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"jennifer jones" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"It is 69 in Braila 61 in Malibu, 67 in Arcadia. We lead local live from the KF 24 Hour news room and Jennifer Jones Lee. I'm a man wrong around. No, nothing can break done Nothing in fresh me down. Can't buy em 6 40 live everywhere on the I heart radio app. This is the bill handles show And here he is, If you want to see some Photographic evidence that Bill Handel is still very cool. Go to Twitter at Bill Handel Show or Instagram at Bill Handel Show. And you will see that proof. And here he is the cool man himself. Bill handle. Good morning, Bill. Hey, Good morning. Yeah, people that are going on social media. You can see how much weight I've lost. And that is the best diet in the world. Let them crack. Open your chest. And play. Toss the egg with your heart, and you, too, will lose a bucket of weight. I was not referring to the fact that you have lost some weight. When I said you look cool. I'm referring to the cool sunglasses that they will see you sporting in those photos. Yes. Well, okay, highlight, but out there, you know, it's Southern California. What can I tell you? That's our weather. You wear sunglasses, and it's a lovely way to go before we start. I know we have what's happening with the Department of Justice. And Boy, is that fascinating stuff? Thank you to Avenue got public insurance adjuster. A lot of people don't even know what, uh, a public insurance. A gesture does go to Abner God, that's a V N E. R g 80, and you'll see if your house floods that's who you go to, because you don't want to deal with the insurance companies. I've been doing that for 30 years. It's a god awful mess. Okay, let's move on. Well, as you know, the Department of Justice now has filed this lawsuit against Texas over their abortion law as an attorney. And a fan of abortion rights. What do you make of this? This is one of the weirdest cases I have ever seen. Number one. It goes from ridiculous. I mean, truly ridiculous. Uh, with Governor gray at it when he did. We talked about this yesterday. The East. The most ridiculous statement. How do you take care of Law. What you deal with the woman who, for example, they suffered rape or incest still have to carry the term and his answer was well, rape stops Today. It stops right here, and we don't have to worry about women who have been raped because there is no more rape. Okay? I mean, that's just ridiculous. Department of Justice a little bit different. The Department of Justice, and I truly don't understand what our attorney general was saying. And that is he is filing a lawsuit against the new care The New Texas law. And He says. The basis of that is that the law is unconstitutional. Well, guess who determines constitutionality or not? It's the Supreme Court. So he is going to be arguing ostensibly, and I think this is the case department. Justice is going to go for the courts. The attorney general of Texas is going to go before the courts. And asking, and they're going to ask. Well, we'll tell you what's constitutional or not. We don't care what you said in 1973, and by the way once you said it, you can't change your mind. I mean, that's kind of stupid. It really is. Constitutionality is the Supreme Court. There were days stops there starts there, and it moves on from there, and they absolutely can overrule. Prior rulings of Supreme Court at the Supreme Court, right and they haven't It's not that they do it all the time, but they do it from time to time and they could do it here. Yeah, well, I mean, look at I think 18 96, but not, uh, if I'm not wrong about the date, there was a case Plessy versus Ferguson where the Supreme Court upheld the right to separate the racist. This was on a train and it uh, Mr Plessy, who was African American, was thrown off the train or moved into the black section. He sued. And the Supreme Court said that's fine and then the separate with Eagle statues that that's fine. And then they totally reversal in Brown versus education. It's the Supreme Court that does it. And I don't know where Merrick Garland is going with this, arguing that the court itself and its decisions are unconstitutional. Well, I think he's trying to find a way around the fact that they, Texas wrote the law. So that it would be very hard to challenge it by saying we have this law and this restriction but nobody connected with the government will ever enforce it. And Ha ha! Then see, you can't really sue because normally When you pass an unconstitutional law, you sue the government from enforcing it, But you can't sue the government here because they're not going to enforce it. And so what's that? I mean, is this going to is that is that clever trick going to work in the long run? You know, even if it wasn't a clever trick if it was straight out attack on Roe v. Wade, this court is going to do everything to, um Eliminate abortion. Abortion is basically gone because here's what's happening before you had various laws, And the argument was always these laws that were passed and you're right. These laws that were passed or effectively to eliminate abortion, uh by nips a little bits and pieces and I don't know what's going on with my phone and I effectively what the court said. You know, this is a duck. It walks like a duck. It talks like a duck. You can't go around and say it really isn't a duck when it is go ahead and put sunglasses on a duct. What do you have, or you have a duck or sunglasses? It's still a duck, and the problem becomes The court and this is the one that is tells us that this court is going to allow, um, abortion rights to fail at the pro choice movement is going to win because usually the courts whenever the arguments made there's a facto Enforcement of anti abortion right And when that happens, the court normally says, and it goes lower Court and Appeals court and the Supreme Court. You know, you may be right. But we'll put everything on hold pending a full hearing. They didn't do this. They said. You go right ahead and restrict abortion. And then we'll talk about the case where we're going to decide whether abortion is directly attacked or not, And the way the way it was written. You're absolutely right now. I'm surprised lawsuits have already been filed. Uh, but, yeah, I don't haven't read the entire. Uh, I am ready decision and we don't know or least I don't know whether, uh, these laws have been passed or not the grandfather clause and it's It's totally Nick. What state of Texas did and it's clever..
"jennifer jones" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"We're going to talk to him at nine o'clock. See what's on his mind today. Oh, Oh, I should have gotten hold on. Jen, can you hang? Can you hang during the segment And then uh, we'll fix the thing. Yeah, Yeah. Okay. Alright. You're you're a trooper. Here's who we have for you today. Jennifer Jones. Lee. Good morning. Hello. Hello. We have Mold. Kelly. No, No, You have more. Kelly. We all know I'm only here for you. I'm only here for you went I give. Wow. Thanks. Smile Because, thanks. Yeah. You just basically disk. Everybody. Thank start flipping me the bird at 605. No, it's six. Oh, six. Oh, let me the birds, split hairs, read the transcript of board. Mr Kelly did not deny the flipping of the bird. Yes, choosing only to correct the time stamp of the bird flipping Well, this is getting off to a groovy start. Um, Good morning, Mo. Good morning, And we have Tyler Whitman running the board. Hello, Good morning, and Alex Roseau is the producer. Morning and, um, that's it right. That's all we have. There's nobody hiding under the console. Is there not enough? Conway. What's up, dude? Let's do handle on the news With Jennifer Jones, Li Mo Kelly Me the.
"jennifer jones" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Meantime, the morning crew is here. Jennifer Jones. Lee is here. I'm here and Co hosting the show All day. Fox News correspondent Former KFI reporter Laura Angle Hey, now, thanks for having me back any time. So listen. Let's talk about something that you covered are covering. You have more knowledge about this. And perhaps anybody. And that is the a massive amount of flooding that happened in New York City and in New Jersey because of the remnants of Hurricane Ida. What did you see? What were people telling you up there? You know the thing that starting at just the beginning of when we all got the warnings on our phones, Um you know that there was a storm coming. We knew that there was a storm coming. We get these alerts a lot. You know it's hurricane season and when we are dealing with those types of warnings were usually thinking about and talking about a storm coming in from the east, Coming in over water. Coming up the coast coming up the East coast heading our way. But this was so incredibly different because, as you know, Ida made her way around, up and over and then dumped down over land, and and that's why so many people were caught off guard, though the warnings were there, um and just like what we have seen in Sandy and Irene and all the other ones that I have lived through. Here on the East Coast people. A lot of people do take them seriously. But other people are like, Oh, yeah. I may not be that bad, You know? And then you had on this particular storm. You have to make the decision. Are you going to go to your basement? Or are you going to go to the center of the house Because we have these wild tornado warnings, which did in fact, happen in New Jersey. So once this happens in the devastation again of the day of light of day, um, comes around the day after and you see the amount of damage you guys probably all saw the videos of, you know, the New York City subways like looking like Niagara Falls and And the basement apartment story is just what happened there with so many people losing their lives trapped in their basements, a lot of them not legal basement apartments, but you know, we know that As history in New York City that that happens, Um, but it was just so incredible to see you know where I went on Friday, a moronic New York, which is in Westchester County. There was just just imagine the tallest person that you know. Two of them standing on top of each other. And and and more is 14 Ft of water. In Mamaroneck, where I was on Friday, and, you know people were beyond devastated. It wasn't just a we got a little flood water. I mean, rose all the way to the top of the ceiling. So the businesses But I went and talked to and I walked around. We did our live shots walking around the mud, and you've seen those live shots before. It's not just the the goods that are damaged. It's the walls in the sheet rock on the floor and the ceiling and just absolutely everything in this one guy I talked to that ran to a dollars ran a dollar store said My insurance adjuster just came. We saw these guys walking around with clipboards and the Red Cross was there and you saw the insurance suggestions. You look good. You know, at least something's going to come here and tell these guys that they're okay. Most everybody we talked to said we're not going to get any financial relief. They told us that we're not covered under the policy or whatever policy they had. And it was with tears in their eyes saying, You know, we barely made it through Covid. So there's that financial lost the business loss. And, of course, the loss of lives. It's crazy, right? Because of the amount of people that died in the in the Gulf and Louisiana compared to what happened in the Northeast. We lost over 50 people up here there When I was reporting on Labor Day I was in New Jersey. There were still four people missing. 18 and 21 year old were swept away in a car and they were still looking for them on Monday. And it's just It's a type of devastation that we haven't seen. Sure Sandy and Irene were awful awful. But this just felt different and and reflected as much by the lawmakers that came through and including the president coming through and talking about how this was. You know, this is code red. This is climate change. This is different than we've seen before. And now we wait. To see about the federal aid that was announced. What is that going to mean? In reality for these people who are just absolutely out of their homes and businesses? With literally the clothes on their back. Now, you mentioned some of these basement apartments were illegal. And I know I've been single headlines about it, but Is that relevant to The flooding. In other words, the difference between is there a difference between a legal basement apartment and an illegal basement apartment that one would get flooded in one wouldn't well, you know, it's it's an important It's an important question that you asked because it really doesn't but but if you do have illegal Basement apartment. There are measures in place in many of an egress of a way to get out. So if you have some type of an egress that will let you get out like I don't know if you saw the video of the NYPD officer that tried diving into the water to get into a basement apartment, and unfortunately the door was closed. And it's just like the theory of driving your car off of a bridge. If your window isn't open, you're not getting in. So they were trying to get into that door. They couldn't There was there were live wires. They had to stop what they were doing. They had to wait for the f D. N Y to come. And once they got in there, there were two adults and a toddler, and they didn't make it. And it's devastating to think of those people that were trapped and could not get out and tried every which way they could to claw out of of maybe a window. That was just quickly going underwater. And when I was speaking to police officers in New Jersey I was out roaming around in Fairfield. And and we were going around. I was talking to them as they were searching and looking for people and helping people and I said to the cops, I said, What is it that stuck out to you? Obviously, you know, we're standing here in this mess, but living through what you just did, And he said it was just the intensity and the speed. We just had never seen it before. Yes, we flood here we were along the Passaic River in New Jersey. That day, and the water rises and people generally watch it. And they wait for it to go to a certain level and they go. Okay. Now we've got to get out. But it wasn't like that this time, but back to your question about the illegal basement apartments. I don't know how much it would matter in these particular cases in Queens. Um, but in theory, if you have a legal basement apartment, you have something that has been sanctioned. Something that has been looked at, and you've got a way to get out. A lot of people didn't have a way. Okay, Laura. Thank you for that. Um, let's get a news update from Jennifer Jones Lee and then Laura, we're going to talk about People are working still to this day to identify Victims from 9 11, and in fact, they just identified a couple more because they have advanced techniques. So I want you to tell us about how they're doing it and and who's doing it and and Whether there's been any hiccups along the way. There's been a 20 years ago, and there's still every day there people looking at human remains and trying to identify them to give closure to their families. This is K f I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I Heart radio app. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says the U. S. Is on track to default on the national debt sometime next month. She told Congress she doesn't know exactly how long the special measures being used to avoid defaulting can last Hurricane Larry's not expected to reach the East Coast but could cause big wave starting today.
"jennifer jones" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The news right now. Jennifer Jones, Lee and me and a comedian and two other people died after apparently overdosing on cocaine that had been laced with fentanyl. This happened at a home in Venice. And another person, a comedian and model who lives next door was over there and, uh, survived but was also affected. By this fentanyl laced drugs. It's just Happens more and more and more fentanyl is so inexpensive. That it's being put into everything. Forget the morality issues around illegal drug use. Like all that. Forget all that just the consumer. Awareness aspect that you cannot know. Whether what you're getting now is what you wanted or something much more deadly. So what the the moralist answer would be stop using illegal drugs. The other answer would be You got to decriminalize everything so that it can come from reputable lab tested sources. Just like now, you know, you walk down the street. There's any number of cannabis dispensaries full of pot stuff with and a lot of them With little like, um, Q r codes you can scan It will take you to the lab analysis of what's in it, and everything and Don't think this country's never going there, but the idea that there'd be stores that also sell cocaine. And maybe, um, psychedelics and same thing like here's a thing of cocaine with a Q R code and you scan it and a lab actually tested. What's in that bag E and you would know what you were getting. All right. The City Council in Portland. Announced that it was going to vote on an emergency resolution this week that would stop trade and travel with Texas. This is all in response to the abortion restrictions there, and if passed, the ban will continue until the state of Texas withdraws the abortion law or its overturned in court. I'd love to see the big fat stack of documents that show just how much Travel and business part of the state has Oh, it's not even the state. It's just Portland. Yeah, I'd like to see what what kind of dollars are at stake here is purely symbolic, right? Sure which I don't Necessarily have a problem with symbolic gestures. But let's recognize it for what it is. I don't think Governor Abbott now is quaking in his boots Poor because they might they might lose all that sweet, sweet Portland, Oregon business travel money Well, joining the backlash against Texas's abortion law, The Satanic Temple, a recognized religious organization. It's just as legitimately a religion as far as the laws of this country are concerned as Name Presbyterian is, um They Are lobbying the FDA to give abortion pills to Satanic Temple members in Texas. Their arguments That their religion Not only believes in abortion but conducts what they call abortion. Ceremonies. So in other words, if you if you're having an abortion and you're a member of the Satanic Temple, it is it is also considered a religious Act. And therefore that Texas's law violates the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, and they're also trying to turn on Texas government, You know, because Ken patched in their egg has been so big on. We must protect religious freedom. And they're like, all right, Put your money where your mouth is. You want an abortion? We have to have an of portion for our religion there. But here's the thing there there. I mean, I get what they're doing, and I always love theater. And this kind of culture disruption. I don't think really, truly abortion is considered a sacred ritual in the Satanic Temple. But all right, whatever, you know, try to throw another monkey wrench into the thing And they know it gets him headlines. Absolutely. We're talking about it, maybe recruit a few a few new members. Oh, no. I'm so glad that you're the one who has to present this story. We talked about it at the beginning. The Dodgers lost to the Giants 64 that we don't have to dwell on this breaking giants and first Yep. Stupid. You know what I like. I'm going to call out Alex now. The story that she gave us Yeah to talk about how the Dodgers lost to the Giants. Is written by a San Francisco news outlet from the point of view of the giant How the Giants Dead Duggar triple? Yeah, it's all about how awesome the article is all about how awesome giants are. Well. A judge has ruled that at the trial of Parkland shooter Nicholas Cruz Witnesses and prosecutors will not be allowed to call him an animal. Or any other derogatory names. This turned into a big debate about well, can we call him a murderer? And the defense said No. You can't call him a murderer. Because that's derogatory. You can't call him a school shooter. You can't call him a killer. The judge here I think, um, has their head on straight. Because they said, Oh, no, no, no, no, no. Yes, You can call him killer Murderer. School shooter. You can call it a mass shooting. You can call it a massacre because those are legitimately descriptive. Terms based on facts. What you can't do are things like monster animal or that don't have anything really to do with the facts of what happened and that exist only To, I guess, disparage his character in his humanity when those have been objections anyway. Yeah, well, yeah, but you don't know if the judge would have sustained got it or overruled, and I think what they wanted to do is they didn't want to constantly. Have to go through. Objection, Sustained or overruled, or whatever. So the judge set the ground rules in advance and that that's fine. The last thing you want Is an appealable issue in this trial. That's the last thing you want True. All right, Jen, would you please give us a news update, and then we'll finish up handle on the news. It's K F. I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I heart radio.
"jennifer jones" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Locked down. This is not the America I grew up in. It's a stunner. Yeah, we'll talk about this polling coming up. Next John and Ken K. F i. Deborah Marquez News. Firefighters in Santa Ana are working to free a possibly naked woman who got stuck between two buildings were not 100% sure how she got there. But the problem is right now we can't physically get to her and she can't physically get out. Orange County Fire Authority Captain Tan Wind tells Katie Lee the spaces nor no more than a foot wide, he says The plan is to drill a hole so they can stick a camera in there than prop. Probably cut through a wall to get to the woman. The key is when we cut we're not actually causing any harm to her. The woman has been talking with firefighters. The news is brought to you by counting dental. The feds have charged 19 people in connection with the drug ring that took heroin orders at two call centers in Orange County. The FBI alleges more than $2 million was laundered as part of the conspiracy, which included suppliers, distributors and drug mules from Mexico. Customers seeking heroine called the Center using coded language largely referencing Mexican food. FBI assistant director in charge Kristi Johnson says people would order enchiladas and heroin would show up in about 30 minutes. This operation function like a 1 800 phone number for heroin. But as today that number has been discontinued. 12 people were arrested and seven are fugitives as part of Operation Horse collar at the FBI resident agency in Orange, Corbyn, Carson K. If I knew if you already feel stressed out, there's one city in so Cal, where you might not want to move, San Bernardino made the top 10 of a new list that shows the most stressed cities. In the U. S personal finance website. Wallet helped looked at four stress factors, including work, financial, security, family and health and safety. Cleveland, Ohio is considered the most stressed city on the list. But San Bernardino ranked sixth out of 182. As for the least stress city, South Burlington, Vermont holds that title with Fremont, California coming in as the secondly stress city on the list. Jennifer Jones Leak a F I News. Teen pop star Olivia Rodrigo is set to visit the White House to help push the Covid 19 vaccination effort among younger people. She is scheduled to meet tomorrow with President Biden and Dr Fauci to answer important questions Young people have about getting vaccinated. Rodrigo's White House meet and greet will be featured on her social media accounts as well as the White House's social Pages. The nominations are out for this year's Emmy Awards. The crown and the Mandalorian lead the pack getting 24 nominations each hit series Cobra Kai, based on the Karate Kid movies, has been nominated for best comedy. Cedric The.
"jennifer jones" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Everybody will handle morning cruise handle on the news as we Actually go through as many stories as possible, because there's a lot of news, Jennifer Jones, Lee Wayne and me. Lead story. A God awful story yesterday, this building in Miami's condo building Just an entire wing just collapsed. It was 9 11 in terms of the collapsing of the building. They don't know why I came out of the blue. It was 1 30 in the morning. And four people confirmed they had 159 people unaccounted for. And so they and they have, you know, you would think they would have already taken out dozens of people from the debris. They haven't And the reason they have no idea in terms of how many people imagine this. It's 1 30 in the morning. You're asleep. And I so you're not wearing I'd obviously you don't have your ID with you a fault. You don't have a phone next to you, or if you do, it's on the nightstand and all of a sudden the building comes down. So you're not going to see a lot of people making phone calls, and they only heard a couple of people witnesses yelling for help. And they if you if you saw the video if you saw the news last night, uh, 1 10 year old boy was pulled out. Alive. And he was able to get his hand up through the rubble, wave his hand and yell for help. Here I am. It is a horrific story and civil engineers go crazy. I tell you, I would not want to be the contractor. Or the designer of that building, Probably the contractor. Well, a couple of things there reports that there was roof work, but how was done, But how is that going to affect the collapse of a building? If your time a roof work? They talked about the load that was on the top of the roof. And could it have been on one particular area? That was specifically week the, um, equipment that had been brought up there. Also, they talked about the settling of that building that I think is a bigger deal. One part settled more than the other. As far as the roof is concerned, I mean, these buildings are over engineered, and so they're not going to be loading up slabs of metal or concrete up on the roof. Uh, it's going to be whatever supplies they need new air conditioning units, etcetera, So it's well, we're gonna find out and a lot of civil engineers were interviewed, and, uh We'll see what happens. I mean, but first, obviously the rescue and unfortunately it's going to be turning into a recovery very quickly. All right. The delta variant is spreading across California, but it's not all bad.
"jennifer jones" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Am 6 40 live everywhere on the I heart radio at this is your wake up call. I'm Jennifer Jones. Lee. Some of the stories we're watching in the K F 24 hour newsroom. Prosecutors in Orange County have set up a tip line to figure out if a couple charged in the murder of a six year old boy was involved in any other road rage cases, Orange County D a Todd Spitzer says. The couple was in a white Volkswagen when Aiden Leo's was killed last month on the 55 Freeway. Prosecutors say Marcus areas and when Lee have admitted to threatening the driver of a blue Tesla with a gun just days after Leo's was killed now the couple has pleaded not guilty. But What the prosecutors are really hoping is that they can find the driver of that blue Tesla. So if you're the driver of a blue Tesla, who was threatened with a gun on the 55 by a couple in a white Volkswagen Please call the hotline for tips. It's 714834714834 14,000 and an appeals court has blocked a federal judge's decision to overturn the three decades old ban on assault weapons in California. The group issued the ruling yesterday. Earlier this month, the judge in San Diego had ruled the ban violates the constitutional right to bear arms. The state's current assault weapons laws will stay in effect while the case plays out in court. 5 35 We'll talk with ABC is Aaron Carter SKI. I want to follow up on the Supreme Court ruling that the N C double a cannot limit the education back to benefits. That schools that can offer cannot limit the benefits that schools can offer athletes. So what's this mean for the ruling on whether schools can pay athletes because that's obviously the one everybody is focused on? So I want to know how this will impact that decision. We'll talk more with Aaron about that in just a second. It's time for biz bites. Bite of business advice on WAKA call, which Jennifer Jones Lee yesterday was a much much better day for the Dow.
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"Shannon for handle today, and Jennifer Jones Lee Michigan has confirmed The haunt of virus virus alert. You need to meet before someone gets hurt. Um yesterday, health officials in Michigan reported their first confirmed human case of Hanta virus. You can't get this from other people, but you can get it from kissing rats and eating their their their feces. Have other virus news? Yes. If you're not kissing rats and eating their faces, you might want to stay away from the mosquitoes because the first indication this year of West Nile virus circulating in L. A county Has been detected in a dead cow. Collected in South Pasadena. There was a dead cow in South Pasadena. Yeah, so Cal residents are being encouraged to prevent mosquito bites by using repellent and eliminating stagnant water sources. Well, the good news is a day like today kind of cloudy. It does not strike me as West Nile weather. The symptoms are fever, headache, body aches, nausea or skin rash. We're just someone's trying to wipe us all out. I say dead cow and I think of Rose Nyland. And I was watching the golden girls last night and I couldn't stop thinking of you, Jennifer. Good. No, I cannot see her Now is not, you know, like reading stories like I can't not do it. You know whether I always said she was my favorite, so that makes me feel good. Uh, Betty White. If you're listening this morning, are you Alright. California has one of the lowest coronavirus transmission levels in the U. S. California and we still have a mask mandate and all this other. I'm sorry..
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"Jennifer Jones Lee Now it's time for your wake up call. Thanks for listening to your wake up Call Whatever I say, and allowing the new with news with Wayne and Mo starts now. All right. Handle on the news that select All right. That's how it's supposed to start. Yes, all right, so everyone knows that Tell the show is supposed to start. Look, things happen. If we had a chart talking about the show, if we had a chart of the young, professional screw ups of every single on air person that this station, the fact is, Jen and I would be way down at the bottom of that list. So would Mo Kelly. You'd be way down at the bottom of the list, so We've learned a little bit of leeway. I think, on the other hand, watch this. Watch this, everybody Coming up today on the show. We're going to have Dr Jim Keeney talking about new research that said vaccines are better than your own body. Had producing antibodies. Comedian Eddie Pepitone is going to be here to a promoters show that's coming up, be fulfill kind of a dream of mine to talk to him and see, possibly bring down this entire corporate structure of this station. And foodie Friday will kneel, Sir Vedra to close out the show. But right now it's time for handle on the news. With Jennifer Jones, Li Mo Kelly and me lead story. Some counties are moving to yellow tear. Others are not, and it has to do With the way.
Equal Pay Day: The Gender Pay Gap Persists
"Look like it's well equal for everybody. That's because women still make significantly less money than then new statistics show women made an average of 82 cents for every dollar a man made last year. Black women and Latinos fared even worse, with black women making just 63 cents for every dollar A man made and Latinas making just 55 cents for every man made dollar. New research from Lean in dot organ surveymonkey shows the pandemic has hit Lotina's and black women particularly hard, pointing out that nearly half of them surveyed say they have less than $300 to fall back on. Jennifer Jones Li ke
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"I'm Jennifer Jones. Lee live from the key. If I 24 hour newsroom, Los Angeles is running out of supplies for the first dose of Cove in 19 vaccines. This is an enormous hurdle in our race to vaccinate Angelenos, and unfortunately it means that we will have to temporarily close. Dodger Stadium and the other four non mobile vaccination sites for two days. Garcetti says the closure is for tomorrow and Saturday and new doses won't arrive until next week. Appointments for people getting their second vaccine dose shouldn't be affected. Garcetti says. The federal supply chain has been uneven and unpredictable. News is brought to you by direct buyer's dot com Governor Newsome scope in 19 messaging has evolved Newsome standing the recent success and containing the virus 50,000 cases down to 8000 cases. 14% positivity now down below 5% positivity. But those numbers come with the caveat, actually, a variant. So two variants that we identify South African various now are in the state of California. He says. Two cases of the more contagious variant were found in Alameda and Santa Clara counties and 159 cases of the UK variant have been founding. California, Chris and Carl. Okay, if I knew, the California Restaurant Association is argued its case with the state appellate court over L. A county's Bam on outdoor dining, the association filed lawsuits to reverse the county's order. Dennis Alice represents the association. If you don't access the wrist and the other issues that come from banning outdoor dining, you have not done the right analysis. Justice Brian Curry at the time of county made that order. It didn't have any studies, specifically confirming that outdoor restaurant dining. Contributes to the spread of the disease, but it did have a rational basis for the order. Justices will issue a decision within 90 days. Steve Gregory can't find you in Orange County Sheriff's deputies been charged for allegedly filing a false report under a trainee's name and forging a signature. A woman said her license plate was stolen in Santa Monica and 2019 but reported it in Rancho Santa Margarita. CSC doesn't have jurisdiction on at a county crimes. Orange County DA's Kimberly Ed says Deputy Chad Vinegar allegedly falsified the report because this trainee refused to do Changing location of the back to Rancho Santa Margarita and then forging the victim's name, she says. Renegade faces four years, eight months of convicted and you have dishonesty among law enforcement that jeopardizes the public trust vinegars on paid leave in Orange County. Corbin Carson Kay if I need prosecutors will continue to present their case for against former President Trump in the Senate today yesterday. House impeachment managers show new video from the attack on the U. S. Capitol. Republican Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski says there's strong evidence against Trump is pretty damning. But.
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"Jennifer Jones, Lee Wayne and me Well, California Governor Gavin Newsom might be feeling a little blue Cem. Who hit the road. Don't guess approval ratings are going down The Turl. It's right. His ratings are gruesome. Oh, actually done. This is a UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies Poll, about a third a little over a third of registered voters said they would vote to kick him out of office. Now, 45% said they wouldn't But His approval ratings 46%, which is way down from just four months ago. If you look at the trend, he's in trouble. Yeah, the vote will take place. I'm convinced of that. There will be a recall election and I am still at this point convinced that he is not going to be removed from office. Although Less convinced that I was last week. Have a friend who is a staunch staunch liberal. Who admitted to me that she had voted, I guess on the there she'd signed the petition or whatever, and her exact words were. I hope that my liberal friends don't find out about this. But if that guy and they went on this rant about all the different things that she was mad at him about and there is a chance I mean, we are not shy. We Californians are not shy about putting Republicans into the governorship. We've done it plenty of times. And so you got John Knox ran against him, Uh, Cox, John Cox Knox cocks all the same, but who also got thrashed? Hey did But at that point that at that point, Newsome was popular. He was on his way up. Hey, didn't have the baggage that he now has Think former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer is a is a more formidable opponent for Newsom. Yeah, it's just that Cox has name recognition and So we'll see. All right. We've got an update on this story. Now in a Florida we understand now two FBI agents have been killed. Three others were hurt while serving a search warrant today. That's a tough story. They say police and Sunrise Day There was a guy suspected of possessing child porn. He was barricaded in his house. They shut by nearby traffic. This sunrise police told drivers stay away from the area. And all they know is that at least five agents were shot in this home, and we'll keep an eye on this one. I'm sure more information is gonna come out not the kind of crime Where you would be especially expecting. This to happen. I mean, usually child pornography. Defendants are pretty passive when law enforcement shows up, so they weren't took everybody for a loop, but it would deadly enough. And what happened to him? What happened? Yeah. Do I have that? They don't read the story correctly. Was he killed? Oh, the suspect? Yes. Okay. I do have confirmation. So you've got two FBI agents okay, who were killed, three wounded and the suspect is dead. Good. Ah, guy was so upset that his flight was delayed at Oakland Airport that he did something really dumb. Hey, told one of the staffers of the airline That ain't a bomb in his luggage, which That's not going to get you where you're no anything. It's really weird. You know, I remember seeing a sign.
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"By the telephone department oversight of the financial in Islam never succeed with really 77 medical opportunity. Lender. Great subject change in credit approval, Call 805 101 hit for more information. So cowboy, either. From Ko Phi Cloudy with a slight chance of rain today has will be in the mid fifties to write at 60, but really starting tomorrow in Friday. That's when the heavy study Rain is expected snow in the mountains as well. Highs will just be in the fifties. We leave local live from the Ko Phi 24 hour news room. I'm Jennifer Jones Leave. Are you like thousands of people who usually take advantage of January to replace their heating and cooling systems? Hi, I'm Stephanie from absolute airflow. January is the most popular Month, replacing old heating and cooling systems because of milder temperatures and end of your rebates. So if you've contemplated replacing your old heating an a C system act now take advantage of our instant dealer rebates of $1750. Plus you get 60 month zero interest financing with no money down and 10 years, parts and labor warranty So make sure you call absolute airflow today. 803 +437994 Let me say this again. January's milder temperatures make it the best month to replace your old, inefficient heating and cooling system because of absolute air flows. $1750 instant dealer rebates. 60 Month zero Financing with no money down and 10 years, parts and labor warranty call absolutely airflow today 803 437994 Actor and so I could ever put air forces need a steady partner in today's changing world. That's salesforce sales force gives you sales service and marketing all on one secure platform accessible from anywhere so you can connect with your teams.
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"Hills 44 in Braila 43 in Eagle Rock 41 in Pacoima. We lead local live from the Ko Phi 24 hour news room. I'm Jennifer Jones. Leave pushed and good morning. Go handle here on a Monday morning, January 25. As Jennifer just said tha the governor has lifted his statewide stay at home order Shutdown order, and now we're back to the color of tears. And so I don't have to worry about it here in L. A county because we're going to never make the tear that's going to open up business being the epicenter of the world. In terms of the number of cases. I mean, look at that The statistics were 4% of the population of the world were 25% of the world cases. I mean, how crazy is that? Larry King died on Saturday at the age of 87. What an interesting, interesting man. Probably known as the consummate interviewer of the last 25 30 years. His roll index was unbelievable. The people that he got did get all the way from presidents to major stars. I think a lot of it has to do not only was he a good interviewer, I'm a fan of his interview his prowess, but they were all softball interviews. I don't want to come down on Larry King. I want to talk about his life and his legacy. But, uh, everybody we've been taught about how many people could get Well, yeah. When you know that you're a star, or you're a political figure. You got to get the easy questions. But let's say that that let's set that aside for a moment, uh, I want to talk about him. And what a fascinating guy. Uh, he was born. Uh, here. United States. His parents were immigrants, Jewish immigrants, and they, like many other Jewish immigrants came over came over with nothing. And started a small delicatessen business and he grew up. It wasn't a very wealthy neighborhood that he he grew up in, but from very early days he wanted to be on radio. And I could just imagine what his parents said. Nice Jewish family. What radio? What are you nuts? Become a doctor, a lawyer. It's probably not the accent they had, by the way, I think they were more of an East European. But here he was just totally enamored of radio. So what he did. Is. He comes from New York and hey, want to be a radio, and he got a job at his tiny little radio station in Florida. Miami. And his job was sweeping the place up effectively. He was the janitor. And then a DJ. One of the DJs doesn't show up. Literally quit. I'm not coming in. And now you have this to the station manager only. Ah, you over. There's like 42nd Street, the musical you over there, You want to be on the air, and that's how he got started. Everybody has a different story. When you think about how people break into television or radio And So, uh, being Larry King. He was very good at what he does. Hey, kept on just moving up. And he had he had the first set nationally syndicated call in show. I don't know if you knew that he was up to 300 stations. At one point, hugely successful and then in the eighties, there was a guy who owned a brand new network. Ted Turner had this fledging little network called CNN 24 Hour news. And it was, uh, this was new stuff. No one had ever heard of a 24 hour news station, and it lost it shirt by the way for a very long time. And it was Ted Turner, who kept on saying This is the wave of the future and I was a visionary really was And in early days he hired Larry King. To be to have the interview show much like he did on the syndicated radio show and for a period of time, Larry King had the number one show on CNN. And had a listenership of what 15 18 people Early in those days, Cable news didn't do very well. It lost money you could. You could pay $10 for a commercial. But as CNN took off, and as people got used to 24 hour news, can you imagine not having 24 hour news today? You've got what MSNBC. You have Fox. You have CNN Blanche of other ones. Newsmax. I think Spectrum has one. Spectrum TV has a local show with 24 hours, maybe even national show. And so it's just part and parcel of who we are in those days. It wasn't so hey, kept on moving up on his beginning salary at CNN. Was $100,000 a year, which actually is pretty good when the Larry King show went on CNN's has started Uh and he ended up with about $7 million a year, which is pretty good in the world of cable news. And what he was known for eyes all as I said that going back to the beginning of the segment, all of the interviews he was getting, for example, Frank Sinatra his last interview, it was impossible to get Frank Sinatra They were friends, Marlon Brando. It was completely impossible to get Marlon Brando sitting in for an interview they never met. They hit it off so well during the course of the show is the 2 90 minute interview that Marlon Brando ends up kissing Larry King Live on the air, kisses him on the mouth. Now we're not talking about swabbing tonsils. We're not talking about one of those kinds of kisses. But one of those European kind of parent child kind of thing. And then there were all kinds of floods and the other thing that he did, and this one. He's actually being given credit for this and that is he would never read a book. When he was interviewing the author. He would never prepare. For an interview..
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"Has signed more executive orders and announced his national plan in response to the Cove. It 19 pandemic. Our plan starts with money and aggressive. Safe and effective vaccination campaign to meet our goal of administrating 100 million shots. Our 1st 100 days in office. He's also challenged Americans to wear a mask. The mask could become a partisan issue. Unfortunately, But it's a patriotic end. Right and says from now until April masks could save more than 50,000 lives. He also announced plans to reopen schools and businesses, a new testing board and the creation of a health equity task force. Group of volunteers has built a map of where people confined Cove in 19 vaccine doses in California. Vaccinate CIA organizer Mannish Greg Coker says volunteers have been calling health agencies, hospitals and pharmacies to track the doses. There will be information on how to get an appointment. If you need an appointment, what you need to bring to this place of extra restrictions, for example, some places are on the people of 75. Some places are only Doing existing patient, Greg Walker says the effort started last week in response to a tweet, pointing out how easily a crowd sourced vaccine map could be created. He says it took around 250 volunteers a couple of days to find and post the information news brought to you by victory tax lawyers. Ah, Queen of the so Cal sees has been hit by Cove. It 19. The Queen Mary in Long Beach has been closed since May because of the pandemic, and now the operator of the ship turned into a floating hotel. Has filed for bankruptcy protection. While the city of Long Beach owns the former ocean liner Eagle Hospitality actually runs the operation in 26 other hotels at this point, the city says it doesn't know what Eagle Hospitality has planned for the Queen Mary. Some hotel experts fear the filing of bankruptcy by the Queen Mary's operator is just a sign of things to come for the rest of the industry as a result of the pandemic. Jennifer Jones, Li.
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"Have some small fires in the area and Jennifer Jones Lee is following along Dodger Stadium reopening today as a vaccination site. It was a testing site. So they've reconfigured it and 7000 vaccinations a day look like are going to be able to be given out and then Disneyland Thea annual pass is finished. And John are bored engineer is sitting in the corner, weeping silently over that. The president and the impeachment trial. Let me tell you how crazy this has all gotten. First of all, I cannot think of any other president where impeachment would have happened a week before his term was over. But then this is this president and this Congress and these are the Times. So We're talking about a Senate trial. Now that impeachment has happened. A Senate trial is mandatory under law. And so the timing of all this is actually driven by the Senate rules. Trial has to begin at one o'clock P. M. The next day after the Senate receives the article of impeachment, the Senate Doesn't come back in session until January, 19th And if it receives the articles at on that day, the trial begins on the 20th. G. What day is that? Okay, So what are you gonna have? Can you imagine it's going to be a split screen on TV? Joe Biden being inaugurated Donald Trump being tried in the Senate. On the article of impeachment. Uh, now the Democrats want to move up that date. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. No, not gonna happen. So I mean, this becomes really crazy. So why would the house and the Senate this is the house mainly impeaching, enforced the trial a soon as this because Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats want Donald Trump to be declared unable to serve in any other public office as soon as possible. This is not about removing him from office. I mean, the Republicans are absolute right. What are you doing? You guys crazy? Of course we are. Except for the fact that we have to have a conviction to make sure this guy doesn't run again. And to make it even more interesting. You need two thirds of the Senate, which is you're never going to get To remove him from office. But you're going in a majority to have him barred from ever I running for office again. Now that changes the formula. And moving. The trial carries political consequences. Why, well, Nancy Pelosi, and she controls it actually could hold the article of impeachment for days for weeks before actually presenting it. So she can wait for weeks or months, so she certainly can wait for weeks. But she's argued that Trump is so dangerous. She has to move this up as quickly as possible. I don't think her argument flies because if the point of, uh, making sure that Donald Trump does not hold federal office in the future, does it matter whether it's done on January 20th or in February? Or in March. And why. Why is it such a rush? President can't run for federal office in the next two months. There are no federal offices to run for So it is a political statement that Nancy Pelosi is making Donald Trump is such a risk to this country, and that's what she's been arguing. We have to make sure he never runs for office again, and we have to do it now. Because what happens time sort of dissipates. The danger on assuming is the philosophy here. Now the Senate the argument is going to start with. Can we even hold the trial? Because it's articles of impeachment, which means removal from office. That's what the Constitution it was meant to be interpreted as and it's right there. Its removal from office is this primary goal? And then the barring part is kind of secondary. So the Senate is saying it's unconstitutional for us to even go there because he's out of office. Well, that was going up to the Supreme Court. And it, UM, center Rick Scott, Republican out of Florida, said the Democrats have gone off the deep end and I'm not going to you have a couple of Republicans who are even going to boycott. This thing's say, I'm done because it's not a question of how many's say No, it's a question of how many say yes. And there is only one time and we talked about this right talked about this yesterday in history that the courts can look at, and that is right after the civil war. We're in 18 76 stop reconstruction. There was a lower level of federal office holder William Belknap, President Grant's secretary of war. And that took place after he had a trial after he resigned. Then you could do it. Well, it didn't go up in the courts. Why? Because he was acquitted, so it didn't have to be. I didn't have to be contested, just wild stuff that's going on here. I mean, it doesn't get more interesting. As I've said, these are historic days and to prove my point, the natural National History Museum Is pulling out artifacts of what happened on January 6. Who put it in a display and will be there as a if not a permanent exhibit. Certainly part of their collection. Now what's gonna happen next week, the last few days of the Trump administration? What God we were fearful of I wasn't but what was talked about being for fearful but fearful of never happened, And I sort of guessed that, But man, there are some choices, and there's some avenues here that are just fun to talk about. Because I think the dangerous past I think so. We'll come back with that K f I am 6 40. Let's check in with that. Jennifer Jones.
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"It's 55 orange 44 in Seal Beach and in Mission Hills, 53 in Pasadena. We leave local live from the K F 24 hour news room. I'm Jennifer Jones Lee because the flag used to stand for freedom, she now they're trying to take out a way way. But gonna make America great again. We're gonna set up a country free from destruction and good morning. Everybody will handle here on a Thursday January of 13th. These are momentous days to say the least on the covert front. Some good news for those people that are 65 years old or over and not 75. You now can get a vaccination in California and I talked about that earlier. You have to go to the county website Healthy Health website which is crashed, But Your your priority has gone up, which is good news and The President elect Joe Biden, unveiling his relief plan today, which includes $2000. For most Americans, another check s O. That's all going on. Now, the most extraordinary thing that happened and keep in mind the United States is about 240 years old. And what happened yesterday has never happened before in the history of this country. And that is a president being impeached for the second time matter of fact, the second time with a week to go before the inauguration of the subsequent president. And yesterday, Uh, President Trump released a video where he talked about how he the violence was a Boer into how he was against it. How if you really believe in me and you support me too? You do not cause violence. I mean, just on around. I'm gonna play bits of it later. But first I want to play the audio from what happened last week. At the rally just prior to the insurrection, the storming and the attempted overthrow of the United States government and I want you to pay attention to his inflection. To his engagement with the audience to his excitement level on the fact that this was spontaneous. How he speaks. This was not on the teleprompter. He's up there for an hour and a half of these rallies off the cuff. So let's listen. Ah, little bit to what happened last Wednesday. When he's in front of these tens of hundreds. Now I think tens of thousands Of followers while the vote was being taken. Actually the confirmation of Joe Biden as the new president was happening, let's go to cut one on Let's just do cut 12 and three all at the same time, John All of us here today. Do not want to see our election victory stolen by emboldened radical left Democrats, which is what they're doing and stolen by the fake news media. That's what they've done and what they're doing. We will never give up. We will never concede it doesn't happen. You don't conceive.
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"Funding source gives local governments dust the desperately needed structure and confidence. Mayor Garcetti says that certainty will ease the effort to house people on the local front. But we can't bigger every year to try to get enough dollars. We need to guarantee the funding will come from increasing the corporate tax rate and closing a loophole that reduced taxes paid on overseas profits. Present. Carl. Okay, if I news l. A bill to fund that effort to house the homeless in California's picked up support from the mayor of L. A. We need to sustain investment, and that's what bring California home is all about. So 80 71 will have this predictable, dedicated permanent stream of funding of $2.4 billion You know, the source of the funding would come from increasing the corporate tax rate in California by less than 8% of the latest climate change. Doom and gloom report is in the paper co authored by some scientist from U C L. A predicts a ghastly future for humanity and less drastic action is taken to stop global warming of the researchers foresee declining health Climate devastation, tens of millions of environmental migrants and more pandemics in the coming years. And the new Spacey radio frequency is mooning NASA and the FM signal is coming from Jupiter's largest moon. NASA's Juno mission made the discovery on the moon Ganymede. While this isn't the first time radio frequencies have been recorded near Jupiter, this is the first time the signal has come from a moon and not the planet. So does this mean someone or something is listening to the radio on Jupiter's moon? NASA experts say no, however, they do claim the discovery will just add to the list of findings that suggest a few of Jupiter's moons might be habitable someday. Jennifer Jones, Lee Ko Phi News..
‘Lockdown’ is a British dictionary’s word of the year.
"Locked down. That's the word of the year, according to Colin's Dictionary lockdowns defined as the imposition of stringent restrictions on travel, social interaction and access to public spaces. Collins Corpus looks at both spoken and written material from things like books and websites to TV and radio and found a 6000% increase in usage of the word lock down from 2019 to 2020. Other pandemic related words and phrases like social distancing, furlough and self isolate, were also on the dictionary's top 10 list. Jennifer Jones Lee
Smash Mouth Receives Hate Mail After Crowded Pandemic Concert
"In the band smash mouth played at the annual event this year, fans crammed together for the concert, with very few face masks in sight. Smash mouth frontman Steve Har Well, even shouted at the bikers obscenities about the cove at 19 pandemic. Now, the band says, it's getting hate mail that includes words like selfish and kills Over 100. New cases of Cove in 19 were linked to the 10 Day event. The band claims everything backstage at the concert was sanitized, and his members took precautions. But it doesn't seem the group's fans followed those same procedures. Jennifer Jones. Lee News,
Petition calls for statues of Dolly Parton to replace Confederate leaders in Tennessee
"The petition is circulating asking to have statues to Britney spears replace Confederate monuments across Louisiana the petition argues he would honor an actual Louisiana heroes and she's donated to numerous hurricane relief funds and in Tennessee local lawmakers are considering an idea to replace a statue of former KKK leader and Confederate soldier Nathan Bedford Forrest with the statue of singer Dolly Parton the creator of a petition on change dot org says history shouldn't be forgotten but we need not glamorize those who do not deserve our praise instead let us honor a true Tennessee hero Dolly Parton Jennifer Jones Lee
'The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez' examines how the system failed a murdered boy
"The disturbing story behind the murder of a child in Palmdale in twenty thirteen is debuting on Netflix the trials of Gabriel Fernandez is being described as difficult to watch not just from the perspective of the facts of the story the child abuse at the hands of the boy's mom and step dad the child protective system that failed to protect him but the structure of the documentary itself is being questioned the case is spread over six parts which some true crime watchers say has become the problem with the genre trying to come up with content to fill a series the documentary which airs tonight comes with a disclaimer regarding the disturbing details of the torture Fernandes went through but filmmakers say those details are necessary Jennifer Jones Lee KFI
Waiting For The Supreme Court On Several Decisions
"Waiting for the decisions i'm jennifer jones lee live from the k._f._i. twenty four hour newsroom is handled mentioned the u._s. supreme court is just about to rule on questions including citizenship on the census and redistricting challengers argued the question would scare way non-citizens leading to under representation in congress the trump administration argued the question would help with enforcing voting rights laws several lower court judges had ruled the feds violated the law by adding the question in an arbitrary manner as soon as those decisions come down we'll bring them to
Judge rules the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional. What does it mean?
"Collective health care system. So you're gonna have to pay a fine. And then we can use that money to offset. The fact that you're not participating properly. And it went to the street pre the supreme court and people said congress cannot force somebody to buy a product. Well, you can make people have a driver's license. Yeah. Only if they wanna drive nobody is required to drive though. Well, you can make people have car insurance. Yes. But only if they want to own and operate a car on the public streets. You don't have to do that. If you don't want to and for the most part. Governments can't charge. You just for living. And they can't charge you for not buying thing. They can charge you if you buy it. But not if you don't want to and the supreme court. Really, quite honestly and chief Justice Roberts in particular. Twisted themselves into knots in order to save it. Deciding that the individual mandate was in fact, a tax and congress can in fact, Levy taxes, and therefore, it's cool. And it's kosher. Fine. Well, as you may remember last year with the tax cut legislation that the Trump administration passed they zeroed out the financial penalty for the mandate. So they let the mandate stand. And they absolutely let the Affordable Care Act stand. So now, you have a real dilemma. Because arguably the only reason that the Affordable Care Act was upheld. The first time is because the mandate came with a penalty, and that allowed the supreme court majority to say therefore, it's a tax and therefore it's cool. Well, now there's no penalty what is a mandate without a penalty. What happens when you tell your kid? It's time to go to bed. But they know that you can't do anything if they don't go to bed. Well, for one thing they probably don't go to bed. But the other thing is what kind of an order is that. And so I think it's sixteen states. No, I think it's eighteen states, including Texas filed another lawsuit, and they said guess what it's unconstitutional because now it's not a tax because it can't be tax. If there's no penalty if can't be attacks. If nobody will ever have to pay a penny for not having health insurance. How is that attacks? And this judge said that is absolutely correct. All right. So that's the first part of the decision and a lot of people agree with that part of the decision. One hundred percent. And it does make sense. It can't be a tax. If nobody ever pays a penny. Then the judge found that without the mandate. You can't have any of the rest of it. If one part of a law is unconstitutional, then you have to look at whether it can be separated from the rest of the law or not. And if it can't then the entire law goes down, if it can then you can say, well, we just don't have the mandate anymore, but we have all the rest of it. Well, this judge decided that without the mandate all the rest of it fails. And it's an interesting thing because. I think we all know the mandate really was the foundation of ObamaCare based on the idea that if everybody either has insurance or pays this money. They'll be enough coverage, and they'll be enough money. For everything to be paid for now. That's a that is structurally true. In other words, if you don't have a mandate, that's enforceable. And a lot of people decide they're not going to carry these small health insurance plans anymore, and they don't have to pay anything into the system. It makes sense that the whole thing could collapse. Economically, for example. But that's very different than saying. You can't take the mandate away from the rest of the law that it's impossible. You can take the mandate away. And then you have to see if the system falls apart or not. So the idea that they're inseparable from a constitutional standpoint. That's where a lot of legal scholars say that basically this judge went through the same kind of tortured twisting of things to get the result. He wanted that the supreme court went through when the majority there wanted to save it. This guy did the same thing in order to kill it. Right now. There's no effect. It's just a Declan declaration decision. There's no there's no consequence to anybody. The judge did not impose. An order preventing ObamaCare from continuing. He just said I find it's unconstitutional, and he's leaving everybody else to figure out what to do next which will be an appeal to an appeals court and a fairly high possibility that either at the circuit court level, or at the appeals court level that this guy will be overturned. I don't think I've ever seen this much speculation that a decision would be immediately overturned. So that's what's happening there like for right now. Really nothing's different on the street when we come back. Hey, some pensions here in L A. We know pensions are big some police former police fire in particular getting big pensions. Some of them are so big. They violate IRS rules, and what's happening to deal with that. You are not going to like it one little bit unless you're one of the people getting one of those pensions, and you're gonna like what's happening a lot. We'll explain we come back KFI AM six forty Bill Handel show. Jennifer Jones Lee high surf advisory in effect between San Diego and Ventura counties farther north and San Luis Obispo county forecasters are predicting waves as
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Instagram’s next project is a standalone shopping app
"Lee, she's got that summer cold everyone's trying to avoid. Here's some of the stories we're following in the twenty four hour KFI newsroom. President Trump says a new book by Watergate reporter Bob Woodward is full of lies and phony sources Woodward's book claims Trump's chief of staff privately called him an idiot, and the Defense Secretary said Trump has the understanding of a fifth or sixth grader supreme court nominee. Brett cavenaugh can expect to spend most of today answering pointed questions on day two of his confirmation hearings. The first of at least four days of hearings began with partisan quarreling over the nomination and persistent protests from members of the audience followed by their arrests a twenty one year old man from Newport Beach is going to stand trial on charges. He murdered a gay university of Pennsylvania student in a hate crime. A judge ruled yesterday there's enough evidence to try Samuel Woodward for the January stabbing death of blaze Bernstein. At five thirty five. It's our business buzz with CNBC's. Jane wells tech is testifying on Capitol Hill. Twitter's there Facebook's there, but where's Google? And it's six oh five it's hand on the news. We're of course, going to be talking more about day to confirmation hearing for Brad Kavanagh. All right. Let's say good morning,
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"News a mom. In the UK is warning parents to. Make sure kids wear socks while trying on shoes the mom says her. Four year old daughter was diagnosed with sepsis Day after a trip to the store where she tried on some shoes barefoot doctors say. That's how the girl picked up the infection the girl had a fever was shaking twitching and, need an operation to drain the pass from, her, leg she is expected, to be
Women Struggling to Get Pregnant Turn to Fertility Apps
"Now there's there apps. That you like an APs that you don't like they're absent or dangerous and apps. That are really, terrific this one a lot of women particularly trying to. Get pregnant thinks that this is pretty good I happen to. Think this is horrible Particularly for business Mine and there's a story here opens out of the. New York Times it opens with this couple, in the, colon Christopher Roberts Trying to start a family in two thousand sixteen she gets pregnant and then miscarried three months later. And then getting pregnant a second time became, almost impossible She started doing all the stuff that people do Neo Natal, vitamins tracking her menstrual cycle, I taking? Over the counter ovulation tests trying a few internet wacky suggestions like putting your legs up. In the air after sex which is a very exciting isn't it and. Not moving for half an hour And I soon after sex as opposed to not moving for half an hour. During sex and I've been there a few times then, what she, did is Sony I'd. For a fit bit like device called Eva is worn on the wrist at night and uses sensors to identified identify the five, fertile days and a woman's, monthly cycle? To improve her out odds of conception So she started using the device and March was pregnant by June And she's among a growing number of women who are seeking out for tiddle show. With the, app sub with wearable devices to, help, grow their families and unfortunately it looks to be. Working which well there's one more that's not coming into my office And first of all is. A lot tougher, to get pregnant we know that I've known that and. It's gotten worse the, infertility rate in this country is astronomical why lifestyles have made it a lot tougher just just mechanically working. Couples finding the time to track their menstrual cycles take ovulation tests measure their daily temperature with these basil body for thermometers and then literally saying I'll. See you tonight at eight thirty five because, that's, going to be a great time to each other Also you have women are? Focusing on careers and they put up their marriage and children until later. And the older, woman gets harder it is to get pregnant we know. That and that's what's, going on in this country pregnancy babies happening much older which of course brings down the rate of pregnancy So What do they? Do Incidentally the birth rate among women under thirty has been falling. Steadily since twenty ten and so what they're doing now is, using, apps like this unfortunately and I gotta tell you this Eva is among the most advanced technologically, data corrector or collector it collects data
Breathing Polluted Air Makes You Dumber, Study Finds
"Air pollution could, be making people dumber study shows that breathing dirty air over time has a significant impact on cognitive, ability especially in older men researchers. Examined test scores of nearly thirty two thousand people over four, years study published in the proceedings of the national kademi. Of sciences found the polluted air, Kosti productions in verbal and math scores which experts, say could impact. Someone's ability, to rent daily errands or make more serious high stakes decisions pollution. Could also. Be a risk factor in developing Alzheimer's or other forms of
Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department Looking Into Asia Argento Sexual Abuse Case
"The LA county sheriff's department is reached out to an actor who says, he, was sexually. Assaulted by me activists Asia Gento the actress was. Thirty seven in two thousand three when she allegedly gave the seventeen year old alcohol and initiated sexual contact at, a hotel in marina del Rey they. Knew each other from a movie whereas Gento, played the, boy's mother Our Shanto reportedly paid three hundred thousand dollars three hundred eighty. Thousand dollars. In hush money she became face of. The metoo movement last year when she accused. Harvey Weinstein of rape Weinstein's lawyer says the allegations reveal stunning hypocrisy Weinstein claims his for your relationship with our Gento was
Caitlyn Jenner reunites with the Kardashians for Kylie's 21st birthday party
"Jerry and Shannon Wall Street the Dow is down one hundred and eighty four s and p five hundred fourteen NASDAQ. Down thirty five this is all about Turkey and the news or I guess I should say the increase steel and aluminum tariffs at the president says he will be. Placing on Turkey their currency has fallen the
KFI, Pasadena and Chargers discussed on Bill Handel
"At the Pasadena convention. Center What's the catch Get out some always wanted. To. Eat lucky okay Jason Nathanson post a. Really good question did elf ever? Eat a cat No he tried many times to eat cats on the show like you would there were always these great funny. Scenes where he'd be sitting at. The. Table with two pieces of bread and. It'd be looking at the cat Any pick the cat lucky up and he'd put him in between the two Or he he opened his. Mouth. And try to try to eat lucky said. But then he'd, always stop yes if you want to, see an alien, alien but I mean if you want to see a creature eat a cat you have to go see that shape of water movie Well this weekend is the comic con of cats you can't bring your. Own cat that you can. Come dressed up as cats apparently people come dressed like. In cat costumes with capes like, cats superheroes there's all this catch wag and then the Pasadena humane societies, like the adoption ambassador so they'll bring lake lake there like every other shelter in LA county they are just so overcrowded so they're going to bring all of their cats, there so you can. Adopt a cat get catch wag or just go cat crazy at cat con in Pasadena and there's actually a very good reason. You might want to do it, that we will talk. About right, after this break as handle on the news continues KFI AM six forty. Jennifer Jones Lee you have some news now some ready made salads, and wraps are being recalled. Because. The lettuce might be contaminated with hair ascites. The food was, sold at stores like trader Joe's Walgreens, and Kroger we, got a complete list from the USDA add KFI AM Six forty dot. Com China's called on America to stay level headed and correct its attitude. On tariffs the US trade. Representative announced yesterday, it was considering a tariff rate of twenty. Five percent instead of ten percent for two hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods. And pope Francis has changed the Roman Catholic churches position on the, death. Penalty the pope says capital punishment is always inadmissible because attacks human dignity we'll take. A look at your commute with the KFI in the sky in the. Five next Los Angeles chargers. Fans the team is working out at training camp every. Week there August twenty third and, you can see everyone up close and personal Jack Hamid sports complex in, Costa Mesa and it's absolutely free get up close and personal to Philip rivers and Joey Bosa Derwin James and the Melvin Ingram and Gordon join us in the high five, zone welcome players to. The practice field you can meet and take pictures with your favorite chargers girls chargers fans zone interactive games for all ages visit. Chargers dot com backslash camp and, click on training camp. For more, information after an accident people are emotional and confused so what What happens when people call Turney. Sweet James bergener John James juries will always. Pick up the phone even if it's two AM a lot. Of times people are hurt and in pain and they don't know what to do so even if it's a minor..
Investigators search pig farm for missing Iowa college student; FBI gets new tip
"But Oh, boy Yeah man that's. Just, funny hey what else is going? On. Time four? What's happening Unfortunately terrible news coming out of the the news from the fire up, in Shasta county there that is burned through a chunk of reading. Cal fire now confirming that. A firefighter and a bulldozer operator have lost their lives they're battling the car. Fire we talked with. Jennifer Jones Lee a little bit earlier in the show today she's from. The area so she knows a lot of people who've been. Affected by, this fired she's got family members that have had to evacuate as well the the the most telling thing I think about this car fire burning up in reading is that there were notifications that were sent, out on social. Media by law enforcement and by fire services up there that said we're not doing we're not doing any structure protection were not trying to fight this fire that their main priority overnight was just. To get people out of the way because it. Was it was moving that fast it was. That, explosive, two thirty in. The, morning people were getting that knock? On. The door That blast through the neighborhood over the speaker. Three, firefighters for marine county fire have also suffered burn injuries I containment there is at three percent more than forty four thousand acres have burned and when, we talk about that kind of devastation these are sixty five homes. Lost fifty five more suffering. Damage and that's just one of the fires the Ferguson fire near Yosemite said. Almost forty six thousand. Acres and twenty nine percent containment and then in a few minutes actually. Corbin Carson's gonna join us in just a bit and talk. About the, Cranston fire the one near Idyllwild that's at about eleven thousand five hundred acres and they're going to have a tough day on that one but corporate's going to join us in a few minutes to talk, more about that. At some point today the New Yorker is going to publish an investigation into CBS and it CEO les Moonves says news of this impending investigation and you know where this is headed into me. Territory the impending investigation means the company stock fell. More than six percent when the news hit And so far it's very vague the, New Yorker is holding tight. To information but they're saying it involves unwanted touching, and unwanted kissing going on from from, good old less not. That this has stopped any of these. Other guys before but les Moonves has been, married to to Julie Chen for fourteen or. Fifteen years I right and before that was married to a woman for twenty five years so I mean he's been married the whole time supposedly that this has been going on but again the story itself about les Moonves hasn't hit the New Yorker, website yet but everybody's anticipating some of the details in that we told you the. Story of this missing, jogger in Iowa college student she was last seen more than a week ago while jogging believe it was Wednesday investigators are, now looking into a pig farm and numerous other properties. In Iowa there they have been looking at a number of suspects. Including a boyfriend and They they said yesterday I believe they've ruled him, out as as a suspect. In the investigation. Into the disappearance of Molly Tibbets which is, exactly what I would say yeah because you want to let them go and see what he's. Gonna do right see what he's going to get on the, texting and the and UCLA he's gonna call and all of that yeah that's that. Story is. Gonna unfortunately have a bad ending to it I believe but the. Pow pow wish, shake county emergency management agency said that they're even looking to see if. They can, track her Fitbit to see if they can digitally trace her final steps, the boyfriend to me seem suspect oh yes and there's a brother evolved as well like the boyfriend has a brother and. She was staying at someone's house to watch the dogs that something's bad they're one of the other trending stories today is the lunar eclipse it's coming today the longest. Lunar eclipse of the twenty first century for one hour forty two minutes And fifty seven seconds long as you're not under the marine. Layer you'll be able to see. The lunar. Eclipse Mars is also at its brightest. Right now we've got to bright red objects in our sky Mars one of the funniest stories today is there's. A drug sniffing dog and Columbia that has a bounty on its. Head well he does good work he apparently that pisses off the Colombian drug cartels their, Soma bra Homebrew means in English No okay shadow zero Southern California? What. Is. It shadow Yes, oh. Did you read that no liar six year old German shepherd named. Sambre is incredibly popular with kids she's at, she works at, the airport apparently but the bane your smart via has put a bounty of million pesos on this dog's head because it is to effective at what it what, it does at what, it does. Its job sniffing cocaine Sniffing out cocaine sniffing cocaine is not what the dog dot maybe that's why the, dog is, so good The over the last, three years Sambre has been credited with nine tons of cocaine. Seizures so, little little, quick prayer for Sambre make sure get wacked fine, summer is going, to, be okay you say all right we are. At HQ gastro pub in Orange County v And PCH having a party say come enjoy the cool. Breeze the, bruise the, excellent company got a lot of our friends here today Gary channel, we'll, continue just a moment Amy king has an update on the news and here's the latest on the fires burning in northern California's. Gary and Shannon and mentioned fire burning between hemmitt and mountain centers for. More than eleven thousand acres. And destroyed at least five homes we'll be checking. In with their own carbon Carson in a few minutes a man charged with arson tied to, the fire could get life in prison if convicted evacuation orders have been lifted for the two hundred acre fire burning near Pinon pines the fire burning not far from the much larger fire. Near Idyllwild, is thirty percent contained and a fire in the Colin pass is. Burned about two acres along a fifteen south of highway one thirty eight to northbound lanes. Of the freeway. Are closed because of, it we'll check your forecast. In jail, and is going to take a look at traffic problems next Oh my gosh it's going to be so beautiful out there tomorrow chargers training camp, for, the start of this free and open to the public training camp it is going to be going on till August twenty third. At the Jack handed sports complex in Costa Mesa I've been to a. Lot of NFL training camps. That I've never seen this kind of player access. That you get with the chargers high five zone alone just the high fives and where they, get off the bus and you can too high five guys I've seen a lot of grown men out there because they'd get just.
Emoluments case alleging Trump violated Constitution can proceed: U.S. judge
"Seeing, coastal, temperatures, hit the eighties. With no real relief from the heat, just yet the valleys inland locations will remain in the triple, digits through, at least the next week. This is China Mendiola with NBC four today in LA. Right now it's seventy six in brea sixty seven in Laguna beach seventy seven seventy seventy-five in. Downing we lead local from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Jennifer Jones Lee Handle here Thursday morning the twenty six Big. Stories that we're covering today, the idol wildfire KFI reporter Corbin Carson is there it'll be reporting throughout the. Day and it's not good, news, that's for sure. Horse December the fire up Yosemite, even worse news they have down Yosemite for vacationers and that's a heartbreak because I've been there. And we had to reserve way way in advance also the president in a win looks. Like. The European Union blinked on the. Tariff issue okay Here is a. Case that has come back, and, that is arguing. That the president of the United, States is violating the constitution by making a ton of money off of his properties and that. Foreign corporation and governments are booking his hotels for example and therefore he's making a profit. Now The part of the constitution that is That's involved here is the emoluments clause, and what is a, Molin. Taking money basically just accepting gifts etcetera And it is, says It's real simple the constitution bars federal officials from taking emoluments from any king. Prints, or foreign state well what does the? Amalean, you may ask well certainly the courts in the United States have never answered that because there's never been. An emolument Malaya case As far as the federal officials certainly not the presidents ever been involved so here's, the argument obviously it's much of a political argument. People saying there's a real, constitutional issue a federal judge yesterday rejected President Trump's latest effort to stop a lawsuit that alleges that the. President is violating the constitution, by continuing, to do business with foreign governments making money out of foreign governments from foreign, governments while he, is the president clearly a violation of the constitution according to those people that are. Arguing, that and if filed a lawsuit so? This, ruling US district judge Peter messy out of Maryland will allow the plaintiffs who are suing plaintiffs being the Who. Are the plane liberty this really quick DC attorney general Carl Racine and Maryland attorney general are suing. To have the court declared that I guess he can't do that and whatever, damages are coming out of that at. This point I don't. Know and what it does it allows. The plaintiffs Maryland and the district of Columbia to proceed with, their case because Trump is violated the anti-corruption clause the immoral in Amaleans clause in the constitution in this seems to be the first time a, federal judge had interpreted those provisions and apply the. Restrictions to a sitting president, now if this ruling stands because you know it's going to be appealed instantly now we're looking very closely. At Trump's business which Trump, is not, very good at sharing his businesses he keeps up pretty close to the vest And the argument is a fifty two page opinion that the judge wrote that the constitution's ban on. A Mouly on emoluments could apply to Trump Could cover any business transaction where, foreign governments, deal with, Trump and he derives a profit gain or advantage and that's exactly what's happening you look at the hotel that Trump owns for example in Washington You've got foreign governments. Who book parties for example the government of Kuwait and that happened actually they cancelled one at another at, another hotel and went, ahead and then they booked, the hotel the Trump owns by the way one of the, lawsuits part of this is that the owner, of the other DC hotel. Is suing saying you cost me business that's, on an, individual basis So the organization and the Justice department the Trump organization the Justice department urged messy to dismiss the case because the founding fathers here's the argument had written the clause to stop. Officials from taking bribes not to stop, them from, doing business and if. This goes up to, the court supreme court we're going to find out what an emolument actually is and one of. The arguments that it's being used. Is how in God's name does Donald Trump still own his business is making a pile of money from, foreign governments is being argued and still remain president It's every other official has bailed out of businesses a lot and put, him in blind trusts blind trust means someone else runs them and there's, a firewall and doesn't tell the president. Or the official what's going on with his money and, the official doesn't get back into it until his tenure. In office is over and then some people even bail out of all of their holdings to make sure that there is no conflict for example remember Rex Tillerson secretary of state for a couple of months He was a CEO of Exxon and obviously owned a ton. Of stock, he sold all of his stock he has no more money In. Anything that deals with the, government an Exxon, had a ton of different contracts with the government and President Trump simply won't do that he still maintains his businesses and he says I'm, not dealing with, the day to day operations entering know what that. Means because when Jared Kushner? And Don Jr. who? Were, now quote? Running the businesses? They don't, go to Donald Trump and got here what. Do you think dad what do you think father-in-law which way do I. Go I mean Donald Trump's pretty. Good about staying in control So? It's, not putting? The money away? In a, blind trust it's not selling off assets although The argument in Donald Trump's, favor. Is if he has to sell off his interest in his hotels and the golf courses etc and the buyers know that he has to sell them doesn't that, by definition or practically reduced the price, and effectively the government is forcing. Him to lose money. And there's nothing. In the, constitution says you, have to lose money either it's gonna be fun it really is all, right coming up next I'm gonna have a lot of fun today, is a very. Important holiday and we're, gonna, talk about Catholic contraception also known as. Vatican roulette. And we, are I, love, this. One religion contraception babies doesn't get, better than that does it.
Additives In Processed Food And Plastic Packaging Harm Kids, A New Study Reveals
"That didn't make it to television 'cause it's too preposterous, that, the suit. Said SNL said. Nah come on that's too crazy. No one's going to. Buy that this. Is for real this actually happened this. Is how stupid this guy. Is he knows he's. Being videoed the cameras are there he thinks that Sasha berry baron. Cohen Colonel is actually doing this this is a real life lesson. In how to deal. With terrorists it, is beyond hilarious and of course Jason Spencer, screaming that he's, been set up which he did which he was he's been has been taken out of context which it wasn't because I don't know how you can take this one out of. Context and it is In this day and age especially with the bad news we're talking, about the fires were talking about the shootings. We're talking about the war is about to happen between, Iran, in the. United States which. Of course it is in but. We brought it up. Another notch in. Terms of the hot hostilities it's wonderful. To see stuff like this. Is just fantastic Representative. Jason Spencer Republican what a shocker I wonder if this is gonna. Hurt his candidacy I'm willing to bet night I'm willing to bet. That he is going. To score big, in the next election I don't know enough, about how he's, doing in the. Job assuming he he's doing a good job for his constituents they are going to take his side that he's the victim of this, liberal prank yeah Gophers but he revealed a lot about how he sees the. World Oh good Lord okay coming up handle on. The news, late addition right, here KFI AM six forty Jennifer Jones Lee Europe police in Toronto asking people to share videos and photos from the scene. Of the mass shooting that killed two people and hurt twelve others a man dressed in. Black fired. A gun from a sidewalk in Toronto's green town neighborhood last night the Toronto police chief says. The shooting was not random and terrorism has not been ruled out the shooter. Wes killed by police news is brought to, you by Mike diamond the smell good plumber police in Santa Ana say a woman who was, killed in a skateboarding fall had been pulled along by a car the twenty four year old woman apparently fell about one thirty yesterday, after getting separated from the car that had been pulling. Her officials say alcohol may have. Contributed to the accident mayor Garcetti he's leaving on a jet plane he said into Asia to lead a delegation of leaders from the ports of. Los Angeles world airports and the l. a. tourism and convention boards the group will spend the, next ten days in Tokyo Seoul hotel in city in Hong Hong working to, strengthen relationships and boost investment in tourism in LA China Japan Korea and Vietnam are LA's four leading trading partners and almost, two million people from Asia visited LA last year alone the trip will be our cities. Fifth out. Of the state in six weeks Amy king KFI news ridesharing one thing streaming it live is. Quite another hundreds of Uber riders on these Saint Louis area apparently had no. Idea their conversations with the driver were not, only being recorded they were being streamed live to his channel on the website twitch the driver, Jason Garg ACA fluorescent Missouri has been suspended from both Uber and lift Gaga said he was just trying to capture the natural interactions, between himself and his passengers passengers seen and heard on. The feed include children drunk people. Some vomiting and people talking trash about friends and relatives and even their bosses Michael KFI new a new report from the American Academy of pediatrics. Says food packaging can be bad for children plastics chemicals in cardboard food packaging and nitrates Processed meats, have all been linked to worse immune systems, and higher obesity risk the, report also says cutting out synthetic food coloring may reduce ADHD symptoms the, pediatricians, recommend eating less processed food and keeping plastics out of the microwave or dishwasher and the governor of Tokyo's Tokyo Japan. Says beating the heat wave is. An important consideration for the twenty twenty Olympics, the temperatures, reached one, hundred, two degrees today in. Tokyo some outdoor events like the marathoner scheduled now for early morning officials, also are working on. Special lower heat road pavements miss Breyer's and tall trees. Along the roadsides traffic from the helpful socal Honda traffic center, let's..