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"james bowes" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"james bowes" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"We don't impose the same restrictions as do other mobile operating systems now. Here's here's his. Take away so it's strange. She said it's strange. That a group of state attorneys general chose to file a lawsuit attacking system that provides more openness now openness and choice than others this complaint mimics a similarly meritless lawsuit filed by the large app developer epic games which has benefited he said from androids openness by distributing its fortnight app who ever popular fortnight app outside of a google play. Now the state attorney general's lawsuit against google comes just a week after a federal judge in washington dismiss their antitrust lawsuit along with the federal trade commission against fellow tech giant facebook. You had us district judge james bowes berg ruling. The the party suit was quote legally insufficient close quote and doesn't provide enough proof that facebook is indeed running a monopoly monopoly. Google for its parts already facing a historic federal antitrust suit filed october as the department of justice is accusing it of stifling competition and harming consumers in online search and advertising in violation of antitrust laws then in december more than forty state attorneys general sued google claiming that the search giant has an illegal monopoly over the online search market by giving its own services and products preferential treatment hurting consumers and advertisers in the process. So in this latest lawsuit. The state attorneys general argue that google plays market. Share of the apps. Downloaded on google devices is more than ninety percent and that the company quote faces no credible threats close quote as it has taken steps to close the ecosystem from competition. I find this absolutely fascinating. Because the uproar and the caterwauling over a big tech and indeed. What appears to me again. I'm not an attorney. Don't play one on the air but it seems to me that Those big tech firms indeed do have a corner on the market. You have to wonder where this lawsuit is going to go. Because i have every indication it's going to drag on for years. How about nine. Seven zero three five three thirteen. Drop me a text on our thirteen ten k. App a text line..

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"james bowes" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"james bowes" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Brought to you by orkan pest control. Don't let bugs ruined. The moment organ. Home is where the bugs aren't facebook's surprise antitrust victory could inspire congress to overhaul the rules entirely by billy perico. Facebook won a major victory this week when a judge dismissed to lawsuits that argued. The social media giant was a monopoly but critics of big tack hoped. The rulings will be just the leverage. They need to update antitrust laws. That still have legal grounding in the effort to break up standard oil more than a century ago. Monday's ruling means that facebook for now at least is safe from being forced to spin out. It's what's app and instagram subsidiaries into separate businesses. Facebook stock market valuations surged to more than one trillion dollars for the first time ever as investors reacted to the news arise of nearly five percent but facebook is out of the woods yet. The court noted in its ruling that competition watchdog the federal trade commission. The ftc could refile an amended complaint with more evidence within thirty days and in washington. Bigger threats are brewing. I what did the ruling say the decision by the federal district court in washington. Dc was based on. Its finding that. The ftc had failed to make the case that facebook has a monopoly over the social network market. The ftc's complaint says almost nothing concrete on the key question of how much power facebook actually had and still has in a properly defined antitrust product market judge james bowes berg wrote in his ruling. It's almost as if the agency expects the court to simply nod to the conventional wisdom that facebook is monopolised. The court also dismissed separate lawsuit against facebook by forty eight state attorneys general who argue that facebook had engaged in a systematic strategy to eliminate threats to its monopoly by acquiring. What's app and instagram. We are pleased that today's decisions recognize the defects in the government's complaints against facebook. A company spokesperson said in a statement. We compete fairly every day to earn people's time and attention and will continue to deliver great products for the people and businesses that use our services. A new era for antitrust..

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"james bowes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"james bowes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"You're listening to those sports byline. Usa broadcast network usa radio news with lance dried. President trump on wednesday will travel to south texas. He's expected to report on the border wall and exposed the biden administration's border policy. Trump will be joined in the rio grande valley by texas governor. Greg abbott who has vowed to complete trump's wall along the texas line with state funds and private donations. Us district judge james. Bowes burke said monday that the federal trade commission's anti-trust complaint against the media giant. Facebook failed to show its monopoly effectively dismissing the doj lawsuit. Now doj can get a second chance with bows berg and appointee of president obama within thirty days condo owners in the south florida tower that collapsed last week. We're facing assessments. For millions of dollars worth of repairs with payments set. To begin this week champlain. Tower south condo association approved a fifteen million dollar assessment in april to complete repairs. Required under the county sporty recertification process. Usa radio news. If you're tired of the old cable news you now have a choice it's newsmax. Tv more than forty million. Americans are tuning in making newsmax. The fastest growing cable news channel in america. Every minute every day newsmax gives you the real news you can trust with top analysts hosts and guests like ben carson. Mike huckabee alan dershowitz dick morris. Nancy brinker mike. Reagan rudy giuliani. And so many more. It's easy to watch find newsmax on all major cable systems or get newsmax free on streaming platforms like roku zumo pluto youtube and most smart. Tv's like samsung plus and lg remember. Newsmax is different than most cable news. Networks you can get it for free on your smartphone. Download the newsmax app and start watching right now. Join the newsmax and get us everywhere online at newsmax dot com on your cable channel. You're smart tv and your smartphone. Because when news breaks you need a trusted source. It's newsmax asphalt buckled installation melted wires. How hot is it in the pacific. Northwest dan iraqi for the ohio. Usa radio news bureau explains several in the pacific northwest set. New record highs as the region bakes amid a severe heat wave seattle made into one hundred and seven degrees monday. Breaking the previous record of one zero four which was said on sunday portland oregon said a record for the third straight day reaching one hundred and fifteen degrees forecasters say a little relief is on the way for some areas as a dome of high pressure moves to the east taking the worst of the heat with it. Temperatures in seattle and portland should return to the eighties by wednesday mexican authorities on monday. Found a boy thought to be about two years old alone near an overcrowded truck. They've been carrying more than one hundred migrants in suffocating conditions wearing no shirt. The boy stood by himself. Surrounded by a handful of packaged snacks and half empty water bottles mexican authorities believe the boy is guatemalan. No plans have been announced by vice president kamala harris to end the humanitarian crisis at the border. Usa radio news. Hi this is. Dr joel and i want to tell you that. Arthritis agent egg thing. It's not a disease of aging. Neither is She prosise get hold of my book. It's all in your head. Goes into the twenty-five different diseases. Get when you have osteoporosis. Of the skull. He's all reversible. You take the healthy bone and joint. Pack amazon vitamin d three. Stay away from all the bad foods including putin and guess what you'll regrow all your bones including your skull in your legs and your hips and everything else. Contact us at usa. Radio health dot com. That's a radio. Health dot com this history flash sixteen. Thirteen the old plo. Peter burns down. The theater was located in southworth across the river. Thames from the city of london flash nineteen forty one one week. After launching a massive invasion of the ussr german division make staggering advances leningrad moscow and kiev flash nineteen seventy-two in furman versus georgia. The us supreme court rules by a vote of five to four bac capital punishment as it currently is employed on the state and federal level. His unconstitutional flash nineteen ninety-five. The american space shuttle. Atlantis docks with the russian mir station. The first thing has through the docking tube is a brand new. Pc computer flash nineteen sixty seven well. It wasn't pretty Call tree four people and in fact it was three six people in it and four dogs Run just did on into the back of this truck freight truck. It was no indication of trying to stop. The three people in the front will crushed and two little dogs with dead however the three children in a by some neural one seriously injured. Blonde bombshell celebrated actress. Jayne mansfield is killed instantly when the car in which he is writing strikes the rear of a trailer truck on us. Route ninety east of new orleans. Louisiana i'm lance pry and this is usa radio news. Now is a great time to replace your worn out windows during the renewal by anderson twenty five years savings event upgrade your today by four windows and get lift one free plus get twelve months with no interest no money down no payments call now yet four windows and get the fifth one free installation and warranty included renewal by anderson takes every cdc recommended safety precaution to protect your family for twenty five years. People have trusted us for their window. Replacement needs and you can too call now to learn about our by four. Get the fifth one free wanna replacement offer eight hundred four one three six nine nine two eight hundred four one three six nine nine two eight hundred four one three six nine nine two. That's eight hundred. Four one three sixty nine ninety two interested crews from data purchase but his way to pay in full within tall butts. We've adjusted our operations to serve you safely following all. Cdc guidelines visit.

"james bowes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"james bowes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"You're listening to those sports byline. Usa broadcast network usa radio news with lance dried. President trump on wednesday will travel to south texas. He's expected to report on the border wall and exposed the biden administration's border policy. Trump will be joined in the rio grande valley by texas governor. Greg abbott who has vowed to complete trump's wall along the texas line with state funds and private donations. Us district judge james. Bowes burke said monday that the federal trade commission's anti-trust complaint against the media giant. Facebook failed to show its monopoly effectively dismissing the doj lawsuit. Now doj can get a second chance with bows berg and appointee of president obama within thirty days condo owners in the south florida tower that collapsed last week. We're facing assessments. For millions of dollars worth of repairs with payments set. To begin this week champlain. Tower south condo association approved a fifteen million dollar assessment in april to complete repairs. Required under the county sporty recertification process. Usa radio news. If you're tired of the old cable news you now have a choice it's newsmax. Tv more than forty million. Americans are tuning in making newsmax. The fastest growing cable news channel in america. Every minute every day newsmax gives you the real news you can trust with top analysts hosts and guests like ben carson. Mike huckabee alan dershowitz dick morris. Nancy brinker mike. Reagan rudy giuliani. And so many more. It's easy to watch find newsmax on all major cable systems or get newsmax free on streaming platforms like roku zumo pluto youtube and most smart. Tv's like samsung plus and lg remember. Newsmax is different than most cable news. Networks you can get it for free on your smartphone. Download the newsmax app and start watching right now. Join the newsmax and get us everywhere online at newsmax dot com on your cable channel. You're smart tv and your smartphone. Because when news breaks you need a trusted source. It's newsmax asphalt buckled installation melted wires. How hot is it in the pacific. Northwest dan iraqi for the ohio. Usa radio news bureau explains several in the pacific northwest set. New record highs as the region bakes amid a severe heat wave seattle made into one hundred and seven degrees monday. Breaking the previous record of one zero four which was said on sunday portland oregon said a record for the third straight day reaching one hundred and fifteen degrees forecasters say a little relief is on the way for some areas as a dome of high pressure moves to the east taking the worst of the heat with it. Temperatures in seattle and portland should return to the eighties by wednesday mexican authorities on monday. Found a boy thought to be about two years old alone near an overcrowded truck. They've been carrying more than one hundred migrants in suffocating conditions wearing no shirt. The boy stood by himself. Surrounded by a handful of packaged snacks and half empty water bottles mexican authorities believe the boy is guatemalan. No plans have been announced by vice president kamala harris to end the humanitarian crisis at the border. Usa radio news. Hi this is. Dr joel and i want to tell you that. Arthritis agent egg thing. It's not a disease of aging. Neither is She prosise get hold of my book. It's all in your head. Goes into the twenty-five different diseases. Get when you have osteoporosis. Of the skull. He's all reversible. You take the healthy bone and joint. Pack amazon vitamin d three. Stay away from all the bad foods including putin and guess what you'll regrow all your bones including your skull in your legs and your hips and everything else. Contact us at usa. Radio health dot com. That's a radio. Health dot com this history flash sixteen. Thirteen the old plo. Peter burns down. The theater was located in southworth across the river. Thames from the city of london flash nineteen forty one one week. After launching a massive invasion of the ussr german division make staggering advances leningrad moscow and kiev flash nineteen seventy-two in furman versus georgia. The us supreme court rules by a vote of five to four bac capital punishment as it currently is employed on the state and federal level. His unconstitutional flash nineteen ninety-five. The american space shuttle. Atlantis docks with the russian mir station. The first thing has through the docking tube is a brand new. Pc computer flash nineteen sixty seven well. It wasn't pretty Call tree four people and in fact it was three six people in it and four dogs Run just did on into the back of this truck freight truck. It was no indication of trying to stop. The three people in the front will crushed and two little dogs with dead however the three children in a by some neural one seriously injured. Blonde bombshell celebrated actress. Jayne mansfield is killed instantly when the car in which he is writing strikes the rear of a trailer truck on us. Route ninety east of new orleans. Louisiana i'm lance pry and this is usa radio news. Now is a great time to replace your worn out windows during the renewal by anderson twenty five years savings event upgrade your today by four windows and get lift one free plus get twelve months with no interest no money down no payments call now yet four windows and get the fifth one free installation and warranty included renewal by anderson takes every cdc recommended safety precaution to protect your family for twenty five years. People have trusted us for their window. Replacement needs and you can too call now to learn about our by four. Get the fifth one free wanna replacement offer eight hundred four one three six nine nine two eight hundred four one three six nine nine two eight hundred four one three six nine nine two. That's eight hundred. Four one three sixty nine ninety two interested crews from data purchase but his way to pay in full within tall butts. We've adjusted our operations to serve you safely following all. Cdc guidelines visit.

"james bowes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"james bowes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"You're listening to those sports byline. Usa broadcast network usa radio news with lance dried. President trump on wednesday will travel to south texas. He's expected to report on the border wall and exposed the biden administration's border policy. Trump will be joined in the rio grande valley by texas governor. Greg abbott who has vowed to complete trump's wall along the texas line with state funds and private donations. Us district judge james. Bowes burke said monday that the federal trade commission's anti-trust complaint against the media giant. Facebook failed to show its monopoly effectively dismissing the doj lawsuit. Now doj can get a second chance with bows berg and appointee of president obama within thirty days condo owners in the south florida tower that collapsed last week. We're facing assessments. For millions of dollars worth of repairs with payments set. To begin this week champlain. Tower south condo association approved a fifteen million dollar assessment in april to complete repairs. Required under the county sporty recertification process. Usa radio news. If you're tired of the old cable news you now have a choice it's newsmax. Tv more than forty million. Americans are tuning in making newsmax. The fastest growing cable news channel in america. Every minute every day newsmax gives you the real news you can trust with top analysts hosts and guests like ben carson. Mike huckabee alan dershowitz dick morris. Nancy brinker mike. Reagan rudy giuliani. And so many more. It's easy to watch find newsmax on all major cable systems or get newsmax free on streaming platforms like roku zumo pluto youtube and most smart. Tv's like samsung plus and lg remember. Newsmax is different than most cable news. Networks you can get it for free on your smartphone. Download the newsmax app and start watching right now. Join the newsmax and get us everywhere online at newsmax dot com on your cable channel. You're smart tv and your smartphone. Because when news breaks you need a trusted source. It's newsmax asphalt buckled installation melted wires. How hot is it in the pacific. Northwest dan iraqi for the ohio. Usa radio news bureau explains several in the pacific northwest set. New record highs as the region bakes amid a severe heat wave seattle made into one hundred and seven degrees monday. Breaking the previous record of one zero four which was said on sunday portland oregon said a record for the third straight day reaching one hundred and fifteen degrees forecasters say a little relief is on the way for some areas as a dome of high pressure moves to the east taking the worst of the heat with it. Temperatures in seattle and portland should return to the eighties by wednesday mexican authorities on monday. Found a boy thought to be about two years old alone near an overcrowded truck. They've been carrying more than one hundred migrants in suffocating conditions wearing no shirt. The boy stood by himself. Surrounded by a handful of packaged snacks and half empty water bottles mexican authorities believe the boy is guatemalan. No plans have been announced by vice president kamala harris to end the humanitarian crisis at the border. Usa radio news. Hi this is. Dr joel and i want to tell you that. Arthritis agent egg thing. It's not a disease of aging. Neither is She prosise get hold of my book. It's all in your head. Goes into the twenty-five different diseases. Get when you have osteoporosis. Of the skull. He's all reversible. You take the healthy bone and joint. Pack amazon vitamin d three. Stay away from all the bad foods including putin and guess what you'll regrow all your bones including your skull in your legs and your hips and everything else. Contact us at usa. Radio health dot com. That's a radio. Health dot com this history flash sixteen. Thirteen the old plo. Peter burns down. The theater was located in southworth across the river. Thames from the city of london flash nineteen forty one one week. After launching a massive invasion of the ussr german division make staggering advances leningrad moscow and kiev flash nineteen seventy-two in furman versus georgia. The us supreme court rules by a vote of five to four bac capital punishment as it currently is employed on the state and federal level. His unconstitutional flash nineteen ninety-five. The american space shuttle. Atlantis docks with the russian mir station. The first thing has through the docking tube is a brand new. Pc computer flash nineteen sixty seven well. It wasn't pretty Call tree four people and in fact it was three six people in it and four dogs Run just did on into the back of this truck freight truck. It was no indication of trying to stop. The three people in the front will crushed and two little dogs with dead however the three children in a by some neural one seriously injured. Blonde bombshell celebrated actress. Jayne mansfield is killed instantly when the car in which he is writing strikes the rear of a trailer truck on us. Route ninety east of new orleans. Louisiana i'm lance pry and this is usa radio news. Now is a great time to replace your worn out windows during the renewal by anderson twenty five years savings event upgrade your today by four windows and get lift one free plus get twelve months with no interest no money down no payments call now yet four windows and get the fifth one free installation and warranty included renewal by anderson takes every cdc recommended safety precaution to protect your family for twenty five years. People have trusted us for their window. Replacement needs and you can too call now to learn about our by four. Get the fifth one free wanna replacement offer eight hundred four one three six nine nine two eight hundred four one three six nine nine two eight hundred four one three six nine nine two. That's eight hundred. Four one three sixty nine ninety two interested crews from data purchase but his way to pay in full within tall butts. We've adjusted our operations to serve you safely following all. Cdc guidelines visit.

"james bowes" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"james bowes" Discussed on Here & Now

"Is praising a decision by a federal judge to dismiss to antitrust lawsuits against the company the federal government and group of state's attorneys-general five suits last year. But the judge james bowes berg ruled in both cases that there was not enough evidence to support the claim that facebook has a monopoly in the social networking space. Cases are an example of just how difficult continues to be the limit the power of tech companies. So let's bring in christiane lima. He's a tech reporter at politico and we should also say that. Facebook is a financial support of npr christiana. Welcome thanks so much for having me so what happened in. Are you surprised that these two really big antitrust lawsuits came to an end within a matter of months of being filed rights. I mean it's certainly a major setback for regulators both at the federal level and at the state level. You know some of the federal regulators had suggested that these lawsuits could potentially face challenges in court. But this is certainly a big blow to efforts to break up these companies and address issues. That critics say have persisted for years about competition online. How did the federal trade commission and the states lose this case the judge say right so the lawsuits have been dismissed but they will have an opportunity to potentially refile within the next thirty days so that they could take but in terms of this particular defeat. The court ruled that you basically the regulators didn't do a good job of defining what the social media market is that Facebook allegedly monopolizes regulators had contended that facebook control sixty percent of the market share and the court basically said that they didn't see a clear definition of that. And that was a major roadblock for this advancing so as you say the judge will allow the ftc to refile. It's gotta bring more evidence and they've got to do so within a month The new chair of the ftc. Lena con has been a big critic of the tech industry. How aggressive do you think the agency will now be as it considers whether to keep fighting right so this will be the the first big test for Chair khan who as you mentioned has been a very outspoken critic of a lot of the industry giants in the tech sector. And i mean there's a couple of different ways that they could go they could seek to refile as as we talked about but also instead seek to pursue a case in their in house court at the federal trade commission so how con- decides to move ahead on this will. We'll tell us a lot about how she might proceed on potential other investigations and actions. We might see against the tech sector more. Broadly going forward right. You know congress is thinking about this what what's on the table there. Yes so just last week. The house judiciary passed a massive package of bills aimed at making it harder for.

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"james bowes" Discussed on Wall Street Breakfast

Wall Street Breakfast

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"james bowes" Discussed on Wall Street Breakfast

"Today antitrust dismissed for now reconsidering reflation and record heat leading. Today's news taking putting in a bid for facebook. You better have deep pockets like one. Trillion dollars deep. The social networking giant climbed above one trillion dollar valuation on monday as a federal judge took the company's side at an antitrust suit the dismissal marks a big blow to the state and federal movement against big tech. Which has cited alleged abuses in the corporate giant massive market power backdrop. The ftc sued the company. Last december along with attorneys general from forty eight states saying facebook implied a systematic strategy to eliminate threats to its monopoly. Those included the two thousand twelve in two thousand fourteen acquisitions of instagram. And what's up which mind you the ftc. Previously cleared the agency in states were seeking a forced divestiture of social services as well as other remedies judge james bowes. Berg dismissed the ftc's case. It's too vague. But gave the agency a chance to amend its complaint with more clarity. It has until july twenty ninth as for the states. The judge said the tax on facebook's acquisitions are barred by the doctrine of latches which preclude relief for those who sleep on their rights. He also ruled that. The state's challenge to facebook's policy a preventative interoperability with competing apps failed to state a claim under current antitrust law as there is nothing unlawful about having such a policy outlook. The antitrust efforts are not stopping there. The white house said to be developing an executive order that will ask government agencies to consider antitrust concerns in decision following news earlier this month of five bill package of bipartisan legislation seeking to rein in big tech last week new. Federal trade commission chairperson and big tech critic. Lena con also reportedly named three top staffers. Which are likely to get more aggressive on antitrust policy in other news big tech and growth stocks led the market higher on monday as the reflation trade took a backseat. Traders are now wondering if that will be the case forward after. The fed caught off guard two weeks ago when it projected rate.

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"james bowes" Discussed on Up First

Up First

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"james bowes" Discussed on Up First

"A federal judge dismissed to significant antitrust complaints against facebook. Yeah these suits were filed in december one by the federal government and one by around forty of the country's attorneys general. But this does not mean. The complaints against facebook are now over facebook. We should note is one of npr's financial sponsors but we cover them like any other company and npr tech correspondent shannon. Bond has been following this story. Good morning shannon. hi noel. What was facebook sued over. Well the federal trade commission and forty eight attorneys general had accused facebook of crushing. Its competition by buying up rivals like instagram and whatsapp and also suffocating. Other companies now facebook disputed these claims that said the government hasn't really shown in the illegal behavior in its case so it asked the court to throw these shoots out and yesterday. The judge largely agreed with the company and tossed these complaints. Why did the degree well. Facebook of course boasts more than two billion users around the world. It's the world's largest social network but judge james bowes berg he says. The ftc needs to show more evidence to back up. Its claim that facebook has a monopoly under the law. So he's given the ftc three days to file a new complaint addressing these concerns now when it came to the states case. The judge said their accusations about instagram. And what's up just came too late. These deals were made years ago. Facebook instagram and twenty twelve. What's up in two thousand fourteen now. People i talked to said that's actually kind of surprising because back at the time of deals were made the states did not take a look at whether they were good or bad and yet. Here's the judge saying it's now just too late to object. It's interesting so is facebook celebrating. Well it's definitely a temporary. Win spokesman says the company is pleased that the court recognized the quote defects in the government's cases. That says facebook competes fairly. Investors are also quite happy. The stock rose after the news. Facebook's market cap past one trillion dollars for the first time very few companies can claim that kind of size sure and so is the federal trade commission and a try again. Do you think the ftc and state agee's they say they're reviewing the judges opinions are weighing their options. I think we can expect the ftc to refile. We can also see appeals of this dismissal and the fcc is not going to back down it just got a new chairwoman lena con. She's an outspoken critic of big tech. I spoke to bilk vasek. He's former chair of the fcc. And he told me he sees two hats forward for the agency. one is. We're going to keep our foot on the accelerator. When it comes to bringing tough cases the second path is to go to the congress and say see. This is why you have to do your job to give better tools and indeed right now. The house judiciary did this big investigation into big tech and antitrust. It's now advancing. Bipartisan package of bills that seek to really rain in the power of big tech curb. What some of these companies can do and also beef up anti-monopoly enforcement at agencies including the ftc. And then you know just. Yesterday we heard from democrats as well as republicans on the committee making this case. They are putting out statements saying you know what happened here this dismissal. This difficulty in proving the case shows exactly why we need these kind of reforms. Npr tech correspondent.

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"james bowes" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"james bowes" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

"At click up dot com a federal. Judge dismissed two huge antitrust complaints against facebook. It's a big win for that company. These suits were filed back in december one by the federal government and one by most of the country's attorneys general but this does not mean facebook is out of the hot seat by any stretch of the imagination for more. We're joined by. Npr tech correspondent shannon bond. Just facebook is among npr's financial supporters. But we cover them like any other company shining mourning mourning rachel. These lawsuits were thrown out at a very early stage of the process. Right what happened right. Well the federal trade commission and these forty eight attorneys general. They had accused facebook of crushing. Its competition by buying up rivals like instagram and whatsapp and suffocating. Other companies by preventing them from accessing platform and data facebook disputed. these claims. it said the government hadn't shown any illegal behavior and it asked the court to throw these suits out and yesterday a judge largely agreed with the company and he tossed the complaints. So let's talk about that substance. The judge was wrong with these cases. Well of course you know. we know. Facebook boasts more than two billion users around the world. It's the largest social network but judge. James bowes burg says the ftc just needs to show more evidence to back up. Its claim that under the law facebook has a monopoly so he's given the ftc thirty days to file a new complaint addressing his concerns now when it came to the states case. The judge said their accusations about instagram. And whatsapp just came too late. These deals that were made years ago right. Facebook bought instagram in two thousand twelve. It bought whatsapp in two twenty fourteen. Now people i talked to said that was kind of surprising back the time these deals were made. The states didn't look at whether they were good or bad and yet now the saying it's too late to object. I i spoke to bill Vasic he's a former. Fdic chair and a law professor at george washington and he says these rulings show just how much of an uphill battle the government faces. You do not expect to get knocked out of the game in the very first inning and the judge has given them a very sobering reminder of how hard it will be to succeed with this kind of very difficult case so this is no doubt welcome news for facebook. What are they saying. Well it's yes. It's definitely a temporary reprieve. A spokesman says the company is pleased that the court recognized the quote defects in the government's case says facebook competes fairly investors. Were also happy. The stock rose after the news. So facebook's market cap has now passed one trillion dollars for the first time. Very few companies can claim that so if this is a temporary win What what's the government's next move will the ftc and the state attorneys general say. They're reviewing the judges opinions. They're weighing their options. I think we can expect them to refile this complaint. They may also appeal this dismissal. Certainly the ftc is not going to back down. Rachel just got a new chairwoman lena. Con she's an outspoken critic of big tack and kavazovic the former fdic chair. I spoke with me. He sees two paths forward for the agency. One is we're gonna keep our foot on the accelerator. When it comes to bringing tough cases the second path is to go to congress. Say see this is why you have to do your job to give us better tools and when it comes to congress right now. The house judiciary committee is advancing a bipartisan package of bills. They seek to rein in big tech curb. Some of what it can do. And also beef up anti-monopoly enforcement at agencies including the ftc and just yesterday we heard from democrats and republicans on the committee. They're making that case. they're saying. This is exactly why we need the kind of reforms. We are proposing here this dismissal itself. Npr tech correspondent shannon bond shannon. Thank you for.

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Army Corps Sees No Cause to Shut Dakota Pipeline During Review

Native America Calling

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Army Corps Sees No Cause to Shut Dakota Pipeline During Review

"The us army corps of engineers under the biden administration is not supporting the shutdown of the dakota access pipeline the core issued a permit for the pipeline during the trump administration and has been involved in a legal battle in district of columbia courts since then in a short report filed monday. The core told the dc district. It's conducting an environmental study and until it's completed. The agency has no findings to support the need. For a shutdown. The core reports the environmental steady will not be completed until march twenty twenty two until then it says the question of granting an injunction now rests in the sound discretion of the court judge james bowes berg ordered the pipeline to be shut down last summer but the dc court of appeals reverse. That order the appellate court ruled. Both berg had not made the necessary findings before issuing the injunction. The appellate court did find the chorus permit violated the national environmental policy act and sent the case back for further

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"james bowes" Discussed on Michigan Policast

Michigan Policast

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"james bowes" Discussed on Michigan Policast

"Cow account which is one of the funniest accounts on twitter. It wasn't just that there were other things too. He was always like how come when. I searched this. This is what comes up. Anybody who understood tech new. Those things were happening. There was no conspiracy. It's called an algorithm you know. I'm glad that they are finally in a position now with public backlash and i guess probably the transition administration where they're willing to enforce their terms of service and d platform this kind of speech and once again to those who say this is about first amendment rights being violated a reminder the first amendment says congress shall pass no law limiting the free speech. It says nothing about facebook or twitter or anybody else. Private companies can ban you from using their services or products. Just like a supermarket. If you're not wearing a mask don't shop in our store you do not have a right to go to kroger. You have to obey the rules. The kroger sets up to shop in kroger. And if they don't want you in there and they ask you to leave in your refused to leave your trespassing and the same goes for twitter and facebook. I pretty sure that the these right wing groups subscribe to the idea of communism bad free enterprise. Good well this is free enterprise folks like it or not. Yeah they really don't like it. Actually you know that at whole thing about These things can ban you like your comparison to a grocery store and not letting you in without a mass it's even more so with these platforms because you sign the terms of service. You say you agree so you go you enter into an agreement with the new pro even read that. Have you read your. I choose agreement lately. Nope i just assumed that if they do something i don't like i'm i'm done with them. I'm worried about my grandkids though. I get the feeling that apple may own my grandkids. I'm pretty sure go. They'll knows everything about me go. There's hardly do some mop up on all. The bogus claims by the way of election fraud continues in michigan still another loss for a lawsuit claiming fraud. It was a michigan lawsuit but it went down to washington. Dc where district court. Judge joe james bowes. Berg said a lawsuit filed in michigan which initially featured representative matt mattock. We were just talking about him. Along with representative dare grandin Wrestling a fundamental and obvious misreading of the constitution No need to get into the details. But i think now at this point the the record for lawsuits claiming election fraud is one win. Which was only about distancing for inspectors and sixty two losses and the judges who are writing these opinions republican appointees democratic appointees some of them trump appointees and. They're all saying the same thing it is all baloney also so in lansing we had a bomb threat at the capital The man who made the threat has been arrested. It was a fake one. There was no bomb but Gosh how how smart is that. We call it a fake bomb threat..

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"james bowes" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:45 min | 2 years ago

"james bowes" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now. Democracy now dot org. The quarantine report I'm amy. Goodman in New York with Juan Gonzalez Broadcasting from his home in New Brunswick new, Jersey High Juan. Hi, amy and welcome flow of our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world. Well we're going to turn out to our top story in a massive win for the Standing Rock Sioux. Tribe and indigenous organizers across the country, a federal judge has ordered the Dakota access pipeline shutdown and cold for it to be emptied of all oil in the next thirty days pending an environmental review US District Court Judge James. Bowes Berg issued the decision on Monday, saying the US Army Corps of Engineers violated environmental law when it granted a permit for the pipeline without an extensive environmental assessment that permit has now been revoked until an environmental review is conducted a process that could take years. Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Chairperson Mike Faith Cole the move historic and said in a statement quote. This pipeline should have never been built here. We told them that from the beginning he said the company energy transfer partners owns the pipeline and said in a statement Monday it will appeal the decision. Their CEO Kelsey Warren. Major supporter of president trump the Dakota access pipeline. Pipeline has been operating since thousand seventeen, carrying FRAC petroleum from the Bakken oil fields North Dakota through south, Dakota Iowa and Illinois for transfer to another pipeline to carry it onto the Gulf the Gulf coast, the Standing Rock Sioux called the pipeline. The black snake Monday's historic court order comes more than four years. The resistance at standing rock began in two thousand sixteen. Bringing tens of thousands of people to North Dakota to oppose the pipeline's construction on sacred lands democracy now was there on the ground, covering the struggle on September third, two thousand Sixteen Labor Day weekend the Dakota access, Pipeline Company unleashed dogs and pepper spray a native Americans seeking to protect their sacred tribal burial site from destruction. Guy? Own Glass just makes me in the face. These people are just. Album within these dogs and she that woman over there. She was charging A. Somebody right in the face. The John has blotted its nose in its mouth. Dog. Without Dog! I was like walking. Straight even without any warning. Look at this. Look at this get. To see the full report from two thousand sixteen, you can go to democracy now dot org, but for more on this historic court order we're joined by two guests. ladonna brave bull Allard is a member of the standing. Rock Sioux tribe and founder of Sacred Stone Camp and resistance to the Dakota access pipeline and Tara House is with us indigenous lawyer, activist and founder of the new collective. She's a Ojibway from Kuching first. First Nation. We welcome you both to democracy. Now we're GONNA I go to Ladonna. Brave Allard speaking to us from her home. right next to the cannonball river she on April, first announced in two thousand sixteen. She was opening her property to the resistance. Expecting may be some people might come soon. Tens of people hundreds of people and soon thousands of people leading to more resistance camps all over the area. LADONNA brave Allard. Can you share your response to judge Roseburg's ruling that at least for now the Dakota access pipeline must be shut down and emptied of all oil. You ever have the Tarim. A tree comes true. That is what it is. When I got up in the. and seeing that. I was overwhelmed Phil overwhelmed. If people could understand how much I love my home. How much I love my land, my river. It is the greatest thing in the world. I know going to be appeal. I know it's GonNa be a long journey, but we're here for the long journey. It is not about. Who's right or wrong? It's about how do we live in a future? And for me. Last year's been hard. So this has been a great blessing. Over thankful. For the judges for the Standing Rock Sioux tribe for the lawyers. And for every water checked, that stood up. On every frontline. Trivia Keyboard Warrior. For this port. Overwhelming. That's all I could say. Great thanks! We'll LADONNA brave. Bull alert like to ask you to take us back to your decision for years ago to to start the resistance camp, and did you expect that the struggle would be as long as it has been? Especially you being historian of of the standing rule of rock, Sioux, tribe and terms of. How this fits into the history of the of the fight of your people. So. I did not think that all of this. What transpired the way it is I had talked. Follow the law. The law says you protect sacred sites burial site your. She'll call through properties. You do an environmental assessment. Angie I s according to the law. And I just assumed that they were follow the law. And where this is the first Federal Agency Corporation that I worked with, but did not follow no law. And so it was kind of shocking for me. To be dealing with. US collection. Tara House operations. Your indigenous lawyer. You were just with Ladonna yesterday. and you're also dealing with Cova. which will talk about a minute North Dakota? It's soaring. But on this issue. Can you talk about what the ruling was based on the risk of contaminating the water? You're on the ground in two thousand sixteen also part of the resistance, the significance of what Bo's Berg has ruled. Yeah without. Giving away. Too much the reaction of the actual lawyers on his case I would say. Know it. To me, I see a very clear message. The fossil fuel industry that trying to show through permits against the will of the nations that are impacted is just not going to work.

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"james bowes" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:15 min | 2 years ago

"james bowes" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"From New York this is democracy now let us be a lesson to the fossil fuel industry. That consultation is not consent. That indigenous peoples will resist and are resisting all over the globe. That, this is a viper future for children's futures. Hope that energy transfer partners tells all of its fellow fossil fuel destroyers that they lost this massive by. A major victory for indigenous and environmental activists have federal judge has ordered the Dakota access pipeline be shutdown and emptied of all oil in the next thirty days pending environmental review, we'll speak to indigenous attorney. Tara Housego, and standing rock. Sioux, elder Ladonna, brave bolt our, who helped lead the resistance at Standing Rock, plus we look at Duke and Dominion Energy's decision to cancel plans to build the Atlantic. Coast pipeline after years of protests. Then we go inside the privately owned Otay. Mesa detention center in California to speak with a longtime US resident. She's help. Lead to hunger strikes to protest dire conditions on a deadly covid nineteen outbreak at the jail. And not unmitigated. Conditioning filter. Of Detainees in. A positive here no time. Anything communicate the situation. All that and more coming up. Welcome to democracy now. Democracy now dot org the quarantine report I mean he goodman and a major victory for the standing rock, Sioux tribe, indigenous and environmental activists everywhere, a judge has ordered the Dakota access pipeline to be shut down and emptied of all oil in the next thirty days pending an environmental review. US, district, Court Judge James Bowes. Berg said the US Army Corps of Engineers has violated environmental law when it granted a permit for the pipeline without an extensive environmental assessment fight to stop Dapo led by indigenous land defenders catalyzed a major. Major Grassroots Movement with the two thousand sixteen resistance at Standing Rock, watched by millions of people around the world will have more on the story after headlines in other pipeline news. The Supreme Court Monday ruled construction on the keystone. Excel pipeline much to remain on hold, while undergoes further regulation and a lengthy permitting process. The ruling was a win for environmental and indigenous activists who have long been fighting the project, however was tempered by the justices concurrently clearing the way for a number of other pipelines to move forward under a fast-track permitting process. Thousands of international students enrolled universities in the United States could face deportation if their school switch to online only courses in the fall due to the corona virus pandemic on Monday ice, immigration and Customs Enforcement issued guidance stating quote, active students currently in the United States enrolled in such programs must depart the country or take other measures such as transferring to a school with in-person instruction to remain in lawful status unquote, I also said US Customs and Border Protection will. Will Not permit students to enter the United States ice release the guidance just hours after Harvard University announced all classes will be online. Senator Elizabeth Warren slammed the move writing on twitter quote, kicking international students out of the US during a global pandemic, because they're colleges are moving classes online for physical distancing hurt students. It's senseless, cruel and xenophobic. She said the American Council on Education. Describe the ice guidance as quote. Horrifying, one million international students attend colleges and universities. Hospitals, some parts of Florida Texas Zone and California are running out of intensive care unit beds as corona virus cases continue to surge in Texas. The number of covid nineteen hospitalizations has quadrupled over the past month in Saint Petersburg Florida. Five hospitals have run out of intensive care unit beds in Miami. Indoor restaurants have been ordered to close again less than two months after being reopened nationwide, the toll from covid nineteen has topped one, hundred, thirty, thousand and Cova. Cases are rising in forty one states. At least fourteen states have reported single day highs in cases recently on Monday, the nation's top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Vouching warned the United States is still knee deep in the first wave of the pandemic. A series of circumstances associated with various states and cities, trying to open up in the sense of getting back to some form of normality has led to a situation where we now had record breaking cases two days ago, it was at fifty, seven, thousand, five hundred, so within a period of a week and a half. We've almost doubled the number of cases so in answer to your first question. We are still knee deep in the first wave of this Dr Found Faucher also said immunity provided by antibodies, maybe finite, and that protection from any potential vaccine might be short lived. The pandemic continues to hit communities of color. The hardest newly released federal data show African American and Latino next. People are nearly three times more likely to be infected and twice as likely to die from the virus, compared to their white neighbors in California. The top medical officer for the state prison system has been ousted following the death of six prisoners from covid nineteen at San. Quentin State Prison, where more than thirteen hundred prisoners have tested positive, meanwhile Atlanta mayor key chalance. Chalance bottoms has announced. She's tested positive for the virus as well as other members of her family, including her husband on the international front, the death toll in Brazil has topped sixty, five, thousand, the second highest in the world behind the United States on Monday Brazil's far-right president share. Bolsonaro was tested for cove nineteen after experiencing symptoms meanwhile in South Africa, the number of confirmed cases has topped two hundred thousand in other news from Africa. The World Health Organization warned Monday and additional five hundred thousand people could die from AIDS and related diseases in sub. Saharan Africa over the next two years due to interruption and services and treatment caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The World Health Organization said that shortage extends to scores of countries around the world under enormous pressure. The trump administration has finally begun releasing details, and who benefited from six hundred sixty billion dollar relief program that was supposed to help small businesses during the COVID nineteen pandemic recipients of funds from the paycheck protection program includes seven members of Congress or their spouses president trump's longtime. Longtime personal lawyer Mark Kasowitz Jared Kushner's family business, a Sushi restaurant at trump international hotel, the antitax activist Grover Norquist a number of private equity backed restaurant chains and shipping business owned by the family of Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao the wife of the Senate majority leader. Mitch McConnell for months Treasury, secretary, Steve Mnuchin oppose the release of these details claiming it was quote proprietary information. Anti.

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"james bowes" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

11:06 min | 2 years ago

"james bowes" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Hernandez and accused him of having ties as to drug traffickers the Honduran president's brother Tony Anandas is on trial in New York City on accusations of trafficking tons of cocaine through Honduras bound for the United States he's also accused of having personally accepted a million dollar bribe meant for president or Anandas from the notorious Mexican drug lord known as Chapo back in the United States the FBI has carried out thousands of unconstitutional warrantless searches of the national security agencies ask Computer Archives including the protected personal data of US citizens and residents that's according to a ruling last October by the secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court that was declassified this week in the partially redacted ruling Judge James Bowes Berg deter amend the FBI failed to meet minimum legal standards to protect people's Fourth Amendment Rights to privacy on one day alone in December a two thousand seventeen the FBI illegally queried the NSA's database nearly seven thousand times using people's social already numbers the United States has blacklisted twenty-eight Chinese companies government offices and security bureaus over their alleged role in China's mass imprisonment of Muslim leaguers and other minority groups and the far western region of Xinjiang the US Commerce Department said quote these and cities have been implicated in human rights violations and abuses and the implementation of China's campaign of repression mass arbitrary detention and ED technology surveillance unquote the move comes days before trade talks between the US and China and extinction the only in protests are continuing around the globe with nonviolent actions demanding urgent action on the climate crisis this morning protesters is blocked roads leading to London City Airport and held a sit in protest inside the terminal disrupting flights in central London hundreds of mothers with babies blocked traffic and Hilda nursing on Wednesday this is protesters Sally Davies what planet are they going to have go to democracy now dot org and those are some of the headlines this is democracy now democracy now dot Org the Warren Peace report I'm Amy Goodman and I mean she welcome to our listeners and viewers around the country and around the world Turkey has launched an aerial and ground assault on northern Syria targeting Kurdish controlled-areas the offensive began Wednesday just days after president trump ordered US troops to fall back from their positions on the Turkish Syrian border the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reports at least sixteen Kurds have been killed so far turkeys claiming the death toll is far higher some of the heaviest fighting getting has been in the Syrian town of Taleb Yod Turkish jets and artillery have reportedly hit at least eighty one targets east of the Euphrates River the trump administration has faced widespread criticism from both Republican and Democratic lawmakers for abandoning the stateless Kurds who'd help the US fight Isis Turkey is claiming the assault is needed to establish a quote safe zone in northern Syria where Turkey could relocate Syrian refugees who fled over the past eight years of fighting but the Kurds see the offensive as part of a decades long attack by Turkey to crush their attempts at greater autonomy fears also knowing that the Turkish assault could lead to the mass release of Isis fighters of until now the Kurds have been responsible for holding over ten thousand Isis fighters and their families in detention while president trump has claimed Turkey will take control of the makeshift jails there's growing concern many former Isis fighters we'll be able to escape during the Turkish assault at least one Kurdish prison has already been shelled the New York Times reporting the US military has moved as many as seven rural dozen Islamic state prisoners to more secure locations this includes two British members of Isis who are accused of beheading Western hostages including the journalist James Foley and Steven Satloff the Turkey assault is facing international condemnation the UN Security Council was expected to meet later today. The European Union has worn Turkeys hostilities would quote further undermined the stability of the whole region earlier today Turkish president rip type aired one has threatened to send millions of Syrian refugees to Europe if Turkey's assault is Chris sized a European Union. Pull yourself together I say it again if you try to label this operation as an Asian it's very simple we will open the gates and send three point six million refugees your way on Wednesday president trump described Turkeys assault as Adia but defended his decision to shift US troops away from the Syrian Turkish border here in New York protesters demonstrated on Wednesday in front of the offices of D Democrat Senator Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand in New York City demanding the US defend the Kurdish autonomous region known as Rhodesia this is them governor and assistant professor of sociology and Anthropology at Cuny the City University of New York Kurds have lost. Thousands tens of thousands of lives their homes their lands their agricultural production so all their livelihood in order to defeat is is so that the European and US citizens are comfortable in their homes and now they're once again paying with their lives for having protected our lives we're starting right now with two guests and London were joined by L. F. Sara Khan Kurdish women's movement activists she's an anthropologist at the London School of Economics in Brussels Belgium we're joined by air to rule Kirk Cha the honorary chair of the pro-kurdish People's Democratic Party known as the HD he he's a former member of parliament and Turkey we welcome you both to democracy how else Sarah come let's begin with you let's start at the beginning what we understand what you understand is happening on the ground now you have this conversation last son today between president trump and the Turkish precedent aired one and apparently trump tells him the US will pull oops back in northern Syria and aired one makes very clear he's going to attack this area with Turkish troops explain what has happened since I mean just to give it some context an this is not a new Development Air Dole has been trying to push for this for many months if not years and finally somehow through quite a mysterious cliff conversation trump agreed withdraw the few US soldiers that were position there and just to make clear that the US army the US trump himself the Syrian democratic says and Turkey were well aware that these troops still remained posted there essentially to act as human shields to stop a Turkish invasion now what we saw today was the beginning of this invasion the long promised invasion by Turkish President add-on and as many people have said as a consensus all around the world and with public opinion is the consequences of this are can be grave and will be great it's not only that it's a it's essentially threatening a Kurdish genocide it will it's not even just a possibility it will create and caused a resurgence of Isis it will add to the the national refugee crisis but also equally as importantly it will crush the democratic ecological women's liberationist experiment that has been happy Ming there as well as the Kurds fighting against isis but left the situation is quite extraordinary a US NATO ally Turkey is relentlessly attacking with us made arms and ammunition a US ally the SDF the Syrian democratic forces those who were also trained and armed by the US now what do you understand is happening today in these last two days what do we know about casualties both civilian a Kurdish civilian casualties as well as a casualties among the SDF though it's because the situation is unfolding so quickly it's quite difficult to get any precise figures at this moment but official figures that we've had in the last in the last twenty four hours the is that there's over ten civilians that have been killed says at least fifteen injured civilians and also CNN reporter Clerks Award was going through part of the region yesterday and reported quite horrific scenes of civilians killed but left on the left on the street because people can't get to them because the shelling is so intense and in terms of the SDF again they we don't we don't know the exact figures we know this clashes with as six coordinated attacks in six all areas of northern Syria and the Turkish army with its ally Jihadi forces don't seem to want to stop by any means I wanted to bring Aero Kirk into the conversation and get your response to what president trump is now just saying curtis forces have fought alongside the US against Isis for nearly half a decade Nearly eleven thousand fighters dead on Wednesday trump critic this is eight house during an event in the Roosevelt Room now the Kurds are fighting for the land just so you understand that fighting for the land and somebody wrote in a very very powerful today they didn't help us in the Second World War they didn't help us with Normandy as an example they mention names of different battles and he also Ed The Washington Post is reporting the US military has no plans.

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"james bowes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:33 min | 3 years ago

"james bowes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Made in California orange ornament throughout the world. Your health. Norma winds post the world, the lion, but your table is Roma wine made in California, Oregon, joy throughout the world. Roma by company? Fresno, California welcomes you get to this weekly out of such spent. From Hollywood Roma wines. Bring US stars miss Geraldine, FitzGerald and Mr Richard walk this. It's Gerald and Mr. wall with us lay in the unusual tale by the unusual James Thurber called a friend to Alexander. And now with James Bowes, bunion than strange story. And with fallen of rigid war as the man who was a friend Alexander and of Geraldine, FitzGerald as his wife best relates these events to us. We again hope to keep you in. Harry was a laughing happy, go lucky fellow before he began to have those dreams. I guess he was pretty much like, dozens of other man, go to work every morning. Settle down and solve chairs with the newspapers after dinner and like a weekend and the country now and then he was fond of easy living in good time, everyone else, he talked rationing tires and golf scores. Until until those nightmares began to play him at first, I was amused. I've been dreaming about Aaron Burr every night. What for how do I know what Aaron bird funny dreaming about nowadays?.

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"james bowes" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"james bowes" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Development of the seven thirty seven max jet by lobbying to reduce regulatory scrutiny while requiring is literally training for pilots as possible we'll have more on Boeing later in the broadcast. A federal judge has struck down rules and Kentucky and Arkansas requiring Medicaid recipients to work in order to receive healthcare into the federally funded program under the state's Medicaid work requirements, which were encouraged by the Trump administration all quote able bodied adults who get health insurance through the Affordable Care Act, Medicaid expansion are required to. Prove that they're working studying volunteering on Wednesday US district judge James Bowes. Berg ruled the requirements were arbitrary and capricious and said they exceeded Medicaid mission to provide health coverage to the needy. The ruling could affect six other states that impose similar rules in seven other states who've applied for Medicaid work requirements. At the US, Mexico border customs and border protection says it'll reassign hundreds of agents to the port of entry. Now Paso is the agency faces a surge of Central American migrants seeking asylum in the US the announcement came ac- BP confirmed that hundreds of migrant families, they confine them behind a chain link fence topped with razor wire in the parking lot of an Passo border patrol station. This is immigrant rights activists Christie Valez. Protest the conditions at the families are being.

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"james bowes" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"james bowes" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Option is over four hundred sixty five million dollars. President Trump is not yet ready to talk about pardons to people that were caught in these special counsel's investigation that topic came up during an interview with Fox News, Sean Hannity, but the president's spoke around the issue. Well, as I told you many many people were hurt incredibly hurt by this whole scam. Just a scam. Trump said lives were ruined because of the twenty two month probe. And now the public knows. There was no crime with the heart of it. Robert Muller's team returned thirty seven indictments and five convictions. Trump said he's happy that the investigation proved there was no collusion and no obstruction. Trump said the entire experience was terrible for the country. In that no future. President should have to go through this again. A federal judge in Washington DC is striking down Medicaid work rules in Arkansas and Kentucky the ruling on Wednesday by district judge James Bowes, Berg blocks the Trump administration's planned for some people on Medicaid to work to maintain benefits. It's the second time in nine months. The same judge has rejected Kentucky's program which has not yet gone into effect more than eighteen thousand people have lost coverage in Arkansas since the program started last summer in his decision. The judge said that the Trump administration failed to meet Medicaid subjective, providing health insurance to low income Americans and Facebook is banning white nationalism and white supremacy from their social media platforms. The company confirmed that move on Wednesday almost two weeks after man livestream twin attacks on mosques in New Zealand that left fifty people dead. Facebook says it's banning praise support and representation of white nationalism and separatism starting next week ban. Also includes Instagram which Facebook owns you're listening to the latest from NBC news. Radio. The head of the House Judiciary committee says attorney general William bar has agreed to testify about the final report on Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election. Brian shook reports democratic chairman Jerry Nadler didn't say when bar would go before the committee, Nadler said bar wouldn't commit to making the full report public. But reiterated that a public version of the report would be available in a matter of weeks, not months, Nadler and other top Democrats in the house wanted to report by April second, but bar said he wouldn't have it ready by then bar released a summary of special counsel, Robert Muller's final report Sunday, Brian shook NBC News Radio Boeing is getting closer to rolling out. A software upgrade that it hopes addresses the concerns, but at seven thirty seven max jets that have been grounded the upgrade would update the anti stall software that might have played a role in the deadly crashes of two planes. Boeing announced the news near its factory in Washington state where the jets are assembled. It also came as FAA officials were testifying before congress and just before bowing exempt. Were scheduled to meet with about two, hundred pilots and airline execs. Blowing did not provide a timetable for when the software would be ready. A federal judge is planning to hear oral arguments next week. In a case brought by the us securities and Exchange Commission against tesla founder, Elon Musk. Lisa Carter has more. The SEC claims must violated a settlement deal by not getting his social media post about tesla approved in advance. The hearing is scheduled for April fourth on February nineteenth musk tweeted that the electric car company was going to make a five hundred thousand cars in two thousand nineteen a few hours later, he followed up on Twitter by saying the company will deliver only four hundred thousand the lawsuit claims once again must publish inaccurate and material information about tesla musk says, the SEC's requests, a breach of his constitutional right to free speech. Lisa Carter NBC News Radio in a carjacking and shooting spree left. Two people dead and two injured in Seattle..

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"james bowes" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:56 min | 3 years ago

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"It's really an economy wide opportunity to think about turning carpet back into a value going carbon negative up next on climate one. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. President Trump is defending his administration's latest effort to eliminate the Affordable Care Act. Trump says deductibles and premiums are too high for people who don't qualify for subsidized healthcare. We're coming up with plans. We have a lawsuit right now going where phase one of the lawsuit terminates ObamaCare, essentially terminates ObamaCare, you know, that that's the Texas law suit. We think it'll be upheld that we think it'll do very well in this court, and if the supreme court rules that ObamaCare is out. We will have a plan that's far better that ObamaCare. Trump is not saying what the alternative healthcare plan would be and Democrats say the issue as a winning one for the twenty twenty elections for them the last effort to repeal ObamaCare failed in the Senate when Republicans controlled both houses of congress a federal. Judge in Washington is blocked Medicaid work requirements in two states, saying the programs undermined the mission of providing health care for the poor US district court judge James Bowes Burr calls Kentucky's, Medicaid, restrictions arbitrary and capricious, but he stopped short of deciding whether the issues of health care and work requirements should be linked work requirements are already in effect in Arkansas, but Kentucky's program has been on hold because of lawsuits. The acting head of the Federal Aviation Administration was grilled today. During a Senate hearing on how the agency might have missed problem suspected to have caused two Boeing seven thirty-seven max planes to crash in less than six months NPR's. Daniel Czeslaw reports that senators focused on a flight control system that is suspected of forcing the planes into a nosedive that pilots could not overcome commerce committee, chairman Ted Cruz asked FAA acting administrator. Daniel L, weather pilots knew about 'em when they trained on the differences between the Boeing max and its predecessor was there any information on the end Cass that was included in the short self administered. Online course, the pilots were required to go through. There was not specific specific instruction on the M cast to to my knowledge, US pilots have said they did not know of the caste system before the line aircrash or disable it crews says the two crashes have threatened trust in the US aviation industry and its regulators Danielle Chaz though NPR news Washington. A federal jury in San Francisco has a warded eighty million dollars to a California man, claiming he got cancer by using bear Agee's. We killer roundup they're which acquired Monsanto last year says it is disappointed by the verdict. Adding that it does not change the quote, weight of studies and regulators worldwide who say that it's herbicides are safe. Wall Street stocks close lower today with the Dow Jones industrials falling thirty two points. The NASDAQ composite index lost forty eight and the S and P five hundred thirteen this is NPR news. President Trump has posthumously awarded the nation's highest honor for valor to an army staff sergeant who was killed while shielding fellow troops. From a suicide bomber in Iraq. Details from NPR's David welna during his second tour duty in Iraq. Travis Atkins was securing a road outside Baghdad when he got out of his humvee and stopped a suspected insurgent. The man resisted the two tussled Atkins realized the suspect was wearing a suicide vest and had his finger on its trigger. Atkins bear hugged him from behind the bomb went off and Atkins died his body shielded three fellow soldiers from the blast his son. Trevor accepted the medal of honor from President Trump. He was eleven when his father died that something that's surreal. And I still I still haven't fully accepted it yet. The three soldiers whose lives at can save through his actions. Also, attended the ceremony along with his parents, David welna, NPR news, Washington. Head of the US armed forces in South Korea. Says there is little indication that North Korea is taking steps to denuclearize has promised. Army general Robert Abrams says the north continues to pose a threat by its arsenal of nuclear weapons and missiles these capabilities continued to hold the United States, South Korea and our regional allies at risk as such. I believe it is necessary to maintain a postured and ready force to deter any possible aggressive actions Abrahams. Also, telling the House Armed Services committee today that recent negotiations do seem to have reduced tensions on the Korean peninsula. I'm Shay Stevens. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the.

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