34 Burst results for "Janai Norman"

Arrest Warrant Issued For Boston MIT Grad Student Qinxuan Pan In Slaying Of Yale Student

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:13 min | 3 months ago

Arrest Warrant Issued For Boston MIT Grad Student Qinxuan Pan In Slaying Of Yale Student

"New developments in the murder of yale college student kevin shang authorities issuing an arrest warrant as the manhunt intensifies for an mit grad. Student out charged with the shooting. Here's abc's janai norman. Tonight the manhunt growing more urgent for an accused killer believed to be armed and dangerous police in connecticut today issuing an arrest warrant charging mit grad. Student king's swan pond for the murder of twenty six year. Old yale student kevin zhang jiang was found shot multiple times near the yale campus. Later dying at the scene just days after proposing to his girlfriend twenty twenty was year of blessings. Because i met my dear heaven i will always love him with the love of christ on was already facing charges for allegedly stealing. Suv he test drove in massachusetts. The same day zhang was killed. That was later found by police in north haven connecticut. Investigator say pond was last seen by family members in the atlanta area february eleventh carrying a backpack and reportedly acting strange in the days following the murder and us marshals raining confident that they will catch up with pawn but tonight he remains on the run facing that murder charge and a five million dollar bond. When he's captured

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Prince Harry and Meghan are expecting their second baby, spokeswoman confirms

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:06 min | 4 months ago

Prince Harry and Meghan are expecting their second baby, spokeswoman confirms

"Harry and meghan announced that archie is gonna be a big brother. That news comes just a few months. After megan disclosed she suffered a miscarriage. Here's abc's janai. Norman tonight big baby news for meghan markle and prince harry sharing this photo smiling at each other. Megan hand on her baby bump a spokesperson confirming. Archie is going to be a big brother. The duke and duchess of sussex are overjoyed to be expecting their second child. Today's announcement hits quite a few not only will be the first american royal baby but also one of the first royal babies to be born in the us we have very transatlantic royal family news of that child. That would be eighth in line to the throne coming just two and a half months. After markle revealed the couple suffered a miscarriage in a new york. Times op ed writing. I knew as i clutched my first born child that i was losing my second hours later. I lay in the hospital bed holding my husband's hand. I tried to imagine how he'll after the difficulties that megan faced in the closing of two thousand eight hundred twenty. This is a great start at twenty twenty one

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MAC postpones all fall sports, including football; plans on spring season

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:24 min | 11 months ago

MAC postpones all fall sports, including football; plans on spring season

"Football appears on the brink of possibly postponing the season the mid Atlantic conference cancelling games this fall because of the corona virus here's ABC's Janai Norman. Tonight a drastic decision a division one college football conference cancelling the fall season over concerns of Covid nineteen the mid American conference postponing kickoff hoping to play in the spring. There are simply too many unknowns for us to put our student athletes in situations that are not clearly understood. I am heartbroken we are in this place all eyes are turning to the major conferences to see if others have described the season the University of Alabama one of college football's most dominant programs hit with a small outbreak forced to cancel its first game. The SEC POWERHOUSE is vowing to kick off the they believe that is Part of the fabric of the State and university and they want to continue to play, they can do so safely crimson tide school leaders argue campus may be the safest place for their athletes. After already during an outbreak of Cova cases, those schools certainly have the financial resources to be able to test at a high rate to be able to protect their players. And Tom Rutgers football program had to shut down some workouts because of a Cobra outbreak as other programs try to nail down plans for season but so much is still changing.

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Police seize gun from St. Louis couple who pointed weapons at protesters

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Police seize gun from St. Louis couple who pointed weapons at protesters

"You'll remember that couple seen waving guns at protestors, those weapons tonight now in the hands of investigators. Here's ABC's Janai Norman. Tonight, the firearms at the center of this controversial confrontation are no longer in the hands of the couple who brandished them outside their saint, Louis Mansion police, executing a search warrant at the home. Seizing the rifle is evidence and investigating whether the couple committed a crime and these images that went viral last month based upon Missouri, law, and what they refer to as to castle doctrine. Individuals unlawfully enter onto cry property. You have the right to take means reasonably necessary in order to descend I. This was what happened here. American Patricia mccloskey Seen June twenty eighth, shouting and pointing their weapons at protesters, who their lawyers says broke through a gate and onto a private road outside their home. Terrified that we'd be murdered. Within seconds, our house would be burned down. There would be killed mark mccloskey, also telling a local TV station the couple grab their guns before protesters allegedly threatened them the city's chief prosecutor, saying in a statement we must protect the right to peacefully protest, and any attempt to chill it. Intimidation or threat of deadly force will not be tolerated Tom. No one was hurt in that confrontation in that couple hasn't been charged with any crimes. We did reach out to the prosecutor who told us she cannot comment because this is an ongoing investigation

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In Washington, DC, 'Dad Gang' works to break negative stereotypes about Black fatherhood

WBZ Afternoon News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

In Washington, DC, 'Dad Gang' works to break negative stereotypes about Black fatherhood

"A father's day March today in the nation's capital it's organized by a new online group is called the dad game which looks to defy stereo types and redefined what it is to be a modern block dad here's more from ABC's Janai Norman meet Sean Williams a devoted father of three four years ago a woman approached him at the grocery store and commended him for sticking around you know we're not in a non believer not unicorns Williams realized his friend shared similar experiences

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Atlanta police chief resigns over shooting of Rayshard Brooks

Nocturnal Journal with Dave Hoekstra

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Atlanta police chief resigns over shooting of Rayshard Brooks

"Protest of ramped up in the wake of another deadly police shooting in Atlanta Georgia the city's police chief has resigned ABC's Janai Norman has the details Georgia Georgia authorities authorities reviewing reviewing video video showing showing Atlanta Atlanta police police shooting shooting and and killing killing Richard Richard Brooks Brooks the the officers officers claim claim he he failed failed a a sobriety sobriety test test they they say say when when they they went went to to arrest arrest him him he he resisted I do not believe that this was a justified use of deadly force the mayor calling for the officers involved to be fired police say the race shard Brooks in a struggle with officers managed to grab one of their tasers one of the officers shot him when he was running away he turned around and pointed the taser read them L. Chris Stewart as an attorney hired by Brooks family according to him the officers have no justification for shooting him saying that a taser is not considered a deadly weapon in Georgia you can't say he ran off with a weapon that could kill somebody when you say it's not dead you can't say you don't have other options what what was going to go he was very jogging away

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"janai norman" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"janai norman" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"They actually got. It got sent back so I got the money for it so I went ahead and bought it again. Because my the one logitech keyboard I had the removable one <hes> it was just a cool little bluetooth keyboard. I never used it. It was just the form factor was great. It's a great little keyboard and you can use it with your phone your ipad and all that stuff but I never used it because we have two pieces so I got this new slim mm folio pro S- put my ipad in it got it set up and the problem with the new ipad pros is they don't have that smart connector like the old ipad pros dead <hes> where you can actually plug it into a device in the device will be powered by the IPAD which is which is the predecessor to this one which I had for my nine point seven inch ipad pro the Logitech keyboard which is the best keyboard I've ever had for an IPAD this one has of course a Janai Norman fucking battery in it that lasts three months on a charge <hes> and I swear to God the ipad which weighs nothing with this case weighs more than my fifteen inch macbook pro. It is so goddamn heavy that I'm just like are you. Are you kidding me. It's a piece of rubber with a keyboard. Why is this so ridiculously heavy? Now that said fantastic keyboard backlit great Keat like Ah Great Travel on the keys feels really good doesn't have that Bullshit Butterfly switch that apple does it's a really nice keyboard to type on and it's got a super powerful magnet so when you actually lock it into place you can you can put it on your lap happened type with it. That's the biggest problem I have with. Most IPAD keyboards is once you put it on your lap. Everything just goes really blew this one not so much at all. I can put this one on my laptop on it. It's got a place for the Pencil. Still it's one hundred twenty nine bucks and I have used that more than I've used my Mac book pro now because I usually work in the studio on my Mac go in the house. pull up or pull up my macbook pro and use that in the house but with the new keyboard Lord I find myself almost never using the macbook pro so this is actually gotten me closer to using the IPAD as a laptop so even though it's a little bit heavier than I'd like the the build quality the power of the magnet magnet and the quality of the keyboard makes me recommend this. This is a keeper for me excellent..

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"janai norman" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"janai norman" Discussed on WTVN

"Stand Thursday against tax abatements that they say takes money out of the classroom. Teachers at Avondale elementary school here in Franklin ten say, they are working here with no full time school nurse. No full time school counselor. They say that is a major problem. But they also say the school would be able to afford more staff if the districted not agreed to so many tax abatements for big companies ABC six Lisa Ron Tulloch says the teachers specifically targeted cover my meds, which received an. Eighty million dollar tax abatement to build a new headquarters in Franklin all this as new contract talks continue between the teachers and the district Ohio health Forty-six million dollar plan for Marion General Hospital is now when action the project will eventually turn most rooms into private spaces and renovate the endoscopy unit. Developer say this changes important because Marion county has the highest rate of colon cancer in Ohio. The project is scheduled to be finished in two thousand twenty two house. Democrats are looking at what options they have in order to force the White House to comply with their subpoenas house intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff says when it comes to getting the administration to comply with their subpoenas. They're looking at all their options telling axios could find someone twenty five thousand dollars a day until they comply, and that will probably get their attention. He explained they'd be using the rarely used doctrine Congress's inherent, contempt power that could also allow for jail time. It'd be the first time in nearly a century the mechanism has been used, but it has been held on multiple occasions by the supreme court. He said the. Reason they may go that route they're going to delay things. And they are going to blame Democrats for how long the investigation has taken chords are also an option, and they'd urge their case expedited is not a guarantee. Serena Marshall, ABC news Washington. Uber has made its stock market debut and the company's IPO could make early investors. A lot of money with the asking price forty five dollars per share. Could mean that prices will go up, and that's because becoming public company means investors will now be more focus on earnings to this point has never made a profit the company lost one point eight billion dollars last year alone. So over will likely have to raise prices riders that means spending more money that is ABC's. Janai Norman req- chino. Stay connected to Columbus and central Ohio on the hour, thirty minutes past and as news breaks. The Rush Limbaugh show is up next. WTVN sports former Heisman Trophy winner and NFL quarterback. Tim tebow is in town this weekend. He'll be in the outfield for the Syracuse Mets as they play the clippers and the three game series at Huntington park. Cincinnati Reds will stay in the bay this weekend. They'll play the giants tonight. Cleveland Indians will take on the flex out in Oakland second round of the Byron Nelson. Some canyon the lead at fourteen under or years forward. Kevin Durant will miss game six Friday against the rockets. He's dealing with a mild calf strain, and we'll miss game seven if Houston wins tonight from the central Ohio Honda dealers sports desk. Eric resear- NewsRadio six ten WTVN bluecross. Blueshield believes everyone should have access to healthcare. No matter who you are or where you live. That's why in every state are companies are working to improve health and expand access to care from training. Former military medics to serve America to helping expectant mothers recovered from opioid dependence. We're investing community by community for the health of America. Learn more at BC BS progress health dot com. The Blue Cross Blue shield.

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Months before shooting, parent warned Colorado school could be next 'Columbine'

WBZ Midday News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Months before shooting, parent warned Colorado school could be next 'Columbine'

"New developments emerging in the investigation of that deadly school shooting in Colorado ABC's. Janai Norman has details. The chaos of that stem school shootings in a school. We're learning that one parent warned about in events like this that anonymous parent calling to board of education months ago fearing, a repeat of Columbine at the stem school, the parent outlining serious issues like bullying and violence, saying some students are suicidal and violent and school and citing the high pressure environment apparent caller told the school board member she wanted to remain anonymous for fear. Her child would be expelled the school sued the parent for defamation in January four months before the

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"janai norman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"janai norman" Discussed on KOMO

"Janai Norman MacKenzie base is waking up the fourth wealthiest woman on the planet. Jeff in the corner, please this after she and now ex husband Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon reached a record divorce settlement as they dissolved their twenty five year marriage MacKenzie will keep twenty five percent of their joint Amazon stocks with her share currently worth about thirty six billion dollars MacKenzie. Breaking the news on her brand new Twitter account writing grateful to finish the process of dissolving my marriage from Jeff with support from each other happy to be giving him all of my interest in the Washington Post and blue origin and seventy. Five percent of our Amazon stock plus voting control of my shares. She now ranks only behind Lori L heiress Francoise Bettencourt Meyers Alice, Walton of the WalMart family and Jacqueline badger Mars of the Mars candy family. Meanwhile, base still retains the title of world's richest person boasting a net worth of more than one hundred ten billion dollars that you I met at a Manhattan hedge fund after Jeff graduated from Princeton their offices right next to each other through walls. I would hear him laughing that giant all day long. And it was it was totally love at first. They got engaged in just three months married within six months moved to Seattle staying in this small home while launching Amazon raising their four kids base os posting his own statement about his ex wife on Twitter saying I'm grateful for her support. And for her kindness in this process. The news coming just three months after the former power couple I announced they were splitting up that announcement soon. Followed by explode. Accusations and the National Enquirer about in affair between Faso's and Lauren Sanchez, the tabloid releasing intimate messages between the pair ABC's. Janai Norman new college mission controversy at Harvard. The school's investigating its longtime fencing coach over a questionable real estate deal involving the father of offense around the team. If he sees Paul ferris now with the story Harvard University finding themselves in the center of an admissions controversy homes. Former owner Harvard head fencing coach Peter brand he sold the house in two thousand sixteen at the time. It was valued at nearly five hundred fifty thousand dollars. But when it sold in may of that year for nearly one million dollars eyebrows were raised fate. It was very strange indeed for a house to sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars above market value. A local Texas tells ABC news that this transaction is not unusual. The Boston Globe say in the home was purchased. By Jack Zhao, THEO of I talk global communications both of his sons fencers on brands team Jau telling the Boston Globe, he acknowledged the purchase may look suspect. However, it wasn't meant to help get his son into Harvard, adding with his family's ties to Harvard and his sons good grades. It's a no brainer. I don't have to do anything. All of this comes on the heels of the controversial operation bar city blues the scandal that has raised serious questions into the college admissions process for wealthy parents and their children Harvard University, which has not been linked to that scandal tells ABC news, there's a lot we still don't know. Adding the new allegation that came to light is against one individual regarding transactions that pertain to one family. We are now moving quickly to learn more about these claims through an independent review. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news now for money and business update for you. If you come on news watch by propel insurance from ABC news, Wall Street now stocks closing broadly, higher.

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Police say there's video of alleged Kevin Spacey sexual assault

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Police say there's video of alleged Kevin Spacey sexual assault

"Said lights out now. Critics are raving about escape it. Dan, Amora the show chronicling the infamous twenty fifteen prison break in upstate New York. That's already up for two Golden Globes, including best actress for Tricia, our cats dramatic transformation into prison worker. Joyce Mitchell and into anything wrong, but the real life. Joyce Mitchell is fighting back at the Showtime series calling director Ben Stiller Aligarh Mitchell, pleaded guilty to helping convicted killer, David sweat, and Richard Matt escape and was sentenced to seven years, please allow me to start. Sorry Mitchell claimed the end makes threatened to kill her husband. If she didn't help them admitting. She smuggled into inside hamburger meat, including hacksaw blades, chisels a punch and a screwdriver that Matt and sweat and used to cut their way through their cell walls. But in the series, then fifty one year old is portrayed as more of a willing co conspirator drawing Mitchell's, I are in a new interview with the New York Post in which she slam Stiller saying he doesn't care about the truth. All he cares about is making millions off me. He's an idiot. Mitchell takes particular exception to how the hit series depicts her having a sexual relationship with both inmates something she and sweat both denied, but Stiller is fighting back defending the series telling deadline. My guideline was to try and tell what I thought happened. She can dispute it, but the reality is she was kicked out of the tailor shop for inappropriate conduct for going in the back room with David sweat. The director told variety how he personally convinced New York governor, Andrew. Cuomo to grant permission to film at the Clinton correctional facility where the events took place, even filming at the actual manhole cover the inmates daringly escape through escape it down and was a real commitment for Ben Stiller as a director he devoted about a year of his life to filming the project in evidently in any of these true life true crime stories, they're going to be people that come and say, no, no, no, that's that's not my version of events. Ciller also said he was trying to tell the story as real and hopefully as entertaining as possible without exploiting, adding it can't be fun to be in prison. So seems like no love lost between those two ABC's. Janai Norman with the story. Some people are calling this next story Christmas day miracle a nine one one dispatcher helped save the life of a one year old child in Florida. The frantic call came in on Christmas day, a one year old had fallen in a pool in central Florida and had no pulse. A neighbor trying to perform CPR. Pump. And he doesn't know. Okay. Just tell him. I need him to lay him fight on his help is on the way. But the Orange County Fire rescue dispatcher waste new time. She starts instructing them on CPR over the phone. I need him to place his hand on his forehead the other hand under the neck and tilt the head back. Forehead and Nathan neck back. Closed and completely covering his mouth with your mouth and blow to. Into the lung moments later, gargling gurgling. Okay. But the boy wasn't in the clear

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"janai norman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"janai norman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"I'm Ed Torrence, news ninety six point five WDBO. I just got a text message. Shame on you. Jack Daniels has not scotch. I know that I'm trying to go for something cheap after realizing. My my mistake of ordering expensive scotch. I was like just give me something cheap. And trust me. Jack Daniels is cheap. Janine? Norman is joining us now ABC's. Janai Norman is joining us. Are you at the White House this morning? I am at the White House. All right, gene, take us away from the silly conversation. We're having you're you're covering very important worldly things this morning there the cavenaugh report. And it seems that the White House has seen attend has already passed it on to the Senate. Yes. So it was last night that we got word that the White House. Had it this morning in administration official tells ABC news that even after reviewing that report that they are still fully confident and judge Breyer Kavanagh's nomination. But that administration official did say that the report wouldn't silence critics so take that as you will. But that report is now on Capitol Hill in a secure location where all one hundred senators will have a chance to review the findings before a vote because that is. So were there hit headed this week? And I know that some of the senators had called for this to be made public, and my understanding is that would be kind of outside of of normal protocol for something like this are you hearing anything about something like that possibly happening? Well, so we've heard that. Yes. There are some senators who would like to have that made public at least to at least some part of it to give the American public an idea of what? What is in it given all that has led up to this point? But there are others who say that. That's not the right move. And they don't think that that should happen to protect both judge Breyer cavenaugh as well as Christine Bazi Ford. And then what is going to be the next step? We know that supposedly at eight AM which would have been twelve minutes ago or so that they would have the the Senate leadership would have the first chance to take a look at this report. And then what happens after that? You know? So again, all one hundred senators we'll have a chance to look at that. And they're still headed for a votes whether that comes sometime tomorrow or possibly lingers over into Saturday that is still the goal right now to get a vote on judge Breyer Kavanagh. So we will see. But of course, all eyes are going to be on a handful of key senators, whether it's those Democrats who are up for reelection in states that President Trump one, for instance, Joe Manchin who last said that he was undecided or the Jeff flake, Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski's, and specifically a couple of those who were very upset after President Trump's comments the other night at a rally in Mississippi where many say that he was openly mocking Christine Blasi Ford. So a lot of things at play right now. And we will see how it all pans out. And you know, really matter of hours channel nine eyewitness, news alum and local girl gone big time ABC's, Janai Norman, one of our all time favorite. Thank you Janie. You're fantastic. Have a good one..

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"janai norman" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"janai norman" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Thank you next to the hard to watch police body Cam video from Grand Rapids, Michigan showing officers with guns drawn confronting eleven year old twin boys, and they're seventeen year old friend, one of the twins, sobbing as police order him to walk backward. Then they handcuffed him on the ground tonight. The police chief says the officers acted appropriately while the twins mother is calling for an investigation. Here's ABC's Janai Norman. This body Cam video has a mother tonight calling for Grand Rapids, police officers to be suspended. Police, say these boys a description from nine one. One call about two males who might have a weapon walking in the same general location blackmail. In your own hearing possibly done? Not sure he is wearing a registered in walking with another blackmail and of lecture. The boy's mother says, seeing an officer pointing his gun at her children makes her sick to her stomach. Why do you put my eleven year olds a handcuffed and draw guns and point them today, heads. How old are you. You hear that child sobbing in the video that shows officers cuffing and searching the two boys and a seventeen year old family friend before putting them in a cruiser. The police chief is defending his officers when drama goals, nine one one and says, I see him and with a handgun were ghost. Blackmail thirteen had a gun is hand wouldn't say it was you. But the boy's mom says the incident has traumatized, her young sons, scared the police may shoot them when is it? Gonna stop. When they hurt someone, went officers..

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"janai norman" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"janai norman" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Then another story we're following authorities investigating a police officer who ran the teenager with his SUV the teen than taking off. And when police tried to stop him from not having a light on his bike, the chase, then taking a dangerous turn with the crowd converging after the team was struck, here's ABC's with Johnson. Tonight. Sacramento police releasing dramatic video of a patrol SUV hitting a sixteen year old suspect watch again as the police cruiser makes a hard left turn knocking the teen to the ground. The teen heard on bodycam video screaming. I'm sorry officers. Rushing the handcuff the book, then asking where it hurts injury. Police say they were delayed getting medics to the scene due to the angry crowd shouting at officers. The July twenty second incident starting moments earlier officers say they stopped the teen for riding a bicycle after dark without a front light. After a few questions, the teen takes off running. A different patrol car joining the chase investigators say that cruiser ramming the team. He was treated for non-life threatening injuries and given a citation for resisting arrest, whether or not that officer intended to hit him going. That fast is unclear from the video best. It was negligence at worst. It was deliberate use of force in early findings investigators, say the SUV lost control, traveling, too fast. While making that sharp turn calling the collision, an accident. The investigation is determined that the speed is the primary reason. The incident occurred, Tom, the case is still under investigation, but Sacramento police, say even an unintended collision with the suspect under these circumstances is unacceptable than apartment is now reviewing its policies in an effort to prevent something like this from happening again, Tom, which Johnson I tonight wit thank you a powerful earthquake, rocking the Indonesian tourist island of Lombok. The six point. Nine quake, damaging buildings and causing landslides felt as far away as Bali, your quake hitting the same island where more than four hundred people were killed in another earthquake earlier this month, several strong aftershocks rattling that island back now with the growing concerns over the shortage of a crucial medical device epipens, just as families are now gearing up for back to school. Here's ABC's Janai Norman there used to give potentially life-saving injections for dangerous, allergic reactions, but tonight nationwide, epi pen shortages or leaving.

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"janai norman" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:01 min | 3 years ago

"janai norman" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Five in commerce on the five north after paramount boulevard somebody broke down here in. The number two lane the second lane from the left and thank you to Jack for that heads up. On the roof seventy time traffic line eight eight eight five hundred five thousand three Alhambra westbound the ten at Garfield self car blocking the second lane from the left as a heavy ride from new. Avenue as a result Mira Loma Fifteen south, before Cantu Gagliano ranch that's a wreck up against the center divider KFI in the sky helps get you there faster I'm Robin banks five oh. Five on your wakeup call KFI AM six forty more. Stimulating talk we say good morning to, ABC's Janai Norman. And Gina the president has announced legal action now against Omarosa, to basically. Get her to just shut up, with everything that she's been saying. Lately with the tapes the book the whole nine yards just zip it yes so that that's essentially the. Case we knew a couple. Of days ago that the White House was looking into potential legal actions and now the, campaign for President Trump has filed arbitration basically saying that I'm Rosa violated the nondisclosure agreement that she signed so they're really trying to stop her from really saying anything else because, at this, point it's been a tape a day bet she's been releasing and it's you know stayed at the top of the headlines because President Trump continues to. Respond so you can tell That many people with the White. House would like. To. See this. Kind of buried and go away yeah and so are they. Saying exactly what part of that nondisclosure she violated the, being specific you know basically that she by releasing the tapes that she recorded of chief of John chief of staff John Kelly allegedly firing her also, the subsequent conversation with President Trump himself basically saying, that, she violated her nondisclosure agreement was. Not supposed to really speak out at least in in that way you know so before this. There have been questioned over whether she had actually signed, a nondisclosure agreement and I know a couple of days ago the. ACLU weight and saying you know depending on the circumstances if she. Had signed a nondisclosure agreement it may be unconstitutional and unenforceable the ACLU saying that Donald, Trump can't, muzzle federal employees now the thing is this is the campaign for Donald. J Trump for president Isn't that filed. The. Arbitration not the White House so a little bit of. A different yeah differentiation there, but you know the bottom line is as you said they really just want her to keep quiet exactly so now the president in the meantime also is saying well morosi claims. That. She has a tape of the president saying the n word? While they were doing the. Show the, apprentice the producer of the show the apprentice Mark Burnett the president claims has said that tape. Does not exist right so now there's back and forth over that tape, morosi said that before she'd heard about it but then recently claimed that she's actually heard the tape herself President Trump, of saying. That of course, saying that that tape does not exist saying that the executive producer of. The show assured him that that does not exist that he doesn't President, Trump saying, he doesn't even use, that word it's not in his vocabulary, Sarah Sanders also saying she's ever heard the president use it it's not in his vocabulary. But, then Sanders herself, saying that she was unable to guarantee that that tape Didn't exist so a little, bit of back and forth, you know it could. Leave you wondering why would the president? Needs, to say. That the executive, producer assured him that, the tape doesn't, exist if he knows that he never said. It. But you know insisting nonetheless yeah exactly maybe he's just, trying, to add more credence to what he's saying who who knows how this is going to go down just one, last question does maroshek actually see that, she's going to release, the tape of him saying the n. word and as, she? Given specifics about what time you know I don't. Know that she said that she is actually. Going to release the tape but I know that she continues talking about it so if, there were, someone who had that tape maybe she could be trying to figure that all out but I do not I at least, that I've heard I've not seen. Her saying that she's going to. Release that okay awesome thanks. So. Much I appreciate it thank you see later that's ABC's. Janai Norman yeah and I, haven't either that's it I I it just keeps saying this exists in well Okay maroshek if if. You think this exists if you can get, your hands, on it if. You've heard, it pretty sure you could convince whoever played it for you to go public with it McMillan that's huge scandal nobody's gonna sit on something like, that so if, it's out. There, you. Assume that somebody's gonna play it who knows who knows what that, why they're holding onto it who knows what political game. Is being played I. Mean this this game of he said she said the president would probably be smart at this point just to not talk about it anymore get her, out of the headlines this is exactly what she wanted with this book I mean, you don't you don't release a book called unhinged. Claiming that the president is in mental decline talk, about his misogyny and his racism and not expect to. Be headlines that's what. She wants so you know it's. One of those things where they talk about at school like. If, somebody. Is bullying you. Or whatever you. Just don't. Deal with. Them kind. Of. Thing. But, maybe maybe that would. Be the. Best thing, is to just the best way to silence There might be just a lever alone I don't know. That's? Why I'm not in politics though right Cops say gangs in orange and LA county's. Have evolved to use the internet to conduct illegal criminal enterprises a couple hundred, law enforcement agencies from around the world gathered in. Orange County share the latest and gang activity LA, county, sheriff Jim McDonald. Says gang still make money, off drugs robberies, and stolen, property but, now also identity theft credit card fraud human trafficking the coordinated knock knock burglars or flocking serial. Robberies in the use of lift an Uber to, transport narcotics, McDonald's says gangs used social media to recruit kids. Organiz robberies, and, sell stolen goods on Craigslist and offer up, he says, overall gang related crimes are down in garden grove corporate Carson KFI news Samir yet a school district is paying a family. Eleven million dollars because a boy drowned in a swimming pool the thirteen year old boy was at a party, in. Two thousand sixteen when classmates saw him in the water unconscious the family's lawsuit claimed teen lifeguards didn't know what to do and a swim coach who, was there, did not attempt CPR. Paramedics did when. They arrived but say Alex Pearce was. Already Dead by then researchers say the condition of roads in the l. a. area cost the average driller driver, nearly how, much do you think Really. Quickly it's it's thousands of dollars how many thousands of dollars do you think it cost the average. Driver in l. a. a year Three thousand dollars the extra costs comes from wear and. Tear, on your tires crashes extra fuel costs lost time because of. Congestion faster loss of resale value because aware and tear on your car now the report is from a, group called trip based in DC they also looked. At. Bridges in. The LA. Area. And, found about five thousand out of five thousand bridges one hundred. Seventy six of them are structurally deficient great this story oh guys sorry sorry that I have to tell you this one because it's gross a small dogs tongue was nearly cut off. At a grooming appointment in Compton was all over her paws feet and all that the tongue was. Hanging, on and it was hanging off it was just like cut and it was hanging by a little just a little piece of meat sorry July's owner tells NBC four that she was, first drawn to the terrier because she has a. Habit of always thinking her tongue out. Like she's one of those. Dogs adorable little dog but her she's just heard tons always out PetSmart and Compton says that endearing Habit caused the problem when July stuck, out her tongue. While the groomer was trimming her face to lies tongue is on the mend and PetSmart has taken care of, the, hospital bills community groups in l. a. of rallied for what. Could, be one of the biggest political fights in two thousand twenty. Prop thirteen is cap property taxes since it was passed in nineteen seventy eight but then helicopter house with, schools and communities I says it's time to reform. The..

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Obama Administration, ABC and Trump discussed on Howie Carr

Howie Carr

01:58 min | 3 years ago

Obama Administration, ABC and Trump discussed on Howie Carr

"Will sue. The Trump administration they want to. Block the proposal the administration made today to roll back gas mileage, requirements for cars. Put in place during, the last administration the Obama administration required carmakers to nearly double the fuel economy standard passenger vehicles to an average of about fifty four miles per gallon by two. Thousand twenty five the Trump administration is moving forward to put that on hold the sets up a potentially nasty, fight with states including California that to set their own higher, gas mileage standards the acting chief of the, said this week the administration doesn't want federal standards to contradict states that want to require. Higher gas mileage and the goal is a. Fifty state, solution Karen, Travers ABC news. The White House the White House acknowledged today that Russia did interfere in the two thousand sixteen presidential election and is trying to do the same thing in, this year's midterms efforts are under way to provide cybersecurity assistance to state and local authorities and actions to investigate prosecute. And hold accountable those who Legally attempt to interfere in our political and electoral process for. A secretary Sarah Sanders it's day. Three of the first trial spawned by special counsel Robert Muller's Russia, investigation and we've. Learned a star witness, could soon take the stand prosecutors kicked off the day saying they have every intention of calling brick gates to testify in the case against Paul Manafort the one. Time Trump campaign aide who has already pled guilty to conspiracy and lying to federal authorities will testify as a, key witness ABC's Janai Norman in California the deadly car wildfire, now covers more than one hundred twenty thousand, acres but it is moving away from houses big news today for apple a company that. Was on the edge of bankruptcy in nineteen, Ninety-seven stock, was trading, for less than, a Bach but then came the iphone apple now valued at one trillion dollars as other tech stocks have been faltering apple is setting record ABC's Alex stone, at the close on Wall Street stocks are mixed you're listening to ABC news Walgreens has good news for anyone managing. Diabetes we've Got your back that's right.

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Flight loses cabin pressure, sending more than 30 to hospital, police say

WBZ Afternoon News

02:18 min | 3 years ago

Flight loses cabin pressure, sending more than 30 to hospital, police say

"The new test is designed to improve soldier physical readiness and reduce injuries the army says the new fitness test is gender and age neutral well there's good news about the coach young soccer players rescued from a flooded cave in thailand is making a strong recovery the public health minister giving an update on their progress saying they're gaining weight physically active and could be released as soon as thursday in a video the boys thanked people around the world for their concern and said there's no longer need to worry doctors are now focused on the mental health of the team warning them to limit media exposure to avoid ptsd symptoms the twelve boys in their soccer coach recovering well and they're eager to eat their favorite comfort foods after their expected discharged from the hospital this week the group has regained much of their weight of doctors are concerned the boys especially their coach may feel guilt or shame about what happened nearly three dozen airline passengers were hospitalized after their flight from ireland to croatia took a sudden plunge abc's janai norman speaks with some of the passengers about their harrowing experience air flight f r seventythree twelve apparently losing cabin pressure rapidly descending more than twenty eight thousand feet in less than ten minutes rocks and brownlee describe what it was like children crying and shouting mommy am i gonna die where oxygen masks on and the plane has just plummeting the flight making an emergency landing in frankfurt germany thirtythree passengers had to be hospitalized many people were treated for burst eardrums but no serious injuries were reported ryanair says it will pay for hotels for affected customers but there there is a shortage of accommodations we'll salem is sprucing up its witch trials memorial after some people have complained that it's starting to look shabby just one year after it was unveiled about a dozen young trees at the memorial for nineteen people who were hanged at proctor's legend sixteen ninety two have died and the area is overgrown with weeds city officials say they plan to replace the dead trees with one's better suited for the terrain a bill aimed at helping the state adapt to climate change while protecting natural resources and investing in.

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Albuquerque, Illinois and Arson discussed on Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

02:01 min | 3 years ago

Albuquerque, Illinois and Arson discussed on Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

"A fatal shooting by chicago police officers set off protests in the south shore neighborhood yesterday chief of patrol fred waller said the man was confronted by police who suspected he was armed he pushed fat put your hands away flailing and swinging swinging away trying to make his escape and as he was making escape meets his weapon those who knew the man said he had a concealed gun carry permit several officers injured during that violence after the shooting and that investigation continues late word from new mexico three people are dead over twenty two injured after a bus and three other vehicles crashed on interstate twenty five north of albuquerque authorities do not know if the three killed were bus passengers it's also unclear if the bus involved was a tour bus or where it may have been headed president trump is on his way to finland for a summit with russian president vladimir putin is playing has left glasgow scotland it's a three hour flight to the finnish capital helsinki president trump and his wife alania spent the weekend at its golf resort in turnberry scotland twentythreeyearold oregon woman missing for several days was found alive this weekend after her car plunged nearly two hundred hundred feet off a cliff abc's janai norman reports hikers spotted angela hernandez knew the wreckage on friday i think he'll say she used the radiator hose from her car to get water in a nearby stream to say hydrated that's how she managed to survive being stranded on the side of a cliff for seven days she is still recovering in the hospital and the incident took place in the big sur area outside monterey california four children and three adults managed to escape arson fire at our home in harvey last night authorities say someone threw a molotov cocktail into the home near winchester in honore shortly after midnight no injuries reported a new roof an air conditioning system a new entrance and a visitor center all included in the renovation of the illinois governor's mansion a privately funded roughly fifteen million.

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WORLD: News in brief - The Morung Express

WBZ Afternoon News

01:59 min | 3 years ago

WORLD: News in brief - The Morung Express

"All of new wbz news time is twelve eighteen it's eighty one degrees and mostly cloudy in boston good afternoon i'm art cohen wbz news our top stories now a weymouth police officer is in critical condition after being shot several times early this morning the suspect who is in custody crashed his car then fled on foot and shot at police as he was being chased president trump is now on his way to finland for tomorrow scheduled summit with russian president vladimir putin the president and white house officials are downplaying the meeting saying not to expect any major results the trump administration is ramping up its efforts to reunite children were there undocumented parents this comes ahead of a court deadline which is less than two weeks away nearly three dozen airline passengers were hospitalized after their flight from ireland to croatia took a sudden plunge abc's janai norman speaks with some passengers about their harrowing experience ryanair flight f r seventythree twelve apparently losing cabin pressure rapidly descending more than twenty eight thousand feet in less than ten minutes roxanne brownlee describe what it was like my children crying case shining mommy am i gonna die where oxygen masks on and the plane has just plummeting the flight making an emergency landing in frankfurt germany thirtythree passengers had to be hospitalized many people retreated for burst eardrums but no serious injuries were reported ryanair said it would pay for hotels for affected customers but that there was a shortage of accommodations big changes are coming in physical training for army soldiers cbs's jim krasula has that the army is changing its physical fitness test after three decades it will phase out situps pushups in a daily two mile run a new combat fitness test will simulate soldiers lifting heavy objects similar to amion mission boxes or wounded.

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Durango, California and Thailand discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

02:16 min | 3 years ago

Durango, California and Thailand discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

"To the high chateau fire burning intel or county residents of the panorama and ranch resort subdivisions were allowed to go back home yesterday that fire has burned about fourteen hundred acres seventy five percent containment and improving news just in from the four sixteen fire north of durango while that fires burned about fifty four thousand acres that containment on it has now gone up to forty five percent and firefighters say they're close to achieving their objectives in fighting it the cost of fighting that wildfire now approaching twenty nine million dollars to northern california there's a huge fire burning near napa valley the county fire northern california burning through eighty six thousand acres thousand homes and buildings threatening twenty five hundred people evacuated firefighters gaining some ground but still battling those dangerous winds and brutal heat abc's will car reporting the race is on in thailand against the weather to try to rescue those twelve trap boys in the flooded caves crews are trying to pump the caves out build a dam but heavy rain is in the forecast and it could undo all their progress abc's james longman says some of the boys are being taught how to swim it's really a difficult thing for anyone to learn how to do but this is not just a tunnel this is a deep dark passageway much of which isn't just swimming underwater it's rock climbing suggesting is the each boy would come along one by one with a professional navy seal to come along long passageway but so much of it you can't swim to by two you've got to do it on your own bad news monsoon storms are expected in thailand by the end of the week and rescuers say they need to get the boys out before the cave becomes fully flooded the president heads to great falls montana today it's a state he won by twenty points in two thousand sixteen thursday afternoon president trump will rally support for republican candidates in montana we've recently seen the president campaigning for republicans at rallies it seemed more like his own campaign rallies look at the victories we've had when he arrives in great falls president trump is expected to talk tax cuts in illegal immigration and already protests are also expected abc's janai norman reporting montana democrat senator jon tester is quote unquote welcoming the president is state with some tongueincheek ads testers thanking the president for signing several bills that he himself had sponsored nine zero six up.

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G7 allies confront Trump with trade numbers in tense G7 summit

Orlando's News at Noon with Scott Anez

01:27 min | 3 years ago

G7 allies confront Trump with trade numbers in tense G7 summit

"Good afternoon i'm gene wexler and by now you've heard the news that broke this morning cnn host anthony bourdain found dead in his hotel room in france at sixteen one years old c n n's brian stelter says he committed suicide his series parts unknown has won almost every award possible he loved producing the series traveling the globe talking with people about life and love and death fourteen was working on an upcoming episode of parts known his suicide comes just days after fashion designer kate spade hung herself into new york city apartment recent numbers show more americans die each year from suicide from car crashes over the president trump canada for the g seven summit with some of our biggest allies abc's janai norman says it could be tense with those recent tariffs on steel and aluminum us is already at odds with allies on issues like climate in iran french president emmanuel macron tweeting the american president may not mind being isolated but neither do we mind signing a six country agreement if need be at washington watchdog jamie pre says it doesn't seem to be that doesn't seem that the president even wants to be there after trading barbs with the leaders of france and canada this week you can tap the jamie dupree button nina are app to read the full story and of course the president sound a singapore next week for his plan summit with north korean dictator kim jong un a lot of our listeners are asking us why the pulse lawsuit against the city and police is being filed now it's been two years since the pulse nightclub shooting and they're just now doing.

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Steven Wiggins caught days after Dickson County sheriff's Sgt. Daniel Baker was killed in Tennessee

News, Traffic and Weather

01:56 min | 3 years ago

Steven Wiggins caught days after Dickson County sheriff's Sgt. Daniel Baker was killed in Tennessee

"American allies are speaking out against the new us tariffs on steel on aluminum abc's janai norman with the latest as concerns grow over a mounting trade war president trump says canada and mexico have long gotten over on the us when it comes to trade and nafta i love candidate i love mexico i love him but mexico's make it over one hundred billion dollars a year and they're not helping us with the border because they have strong laws and we have horrible laws both canada and mexico joined the eu in announcing reciprocal measures in response to the us imposing new tariffs on steel and aluminum janine norman abc news washington a suspected cop killer in custody after a day's long man hunt in tennessee abc's mark remillard with that story authorities at tennessee's hickman dickson county line say suspect stephen wiggins was taken into custody after being spotted in a wooden area by a road two days after authorities say he shot a dickson county sheriff's deputy dead willfully obeyed the trooper into custody without further incident tennessee highway patrol colonel derek stewart authorities say sergeant daniel baker was killed wednesday while responding to a suspicious vehicle report a woman who was allegedly with wiggins at the time of the shooting is also facing charges mark remillard abc news main congressional members urging the trump administration not to place tariffs on seafood imports from china because it could hurt the state's lobster industry which sends millions of dollars in lobsters to china this is abc news komo news time ten oh four aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours here's mike conkland mariner's game well the should be winding down pretty soon we're in the late innings and that means that we're gonna see a lot of traffic building up the soto area and be interesting to see what that's going to do as far as really tying things up for some of the construction we have going on northbound i five from the west seattle bridge i ninety now closed your alternate route along highway ninety nine or if you don't need to go through seattle if you're coming from.

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"janai norman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"janai norman" Discussed on KOMO

"The editor's desk it's been a difficult week for political prognosticators when it comes to the us north korea summit abc's janai norman is following the latest developments and joins us on the komo newsline good afternoon today good afternoon happy memorial day and to you too so what do we know there seems to be some disagreement about where this latest round of negotiations are happening is there in american delegation in north korea as president trump has suggested there's sort of like a double blitz happening here to to really try to iron out the details in hopes of keeping a summit meeting at least close to the previously set june twelfth state so that's happening in the dmv and in singapore right now us officials trying to work with north korean officials to work these details out of course after president trump late last week cancelled that meeting kind of a you know it depends who you talk to you a bit of a surprise not really a surprise back and forth since this was really set up so what's left plan then security logistics mostly or whether or not these two leaders are going to actually show up because they know during the initial round of negotiations the north korean delegation was mia the us officials said that they were essentially stood up when president trump a couple of days later then called off the meeting but it was right after that there were kind of on both sides from sometimes it at trump as well as fano praying officials holt side made it clear that they were still willing to meet really still wanted.

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"janai norman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"janai norman" Discussed on KOMO

"President trump held a rally in indiana praising the achievement relationship with kim jong un while taking jabs at the media abc's janai norman has the story america is being respected again a victory lap in indiana for president trump we are rocking we are rallying supporters touting his administration's progress with north korea feeling triumphant after working to bring home three american detainees and not missing the opportunity to take a jab at the media in front of the enthusiastic crowd remember everybody in the fake news whether they were saying he's gonna get us into nuclear war president trump on the verge of an even bigger accomplishment a feat no other american president has done meeting face to face with the north korean dictator i'll be meeting with jim jong shoe pursue future piece i think it's going to be a very big success but my attitude is out of it isn't it is and the president's main objective denuclearizing the korean peninsula but that's summit in singapore on june twelfth has critics concerned a worry that this president in his eagerness to strike a deal and get the acclaim and a photo op strike a quick one and a bad one not a strong one not a lasting one meanwhile the white house didn't deny reports the president lashed out at dha secretary kirsten nielsen the schooling reported to be so bad she considered resigning though a spokesman denied the nielsen.

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Dangerous ‘Facebook Lottery’ scam on Facebook could cost you thousands

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

01:45 min | 3 years ago

Dangerous ‘Facebook Lottery’ scam on Facebook could cost you thousands

"Which had been up on positive earnings earlier today down fourteen mcdonald's joining the wave of companies to report not only bigger earnings growth for the first quarter but bigger than analysts expected just over half the companies of the s and p five hundred have reported their earnings for the first three months of the year and they are on pace to deliver overall growth of twenty three percent according to fact sets that would be the strongest showing since the summer of twenty ten federal reserve all but sure to leave interest rates unchanged this week though steady economic growth and inflation pressures will likely keep the fed on a path toward for the rate hikes later this year will have more money news for you coming up in about a half hour here on komo news a warning if you're a facebook user a lottery scam abc's janai norman has the red flags that you need to watch out for cameras promising innocent victims big box then duping them out of cash instead i think they just want my money away was thrilled to open this message telling her she one half a million dollars dollars that's is waking up rich tamar this game or had her full name address email and phone number insisting the fbi was involved in the check would be delivered by fedex it actually looks legit if you just you don't know any different it wasn't until a man claiming to work for fedex called asking her for three hundred fifty dollars in processing fees that's jozef got suspicious fedex telling abc news it does not send unsolicited messages or emails to customers requesting money and while facebook does require a real name to join the social media giant estimates there are as many as sixty million fake account on the site we even found some impersonating facebook founder mark zuckerberg facebook.

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"janai norman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"janai norman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Of progressive insurance and travel centers of america lawmakers on capitol hill yesterday grilling facebook ceo mark zuckerberg abc's janai norman is on the hill with what he says is one of his biggest regrets regarding foreign election interference mark zuckerberg says facebook wants to do all it can to protect the integrity of elections he admits one of his biggest regrets is that the company was slow and identifying the russian information operations in two thousand sixteen zuckerberg called it an arms race and says facebook is using new artificial intelligence tools to identify fake accounts especially large networks have fake accounts like the russians have trying to interfere in elections or spread misinformation in order to remove all of that content janine norman abc news capitol hill while a coalition of consumer groups calling for a federal investigation of youtube claiming the company violating privacy laws by collecting information on kids abc news technology contributor becky worley has more on fulmer says her kids are on youtube all the time youtube is extremely popular in our household i nuclear by like to watch things because it's really cool latin kids stefani but now more than twenty consumer advocacy groups have filed a complaint with the federal trade commission asking for an investigation into youtube and its parent company google the complaint alleges youtube is in violation of the children's online privacy act which requires companies obtain parental consent in order to collect certain kinds of personal information on kids under the age of thirteen the info the groups claim is being collected includes telephone numbers location information and identifiers that can be used to recognize user over time and different websites if this complaint is true it's pretty bothersome to me i feel like it's very important to keep their information private the ftc confirmed it received the complaint and had no further comment youtube is pushing back saying.

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Apologetic Zuckerberg offers mea culpa on first day of hearings on Facebook data scandal

America's Truckin' Network

01:56 min | 3 years ago

Apologetic Zuckerberg offers mea culpa on first day of hearings on Facebook data scandal

"Of progressive insurance and travel centers of america lawmakers on capitol hill yesterday grilling facebook ceo mark zuckerberg abc's janai norman is on the hill with what he says is one of his biggest regrets regarding foreign election interference mark zuckerberg says facebook wants to do all it can to protect the integrity of elections he admits one of his biggest regrets is that the company was slow and identifying the russian information operations in two thousand sixteen zuckerberg called it an arms race and says facebook is using new artificial intelligence tools to identify fake accounts especially large networks have fake accounts like the russians have trying to interfere in elections or spread misinformation in order to remove all of that content janine norman abc news capitol hill while a coalition of consumer groups calling for a federal investigation of youtube claiming the company violating privacy laws by collecting information on kids abc news technology contributor becky worley has more on fulmer says her kids are on youtube all the time youtube is extremely popular in our household i nuclear by like to watch things because it's really cool latin kids stefani but now more than twenty consumer advocacy groups have filed a complaint with the federal trade commission asking for an investigation into youtube and its parent company google the complaint alleges youtube is in violation of the children's online privacy act which requires companies obtain parental consent in order to collect certain kinds of personal information on kids under the age of thirteen the info the groups claim is being collected includes telephone numbers location information and identifiers that can be used to recognize user over time and different websites if this complaint is true it's pretty bothersome to me i feel like it's very important to keep their information private the ftc confirmed it received the complaint and had no further comment youtube is pushing back saying.

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"janai norman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"janai norman" Discussed on KOMO

"Four decades in prison in a model in made for thirty eight years convicted of killing his ex girlfriend and her fouryearold son eighteen 78 coley always maintained his innocence it was advance dna that set him free technology that wasn't available until recently not one piece of evidence used convict at any of his dna on it but it did have dna from other people governor jerry brown ordering his immediate release saying coley was unjustly incarcerated alex stone abc news los angeles at a claimed the former us gymnastics team doctor pleaded guilty the sexual assault abc's janai norman has the latest from the victims now speaking out blaring answer is accused of the lasting more than a hundred girls stating back to the late 1990s including his time as a doctor in michigan state university angel dan hollander is a former ms you jim this today i am grateful for the army of women that has stopped to pedophile nasser pled guilty to seven counts of criminal sexual conduct involving girls younger than thirteen and as old as fifteen he faces a minimum of at least twenty five years in prison janine norman abc news washington on wall street wednesday the dow fell sixty four points this is abc news kony whose ability traffic every ten minutes on the fours club by on highway 512 near self meridian bold left lane is blocked by of cable barrier and we do have a one car collision in that tukwila southbound i 5 at click it at drive it's mostly off to the right side though this report is brought to you by mad cow delivering so feel okay forgetting your lunch forever participating locations only order at panerabread dot com or download the the app panera food as it should be your next report at 1214 i'm jay phillips.

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"janai norman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"janai norman" Discussed on KOMO

"4's let's get the latest we're looking at some travel times sovereign to renton northbound 167 that ten minutes everett to delve he twenty seven minutes everett to seattle twenty eight in north on federal way to seattle nine minutes you're pretty much at the speed limit right now barely mild conditions on our mountain passes stevens blewett snoqualmie in white passes are all why though open this morning me in some style on the side tech with sunshine it might be and i speak for dr that's aaa traffic i'm dustin ricky on komo news village like we might have a few clouds to start the morning but those will be burning off his sunshine later this afternoon absolutely gorges conditions for kickoff at centurylink field between the texans of the seattle seahawks monday mostly sunny high rise again in the low 60s sunshine on tuesday maybe a shower or two of them wednesday raed definitely on thursday i'm jeff pohjola the forecast from the komo forecast team among his one thousand fm 97 7 your world is changing stay connected stay informed a california congresswoman said she is sharing her personal experience with sexual harassment in the hopes of inspiring current and former congressional staffers and members to do the same am congresswoman jackie spear of california said that a chief of staff whom she did not name forcibly quote kissed me and stuck his tongue in my mouth and quo this was while she was working as a congressional staffer joining us now from capitol hill's abc's janai norman and well first off how big even the issue is this on the hill oh wow air there were studied darren back in july by rollcall i macronet forty per almost half i've seen commercial fathur say that bear a sexual harassment probably here on capitol hill the survey found one in female eight hundred eight personally.

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"janai norman" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"janai norman" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Recovering addicts janai norman with abc news joins us to to give us the details now jinnah how are you i'm good ended up president today at the white house basically declared ivy opener a crisis and nationwide a public health emergency abroad already quick drafted why hidden to her the epidemic national emergency that would include government funding other fans right now that public health emergency government summer saying baker basically you know uh word without money but this is what he's done in the past i mean if you look at everything from uh from deferred action for childhood arrivals two of our own tax reform he's telling congress i am now putting the spotlight on you to act and put some teeth behind this oh absolutely and i guess for a lot of people who who voted for the president and they think today he essentially campaign saying their administration would address the opioid epidemic i mean it's actually the carol nearly a hundred american again hey there are some community they're hit especially hard by this epidemic in president talked about it a lot uh but it so now crash forward to win you know he fairly going to be making his big news about it but it doesn't seem could do very much on the order he signed gave that will expand access the medical services in rural areas and the predator credited administration will crackdown on npr are imported from china um but you know so people are wondering what will enable could do without putting real dollars behind the effort and we know if congress is going to do anything here i mean they've been trying lease republicans have been trying to put a bunch of of opioid crisis monies into whatever repeal and replace plans that they've had we know the dose of fallen flat so is there any onus for them to actually get something done before the end of the year you know we'll have to see because again congress has of very long could do.

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"janai norman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"janai norman" Discussed on KOMO

"Abc's janai norman in washington in an exclusive interview with abc news johnson's widow said she was angry with president trump's tone during a condolence call my husband name name 'cause he told me mad the core and that's why he actually led david i heard him down lay on china or meanwhile is winning on twitter mr trump said he was very respectful voting seventy nine to sixteen the senate decided to move forward on a thirty six billion dollars after relief package of the wake of the hurricanes that ravaged houston florida in puerto rico utah republican mike lee one of the no votes ship this thirty six point five billiondollar aid package passes made more money and more power for government programs that in some cases left us vulnerable to these disasters in the first place final vote expected tomorrow a suspect is in custody after a shooting rampage north of san francisco school that's left two people dead and two wounded detectives in lake county you're working over half a dozen different crime scenes around the town of clear lake oaks the alleged gunman is as sixty one year old man they sheriff in lake county telling us a motive for the rampages in known it's also not known if the victims were related to the gunman abc's alex stone suspect surrendering at a road blac on wall street the dow closed down fifty five points you're listening to abc news stay connected stay informed this is 20 minutes of nonstop news komo news one thousand fm 97 7 good afternoon it is five o ju mostly cloudy we have 62 degrees in downtown zia annalisa jaffe with tom glasgow and here are the top stories from the komo twenty four seven news center at kent man who withdrew a lawsuit against dead mary that drove him out of public office has refiled a legal case against seattle's former mayor come us charlie harger has the story build on heckert new lawsuit not only accuses murray of lee raping and molesting him as a teenager but it also believes in the city of seattle for enabling marie to use his political office to slander heckert in other alleged victims murray stepped down after several accusers came forward accusing hill of child sex abuse was mad markevic asked maria about the case earlier this month as a private citizen you're going to be sued by the the people who.

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"janai norman" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"janai norman" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"The role of the dollar here what's it playing right now and you'll look the equity markets in particular it's an excellent question the dollar's than rallying albeit modestly the dal has been rallying sincerely september along with a sell off antonio treasury yelled so i think the dollar is largely reflecting fed that's transitioning to a second phase of tightening and that's creating this century rotation it's well and when the dollar rises that naturally diminishes the returns four they must multinational stacks them securities that have the greatest hair there sales from overseas there must dollarsensitive those security is if he quintile the sp 500 and you look at the top quintile of stocks that are sensitive to multinational sales the securities have outperformed by 14 hundred basis points so far this year so the dollar decline has been a big benefit stacks a month with multinational exposure and we're seeing this modest dollar rally those stocks in september so far i don't mean to cut in near but there was the mother of all juergen quintile as a verb sms in fourteen hundred basis points is french for fourteen full percentage points that's the word that will get you to the cfa his janai norman for for interrupting mr that's fine so you've got the doll you false the gut with the feds up to as i mentioned we're going to hear from janet yellen today we we now have a timetable for an an outline of this balancesheet to unwind is that weighing much on on on the equity markets at this point it's the nod but i will say it is one of our concerns fairly twenty eighteen and i'll tell you why because for the first time.

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"janai norman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"janai norman" Discussed on KOMO

"To combat global warming his beckoned americans scientists to bring their fight against climate change to france abc's tom rivers in the french capital hat bound human remains in at approximately twelve and a half for the common grave bucks county district attorney met weintrob in the news conference late wednesday night announcing that cadaver dogs found remains on a pennsylvania farm and they have identified one of the four missing men as nineteen year old dean finocchiaro more from abc's janai norman persons of interest 20yearold cosmo denardo posted bail on an unrelated weapons charge and was out of jail less than 24 hours before he was real arrested denardo was charged with stealing and trying to sell 21yearold thomas meals car after authorities found the car in a garage on denardo family's property with meals dyp's medication still inside its abc's janai norman it's a yes from democratic senator dianne feinstein who says she'll vote to support president trump pick for fbi director christopher ray feinstein is the only senator who is convinced by raise testimony on capitol hill wednesday they were satisfied with his answers that he's a just that fax kind of guy he's not afraid to tell us the president he was threatened to resign over controversial surveillance plan during the last bush administration abc's chief justice correspondent pierre thomas followed get overwhelming demand for recreational marijuana nevada regulated regulators are set to vote thursday on a merger this is a chitwood night on licensing for pot distributors this is abc news you're top local stories from.

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"janai norman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"janai norman" Discussed on KOMO

"Of american companies including apple citi group walmart and even energy company exxon mobil or to the president nafta quit the agreement arguing participation would help we will see if we can make a deal that is fair and if we can that's great and if we can't that's fine but the leaders at france germany and italy saying in a group statement the paris climate accord cannot be renegotiated french president emmanuel macron speaking in english inviting american scientists to move to france to work on climate change goals in united states turned its back on the world but france will not turn its back on americans make our planet's great the game issue caused a deep divide within the president's inner circle and essentially try seen as a win for chief strategist steve bannon and a loss for a vodka trump in her husband jared kushner who both lobbied for the president to stick with the deal janai norman abc news washington russian president boat denies he made any backroom deals with the trump administration these are your world headlines from abc news in an interview putin says there never was any deal to ease sanctions on his country former president obama had ceased to diplomatic russian compounds in the us in december and expelled a number of russia and said to be intelligence operatives as punishment for alleged russian interference in the election putin through a translator i saw what was happening to be frank it was a great surprise luton was speaking at a forum in saint petersburg some environmental campaigners overseas have staged protests against president trump's decision to pull the the us out of the paris climate accord authorities say at least eight protesters are dead as hundreds of people demonstrated in kabul for better security and prince william has met with police officers who responded to the suicide bombing in manchester and he offered his gratitude for the help.

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