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"jill sanborn" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:29 min | 7 months ago

"jill sanborn" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Next update in less than 30 minutes, breaking news, the second of heaven on Sacramento's new 93.1 kfbk. Good afternoon and welcome aboard. Happy Thursday to you, John McGinnis With your news. 93.1 kid became live everywhere in the I Heart radio up and on your left smart speaker. I'll be having a good day, and we've got a smorgasbord of topics to get through as we work out through the after their way through the afternoon. Later in the program. We're gonna be joined by Stockton police chief Eric Jones, who just by way of full disclosure. I find him to be an extraordinary gentleman and a fine leader who has done a phenomenal job in leading that organization through some very, very difficult times. No secret that he lost an officer earlier this week. One of two California law enforcement officers to be killed in the line of duty during National police Memorial Week. So I'm gonna get the chief's thoughts on that and some some of what he would like to share what he would like you to know. About the people who make up that organization and the law enforcement profession. Yeah, that's coming up after the bottom near our news. Also, just looking at something is going on. And there's ah, a couple of things that kind of, I think, have some connection to one another. Um, e. I hear people talk about How history will record certain periods in time. And, uh, people will espouse that. They believe that when the history books are written, this global pandemic will will identify some shortcomings. Some things that were done wrong, some Harrison judgment that were made along the way. It's probably some things that were done very, very wisely inappropriately. But I have to question that because who will be writing the history? It's interesting to look back to the 1957 58 Asian flu pandemic that killed somewhere between one and four million people globally, and I wrote a research paper on that in grad school, So I do have some rather intimate knowledge of it. But I research back then that many many years ago To see. How was this treated in terms of public consumption of news? There was nary an article to be found on it. It was very, very, very scant little information. It was written in the major newspapers. Pull up the headlines for the Times on both coasts of Sacramento bee. There was just very, very, very little talked about during that time frame. So as we looked at how how history will truly treat some very critical events, which is essential in order to use the past as a means by which to mistaking it to avoid mistakes in the future. Is really truly fundamentally important, understand exactly how things played out and why they were treated the way they were and what the benefits costs. Ramifications of certain courses of action were I'm afraid. I'm fearful that as we start to sugarcoat things too much and and lose our capacity to accept and share the truth. That would that that will be a casualty of that accuracy will be a casualty of not being willing to step up and call things as they are. And there's an illustration that fairly recent history The FBI has said for several years now that the shooting incident in Virginia that very, very, very seriously wounded House GOP whip Steve's police back in 2017. They called. They call that a suicide by cop. Which I find to be very, very interesting, because if you look at the totality, the evidence that Z abundantly available in that situation Um, that's that does not comport with the truth. And so just last week, the FBI double down and refused to resent his determination that that was, in fact, a suicide by cop. Um the the claim is that it was motivated by the this Now he is a decision. He was killed, of course by the capital police in this encounter, but he also had a list. He was targeting specific members of Congress, people who happen to be a member of a particular political party. The FBI acknowledges that they would not likely have treated it as a domestic terrorism are, they would rather treat it as a domestic terrorism event if it happened today. But they won't clean the record. They won't correct the historical perspective on this. Um I find that to be very, very troubling. The FBI. Uh, she's one of the brass. I don't know what our positions but she's speaking on this Jill Sanborn, and she says it's fair to say the shooter was motivated by a desire to commit an attack on members of Congress and then knowing by doing so he would likely be killed in the process. She's the executive executive assistant director. She offered that those comments before a hearing for a House Appropriations subcommittee, adding that this conduct is something that we would today characterized as domestic terrorism event. The one that correct the record that this just simply was not this not representative of the course of action of this guy took She testified before the House appropriations. Miss Sanborn said that the shooter James Hodgkinson, appeared to be motivated by a quote blend of factors but ultimately intended for the shooting to be his final act on Earth. He died shortly after the shooting after a firefight with police. Sanborns comments came in response to questions from the panel's top Republican. That would be representative Robert at her. Holt, who's inquiry came after a week in which GOP lawmakers Repeatedly upbraided the FBI for its years old conclusion. By the way, first reported by Politico last week. It has not been in the public domain. That the attack should be classified as suicide by cop. It's just simply not. It doesn't comport with the truth is not what took place that day He had a list. He had a hit list of people he wanted to kill. A significant number of people he wanted to kill. Lawmakers say the FBI revealed this conclusion during a private briefing with members of the GOP baseball team back in November 2017, but their conclusion remained secret until representative Brad West rib From Ohio was present when the June 14th shooting took place actually grilled the FBI director, Christopher Wray about it during a House Intelligence Committee hearing last month. Democrats and Republicans raised concerns about the FBI's classification of the attack during the time at that time of the hearing, asked about Sanborns comments, one script said, actually spokesman person for one strip said. The congressman was grateful that the F B I broadly addressed his concerns, however. We expect to answer specific to the June 14th assassination attempt and look forward to working with Republicans and Democrats on the Intelligence committee to obtain the answers to our questions. He had it. Testifying last Thursday, Sanborn said that if the shooting happened today, the case would likely be classified as domestic terrorism in part because of a shift in the understanding about what lone wolf actors since 2016. The FBI has noted an increase in attacks by people with multiple motivations. Some ideological some personal now, this guy, Mr Hoskins in the person who executed this plan..

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"jill sanborn" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"jill sanborn" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"His name could talking about rather rob it virtually every day on Biden took on Sanders's record on gun reform if I'm elected it or I'm coming for you and gun manufacturers on the senator forced to defend himself because of all these disgusting and horrific mass shootings the American people now understand that we must be aggressive on gun safety not be dictated to by the end all right invited ripped into Sanders for his recent praise of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro and his literacy program S. man said that in fact he thought it was he did not condemn what is untrue categorically untrue authoritarianism of any stripe is bad that is different than saying the government's occasionally do things that are good what are your thoughts on that Pete did judge with a warning I am not looking forward to a scenario where it comes down to Donald Trump with his nostalgia for the social order of the nineteen fifties and Bernie Sanders with Anna styles are for the revolutionary politics in the nineteen sixties eager for a do over Michael Bloomberg trying to make light of his bruising first debate I'm surprised they show up because I would have thought after I did such a good job and beating them last week that they be able to freight to do that but he was still a top target I don't care how much money Senate Bloomberg has four of the report of the Democratic Party will never trust him in a blistering attack Elizabeth Warren described being fired from her teaching job when she became pregnant at twenty one and compared it to Bloomberg allegedly encouraging a pregnant employees to get an abortion I didn't have a union to protect me I didn't have any federal law on my side so I packed up my stuff and I went home at least I didn't have a boss who said to me Kellett the way that I never Bloomberg never have said to one of my employees Bloomberg adamantly denies the allegation I never said it period end of story allegorically never said it Bloomberg argued he's best positioned to help the party succeed but raised eyebrows when he appeared to say he bought the democratic majority all of the new Democrats that came and put Nancy Pelosi in charge and gave the Congress the ability to control this president hi hi I got them he quickly corrected himself but the slip doing nothing to quell critics who say he's trying to bite the race ABC's Mary Bruce in Charleston a sudden change of leadership at the top of the Disney corporation the change effective immediately Bob Eiger will still leave Disney but the CEO duties will go to Bob JPEG most recently was head of Disney parks the goal was for me to turn over the day to day management of the company to Bob and free me up just to basically focus on the creative side in a conference call with Wall Street analysts Eiger said now that the twenty century fox acquisition is over and Disney plus is launched the time is right to start grooming his replacement change that will report to Uyghur who's expected to stay on until his contract is up at the end of next year Disney is the parent company of ABC news J. Symington's an ABC news Hollywood federal investigators say a driver in Silicon Valley who died when his Tesla hit a barrier on a freeway two years ago wasn't paying attention the NTSB has been piecing together details of how the crash happened while the Tesla was in auto pilot mode NTSB chairman Robert Sumwalt at a hearing in Washington saying systems like Tesla's autopilot are not a time to miss vehicles and they cannot drive themselves and the driver in the twenty eighteen crash was not paying attention he was playing a video game on his smartphone when his car veered over at a meeting some old also criticizing Tasso saying the company has ignored word safety recommendations made by the NTSB Alex stone ABC news a nation wide sweep of alleged extremists the justice department says four alleged members of the white nationalist group autumn often are facing charges as FBI counterterrorism chief Jill Sanborn says agents are stepping up policing of neo **** groups in the U. S. we had individuals who were involved in an intimidation campaign to put personalize messages on journalists and members of our Jewish community to intimidate them and potentially act out in violence more arrests could also be made an heir to the hot pocket fortune has been sentenced as part of the college admissions bribery scandal California apparently children have whose family came up with the popular frozen food hot pockets sentenced to five months in prison for her role in the college admission scandal prosecutors saying that you have paid Rick singer one hundred thousand dollars to have a proctor correct both of her daughters ACT exams and another two hundred grand to have one of our daughters admitted to U. S. C. as a fake beach volleyball recruit students pleading guilty in October after previously pleading not guilty she's charged with conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud as well as conspiracy to commit money laundering Dave Packer ABC news former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh's sentenced to three years in prison for tax evasion and corruption over fraudulent sales of her healthy Holly book series C. for sentencing former Baltimore.

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"jill sanborn" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"jill sanborn" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"As the US braces for the quickly spreading coronavirus handlebar walrus and Zorro mustaches are fine but the CDC says folks may need to lose their food Menchu's dollies and English's because they could prevent respirators from making a tight seal on faces the graphic also shows that standard beards and shops are also risky as there could come in contact with the respirators exhalation exhalation valve reducing their effectiveness go teas are good to go but only if a mask wearers chin hair doesn't cross the seal and while a clean shaven face is okay stubble could cause trouble eight minutes now in front of the hour on this morning once again here's Jennifer to shrink and now the three big things you need to know number one health officials say new coronavirus case in California could be the first in the U. S. that has no known connection to travel abroad or another known case of a possible sign the virus is spreading in a community California officials say the person is getting medical care in Sacramento county number two president trump declared the U. S. is a very very ready and put vice president Mike pence in charge of the country's response the south Korean and U. S. militaries have postponed their annual joint drills number three an employee opened fire at one of the nation's largest breweries in Milwaukee killing five fellow workers before taking his own life the assailant who attacked the Molson Coors complex was identified as the fifty one year old Milwaukee man who died of a self inflicted gunshot wound elsewhere sixty five years after fourteen year old Emmett till was lynched in Mississippi the house has approved legislation designating lynching as a hate crime under federal law the bill was introduced by Illinois congressman Bobby rush who recalled the day he learned about till's death from his mother she explained to us what happened to him in single thanks she said this is the reason well I would not allow my Morley's to be raised in a song the measure comes at one hundred twenty years after Congress first considered anti lynching legislation and after dozens of similar efforts were defeated this measure was approved four hundred ten two four five alleged affiliates of a neo **** paramilitary group have been arrested on charges they waged a harassment campaign against journalists activists and others including a member of president trump's cabinet Jill Sanborn is the head of the FBI's counterterrorism division we had individuals who were involved in an intimidation campaign to put personalize messages on journalists and members of our Jewish community to intimidate them and potentially act out in violence the charges brought by federal prosecutors in Virginia and Washington state are part of a broader a federal crackdown on white supremacist groups in recent months and while other fast food chains are rushing to launch a meatless and plant based options Dunkin donuts is going in the opposite direction with snack in bacon and it's just what it sounds like eight half strips of bacon wrapped up in a sleeve nice is.

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"jill sanborn" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"jill sanborn" Discussed on 600 WREC

"After fourteen year old Emmett till was lynched in Mississippi the house has approved legislation designating lynching as a hate crime under federal law the bill was introduced by Illinois congressman Bobby rush who recalled the day he learned about till's death from his mother she explained to us what happened to him in single she said this in the ring well I would not allow my Morley's to me raise NSR the measure comes at one hundred twenty years after Congress first considered anti lynching legislation and after dozens of similar efforts were defeated this measure was approved four hundred ten two four five alleged affiliates of a neo **** paramilitary group have been arrested on charges they waged a harassment campaign against journalists activists and others including a member of president trump's cabinet Jill Sanborn is the head of the FBI's counterterrorism division we had individuals who were involved in an intimidation campaign to put personalize messages on journalists and members of our Jewish community to intimidate them and potentially act out in violence the charges brought by federal prosecutors in Virginia and Washington state are part of a broader a federal crackdown on white supremacist groups in recent months and while other fast food chains are rushing to launch a meatless and plant based options Dunkin donuts is going in the opposite direction with snack in bacon and it's just what it sounds like eight half strips of bacon wrapped up in a sleeve price is R. eight half strips or not that would amount to maybe four full strongly for a full scale not only might have to get to not sure that's enough thanks in six minutes in front of the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next why a mom could only laugh after sending her three year old.

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"jill sanborn" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"jill sanborn" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"His own life the assailant who attacked the Molson course complex was identified as a fifty one year old Milwaukee man who died of a self inflicted gunshot wound elsewhere sixty five years after fourteen year old Emmett till was lynched in Mississippi the house has approved legislation designating lynching as a hate crime under federal law the bill was introduced by Illinois congressman Bobby rush who recalled the day he learned about till's death from his mother she explained to us what happened to him in single she said this in the ring well I would not allow my Morley's to me rains in the south the measure comes at one hundred twenty years after Congress first considered anti lynching legislation and after dozens of similar efforts were defeated this measure was approved four hundred ten two four five alleged affiliates of a neo **** paramilitary group have been arrested on charges they waged a harassment campaign against journalists activists and others including a member of president trump's cabinet Jill Sanborn is the head of the FBI's counterterrorism division we had individuals who were involved in an intimidation campaign to put personalize messages on journalists and members of our Jewish community to intimidate them and potentially act out in violence the charges brought by federal prosecutors in Virginia and Washington state are part of a broader a federal crackdown on white supremacist groups in recent months and while other fast food chains are rushing to launch a meatless and plant based options Dunkin donuts is going in the opposite direction with snack in bacon and it's just what it sounds like eight half strips of bacon wrapped up in a sleeve price is R. eight half strips or not that would amount to maybe four full settling for a full set of not only might have to get to not so sure that's enough thanks in six minutes in front of the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next why a mom could only laugh after sending her three.

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Five alleged neo-Nazis accused of intimidating journalists

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Five alleged neo-Nazis accused of intimidating journalists

"Five alleged affiliates of a neo **** paramilitary group have been arrested on charges they waged a harassment campaign against journalists activists and others including a member of president trump's cabinet Jill Sanborn is the head of the FBI's counterterrorism division we had individuals who were involved in an intimidation campaign to put personalize messages on journalists and members of our Jewish community to intimidate them and potentially act out in violence the charges brought by federal prosecutors in Virginia and Washington state are part of a broader a federal crackdown on white supremacist groups in recent

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"jill sanborn" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"jill sanborn" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Years after fourteen year old Emmett till was lynched in Mississippi the house has approved legislation designating lynching as a hate crime under federal law the bill was introduced by Illinois congressman Bobby rush who recalled the day he learned about till's death from his mother she explained to us what happened to him in single she said this in the ring well I would not allow my Morley's we raise in this the measure comes at one hundred twenty years after Congress first considered anti lynching legislation and after dozens of similar efforts were defeated this measure was approved four hundred ten two four five alleged affiliates of a neo **** paramilitary group have been arrested on charges they waged a harassment campaign against journalists activists and others including a member of president trump's cabinet Jill Sanborn is the head of the FBI's counterterrorism division we have individuals who were involved in an intimidation campaign to put personalize messages on journalists and members of our Jewish community to intimidate them and potentially act out in violence the charges brought by federal prosecutors in Virginia and Washington state are part of a broader a federal crackdown on white supremacist groups in recent months and while other fast food chains are rushing to launch a meatless and plant based options Dunkin donuts is going in the opposite direction with snack in bacon and it's just what it sounds like eight half strips of bacon wrapped up in a sleeve price is part eight half strips another would amount to maybe four full settling for a full set of not only might have to get to not sure that's enough thanks at six minutes in front of the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next why a mom could only laugh after sending her three.

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"jill sanborn" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"jill sanborn" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens the. US House is set to vote today on a proposal to limit president. Trump's abilities to take take military action against Iran Democrats and Republicans are divided over the resolution but lawmakers on both sides of criticized the administration's briefing on Iran is being invade president trump is urging NATO countries to become much more involved in the Middle East and US efforts against Iran for Montreal. Emma Jacobs reports that Canada's as leader says the alliance has already playing what he calls a significant role in the region. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that Canada which leads the NATO mission training Iraqi military is already one of the NATO countries. Doing the most there are always going to be more reflections on. What are the next steps to take? Given the current circumstances Canadian Forces were also present on the base in Erbil Iraq struck by Iranian missiles. Tuesday tro said Canada will continue to push for de Esscalation in the region and focus on defeating Isis for NPR news. I'm Emma Jacobs in Montreal. Senate Majority Leader Mitch. McConnell says there will be no haggling ogling over the impeachment trial of President Trump House speaker. Nancy Pelosi says she will release the two articles of impeachment without more information on rules for the preceding Minnesota's top F. B. I. Official has taken the helm and the agency's Counterterrorism Division. Jill Sanborn is the first woman to head that unit. NPR's Ryan Lucas. Lucas has more. Jill sanborn takes over as the assistant director of the Counterterrorism Division. FBI Headquarters. She began her career more than twenty years ago in the Phoenix. Field Office Investigating Bank fraud and computer hacking. She joined the offices Joint Terrorism Task Force in two thousand one and served on several foreign deployments including in Iraq Saudi Arabia in Pakistan. She has helped lead hundreds of investigations both overseas and on US soil including the two thousand fifteen terror attack in San Bernardino California FBI Director. Dr Christopher Ray put her in charge of the Minneapolis field office in two thousand eighteen before now calling her back to headquarters to make her the first female agent to run the Counterterrorism Division Ryan Lucas. NPR News Washington a cluster of more than fifteen ammonia cases has stumped health officials in central China officials. Say the mysterious illness may be due due to a new family of viruses that caused the deadly SARS and Moore's outbreaks NPR's Emily Fang reports that the announcement comes amid fears of a potential epidemic China state broadcasters at the illness likely novel strain of Corona virus closely related to stars in Middle East Respiratory Syndrome. Fifty nine people have been sickened and the Chinese port city of Wuhan. KGO eight been released so far after having fever state media said many of the infected frequent seafood market there. NPR's Emily Fang. In addition addition to the Wuhan Cases Hong Kong added the virus to its list of infectious diseases. You're listening to NPR news. Another mass evacuation is being advised in heavily populated areas of southeast Australia because of the return of hot and dry conditions again again fueling the region's ongoing wildfire crisis. The death toll from the blazes that began in September has risen to at least twenty seven people and thousands of animals goals more than two twenty five and a half million acres of land have been burned and thousands of residents have been displaced the United Nations. There was a significant surge in violence in West Africa and the Suhel last year as Linda Fassulo reports the UN's top official for the region says more more than four thousand people were killed in terrorist attacks in Mali burkina-fasso and this year alone the UN official told the Security Council that killings by terrorists increased fivefold since twenty sixteen and eighteen facile Molly Anisur rising from some seven hundred seventy deaths to the four thousand last cheer and he said that the terrorist attacks are often deliberate efforts by violent extremists to engage in illicit activities including capturing weapons and territory he noted that terrorism organized crime and intercommunal violence are often intertwined especially in areas where there is little government control extremists. He said often provide protection to populations as well as social services in exchange for loyalty about half a million people have been placed for NPR news. I'm I'm Linda. Fassulo in New York on Asian stock market shares closed higher. I'm Shay Stevens N._P._R.. News in Washington..

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"jill sanborn" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"jill sanborn" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens the. US House is set to vote today on a proposal to limit president. Trump's abilities to take take military action against Iran Democrats and Republicans are divided over the resolution but lawmakers on both sides of criticized the administration's briefing on Iran is being invade president trump is urging NATO countries to become much more involved in the Middle East and US efforts against Iran for Montreal. Emma Jacobs reports that Canada's as leader says the alliance has already playing what he calls a significant role in the region. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that Canada which leads the NATO mission training Iraqi military is already one of the NATO countries. Doing the most there are always going to be more reflections on. What are the next steps to take? Given the current circumstances Canadian Forces were also present on the base in Erbil Iraq struck by Iranian missiles. Tuesday tro said Canada will continue to push for de Esscalation in the region and focus on defeating Isis for NPR news. I'm Emma Jacobs in Montreal. Senate Majority Leader Mitch. McConnell says there will be no haggling ogling over the impeachment trial of President Trump House speaker. Nancy Pelosi says she will release the two articles of impeachment without more information on rules for the preceding Minnesota's top F. B. I. Official has taken the helm and the agency's Counterterrorism Division. Jill Sanborn is the first woman to head that unit. NPR's Ryan Lucas. Lucas has more. Jill sanborn takes over as the assistant director of the Counterterrorism Division. FBI Headquarters. She began her career more than twenty years ago in the Phoenix. Field Office Investigating Bank fraud and computer hacking. She joined the offices Joint Terrorism Task Force in two thousand one and served on several foreign deployments including in Iraq Saudi Arabia in Pakistan. She has helped lead hundreds of investigations both overseas and on US soil including the two thousand fifteen terror attack in San Bernardino California FBI Director. Dr Christopher Ray put her in charge of the Minneapolis field office in two thousand eighteen before now calling her back to headquarters to make her the first female agent to run the Counterterrorism Division Ryan Lucas. NPR News Washington a cluster of more than fifteen ammonia cases has stumped health officials in central China officials. Say the mysterious illness may be due due to a new family of viruses that caused the deadly SARS and Moore's outbreaks NPR's Emily Fang reports that the announcement comes amid fears of a potential epidemic China state broadcasters at the illness likely novel strain of Corona virus closely related to stars in Middle East Respiratory Syndrome. Fifty nine people have been sickened and the Chinese port city of Wuhan. KGO eight been released so far after having fever state media said many of the infected frequent seafood market there. NPR's Emily Fang. In addition addition to the Wuhan Cases Hong Kong added the virus to its list of infectious diseases. You're listening to NPR news. Another mass evacuation is being advised in heavily populated areas of southeast Australia because of the return of hot and dry conditions again again fueling the region's ongoing wildfire crisis. The death toll from the blazes that began in September has risen to at least twenty seven people and thousands of animals goals more than two twenty five and a half million acres of land have been burned and thousands of residents have been displaced the United Nations. There was a significant surge in violence in West Africa and the Suhel last year as Linda Fassulo reports the UN's top official for the region says more more than four thousand people were killed in terrorist attacks in Mali burkina-fasso and this year alone the UN official told the Security Council that killings by terrorists increased fivefold since twenty sixteen and eighteen facile Molly Anisur rising from some seven hundred seventy deaths to the four thousand last cheer and he said that the terrorist attacks are often deliberate efforts by violent extremists to engage in illicit activities including capturing weapons and territory he noted that terrorism organized crime and intercommunal violence are often intertwined especially in areas where there is little government control extremists. He said often provide protection to populations as well as social services in exchange for loyalty about half a million people have been placed for NPR news. I'm I'm Linda. Fassulo in New York on Asian stock market shares closed higher. I'm Shay Stevens N._P._R.. News in Washington..

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"jill sanborn" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"jill sanborn" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens the. US House is set to vote today on a proposal to limit president. Trump's abilities to take take military action against Iran Democrats and Republicans are divided over the resolution but lawmakers on both sides of criticized the administration's briefing on Iran is being invade president trump is urging NATO countries to become much more involved in the Middle East and US efforts against Iran for Montreal. Emma Jacobs reports that Canada's as leader says the alliance has already playing what he calls a significant role in the region. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that Canada which leads the NATO mission training Iraqi military is already one of the NATO countries. Doing the most there are always going to be more reflections on. What are the next steps to take? Given the current circumstances Canadian Forces were also present on the base in Erbil Iraq struck by Iranian missiles. Tuesday tro said Canada will continue to push for de Esscalation in the region and focus on defeating Isis for NPR news. I'm Emma Jacobs in Montreal. Senate Majority Leader Mitch. McConnell says there will be no haggling ogling over the impeachment trial of President Trump House speaker. Nancy Pelosi says she will release the two articles of impeachment without more information on rules for the preceding Minnesota's top F. B. I. Official has taken the helm and the agency's Counterterrorism Division. Jill Sanborn is the first woman to head that unit. NPR's Ryan Lucas. Lucas has more. Jill sanborn takes over as the assistant director of the Counterterrorism Division. FBI Headquarters. She began her career more than twenty years ago in the Phoenix. Field Office Investigating Bank fraud and computer hacking. She joined the offices Joint Terrorism Task Force in two thousand one and served on several foreign deployments including in Iraq Saudi Arabia in Pakistan. She has helped lead hundreds of investigations both overseas and on US soil including the two thousand fifteen terror attack in San Bernardino California FBI Director. Dr Christopher Ray put her in charge of the Minneapolis field office in two thousand eighteen before now calling her back to headquarters to make her the first female agent to run the Counterterrorism Division Ryan Lucas. NPR News Washington a cluster of more than fifteen ammonia cases has stumped health officials in central China officials. Say the mysterious illness may be due due to a new family of viruses that caused the deadly SARS and Moore's outbreaks NPR's Emily Fang reports that the announcement comes amid fears of a potential epidemic China state broadcasters at the illness likely novel strain of Corona virus closely related to stars in Middle East Respiratory Syndrome. Fifty nine people have been sickened and the Chinese port city of Wuhan. KGO eight been released so far after having fever state media said many of the infected frequent seafood market there. NPR's Emily Fang. In addition addition to the Wuhan Cases Hong Kong added the virus to its list of infectious diseases. You're listening to NPR news. Another mass evacuation is being advised in heavily populated areas of southeast Australia because of the return of hot and dry conditions again again fueling the region's ongoing wildfire crisis. The death toll from the blazes that began in September has risen to at least twenty seven people and thousands of animals goals more than two twenty five and a half million acres of land have been burned and thousands of residents have been displaced the United Nations. There was a significant surge in violence in West Africa and the Suhel last year as Linda Fassulo reports the UN's top official for the region says more more than four thousand people were killed in terrorist attacks in Mali burkina-fasso and this year alone the UN official told the Security Council that killings by terrorists increased fivefold since twenty sixteen and eighteen facile Molly Anisur rising from some seven hundred seventy deaths to the four thousand last cheer and he said that the terrorist attacks are often deliberate efforts by violent extremists to engage in illicit activities including capturing weapons and territory he noted that terrorism organized crime and intercommunal violence are often intertwined especially in areas where there is little government control extremists. He said often provide protection to populations as well as social services in exchange for loyalty about half a million people have been placed for NPR news. I'm I'm Linda. Fassulo in New York on Asian stock market shares closed higher. I'm Shay Stevens N._P._R.. News in Washington..

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"jill sanborn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:23 min | 2 years ago

"jill sanborn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"News live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jax beer president trump now says a wrong appears to be standing down in its confrontation with the U. Y. es during a White House speech earlier today the president gave no indication U. S. is planning additional military action in response to a Ronnie in missile strikes the targeted US forces last night and yours Greg my areas more president trump's remarks coupled with earlier comments by Iranian leaders point to a de escalation of the latest crisis trump vowed to defend US interest but added the fact that we have this great military equipment however does not mean we have to use it we do not want to use it the president noted that the Iranian missile barrage cause minimal damage and that no Americans were harmed however trump called around the world's leading sponsor of terrorism and said his administration would impose additional economic sanctions Greg my re NPR news Washington post defense department officials say a major reason there were no casualties in last night's missile strike against Iraqi air bases which house from U. S. troops were U. S. early warning systems that includes the all the Saudi air base home to hundreds of U. S. military personnel details from NPR's Tom Bowman a defense official says US early warning system to tech to the incoming ballistic missiles well in advance and that provided US and coalition forces adequate time to take appropriate force protection measures one military official said the US had intelligence through capabilities like communications intercepts and satellites and radar that cap watch on a runny missile forces and movement or reports today of some rockets landing in on your racks greens on but nobody reports of casualties or damage the new head of the F. B. 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S. strikes and at one point trump specifically said the United States doesn't need Middle East oil anymore and that is a signal that trump doesn't feel the Middle East is worth all this trouble that's what Michael Singh told me he was the Middle East director in the George W. bush White House you hear two teams wanted that look this region just isn't that important to us anymore I think a lot of people would dispute that but many people wouldn't I'm and then also the second theme that others need to step up whether to Europeans whether it's NATO whether it's frankly the countries of the region themselves like without even a Marathi and that's something that has that trump is brought up before in during his campaign and since them about getting out of the Middle East there's been a lot of conversation on Capitol Hill because finally there were some briefings on some of the I guess evidence so to speak that led to this decision to the president shed any light on the so called imminent threat that prompted him to order the strike until money no he just described a solemn money as a ruthless terrorists and outlined some of his past bad deeds in and said in recent days that some money was planning new attacks on American targets trump did not give any details on the type of threat that warranted such a risky action now I will say the administration was on the hill today briefing members of Congress after that meeting many Democrats said it was unconvincing and so did Republican senator Mike Lee of Utah I find this insulting.

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