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U.S. airlines face too many travelers, too few planes in 737 MAX summer dilemma
"Jennifer Kushinka, only has the grounding of Boeing seven thirty-seven max jetliners been an inconvenience for many travelers now may result in higher price fares. To airlines have extended flight cancellations into August is efforts to fix the planes continue to face delays American says it will cancel max flights through August nineteenth south west which has the biggest fleet of max jets has pulled the plane from its schedules until August fifth together. The two airlines will be cutting an average of two hundred seventy
"jennifer kushinka" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Now, Jennifer Kushinka has returned with more of America's First News site. President Trump says he will release the pool and unredacted foreign intelligence surveillance act of Warrenton related documents used by the FBI in his probe of his campaign. Now, the special counsel Robert Muller has concluded his investigation. Trump spoke with FOX people were hurt so badly so badly their lives have been ruined. And over, you know, over something that should have never taken place an investigation that should have never happened. Trump said in September. He wanted to release the full unredacted version of documents related to the fisa application to survey. Former campaign aide Carter page he later walked back that claim bipartisan group of lawmakers will introduce legislation today that would admit Puerto Rico into the union as the fifty first state without a referendum on the islands territorial status. The Bill will be unveiled at a news conference today by Florida. Congressman Darren Soto a democrat who represents parts of Orlando, and is large Puerto Rican community Puerto Rico's government is a big proponent of statehood. Federal civil court jury has awarded a California man eighty million dollars over his claim that the weed killer roundup caused cancer months after the same jury found roundup was a substantial factor in causing his non-hodgkin's lymphoma. Agribusiness giant Monsanto now owned by Germany's Bayer is facing thousands of similar lawsuits nationwide. Bear says it will appeal the verdict Icelandic budget airline. Wow. Air ceased operations today. Stranding passengers across two continents in a statement on its website, the airline told passengers would be no further flights and advise them to check flights with other airlines for ways to reach their destinations the airline founded in two thousand twelve.
"jennifer kushinka" Discussed on KTOK
"Jennifer Kushinka, some of our top stories headlines at least eight deaths blamed on the Arctic blast in the midwest, which is moving east many furloughed workers are getting their back pay today in on a related note. Negotiations have begun over border security funding as expected the fed left interest rates unchanged. Also indicated future rate increases are on hold. And as he prepares to call the Super Bowl Sunday. How often is TV analyst Tony Romo correct in predicting plays. We'll have that story in about twenty minutes. Political outsiders can succeed against establishment candidates when there's a void to fill and there's a very real chance that the untapped market in a twenty twenty general election will be upper middle class. Suburban voters the kind that swung the house from Republican to democratic control in two thousand eighteen is former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, the guy who can tap that market. Democrats need a little bit less caffeine right now. So I think I think they've over rotated completely. Josh Kraushaar politics editor at national journal says if President Trump squared off against a socialist minded candidate, like Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren. There would be plenty of up for grabs voters should a well funded candidate give them that choice. He says one such well-funded candidate might be Mr Schultz, Josh explained. Well, it seems like the early conventional wisdom, and certainly the early democratic reaction is that. Howard Schultz is merely a spoiler zero percent chance of having any impact in a general election of.
U.S. and China talk trade, but few expect any breakthroughs
"Jennifer Kushinka, the US China launched a critical round of trade talks today amid deep differences over Washington's demands for structural economic reforms from Beijing. They will make it difficult to reach a deal before March second US tariff hike trade experts say so far there's been little indication that Chinese officials are willing to address core US demands to protect us, intellectual property rights, and and policies at Washington says force US companies to transfer technology to
"jennifer kushinka" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"On with Jennifer Kushinka on this Monday. January fourteen glad you're with us. And here's what we have for. You this hour a wintry mix of snow and ice pummeled the mid Atlantic region yesterday the same system is blamed for a handful of deaths in the midwest. South Carolina, Senator Lindsey Graham has a proposal that would NB partial government shutdown now in week four reports say President Trump didn't use note takers, during his introductory meeting with Russia's president two years ago here his reaction to the story. Then are we in for another winter of phrase dropping like polar vortex, one of those things that it really sounds like some kind of made up for social media these days, it's it's very hashtag friendly. And so it's definitely something people are using a lot more win. These Arctic outbreaks happen. Doyle rice weather reporter at USA day on how back in the day polar vortex was simply known as a cold front here in about twenty minutes. A winter storm across the central and eastern parts of the country turned deadly over the weekend knocking out power to hundreds of thousands of households more from this morning's Mike Gavin at least ten people were killed and there were hundreds of accidents on snow and ice covered highways on Saturday. Authorities said an Illinois state trooper was struck and killed by vehicle while assisting at the scene of a multi car accident in suburban Chicago, at least four more people were killed over the weekend in Missouri. Almost a quarter million households were without power at one point from Kansas to North Carolina with airports struggling, the Washington metro area was crippled with half a foot of snow in parts. Gordon ex Mike North Carolina. Meanwhile, was hit with an ice storm that left more than one hundred thousand.
"jennifer kushinka" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"With Jennifer Kushinka on this Monday, January fourteen club with us. And here's what we have for. You this hour a wintry mix of snow and ice pummeled the mid Atlantic region yesterday the same system is blamed for a handful of deaths in the mid west, South Carolina, Senator Lindsey Graham has a proposal that would end the partial government shutdown now in week four reports say President Trump didn't use note takers, during his introductory meeting with Russia's president two years ago here his reaction to the story than are we in for another winter of phrase dropping like polar vortex twelve those things. It really sounds like some kind of made up for social media these days. It's it's very hashtag friendly. And so it's definitely something people are using a lot more win. These Arctic outbreaks happen. Doyle rice weather reporter at USA today on how back in the day polar vortex was simply known as a cold front here in about twenty minutes. A winter storm across the central and eastern parts of the country turned deadly over the weekend knocking out power to hundreds of thousands of households more from this morning's Mike Gavin at least ten people were killed and there were hundreds of accidents on snow and ice covered highways on Saturday. Authorities said an Illinois state trooper was struck and killed by a vehicle while assisting at the scene of a multi car accident in Chicago at least four more people were killed over the weekend in Missouri. Almost a quarter million households were without power at one point from Kansas to North Carolina with airport struggling, the Washington metro area was crippled with half a foot of snow in parts, Gordon, next, Mike, North Carolina. Meanwhile, was hit with an ice storm that left more than one hundred thousand.
"jennifer kushinka" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Jennifer Kushinka, some of our top stories and headlines the new congress convenes today, we'll try to end the partial government shutdown. China's says it's landed a spacecraft on the far side of the moon. Apple lowers at sales forecast not selling as many iphones after the mascots. At the university of Texas and Georgia got together. New Year's day. Pita is now asking schools to stop using live animal mascots, and the restaurant owner using social media to shame a group who ran out on a Bill that story in about twenty minutes. What does twenty nineteen hold for economically continued stock market volatility and a significant economic slowdown at year end. That's according to Greg McBride chief financial analyst at bankrate dot com joins us now with predictions. Greg set this up economies in good shape. Despite all the worries that the close of twenty eighteen. Yeah. The economy's in solid shape. Fundamentals are good think that recognition will sort of come back into the markets. You know, I think probably take some positive headlines on the trade front to make that happen. But what it does we're going to be back to this environment. Where the interest rates are rising fed is going to raise interest rates say they could couple times this year. But I think by we get to the latter portion of twenty nine teen we will have a legitimate economic slowdown on our hands. And so, yeah, I think those fears of recession, you know, maybe more justified the end the twenty nineteen and certainly than they are here at the beginning of twenty nineteen. What are the basics that are good with the economy right now? Well, we've got the best labor market. We've had the year seven points at fifty year, low there are actually more open until jobs in there are unemployed people first time we've ever seen that and a wage growth while not evenly spread among the workforce. By any means. In aggregate. It's the best that we've seen in this economic recovery. So and has trended positive direction. So I think on all those fronts. Good news. Now that.
Controversial tool emerges in opioid fight: fentanyl test strips
"We have tens of thousands of people dying of opioid overdoses, you cheers. And we need to use as many tools that are at our just. Puzzle as we can to try to prevent that. And try to steer people. It's a treatment. What the proponents of this say is that they hope that a trip will help to prevent it over overdoses and happening and be that it will generate engagement between drug users and harm reduction people and that that will give them an opening to talk about their lives. We'll talk about their addiction talk about what potential treatment options and hopefully get them into one of those programs. Sorry on Wall Street Journal reporter Orion Campbell Flora's. He says the strips are dipped in water containing a minute amount of a drug and generally provide result within a minute overdose prevention organizations, I started buying handing out sentinel about two years ago now states, like California and Rhode Island and cities such as Baltimore, Philadelphia and Columbus, Ohio are distributing them or plan to soon. It's nineteen minutes. Now after the hour on. On this morning. Jennifer Kushinka is
"jennifer kushinka" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Jennifer Kushinka is here with more of America's First News. President Trump wants a pine that it wasn't overly necessary for him to visit troops in danger zones abroad, but with the lights of Air Force One out and window shutters. Drawn the president did just that slipping to into Iraq at night to greet US servicemembers addressing troops at an airbase in western Iraq. Trump defended his decision to pull forces from neighboring Syria declaring his Llamas state militants. We've knocked them out. We've knocked them silly pissed because of your sacrifice that America's families. Can celebrate in safety and peace said, we're doing great back at home. Trump's trip follows several days of turmoil over his decisions to withdraw the two thousand US troops. In Syria and push out Defense Secretary James Mattis, two months earlier than planned for criticizing his policies. Matthew, Whitaker, the acting US attorney general incorrectly claimed on his resume and in government documents to have been named an academic all American while playing football at the university of Iowa Whitaker claimed to have been in Academical American in his biography on his former law firm's website and on a resume sent in two thousand fourteen his name doesn't appear on the list of academic all Americans on the website of the organization that bestows the annual honor Wall Street notched its best day in ten years. Stocks rallied yesterday, the Dow industrials soared one thousand Eighty-six points its biggest gain ever, but investment advisor, Hugh Johnson notes that the volatility likely isn't over kind of have some carry over. There'll be no question that there's the mood is sorta changed a little bit. But again, we're probably going to go back to a point where we have good days and bad days..
"jennifer kushinka" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Morning. Jennifer Kushinka is here with more of America's First News in the Pentagon is developing plans to withdraw up to half of the fourteen thousand US troops serving in Afghanistan marking a sharp change in the Trump administration's policy aimed at forcing the Taliban to the peace table. President Trump has long pushed to pull troops out of Afghanistan considering the war a lost cause. But earlier this year, he was persuaded by Defense Secretary, James Madison, other military leaders to keep troops on the ground to pressure, the Taliban and battle a stubborn Islamic state insurgency. This news came soon after Mattis tendered his resignation after clashing with President Trump over the abrupt withdrawal of US troops from Syria Mattis, perhaps the most respected foreign policy official in Trump's administration will leave by the end of February. After two tumultuous years struggling to moderate the president's hard line and sometimes sharply changing policies. House minority leader Nancy Pelosi. Leaders. Great leaders who have left the administration in dismay. And the rest of them have left in disgrace. And that's what this administration has been a bell Mattis told Trump in a letter that he was leaving. Because you have a right to have a secretary of defense whose views are better aligned with yours federal officials say to Chinese hackers carried out an extensive campaign on behalf of Beijing's mean intelligence agency to steal trade secrets and other information from government agencies and major corporations in the US. And nearly a dozen other nations FBI director Christopher Ray. The list of victim companies reads like a who's who of the global economy from biotechnology agriculture to healthcare from oil and gas exploration to NASA..
"jennifer kushinka" Discussed on KTOK
"Morning. Jennifer Kushinka is here with more of America's First News in the Pentagon is developing plans to withdraw up to half of the fourteen thousand US troops serving in Afghanistan marking a sharp change in the Trump administration's policy aimed at forcing the Taliban to the peace table. President Trump has long pushed to pull troops out of Afghanistan considering the war lost cause. But earlier this year, he was persuaded by Defense Secretary, James Madison, other military leaders to keep troops on the ground to pressure, the Taliban and battle a stubborn Islamic state insurgency. This news came soon after Mattis tendered his resignation after clashing with President Trump over the abrupt withdrawal of US troops from Syria Mattis, perhaps the most respected foreign policy official in Trump's administration will leave by the end of February after. After two tumultuous years struggling to moderate the president's hard line and sometimes sharply changing policies. House minority leader Nancy Pelosi leaders, great leaders who have left the administration in dismay and the rest of them have left in disgrace. And that's what this administration has been about Mattis told Trump in a letter that he was leaving. Because you have a right to have a secretary of defense whose views are better aligned with yours federal officials say to Chinese hackers carried out an extensive campaign on behalf of Beijing's mean intelligence agency to steal trade secrets and other information from government agencies and major corporations in the US. And nearly a dozen other nations FBI director Christopher Ray. The list.
"jennifer kushinka" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Jennifer Kushinka is here with more of America's First News in the Pentagon is developing plans to draw up to half of the fourteen thousand US troops serving in Afghanistan marking a sharp change in the Trump administration's policy aimed at forcing the Taliban to the peace table. President Trump has long pushed to pull troops out of Afghanistan considering the war a lost cause. But earlier this year, he was persuaded by Defense Secretary, James Madison, other military leaders to keep troops on the ground to pressure, the Taliban and battle stubborn Islam estate insurgency. This news came soon after Mattis tendered his resignation after clashing with President Trump over the abrupt withdrawal of US troops from Syria Mattis, perhaps the most respected foreign policy official in Trump's administration will leave by the end of February. After two tumultuous years struggling to moderate the president's hard line and sometimes sharply changing policies. House minority leader Nancy Pelosi. You leaders great leaders who have left the administration in dismay and the rest of them have left in disgrace. And that's what this administration has been about matters told Trump in a letter that he was leaving. Because you have a right to have a secretary of defense whose views are better aligned with yours federal officials say to Chinese hackers carried out an extensive campaign on behalf of Beijing's mean intelligence agency to steal trade secrets and other information from government agencies and major corporations in the US. And nearly a dozen other nations FBI director Christopher Ray. The list of victim companies reads like a who's who of the global economy from biotechnology agriculture to healthcare from oil and gas exploration to NASA..
Russian influence campaign on social media in 2016 was broader than thought
"Trump to Jesus in social media posts and vilify his democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton as demonic Morton. Thanks, mike. The reports find that Russia linked content was found to have a higher rate of specific mentions of Mr. Trump were Mrs Clinton on Instagram than Facebook or Twitter, while US officials say the Russians seem mostly to have sat on the sidelines during this year's midterm. Terms. The researchers say the effort to meddle in US politics continues. It's twenty minutes after the hour on this morning. Jennifer Kushinka is here with more of
"jennifer kushinka" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Jennifer Kushinka on this Monday, December ten glad you're with us. Here's what we have for you this hour. The President Trump's chief of staff said to leave at the end of this month. It was thought that White House aide Nick Ayers would take a spot, but that's not happening. A winter storm warning in effect for parts of the southeast is the region deals with snow, sleet, and ice that's caused widespread. Power outages. Former FBI director James Comey testifies that four Americans were investigated as part of the Russian collusion pro. But then things you may not have known about the personal finance app VIN. Mo. Live an open API to what she did. It went through like tons and tons of transactions, and she was able to build a handful of profiles of people. So you know, she she had someone who is selling drug. She had Gino a couple and was monitoring their transaction reporter, Katie Findlay on how to fix your VIN mo- accounts. She's here in about twenty minutes. President Trump is broadening his search for another chief of staff with General John Kelly prepared to leave at the end of this month, the person who seemed likely to take the job has announced that he too will be leaving. Nick airs, a top White House aide and chief of staff to vice President Mike Pence road on Twitter yesterday that he's departing by year's end more from this morning's Mike Gavin. Although Mr. heirs have been negotiating with Mr. Trump over the precise terms of his employment. The White House had signalled the locked for the position after Mr. Trump said Saturday that Mr Kelly would be stepping down a White House official told the Wall Street Journal that Mr. Ayers was the front runner front. Brought front row the front. Mr. airs safe thirty six year old father of triplets told Mr. Trump he couldn't commit to the job for more than the first three months of the year. The journal says Mr. Trump decided he wanted someone in the job for the long-term whoever succeeds Mr Kelly, by the way will be the third chief of staff in the president's first two.
Pentagon, Boeing And KOMO discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"To the Pentagon and a move that could challenge the near-monopoly rival Boeing has on the business. The Pentagon is replenishing its fleet of more than four hundred aging tau. Anchors of Boeing aircraft. But the Chicago-based planemakers new airborne gas station is behind schedule and the air force is exploring alternatives that could include renting other aircraft. That's your money. Now. Jennifer Kushinka, KOMO news. Six fifty one right now. Stay with us for an update on traffic and weather next on the KOMO morning news also coming up this chocolate, really reduce stress can pasta help you lose weight. I'm herb Weisbaum. With a critical look at the latest health news flashes. What holiday tips and wine stories from Paul, Kristen and Dexter at
Taco Bell Pizza Hut, KFC And Jennifer Kushinka discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"Two people yum brand shares up nearly four percent after the restaurant company reported quarterly earnings and sales that beat expectations the company whose brands include Taco Bell Pizza Hut. KFC reported net income of four hundred fifty four million dollars. Crude oil down twenty three. Cents at sixty five dollars ninety five cents a barrel. I'm Jennifer Kushinka with your money. Now, we're having a great day on Wall Street, thus far the Dow's up three hundred sixty seven points. The NASDAQ is up over two and a half percent. It's at two hundred seventy nine and a half points in positive territory and the s&p five hundred is up one point seven percent
Americans Getting Fatter: Obesity Rates Over 35 Percent In 7 States
"Are fat and getting fatter. A new report says for the first time obesity rates top thirty five percent in seven states that's up from five states two years ago. In addition, no state had a notable improvement in its obesity rate over the previous year. The study is by the trust for America's health and the Robert Wood Johnson foundation. Both nonprofit health groups the presidents of trust for America's health says the good news is that there is growing evidence that certain prevention programs can reverse the trends, but he says they're just not fully implemented states with obesity rates of thirty five percent or more now include Iowa and Oklahoma. They had already included Alabama Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and West Virginia. How about this in two thousand twelve no state had an obesity rate of thirty five percent or more. Now, there are seven states. West Virginia is worst with more than thirty eight percent of adults obese Colorado has the lowest adult obesity. The rate in the nation.
Boeing calling back retirees to fix 737 production snags
"Who say that he mistreated them. Les Moonves his wife of nearly fourteen years. Julie Chen absent from her seat on her CBS talk show talk. She somebody who I admire and respect greatly. And it's very embarrassing and upsetting to have to talk about a husband. But we do we feel. It's right. Her co host, Sharon Osborne. Addressing the elephant in the room
Alex Trebek, Yellowstone National Park and Hurricane discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"Is back with more of America's first. News, but in hurricane Florence could inflict the hardest. Hurricane punch the Carolinas have seen in more than sixty years with rain and wind of more than one hundred thirty miles per hour. North Carolina has been hit only by one other category for storms since reliable record keeping began in the eighteen fifties that was hurricane Hazel in nineteen fifty four governor ROY Cooper says shelters are being set up across the state. We know
'Gilligan's Island' star Dawn Wells is broke after 'life-threatening surgery,' collecting donations via GoFundMe
"With more of America's First News court nominee. Brad Kavanagh stressed that he believes the judiciary has brought authority to check the power of the White House. But refused to criticize the man who selected him President Trump in a second day of testimony Cavanagh declined to comment on Trump's criticism of the judiciary or offer praise of the president's character. No one's above the law in the United States. That's a foundational principle that I've talked about Democrats press, the conservative federal appeals court judge ever newly
McDonald, Jennifer Kushinka and Dow discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"Payers in those states the number of people. Sick from an outbreak of a gastro intestinal illness linked to McDonalds salads now over five hundred twenty four have, been hospitalized illnesses have. Been, reported in sixteen states the FDA is working to determine the sources of the ingredients that were in common to the
Marine shipping sector eyes LNG to meet clean fuel rules
"The global shipping industry could become a new market for liquefied natural, gas thanks to a drastic change in maritime law that aims to curb air, pollution major cruise, liners and the world's biggest freight companies have ordered one hundred twenty five, new Ellen g powered vessels As probably because new. Regulations taking effect in twenty twenty will reduce the maximum amount of sulfur permitted in, the oil used
"jennifer kushinka" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Deal along with Jennifer Kushinka is Friday August twenty four glad you're with. Us and here's what we have for you this hour hurricane lane lashes the big. Island of Hawaii, with heavy rain even as. It's been downgraded to a category three while still out in the ocean President Trump again criticizes attorney general Jeff Sessions. And Mr. sessions is now fighting back investigators have released a summary of. An autopsy performed on university of, Iowa student Molly Tibbets hospitals that guests, at the cost of procedures like knee surgery when our are building their prices they're using Kennedy's rough approximations or proxies and they're kind of looking at a kind of the. Level of an entire department and they. Don't. Get really specific about car which makes those costs really hard to man Wall Street Journal reporter Melanie Evans on why the cost of a knee replacement is such a mystery, and what one hospital has done about it Hurricane lane has been downgraded to a category three storm packing winds of, one hundred twenty five miles an hour but it's leaving its Mark the storm has also been lashing Hawaii with torrential rains touching. Off flash floods landslides and raging surf more than a foot of rain had already fallen on. The eastern side of the big island of Hawaii. Part of the problem is that lane is moving slowly hanging around and. Just dropping rain governor David Ige, certainly disruptions in telecommunications of any sort when we have a major hurricane coming to an area is a possibility there were no reports of injuries but at least fourteen roads were closed, because of flash floods and landslides tourists. Were advised to stay away from a popular attraction on the island of Maui called the seven sacred pools but scenic cluster of waterfalls and grottos, the latest predictions show the eye of the storm twisting west of the big island this morning before glancing past Maui on It's way to a walk who but authorities warned that the islands could still expect to be hit hard Attorney general Jeff Sessions.
Diet moderate in carbs could be key to longer life
"Researchers followed fifteen thousand self reporting Americans over a span of twenty five years and. Found that moderate carb eaters lived up to four years longer than low carb eaters but as men's health dot com points out, and moderate carb eaters also lived a year longer than people who consumed mostly carbs which. Means you could also be in trouble if you go overboard on that starchy stuff the researchers, believe people on low carb diets may die earlier because they're not, eating enough. Fruits vegetables and whole grains not all low carb diets lead To an early. Death in the study low, carb eaters who got their, protein and fat from plants instead of animals did not increase. Their chances of dying earlier it's entirely possible to get plenty of protein while scaling back on meat lentils chickpeas hemp seeds keen wa and protein powders all pack plenty of
Tesla, Patriots and CEO Elon Musk discussed on Mike Gallagher
"A federal judge in, Montana has ordered the State Department to do a full environmental review of, a revised for the keystone XL oil pipeline a move that could delay the project ten prove a setback for the Trump
Mr. Trump, John Brennan and US discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"A federal judge in Montana has ordered the State Department to you do a full environmental review of a revised root for the keystone XL. Oil pipeline a move, that could delay the project and prove a setback for the Trump administration. For more, than a decade environmentalist tribal groups and ranchers have fought the eight billion. Dollar one thousand one hundred eighty mile pipeline to, carry oil to Nebraska from Alberta pipeline operator chance, Canada the White House and State Department had. No immediate comment
China, U.S. to hold lower-level trade talks in late August
"First News President, Trump to a. Direct connection between the special counsel investigation. Into alleged Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election and his decision to revoke the security clearance a former CIA director, John Brennan in. An interview with the Wall Street Journal Trump cited Brennan as among those he holds responsible for the investigation democratic Senator Mark Warner of Virginia these, people were being
Boy shares foul ball with another young fan at Detroit Tigers game
"Major league baseball is play. The week happened in Detroit, but it wasn't on the field that happened in the stands. A routine foul ball Tuesday night at the Tigers game became anything. But when a ten year old named Travis Blackwell caught the ball in his glove, then decided to give it to an even younger fan seventy year old. Michael Ogden, he told CBS news. He wanted to give the ball to Michael because the day was his birthday. Why would he give away such a price souvenir he said, that a couple of years ago he went to a minor league game and got a foul ball. From an adult he didn't know who had caught one and the experience made his day, that's why he wanted to share. The love but. It doesn't end there there's a. Third Lincoln this chain so the seven year. Old who was given the, ball Tuesday eventually caught one of his own down the third. Base line is it rolled off some netting what did he do. Turned around and gave it to a little girl who was sitting behind him it, was the first baseball she ever had the boys call this a line. Of awesomeness, hard to
Vision Loss, Russell and Newsweek discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"News coordinate it by slightly cooler temperatures firefighters are making steady, progress in battling a wildfire that destroyed sixteen structures as it, raged through southern California's Cleveland national forest the holy fire was. Forty-one percent contained yesterday afternoon after burning. Across thirty five square miles of dry timber and brush this local resident offered thanks to firefighters who are protecting her lake. Elsinore neighborhood the firefighters so emotional you can't come back to this devastation. And see all, our home still standing and not. Praise them right if all goes as planned a Yosemite valley the. National parks most popular tourist area will reopen tomorrow after being closed for nearly three weeks due to. Poor air quality, and fire
"jennifer kushinka" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"With jennifer kushinka it is friday july thirteenth thanks for joining us here's what we have for you this hour fbi agent peter struck battled with house republicans yesterday over his anti trump text messages that he sent investigating to politically charged cases the trump administration says all eligible young migrant children have been reunited with their families here why some are not eligible president trump says the brexit plan by uk prime minister theresa may is killing hopes for a trade deal with the us and is more companies offer paid leave to new dads the latest challenges getting fathers to actually take paternity time off corporate america that still persists stigma about men taking paternity leave women have been taking it for a long time a lot of career coyotes but i think it's probably even greater for men wall street journal reporter vanessa firms on pushing dads to take paid leave an fbi agent who's antitrump text messages led to criticism over his handling of the clinton email probe in russian election investigation told congress he never permitted his views to effect his official actions peter strucks testimony at a joint house committee hearing repeatedly turned into partisan discord yesterday with lawmakers needing ninety minutes to get through the first question here's an exchange with south carolina republican congressman trey goudy do you remember how long it took for you to start talking about impeachment after bob muller was appointed a dose her one day one day and you were talking about impeachment mr struck exchanged tens of thousands of text.
"jennifer kushinka" Discussed on WWL
"With ross a k who's in for jennifer kushinka on this tuesday july third letter with us here's what we have for you this hour president trump on that with a few potential supreme court nominees yesterday is expected to meet with a couple of more before announcing his selection federal judge in the nation's capital rules against the trump administration's mass detention of asylum seekers after a youth soccer team thailand got lost exploring a cave rescuers who finally located them top to determine the best rescue method and the new way companies are helping young adults with the down payment for a home crowd funding to keep in mind that what's happening here is that a lot of young people are having a really hard time getting home so the backdrop is there aren't a lot of homes being built people who are in homed aren't leaving them in in practice because of that just keep going up wall street journal reporter christina rexroad on the latest trend in homebuying she's here in about twenty minutes president trump says he met with four potential supreme court nominees yesterday and plans to sit down with two or three more before he announces a nominee next week the opening on the court created by the retirement of justice anthony kennedy gives mr trump the chance to replace a swing vote with a reliably conservative judicial voice one who could set a new direction for the court on things like abortion rights they are outstanding people they are really incredible people in so many different ways academically in every other way and i had a very very interesting morning the nominee will require confirmation in the senate where the republicans have a fifty one to forty nine majority the names most frequently cited as front runners include thomas hardiman of the third us circuit court.
"jennifer kushinka" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"With jennifer kushinka on this thursday may seventeen glad you could be with us and here's what we have for you this hour despite threats by north korean official to cancel next month's summit between kim jong un and president trump the white house offers a measured response the justice department is being encouraged to investigate the mayor of oakland for tipping off illegals about a raid by ice agents a senate committee supports the findings of us intelligence agencies that russia tried to boost the presidential campaign of donald trump and the new group of people known as the indoor generation by percent said they were selling between twenty one and twenty four hour inside so i mean that's you're not going outside at all laura kelly at the washington times on a new study about the amount of time we spend indoors that story in about twenty minutes president trump is still planning to meet next month with north korean leader kim jong un despite remarks by one of pyongyang's senior diplomats that the summit could be cancelled if north korea is pressure to dismantle its nuclear exchange rather its nuclear arsenal in exchange for economic benefits while proceeding with summit plans set for june twelve in singapore mr trump and his foreign policy team yesterday also refrained from firing back with tough words of their own here's white house spokeswoman sarah sanders president is very houston ready for a tough negotiations and if they wanna meet we'll be ready and if they don't continue with a campaign of maximum pressure if that's the case state department says secretary of state mike pompeo spoke to his south korean counterpart as part of a broader effort to coordinate the summit the subdued response by the white house came after north korea's angry denunciation of the joint military drills between the us and south korea which involve f twenty two's some of the most advanced american fighter jets president trump is encouraging the justice department to investigate oakland mayor libby chef for obstruction of justice after she tipped off immigrant communities about.
"jennifer kushinka" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Along with jennifer kushinka thursday may ten glad you're with us here's what's up this hour theory korean americans imprisoned in north korea are back on us soil men were flown to joint base andrews this morning outside the nation's capital the white house pick to head the cia says the agency will not bring back post nine eleven interrogation techniques but her confirmation could be in jeopardy hawaii volcanoes national park will close tomorrow because of warnings about a potential explosive eruption that could blast ash rock in steam from killilea and how google thinks it can get us to put our phones away more often google this year had on recall well that is repairing are sometimes troubled relationship with glowing rectangles of the highlights of presentation is they had some interesting ideas about how they could make us a little bit less addicted jeffrey fowler at the washington post on google trying to cure our smartphone addiction here what the company is trying in about twenty minutes president trump in the wee hours this morning welcome home three korean americans detained by north korea after they landed at andrews air force base outside washington honor is going to be if we have a victory in getting rid of nuclear weapons john yang released the men after more than a year of imprisonment allowing them to fly home with secretary of state mike pompeo their detainment had been a source of diplomatic friction ahead of a summit between mr trump and north korean leader kim jong un he was nice before the meeting frankly we didn't think this was going to happen edited the released fulfills a longstanding objective for washington and represents a gesture of good faith by north korea ahead of negotiations that the two sides say will aim to remove nuclear weapons from the peninsula and formally end the korean.
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"This morning jennifer kushinka is here with more of america's first news put a missile struck an airbase in central syria early today but the pentagon quickly denied claims from syrian state media that the strikes were an american aggression as a war monitoring groups that iranian backed militia members were killed in the strikes russia accused israeli jets have firing the missiles the missile attack politics suspected poison gas attack on saturday that killed at least forty people after president trump tweeted that there would be a big price to pay for the suspected chemical attacks senator lindsey graham on abc i called on him to follow through defining moment in his presidency because he is challenged assad in the past not to use chemical weapons trump called syrian president assad an animal in tweets the us has confirmed for the first time that north korean dictator kim jong un is willing to discuss the denuclearization of the korean peninsula south korea had conveyed a message from kim indicating his willingness to pauses nuclear program during talks but the us had not previously confirmed kim's intentions directly from north korea talks between the two leaders are supposed to take place by maybe at a time and place have yet to be decided a charter bus carrying teenagers returning from a spring break trip struck a bridge overpass on long island last night seriously injuring six passengers and mangled the entire length of the top of the bus david candelaria of the new york state police called it a heroin crash the impact to the overpass was significant there wasn't just a bump if you look at the boss from side it's got substantial substantial damage the crash shop shortly after nine pm on the southern state parkway in lakeview in a formal complaint being filed today child advocates and consumer groups are asking the federal trade commission to investigate and potentially impose billions of dollars of penalties on google for allegedly violating children's online privacy and allowing adds to target them on youtube the fine print of youtube terms of service says if you are aged thirteen then please do not use the service but it's a warning that goes unheeded.
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"Morning jennifer kushinka is here with more of america's first news point in the business at the houses resuming a day after a riflewielding attacker opened fire on republican lawmakers practicing for charity baseball game the attack critically wounded house gop whip steve scalise of louisiana and also injured capita police off officers and a current and former congressional aide and the assailants head nurse grievances against president trump and the gop and was shot by police in later died alexandria bartender christina screaming shah says sixtysixyearold james hodgkinson was one of her regulars in really when i read about this happen and then i i it's her cancelled in the house yesterday but will take place today a ups employees armed with an assault weapon opened fire inside one of the company san francisco packing facilities killing three coworkers before fatally shooting himself his police swarmed in this retired ups workers says the shooter 38yearold old jimmy lam usually kept to himself i never i heard anything about him other than when he came to management he would have friction with management to other ups employees were wounded in a shooting lam had filed a grievance in march complaining of too much overtime and requesting that the company relieve him of working extra hours the manhunt for to georgia inmate two killed two guards and escaped from prison is still ongoing after they stole a second vehicle as they try to stay ahead putnam county sheriff howard cells urged anyone who sees them to call nine one one.