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"joe lombardo" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Progress on the climate crisis current policies are taking the world to a 2 .8 degree temperature rise by the end of the century that spells catastrophe yet the collective response is we pitiful are earthling towards disaster eyes wide open with far too many willing it all on wishful thinking and proven is and silver bullet solutions it's time to wake up and step up as Secretary of State Tony Blinken makes his way to China to discuss the war or in in Ukraine US China relations and other issues Russia has fired a fresh volley of missiles on Ukraine's capital earlier today explosions rang out across Kiev where Ukraine's military claims that shot down six hypersonic missiles six cruise missiles into reconnaissance drones the daytime attacks came as seven African heads of state led by South African President Cyril Poposa visited Kiev in a bid to kick -start peace talks between Ukraine and Russia Meanwhile top Pentagon officials called Thursday for US allies to continue pouring weapons into Ukraine speaking from a meeting of the Ukraine defense contact group in Belgium Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin asked allies to quote dig deep to provide Ukraine with air defense systems and more ammunition Joint Chiefs of Staff Chair Air General Mark Milley acknowledged Ukraine's military is suffering heavy losses as it presses a counter -offensive against entrenched French forces in eastern Ukraine There are several hundred thousand Russian troops dug in and prepared positions all along the front line and Ukraine has begun their And attack they're making steady progress. This is a very difficult fight. It's a very violent fight And it will likely take a considerable amount of time at high cost. A federal grand jury has indicted 21 year old Air National Guard member Jack Teixeira on six counts of willful retention and transmission of classified information over the recent leak of highly classified Pentagon intelligence documents. Teixeira has been jailed since April. If convicted, he faces up to 10 years in prison for each charge. Teixeira is accused of violating same the part of the Inespionage Act used by federal prosecutors to charge Donald Trump over his mishandling of classified documents at Mar -a -Lago. Trump was released without having to pay bond after pleading not guilty his at arraignment in a Miami federal court on Tuesday. Back in the United States, International the Longshore and Warehouse Union has reached a tentative agreement on a six -year labor contract covering some 22 dockworkers ,000 at all 29 ports along the West Coast. The deal, which is subject to ratification by members, caps more than a year of negotiations after the union's previous contract expired last July. And Nevada Governor Joe Lombardo has signed legislation allocating $380 million in public funds for a new Major League Baseball ballpark in Las Vegas. The bill clears the way for the athletics to apply to the MLB to relocate from Oakland, California, where has the played team for over half a century. Oakland A's executives hired more than a dozen lobbyists to press lawmakers Nevada's in capital, Carson City, to approve a $1 .5 billion stadium, arguing it'll create jobs and boost Las Vegas' economy. Writing about the move in The Nation magazine, sports Zirin editor commented, Dave quote, This is about billionaire sports owners demanding socialism for rich the and seasonal service industry work for the laboring class. They are urban hostage takers demanding a king's ransom from the public trough, Zirin wrote. And those are some of the headlines. This is Democracy Now!, democracynow .org, The War and Peace Report. I'm Amy Goodman. We begin today's with show a major victory at the Supreme Court in a case that could have gutted Native American sovereignty. On Thursday, the court upheld the 1978 Indian Child Welfare Act that protects Native children from being removed from their tribal communities for fostering or adoption in non -Native homes. Tribal leaders say the law helps to preserve their families, traditions and cultures. In a stunning 7 -2 ruling, Justice Amy Coney Barrett rejected an argument from Republican -led states and white families who argued the system is based on race, writing, quote, in sum, Congress's power to legislate with respect to Indians is well established and broad. Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote in a concurring opinion, quote, the Indian Child Welfare Act did not emerge from a vacuum. It came as a direct response to the mass removal of Indian children from families their during the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s by state officials and private parties, unquote. Many are also taking note of the final paragraph of Justice Gorsuch's plan. It reads, quote, often Native American tribes have come to this court seeking justice only to leave with bowed heads and empty hands. But that is not because this court has no justice to offer them. Our Constitution reserves for the tribes a place, an enduring place in the structure of American life. It promises them sovereignty for as as long they wish to keep it. And it secures that promise by divesting states of authority over Indian affairs and by giving the federal government certain significant but limited and enumerated powers aimed at building a lasting peace. In adopting the Indian Child Welfare Act, Congress exercised that lawful authority to secure the right of Indian parents to raise their families as they please, the right of Indian children to grow in their culture and the right of Indian communities to resist fading into the twilight of history. Gorsuch concluded, all of that is in keeping with the Constitution's original design." Meanwhile, Justices Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas both wrote dissents with Thomas objecting to, quote, regulating state court child custody proceedings of citizens US who may never have even set foot on Indian lands merely because the child involved happens to be an Indian, unquote. For more on all of this, we're joined in Oklahoma by Rebecca Nagle, a Cherokee writer, award -winning journalist who followed this case closely in a piece for The Nation headlined The Story of Baby O and the Case that Could Gut Native Sovereignty. She's also the host of This Land podcast. In season two, she's been reporting on how the far right is using native children to attack American Indian tribes and advance a conservative agenda. Rebecca, welcome back to Democracy Now! Please first respond to this, what shocked many Native American tribes and communities, and also tell us the story of Baby O. Thank you, Amy, so much for having me and for covering this important issue. Really what happened with this case is that for the past decade, special interest groups have used this law, the Indian Child Welfare Act, as a vehicle to
"joe lombardo" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Eight under par 62 on Thursday, the best score ever at the open. Less than 30 minutes later, Zander Shoffley matched it. They share the lead after the first round soccer. The U .S. men rounded Mexico 3 -0 in the World Series. They'll advance to play in Sunday's final. During the match, multiple sources reported Greg Berhalter is on his way back as the team's coach. An official announcement is expected today. Baseball the Angels topped the Rangers 5 -3. Shohei Ohtani gets his sixth win, backed up by three dingers, including a two -run shot from Shohei Ohtani, his 22nd time the major league lead. Manager Phil Nevin with a 3 -0 lead. The Cubs swept out the Pirates. Marcus Stroman his wins sixth straight. Braves scaled the Rockies. One of Ozzie Albee's three hits was a bases -clearing double. Nationals and Astros played scoreless ball into the ninth. Washington pulls it out in ten innings. Dodgers rally past the White Sox in ten. Phillies edged the Diamondbacks to back move over .500. Rays shaded the A's to earn a split in Oakland. With the Las Vegas stadium funding bill signed by Governor Nevada Joe Lombardo, the A's will now apply to MLB for relocation approval. Orioles over the Blue Jays. Guardians overpowered the Padres and the Tigers doubled up the Twins. The College World Series begins today in Omaha. Oral Roberts and TCU will kick things off, followed by Virginia against Florida. Tomorrow, Stanford meets number one Wake Forest, then Tennessee takes on SEC rival LSU in the double elimination tournament. That's Friday Sports. Robert Workman sports. on We'll talk to you Monday at seven till when we return on America in the morning. Electric air travel after these messages. Yeah. Oh, yeah. I've been waiting on my beautiful, beautiful. Oh, no. Oh, my friend and I are taking a trip to Mexico this year, but neither of us speak Spanish. So we downloaded Babel and started learning Spanish fast. Want start to getting conversational in another language in
"joe lombardo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In his own party could actually threaten funding of the government when it needs it in October to close the deal. And Donald Trump has pleaded not guilty to all 37 federal accounts against him, becomes the first former president to ever be arrested on federal charges. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg Art on to sports and Bloomberg's Dan Schwartzman all eyes on Lionel again Messi making a decision on the World Cup, huh? Yeah, that's right, Ed. He has told Chinese news outlets he will not be playing in the 2026 World Cup, which will take place in the US, Mexico and Canada. The seven time belong to our winner is in China on international duty with Argentina the friendlies versus Australia and Indonesia coming up the Member newest of inner Miami of the MLS leading his country to a World Cup win last year scoring seven goals in seven matches including twice in the final versus France sources say Real Madrid's gonna make a run at PSG superstar killing Mbappe this summer rather than wait till next year to sign the France International on a free transfer We're hearing that it will be about 150 million euros and PSG is willing to shop if somebody's willing to meet that price Oakland A's one step even closer to moving to Las Vegas the Nevada State Senate has passed a 380 million dollar public funding bill to help fund a new stadium for the Oakland A's it It will now have to go to the legislature for a vote there and then if it passes their governor Joe Lombardo who wants a baseball team in Vegas will sign it and that will pave the way for a I guess an unprecedented Move as Vegas will have three pro teams. I'm Dan Schwartzman. This is Bloomberg This
Nevada Republican governor approves abortion protections in cross-party move
"It's a rare occurrence for a Republican governor. Nevada governor Joe lombardo has signed into law, protections for out of state women seeking abortions, and the in state providers who are assisting them. The legislation codifies an existing executive order from former democratic governor Steve sisolak that bars state agencies from assisting in out of state investigations that could lead to the prosecution of abortion patients who traveled to Nevada. It also ensures that medical boards and commissions that oversee medical licenses do not discipline or disqualify doctors who provide abortions, lombardo describes himself as pro life, but said on the campaign trail that he would respect the will of voters. I am Donna warder
"joe lombardo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The requirements while Democrats are against the policy. Speaking on Capitol Hill today, House speaker Kevin McCarthy accused Democrats of being out of step with ordinary Americans who favored tighter rules. Prosecutors in New York are telling former president Trump's attorneys that evidence in their hush money case involving Trump is an audio recording of him and a witness the evidence was made public in a court filing on Friday by Manhattan district attorney Alvin Bragg's office. It's not known who the witness is or when the recording was made. Trump was charged last month with 34 counts of falsifying business records involving hush money payments to adult film star stormy Daniels and a former Playboy model pleading not guilty. Florida governor Ron DeSantis is speaking out for the first time since announcing he's running for president during an event in Orlando. He laid out his administration's record on education in the state. We made sure using our authority that every school district starting in the summer of 2020, every school had to be open for in person instruction. And so parents in this state had the ability to send their kid to school in person he said he's also given parents more of a say in what their children are being taught. The governor attacked the media saying they pushed a false narrative that books are being banned in the state. As summer beckons, Americans are eagerly planning their summer getaways despite ongoing economic challenges, folks are prioritizing summer travel in their budgets. About 46% of consumers, according to our survey, are planning more travel this summer than last year, and about 47% are planning the same amount of travel than last year. Cecilia sidon with consumer research expert TransUnion says for many people, some are travel is the highlight of the year. She says after several years of feeling pent up, Americans are hungry for travel. She adds more households with kids are taking advantage of the summertime off and opting to hit the road as their top travel plan. I'm Chris. The governor of Nevada is permitting students to wear religious and cultural regalia at graduation ceremonies on Thursday, Republican governor Joe lombardo signed the dress code Bill into law, lombardo says every student is entitled to express their unique cultural and religious identity. Conflict over proper commencement attire has resulted in laws in nearly a dozen states. Taylor Swift fans are already flocking to MetLife stadium for the first year's tour in New Jersey, Natalie migliore
A's, Nevada leaders reach tentative ballpark agreement
"Republican Nevada governor Joe lombardo announced Wednesday a tentative agreement with the Oakland athletics and legislative leaders for a stadium funding plan after weeks of negotiations over how much the state will contribute to a $1.5 billion Las Vegas ballpark, according to a joint statement. The tentative agreement includes a funding bill, which will be introduced in the Nevada legislature in the coming days, giving lawmakers less than two weeks to consider it before the session ends. The threat of a special legislative session looms if lawmakers can't agree on the terms by June 5th. I'm get cool.
"joe lombardo" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"That's the most serious crime you could commit, at least in my opinion. There's some other people may have different opinions, but you take someone's life, that's it. It's not like we'll put them in the hospital, and they'll be out in a couple of weeks. They're gone. That's permanent. Yeah, just a quick update too. I found some things coming to Las Vegas police put out, they said, tell us was upset about articles being written about German as an investigative journalist that exposed potential wrongdoing. They took him into custody following an hour's long standoff at his home. He was hospitalized for what Clark county sheriff Joe lombardo described as self inflicted wounds. So apparently not fatal, obviously, and not serious enough. He was taken into custody, was carried out on a stretcher, and now he's in jail. This
"joe lombardo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Now, with the latest news from New York City and around the world, here's Michael Barr. Lisa John tonight former president Trump is set to kick off his third run for The White House. That is despite a growing number of Republicans and donors urging him to reconsider. Among those, the billionaire founder of Citadel, Ken Griffin. I'd like to think that the Republican Party is ready to move on from somebody who's been for this party a three time loser. Ken Griffin made those comments at the Bloomberg new economy forum in Singapore. In Arizona, Democrat Katie Hobbs is projected to be the state's new governor. The Phoenix Arizona area reported enough votes for her to put the race out of reach for Republican Kerry Lake, a supporter of ex-president Trump's false claims about the 2020 election. UVA political science professor Larry samanda. People are starting to wake up and realize that you can't run a republic. If people only accept the results when they win. Political science professor Larry sabado. Republican governor candidate Joe lombardo delivered his victory speech after he was declared the winner of Nevada's governor race unseating democratic incumbent governor Steve sisolak in last week's midterm election. And from the bottom of my heart, I sincerely thank the voters in Nevada for the trust you have placed in me. It is the single greatest honor of my life. Governor elect lombardo promised to earn the trust of all nevadans whether they voted for him or not. President Biden spoke at the G 20 summit in valley Indonesia, hoping to gain international support and condemning the destructive Russian invasion of Ukraine among other causes, Biden co hosting an event with Indonesian president widodo also aims to mobilize $600 billion in the next 5 years in global infrastructure investments. I'm convinced we're going to come out of this crisis we've been through in the pandemic and other things stronger than we went in. Every time we engage, we get
"joe lombardo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Now a global news update. President Biden is expected to give Chinese president Xi Jinping a warning about North Korea on Monday. Biden and Xi will hold their first face to face meeting as national leaders on the sideline of the G 20 summit in Indonesia. The White House says Biden will warn she that North Korea's continued pursuit of weapons development will lead to an enhanced U.S. Military presence in the region, and that North Korea presents a threat to peace and stability in the region. State Democrats are waiting until the week of December 5th to hold their leadership elections, holding off on the vote until December means Democrats will likely know which party will be in the majority before casting their ballots. The Senate majority leader Charles Schumer is expected to win reelection as the Senate democratic leader. Senate Republicans are still deciding when to host their own leadership elections. Republican Joe lombardo is the projected winner in the race to become Nevada's governor, NBC News projects at lombardo has defeated democratic incumbent Steve sisolak. Lombardo previously served as the sheriff of Clark county, votes are still being counted in Arizona's governor race where Democrat Katie Hobbs has a slight lead over Republican Carrie Lake. Alec Baldwin is filing a lawsuit against four crew members over a fatal shooting on the set of the rust movie. Last year, the actor was using a gun that went off during rehearsal and killed cinematographer Helena Hutchins, Baldwin's lawsuit stems from a previous suit in which he was named as a defendant. His cross complaint claims the negligence of four crew members led to the shooting and now he's seeking damages for the immense grief he endured. The national toy Hall of Fame is introducing its 2022 class. Natalie migliori has more. There are three inductees this year, which include the light bright, masters of the universe, action figures, and the traditional top. The competition was pretty tight this year since panelists had to choose from a dozen finalists, which included nerf bingo and pound puppies. Last year's inductees were literal sand like what you would find at the beach, the board game risk and American girl dolls. I'm Julie Ryan. Veterans now have a lifetime pass to national parks and other public land. Brian shook has more. Interior secretary Deb haaland said in a statement from her department that this is part of a sacred obligation to Americans who have served in the military. The free passes started on Veterans Day Friday. Each free pass will cover entrance fees for all passengers in a personal vehicle and amenity fees at national forests and grasslands. I'm Brian shook. New York is being ordered to temporarily pause distributing marijuana retail licenses. A state federal judge is siding with a company in Michigan that alleges issuing the retail licenses discriminates against applicants who don't live in the state. The first group of licenses is supposed to go to New Yorkers or family members who have previous marijuana convictions. Los Angeles residents might have to mask up in the near future. Nika magas reports. Doctor kavita trevi says rising COVID infections and other winter viruses are threatening hospital capacity across the state. We are really concerned about the impact on our healthcare systems with the first COVID surge in this winter season without masks on because a lot of people have taken masks off. Health officials in LA county warned that two newly emerging COVID variants are fueling a fall in winter surge. They also note a significant rise in COVID related hospitalizations. If the average rises to 100 cases per 100,000 residents per week, the county will then make masking a strong recommendation. The NFL will honor the late John Madden with a special commemoration on Thanksgiving Day, the league announced a multifaceted celebration over its three games on the holiday. The John Madden Thanksgiving celebration will be a yearly celebration of Madden's legacy with a special logo placed on the fields. Madden and Thanksgiving content will air the whole week of the holiday as well. Madden died late last year at the age of 85. I'm Julie Ryan.
"joe lombardo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bloomberg business app. This is Bloomberg radio. Now a global news update. The question of which party will control a critical part of Congress may soon be answered. Democrats are just one seat away from retaining control of the U.S. Senate. Democratic senator Mark Kelly declared victory in Arizona Friday night, giving Democrats 49 seats in the Senate, and needing only one more to clinch the majority with vice president Harris as a tie breaking vote. The party is now looking at the Nevada Senate race where democratic senator Catherine Cortez masto is neck and neck with Republican challenger Adam laxalt. Republican Joe lombardo is the projected winner in the race to become governor of Nevada, NBC News reports lombardo will defeat democratic incumbent Steve sisolak previously lombardo served as the sheriff of Clark county. You might need to boost your budget for Thanksgiving dinner this year, the avian flu is to blame. Lucinda K has the very latest. There's a shortage of eggs and turkeys and that means higher prices. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says the avian flu has affected a near record number of birds this year. In 2015 the record hit 50 and a half million. This year already, 50.3 million birds have been affected. The only way to stop the spread of the virus is to kill entire flocks, millions of turkeys and egg laying chickens had to be killed. Economists at the university of San Diego say the price of eggs and poultry have risen considerably. I'm lucinda cay. In President Biden is warning that the world faces a pivotal moment in the fight against climate change, while addressing world leaders at the UN climate summit, Biden said the U.S. will help make a global transition to a low carbon future as his administration makes large investments in climate initiatives. Biden said that the U.S. is doubling its commitment to a fund to help countries adapt to climate change, bringing in total pledges to $100 billion. And that's the very latest. I'm Jim Forbes. Local and federal law enforcement leaders in San Diego county say they're cracking down on fentanyl traffickers, cliff Albert has the very latest. U.S. attorney Randy Grossman says the San Diego region has become the epicenter for fentanyl trafficking due to its proximity to the border, border officials. Our seizing more fentanyl in our district, San Diego county and imperial county than anywhere else in the nation. He says prosecutions for fentanyl are up 1600% over the last 5 years. And if you are dealing fentanyl in San Diego county or imperial county, you do not want to be on the other side of a federal indictment from our office. The U.S. attorney says the number of fentanyl deaths in the cynical region is unprecedented. I'm glad Albert. A ban on TikTok in the U.S. could happen before the new Congress is sworn in this January, current FCC commissioner Brendan Carr referred to TikTok as quote China's digital fentanyl on Fox News. He said he agrees with potential congressional legislation to ban TikTok because of security risks, he believes the legislation would have bipartisan support. Veterans now have a lifetime pass to national and wildlife parks and other public land, Brian shook has the very latest. Interior secretary Deb haaland said in a statement from her department that this is part of a sacred obligation to Americans who have served in the military. The free passes started on Veterans Day Friday. Each free pass will cover entrance fees for all passengers in a personal vehicle and amenity fees at national forests and grasslands. I'm Brian shook. And the creator of the popular western TV series Yellowstone is laughing at suggestions that it's a Republican show, Taylor Sheridan says the series is about the displacement of Native Americans and the treatment of Native American women. He adds that it's also about corporate greed and land grabbing. I'm Jim Forbes. Now this Bloomberg sports update the next even their record at 6 and 6 by defeating the Detroit Pistons at Madison Square Garden one 21 to one 12, the pistons fall to three and ten on the season Owens 7 on the road, RJ Barrett led the next with 30 points while Jalen Brunson added 26 to go along with 7 assistant forest yields. Boyan Bogdanovich led to Troy with 25, the nets had Friday off, they take on the clippers in Los Angeles at four, later this afternoon, the local NHL teams had Friday off later tonight, the devil's try from 9 wins in a row when they host Arizona at 7 p.m., the islanders will host Columbus, and the rangers will be at Nashville. Not even a week after winning the World Series, the Houston Astros need a new general manager. ESPN reporting GM James click will not return to the team after he rejected a one year deal. Click was hired by the Astros in 2020 in the aftermath of the 2017 sign ceiling scandal. College football Rutgers has dropped back to back games, heading into its game in a week 11. The scarlet knights looked to snap Aries and skid when they visit Michigan state this afternoon at noon, Syracuse hoping it can put an end to its three game losing streak. They aren't chose number 23 Florida state tonight at 8. College basketball top ranked North Carolina held off Charleston one O two 86, second ranked Gonzaga defeated Michigan state 64 63, the Spartans missing on a last second buzzer beater. It was Kentucky over duquesne, duke defeated South Carolina upstate. There was an upset, temple defeated 16th ranked Villanova 68 to 64. And following an opening night victory over Monmouth on Wednesday, the seton hall pirates returned to the court later today when they faced the Saint Peter's peacocks. One year after taking Saint Peter's on a miracle run to the elite 8, Holloway will face his former club in his second game, has head coach at seton hall. Game time at 12 Newton. Will the Bloomberg sports update, I'm
"joe lombardo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"At Bloomberg markets, our guests know where to get the answers. Just to put a good word in for Bloomberg, one of the few systems you can easily use to figure it out is right in front of you. Inside. Analysis. And the best from the Bloomberg terminal. The Bloomberg terminal is like a Ducati Panigale. I can extract maybe 5 to 6% of a total. I don't think you're even close. I think it's like sitting on top of a Saturn V 5. Bloomberg markets with Paul Sweeney and met Miller, weekday mornings at ten eastern, on Bloomberg radio. Former president Donald Trump is suing to block a subpoena from the January 6th committee. The subpoena would force Trump to testify in court next week, but his lawsuit argues the subpoena intrudes on the executive privilege guaranteed to him as president, even though he left office over 21 months ago. Republican Joe lombardo is the projected winner in the race to become governor of Nevada NBC News reports lombardo will defeat democratic incumbent Steve sisolak. Lombardo previously served as the sheriff of Clark county. Los Angeles residents might have to mask up in the near future, doctor kavita trevet says rising COVID infections and other winter viruses across the state are threatening hospital capacity. We are really concerned about the impact on our healthcare systems with kind of the first COVID surge in this winter season without masks because a lot of people have taken masks off. I'm Brian chuck. And I'm Charlie pellet, at Bloomberg world headquarters. It was the biggest weekly gain for the S&P 500 Index since June raising questions as to how much further the rally can run. Mike Wilson is chief U.S. equity strategist at Morgan Stanley. Probably further to go, I would say through Thanksgiving, maybe even into early December. You know, we'll manage this tightly. We'll be disciplined, but I don't think the rallies over at this point. Morgan Stanley's Mike Wilson, investors continue to digest yesterday's CPI print and Christina camp money, senior portfolio manager at invesco, cautions against over interpreting that report. It's one data print and it had across the board important components. OER, healthcare, goods, disinflation. But it still is one print, right? We've had head fakes before. And I think Powell has told us we're downshifting, but we're not. This is not a U turn in policy. Christina kampmann, senior portfolio manager at invesco. As for the economic outlook, specifically inflation, torsten slock is chief economist at Apollo management. We might actually have a scenario where we could have a soft landing because we are now seeing invasion begin to come down, admittedly, 7.7 is still very elevated. But at least it's coming down without the feared increase in the unemployment rate, because the fed's dual mandate and G poll has been very clear about this. We need to see a softening in labor market and we have really not seen any meaningful softening. Torsten slock of Apollo management after the bell, The Walt Disney Company announced a hiring freeze and says it has formed a committee to make cuts. It's also limiting business travel to only essential trips. Stocks rallied with the S&P up 36 up 9 tenths of 1%, the Dow up 32 up one tenth of 1%, nez stack up 209 up 1.9%. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie pallet this is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg law with June grosso from Bloomberg radio. As Republicans and Democrats vied for judicial power, they poured $63 million into TV and Internet advertising campaigns for state Supreme Court seats in the midterms. Some of the ads were positive. I may be blind, but my vision for Michigan is fairness. A Supreme Court that follows the law and protects your rights. I'm running for the Michigan Supreme Court to be an umpire. Not a politician. A good judge doesn't make up the rules or change in mid game. They just call balls and strikes as they see it. But most were negative, some bashing the other side. Outrageous bail rules risk are safety. Yet Jennifer brunner and Democrat justices on the Ohio Supreme Court ruled in favor of lowering and alleged murderers bail. Ohio Supreme Court treats children who were raped and assaulted the same as people in traffic accidents. Justices pat dewine and pat Fisher even tried to deny a victim her day in court. The
"joe lombardo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Are, of course, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, and Nevada. We welcome now somebody who knows Nevada politics terribly well. She's Amy tarkanian. Republican strategist and former Nevada state Republican chairwoman. So welcome, it's good to have you back with us. Thank you. Give us your take right now on how Nevada is shaping up come Tuesday. Sure, and thanks for having me on, David. It's been a while, so I appreciate this. So it's going to be interesting because it's going to be extremely hard to tell really where we're at. I think even on election night, due to the pandemic, we have a democratic trifecta and the legislature in governor, they changed our election laws to where we now allow all mail in ballots and what's called Bala harvesting, which technically was a felony two years prior to that lobbying path. So this is the first time that we have had both of these implemented where the last time you had a presidential election in this time, you do not. So we really have nothing to compare it to. Now, we do actually have more Democrats registered than Republicans. However, we're still showing a low turnout despite making it easier for people to vote. So we're really watching on the mail in ballots and we have up to a week after election day to allow those postmarked to come in. So right now, I mean, today is our last day of early voting. And it's showing that the Democrats might lead is only 1% or roughly 5200 ballots, you know, the Democrats are up. So you've got you mentioned the Senate race. You've got Adam laxfield on the Republican side and you've got the incumbent Democrat Catherine Cortez masto. And both of these candidates are exceptional. They both have deep roots in the state of Nevada. They're both former attorney generals. So this is going to be quite an upset if Adam does end up winning. And it looks like these two from what we can tell so far as far as exit polling, the guesses on all the different polls that have been coming out and they're trying their best. It looks like either their neck and neck or Adam may be up 2%. Anywhere up to 4%. So it's really, it's going to be very interesting to watch. So Amy, I'm intrigued by the fact that you say that based on what you're seeing so far, you may actually have lower voter turnout because a lot of the polls across the country have indicated there's a great deal of interest in this and a lot of commitment to vote. And we'll see whether people actually show up, but they're saying they're going to vote. What would account for that Nevada? Sure. And it is interesting to see that these other states have such high turnouts where if we do not, I think the problem is because of the election laws that were changed that I mentioned. You had a lot of Republicans really uncomfortable with those changes. So you're going to see, I know the state party has been pushing to do in person voting. So I don't know if that means the majority of the Republicans during our two weeks of early voting have already done so. And walked in to the polling places or if they're waiting for a election day and then we're going to see, I guess, a fluctuation fluctuation of Republican votes coming in on that day. However, I don't know, also we have a rule, which is crazy here in our DMV when you go to register for a driver's license or any government issued ID. If you do not mark a Republican or Democrat or whatever third party, you prefer, you automatically get put into the nonpartisan position. And so there are a lot of people who don't pay attention and don't realize that's what happened. So these third party registrations, which were the fastest growing in our state, we don't know which way that they are going to blow. We don't know if they would have normally been a Democrat or a Republican. So it's really going to be quite an eye opener. Yeah, it's fascinating that you describe it Give us a sense of what you think the issues are in Nevada across the country, a lot of people say it's the economy and inflation sometimes conflated. Yes. Well, I would say that that is correct here in the state of Nevada. We've had gas over $6 somewhere up to 7 and now it's coming down, we're looking at $5 a gallon, roughly, and I don't see how we're still supposed to be excited about that. Incredibly high. And then you still see empty shelves in the grocery stores. I have to go to sometimes two to three grocery stores just to complete a one left, not even a lengthy one. And the fact that I think crime is still important. And I think that's why you also see in our governor's race, you've got the current democratic governor, Steve sisolak, who many people are very angry at still because of the way the lockdowns were handled or mishandled and whichever way you think the job that he did. And all the businesses that were shut down and never were revived. And then you've got on the Republican side, you've got Clark county sheriff, governor, you know, running for governor Joe lombardo. And I think that's why you're seeing them neck and neck. And in some folks, Joe also slightly in the lead. Because people are wanting to make sure that they can put food on the table. And that they're going to be safe when they're going to the grocery store to get that food to put on the table. Now, when you look at the Democrats, the Democrats are still hyper focused on abortion, which is mind-blowing to me. I know that's an important topic for many, but for them to be as hyper focused as they have been. I think really is a mistake because in Nevada, it's set in stone. We voted on it. We did put it through two elections in the early 90s and abortion is legal up to 24 weeks. So very briefly at the end, do you have a prediction in the Senate race? Oh, it's really cool. That tells me something right there. It's going to be tight. It's going to be tough. Yeah. I think I don't think we're going to know election night. Yeah, I suspect that that's exactly right. Thank you so much, really great to have you with us. That's Nevada former Nevada state Republican chairwoman Amy tarkanian. Coming up what the strong jobs numbers out today mean for the fed and of course for the midterm elections just four days away. We're going to talk about that with
"joe lombardo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That says something about you. It's just something about Catherine. John, there were a number of his family members. It might have not been enough to fill a Thanksgiving table, but actually did say that, yes, stick with the one you've got. A Cortez masto, not this guy who were related to. Is that a big story locally? It's not as big as you might think for a couple of reasons. First of all, you have this same phenomenon when laksa ran for governor and even more so four years ago when a dozen of family members wrote a piece in the renal paper, essentially saying this guy is terrible. He's a carpet bagger. He's unqualified. Don't elect him your governor. They took a different approach this time and there were a couple more added to that list of 14. And the piece that they put out was essentially just a gushing embrace of Catherine Cortez masto. Does that have an effect if the race is essentially tied as many of these polls show every little thing could matter. So it might matter. Wow. Well, I don't know if this is actually even closer in the gubernatorial race. My goodness, this is incredible here to see lombardo sisolak. Again, within a point, well, I guess it's what 8 tenths on the 5 38 average, so they're not too far off from the Senate race actually. Governor Steve sisolak, tell us how popular he is going up against a Trump endorsed Republican named Joe lombardo. Yes. Steve sisolak is a COVID era governor, of course. And so he has been hurt by that, but his numbers are not as bad as some other democratic governors. The problem that he has, though, is this is a purple state. And so every little bit is going to be important in a race like this. And Joe lombardo is not that well known a candidate statewide. He's the sheriff of Clark county. And while he has been endorsed by Trump, he is kind of tried to have it both ways during a debate about a month ago. I asked him if he thought Trump was a great president and he said he wouldn't use that adjective that he would say he was a found president. You can imagine Trump felt about that. A few hours later, they walked that back and then he appeared with Trump a few days after that and causing the greatest president. That was your fault. You can see that this is going on all over the country. That was a character revealing moment I'm afraid for the sheriff, but does any of that stuff make any difference? I keep saying the same answer to you. And that is that if the race is that close, every little thing could be important. It was interesting to hear Adam laxalt getting back to the Senate race here. Talk about polls last night. He doesn't believe them. And he made the point, John, that that's because Republicans don't talk to pollsters, and you know that that is that's a thing, right? Republicans love to tell pollsters to go to hell. Here's how he put it. You've seen some of the polls and they said there's no red wave and the Democrats are going to win and everything's fine. Remember that little phase of 2022? None of you participated in polls, correct? I should take a poll. Anybody here participate in polls? Raise your hand. One person raises their hand. Okay, one. One person. All right, I hope you really gave them hell. Okay, so we love pollsters. John ralston, is he onto something there, though, is there a missing 5 points in Republicans favor? Well, the opposite has proved true in Nevada cycle over cycle that polling is under sample Democrats here, but I don't put much stock in a lot of different polls anyhow. There's very few pollsters who do a good job here in Nevada, but it's interesting that lax would be saying that since his campaign has been bragging for weeks that he has been ahead in almost every poll that has been taken. So that that is just red meat for the base kind of statement to make. And listen, he may well win the race by two or three points. I'd be surprised if you want to buy anything more than that. I'm curious, John now that Shelley adelson is gone. What is the adelson name mean now in Republican politics in Nevada? Miriam adelson, I know is one of the richest people in the world. There's still a good deal of potential influence there, but does that name mean what it used to? Well, it wasn't so much his name that meant much here, but his money, of course. She is not spent nearly as much as he had in the past, but what she has spent is generally what he spent it on. And that is trying to help fund super PACS and organizations that have been funneled that money back to Nevada to help and Adam laxalt or Joe lombardo. But she has not been nearly as active as Sheldon was in terms of the amount of money that she has spent. It's something worth asking considering this sort of rise in anti semitic rhetoric that we've been hearing. And I wonder if that's something that she takes more of a stand on going forward. Is it true, John, that that's the closest Senate race in the country is senator masto, the most vulnerable senator in America? That's what they tell me. Listen, all of these Senate races, not all of them, but in the swing states, they're generally very, very close. We've had a lot of close Senate races, including some that I've covered here that have been won by hundreds of votes, including Harry Reid and John Ensign in 1998 in the United States. The closest one in history. So I think it is going to be very close. John ralston, the dean of Nevada politics. Thank you, John for the insights. Good luck with what is left of your midterm coverage here, find him at the Nevada independent when he's not talking with us here, on the fastest hour in politics. Yeah, that was fun, right, politics in Vegas. Hello, Las Vegas. Oh. It is good to be back in Nevada. Whenever I come
"joe lombardo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"What Bloomberg government's Emily Wilkins is enduring every time she walks past a TV. In the great city of Las Vegas, that's where she joins us right now. I'm just guessing what the signs must be like with the ads must be like it's in the air Emily. What do you see? I was watching the local news today that ads are thick and it's not just for the Senate race. Obviously one of the most competitive Senate races we have right now, but you also got to remember, Joe, we have a competitor head of governors race here, and we have three competitive house races. Nevada's only got four seats. Three of them are considered very competitive this cycle within incumbent Democrats really having to defend their record in a state that's been very hard hit was hard hit by the pandemic is still grappling with high gas prices, high rent prices. Economic concern is a really big deal here and Democrats are trying to figure out a way to message to voters. So that they are able to hold on to their seats, but it's not an easy task. It's been a pretty contentious debate here as we just heard with a sampling of ads. Have they had a debate or are they going to Emily? They haven't had debate. They're not going to have a debate. We saw two. What's that about? The lawmakers. This is happening kind of across the country right now. I know we're seeing a lot of debates, but there are also so many where we're not seeing debates, or in things like Florida, where it's like, okay, we saw one debate between the two senators, but that was the only one. And you're seeing that trickle down to house races as well. I think part of that is that we're in kind of this new era where candidates don't necessarily feel they need to talk to the media or go up on the debate stage to get their message out that they can just much more closely drive the narrative by not doing anything except for their own media and own friendly press. But it is a trend we're seeing not just here in Nevada, but really all over the country, but I think it speaks to just how contentious things are in this particular race in between these two candidates. Where his lacks all been on the election denying issue as he backed off that as this became a general election contest. I mean, it's very interesting because he's gotten support both from sort of the Trump wing of the party as well from Mitch McConnell and sort of the more mainstream Republicans. And so he's done what he's can to really appeal to both groups on that. He's definitely tried to sort of downplay any concerns about the election, but for Cortez masto, it's something that she's really trying to push along with issues like abortion. I mean, that's the big one for Democrats that I've seen while I've been down here. So no, I mean, it is still something that could and is a factor in the overall race, but I think when you're talking to people about what sort of their top of mind issue is, a lot of folks don't necessarily say that it's the future of our democracy, despite the fact that that's something that you and I and many folks who study the government closely are really watching right now. Yeah, of course. I see Barack Obama made an endorsement in the governor's race, endorsing governor sisolak against Joe lombardo, who is backed by Donald Trump. Does this become an Obama Trump proxy? Tell us more about it. Well, it's very interesting because Obama announced today that he will be here on November 1st. He'll be here with the governor with senator Catherine Cortez masto. They expect to have other down ballot Democrats as well. I wouldn't be surprised if you saw all three of the current House Democrats defending their seats show up for that one. But this is Obama coming, Biden did not come to Nevada, and he came out here to go to California, to go to Oregon, did not show up in Nevada. And I think that really speaks to just the sentiment that's out there right now toward Biden and toward the job that he has done as president, despite him really playing well on the campaign trail in certain areas. There are other areas of the country where lawmakers aren't exactly clamoring to have them come. Fascinating. And it really speaks to the fact that you have to be there. You have to go there, be on the ground like Emily is to really understand what's going on. It's great to have you back on when you back by Friday night or what? I actually just got the trip extended till Saturday night. All right. Man, I'll tell you. Well, I will listen. I'm not without you, but we miss you here inside the bubble. And only thank you, as always, a friend of the program. And of course, Bloomberg politics, Congress reporter, let's bring in the panel here for a moment just to get some impressions as this is one of 5 Senate races rated as a toss up by the cook political report. And of course, look, that's not the final word, but it does give you a sense here. Nevada should be on your list of races to watch Republicans remembering need a net gain of only one seat to take a majority in the Senate. Rick Davis and Genie Chan zano are back with us here Jeannie, what's your take on the Senate race specifically here? Cortez masto Adam laxalt too close to call. It is too close to call in. You're absolutely right. You know, this is one of the top two races that people say potentially Republicans can flip Nevada in Georgia the two, and then of course they're trying to hold Pennsylvania. Those are the
"joe lombardo" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"Transition team and his eyes him on sanctuary city policy. He threw ice out of metro and Nevada, our county was bound as one of ten jurisdictions to be found in violation of federal law. I president Trump's own Department of Justice inspector general's report. So I just named 5 or 6 things that are critical to Republicans finally, he enforced his last mandates and he took things a step further, he put his own mandate on his new hires at the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police department. He put a mandate all new hires had to have the vaccine. You just can't vote and I'll say this final thing. And you can Google this. He's on the record as saying there was no evidence of voter fraud in the 2020 election and Biden was duly elected. How this guy, I mean, he's kind of just ran as a Democrat. He's a Liberal Democrat. I'll say that. He's running as a Republican. He's against constitutional caring. I say to that and saw every day why I wanted a landslide and why it's going to shuttle and I got double the votes that he got statewide. We won't even talk about Clark county. I got double and triple and most of the rural counties. Now I have doubled him and Clark county and I'll double him in the state all over because of how I went triple and quadruple on some of these rural counties, but nevadans want medical freedom, medical privacy, parental rights, schools that are safe to know less crime, you know, can very simple stuff. They don't ever want to hear the word mandate again. Even if you're for it, even if you're prolific, I was in the military. I'm not anti vaccine. I've done every vaccine known to man. Everybody needs to calm down and take a deep breath. You want to get one get one. I don't recommend it. You know, you want to wear a mask or a mask. Again, you do whatever you want to do, but this is America. You can't mandate anything on anybody period. Yeah, thank you. Well said, well said, absolutely. So look, you've got this, you've got this team now working on uncovering this voter fraud. You know, Missouri just recently what was it last week, a few days ago, passed their ID mandate on the voting system. And we got to make sure we see it's not hard for you to let him run. These guys in voter fraud is like, you know, a couple guys are throwing in a couple extra ballots. These guys have a predetermined result from the very beginning loading these machines. It's an algorithm. All you got to do is run it backwards and your jaw would drop because you'll see it. It'll be public record. I'll make sure we email it to you. You're going to die, I can't read and understand half this math. It's a graph and equations, but you run it backwards. And it just gives you the exact total how they take it, how they inject those in. How they switch both and take votes from anybody. It doesn't affect the total vote count, but then you run the algorithm, you can see how they were they took from everybody. And John John Lee's mayor of Las Vegas did much better in Las Vegas and he probably would imagine so did dean Heller, but this guy Joe lombardo didn't even. I don't even know if he came a second. He might have came in third or fourth. But he won. But he won the primary. Oh, I have a picture of the Secretary of State and I'm showing him that I'm beating him 33.1 to 31.8 in the second. They're calling it. The media is calling the state for this guy when I'm anybody two points on the Secretary of State web page. Unbelievable. Okay, so okay, so what I was getting at with this with the election fraud, we got the whole thing going, you mentioned march Benjamin down in Arizona. You know, and they're making the headway that they're making. Joey, how do you know that you can hit these, hit these punk square in the nose with with what you're going to bring forth? How do you know that, Joey? How can you tell listeners that your angle is going to be going to be successful? Tell us what you got. Well, I mean, you know what? Listen, you can't. You can't guarantee anything. Yeah. You can do is look back at the person and so you told people to Google me. Google me and just look and see if you know if I was willing to fight the guy filed lawsuits against Fauci. I shoot Fauci. I suit death, okay, for our military, I don't give a damn, man. At the end of the day, this is about we the people. I would assume a Republican governor just as fast as I would have said to a Democrat governor. And so the bottom line is this is the guy. It's not the size of the dog is the size of the fight in the dog. And the point in time, I'm done. I didn't just spend 18 months busting my butt working my tail off fighting every single day to win this thing to have these clowns. And again, this isn't the deep state is nothing more than the bureaucrats that have been in their way too long, they don't care who's in his office as long as they can keep power. The problem is we know that people that fight these guys expose it and take it in. We're going to go on every show. We're going to put all the information out there. We're going to use all our new tools from truth social to Frank speeds to our networks that we're on together. Everyone, you know, American media periscope. You know, everywhere we can go that we can get this out there and we're going to keep fighting and that's the difference is the last thing I'll say is we have it all. So Trump and those guys are weird. If you remember, November 4th, everybody scratching their head like what happened? Well, now we know what happened. We know that we know how they eject the votes. You know, where they get the votes from. We know why they just did this whole COVID nonsense. It was about all about changing the pony loss for what? For the mail in ballots, you can see 80% of these are fake. Right. So get down and dirty. And the most important fact of this whole thing is I'm a fighter in my DNA. I don't know the word quit. I will not quit. I don't care if it takes me next couple of years. I'm gonna show everybody in this state that I won this election in a landslide, such for the fact they stole my votes and gave them the sissel act. We're gonna prove it. Nice. I love it, joy. What about, can you talk about the information that spring fed in there? Have you found any connection to like Leonardo or any of these kind of satellite operating systems that have taken into play in the election fraud there in Nevada? No, you don't want to listen. I want to say this. I've been on this thing on this since November 4th. I woke up that morning and I think it's all nonsense. I mean, I think listen, I think people are giving people too much credit. You don't need to listen to what they're doing from what I've seen, but they're doing is something that's already not on these machines that are all connected to the Internet. It's a malware. It's a program. So whatever. They have a German. They know about it. But what they need based on the early voting was they absolutely count. I mean, it's just insanity to think that this isn't happening. Now, again, you just saw this as CBS call. Was showing a 20% only 20% of Americans are now confident. Feel confident and feel that they could trust our elections. 20%. People are realizing there's stuff going on. Here's why in, the most important thing is you look around and you say, do you think people voted for this? These gasoline prices, this inflation, the open border, the medical tyranny, the invasion of our rights, you know, our documentation of our kids is shutting up our businesses. The answer is overwhelmingly. No. And then you look at like, well, why are these guys even saying how are some of these people surviving primaries or not getting talked? How are these America first panics now? We needed landslides. Well, this is the reason, but now that even the everyday folks are catching on, the nonpartisans, okay, the independents are all looking around on what is going on here. And so it's getting more and more people interested, so it's exposing it more and more. And we're about to hit that threshold as general Flynn says the precipice where students oppress miss
"joe lombardo" Discussed on Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast
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"joe lombardo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"W n Good morning, John Schaefer the Manhattan D A convenes a grand jury to consider potential charges in a criminal investigation into former President Donald Trump's business dealings. That's according to a person familiar with the matter who spoke on condition of anonymity. The D A has been looking into hush money paid to women on Trump's behalf. Property evaluations and employee compensation as well as Trump's taxes and has been interviewing witnesses, including former personal lawyer Michael Cohen. Mafia prosecutor Mark Pomerantz was hired to help run the investigation. The new grand jury, which the Washington Post reports will meet for six months, could eventually be asked to consider returning indictments. Trump says he's being unfairly attacked and abused by a corrupt political system. I'm Julie Walker mother, Nevada Republican Congressman Mark Amadeus said He is still weighing whether run for governor and did not have a timeline for when he might make a decision to Reno Gazette Journal reported Monday that the six term congressman said he was not in a rush to determine if you would run against Democratic Governor Steve Cecil Act in 2022. Hamade originally announced he was considering a bid for governor in December, but has yet to formally announce campaign Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo and North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee. Both Republicans have already joined the race dust off your best pair of boots, the toughest cowboys in the country or riding back into Las Vegas Wrangler National Finals Rodeo returns to town this December after a one year hiatus due to covert 19. Last year Cowboys competed in Texas covert restrictions in Nevada meant Las Vegas couldn't host a ticketed event. With the 10 Day rodeo, bringing in just over $175 million to the local economy loss hurt everything from small businesses to hotels on the strip. Missing out the news brought to you by Yes. Air conditioning and plumbing, keeping.
"joe lombardo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The honor system and do the guest privacy. They will not ask if a guest has been vaccinated if you're not wearing a mask, Las Vegas Metro Police did not issue an amber alert for missing two year old who was later found dead because they did not have any information on a possible suspect or a suspect vehicle as required by law. Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo says the rules are restrictive to prevent overuse. Marie Nicholson vanished May 5th from the Las Vegas apartment. It was found dead days later. Mother's boyfriend is charged with murder. Two railroads due in court today. White former officer charged in the shooting death of a black driver in a Minneapolis suburb in April, has a pretrial hearing today. Kim Potter will appear via video conference to go over evidence and determine if there's probable cause for the case to proceed. She's charged with second degree manslaughter in the death of 20 year old Dante, right. The former Brooklyn center officer left the force immediately after the shooting. The former police chief who also resigned, said Potter mistook her gun for her Taser. Body camera video shows her shouting Taser multiple times before firing, police have said right was pulled over for expired tags shooting happened during the trial of former officer Derrick Show been convicted in the murder of George Floyd. I'm Julie Walker. The NHL playoffs are underway in Vegas dropped the first game of round one to the Minnesota Wild One. Nothing in overtime. Here's Golden Knights. Captain Mark Stone has tough, so I played a pretty good game to start. But the 1st 25 30 minutes. Really Well, um And they had a little bit of a push farmers and be saves. But it's one nothing given over time. We gotta find ways to score goals. Vegas in Minnesota face off in Game two Tomorrow night at T Mobile Arena, The news brought to you by yes. Air conditioning and plumbing keeping.
"joe lombardo" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Nightly in the Detroit metro area. So when you look at the NFC North, and you see Rogers and Brady in the NFC Championship game on Sunday in the Bears made it, but they kind of had an up and down season. The question is, and we and we again won't know this Stan till we get to the games. How far away is this Lions team from just being nine and seven and being able to grab a playoff spot? Well, it depends on what they do. I mean, I think offensively they're not far off from being a team that can certainly compete right now. I do think that they've got to figure some things out in terms of running the football better, but you have Strong pieces there to build on offensively rag now jackers Haakenson DeAndre Stafford, if if they decide to go that way, and keep him Kenny Golladay if they keep him Um, you know, there's pieces there. That going forward, you could say, OK, we feel pretty good about this. Let's just fill in some of the other guys around them. And then defensively is where you just You gotta figure out what the plan is. They're just not Talented enough on that side of the ball. A new scheme will change things, no doubt about that. But you still need talent. You can't ski your way out of not having talent Right now. They're just they have NFL football players. What you need difference makers they have guys that can fill in around difference makers. They need guys that will come in and change Games Force offenses. T o game plan for that, but I think that's one of the things If they're looking for right now, and that it's it's not easy to find. It's easy to sit here and tell you what they needed. The execution of biting the guys is the difficult part. So how far off today? Guys tell me how quickly you could rebuild that defense. Then I'll tell you how quickly that that you could turn this thing around that Z just Paying respect to what is the biggest problem with this team right now agree 100% with you? I am curious. If Campbell is officially the guy will they run Will he bring in Saints assistance, and they run a similar type of offense? Possible. Um, I've seen more talk about saints defensive assistance that I have offensive assistance at this point. Um, I don't know. You know, they tried that once with Joe Lombardo didn't work real Well, yeah, that goes back to the bevel thing. When I read about all the Possible defensive assistance with Campbell. I do wonder that maybe maybe Bevel is in because if you look at the homes, which was a surprise, but a decent higher If it's Campbell. I think that would be a surprise based on the names. We all saw the beginning of this process and I don't think it would be a total surprise is, Michael Harris said last week on the huge show across Michigan of Bevel stays on his offensive coordinator, because, like you said, they're close of someone can fix that defense. Yeah, I It's certainly possible. I just I don't know the answer and a lot of these guys. Will come in with a coaching staff in mind. Thies head coaches and waiting, Um do keep lists of guys. Here's what I want to work with here, so I really believe I can work with you. So I'd like to get so. I imagine Dan Campbell has got that and whether or not that he has the ability. Oh, do that and get those guys or whether or not, you know he wants to keep a Darryl Bevel. I don't know the answer to that. Um, but you know offensively, if it is there a bevel, it comes back. One thing that doesn't change is they need to figure out how to run the football. They got to figure out Dan Campbell is on record as saying that the big part of what he wants to do and it should be, and it doesn't mean that you're not cognizant of this being a passing league now, but you know, look, when you look at Green Bay, they run the ball. When you look at the way Tampa Bay played yesterday, you know, Rodeo was flooded the ball well for them. These teams can run the football. The Lions haven't been able to do that for a long time. Whoever the offensive coordinator is, they've got to figure that thing out. Daddy always appreciate your time here in the huge radio network, my man enjoy the rest of the playoffs. Can't wait for Brady and Rogers and Alan and homes if he's going to be, Oh, yeah, you'll be a lot of fun it it's gonna be interesting to see how this week plays out. Hopefully, my home is ready to go and A few years. I think we're gonna get a heck of a show between those two games on Sunday. Extreme fun. Amen. Thank you, my man. Thank you. The huge show is back live across Michigan, wrapping up a draft Kings Monday. Did get a message from Tammy Smoker who Formerly was known as totally random Married Jeff Smoker, Great family parted Johnny Sandy brand, the whole brand clan. They're awesome. And also I had a chance to meet the Wilson side. Other family. 15 years ago. The late Gary Wilson was as good as anybody I met in. 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3 family members killed in fiery Las Vegas crash
"The talk about this horrible tragedy that took place on Thursday night for three people a family just ruined three people lost their lives a four year old girl a twenty nine year old in a forty eight year old woman losing their lives at the hands of a thirty nine year old driver that police say was driving out of control and recklessly and we still have two people that are in very critical condition a seventeen year old and a ten year old it happened in our community right here at the intersection of desert in and Durango where I frequently passed an intersection maybe I half a dozen times a day and we have been talking about this and we want to get some more details and of course weekly guest of the show correspondent Chris win was at the press conference this morning that just concluded Chris how you doing thanks for joining us Hey what's up Chris thank thank Brian thank you eighty it's good to talk to you guys of course the press coverage just wrapped up here at Las Vegas metro police headquarters here Joe Lombardo as well as numerous city officials and leaders held a press conference and it was important for a couple of reasons guys first of all of course the threat the horrific tragedy with the crash up on desert in Durango that took place on Friday that the allies the four people including three members of the same family of course Brian you pointed out the bills that are injured in the hospital right now no further detail beginning yet in response to exactly what does any if any charges will be will be filed given that the person actually because that is also to see but the reason I statement court press convert that because obviously we are what we are forty we are twenty four hours away from new year's eve here in Las Vegas and that was the focus of many of the leaders and well as sheriff will borrow as they wanted to point out awareness of B. W. I. and of course enforcement and what that means here in the city of Las Vegas so Chris up before we get to new year's eve and and the issue with drunk driving in this town did police give any further specifics for information on how this crash happened are how fast is this man or woman may have been going at what what specific information did you get from this press conference that perhaps we didn't know twenty four hours ago there was not at the end as far as detailed in response to what what the actual driver did that they've made good response was misleading there was no indication that you got you got a question about five minutes ago Brian as to whether where you're coming from that as yet not yet been established I am I I would expect that there in the early stages the investigations lab necessarily on these that information it was more so in the press number does more focus on the family and on and on the individual that are affected and also getting the word out and and getting awareness out to those in Las Vegas that Hey you gotta slow down you gotta take ownership of but of of your driving ability than what's going on and you cannot drive in there now as you go you got the ball pointed out it has not been established yet that this individual was under impairment there could have been a medical condition that that could have taken place but there's been an exercise here in common sense right guys I mean basically it I thought and assumption what is going on and they can say look you know the the the fact that he was speeding the fact that he basically was not staying within his travel lane and that he ends up we're renting a car in the intersection where everybody stops you can pretty much make induction right guys you can make you can make a determination that impairment than Kian as well as in its use is heading towards the Rango than he was actually heading up he was actually heading up hill and if that's the case and he had been driving pretty quickly I think that if he fell asleep or if you had a seizure he wouldn't of usually went once or falsely for their seizure at the wheel later maybe going thirty five forty miles an hour they're not going nine year hundred that that's true but but I I'm I'm I'm basically focusing on you know what that what what the the motivation is right as far as like as far as determining what was the car that crashed and getting it and what it is that it's a horrific tragedy without question and what makes this unique guys I think and what what was then the realm of obviously the October one shooting and other tragedies here is that if you can't put into words how devastating this is for the family it's it's a look I'm not trying to be a little any other accidents in the valley but normally guys right when there's a car accident normally there's one fatality maybe two right and and a lot of time they had to do with the actual negligence negligence of the driver went up being deceit this is the case and Brian you pointed out a grandmother a mother a daughter were all killed in this in this horrific fatality and that that's why I think it resonates so much with people here in Las Vegas that's why it has gotten it again or not you and then of course as I just pointed out we are on the heat we are are we are on the on the verge of happy new years eve near Las Vegas yeah I had it it was really about that I want to right we really focus yeah of the river city leaders and and careful borrow to point that out like that I want to get to them here's the yeah we don't want to get into any of that let's let's get to that one second I just have one more question it's about this question it's important to note there's a seventeen year old by the name of Emilio Martinez who was saved as walls of ten year old granddaughter destiny Martinez my understanding and this is very sad to report in and I spoke about this a little bit earlier the seventeen year old friends of the family are saying Emilio is most likely paralyzed and may never be able to walk again is burned throughout his body the ten year old from my understanding is still in a coma now they've set up a go fund me page and we're gonna put that up on our Twitter page did police talk at all about the victims any updates on their medical condition because last we heard it's not looking too good now the world ready I just exactly creek in the far as what their state was in the hospital I I would expect that in the coming days there though yeah obviously really for that information but you know again I I don't want to point out that the press stop was was focused on right on the on the tragedy but was also focus on prevention either but the young couple a couple of the leaders walked up to the podium and what's holding up newspaper headlines and pictures Brian a J. D. of the scene of the in this fiery crash that yeah that took place and again I can't I can't over emphasize this I mean that that's just the nature of the of the circumstances in this crash are why it's it's it's you know it's something that being focused on so much you have you have a number of cars that are basically bursting into flames that intersection not necessarily thing that you would expect to happen in a car accident like this so that I think the combination of those of those characteristics of what happened at the scene as well as the loss of life that was that was tremendous and that is just absolutely horrific and tragic I think that along with a combination of but the fact that we're never getting seven years eve is is read more it did give me well aware of the dangers of driving while impaired out there and of course you know your Las Vegas and ride you at JT talked about this as far as you know at the time of day it doesn't matter the time of day your Las Vegas because people it's a three ship out so there's people on the roads at all times a day in you know different types of impairment or different types of you know scenarios that they present that they put themselves and that just didn't say and so that was another key aspect that they want to point out was like that you know we are going to enforce it all any any type of driving under impairment or any type of you know do you why you're going to be held to the letter of the law and that and that was pretty much the extent of it so could start are you kind of saying that you think that the press coverage was more of a to to protect tourism type of thing because the optics of the situation that they really don't look very good and and do something at that's not really being brought up is the fact that this did take place in the intersection there was a gas station probably fifteen or twenty feet Dagnall to it had that had had the the fireball been closer that gas station is bigger and I would have been it could have been a a major major explosion answering all all the gas there yet to get quite gate I brought that up we shared one body out I have a question about the good Samaritan right that were on the scene this of billion not exactly the first responders on the police officers that ended up showing up there but the people I ask them you know I'm always apple was that it you know because I did want to present the question away at all it could have been much worse because obviously was still a horrible tragedy but basically the jet my question was that I wanted to you know get it eight on the billion then what they were able to do at the scene and yeah absolutely parade being the people there that look they're not police officer they weren't you know firefighters first responders were trained to deal with the situation and yet there were you know there were individuals there that were civilians that absolutely save lives and Brian you brought up of course the circumstance the people in the hospital if you know the fact of the matter is that if those people hadn't jumped quickly and had acted quickly those people that are not firefighters they're not least officers there will be more fatalities in the strategy and make no mistake looking much work you're right you're right and make no mistake about it those good Samaritans are they are the true definition of what a hero is someone who risks his or her life to save the lives of others and you know as I said that there's no question that if there weren't good Samaritans out there I I don't doubt the fact that those two kids would not be alive right now so certainly we wish them the best in the hospital if you're just joining us we're speaking with Chris one who was just at the metro headquarters at the press conference talking about the latest information on this car accident this day the crash that took the lives of four people at the intersection of desert in Durango just a few
US senators ask Sundar Pichai about Google's plan of censored China version
"Free American silver eagle call toll free eight hundred seventy nine thousand that's eight hundred seventy nine thousand Clark county sheriff Joe Lombardo has issued the final criminal investigative report. From last October's, shooting on the Vegas strip that left fifty eight people dead and hundreds wounded more from. USA's Rick Vincent Lombardo says we may never know why Stephen paddock opened. Fire from his thirty second floor hotel room the hard drive on the computer. Found at the scene is still missing we. Have no idea where the hard drive is or when it was removed we have information through his previous relationships there That was a regular practice of him to remove hard drives from the. Peter systems that he utilized paddock was a, high stakes, gambler who appeared to have become increasingly unstable and. Distant and complained of being sick according to a final report he lost within one point five. Million dollars in the years before the shooting for USA radio news I'm Rick Vincent. A, top Republican Senator has a warning about. People dealing with China USA's Timberg, reports Senator Marco Rubio along with a bipartisan group of five other lawmakers slam Google over its, reported plans to introduce a censored search. Engine in China there is no greater threat to. The United States because China's seeks to replace this and we're still struggling in this country because.
China's censored Google is an ethical catastrophe
"Radio's Timberg, has that story Senator Marco Rubio along with the bipartisan group. Of, five other lawmakers slam Google over its reported plans to introduce a censored search engine in China regarding China Rubio says. The United States really has to be careful there is no greater threat to the United States because China's seeks to replace this and we're still struggling in this. Country because for, the first time since the end of the Cold War we now have a. Near peer adversary And near peer adversary that is looking to overtake us and frankly we're helping them and. We're helping them not just by giving them, business in our country but trade practices that have allowed them to cheat, and steal for, eighteen years for USA, radio news I'm Timberg Clark. County sheriff Joe Lombardo. Was issued the, final criminal. Investigative report on. Last October shooting on the Vegas. Strip that left fifty eight people, dead Lombardo says we. May never know why. Stephen paddock opened, fire from his thirty second floor hotel room, the hard drive on the computer found at the scene is still missing we have no idea where the hard drive is or when it was removed we have information. Through his previous relationships there there was a regular practice of him to remove hard drives from the. Clear systems, that he utilized panic was a high stakes. Gambler who appeared to have become increasingly unstable and distant and complained to being sick according to the final report he lost within one.
Las Vegas, Stephen Paddock and Mike Rossier discussed on 24 Hour News
"Responsible for all the children's still separated from their parents. AP's Mike Rossier reports conference call Friday US. District judge Dennis Ross said the. Trump administration is solely responsible for reuniting hundreds of migrant children who are still. Separated from, their parents the. Government proposed on Thursday that the American Civil Liberties union use. Its considerable, resources to reunite the children with their parents many. Of whom are in Guatemala and Honduras the ACLU is representing the parents Sabrina says he will order the government to name someone to lead the effort Mike Rossier Washington special. Counsel, Robert Muller's team continues to present its case against former trumpet campaign chairman. Paul Manafort chat day has been covering that trial prosecutors are now getting really to the. Heart of their case as jurors here from two accountants who, say that he never reported foreign Bank accounts. On his taxes that contain Millions of dollars at this point in this case jurors have also. Heard previously from other businessmen that. Manafort use those. Accounts to pay. For millions of, dollars in luxury items investigators in Las Vegas say they have the who what. And where about last October's mass shooting at a. Country music concert but they don't have the reason why Stephen paddock killed fifty eight people and injured hundreds of others interview with. His doctor indicated signs of a troubled mind but no troubling behavior that would trigger a call to law enforcement without a. Manifesto or even note to answer questions the. Totality of the information has been. Gathered leaves us to only make an educated guess as to the motives of. Stephen paddock, Clark county sheriff. Joe Lombardo says financial records also showed paddock had lost more. Than one, point five million dollars in the two years before. The shooting police in southeastern Iowa say one person is dead another injured following a shootout with officers that Senate nearby elementary school into lockdown two other suspects are in custody This is AP radio news To patrons of chef Gordon Ramsay restaurant on the Las Vegas strip or taken to a hospital yesterday for treatment. For. Injuries involving a drink Caesars entertainment confirms the injuries are, company wouldn't specify the drink but says it's. Been taken off the menu the. Las Vegas review journal reports it was a flaming Tiki style cocktail called rum, donkey about one, hundred goats. Invade a, Boise Idaho neighborhood this, morning Brooklyn Jarvis tells reporters Picture.
Over 100 goats run loose in Boise, caught grazing lawns
"Live from NPR news Washington on Giles Snyder. Paul manafort's trial wrapped up its first week with his long time tax prepare taking the stand NPR's miles parks reports. The accountant says he was kept in the dark about Bank accounts. Manafort had overseas still. Ayla says he did Paul manafort's taxes for well over a decade. But he says Manafort never told him about Bank accounts or money yet abroad. Prosecutors say that's because Manafort was using those accounts to bypass the IRS. They say he was spending millions of dollars on custom suits and luxury cars and paying with direct wire transfers from overseas. Metaphors facing eighteen counts of tax and Bank fraud defense attorneys for Manafort, sees being framed base former business partner. Rick gates. Gates is cooperating with investigators and is expected to testify sometime next week, miles parks and pure news, Alexandria, Virginia, a federal judge in Washington as ordered the Trump administration of fully restored DACA the deferred action for childhood arrivals pro. Graham, the judge has rejected the administration's argument that it acted with lawful authority, but he has given the government twenty days to appeal in a separate case. A federal judge in San Diego is holding the Trump administration solely responsible for reuniting migrant children, separated from their parents at the US Mexico border after a lengthy investigation Las Vegas sheriff. Joe Lombardo says the thirties have not been able to establish a motive in last year's mass shooting on the Vegas strip interview with his doctor indicated signs of a troubled mind, but no troubling behavior that would trigger a call to law enforcement without a manifesto or even her note to answer questions. The totality of the information has been gathered, leaves us to only make an educated guess as to the motives of Stephen paddock, us Vegas authorities have released their final report into last October shooting. Paddock, opened fire from thirty second floor, hotel room window firing, more than one thousand bullets, killing fifty, eight people and wounding hundreds more. The NRA's next president. Ever nor spoke at a Republican rally last night and western Kentucky. The invitation sparked an uproar from members of the community that experienced a deadly school shooting less than seven months ago, Corey sharper of member station w. k. MS reports. That's the sound of protesters shouting at days as they walk inside Amory, seeing university auditorium to hear all over north speak in group of Marshall county. High school shooting survivors organized the protest sixteen year old khloe Hanky claims adults rationalized their decision to invite north by saying that the students are quote, just kids. Since what happened on our school. We haven't been able to feel like kids or even act like one Murray state is thirty minutes away for Marshall county high school where two students were killed in a shooting. Last January north told rally-goers their children should be protected in schools and promoted the NRA school shield program that offers consultation and grants for NPR news. I'm Cory, sharper Murray, Kentucky. Yeah, this is NPR news stocks finished the week on an upswing, Steve, Beck nurses DAL rose more than half a percent while the standard and Poor's five hundred climbed nearly as much at the NASDAQ gained an eighth of a percent. Tensions remain a concern, but strong earnings are giving the market resilience Wall Street dipped Wednesday. When the Federal Reserve held interest rates steady but signalled higher rates ahead stocks bounced back Thursday. When a leap in apple shares made it the first firm to reach one trillion dollars in capitalization. The rally continued Friday despite less than expected job gains for the week. NASDAQ is up nearly a full percent while the s. and p. is three quarters of a percent higher. The Dow was up modestly bond yields whose failure to rise with short term rates had worried the fed climbed doodoo increase borrowing to finance, federal budget, deficits for NPR news. I'm Steve Beck ner. It's been almost twenty four hours since residents of a neighborhood in Boise, Idaho woke up to find about one hundred escaped goats grazing in their yards and eating their shrubs, Brooklyn Jarvis lives in the neighborhood in west Boise. And I saw on my phone and mom sent me this picture on goats on our street and commissioned the craziest. There's like thickly goats loose, didn't believe her was like, wait what I was just waking up to my brain is released, slow. Like put on some clothes. I ran out and there's like one hundred goats on our street goats captivated social media before being rounded aunt, they had been clearing weeds from some land for the county when they escaped from their corral. I'm trial Snyder, NPR news.
Stephen Paddock, Las Vegas and Robert Muller discussed on 24 Hour News
"Bunch, of goats on, our street. And sleep, you're missing the crazy There's. Like fifty goats loose I didn't believe ramp was just waking up. To your brains released slow Put on some. Clothes I ran out and there's like one hundred goats on our street the goats broke through a wooden fence surrounding a nearby retention pond where they had been. Brought to eat the weeds and other overgrowth and rambled into the. Neighborhood their owners were able to. Round up all one hundred eighteen goats I'm Tim Maguire AP, radio news AP radio news I'm Tim Maguire federal judge says the Trump administration is responsible. For all the children's still separated from their. Parents AP's Mike Rossier reports conference. Call Friday US district judge Dana Subroto said the Trump administration is solely responsible. For reuniting, hundreds of migrant. Children who are still separated from their parents the government proposed. On Thursday, that the American Civil Liberties union use its considerable. Resources to reunite the children with their parents many of whom are in Guatemala and Honduras the ACLU is representing the parents Sabrina says he will order the government to name someone to lead. The effort Mike Rossier Washington special counsel. Robert Muller's team continues to present its case against former trumpet campaign. Chairman Paul Manafort chat day has been covering that trial prosecutors are now getting really to the heart of their case as jurors here from two accountants who say. That he never reported foreign Bank accounts on his taxes that contain. Millions of dollars at this point In. This case jurors have also heard. Previously from other businessmen that, Manafort use those. Accounts to pay. For millions of, dollars in luxury items investigators in Las Vegas say they had the who what. And where about last October's mass shooting at a. Country music concert but they don't have the reason why Stephen paddock killed fifty eight people and injured hundreds of other interview with. His doctor indicated signs of a troubled mind but no troubling behavior that would trigger a call to law enforcement without a. Manifesto or even her note to answer questions. The totality of the information has. Been gathered leaves us to only make an educated guess as to the motives. Of Stephen, paddock Clark county. Sheriff Joe Lombardo says financial records also showed paddock had lost. More than, one point five million dollars in the two years. Before the shooting police in southeastern Iowa say one person is dead another injured following a shootout with officers at center nearby elementary school into lockdown two other suspects are in custody this is AP radio news News To patrons of. Chef Gordon Ramsay restaurant on the Las Vegas strip or taken to a hospital yesterday for treatment for injuries involving a. Drink. Caesars entertainment confirms the injuries are company wouldn't specify the, drink but says it's been taken off the. Menu the Las Vegas review journal. Reports it was a flaming Tiki style cocktail called rum donkey about one hundred, goats invade a, Boise Idaho. Neighborhood this Told my husband I.
No clear motive found for 2017 Las Vegas massacre: sheriff
"Virginia. State police the FBI and all the. Federal agencies who coordinated a tremendous amount of resources to make sure. That she was safe and obviously we're all happy with the. Outcome seems the motive behind the deadliest mass shooting in, US history may remain a mystery forever with Las Vegas authorities releasing what they say will. Be their final investigative report into last October's massacre along the, Las Vegas, strip Stephen paddock reigned over one thousand bullets down in just eleven minutes killing fifty eight people and wounding hundreds more sheriff Joe Lombardo says a key aspect of the case remains Missing and that's the. Hard drive to the computer found at the scene we have no idea where the hard drive is or when it was removed we have information through his previous relationships that that was a regular practice of him to remove hard drives from the computer systems that. He utilized you called panic unremarkable and says there was nothing that, would have flagged into a Thorens previously sports.
Hawaiian Islands, Medicare and President George H Bush discussed on Midday on WNYC
"Answer I'm, Barbara Kusak ruling from a federal judge says the Trump administration must restore program that protects from deportation some young immigrants who were, brought to the US legally as children but the judge decided. To stay the order until August twenty third to give the administration time to decide whether to appeal the latest DACA ruling the investigation into the October mass, shooting in Las Vegas. Has been completed but Clark, county sheriff Joe Lombardo. Says months later one question remains unanswered we have been able to answer the questions who what when where and how what we have not been able to definitively answer is the why Stephen Perry committed this at Houston's police chief says a man. Accused of killing one of former. President George h Bush, doctors killed himself when confronted by thirties chief art. Esa Vado says sixty two year old Joseph Pappas who was wearing body armor died from a single self inflicted shot to the Ahead correspondent Carey shoemaker, reports one of the nation's largest hospital systems agreed on Friday to pay sixty five million dollars to settle allegations of Medicare overbilling, in California prime healthcare services and its CEO have agreed to. Settle whistleblower allegations that fourteen of its hospitals unnecessarily admitted patients and build the government for treatment they didn't need the US attorney's office says hospitals generally receive, higher payments from Medicare. When a patient is admitted, rather than placed under. Observation forecasters are keeping tabs on hurricane Hector as it makes its way across the eastern Pacific the latest from correspondent Bill Michaels there is the potential for Hector to bring some impact to portions of the Hawaiian islands by mid week but it's. Too soon to determine an exact. Path for the storm, state officials say this is a good time for. Everyone in the Hawaiian islands to ensure, they have their hurricane plan in place Barbara Kusak Recovery.
Stephen Paddock, Nestor Martinez and Las Vegas discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Search that's ZipRecruiter dot com slash search The report on the Las Vegas police investigation into new last October shooting, massacre was the worst in modern US history leaves a key issue unresolved why Stephen paddock carried out his attack will likely always remain a mystery says Las Vegas. Sheriff Joe Lombardo he's teams are now done investigating and nothing lead them to a motive by all accounts Stephen. Paddock was an unremarkable man whose movements leading. Up to October I. Didn't raise any suspicion, he, says, paddock appear to be having financial problems and. Had a troubled mind. Which may have. Played. A role. They have concluded there was no conspiracy and, no, second gunman Alex stone ABC as airliner crashes, off runway in Mexico. And days later a court filing Forty-three-year-old Nestor Martinez of Northlake Chicago. Filing a lawsuit against AeroMexico saying the airline was negligent in improperly. Taking off on Tuesday during a severe storm the, jet, had just taken off into wrangle when it. Smashed belly down into a field just beyond the runway all. One hundred. And three, people on. Board the Flight survived Martinez attorney says his client suffers from headaches after striking his head. And suffered injury to his neck and shoulders and investigation into the exact cause of the crash is ongoing Mark. Remillard ABC news state football coach. Urban Meyer says he followed proper reporting protocols and took appropriate action after hearing, about domestic abuse. Allegations against a former coaches at Smith Smith denies the claims Myers on administrative leave. This is ABC. News KOMO news time seven.
Chinese tourist, 12, found safe after airport disappearance
"Hi, I'm Kevin Durant, and this is where the warriors won a championship here, sorrow Santa Rosa. From ABC news I'm Scott Goldberg police, in Las Vegas say their investigation of the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history is over and they still don't know why Stephen paddock opened fire. On that concert crowd last October from his hotel room Carnage was clear immediately fifty. Eight victims were dead and hundreds Maureen jeered but why, it was carried out will likely never be known says your of Joe Lombardo who calls gunman Stephen, paddock an unremarkable man who did not set off any red flags beforehand interview with his doctor indicated signs of, a troubled mind but no. Troubling behavior that would trigger a call to law enforcement paddock did not leave a manifesto police believe he. Was the only gunman, Alex stone ABC Chinese twelve year old. Reported missing from Washington DC airport not really missing after all Jinjing MAs split from. Her tour group as it was about to board a flight, at Reagan national airport at one point airport police said she was in extreme danger now, though she has been found here New. York in the custody of her parents the twelve year old had been. Seen on airport surveillance video walking off, with a woman who is now believed to be your mother on the family saw the girls image on the news they went to a lawyer who. Told us it was all a misunderstanding ABC's Aaron, Katersky Houston police officers say that Joseph Pappas the man wanted, for the murder of a prominent cardiologists killed himself as, they closed in they discovered an extensive file that Mr. Pappas allegedly. Created on doctor house connect everything from information about his, cars as homes where he works also in that file names of other employees that work at the, Texas medical center along with Dr house connects ABC's Margus more a Texas grand jury has indicted Arkham North America, it's CEO and plant manager. Accusing them of recklessly releasing chemicals into the air connected to last year's Crosby Texas chemical plant explosion after. Hurricane Harvey at the, close on Wall Street the Dow's up. One hundred thirty five you're listening to ABC news when working at a growing business. You wear many hats the new business had the buying toner, for the copy machine has the sifting through tonnes of resumes.
U.S. sanctions Russian bank for helping North Korea
"To develop leaders with the highest positions of command. I think what it's taught me as far as leadership is just for a diversity of opinions is how important it is to build bridges to people with different ideas and different backgrounds. We all have this inner response. You have a tough job, an impossible mission, send me, and that's why I can you see veterans raising their hand, the takeaway. We'll be right back after these headlines. Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Laurie London almost a, year after the worst mass shooting in US history Las Vegas police have issued a. Final report on the investigation into a killing, spree that left fifty eight people dead and hundreds more wounded NPR's Leyla Fidel tells, us that police say after the months long investigation they still don't know why the shooter did it Clark county. Sheriff, Joe Lombardo released. A final one hundred and eighty three page report on the police investigation at a morning press conference in Las Vegas without a manifesto or even or not to answer questions. The totality of the information has been gathered leaves us to only make an educated guess as to the motives of Stephen paddock Lombardo called the shooter and unremarkable man that he had. Never done anything to draw law. Enforcement's intention until October first, two thousand seventeen, when he, opened fire Lombardo said the FBI's behavioral analysis unit will be, releasing its. Report by the end of the year Year Leyla fallen NPR news The treasury department is going after a Russian Bank and other individuals and businesses accused of helping North Korea evade sanctions the action. Comes as secretary of state. Mike Pompeo is in Singapore foreign Asians occur security. Summit this weekend as NPR's Michelle Kellerman reports on peyot is urging countries in the region to keep the pressure on North Korea until it. Gives up its nuclear weapons the, treasury, department has added agro say use a Russian Bank to a US blacklists saying it knowingly facilitated what it calls a significant. Transaction at violated US sanctions the US is also imposing sanctions on a Moscow based Representative of North Korea's primary foreign exchange Bank or. Gene Russia to expel him a Chinese trading company is also being singled. Out by the treasury department Meanwhile Secretary Pompeo is attending a regional forum in Singapore where he's encouraging countries to better. Enforce sanctions on, North, Korea, he, tells reporters quote We still have a ways to go to. Achieve the outcome we're looking. For Michelle Kellerman NPR news Washington the US Labor. Department is reporting that employers added one hundred and fifty seven thousand workers to their payrolls last month a solid gain but the healthy pace. In the first half of the, year, it was below that and below expectations JJ can han- is chief market strategist at TD Ameritrade in Chicago although the headline. Number itself may not have been fantastic it wasn't so far below some expectations that it makes people nervous and if we look at. What came out for the may in June reports they were both revised. Higher the unemployment rate also ticked down to three point nine percent on Wall Street the Dow up ninety five points. This is NPR, news And this is WNYC in New York I'm David..
US Treasury going after Russian bank for North Korea sanctions
"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Laurie London almost a. Year after the worst mass shooting in US, history Las Vegas police have issued a final report on the investigation into a killing spree that left fifty, eight people dead and hundreds more wounded NPR's Leyla Fidel tells us that police say after the, months long investigation. They still don't know why the shooter did it tar county sheriff Joe Lombardo release a final one hundred. Eighty three page report on the police investigation at a? Morning press conference in Las Vegas without a manifest. Or even or. Not to answer questions the totality of the information has. Been gathered leaves us to only make an educated guess. As to the motives of Stephen paddock, Lombardo called the shooter an, unremarkable man that he had never done anything. To draw law enforcement's attention until October first two thousand seventeen when he opened fire Lombardo said the FBI's behavioral, analysis unit will be releasing In its report by the end of the year Leila Fadel NPR. News the treasury department is going after a Russian Bank and other individuals and businesses accused of helping North Korea evade sanctions the action comes as secretary of state Mike Pompeo is in Singapore foreign Asian, security summit, this weekend as NPR's Michelle Kellerman reports on peyot. Is urging countries, in the region to keep the pressure on North Korea until it gives up its nuclear weapons the, treasury department has added agro say use a Russian Bank to a US blacklists saying. Knowingly facilitated what it calls a significant transaction, at violated US sanctions the US is also imposing sanctions on a Moscow based Representative of North Korea's primary, foreign exchange Bank urging Russia to expel him a Chinese trading company is also being singled out, by the treasury. Department Meanwhile Secretary Pompeo is attending a regional forum in Singapore where he's encouraging Countries to better enforce sanctions on. North Korea he tells reporters quote we still have a ways to go to achieve the outcome we're looking for Michelle Kellerman NPR news Washington the US Labor. Department is reporting that employers added one hundred fifty seven thousand workers to. Their payrolls last month a solid gain but the healthy pace in the first half of the year it was below that and below expectations. JJ can Eoghan is chief market, strategist at TD Ameritrade in Chicago although the headline number itself may not have been fantastic it wasn't so far below some. Expectations that it makes people nervous and if we look at what came out. For the may in June reports they were both. Revised higher the unemployment rate also ticked down to three point nine percent. On, Wall Street the Dow up ninety five points this is NPR news From k. q. e. d. news I'm Tiffany Cam high federal fire officials say flames from the massive Ferguson. Fire have prompted, a, new mandatory evacuation for Yosemite valley this morning park officials say. The blaze which started weeks, ago in, the, Sierra national forest is burning near the Wattana area of Yosemite within, the park's western boundary park spokesman Scott get, him in the, fire has entered the park it is along the highway forty. One corridor along the road where the. Firefighters are doing the backfiring operations park officials shut off the won'the. Area and Yosemite valley to all visitors last week the. Ferguson fire has scorched more than seventy three thousand acres and it's. Forty one percent contained meanwhile a team from the national weather service and Cal, fire have begun investigating the. Large fire world or fire tornado that ripped through, a section of reading a. Week ago in the early stages. Of the car fire As KiKi weedy science editor Danielle vent. And tells us they've released some preliminary, findings winds were in excess of one hundred forty three miles per hour when an out of control. Fire generated its own weather system last week torching neighborhoods and reading that's the equivalent of an f two tornado considered significant on the scale used for tornadoes the, winds, were strong enough to crumple high-tension powerline towers uproot. Trees and tear the roofs off homes the team will be issuing a full report but according to a Cal fire spokesman there is no estimate yet.
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"News you need from the people you trust komo news coming up it's may day up fights and we have some violence in carleen johnson how police are preparing day new york has ordered iran to compensate relatives of nine eleven victims who sued that country twelve point five million dollars per spouse eight point five million per parent or child and four million per sibling the lawsuit alleges iran helped train the nine eleven hijackers but this judgment is largely symbolic police body cam video from the las vegas shooting massacre will be released tomorrow it comes after the nevada supreme court ruled police must release records related to the attack that killed fifty eight people on october what is seen on those videos no way changes the facts that we were able to clarify for you shortly after the crime sheriff joe lombardo president trump says a time and place for his meeting with north korea's kim jong un could be announced in the coming days he said he likes the idea of meeting in the dmz between north and south korea a few members of the migrant caravan from south america hoping central america rather hoping for asylum in the us so now facing questions from border patrol there are peaceful protesters and then there are the ones who show up just to cause trouble harass police and vandalized business owners seattle deputy police.