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"james flippant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:50 min | Last week

"james flippant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Bill Trapero Alexandria, Ocasio Cortez believes the answer to a surge of shootings in New York City. Is to build less gels. The New York City Democratic congresswoman called on Congress Thursday the earmarked 400 grand for programme that seeks to address gun violence through counseling and community outreach. It's a support communities not throw them away, she says, in order to reduce the number of people in jail and violent crimes. Overall, the answer is not to build more jails but to take care of people's mental health and overall health care. New York City police reported Shooting incidents were up 86% as of May. Both sides aren't budging in Florida's fight with the Centers for Disease Control over restarting the cruise industry, Lieutenant governor Jeanette Nunes says after this week's impasse, they're ready to go back in front of a judge. The CDC is requesting more time. I don't know what they need more time for they've already ruined hundreds of thousands of lives. With this moratorium, no sale order that they have in place. The state is arguing the federal government is overstepping its bounds. By telling operators to have 95% of its crew and passengers vaccinated to avoid test cruises. So far, no judge has not set a new hearing date. The invasion of the red eyed cicadas continues in parts of the U. S. And now the FDA is issuing warnings about eating them, James Flippant explains. While it's a sound of summer along the East Coast and in parts of the Midwest, cicadas clinging to trees and sending out the buzzing signals the females in order to reproduce, so as for the eating thing, they might not sound so appetizing, but apparently they're a great source of protein. But the FDA says, don't eat cicadas. Wheat, the agency said. There's a familial relation between cicadas, shrimp and lobsters. McDonald's chicken nuggets shaped like a popular video game character is going for big bucks recently, the McNugget resembling and among US character sold for just shy of $100,000 on eBay. I'm Bill Trapero. Now this Bloomberg Sports Update Yankees dropped the first game of the series to the Red Sox five to the final score. Game two is tonight with the 7 15 1st pitch in the Bronx. NBA Eastern Conference semifinals opens up tonight with the Nets and bucks. Meantime, Clippers extend their series with the Mavericks after 104 97 win. Kawai Leonard with 45 points for L. A The series now goes to Game seven in hockey. Islanders and Bruins take the ice tonight for Game four of the Stanley Cup playoffs. Boston won Game three and over time and leads the series two games to one. Elsewhere. Canadians top the Jets one Nothing Tyler to Foley, knocking in the lone goal of the game. Montreal leads the series two games to none in golf. Patrick Cantlie and Jon Rahm are tied on the leaderboard for the memorial tournament. Both golfers at eight under with Scottie Scheffler in third with six under tennis. French Open Serena Williams moves on After taking a third round match from Daniel Collins on Friday. She'll face Elena Robotic Ana in Sunday's fourth round third round of men's matches as Novak Djokovic taking on Ricardas Berankis and Rafael Nadal facing Cameron Norrie later this morning. The 153rd running of the Belmont Stakes is tonight. James Flipping has a preview and they're off the 1.5 mile race at the big sandy returns to its traditional spot in the racing calendar as the third leg of the Triple Crown. It was the first race run last year amid changes brought on by the pandemic. Of course, there will be no Triple Crown winner this year after Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit was disqualified for a failed drug test. The odds makers say the favorite to win the Belmont Stakes is a cult by the name of a central quality and Major League Baseball is giving away tickets to games to encourage Americans to get vaccinated against Covid 19. On Friday, the league announced its MLB vaccinate at the plate program. All.

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"james flippant" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 7 months ago

"james flippant" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Rolling them into city Hall. Like they're about to catch flights to the Bahamas. And that is what is happening at City Hall now, right across from City Hall, workers just wrapped up boarding up yet another building the Bank of America Building that was boarded up starting around 6 30. They repped up a boat. Oh, I would say about a half an hour ago. But you could still hear the sound of drills and stuff in the streets, which have now fallen to just simply a Simply a quiet Israel wait for these election results been reporting from Boston, Karen Regal W. B. Z Boston's NewsRadio in Boston, not the only secret she's keeping a tie on things in New York City. Police have been watching that city as well as Trump Tower during election night. Cities around the country, prepping for possible election related unrest. As darkness fell in New York City, things were largely quiet, some trump and bite and supporters shouting back and forth at each other outside Trump Tower in Manhattan. Plenty of businesses boarded up in anticipation. However, the NYPD did say they weren't anticipating a ton of activity in terms of unrest in places like Portland and Seattle spots are boarded up police, SWAT and National Guard members out in Philadelphia. Downtown Denver boarded up in anticipation of possible unrest and parts of Detroit. The trend noticeable here also boarded up, but really it was mostly uncertainty is the night rolled along? I'm James flippant, and we're watching the results. New YORK By the way, coming in a cz really no surprise in the Joe Biden category that has been called for Joe Biden. It's kind of quickly run you down. These are the states that Joe Biden is projected to win So far. Vermont, Virginia, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Maryland, Illinois, Delaware, New Mexico has mentioned New York President Trump Pretty much winning the state. See one in 2016, Kentucky, West Virginia, South Carolina, Indiana, Oklahoma, Tennessee. Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, North Dakota, South Dakota, South Carolina That is Wyoming, Louisiana and Nebraska. So we're keeping an eye on all of these numbers, and we get you an update now from ABC. Your.

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"james flippant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:11 min | 8 months ago

"james flippant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Take. This is Bloomberg Radio. Now, a global news update. Resident, Trump says Joe Biden would close down the US if he's elected president. It's a choice between a boom and a lock down tear him last night, I'd lock down the country. We're not lacking down anything. We're not. Speaking in Pensacola, Florida on Friday, Trump said He has much more knowledge of the Corona virus because he himself was infected. Only two states are now reporting fewer than 10,000 Corona virus cases. New Hampshire hit that grim milestone today and Wyoming did it yesterday. That leaves main with 6000 total infections and Vermont with 2000. This comes as the nation sets a new daily record of more than 81,000 cases. That's the most since the summer surge in July. The crew of a Navy plane is dead after it crashed in a small town in Alabama, the chief of Naval Air Training office tweeted. Two pilots were killed when the turboprop aircraft went down in Foley Friday evening. It caused the home to catch fire, but local first responders say no one was hurt on the ground. A federal judge is ordering the Postal Service to restore its high speed sorting machines. Tom Roberts fills us in the Postal Service has asked Judge Emmet Sullivan to clarify his ruling from last month, saying the machines have been dismantled and couldn't be put back together. Postmaster General Lose to Joy ordered the removal of the machines in June, the judge specifically cited processing mail in ballots in his ruling ordering all officers must comply with his order. Before Election Day. Several states have sued the Trump administration, claiming the orders to dismantle it. Mint was an effort to disrupt voting. The man who supplied weapons in California's 2015 terrorist attack will spend the next 20 years behind bars. Enrique Marquez Junior had pleaded guilty three years ago and was sentenced today. Prosecutors say he knew the terrorists he collaborated with wanted to go on a killing spree. 14 people were gunned down at an office Christmas party in San Bernardino. Oh by an employee and his wife. I'm Brian shook. Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie is continuing to urge the use of masks and sharing Maura about his stay in the hospital while battling Corona virus. James Flippant has more taking part in a live stream with Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, Christie urging people not to let their guard down. He believes it's because he took off his mask during debate prep with President Trump. Leading to a seven day stay at the I. C u in Morristown Medical behind two inch thick glass. You couldn't hear the nurses on the other side of the glass. They would hold up a White board. You're giving me instructions or ask any questions, and I had a white boards right back to them. He's done TV appearances and written several op EDS. Urging the use of masks If a NASA astronaut can cast her vote from space, it kind of kills the excuses. The rest of America has for not voting. Kate Rubins cast her ballot from the international space Station by filling out her ass. Absentee ballot and transmitting it. Congress made it legal to vote from the Isis in 1997. Her secure ballot was put together by the Harris County clerk's office in Texas and uplinked by Mission Control. New York City's taste of Times Square is coming back..

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"james flippant" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:58 min | 8 months ago

"james flippant" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And I aren't radio stations Way have 57 degrees. Clear Skies A 10 o'clock. Good evening. I'm Steve Greenfield Governor, Cuomo says New York has a sophisticated method behind their identification of covert 19 clusters, of course, due to the high amount of testing that's done every day, James flip, it explains. The governor says the state has so much testing data at its fingertips. It's like having the ability to look down from outer space and see a burning ember. About to start a fire and dry grass. It's actually a positive that we have that much data and that much science that you can track it to the block. In fact, Cuomo argues, other states wouldn't identify these types of clusters, which contained 26% of the state's population in Brooklyn, Queens, Rockland, Orange and Binghamton zones. Are geographically very small areas. James Flippant W. O R D A man is under arrest and charged with robbery following the death of an elderly Harlem street vendor. Police believe it was 40 year old Cornell Jackson of Queens who pushed 72 year old William, Welcome to the floor during a physical altercation outside of a deli after being accused of stealing a hat. From Welcome stand. It was Tuesday at about 4 P.m. near Frederick Douglass Boulevard and West 126th Street workers broke up the argument. The vendor did return to his stand, but about 20. Minutes later, he went into cardiac arrest, dying at a hospital. The FBI and state authorities say they stopped an alleged terror plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer 13 suspects were arrested, including seven alleged members of a right wing militia group, the alleged plot nightmarish earlier today, Attorney General Dana Nessel was joined by officials from the Department of Justice. And the FBI to announce state and federal charges against 13 members of two militia groups. We're preparing to kidnap and possibly kill me. The FBI and state police took.

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"james flippant" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:14 min | 9 months ago

"james flippant" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Actually think that that 1st 25 minutes Was where he won the Telemundo poll that was released this morning. I don't know if you saw it. But the very not necessarily conservative audience of Telemundo said that the president won 67 to 33% last night, and it was an overwhelming decided this decisive victory for him in that poll, and I think part of what happened. Wass, if you if you understood body language, and you saw what was going on, Trump was not willing to concede any territory from the get go. And he really was the Alfa male that everybody else in the room was responding to and it was so weird that that that I had just been listening, Tio Bill Bennett on my drive over to the set. Hey, had appeared on. I think it was Fox News Channel. Last night. I had the audio going in my car, and he did this really brief, concise thumbnail sketch of strength in the presidency and how people view Strong president's versus week presidents and what they're looking for, and you could not have had in some ways a more chaotic 1st 25 minutes of the debate, but Trump clearly said You're not going to steamroll me. You will. You will. Let me say what I need to say. And on some level it turned into a one on to that he was at times winning. So you're talking about Ah, pretty strict tone. That was that was set out from the beginning, but it was really a price fight. It was it was back and forth. Biden lost his cool told him to shut up man, which, of course, the far left said All this was great. This was awesome, but Trump did some strategic things. Twice during the debate last night, he said, Joe, you just lost the left. And those it was important. Not that not that the majority of orders we're going to notice that he said that, but it was what he said it about. And it was what Biden had just admitted to. Now. If Chris Wallace had been the Chris Wallace of 2016. He actually would have called Joe Biden not a bunch of this stuff, but I'm going through this morning and finding a place after a place where the information was freely available. He should have had some sort of push back on Biden, particularly on the the green new Deal. I don't support the green new deal, His website says that he supports the green new deal and that it's actually the critical piece of his Ah, not just environmental policy. But his economic recovery plan like it's in clear print. Central to the Biden plan is the green new deal. Of course, you don't want to deal with it in person's $4.3 trillion, and he didn't have an answer to that. But I think here's how the scope of the debate win. So you had that first boxing match for 25 minutes. Then you had a section that was actually on extended section in which Trump dominated. In a in a non confrontational way. He just very much one about business, saying this is what we've done. This is why we deserve to be reelected. Here's all the success we've had on the economy. Ah, etcetera, and he had a number of issues in that long section. They had a little bit more of that kind of back and forth. And then the moment that they said the words climate change, and I I wish I had been rolling on my iPhone in the room we were at so where we were broadcasting last night we had A live audience with us. In fact, I think we had a CZ many people in our facility as the as they did in the debate facility because we have slightly more than 100. I think they're 100 seats in the debate. But everybody was riveted through that first two sections of the debate and the moment it was like he couldn't even get the juice of the climate change. Out of his mouth, and everybody in the room went back to eating, ordering drinks talking to their neighbor. It was like they were so checked out a TTE that point and they didn't really come back even for the closing statements. It was really remarkable to see how it played to a live audience where I was in the back of the room just watching, but it was. That's kind of how I feel like the pace of the debate went You had this kind of really confrontational opening round, And then he had a big section where Trump did really well kind of laid the groundwork for why should be elected on then, and then they went into this other stuff that some people care about Some people don't Of course the media is going to say. Joe Biden won, but all he had to do to win was stand upright for 90 minutes and basically not make AH, terrific Gaff, which he truly didn't so at the end of the day. Competency of being ableto not wet himself was basically all they needed to do, and that's what he did. I thought they were a couple of times that he almost tripped and then Trump came in and rescued him in a way by cutting him off when he should just let him go when he would've tripped. We're going right back to the Eric Metaxas show with Kevin McCullough right after this. Use passion. This is am 97 the answer. It's mostly clear. 64 degrees. What's going on? We have the answer. In New York City authorities stepping up their response has covert 19 case numbers are continuing to go up in six of the eight neighborhoods identified his areas of concern. James Flippant has more Blasio says. 400 cops 300 members of the contact trace for in all upwards of 1006.

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"james flippant" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:38 min | 9 months ago

"james flippant" Discussed on 710 WOR

"We have 70 degrees at four o'clock. Good morning. I'm Steve Green Field. It was loud and at times chaotic Tuesday night is President Trump and Joe Biden faced off in the first of their three presidential debates. ABC political analyst Matthew Down gives his thought on how it went. I actually think there was a winner and that winner was Joe Biden. Because if you're president of states and you're the incumbent You have to convince people that everything's good in America and put me through another four years of this ABC News contributor Chris Christie, who help the president prepare added on the Trump side was too hot, You know, Listen, you come in and decide you want to be aggressive, and I think that was the right thing to be aggressive. But that was too hot. Also making headlines this morning a pair of deaths from the music world to report country legend Mac Davis has passed following heart surgery and the Australian native known for I Am Woman, Angie, Baby, and much more has departed. Both singers were 17. Teachers old New York City's restaurants are opening the dining rooms today. Indoor CD has been banned across the five boroughs since the middle of March because of the pandemic. Still, an outdoor dining is becoming a permanent fixture to help offset economic losses. While eating indoors is camped. A 25% patrons are expected to follow strict Corona virus protocols, including the leaving of contact information and having their temperature checked when they arrive, Governor Cuomo was blaming local authorities for failing to contain covert 19 clusters. He says that reopening Rollbacks could soon be on the table. James Flippant has more identifying 20 zip codes across Brooklyn, Rockland and Orange counties were on average 5% of tests come back positive, and that's five times greater than the statewide rate. There were pictures of people violating compliance and not wearing masks. Now you have a cluster. If you do not now control and attack the cluster. You have community spread, he says. Mask wearing is a non negotiable law, but adds he's not slowing down re opening. Yet if the local governments do not do the compliance and attack the clusters, you will be there in the short term future. James Flippen w O R News Jamie Cockney barrettes as the president offered her the Supreme Court nomination just three days after the death of Ruth Bader Ginsberg. She said she was contacted about the vacancy on September 9th and according to a question They're the Barrett submitted to Congress. President Trump announced his choice in a Rose Garden ceremony over the weekend. The news is sponsored by on bound out order. Right now, there are young people across the world facing a tough choice, continue their dream of education or drop out to help their family put food on the table. You can help change your future in a single moment. See how far your support can go and unbound out or GE Sports and you were the channel forecaster Coming up next W. O R News..

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"james flippant" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:55 min | 9 months ago

"james flippant" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Way have 74 degrees and cloudy skies at four o'clock. Good morning. I'm Steve Green Field. Today, The Nation marks the 19th anniversary of 9 11. There will be two main ceremonies and lower Manhattan and the head of the tunnel to Towers Foundation. Frank Siller says the organization will hold the ceremony after the 9 11 memorial had decided it would not read the names of victims because of Corona virus concerns. You owe it to them to make Sure that we never forget and do it in a proper way, And it's ridiculous to say that you couldn't do it in a safe way, because we're doing it in a Safeway vice president. Pence will be at the foundation ceremony, which is happening blocks away from the 9 11 Memorial and Museum. The 9 11 memorial will play a recording of names from past ceremonies. Both events will have bells and moments of silence will be held around the same time face covering social distancing and other Corona virus related protocols will all be in place. Officials are investigating. Power outage that's affecting more than 3800 customers in the Bronx. Conrad says. The lights went out at around eight PM the F D. N Y responded to the reports of a wire, sparking an East Chester Road and eased Gun Hill Road. It all started with a transformer likely exploding. They hope to have the power restored soon. Century 21 stores are bargain Hunters paradise in New York for close to 60 years, is closing all of its locations, including its flagship in Lower Manhattan, James Flippant as more century 21. It's founding dates back to 1961. When the original store was opened in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. They're lower Manhattan flagship, was an emotional flashpoint during the September 11th attacks. Now, owners say they filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy with plans to shutter all of their locations in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Florida. Reportedly, They cite the failure of their insurance providers to pay out millions through a policy set up to cover business interruptions such as a pandemic. The plan is to immediately begin going out of business sales at all their stores. James Flippen. W O R new health officials says people who partied over Labor Day weekend need to get tested for Corona virus. Dr. Deborah Burkes reports that even if people gathered with family or close friends, it's important to take the tense because it's possible to catch and spread the illness without knowing it. She has folks to be smart when they socialize and talking about health. Joe Biden isn't going to hold anything back about his mark Mayfield reports. Speaking to CNN, the Democratic nominee insisted he'll be totally transparent about all aspects of his Elf if he moves into the White House, he cited his time as vice president and how his health records were out there for everybody to see. Biden also took jams that President Trump was often referred to him. As sleepy general, Biden said, compare the two of them and then asked who seems to be in shape. Mark Mayfield, NBC News Reading The News is sponsored by Unbound at Ord. Right now, there are young people across the world facing a tough choice, continue their dream of education or dropped out to help their family put food on the table. You could help change your future in a single moment. See how far.

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"james flippant" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:14 min | 9 months ago

"james flippant" Discussed on 710 WOR

"O R and I aren't radio stations. And we've got 81 degrees at two o'clock afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. The MTR getting serious about wearing masks when you're on their trains and buses here is empty a chairman Pat for the governor's direction. On Monday, the will file a rule on an emergency basis with the New York secretary of state. That way. We'll provide for a $50 fine for not for failure to comply with the mass directive on subways, buses worn out rail road and metre nor if always says about 90% of passengers are already masking up murder. Blasio says his indoor dining comes back on line at the end of the month. Official eyes will be closely watching the city infection rate to make sure it stays below 2%. Well, the mayor says. There's no hard rule with state guidance on pausing indoor dining. If the Corona virus infection rate goes up, it was As acknowledgment of an infection rate between two and 3% triggers reevaluation of the whole situation, but the mayor feels at that rate hits. Just 2% indoor dining should be halted because if we're already at 2%, it means something's moving in the wrong direction. And we need to take quick measures to stop that from growing well, right now, the infection rate is roughly 1%. I'm Scott Pringle. W o r D of the state wide infection rate has also been hovering at just below. 1% Long Island High School student who is suspended for going to school yesterday, has been arrested for trying again today. 17 year old Maverick Stow A senior at Mastic Beach is William Floyd High School. Was first to spend it on Tuesday for showing up attending in person class. It wasn't his turn to be there under the blended learning approach, and he was suspended at the end of the day, reportedly still thinks online learning is ineffective, and he feels strongly he needs toe physically be in class. So then stow showed up. Once again. His teacher called the principal, and eventually he was taken away to the precinct by responding officers. James Flippant W. O. R NEWS, New York based retailer Century 21 is filing for bankruptcy. The company announced today that it will be closing all 13 of its stores century 21, just the latest in a string of Corona virus cause closures. Jobless claims are holding steady 884,000 people applied for unemployment benefits last week, the 25th straight week of historically high jobless claims. The Labor Department report also shows nearly 30 million Americans are currently receiving unemployment benefits. Layoffs persist across a number of industries has firms, exhaust government loans and extra help for unemployed consumers lapsed. Airlines and oil companies have been among the latest to announced job cuts. That's correspondent Aaron Carter Ski The NFL season opens tonight in Kansas City, and there will be some fans in the stands for the Texans chief season opener 16 to 17,000 fans will be allowed into Arrowhead Stadium. Those seats will be socially distance. Even parking socially distanced in the lot masks will be required. Fans can on ly use credit cards to make purchases inside of the stadium. Doctor Rex Archer, director of the Kansas City Health Department, says being in an open aired stadium will help certainly safer than going to a bar to watch the game or having You know, doesn't friends over players are being tested daily for covert 19? Ryan Burrow, ABC News.

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"james flippant" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:14 min | 10 months ago

"james flippant" Discussed on 710 WOR

"We have 76 degrees. Cloudy skies at 11 o'clock. Good evening. I'm Steve Greenfield. The 9 11 Memorial and museum is announcing that the tribute in Light, which commemorates the victims of the 2001 terrorist attacks will not take place this year. Citing Corona virus concerns, the organization explains. The event requires a large crew next year will mark the 20th anniversary of the plane's taking down the twin towers. Federal prosecutors say they have no sympathy for Jeffrey Epstein's former companion, Gaily Maxwell. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski explains that Maxwell complained about being held in solitary confinement, saying she's only being treated like she's suicidal because of her association with Jeffrey Epstein, federal prosecutor said the judge should deny her request to be moved. To the general jail population, they said, or complaints about being treated worse than other inmates are incorrect, and they said it's entirely appropriate for Maxwell to be monitored since she's never been imprisoned and faces the strong likelihood of serving many years. Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to enabling Epstein's alleged sex trafficking of minors. Aaron Carter SKI ABC News New York of Rocks Man is facing murder charges in connection with the alleged stabbing and burning of his younger sister's boyfriend, proving fatal Come, say 20 year to year older known as pretentious, was waiting for 18 year old Winston Ortiz on the fifth floor of a high bridge apartment building as we reported yesterday afternoon when it happened, But dances is accused of stabbing Artie's three times in pouring gasoline over him and tossing down a lit match. Reports indicate that Betances 15 year old sister had been dating Ortiz. And that age was responsible for the rift. Patterson schools, reversing course in New Jersey and will now go all remote learning at the start of the school year. James Flippant with more students won't be physically going to class and Patterson until at least November 1st. At that point, officials will evaluate whether or not a hybrid model can be used, also called blended learning. That would involve online class part of the time and in person instruction on some days. But Patterson for now will be all virtual officials saying they based the decision on a rising number of Corona virus cases, duty in person gatherings as well as teachers who say they don't feel safe and students who have complained about using face coverings. James Flippen W O R New Michael Cohen is releasing a book in which he accuses President Trump of working with Russia during the 2016 election. The commander achieves former lawyer says the Trump cheated in the election with Russia's help. While Cohen says that there was collusion with the rushes Russians, he says it wasn't in the sophisticated way that his opponents claim. Trump has repeatedly denied any collusion with Russia. President. Meanwhile, planning to accept the Republican nomination from the White House lawn, Brian shook reports The New York Post reports. The socially distant speech will be made in front of supporters during the GOP national convention. Gettysburg was also an option. But Trump said he will visit his second choice. At a later date. The first indication of a possible White House speech drew criticism from Democrats. A four day event will begin on August 24th. Brian Shook NBC News radio male only military draft is sticking around. A federal appeals court ruled its constitutional toe on Ly require men to sign up for the draft when they turn 18 the panel side.

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"james flippant" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:49 min | 11 months ago

"james flippant" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Voice of New York and I heart radio stations Way have 83 degrees. Mostly cloudy skies at midnight. Good morning. I'm Steve Green Field of Fire broke out at JFK Airport in about 8 30 PM. Authorities believe it began on the second floor of building 49. Fortunately, no injuries were reported. Supermarket chain Wegmans is recalling certain produce due to a possible listeria contamination. Specific types of lemons and oranges are included. Along with prepared foods that use those products as a garnish. Ah, fullest. It's available at the store's website, and if you bring it back, a full refund will be issued. Governor Cuomo threatening the state's utility companies with laws of their charter license following the aftermath of Tropical storm is a yes, James Flippant files this report. Governor Cuomo says he's not bluffing when calling out specifically PS CNG in Con Ed, adding power outages are to be expected while also categorizing their response. Con Ed and P s I n G. Did a lousy job. It's a technical term lousy job. After some dealt with their weeklong outages, he says residents have reached a breaking point, especially in places like NASA accounting. If you're not serving the people of the state, they give you a license. If you don't provide the service, they will revoke the license. James Phillip in W. R News. Governor Cuomo is threatening the state's utility companies as we mentioned that, on top of that, making headlines, a secret service officer. Got an injured a suspect near the White House Monday. Secret Service chief Tom Sullivan says the incident took place on the street outside of the White House perimeter suspect approached the officer. I told the officer he had a weapon. The suspect then turned around, ran aggressively towards the officer and in a drawing motion with you an object from his clothing chief, Sullivan said. The 51 year old suspect was shot in.

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"james flippant" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:43 min | 11 months ago

"james flippant" Discussed on 710 WOR

"A thunderstorm at two o'clock. Good morning. I'm Steve Greenfield Governor Cuomo, forecasting that the economic outlook for New York City remains murky both during and after the covert 19 pandemic. James flippant, explain Governor Cuomo says. If you look around the streets of Manhattan, the story is pretty clear. There's less people in the city. Especially in the typically bustling with workers section of, say, midtown Manhattan. You had many people leave from covert people had the resources people who had the second House, he says. Employees and businesses have started to adopt a new style of working all while gun violence surges and fears over the virus continued to exist. It's going to take an affirmative effort. I don't believe it's going to be enough to just sit back and wait. I think if we just sit back and wait, we won't like the outcome. James Flippen Wooo aren't of the chief medical examiner confirms that TV icon Regis Philbin died of a heart attack. Philbin had a history of heart disease and underwent an angioplasty in the 19 nineties as well as triple bypass surgery in 2007. Was 88 years old and is survived by his wife, Joy. And their daughters, Jennifer and Joanna. A number of teachers in Jersey City may not be back next month because of Corona virus related concerns. Scott Pringle reports, according to a survey taken among teachers at one of New Jersey's largest school district's more than 200 teachers, or about 13% of those who responded to the survey say they may not be back to the classrooms in September in Jersey City, the deputy superintendent tells NJ dot com It is a concern and it's a moving situation in regards to the education plan to start the school year. I'm scout Pringle, double the O. R Do. Prosecutors have declined to charge the Ferguson police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown six years ago. ST. Louis County Prosecuting attorney Wesley Bell, explain that, after re examining evidence, along with witness statements and forensic reports, his office couldn't prove that Darren Wilson committed the murder or manslaughter. Wilson was cleared by a federal investigation and the grand jury. Brown's death led to protests, which helped spark the black lives matter Movement President Trump last night, repeating his warning that mail in ballots will, in his words, rig the presidential election, and he says he's fighting to stop them. Maybe sees Andi Field with details from our Washington bureau. The president increasingly alone in warning of mail in ballot fraud, even suggested delaying the election. We're asking for a lot of trouble. And no. Do I want to see a day change? No, but I don't want to see a crooked election. This election will be the most rigged election in history. Many states have successfully offered mail in ballots for years. The military has used them all the way back to the Civil War and the field. ABC NEWS Washington The news is sponsored by unbound out toward right now, there are young people across the world facing a tough choice, continue.

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New York workers return as city enters phase two of reopening

Sean Hannity

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

New York workers return as city enters phase two of reopening

"McKinney merited Lazio says there are signs that people are becoming more comfortable returning to work as New York City enters phase two re opening today the mayor pointing to last week's over twenty five percent increase in ridership on subways buses and the Staten Island ferry as a sign things are returning to form phase one was a big deal but phase two is really at giant step for this city the Blasi keying in specifically on outdoor dining is returned saying restaurants are so key to the city's identity barber shops and hair salons re opening restaurants of course so much going on that really really will help us James flippant W. O.

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"james flippant" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"james flippant" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Cell whether the self radicalized individuals acting as a lone wolf federal investigators have not disclosed any motive behind the attack the house Judiciary Committee is out with its report explaining the constitutional grounds for president trump's impeachment it's the next step after house speaker Nancy Pelosi announced this week the house would be drafting formal articles of impeachment the release of the fifty five page report today comes ahead of Monday's hearings and American college students now in Germany for a medical check up after a prisoner swap with around Princeton University grad students a he Awang had been held in Iran for three years for allegedly being a spy along with confirming wings released today president trump also thank the Swiss government for their help in negotiating with around the US released an Iranian scientist who was taken into federal custody in Chicago last year the nation is quietly marking the seventieth anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii a series of events is taking place to honor the twenty three hundred Americans killed in the surprise attack you're listening to the latest from NBC news radio a former staff member at Alex Jones infowars is admitting to making up stories about the threat of sharia law within the U. us like our reports Josh Owens wrote the New York times about his regret for helping Joan spread Islamophobic misinformation the former enforce video editor said that he made up lies about Islam Berg a Muslim community north of New York City and accused of harboring terrorists after being told interviews the people of Islam Berg were kind generous neighbors one's rights they decided to lie the information did not meet our expectations so we made it up preying on the vulnerable and feeding the prejudices and fears of Jones's audience might power NBC news radio the White House says it will not participate in the house impeachment process the Judiciary Committee asked White House lawyers that they are planning to mount a defense and the answer came back negative late Friday a letter from White House counsel passable only to the Judiciary Committee claim that the house impeachment process is unfair with a pre determined result for the seventh time in the last ten years the New York Knicks are looking to hire a ed coach James flippant has that story more misery at MSG.

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"james flippant" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"james flippant" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Seventy fourth street in the sound view section investigators believe that the air conditioning unit not completely filling the gap of the window led to the fall the child was transported to Jacobi Medical Center Steve green fields W. O. R. news along island woman is facing charges for harassing a child with a genetic disorder New York state police say twenty six year old Christa sul of Melville use social media and the U. S. mail to send messages threatening little Anna Riley from Ulster county who suffers from a disorder that causes her skin to harden and crack and his mother Jenner Riley says she knew there was a chance for negativity when she posted about her daughter's condition on social media but she never expected the hateful messages sent by school the NYPD says there's been a recent spike in car thefts and they say it could have something to do with the colder weather explaining the crime stats from last month chief of crime control strategies Laurie Pollock says increased numbers of car thefts can be traced to people leaving cars on and running trying to beat the cold the keys in the car the fob close to the car so it's easy to start easy to open that absolutely is the trend mayor bill de Blasio says cry maybe on a general decline but you still gotta be street smart in NYC can I just send the message to my phone Yorkers come on I'm sorry everyone of us here who lived through the seventies eighties nineties no way in hell we would left our car with the keys in it running adding to especially never leave the our unattended with the child inside I'm James flippant W. O. R. news this afternoon the jets battle the giants at MetLife stadium.

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"james flippant" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"james flippant" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It is forty five degrees at nine o'clock good morning on hold the Castro for homeless men are dead and another fighting for his life after two vicious attacks in Chinatown early this morning cops found two victims on Sawyer street and the barrier around two o'clock a short time later three other men were found along east Broadway all of them with head trauma and they were pronounced dead at the scene and a forty nine year old man is in critical condition at a hospital he was also found with a head injury police have arrested a twenty four year old man who was carrying a metal stud they believe it to be of the murder weapon the suspect is also homeless the phone and why PD officer killed last weekend in the Bronx was laid to rest in upstate New York and James flippant reports. police commissioner James o'neill noting the thousands of cops lined up outside the church in mon row and the mourners packing the pews showing a different kind of courage when that's needed when you feel angry frustrated or discouraged when you just can't figure out why he promoted mall keen to detective clearly emotional at the tragic loss the department's second case of fatal friendly fire within six months saying goodbye to one of our most noble protectors never get easy we are consoled by the fact never do this alone the thirty three year old seven year department veteran mall keen killed outside a Bronx housing project while struggling with an armed felons I'm James flippant W. O. R. news stories continue to search for a missing five year old girl in Bridgeton New Jersey Cumberland County prosecutor Jennifer web McRae says video is being viewed in their effort to find all say Maria Alabama's who went missing from a park more than two weeks ago video from a myriad of sources of not only the area surrounding the place were dossier disappeared but from throughout the city and bordering townships with big races teams have searched more than two hundred locations including abandoned buildings and desolate areas and they see if you see does say to call police immediately I'm Lisa G. W. O. R. news a car accident in the Bronx leaves two people dead the car struck a concrete wall underneath the bridge of an elevated six train just before seven PM Friday it happened AT east one hundred and sixty fifth street and what lock Avenue a twenty three year old man and a thirty year old woman were killed in sports the Yankees pounded the twins at home ten for in game one of the.

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"james flippant" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"james flippant" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To relive their pride in talking to a number of your constituents they were scared and I was scared I was a kid I mean I got somebody rings the doorbell your house a four o'clock in the morning it's especially people who have small children it's it's jarring but as the Mary knowledges patience is a virtue they're still in the middle of fixing and someone I want to hold off being adversaries for a couple more days but I think that we're gonna have a serious conversation at the state house Chris fama WBZ Boston's news writing about dashers you this morning Lawrence was a much smaller problem the one that forced the evacuation of more than a hundred and fifty people last week three homes were evacuated after a contractor hit a gas line while digging on High Street Columbia gas repair that line residents were allowed to return to their homes this afternoon work struck a gas service line and rate them it happened in the area of center street a construction crew struck a service line to a business there improper use of gasoline is being blamed for explosion in Brooklyn New York that destroyed a home yesterday and shook up nearby homes the explosion rocked the Kensington neighborhood around one thirty in the afternoon Monday. and then this is an investigation found that someone doing work in the basement there at Friel place and east eighth street was using gasoline to strip paint off tiles firefighters knew early on the fire and explosion centered around the basement where work was being done Deputy Assistant chief Joseph Ferrante day. using the place. three people were hurt and heavily damaged home may need to be demolished matters correspondent James flippant there's a new initiative being launched in California to fight.

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Oklahoma judge finds Johnson & Johnson helped fuel state's opioid drug crisis, orders company to pay $572M

Lee Mathews

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Oklahoma judge finds Johnson & Johnson helped fuel state's opioid drug crisis, orders company to pay $572M

"Based pharmaceutical company Johnson and Johnson being ordered to pay five hundred seventy two million dollars to the state of Oklahoma for its marketing of opioids here's James flippant Johnson and Johnson has already said they plan to appeal the ruling in which judge that both men said the company can be held accountable for the opioid epidemic and how it's ravaged Oklahomans state met its burden that the defendants misleading marketing and promotion of a fearless created a

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"james flippant" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"james flippant" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The background check system the white house is also reaffirmed again the president is in favour of raising the age limit for ownership of certain type of weapons but it's gonna fall to the state level uh for a lot of these regulations and right now there are seven states that di including new york state that ban assaultstyle weapons but again a lot of the regulations vary from state to state from just about no restrictions to gun ownership all the way to a total ban on certain types of things so it is something that's going to all of the state level and on the federal level nobody wants to touch it bill thank you so much for your time sir and year investigation into this i greatly appreciate it that's bills infers nbc where he is a bills in for giving us some details on what kind of i didn't realize that were shotgun like tomuli guns that are out there that could be available meantime schools and be kept see are closed today after threat was posted on social media police say the message discussed bringing a weapon to use it the high school administrators released a statement last night saying that they are closing the school quote out of an abundance of caution officials say local police and fbi are investigating the threat of authorities have an announced any arrests meanwhile new jersey officials are responding to a recent rash of school shooting threats wor is james flippant reports since the fateful day seventeen people were gunned down at a high school in parkland florida three separate alleged threats have come from students at schools and essex county acting prosecutor robert laurino addressed the issue at a press conference a noor these are nod juvenile pranks these are crimes that are punished by up to five years imprisonment for an adult jubilo's are subject to time in juvenile correctional facilities dorsal subject to suspension of their motorvehicle licences most recently eighteen year old michael schmidt of west caldwell was charged after police say he made a threat on social media to students from nutley and another for madison are accused in similar circumstances james flip in for 710 wor transportation security administration officials are working with amtrak attest equipment in new york they can detect a terrorist hiding a suicide vests scott pringle reports this mobile device scans commuters as they enter here it sets off an alarm if.

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"james flippant" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"james flippant" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Of these kinds of weapons but where do we actually stand because it seems like while there's the the open lines of communication nothing's actually going to get done well on the federal level that's probably the case show what can be done on the federal level is either shoring up the background check system or expanding the background check system the white house is also reaffirmed again the president is in favour of raising the age limit for ownership of certain type of weapons but it's gonna fall to the state level uh for a lot of these regulations and right now there are seven states that di including new york state that ban assaultstyle weapons but again a lot of the regulations vary from state to state from just about no restrictions to gun ownership all the way to a total ban on certain types of things so it is something that's going to all of the state level and on the federal level nobody wants to touch it bill thank you so much for your time sir and year investigation into this i greatly appreciate it that's bills infers nbc where he is a bills in for giving us some details on what kind of i didn't realize that were shotgun like tomuli guns that are out there that could be available meantime schools and be kept see are closed today after threat was posted on social media police say the message discussed bringing a weapon to use it the high school administrators released a statement last night saying that they are closing the school quote out of an abundance of caution officials say local police and fbi are investigating the threat of authorities have an announced any arrests meanwhile new jersey officials are responding to a recent rash of school shooting threats wor is james flippant reports since the fateful day seventeen people were gunned down at a high school in parkland florida three separate alleged threats have come from students at schools and essex county acting prosecutor robert laurino addressed the issue at a press conference a noor these are nod juvenile pranks these are crimes that are punished by up to five years imprisonment for an adult jubilo's are subject to time in juvenile correctional facilities dorsal subject to suspension of.

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