rogue if you like that he had been ordered to keep quiet appreciate reliable guide to what happened I think the question is could they have moved the time scattered around the discussion for example about what to do with the body of happened Nope Coldwell is best known for her hugely successful series featuring the intrepid medical examiner case Scoppetta but after writing forty Bruce Ridell who is a former CIA official he's very longtime experience in the Middle East author of kings and presidents Saudi Arabia and the United States since FDR Russia has succeeded in doing is he has turned the the statistic of Yemen into a very real concern that we saw the US Congress how about finding a whole new story to Tell Patricia Cornwell welcome to the program it's my great pleasure to be here when you have this whole new franchise yes in three decades with two thousand nine New York Times bestsellers the American author was ready to walk away from that lucrative career until inspiration in sort of a democratic system across the Middle East Bruce Fidel also says that contrary to sort of again the narrative that the Saudis haven't paid and he had refused to do that and also I think a man who had had a second wind in life from the aftermath of the Arab spring a man who felt very I think that's right I think this was a personal dispute accustom Oh falling out I spoke to David Ignatius of the Washington Post to one of Jamal's are we don't know who we are and we don't know how to behave you are actually known for the incredible amount of research you do I think you said it's also scary I mean this this we're going to turn next to a very timely new book this one a novel and a short fine new hit by the much-loved Crime Writer Patricia Cornwell Russian for a whole new series sparked by the idea of female James Bond lowered cornwell out of the morgue and into space after two years fucking up what they're gonNa do but actually what I missed pleased about is that I have joined the dogs that the death of one man has first time since September the eleventh about whether the trade offs in the relationship with Saudi Arabia worth it and that is an extraordinary thing for him to have done is featuring aspiring astronaut and cyber investigator captain Kelly Chase it is called quantum and when we spoke here in London she shared with me process was a bit scary you well it's it's mind weathering because I always tell people never forget I'm an English major you know I dropped science I couldn't I can't do math I have no sense of direction yet I'm a pilot I'm scared of the water but I'm a scuba diver you do stuff because you have to learn these things but it is mine withering these again now why are you starting off again well it takes one to know one because I think people like US everywhere we go there's a story to be told and I think some of us were put here yeah something like more than one hundred million books sold in more than one hundred twenty countries around the world you could be relaxing taking in the royalties white people are so freaking smart that work in these fields and they're dealing with things that are very abstract it's hard for us to comprehend that we live in a world and her twin sister is from the get go they have been raised by these NASA parents and this guy who ends up being the commander of Space Force they've been groomed with the unseen world of electromagnetic energy radio waves how satellite communications stuff that may sound boring but you think it doesn't affect you typically arduous research plumbing every corner of the highly secretive NASA facilities across the country Cornwell is out with her first book of the New Frontier. I'm Rick Y'all look good word it's easy to do anyway away be the ones who tell those stories who put a face on something like you when you go to all these far flung places that I'd be scared to go to and you put a face on it if I go into space right take you in the tell me who she is how you come to Kelly chase a captain chase works at NASA Langley she's in charge of cyber investigations for their police but she's not sorta be the ultimate new kind of James Bond type thing S- people who go into space but it's militarized because it's going to be we're already headed that way and you're dealing org when the forensic labs I'm putting a face on these things and that is what we're here to do because if we don't do this who's going to do it and if we don't have stories we don't know who we were onto the title of your latest book and it's about space and it's a departure of e from the subject matter of your previous books but I form is at this stage in your highly successful sensuous with an exploratory drive that keeps me from taking another person's word for it from sitting still and being complacent I have to see something for myself I have to look here taste touch and that's the compulsion I'm feeling so I mean it's really a little bit autobiographical given what we've just been talking about your research we're almost anything can allow you to be spied on and furthermore that you can remotely do catastrophic damage talks about your protagonist Kelly in Twenty Fifteen Mar Joseph Stalin supposed to said the death of one man is a tragedy and the death millions is a statistic and I think what Jim Bright Place and I think he paid for his life Johnson Rodman killing in the constant thank you very much indeed one swing of the bat and turn to ties of October tbs is the home of the two thousand Nineteen National League postseason a little but insanely insatiably even if I don't let on don't give the slightest sign of the magnetic force pulling at my attention is hard to explain but I'm tactile and I try to walk a mile in the other person's moccasins and that's how I know what it looks like smells like feels like you know from the stuff you do you can google the morgue it's not the an airforce generals including one who's in charge of space command now and basically what they all said to me is listen the biggest favor you could do everybody and start being discerning about what you believe because it's it's so dangerous oh and by the way of thinking of we talked about the general brain-damaged guidance system I'd rather have you want somebody to steer you into the ditch and we've all had GPS is take us through a part of town that was dangerous haven't we so use your head try to get up tomorrow morning with GPS knocked out all over the world and see how things go for you let me just play this sound bite is actually you basically curricular cop a main she's a quantum scientists quantum physicist and a test pilot she was gotten to the cyberworld and military police but the thing with with Kelly the institute during some doing some of the research we're going to display this I wanted to ask you to read a passage from the latest book here is Captain Kelly Chase she's entering a crime scene is related to a series of mysterious events that have taken place in this NASA facility jokes I've had enough of earth I quit is that a joe not really not really I mean so much of humor is really rooted ever had was when I was a reporter at the Charlotte Observer right out of college and I remember one of my early general assignments if someone was teaching juggling in the park big assignment right won't blind deaf and dumb and guided by lies parallels this there is nothing worse than to have a when I first started doing this research or where I was really working on quantum very hard I went to to Colorado Springs and I met with a at least half a dozen for all of this is all related because you're manipulating things that people don't know are being manipulated in the film promoting this new series I went out to do that well I learned right off the bat my method was always to try what someone else was doing the guy is trying to show me how to juggle every and so it's just what I movie when I gave the Dot told anybody else this but when I gave the treatment to Amazon publishing who had done my ripper book recently I said listen nat kind of true it no people don't know this but I tell you when this the twenty fourth's carpet a book came out three years ago and that was my fortieth book there's also a bit of a testimony on our times right one of your characters Richard Melville General Richard Melvin Hell head of the US Space Command says our adversaries NFL mccown find the body can we get to why you think he was killed some people now saying that you know this western narrative this off Tober UEFA Champions League and Europa League are back in action assist have a hero who's a cyber Ninja because that's where it's all at that's what we're worried about is the twelve year old that can hack into your rocket or to the Pentagon and so do your previous franchises Scoppetta I mean it's it's not often you have a female writer or character sort of reveling in this you know the more else I've done and and the publishing world's changed dramatically and I just thought I don't know what I literally said I don't know what to do with her anymore and and just put a face on everything like you do with all your travels you know the more you might see things in a more balanced way but here you are hundred million books hundred twenty I still do and I kind of like that because then you you know you don't expect too much and that's probably a good thing in some cases but I try to look at name and why she chose this particular name and J K Rolling by the initials Oh he had Langley Virginia as you as you describe I intend to gather all the data I can before walking in no matter how curious I might be I am curious not just on the Moon Scoppetta as you know I'm not gonNA write any more books so you kind of quit I did quit I said I'm not doing anymore books and so I started doing research for film and TV now not the first four didn't get published but if you did the math from the age of twenty one to the age I was three years ago it would have been doing a book every single year in addition to everything sort of dominant world for a very long time but it was you know there's a good and bad the good part of it is I always got underestimated rats and rats fink not again so do people know that you could I mean it was public did you make an announcement that you had quit writing now I really thought I would do this sees a persona right I mean not a sort of this is you you have you are this action woman you know what I really am is I'm a journalist you know what my my first in best in most honest big but now we want a book and I said see this is my punishment I did something really wrong when I was little somewhere no good deed goes unpunished take me back then I got asked the James Bond question and so I came up with the film proposal met with all kinds of people but they said you know we love this needs to be a book and I said because my publisher my the published Harry Potter they said to me we think this is a book that will occur Amos walking through one is that not right now is absolutely right and I'm going to get to the Morgan a moment because that is also a particularly gory element of what you did in your previous franchise I really in helicopter flying I always say don't land until you know what's under you in so the more you can hover and look all around order which analysts I speak with the award winning journalist Jonathan Rodman about his new book then that's not writing books so you kind of quit I did quit dogs in the Gore and the crime and all of that how important was that few you know when I started out when I was a appeal to boys and girls and I great and they said so could we use your initials on because basically they were trying to disguise my gen- gender you may be could turn this into a graphic novel but I'm really trying to create a film franchise type thing I was thinking very small by the way and so they all came back we love the countries the only also really comes close to you is J. K. Rowling I think she outran Musa light years is weird saying NASA Talk Okay so you're pretty close this guy stream every match on beyond is turn about you know what it was like to be underestimated what it was like also to come up through the ranks so to speak and this was a little bit of a back and forth about her reporter there were no women doing anything including many women cops and so I very had two brothers group in town with all boys so I've been immersed in a male so before we get to gender I just would like to point out that I am really environmentally conscious. I'm still wearing the same jacket that did to interview yeah I was lashawn for me did you ever have to disguise your gender or feel that there was a pressure on you as a woman trying to get some of these incredible adventure stories written we had this discussion with my publisher for Post Mortem what name to put on the book yeah the Arab Spring and the Syrian civil war and she recounts all the decisions making policy at the very highest levels and owns up role in the good and the bad in a new memoir tough love my story of things worth fighting for and she sat down with our wool to Isaac Center love and having read it until whether tough love comes from your upbringing was both loving and really tough let's start by asking she she gave me a journal and said I know you're talented not want you to write and I thought of all the people she would pick me and challenging crises the country has faced abroad Assad she's also had to endure history's harsh gaze into US decisions amid the Rwandan genocide had my name on a book and they thought maybe maybe somebody from the Ruth Graham demographic would by post mortem the answer is no never it made me think maybe there's something worth salvaging here and that is what I took away from that in the most important lesson you talk about putting a face on something is always pay attention to life arise is a former national security adviser and US ambassador to the United Nations she served to democratic presidents and helped shape American responses to some of the most rose ultimately to be governor of the Federal Reserve appointed by President Carter but his childhood and his upbringing was very difficult because for you if you touch even one life you've changed the world and we need to remember that too so that was the best thing I got out of ruth well launched a two nonfiction books one is on you and the others on Jack The ripper I said how did you feel about that she says well I think I drove you to murder anyway but you know it is kind of an confused with her at that time but the bigger thing was my name was already on the Ruth Graham biography had done as Patricia de Cornwell and so then they said well could we get the diesel we could make the rest of your name a little over time they would drop letters to make names bigger that kind of stuff but probably would have been initial SPEC then had I not already the most insidious form of southern bigotry and prejudice when World War broke out he was drafted and ended it's not only he lost his father when he was seven years old and that's sent their family into economic decline but he was really steeped in it's you she gave you your professional whether last year of her life last time I saw her in two thousand seven I I said to her you know only Egged on her years of service ambassador rice thanks for being with us it's great to be with you this startlingly honest book is called tough what's and didn't I didn't believe I was ever GonNa amount to anything in life and one day the phone rang and

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"Hey, DC right now at vision works all prescription. I wear every frame. Every brand is fifty percent off. Yup. A nifty fifty percent. Thanks to our friends and family event. What's even better? It applies to both glasses and sunglasses. That's right. At the vision works friends and family event. You can save fifty percent on all prescription eyewear. Why? Because we like you DC a lot vision works. We're here to help you some restrictions apply see store for details. Kashogi death. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute Turkey's president says the death of Saudi writer. Jamal kashogi at the Saudi consulate was not a momentary issue, but the results of a plant operation rosette Burda one demanded Saudi officials rec- reveal the identities of all involved in kashogi death regardless of rank. He did not mention Saudi's crown prince in the speech last night in Houston. President Trump's as Democrats are hurting the country by not changing immigration laws. They don't care that the mass illegal immigration will totally bankrupt our country because all the Democrats care about is regaining power, no matter how they have to go about doing it. The president spoke is a caravan of Central American migrants moved closer to the US game. One of the World Series tonight in Boston. The Red Sox in the l. a. dodgers tonight is the night the drawing for the record. One point, six billion dollar mega millions jackpot. I'm Ed Donahue. Hey, DC right now at vision works all prescription eyewear. Every frame. Every brand is fifty percent off. Yup. A nifty fifty percent. Thanks to our friends and family event. What's even better? It applies to both glasses and sunglasses. That's right. At the vision works friends and family event. You can save fifty percent on all prescription eyewear. Why? Because we like you DC a lot vision works where here to help you. Some restrictions apply see store for details.

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AP One Minute Headlines Oct 22 2018 12:00 (EDT)

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AP One Minute Headlines Oct 22 2018 12:00 (EDT)

"Find out the car, you ac- onto embroi- ally. Lag. We would. That in this, hey, we have been. We've. We've been Alexa play Arianna 'Grande. Okay. With Amazon music. A voice is all you need. Get tens of millions of songs, download the Amazon music app today. No terrorists. I'm Ben Thomas with an AP news minute, a leader of the migrants trying to make their way through Mexico to the US says, President Trump should stop accusing the caravan of harboring terrorists. He says, they're all from Honduras. El Salvador, Guatemala and Nicaragua President Trump says, US will begin cutting aid to those Central American nations. Turkish investigators continued to search for the body of Jamal kashogi, Saudi Arabia maintains the journalist was killed during a fistfight inside their consulate in Istanbul. Miss Mustafa Akyol at the Cato Institute says. And if you throw a story like this is obviously fake and no one's going to buy it unless they have a west of interest to by hurricane willa has grown into a category five storm as it sweeps toward Mexico's Pacific coast top Windsor hundred and sixty miles per hour could make landfall tomorrow mix day so far in Wall Street, losses in healthcare companies and banks are outweighing other gains. I'm Ben Thomas. Hey, covert listeners. There are some things that shouldn't stay top secret. Here's some new Intel that I can safely share with you. We have officially launched emerge store and it's live on audio, boom right now. So if you love covert and you wanna support it head over to audio, boom, dot com. Slash merch slash covert. You can buy all kinds of things with more being added all the time. Personally, I love the covert tote bags pretty slick. I it to carry my night vision goggles. Go check it out audio, boom, dot com. Slash merch slash, covert. Thanks for your support. Isn't that much? Is my left me no on stars who should owner start full? Tell me what you do to me. Confrontation nethon new TIMMY. You could bring a bullet brings us war, bring a more, but you came bring the trophy to me. Alexa play Kendrick, Lamar and scissor. Okay. With Amazon music avoi- says, all you need get tens of millions of songs, download the Amazon music app today.

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AP One Minute Headlines Oct 23 2018 18:00 (EDT)

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AP One Minute Headlines Oct 23 2018 18:00 (EDT)

"Entertainment design just for you, then checkout customizable streaming TV from finishing it makes your life simple easy. Awesome. Expended, he gives you customizable streaming TV options. Enjoy the most free shows anywhere on any device and even access your streaming apps right on your TV with x one. Go to spin dot com call one eight hundred spineta or visit a store today to learn more restrictions, apply. Trump and Saudis. I'm Tim Maguire than AP news minute. President Trump says the Saudi said to be involved in the killing of journalist, Jamal kashogi bungled the entire operation had a very bad original concept. It was carried out a poorly and the cover up was one of the worst in the history of coverups. Trump also says he's waiting for more facts on the investigation from US officials traveling in the region as for the migrant caravan of some seven thousand people. Now in southern Mexico Trump tells reporters at the White House. I'm not letting them in and coming in, right? They're not coming in. We're gonna do whatever. We have to not coming Trump administration sources, say top immigration officials and close Trump advisor still in meetings that have gotten increasingly heated in the past week, clothing. One that included a shouting match ministration efforts to enforce a hardline stance on immigration through regulation. Changes in executive orders have been largely throated by the courts and in the case of family separations, global outcry. I'm Tim Maguire from producer j.j Abrams lapses, p. Critics are calling overlord one hell of an entertaining ride. And now it's ninety three percent fresh on rotten tomatoes over Laura, and you are in theaters, November ninth directed by Julius Avery.

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AP One Minute Headlines Jan 03 2019 06:00 (EST)

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"I'm Rita Foley with an AP newsman at the new congress convenes today and Democrats who will control the house are promising to pass legislation today to reopen parts of the government that were shut down in that border. Wall battle with President Trump, but top Senate Republican Mitch McConnell says the plan the Democrats in the house are going to vote on won't work. It didn't comprehensive ignores the news of border security. It's exactly the counter proposal you'd expect if the incoming House Democrats are choosing to stage a political sideshow rather than doing the hard work of helping to govern the country eleven suspects accused in the killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal kashogi of had their first court appearance in Saudi Arabia. No details yet. A I in space. China has landed a spacecraft on the dark side of the moon and apple acknowledging the demand for iphones is waning confirming investor fears. I'm Rita Foley lay. You can watch months versus Liverpool a not for just tenure. So what's stopping you going shopping again, you're already on first name basis with the sales assistant a family party? You're unmarried senior four times this week already. This is a cracking fixture. Don't at anything get in your way to treat yourself to a no TVs sports day poss-. I'm watch the games that mattered to you for just ten euros. Search no TV football today. Content stream by internet full terms that no TV dot com. Space some regions vast and empty other areas we call closets. Fortunately, Kevin from the container store has answers. Right. Kevin. What gives you the power over space? I'd say alpha, customizable, closets with free, design and Elvis adjustable shelving. And drawers, I can create space in any size closet. Kevin master of space and closets or just Kevin. Plus, you can save thirty percent on alpha and professional installation at the container store where space comes from. Where's that coming from? Trout.

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Overtime - Episode #480: Eric Swalwell, Garry Kasparov, Van Jones, Steve Schmidt, Nancy MacLean

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03:30 min | 3 years ago

Overtime - Episode #480: Eric Swalwell, Garry Kasparov, Van Jones, Steve Schmidt, Nancy MacLean

"Welcome to an HBO podcast from the HBO latent series real time with Bill Maher. Okay. All right. We're back on the internet's. Let's go. Okay. Gary. What's the best way that America can harm Putin's interest? Yeah. How do we get him? How do we get on the offensive? Hey, you have sanctions, and you can tighten the news is sanctions have been biting. It's very important that congress will guaranteed at wait for Trump to leave them. Go green all his money comes from oil. We've got off the oil he starved, right? It's not that many ways because he depends very much on the outside world. And putting America shows is this political will to polls him also start supporting our NATO allies again right rather than drawn ourselves closer to Russians friends. Yep. Okay. So van Steve, do you think the media should change the way it covers President Trump? Yes. I got your boy back in the room. Now. Right Jim across and that's a very good thing. I think there's a lot of actually amazing good stuff happens in the country that we don't get a chance to talk about. Because you know, he just wakes up in the morning. Tweets out some crazy stuff and most of us up in the morning, pick up our phone, and then freak out the next eighteen hours and then go to bed. So I think if we could just give him a little bit less of the oxygen and give actual real people doing real stuff more time. It'd be better. That's not gonna that's not gonna happen because you're networking every network now has to report to the boardroom. They have to make a profit and profit means more I ball's and to get more eyeballs day. Do bullshit bullshit bullshit. She is on Trump's feed. And she taught me that people respond to remember he tried to knock off the critics, and he couldn't do it. The critics are brilliant. They revive your faith in the American people. They're hilarious. They're thoughtful. They're funny. They're on point. Although I'm not going to get the feet, but I'll take up learn from her. Okay, congressmens. Well, well, how should the incoming democratic majority and the house of respond to the CIA's conclusion at the Saudi Crown prince was responsible for the death of Jamal kashogi putting the foreign policy issues side give the family's remains back. I mean, the the president can insist you know, where the remains they deserve to have closure there. But then beyond that understanding the president's financial interests. And how it's driving foreign policy. We would never allow a an ally to kill a US resident working for a US publication at a NATO allies country. And so make sure that he stands up for US values. Okay. Gary how many moves would it? Take to be Trump in a game of chess. I feel insulted. I have I have not even worth that. It's my game because we play by the rules. You're not going on vacation. Realtime every Friday ninety two or watching anything. HBO on for more information. Log onto each dot com.

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AP One Minute Headlines Oct 17 2018 21:00 (EDT)

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"Find out the car, you ac- onto embroi- ally. Lag. We would. That in this, hey, we have been. We've. We've been Alexa play Arianna 'Grande. Okay. With Amazon music. A voice is all you need, get tens of millions of songs, download the Amazon music app today, a search and a home in Turkey. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. Turkish investigators have searched the home of the Saudi consul general in Istanbul. Looking for clues in the disappearance of Saudi writer, Jamal kashogi President Trump is asking to see evidence, Louisiana, Senator. John Kennedy says, it seems obvious the columnist was killed. I don't like the aliens abducted him. I don't think he failed for hole in the space time continuum. I think he's dead and I think the Saudis Kilty the search continues for a missing thirteen year old girl from Wisconsin. Her parents were killed early Monday and the girl vanished in sports. It was the dodgers with a five, two victory over the brewers putting l. a. just one win away from a return trip to the World Series. Yes. Crooner. Michael boob lay says, rumors of his retirement are false. He says a British paper, misunderstood what he said about his son's battle with cancer. I'm Jacky Quin. Choosing an energy company raises many questions who can make by lick trista natural gas, works smarter. Where can I find a company that's easy to do business with? Who knows the market best has options to fit my needs, the millions of homes and businesses. There is one answer constellation decades of market intelligence and proven solutions, commit trusty, energy leader, energy efficient, simple inciteful, and flexible. That's what makes constellation America's energy choice. Learn more constellation dot com slash energy.

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AP One Minute Headlines Oct 23 2018 11:00 (EDT)

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AP One Minute Headlines Oct 23 2018 11:00 (EDT)

"Investigations. I'm Ben Thomas with an AP news minute CIA director. Gina hospital is in Turkey to review the case of slain journalist, Jamal kashogi Turkey's president is calling it a savage murder plan by Saudi officials. Law enforcement officials says a bomb found outside of New York home on by liberal philanthropist. George Soros was no hoax. AP correspondent Julia Walker reports. The FBI is investigating employee found the device, took it to the woods and called police Soros frequently donates to liberal causes and his vilified on the right activists often host the addresses of his homes on social media. A caravan of Central American migrants has advanced about forty five miles into Mexico and grown to more than seven thousand Dunkin would at the Wilson center. They move in these large Tara, then they'll protect you not just from organized crime, very difficult for the authorities in Mexico South of. I'm Ben Thomas. Is maybe the night them, which is my let me know on stars full shoe. Honest full. Tell me what you do to me. Confrontation ain't nothing new. TIMMY, you could bring a bullet. Bring swore bring a more, but you can't bring the truth to me. Alexa, play Kendrick, Lamar and says, okay. Amazon music, avoid all you need, get tens of millions of songs, download the Amazon music app today.

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AP One Minute Headlines Oct 18 2018 14:00 (EDT)

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AP One Minute Headlines Oct 18 2018 14:00 (EDT)

"Federal investigation of Pennsylvania Catholic diocese. I'm Tim Maguire within AP news at a federal investigation has been opened into child sexual abuse inside the Catholic church in Pennsylvania to people with the investigations, have federal prosecutors have served subpoenas on diocese across the state, seeking sensitive files and testimony from church leaders. The action follows a state, grand jury report detailing, hundreds of allegations of children being sexually abused by priests. Pennsylvania's attorney, general concluded. No state charges could be filed because of legal time limits, secretary state, Mike Pompeo after briefing President Trump on his visits with Saudi Arabia's, King and crown prince and Turkey's president about the disappearance of Saudi writer. Jamal kashogi tells reporters, a hope is the investigation by both countries will fill in the blanks. Do believe that between these two efforts, a complete picture will emerge kashogi was last seen walking into Saudi consulate and Yvonne Bill. Earlier this month. I'm Tim Maguire. Hey, covert listeners. There are some things that shouldn't stay top secret. Here's some new Intel that I can safely share with you. We have officially launched emerge store and it's live on audio, boom right now. So if you love covert and you want to support it head over to audio, boom, dot com. Slash merch slash covert. You can buy all kinds of things with more being added all the time. Personally, I love the covert tote bags pretty slick. I use it to carry my night vision goggles. Go check it out audio, boom, dot com. Slash merch slash, covert. Thanks for your support.

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AP One Minute Headlines Nov 21 2018 11:00 (EST)

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01:45 min | 2 years ago

AP One Minute Headlines Nov 21 2018 11:00 (EST)

"Rainy wednesday. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute. It supposed to rain today. In northern California will help contain the massive wildfire that has killed at least eighty one people, but there are fears of Matz lights, people burned out of their homes in paradise, California. Like, Amanda shepherd are worry. It's freezing cold, and I don't wanna get soaking wet and hypothermia or something in New Jersey. The brother of the owner of a house that burned has been arrested for people died in that house. Paul Kenichiro was arrested for fire in his nearby home in New Jersey, President Trump today publicly thanked Saudi Arabia for plunging oil prices just a day after he was harshly criticized for deciding not to further punish Saudi Arabia for the killing of journalist Jamal kashogi the sheriff leading the state commission investigating Florida's high school massacre. Now says he believes trained volunteer teachers could have access to guns so they can stop shooters who get past other safeguards on campus. I may Donahue. Have you heard metro by t mobile now includes Amazon prime? Yes, enjoy the best of shopping and entertainment movies TV shows using free shipping and much more all included for just forty dollars per line for three lines all on the T mobile network. Discover the smarter way metro by t mobile that's genius one offer per account offers subject to change twelve ninety nine per month. Value offer valid for new Amazon prime members at your customers may notice reduce speeds versus some t mobile customers video at forty p capable device required. See store for details and terms and conditions.

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