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"jessica schneider" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"jessica schneider" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I had to bring that sentence to you. Progressives are worried that with another religion led conservative on the bench abortion rights cases. This is one of these things that's so bad that I I I'm going to do it right now. As a matter of fact, I'm going to photograph this off of my iPad using my phone. Because they'll probably change it. This is maybe now that somebody's read it because most people don't read them, But there it is Another religion led conservative. This is CNN and the sentence before questioned whether it was religious bigotry. These air, not bright people. This is the fourth estate in America today. This is how they write. This is Their command of the language. They chose journalism. As a profession. Progressives were worried that with another religion led conservative on the bench, Wow, every day's an I Q test. Please try to compete. Aren't they? A remarkable look, Ah, lot of audio to get to from yesterday's festivities and also your calls, of course at 86309625. There are many, many things to get to, But Jeff Jeff Wolf was in today for Michael Pierce, He Michael Pierce. He is working from home and let's get to a little bit of let's get to a little bit of audio. Let's go to sound bite number 32 Jeffrey. Which begin with a little bit of Amy Cockney Barret, who is a judge currently on the seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, and she lives in Indiana. She's an American. She was raised in New Orleans, which is in Louisiana for Democrats following along And now she lives with her big family. Seven Children, five biological Children, two Adopted Children from Hawaii. They're black, and they outnumber the number of black clerks that Ruth Bader Ginsberg had in all of her time on the court. So any county Barrett yesterday talking about what it means to be a judge and justice on the Supreme Court and the importance of interpreting the Constitution and the law and not You're applying your own personal views, which is what Democrat judges and justices are hired to do any Cockney barrel. I interpret the Constitution as a law. Data interpret its text text and I understand it tohave the meaning that it had at the time people ratified that meaning doesn't change over time, and it's not up to me to update it or infuse my own policy views into it. Well, you see, that's now That's exactly what you're looking for. In a judge, of course, and then they just start calling people liars. Here is something like that. That's there. You know, she's been a judge and a law professor and voted three different years, the best law professor at the University of Notre Dame by the graduating class of law students. And her own professor who brought her in Who's the head of the law school. There was one of the people introducing her yesterday and praised her is one of the great, brilliant intellects how young judge surpassed her. Expertise and her knowledge long ago and how wonderful she thinks that is And what a great person with a great human being. What a great jurist what a great professor She is and has been for so long. And then there's the news media and Jeff Let's go backto Tio sound bite Number two, as they say at the DNC Sound Bite number two. This's almost amusing. It's kind of tragic, really. But Number two is a CNN reporter. And this is Ayse Jessica Schneider, CNN reporter. I'm making quotation marks with my fingers. Now we know that any Cockney Barrett is the mother of seven Children, including the two adopted Children, says he's should the mother of seven Children. She's a married woman, as you might imagine, under the circumstances and And she is a jurist. Now, Here's CNN's Jessica Schneider kind of snark, Aly and snidely describing how Amy Cockney Barrett would would present herself at the confirmation hearing. We've learned that 80 Cockney very will portray herself as a mother of seven as a wife and as a justice who will be in line with the late staunchly conservative justice. That's how she is going to portray herself. She's going to be a messy that's supposed to be taking a shot at her now Antonin Scalia, who I had the honor of meeting and dining with my best girl, and I One of the great jurors one of the great justices of the last century, one of the great legal scholars of the last century, and he was indeed conservative, which means that you had here To the strictures of the third branch of government, the judiciary that you respect the the Constitution, the law the rule of law. Have you noticed that when the news media mentions law and order that they always put it in quotation marks? I'm wondering why that is so she is going to present herself as she is, CNN has learned, says Jessica, what you read in the papers, Jessica Schneider says she has learned CNN has learned that she will present herself she will portray herself As a mother of seven, which is what she is as a wife, which is what she is and as a jurist in the mold of Anton and Square, which he is. And they think that's a scoop. That's that's kind of a scoop. That's that's good stuff. There it is now. Any Cockney Barrett sound bite number three Jeff any Cockney Berk in presenting herself to the American people yesterday. Present herself as she is, because that's what normal people do. Democrats they, it's a different thing. But here's Judge Barrett yesterday day one of the confirmation hearing. I would like to thank the many Americans from all walks of life. You have reached out with messages of support over the course of my nomination. I believe in the power of prayer and has been uplifting Tio here that so many people are praying for me. I look forward to answering the committee's questions over the coming days, and if I am fortunate enough to be confirmed I pledge to faithfully and impartially discharge my duties to the American people as an associate justice of the Supreme Court. Well, the prayers thing that always makes the Democrats uncomfortable because of You know, Stayton, let's go to sound bite Number four. This is Judge Barrett talking about and I thought the issue was a little too deferential and a little bit too self deprecating here. I think you know that every member currently sitting on the court there, eight members currently sitting on the court. Every one of them attended either Harvard or Yale, either Harvard or Yale. And Judge Barrett went to law school at Notre Dame, where she's also law professor, and on, she said, a little bit a little bit too self deprecating, but that's okay..

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"jessica schneider" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"jessica schneider" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"Testing strategy is really turning out to be problematic because there are these discrepancies out there. There are some technologies that can give us test results back quickly. But if you want to go get tested, would you even know where to go to get that test and the answer is no. So we should really be thinking about how should we be using testing given what we have how should we be trying to fix the supply chain such that we can do more and meaningful tests and then think about what technology is best poised to give us test results in the time. Period that we need them and the absence of this kind of leadership coordination has really hindered our ability to an but okay really quickly before I let you go the administration keeps saying look every state is different. You know Montana's different from New York as it pertains to testing. But we've seen this virus doesn't respect boundaries. What do you think about that argument? Well. First of all, not no state is going to be safe until all states are safe and I'm sure if you ask almost every state, they would welcome additional federal help. Okay Jennifer. Thank you so much that sums up. Will President trump has been blasting mail in voting, but now he suddenly reverse course sort of that's next. And our twenty twenty lead today's primary elections in Arizona Kansas Michigan. Missouri in Washington State aren't just about the local races. This is also a test. All of these states are offering Mellon voting. No questions asked Washington state has been voting by mail since twenty eleven and even the president trump and Joe Biden aren't on the ticket today's events could foreshadow what's to come in November a CNN Jessica Schneider reports this comes as the president continues to attack mail in voting and the post offices ability to handle absentee ballots. The president reversing course in part on his conspiratorial stance on mail and voting in a tweet. This afternoon, he signalled his approval for Florida's mail-in absentee voting in. Florida..

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Supreme Court says states can punish Electoral College voters

The Vegas Take

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Supreme Court says states can punish Electoral College voters

"In the unanimous decision, the Supreme Court has ruled electoral college electors must vote in a matter consistent with their state laws. Correspondent Jessica Schneider has details of this important election year decision on the Electoral College is the key to determining who becomes president. 270 electoral votes needed to win in this morning Supreme Court, issuing an unanimous 9 to 0 decision Saying that each of the states throughout this country they may in fact, bind those so called electors in each state, meaning that each state can mandate that each of the electors must vote for the state's popular

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"jessica schneider" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"jessica schneider" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"So Mocho was half beagle and a half he ate everything in sight you would swallow him whole including a with the burden and the shortage stones sticks we have to take him to the emergency room three mo Jo had skin issues just constantly itching and scratching chewing on his feet doing it this year right off this way being hated thank you all he we we put him on the dying of the light all of these symptoms disappear right do you want the dog to help each other actually like a report of a body to die in a fight for life if you love your dog you don't just want to help the U. one we'll be the mayor is ordering changes to use of force policies after a black man was killed by a white police officer correspondent Darrell forges this incident follows weeks of worldwide protests against police violence ignited by the death of George forty Minneapolis a Memorial Day for his brother says the brook shooting is another example of what needs to change the officer who shot Brooks has been terminated and Atlanta's police chief stepped down over the weekend the Supreme Court has issued a landmark ruling in a case that extends workplace protections to gay and transgender individuals correspondent Jessica Schneider is in Washington this was the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four title seven these justices now saying employers you can not discriminate this is a huge win for more than seven million transgender and gay individuals throughout this country on.

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"jessica schneider" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"jessica schneider" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The shooting happened just after ten this morning outside the city's downtown Duncan's about eighty miles southwest of Oklahoma City area schools were immediately placed on lockdown neighboring businesses notifying to be alert no motive known and investigators are now on the scene the shooting comes just months after a gunman opened fire at an el Paso Walmart killing twenty two people that store was reopened to just last week kid president trump lawyers written deposition in the mall or Russia investigation correspondent Jessica Schneider reports investigators want to know after hearing testimony in the conviction of Roger stone for lying to Congress and witness tampering is all coming out in the wake of Roger stone right being found guilty last week on seven counts including lying to Congress and witness tampering in in that trial significant information came out from Rick gates the deputy campaign chairman of the time during the campaign as well as Steve Bannon about what the president and campaign aides knew at the time of these wikileaks released corresponded Boris Sanchez reports the president says he is strongly considering testifying before the impeachment and corresponding to a statement from house speaker Nancy Pelosi over the weekend of president writing on Twitter that he likes the idea and will in order to get Congress focused again strongly consider testifying publicly president trump repeatedly talked about sitting for an interview with Robert Muller during the rush investigation for for old timidly declining to do so the Supreme Court is delayed for at least ten days an appeals court ruling that required the president's accounting firm to hand over the president's financial documents on Wall Street the Dow was up seventeen assn P. down one by Mike moss it's time check the roads in that Kate on traffic center this report is sponsored by doctor patient unity a crash reported on some million parkway east bound at the ninety five it's blocking the left lane expects slowing go from buffalo drive also an accident reported I fifteen north bound at the spaghetti bowl and one more to crash ninety five south bound at Jones Boulevard vehicles.

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"jessica schneider" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"jessica schneider" Discussed on KGO 810

"And it's just the beginning correspondent Jessica Schneider says the gavel drops in our top diplomat to crane bill Taylor and Deputy Assistant secretary of state George can't will testify sitting side by side the nationally televised hearings helping house Democrats bring their case against trump to life arguing he abused his power by pressuring Ukraine to begin investigations for his own political gain correspondent Pamela brown says the White House is ready for whatever the hearings brand is a monumental day here at the White House and this is ray tion of the first impeachment public hearings and White House officials have been preparing an aggressive strategy is one administration source told me the White House believes it's on the offense another source I just spoke with said they are calm and confident president trump's aides expect you'll be live tweeting during the hearings he's already been tweeting about the inquiry this morning calling his opponents never trump version telling his followers to read the transcripts on Christopher Cruz your next update at the bottom of the hour when it breaks on KGO also this time next hour you can hear the testimony live on KGO a tad testimony in the colorful trial of Roger stone wrapped up on Tuesday with a top trump campaign official telling jurors that stone contacted other campaign officials about hacked emails damaging to Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign correspondent Shimon pro capaz reports Rick gates testified about stones interest in the release of documents by wikileaks in twenty sixteen and one of the final questions to him the prosecutor asked him if Roger stone had any communication with then candidate trump concerning wikileaks the prosecutor Arens eliciting asking rate gates after Mr trump got off the phone with Mr stone what did Mr trump say and then Rick gates says he indicated more information would be common now that conversation taking place the end of July twenty sixteen just weeks after wikileaks had released emails from the DNC that were hacked now we know by the Russians stone is charged with witness tampering and lying to Congress president trump is set to meet with Turkey's president today at the White House correspondent Joe Johns says the meeting is being condemned by many in Washington this visit by Erdogan is controversial in its own right some up on Capitol Hill have called for the president to rescind the visit of Turkish president Erdogan's because of Turkey's decision to invade northern Syria right after the president pulled out US troops were hearing this morning on allegations of war crimes during that invasion last time or to one visited the White House his body guards are seen on video beating protesters in Washington Gabe Kapler has been hired as manager of the San Francisco Giants a month after being fired from the same job by the Philadelphia Phillies Kapler replaces Bruce pochi retired at the end of the season following thirteen years and three championships with San Francisco free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick will take part in Saturday's private workout organized by the NFL it comes after Capper Nick raised allegations that the NFL and its teams colluded to keep him from playing following his refusal to stand during the national anthem to protest police brutality correspondent bill Michaels reports Phil sent a memo to its thirty two teams saying Colin Kaepernick session will include own field work and interview time a source told CNN the workout will take place at an undisclosed location in Atlanta clubs that don't attend in person will have access to video of the session the event will be closed to the media and the public Capranica hasn't played in the NFL since the twenty sixteen season the same season the first set during the national anthem the protest later evolved into kneeling Capper Nick said he did so to protests police shootings of African American men and other social injustices faced by black people in the United States I'm bill Michael we have some trouble in the bay bridge.

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"jessica schneider" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"jessica schneider" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Are preparing for today's televised impeachment investigation hearing they met recently to talk about their strategy and tactics and even held a mock hearing correspondent Jessica Schneider reports Republicans have circulated an eighteen page memo telling members of Congress how to defend the president to Republicans are laying out their strategy to push back and defend president trump ahead of the upcoming high stakes impeachment hearings in the internal memo that marks the most centralized and detailed effort yet by Republicans to counter the democrats' argument for impeachment hating on for central defenses first that the July twenty fifth call between president trump and president the Lynskey view crane shows no conditionality or evidence of pressure it's a point the president has repeatedly pushed because I have a perfect phone call I made a perfect call not a good call for a call but the rough transcript released by the White House clearly shows the Lynskey asking for aid and trump responding I would like you to do us a favor though the second Republican point stresses presidents Lynskey and president trump have both said there was no pressure on the call but before the ones he took office the Ukrainian president and his aides had a meeting on how to handle the trump request to open the investigations the third and fourth Republican point state the Ukrainian government was not aware of the hold on U. S. assistance during the July twenty fifth call and the hold on that military assistance was lifted on September eleventh but the Ukrainians were aware that they wouldn't receive the White House meeting they wanted without the announcement of investigations and ate only flowed after the White House faced criticism from Republican lawmakers with just hours before the public hearing Republicans are attacking the top diplomat to crane bill Taylor in closed door testimony Taylor revealed he was told that Ukraine would not receive military money Intel officials announced the investigations the president wanted but Taylor admitted he never spoke directly with the president of point Republicans have seized upon now twenty one before the hour on American morning here's Jim Bohannon the Adam Schiff show gets under way this morning and it does so with hearings before the house intelligence committee which will presumably lead to hearings on impeachment before the Judiciary Committee chaired by Jerry Nadler of New York which then presumably will read to a hot lead to a house vote on the impeachment and then a Senate trial if necessary Alexander's joins us retired attorney former time magazine senior reporter political science professor at Saint Peter's university in Jersey city New Jersey I guess that's the direction we're headed out yes indeed nice to speak with you again Jim the Democrats first want to lay out the publicly the evidence they have gathered confidentially so far and then move on to the impeachment hearings which will be conducted by the Judiciary Committee it's a step by step process and one can presume that the Democrats probably have the votes to impeach the president and then of course it moves on to the Senate the democratic strategy I think it is two fold first there to play the history to make the case that they believe that this president has abused his power and set the record off down for future presidents but the outcome of course we will have to wait and see the outcome of course is what the Senate does my guess is that the Democrats are also looking at that to make life uncomfortable for Republicans particularly in the Senate where there a couple of seats it all it takes is the flipping of I believe four seats and there's some Republicans anti racism for the Democrats will want to exploit impeachment whichever way it goes to make life politically difficult for those that several senators up for reelection D. four four Senate seats shifted and that there are more a Republican seats being defended in twenty twenty them though there are democratic seats but of course again that will will only be for future congresses in twenty twenty one and and they're down the line obviously the current fifty three to forty sevens in the Senate will be the year split that will handle a Senate trial assuming that it it does in fact come to that there is of course also on the other side of the coin of the problem for the thirty one I guess it is house Democrats elected in twenty eighteen and seed in their jurisdictions carried by Donald Trump in the twenty sixteen which is more than their of majority so presumably they will all if they vote for impeachment be hammered by their Republican opponents all the way till next November and there may well be some attrition in the event seats as well so there there are political problems that cut both ways absolutely they're great for both for Republicans in the Senate and for Democrats in the house and that's one of the reasons that Nancy Pelosi has been hesitant to push for impeachment proceedings until this latest events involving Ukraine I think the reason she moved on that is because to her and to her fellow Democrats would look like an open and shut case and also a very simple story to tell we'll have to see whether her bat yeah really paid off but yes the Democrats in those competitive seat in the house and their risk for Republicans and competitive seats in the Senate this is a very high state game both for the president certainly but also politically for both parties of course the the notion of quid pro quo has the come up which is probably gotten more Google checks of the past a couple of months in the in the in the entire history of Google prior to that of course foreign relations are typically conducted among sovereign nations on a basis of quid pro quo I'll scratch your back you scratch mine or if there's a survey of stab you in the back whatever I mean that's the that's the basis of nations do not act toward one another kindly or altruistic leave they do so in the in their own interests the president the president trump and speaking with his Ukrainian counterpart didn't even bring up the bidens until the end of this conversation and pointed out some areas of a serious concern that would die in fact be well within the jurisdiction of a nineteen ninety nine treaty that the US and Ukraine side which promised cooperation of prosecution of corruption charges so it would be I think incorrect to suggest that the president was just going after the Biden see in fact toss them in as an afterthought and I might add an after thought that's worth looking into well of course it mattered bait when there was an afterthought we had some testimony at least as far as we know it that suggested with not an after thought that it was a central part of his policy as for quid pro quos sure a country the always engaging exchange that's part of foreign policy that happens domestically between politicians as well the question always is if the motivation is the quid pro quo is the favored as being asked back and forth pertaining to the national interest of the country is the or the foreign policy of the country is that what the quid pro quo is about or is it for the personal political gain the leaders who are engaging in it this is the second and it's highly problematic and that's why we have the the impeachment proceedings Kerman whether the president was pursuing the national interest or whether he was pursuing his personal political and although of course if it just so happens that an investigation of corruption happens to land at the feet of the bidens the fact that Joe Biden is running for Donald trump's job does not grant him immunity if in fact his son step that big time and and dad did nothing to get in the way of that that's just to to Donald trump's benefit possibly but so far no credible evidence has come forth that to a point that out or to make the case for that so right now that's just pure speculation and despite all the argumentation that's gone on about it nobody's come up with a set of evidence yet Alexander's retired attorney former time magazine senior reporter and political science professor at Saint Peter's university in Jersey city New Jersey now fifteen before the top of the hour president trump had a lot to say about the economy yesterday correspondent Terry Moore reports trump spoke for well over an hour at the economic club of New York we have delivered fallout.

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"jessica schneider" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"jessica schneider" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"This next song from Cheyenne should never have told her how progressives collision insurance covers injured dogs and cats she said if they could love her pooch as much as she did so good high well I could this next song is called person you was Ross the cat engine company coverage not available in New Hampshire North Carolina and trade shares of the schools cumulus stations the tune in and see you could take talk radio five sixty KSFO with you wherever you go repairing early winter weather I'm only a Francis GOP members are getting one ready for Wednesday's televised impeachment hearings many meeting to discuss strategy and even hold a mock hearing Tuesday Jessica Schneider reported just hours before the public hearing Republicans are attacking with the top diplomat to crane bill Taylor in closed door testimony Taylor revealed he was told that Ukraine would not receive military money until officials announced the investigations the president wanted but Taylor admitted he never spoke directly with the president of point Republicans have seized upon for Democrats say they're just trying to muddy the waters televised hearing set to begin at ten A. M. eastern Wednesday webserver say the supreme court's conservative majority seems prepared to allow the trump administration to end the seven year old deferred action for childhood arrivals program after taking up the matter Tuesday high court's liberal suggests the administration hasn't adequately justify its decision to abolish the protections court's decision is expected by June at the height of.

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White House's Mulvaney to sue over House impeachment subpoenas

Sean Hannity

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

White House's Mulvaney to sue over House impeachment subpoenas

"I think what has to does that make Mulvaney is facing opposition in his bid to join a lawsuit over the house impeachment inquiry correspondent Jessica Schneider reports former trump administration adviser Charles government doesn't want Mulvaney to be part of his effort to ask the court to determine compliance with subpoenas is attorneys now say hastens Kupperman himself has never publicly disclosed any information relating to his official duties of the White House he should not be lumped into the same suit as Mick

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"jessica schneider" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"jessica schneider" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Because gradually over the last fifteen years the Chinese government has been violating its agreements with with Hong Kong it was agreed to when the British abandon Hong Kong to its fate at the behest of the Chinese government you're listening to mention here a shout hello yeah the S. C. S. F. M. two port war KLIF dot com listing lord suspended Chinese troops man's mind Christopher Cruz justice department is put on paid administrative leave the two guards who were supposed to be watching accused sex trafficker Jeffrey upstream when he apparently killed himself and sting was housed at the metropolitan correctional center in Manhattan a federal jail that will now get new leadership says justice correspondent Jessica Schneider temporarily reassigning the warden of MCC he will be moved to the bureau of prisons northeast regional office Chinese troops have been massing on the border with Hong Kong following two days of sometimes violent protests at the city's airport president trump today tweeted that US intelligence believes the Chinese government is moving troops to its border with Hong Kong everyone should be calm and safe riot police briefly crash with clashed with pro democracy protesters in the city's airport again today correspondent Ivan Watson is there they have wall papered this place with their kind of slogans.

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"jessica schneider" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"jessica schneider" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Talk immigration endangered species I'm in case the top administration may deny green cards to immigrants who accept public assistance correspondent Jessica Schneider reports the White House is expanding current rules really tailoring the definition of public charge it used to encourage include just those who who got cash benefits will this time the administration is sort of broadening the definition and saying that it's not only cash benefits but it's also we're going to consider and negative factor if you will they call it if you're receiving Medicaid food stamps and government subsidized housing so they're gonna look at all of that when determining who gets the permanent legal residency here endangered species will be impacted by new changes interior secretary David Bernhardt issued a written statement rolling back protection for endangered species that he says quote insures more resources can go where they will do the most good on the ground conservation close quote a former oil and gas industry lobbyist Bernhardt's executive action means that affects of some projects to obtain or use natural resources can take into account the benefits verses damage to a species it also puts aside long term planning for what scientists say is climate change and threats higher warmer seas will pose environmental groups are vowing to go to court to stop the changes Bob Constantini Washington Wall Street is started the trading week with steep losses correspondent Steve casting about at the closing bell the Dow Jones industrial average was down almost four hundred points roughly one and a half percent the S. and P. five hundred was down one and a quarter percent trade war anxiety continues to fuel the volatility but investors also watched with concern as the interest rate fell on ten year treasury bonds it's almost in line with two year treasury bonds when it dips below the return rate of the two year bonds that typically signals a recession ahead on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average fell three hundred ninety points.

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"jessica schneider" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"jessica schneider" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Las Vegas obviously media group station immigration changes endangered species I'm in case the trump administration may deny green cards to immigrants who accept public assistance correspondent Jessica Schneider reports the White House is expanding current rules were merely tailoring the definition of public charging used to encourage include just those who who got cash benefits will this time the administration is sort of broadening that definition and saying that it's not only cash benefits but it's also we're going to consider a negative factor if you will they call it if you're receiving Medicaid food stamps and government subsidized housing so they're gonna look at all of that when determining who gets the permanent legal residency here and injured species will be impacted by new changes interior secretary David Byrne heart issued a written statement rolling back protections for endangered species that he says quote insurers more resources can go where they will do the most good on the ground conservation close quote a former oil and gas industry lobbyist Bernhardt's executive action means that affects of some projects to obtain or use natural resources can take into account the benefits verses damage to a species it also puts aside long term planning for what scientists say is climate change and threats higher warmer seas will pose environmental groups are bound to go to court to stop the changes Bob Constantini Washington Wall Street is started the trading week with steep losses correspondent Steve cast about at the closing bell the Dow Jones industrial average was down almost four hundred points roughly one and a half percent the S. and P. five hundred was down one and a quarter percent trade war anxiety continues to fuel the volatility but investors also watched with concern as the interest rate fell on ten year treasury bonds it's almost in line with two year treasury bonds when it dips below the return rate of the two year bonds that typically signals a recession ahead on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average fell three hundred ninety points.

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"jessica schneider" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"jessica schneider" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Immigration changes endangered species my man cave the trump administration may deny green cards to immigrants who accept public assistance correspondent Jessica Schneider reports the White House is expanding current rules really tailoring the definition of public charging used to encourage include just those who who got cash benefits will this time the administration is sort of broadening that definition and saying that it's not only cash benefits but it's also we're going to consider and negative factor if you will they call it if you're receiving Medicaid food stamps and government subsidized housing so they're gonna look at all of that when determining who gets the permanent legal residency here endangered species will be impacted by new changes interior secretary David Bernhardt issued a written statement rolling back protection for endangered species that he says quote insures more resources can go where they will do the most good on the ground conservation close quote a former oil and gas industry lobbyist Bernhardt's executive action means that affects of some projects to obtain or use natural resources can take into account the benefits verses damage to a species it also puts aside long term planning for what scientists say is climate change and threats higher warmer seas will pose environmental groups are bound to go to court to stop the changes Bob Constantini Washington Wall Street is started the trading week with steep losses correspondent Steve cast about at the closing bell the Dow Jones industrial average was down almost four hundred points roughly one and a half percent the S. and P. five hundred was down one and a quarter percent trade war anxiety continues to fuel the volatility but investors also watched with concern as the interest rate fell on ten year treasury bonds it's almost in line with two year treasury bonds when it dips below the return rate of the two year bonds that typically signals a recession ahead on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average fell three hundred ninety points.

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"jessica schneider" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"jessica schneider" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Kate's the top administration may deny green cards to immigrants who accept public assistance correspondent Jessica Schneider reports the White House is expanding current rules or merely tailoring the definition of public charging used to encourage include just those who who got cash benefits will this time the administration is sort of broadening that definition and saying that it's not only cash benefits but it's also we're going to consider and negative factor if you will they call it if you're receiving Medicaid food stamps and government subsidized housing so they're gonna look at all of that when determining who gets the permanent legal residency here endangered species will be impacted by new changes interior secretary David Byrne heart issued a written statement rolling back protections for endangered species that he says quote insurers more resources can go where they will do the most good on the ground conservation close quote a former oil and gas industry lobbyist Bernhardt's executive action means that affects of some projects to obtain or use natural resources can take into account the benefits verses damage to a species it also puts aside long term planning for what scientists say is climate change and threats higher warmer seas will pose environmental groups are bound to go to court to stop the changes Bob Constantini Washington Wall Street is started the trading week with steep losses correspondent Steve cast about at the closing bell the Dow Jones industrial average was down almost four hundred points roughly one and a half percent the S. and P. five hundred was down one and a quarter percent trade war anxiety continues to fuel the volatility but investors also watched with concern as the interest rate fell on ten year treasury bonds it's almost in line with two year treasury bonds when it dips below the return rate of the two year bonds that typically signals a recession ahead on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average fell three hundred ninety points IBM Kate's taking a look at KSFO traffic's.

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"jessica schneider" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"jessica schneider" Discussed on KGO 810

"One more thing coming up in the next thirty minutes I got tickets to go she Jeremy Piven tonight and but here's the deal the one I get when I announce you gotta be you got if you're gonna want to got to go okay and a core is that the show of course is in the city here it's over at the palace of fine arts in San Francisco so in the next twenty five minutes all the time tell me to call and tell you to call the it's called a don't call if you're not gonna go why that's coming up all right and this news reporter sponsored by Amazon a new development in the investigation into the Gilroy garlic festival shooting NBC bay area is reporting that the corner has found that the gunman killed himself contradicting the police account that officers fired the fatal shot the justice department says the Muller investigation because a total of almost thirty two million dollars correspondent Jessica Schneider reports how much of this figure was directly spent by the former special counsel so this accounts for both the direct expenses from Robert Miller's office as well as the money that he borrowed from other DOJ components in terms of his own direct expenses for his office that totals sixteen million dollars the last six months of the investigation alone cost taxpayers six and a half million dollars bay area congressman roe kana is co sponsoring a bill to expand healthcare options for native American veterans the measure would allow the department of veteran affairs to reimburse about three dozen healthcare facilities in nineteen states for services provided to native veterans in urban areas California has more urban Indian health centers than any other states and San Francisco has renamed the street outside the new chase center in honor of the Golden State Warriors well used to be South Street.

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"jessica schneider" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"jessica schneider" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"WMAL FM would which Washington while five point nine FM W. eight where Washington comes to talk since this ruling Acosta fate I'm in caves a federal judge has ruled against the justice department's plan to use new attorneys in the fight to get a citizenship question on the twenty twenty census correspondent Jessica Schneider judges saying how can you bring in this new team of lawyers and still stick to this time line because motions are due in just a matter of days the judges not only concerned that the DOJ hasn't given adequate reasoning for changing of their team of lawyers but also how will this really mess up the time line here because after all the DOJ lawyers have consistently said time is of the essence here and all of a sudden they want to change of their entire team Capitol Hill Democrats want labor secretary Alexander accosted to step down over his handling of a sex trafficking case against billionaire Jeffrey abstain corresponded Caitlyn colonies done a fantastic job president trump coming to his labor secretaries defense today I feel very badly actually for secretary constantly praising Alex Acosta amid growing calls for him to resign over the role he played as a federal prosecutor eleven years ago in overseeing Jeffrey abstains lenient plea deal I do hear that there were a lot of people involved in that decision not just him trump making no mention of the alleged victims southern California continues to clean up from back to back earthquakes that rattled many residents it went for ever and ever the second one it was bigger but it was shown to get thing is talking about the six point four earthquake on Thursday and the seven point one on Friday now even though the probability of a larger quake is that only one percent the aftershocks that continue have her with everything in her home on the floor nothing on the shelves or walls I think the fear because having one you don't know if it's going to be another one right behind it there are many people who feel the same way but through the fear they continue to clean up and recover Jim replied sense of this on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average fell.

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William Barr sees a legal way to ask about citizenship on census

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

William Barr sees a legal way to ask about citizenship on census

"He was Attorney General William Barr said Monday he sees a way to legally required the citizenship question on the twenty twenty census here's correspondent Jessica Schneider doesn't factor in the reality that the census has already gone to print without the question and the legal fights are still going strong Mars is the trump administration will take action in the kind of coming days here stay

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"jessica schneider" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"jessica schneider" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The in the defense of the sixty six year old already face these charges in Florida in two thousand and eight they wanted more time to work on a bail proposal so his next hearing was pushed back to July fifteenth US attorney Jeffrey Berman set up steam should not get bail we think he has every instead of trying to flee the jurisdiction and when you have two planes and you live much of the year abroad we think that's a very real risk the Miami Herald investigative journalist whose reporting help to push this case forward tweeted that two of its steam victims were in the courtroom to face them for the first time in a decade Steve casting down the federal court in New York the justice department is using a new legal team to handle president trump's push to get a citizenship question on the twenty twenty census correspondent Jessica Schneider was less than a week ago that this fight seem to be over lawyers from the DOJ's federal programs branch told challengers to this question that the census was going to print without the controversial question and then those lawyers told the judge that the decision was final but then of course we saw the flurry of the president's tweets where he insisted that he would push his administration to find a way to add this question a candidate has dropped out of the running for the twenty twenty democratic presidential nomination correspondent Jim rope today and it's our presidential campaign Eric Swalwell who represents California's fifteenth congressional district is done he says he'll run again for his congressional seat and the second night of the first democratic debate he said he had a plan to end gun violence in America he tried to steal the spotlight a few times by going after former VP Joe Biden's age and criticizing mayor people to judge for his handling of a police shooting in south bend on Wall Street the Dow fell one hundred sixteen points I'm in case.

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"jessica schneider" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"jessica schneider" Discussed on WJR 760

"The u._s. supreme court is poised to issue eagerly-awaited decisions on politics corespondent jessica schneider reports one closely watched case is on the trump administration attempt to add a question to next year's national census center is this decision as to whether or not the trump administration can add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty cents now this case was argued in april and at the time the conservative justices really seem to indicate that it was well within the commerce secretary wilbur ross's right to add this citizenship question to sense it was on redistricting the acting defense secretary mark asper tells nato allies that the u._s. doesn't want to go to war with iran but would like help from is getting the iranian leaders to comply with reasonable demand our goal is to bring iran to the negotiating table to conclude a comprehensive enduring deal that addresses iran's nuclear program it's a ballistic missile development and proliferate nation its support for terrorism and other malign activities president trump arriving in osaka japan for the g twenty seventy sat down was talks with the delegation from australia and was asked about the u._s. relationship with ally very easily that we've been very good to our allies we work with our allies we take care of our allies we generally speaking i've inherited massive trade deficits with our allies and we've been helped by rallies militarily so we do look at ourselves and we look at our selves i think more positively than ever before tourism to the dominican republic is plummeting after all the stories of american tourists dying are getting sick they're crips book to the island of dropped by about seventy five percent ford used to dominate in europe no more ford will cut twelve thousand jobs in europe by the end of next year to try to return to a prophet in europe ford has closed down three plants in russia and we'll close plants in france and wales about two thousand of these cuts are salaried positions among seven thousand salary jobs that ford is reducing globally according to the company family members of jordan lindsey of torrance california began yelling at jordan when they saw sharks coming near her as they were all snorkeling in the bahamas jordan couldn't hear them three sharks attacked her and killed her she was twenty one the push to add facial recognition to traffic cameras in detroit is drawing some backlash over privacy they detroit police board of commissioners will vote on whether to use it on project greenlight but he oh surveillance animal hoarding more than one hundred animals had to be rescued from a home in the worst hoarding case that saint clair county deputies have seen authorities got a search warrant based on the odor and noise of animals coming from that home the rocket mortgage classic leaderboard hogue neiman cawley kaufman kisner hughes spawn at four under news time ten three here's steve courtney sports good morning once again again my friends in omaha last night the ron for the michigan baseball wolverines comes to an end as they fall to the commodores vanderbilt eight to vandy freshman kumar rocker absolutely dominant in his two college world series starts he was selected as the most outstanding player eric back each and michigan baseball hold your heads high a great run tigers fall to the ranger of four one last night the rangers they've won five of six tigers not so good they have lost six in a row the rangers go for the series sweep one ten this afternoon spencer turnbull on the hill for the tigers golden state warriors star kevin durant has declined his thirty one and a half million dollar player option he'll become an unrestricted free agent first round play of the first ever rocket mortgage classic going on detroit golf club francis q. coming by shortly when the live look at the leaderboard steve courtney jared sports celebrate america with the detroit symphony.

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"jessica schneider" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"jessica schneider" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"G. o. w. chattanooga cumulus media's iran sanctions where vulgarity is allowed i'm mike moss single out of restraint has been shown by us a lot of restraint and that doesn't mean we're going to show it in the future resident trump says wiley cold off a military strike in iran he is imposing new sanctions that go after iran's government at religious leader give give this a chance give it a good chance because i think iran potentially has phenomenal future treasury secretary steven mnuchin says military leaders are also targeted tanks serey who is responsible for the iranian regime's forces threatening to close the strait of our moods haji day who is the commander of the air force and responsible for downing the u._s. unmanned aircraft an international airspace as long as pack poor who is responsible for ground forces ronnie and military today said his country would not hesitate to shoot down more u._s. thrones if they violate orion and airspace trump also today said the u._s. wants to be compensated by other nations if it's to protect safe passage of tankers for the straight of hormuz the supreme court has again ruled the trademark office cannot ban names that may be vulgar and offensive in this case allowing a company named f._u. see c._t. to apply for trademark corespondent jessica schneider more years ago it was actually an asian rock band who wanted.

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Citing racial bias, U.S. high court tosses black man's murder conviction

Markley and Van Camp

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Citing racial bias, U.S. high court tosses black man's murder conviction

"The supreme court has toss to murder conviction and death sentence of a black man in Mississippi. Corespondent, Jessica Schneider at the supreme court supreme court in a seven to two decision overturning the conviction of Curtis flowers in Mississippi saying that the district attorney in that case improperly and unconstitutionally engaged in racial discrimination when throwing African American jurors out of the

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U.S judge strikes down rule allowing ‘skimpy’ health insurance plans

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

U.S judge strikes down rule allowing ‘skimpy’ health insurance plans

"A federal judge is blocked another effort by the Trump administration. Do undermined the Affordable Care Act. Corespondent, Jessica Schneider reports. The judge struck down a rule that emerged from a presidential executive order. This rule actually expanded these so-called association health plans for small businesses now on its face. This rule actually made it easier for these small businesses, and these people who are self employed to band together to buy health insurance. But in all practicality, this judge ruled that it was really a way for these businesses to really do the run around of the ObamaCare

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Roger Stone leaves door open to cooperation with special counsel

Ben Maller

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Roger Stone leaves door open to cooperation with special counsel

"Would tell the truth about his communications with Donald Trump, which he says never involved Russia. Now, of course, Roger stone was indicted on Thursday and arrested in that early morning. FBI rate Friday at his home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida any now face. Seven counts, including obstruction witness tampering and false statements to congress corespondent, Jessica Schneider. The death toll from a pipeline explosion last week in central Mexico has risen to one hundred fourteen. Mexico's health minister said forty six of those injured in the blast have died in the hospital. He said thirty three

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Trump ally Roger Stone charged with lying in Russia investigation

The Savage Nation

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Trump ally Roger Stone charged with lying in Russia investigation

"Former adviser Roger stone will be arraigned in Washington DC next week as part of the investigation into Russian interference in the election, and any Trump campaign connections to the Kremlin corespondent, Jessica Schneider. Roger stone is still facing. Some serious charges of witness, tampering, false statements and obstruction and this seven count indictment and importantly, there is a lot in this. Underlying the underlying details of the statement that is really damaging and raising those continued questions about what could be yet to come in the smaller probe, and whether perhaps there was some larger conspiracy with the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks

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White House Must Reinstate Jim Acosta’s Credentials, Judge Rules

Chris Plante

01:03 min | 3 years ago

White House Must Reinstate Jim Acosta’s Credentials, Judge Rules

"Way. He said, this is an highly unusual set of facts, and then he laid out the fact that Jim Acosta showed up at the White House gate on that night the day after the midterm elections. And that he was actually notified by tweet. He said that just did not satisfy due process. He also pointed to the fact that the government when they made their arguments on Wednesday. They couldn't point to who the alternate decision maker. Was to revoke the hard pass here. They couldn't say whether it was Sarah Sanders, the press secretary, or whether it was the president himself corespondent, Jessica Schneider. There's been a lot of buzz in the media and in Washington since the election about a possible staff shake up in the administration. Senior adviser Kellyanne Conway's downplaying the notion the president's frustrated about anything inside

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Mitch McConnell: No more delays

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Mitch McConnell: No more delays

"Mitch McConnell says he won't stand for any more delays in the Senate will vote this week on Brett Kavanagh's nomination to the supreme court. But as corespondent Jessica Schneider reports the FBI is investigating allegations of sexual assault. And that investigation is underway. With more interviews, including one with accuser, Deborah Ramirez. Already conducted other people the FBI has spoken with Leland Kaiser and PJ Smith both were identified by Christine Blasi Ford as being at the party where her assault allegedly occurred. They told the Senate Judiciary committee. They don't recall the party or the incident, but are willing to cooperate with the FBI.

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Democrats could win the house but lose the senate in the midterm elections

Chip Franklin

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Democrats could win the house but lose the senate in the midterm elections

"While Democrats have a good chance, according to polls and pundits of taking control of the US house. The Senate could go to the Dem's or is he a couple more Republicans added to their majority. Pollsters majority leader Mitch McConnell list. Ten states where seats could switch all of them too close to call and every one of them like a knife. Fight alley. I mean, just overall Tennessee is a prime example with Senator. Bob corker retiring it would have been inconceivable for a democrat to win in November. But former governor Phil Bredesen still popular may do just that still the cards would have to go very much and Democrats favor for them to win

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Tesla customers may face longer response time as deliveries rise

Chip Franklin

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

Tesla customers may face longer response time as deliveries rise

"Tesla is apparently having trouble informing customers about deliveries of the model. Three mass market electric car in a Twitter response to a customer today. CEO Elon Musk wrote some may experience a longer response times because of a large increase in vehicle deliveries in North America. He wrote that resolving the issue is Tesla's top

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Judge delays opening statements in Paul Manafort's next trial

Dave Ramsey

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

Judge delays opening statements in Paul Manafort's next trial

"Statements for the, second trial, of former Trump. Campaign chairman Paul Manafort will be delayed by a week to give his attorneys more time to prepare corespondent Jessica Schneider reports the judge will likely limit certain kinds of questions during jury selection he said that, more people, in DC, probably woke up surprised or, maybe even disappointed the day after the two thousand sixteen election but she did tell both sides she likely won't allow any juror questions about whether or not, they voted in the election she will ask jurors. If they haven't Ukrainian ties or if they posted about Paul Manafort on social media.

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Paul Manafort, President and Michael Golan discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

Paul Manafort, President and Michael Golan discussed on 24 Hour News

"The president's former. Lawyer has, struck a, plea deal today US attorney Robert Khuzami Michael Golan pled guilty to felony charges five of those, don't with tax evasion for the years two thousand twelve through two thousand sixteen which. He failed to report approximately

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Paul Manafort, President Trump and Trump discussed on Bloomberg Best

Bloomberg Best

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Paul Manafort, President Trump and Trump discussed on Bloomberg Best

"Has found, former Trump. Campaign official Paul Manafort guilty of eight financial fraud charges. Corespondent Jessica Schneider the judge informed Paul Manafort of this. Guilty verdict, in part Paul Manafort stared straight ahead as he. Stood before the judge he did not smile and he, showed no emotion now Paul Manafort the former campaign chairman President Trump he is now. Facing up to eighty years in prison the. President's former lawyer, has struck a plea deal today US attorney Robert Khuzami Golan

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Google, Muriel Bowser and US discussed on Chris Plante

Chris Plante

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

Google, Muriel Bowser and US discussed on Chris Plante

"Many Google workers. Are protesting a controversial Chinese search engine product. More than thousand employees at Google. Signed a petition opposing the company secretive. Plan to build. A search engine that would comply with Chinese censorship the. Letter complains that most employs only found out about the project nicknamed Dragonfly through media. Reports most Google services have been blocked in China since March of twenty ten when the company stopped self censoring its. Content the protests similar to one where thousands of employees had signed in resistance of project may. Than a US military contract that Google decided in June not. To

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Ex-Roger Stone aide refuses to testify before grand jury in Mueller probe

Dr. Drew Midday Live with Mike Catherwood

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Ex-Roger Stone aide refuses to testify before grand jury in Mueller probe

"Special counsel Robert Muller has turned his attention to President Trump's longtime associate. Roger stone as part of his Russian investigation Muller's investigators. Are questioning one friend of. Stone this morning it started this morning anyway but another friend of stone. Refused to appear before a grand jury today corespondent Jessica Schneider report looks like Roger. Stone is a big part of this investigation Roger stone himself has not, been in, contact with a special counsel's office we know but all of these people in his orbit. Are, now part of this special counsel probe again the. Manhattan Madam is before the grand jury today we know that Andrew. Miller who is also. A confidante Roger stone. He was also subpoenaed he has not appeared he will be held in

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Trump says Saudis agreed to up oil output

Bloomberg Business of Sports with Scott Soshnick and Michael Barr

01:38 min | 3 years ago

Trump says Saudis agreed to up oil output

"The trump administration's zero tolerance immigration policy say they expect hundreds of thousands of people will show up the aclu predicts three hundred thousand people will gather in washington dc corespondent jessica schneider is there expecting what could be thousands of people out here who will look to send their message directly to the president to the trump administration hot and humid weekend is a head for much of the northeast today meteorologist allison chinchar has the numbers geographically you're covering over a dozen states population wise this is over a third of the population of the us more than two thousand people walk through the capital of maryland last night to honor five people murdered this week of the capital gazette newspaper office the charges against the thirty eight year old suspect carry a maximum penalty of life without parole maryland has no death penalty in thailand people are coming together to keep alive hope that twelve boys in their soccer coach who disappeared in a mountain cave will be rescued christopher fruit i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters president donald trump wants more oil from saudi arabia to help lower prices and he says the saudis have agreed in a tweet this morning trump said he persuaded king salman of saudi arabia to consider steps that would boost oil production move such as that would jostle the truce oh pack agreed to last weekend with regard to production cuts general motors is warning that it may have to reduce its operations in the us and cut jobs depending on the breadth of tariffs applied to imported vehicles and auto parts gm's announcement shows how high many industrial leaders believed the stakes are as trade tensions mount gm's announcement follows similar moves.

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First Trust Global Funds Public Limited Company – First Trust Global Equity Income UCITS ETF (FGBL) Declined -1.01% on Jun 19

Pat Thurston

01:27 min | 3 years ago

First Trust Global Funds Public Limited Company – First Trust Global Equity Income UCITS ETF (FGBL) Declined -1.01% on Jun 19

"She also refused to acknowledge this as a policy of the trump administration pretty much going every other way around it to avoid saying that it was a policy even though it clearly is what their policy is and we saw the attorney general jeff sessions say as much when he unveiled just last month republican senator ted cruz of texas is introducing an emergency measure to keep illegal immigrant families together and gop congressman kevin yoder of kansas is calling for an immediate end to taking children from their parents the supreme court is resolving partisan redistricting cases from wisconsin and maryland without ruling on the broader issue of whether electoral maps can give an unfair advantage to a political party corespondent jessica schneider supreme court has really sent this back down to the lower courts and with that effectively means is that these maps that the challengers claimed were gerrymandered in a partisan way these maps for now they will stand just to be clear even if the supreme court had issued some sort of more definitive ruling on this those maps still would have been in place for the two thousand eighteen election that's coming up the us and south korea are agreeing suspended joint military exercises scheduled for august following president trump's summit with north korean leader kim jong own the president made a pledge to end the drills at gerry met with kim in singapore last week on wall street the dow jones industrial average fell one hundred three points the smp down six the nasdaq closed up one i'm ann cates.

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