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"john flynn" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Today. Erie county, New York district attorney John Flynn in the wake of the life sentence with no parole possible for white nationalist Payton gender who last May shot and killed ten black people inside a supermarket in Buffalo. The sensing, a warning to others with similar beliefs. A message needed to be sent. That this individual was going to be held accountable for his actions. Chandra and still facing federal charges that could get him a death penalty. The two crew members aboard were killed when a Black Hawk helicopter from the Tennessee National Guard crashed and burned northwest of Huntsville, Alabama during a training flight. President Biden went to a union hall in Atlanta, Maryland outside Washington to declare work, not wealth will be rewarded in the economy. He's building. You heard me say many times. Wall Street didn't build America. No, they had built. They did. Middle class Bill America. And union Joe familiar class. He blasted Republican attempts to tie raising the debt limit to spending cuts while trying to extend Trump era tax cuts. Congressional budget analysts weighed in. The nonpartisan congressional budget office said that would add $2.7 trillion again to the deficit. And we give people who make over $4 million a year, an additional tax break of a $175,000 a year. On Thursday, confirms The White House, mister Biden goes for his annual physical exam at the Walter Reed national military medical center. In the first court test of a concept that hundreds of counties across America have adopted an appeals court in Oregon rule that local governments in that state can not declare themselves Second Amendment sanctuaries and ban the police from enforcing certain gun laws. You're listening to ABC News. What is dedication? The thing that drives me every day is a day is very un we call them day to day for short. Every day he's hungry for something, whether it's attention, affection, knowledge, and there's this huge responsibility and making sure that when he's no longer under my wing, that he's a good person. I think the advice I would give is you don't need to know all the answers. The craziest thing was believing that your dad knew everything. So as a dad, you felt like you had to know everything. You had to get everything right. It's okay to make mistakes. As long as it's coming from love, then, you know, it kind of starts to work itself out. I want him to be able to
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"john flynn" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
"Coming up on 5 minute news. U.S. underlines its support for peaceful protest after demos in China. Buffalo grocery shooter pleads guilty to murder and terrorism charges. And alert level raised as Hawaii volcano begins eruption. It's Tuesday, November 29. I'm center templeton. Security has been tightened in China after widespread protests against COVID restrictions that spread to some of its biggest cities. Police are out in force and several people have been detained. Washington supports the right of people in China to peacefully protest a U.S. National Security Council spokesperson said on Monday. They added, we've long said everyone has the right to peacefully protest. Here in the United States and around the world, this includes in the People's Republic of China. Chinese authorities have eased some anti virus rules, but reaffirmed their severe zero COVID strategy after protesters demanded president Xi Jinping reside in the biggest show of opposition to the ruling Communist Party in decades. The government made no comment on the protests or the criticism of Xi, but the decision to ease at least some of the restrictions appeared to be aimed at quelling the growing anger. It wasn't clear how many people were detained since protests began on Friday and spread to cities, including Shanghai, the country's financial center and the capital, Beijing. Zero COVID, which aims to isolate every infected person, has helped to keep China's case numbers lower than those of the United States, and other major countries. But it has confined millions of people to their homes for up to four months, and some have complained about a lack of reliable food and medical supplies. The ruling party promised last month to reduce disruption by changing quarantine and other rules. But public acceptance is wearing thin after a spike in infections prompted cities to tighten controls. The UK and Germany are among other countries who have expressed support for the protests, while the United Nations also reminded Chinese authorities to adhere to international human rights laws. It has been reported a number of journalists for foreign press outlets have been detained by police, while covering the protests. An avowed white supremacist pleaded guilty on Monday to first degree murder. In a mass shooting in May that killed ten people at a supermarket in a predominantly black neighborhood of buffalo, New York. At a hearing 19 year old Peyton gendron, pleaded guilty to multiple counts related to the shooting, including a charge of domestic terrorism, motivated by hate. Gendron was accused of carrying out the attack, which also wounded three other people with the intention of killing as many African Americans as he could. It was established beyond a reasonable doubt that he had this gruesome motive that in just over two minutes he murdered as many African Americans as he could. Erie county district attorney, John Flynn said at a press conference after the plea. He added justice has been done today. Gendron who was 18 at the time of the attack initially pleaded not guilty after a grand jury returned an indictment in June. He faces a mandatory sentence of life in prison without parole on the domestic terrorism charge alone. Sentencing is scheduled for February according to media reports. Gendron was the first defendant in New York ever to be indicted for a domestic act of terrorism, motivated by hate in the first degree. Civil rights attorney Ben crump described the hearing as a gut wrenching experience for the victim's families he represents. He called for gendron to be given the most harsh sentence for the crimes. Hawaii's Mona loa, the world's largest active volcano, has started to erupt for the first time in nearly four decades, prompting volcanic ash and daybreak to fall nearby. The U.S. geological survey reported the eruption began late on Sunday Night on the big island where lava flows were contained within the summit area and weren't threatening nearby communities. However, residents who were at risk have been worn to review their eruption preparations. How long the volcano erupts four and whether it could cause lava to flow to populated areas of the island is impossible to predict, said USGS spokesperson, meal Corbett. But I can tell you we're in constant communication with Hawaii civil defense and they're providing updates to community members. Scientists had been on alert because of a recent spike in earthquakes at the summit of the volcano, which last erupted in 1984. Portions of the big island were under an ash fall advisory issued by the national weather service in Honolulu, which set up to a quarter inch of ash could accumulate in some areas. Mona loa, which rises 13,679 feet above sea level, is one of 5 volcanos that make up the big island of Hawaii. During a 1950 eruption, the mountains lava traveled 15 miles to the ocean in less than three hours. You can subscribe to 5 minute news on YouTube with your preferred podcast app, ask your smart speaker or enable 5 minute news as your Amazon Alexa flash briefing skill. Subscribe, rate, and review online at 5 minute dot news. 5 minute news is an evergreen podcast covering politics, inequality, health and climate delivering independent, unbiased and essential world news. Daily. If you enjoy 5 minute news, join me for the weekend show podcast. Big picture conversations with expert guests about the state of America available every Sunday with Midas touch and 5 minute news. 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"john flynn" Discussed on WTOP
"For about 7 hours. This small plane crashed in Montgomery village around 5 30 on Sunday Night and an initially struck the power lines of one tower. They got stuck in another sine Montgomery county fire chief, Scott Goldstein, struck the lines of the north tower and then became embedded in the south tower. And the pilot and passenger were in the dangling plane for hours, while they raided for rescuers to try to get them out. They were anxious. They were concerned about the stability of the aircraft. Both were taken to a local hospital Their conditions have improved, and one of them has been released. The plane was also taken out of the power lines, but remains on the scene, while the NTSB investigates. Stetson Miller, WTO P news. Also learning the WTO PTSD morning that the NTSB apparently plans to release a preliminary report of their investigation into this crash in two to three weeks. Two 33. CBS News brief President Biden is asking Congress to stop a railroad strike, southern Illinois university professor Gregory de young. If things go as they did last time, it'll be pretty quickly solved because last time the vote in the House was 400 to 5 to end the strike. So there was really strong support to ending the strike. But was in 1992 in Buffalo, a man who killed ten black people in May pleads guilty. Erie county DA John Flynn. No individual in the history of the state of New York has been found guilty of that domestic terrorism charge motivated by hate until today. NATO foreign ministers in Romania to talk about Ukraine. Ukraine's foreign minister will brief his counterparts this evening on the latest situation. Some allies are already stepping up efforts to help Ukraine through the winter as Russia continues to target its power supplies. More raids such as generators and winter clothing for troops is expected. The BBC's Jonathan Beal, CBS News brief. I'm Christopher Cruise
"john flynn" Discussed on WTOP
"The pilot and a passenger were stranded 100 feet in the air for nearly 7 hours near Montgomery village. At a news conference last hour, Montgomery county fire chief Scott Goldstein, had an update. We have two people that we would transport it to a local trauma center, both of those folks condition has improved. One is still in the hospital and that's all the information that I have on the two occupants that were in the plane. Maryland state police say they are still working with the national transportation safety board to figure out what happened. Four 32, a gunman in Buffalo pleads guilty today in that racist supermarket massacre earlier in the year. This case is a poster child for swift justice. Erie county district attorney John Flynn at a news conference carried by wkbw after the white gunman who killed ten black people at a buffalo supermarket last May pleaded guilty. Justice has been done today. But while justice has been accomplished, nothing will ever bring back the ten beautiful people who lost their lives on that day. Attorney Ben crump, who represents some of the victims families on a very difficult day. It was just gut wrenching. And it made you angry all over again. I'm Shelly Adler. President Biden once Congress to once again take up gun legislation, but lawmakers have a long list of other priorities as they return to work from the Thanksgiving holiday. WTO's Mitchell Miller has details from Capitol Hill. President Biden has called on lawmakers to take another look at an assault weapons ban
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Buffalo gunman pleads guilty in racist supermarket massacre
"A gunman in Buffalo has pleaded guilty to the racist supermarket massacre earlier this year. This case is a poster child for swift justice. Erie county district attorney John Flynn at a news conference carried by W K B W after the white gunmen who killed ten black people at a buffalo supermarket last May pleaded guilty. Justice has been done today. But while justice has been accomplished, nothing will ever bring back the ten beautiful people who lost their lives on that day. Attorney Ben crump, who represents some of the victims families on a very difficult day. It was just gut wrenching. And it made you angry all over again. I'm Shelley Adler.
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"john flynn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And I'm Rachel Martin The white man accused of killing ten people and wounding three others in a racist mass shooting will be back in court this morning in Buffalo New York His hearing comes as New York's governor is promising changes to combat domestic terrorism earlier I spoke with NPR Sheryl corley who was following the story in Buffalo Today is what's called a felony hearing and that's where they determine whether there's enough evidence for trial Peyton gendron as you mentioned is charged with first degree murder And I'm like this is an open and shut case but it's not that simple according to district attorney John Flynn Emotions are high I understand the rawness of this matter However I do not operate in the court of public opinion I operate in a court of law And this defendant is innocent until proven guilty And Flynn says more charges may come however after a grand jury convenes an investigates the shooting there's a 45 day window for that to occur and the clock starts ticking today I mean we heard Flynn say the defendant is innocent until proven guilty We just have to note that the shooting at the supermarket was live streamed on a social media channel before getting removed And the suspect apparently wrote a racist document that was posted online I mean are those things going to be factors in the trial Well you know it really depends on whether they are admitted in court And the battle over evidence always plays out in trials County board association selected attorneys and private practice to represent the suspect And what evidence is allowed is sure to be an argument between the defense and prosecutors if the plea remains the same And if the case moves forward So let's talk about what the governor of New York is doing Kathy hochul has moved along with the state attorney general to go after social media companies tell us more Well the governor said the nation's biggest threat is the mainstreaming of hate speech and white supremacy and easy access to military style weapons and ammunition She sent a referral letter requesting the attorney general letitia James to investigate social media platforms Twitch and 4chan and others that were apparently used to amplify the attack and hoku also signed an executive order that sets up a domestic terrorism unit They'll develop the best practices for law enforcement for mental health professionals for school officials to address the rise in homegrown extremism And we'll make sure that they're trained to know How it occurs where it occurs and how to stop it So in addition to this focus on social media the governor is also announced this plan for tighter gun controls what can you tell us She wants state lawmakers really to close gun law loopholes that she says allow specialty guns to be sold without permits And just a whole package And in the midst of all this the community is mourning There have been vigils held all week and tomorrow a funeral will be held for 67 year old Hayward Patterson one of the ten victims NPR Sheryl corley reporting from buffalo Cheryl thank you You're welcome The U.S. is working to smooth out tensions with Mexico U.S. special adviser Chris Dodd met virtually with president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador after the Mexican leader threatened to skip this year's summit of the Americas if Cuba Venezuela and Nicaragua are excluded from attending It's a concerning sign of a new chapter in U.S. relations with Latin America which has been electing more leaders who are not as interested in having a close relationship with the United States Here to talk about all of this is NPR White House correspondent Franco ordonez Hi Franco Hey laila So Franco explained this controversy to us You know the Biden administration has indicated that the United States will only invite democratically elected leaders to the summit which is taking place in Los Angeles early next month So the leftist presidents of Mexico and Bolivia announced that they would skip if leaders of the three of the governments as you mentioned Cuba Venezuela and Nicaragua are not invited Amlo as he is known has been critical of the U.S. in the past But that relationship between the U.S. and Mexico is really significant so it's another bold stance for him to take And I'll just note that the right wing president of Brazil Another regional power is also not expected to attend but for different reasons So how is the U.S. responding Well first they're making it clear that invites have not gone out and decisions have yet to be finalized But that hasn't stopped them from revving up the diplomatic engine There were discussions yesterday with the U.S. special adviser that's former senator Chris Dodd And those talks will continue And before that the U.S. made two major announcements that some see as an effort to try to meet Lopez Obrador and other leaders halfway On Monday the Biden administration announced plans to make it easier for families to send money and visit relatives in Cuba reversing a Trump era move And on Tuesday the administration announced it was easing some oil sanctions on Venezuela Both of those things are things that the governments were seeking Now one of the arguments being made is that the summit should be more inclusive Why not use this forum as an opportunity to confront the autocratic leaders and tackle these issues head on You know it's a really compelling argument that many are making And clearly there is engagement that we see with those announcements on Cuba and Venezuela But Mark fierce dean who recently left the Biden administration as a senior adviser tells me there's a big difference between that kind of engagement and standing next to the autocratic leaders for a widely scrutinized photo at a forum that promotes democracy You can't have in that picture someone like Nicolas Maduro who's committed crimes against humanity Some would like to Ortega who's imposed a dictatorship and jailed all the political opponents and someone like DS canal of Cuba They just don't fit there They don't belong in that picture Now he says that It's a very different dynamic Are there political implications to the administration's decision to engage with these countries particularly with voters in Florida Yeah some Democrats actually see this as a sign that the party is giving up on winning Florida a state former president Obama won twice Fernanda mandi a democratic pollster says Florida is the one state where U.S. policy toward Venezuela and Cuba has a direct and political impact These decisions taken outside of the port of political context may actually represent where the administration wants to go from a policy perspective However there is always political backlash to these types of decisions in Florida and they are certainly being experienced now Now Venezuelan American and Cuban American voters have proven to be decisive in Florida as ammonia notes So there is a lot at stake But I'll just note that the invitations still haven't gone out so there is still time for things to change but not much The summit starts the week of June 6th NPR White House correspondent Franco ordonez thank you Franco Thank you.
"john flynn" Discussed on WTOP
"Tuesday glad you with us here at WTO I'm dean lane our producer as teddy gellman among the top stories we're following for you as we do right into this Tuesday together CBS News special report his girlfriend was among the ten people shot and killed in Buffalo over the weekend Jermaine Bryce says he keeps seeing the image of her falling down No more Police commissioner Joseph grima says the suspect made 400 mile round trip from New York's southern tier to scout the top supermarket as a potential target months ago We have confirmed now that it appears that individual was here back a couple of months ago in early March And there are new online threats here at county DA John Flynn says they'd better stop To any tough guy or anyone who wants to be cute out there and sending messages or threatening anyone or threatening a door anyone or putting anything on social media I will find you And I will arrest you and I will prosecute you CBS News special report I'm Peter king I know CBS has been reporting president Joe Biden and First Lady Jill had to Buffalo New York today to console the community leaders and first responders family members of victims of Saturday's racist shooting rampage Meantime back here at home Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer is blasting some Republicans in the wake of the deadly buffalo attacks suggesting they're spreading dangerous rhetoric These capital hill correspondent Mitchell Miller without angle The majority leader is critical of those who are echoing white replacement theory suggesting illegal immigrants and others are trying to take over the U.S. political system These hard right manga Republicans argue that people of color and minority communities are somehow posing a threat a threat But the house is number three Republican Elise Stefanik is pushing back on criticism of a Facebook ad from her campaign committee which accused Democrats of seeking a permanent election insurrection She says an attempt to link her to the shooting is in her words a new disgusting low for the left and they're never Trump allies On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO And on another front we take you out west authorities in Southern California this morning say they believe the gunman in a deadly attack at a church over the weekend was motivated by hate Orange County sheriff Don Barnes says the suspect is a Chinese immigrant and drove to the church where he is not a regular attendee secured the doors and started shooting It is believed the suspect involved was upset about political tensions between China and Taiwan He says the pastor Doctor John Chang was killed after confronting the gunman by hitting him on the head with a chair Without the actions of doctor.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"john flynn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On this weekend's deadly shooting at a supermarket that left ten people dead and three injured Erie county district attorney John Flynn says a felony hearing will be held on Thursday I operate in a court of law And this defendant is innocent until proven guilty Let me repeat that He is innocent until proven guilty He has only been charged right now with one charge and that's it Flynn says that one charges First degree murder President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden plan a trip to buffalo tomorrow While authorities say the suspect in another shooting yesterday at a church in laguna Woods California has been identified as a 68 year old Chinese immigrant living in the U.S. Orange County sheriff Don Barnes says David chow is Cho is alleged to have driven from his home in Los Angeles to the church and then opened fire Based on information we've collected and I'm not going to go onto the details of that evidence Was a politically motivated hate incident agreements that this individual had between himself and the Taiwanese community Barnes says they do believe though the suspect acted alone Abbott lab says it has entered a consent decree with the FDA regarding its plant that had been closed due to quality concerns and largely caused the shortage The agreement basically sets up terms for the plant to resume operations which could happen within two weeks Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered.
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"In over a 120 countries This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update authorities in Buffalo say they're moving quickly to prosecute in 18 year old man accused of murdering ten people in a grocery store Erie county district attorney John Flynn told reporters Saturday The wheels of justice are moving swiftly A felony hearing will not take place in 5 days And then the investigation continues So we have taken the appropriate steps right now to get him behind the virus 18 year old Peyton gendron is being charged with first degree murder for allegedly shooting 13 people Saturday afternoon at a buffalo grocery store ten of the victims died gendron is pleading not guilty Authorities believe the crime was racially motivated Minority leader Mitch McConnell leading a delegation of Republican senators on a visit to war torn Ukraine President zelensky announced the visit on telegram Saturday morning Video shows McConnell accompanied by senator Susan Collins and John cornyn being greeted by zelensky in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv I'm Brad Seeger You're listening to Bloomberg businessweek with Carol masher and Bloomberg quick takes Tim Steven from Bloomberg radio All right with all the market volatility again this week I mean it's really been the theme of 2022 market volatility So we recently caught up with a perfect guest to talk about it He has seen a lot of market cycles Fair to call him legendary Allen Patrick Hoff an early VC he helped build and grow such companies as America online Office Depot A little company called Apple audible as well He's the chairman emeritus and cofounder of gray Croft He's also got a new book out Carol It's called no red lights reflections on life 50 years in venture capital and never driving alone You know everybody I meet is lived for such a short time relatively in this market that they only see everything going up and I've lived through so many cycles that to me this was inevitable it's going to come Everybody was living in a euphoric state that things were only going to go up And I think you better be prepared for some kind of hiccup and I don't know why it's going to happen but that's just the way the markets work How big of a hiccup and how long are the hiccup Well I think it depends on what the after fall is after this initial setback Will the market stabilize or is it going to you know after a certain period of time go down again I mean the levels that the markets have just been increasing steadily until the beginning of this year I mean last year was dramatic The whole Trump era was dramatic I always follow the theory that markets don't like surprises And all we had was surprises for four years and the market kept going on So I think we've got an after effect of that And I just say one thing this is not the time to sell I think you got to ride the rocky periods and watch how to see how it stabilizes Even a name like you know you've got meta meta platforms right Facebook down about 38% this year We were talking about Netflix before we got going It's down almost 46% since April 19th when it just freaked out the markets right When it came down with a lack of subscriber growth So I don't know how do we make sense of some of that Is that opportunity to you Or is it like there's something wrong Well if I were following public markets I'd be looking very carefully for where the opportunities are in terms of companies that have relatively good values and relation to their revenues and their profits and which ones have the balance sheets that are going to sustain themselves No matter what happens to interest rates But in terms of meta and Google and Apple I think we're going through a period where for finally the Congress are now focused on the monopoly positions that these companies have And there's legislation pending And I think that it's long been longer company You really are coming You realize that the Internet has not had any regulation there's been no regulation in 25 years we're living with outdated monopoly laws And I think that Europe has just passed some very significant laws And the U.S. is going to follow I think very shortly And that is an overhang Very curious about your thoughts on this Does the monopoly power that you argue that some of these big tech companies have to what extent does that stifle innovation when it comes to startups Of course it does I mean you know I can't tell you the number of companies I've been on the board of where I'm going to aboard me and they'd say traffic was down 50% or whatever the percentage is why Google changed their algorithms I mean that's monopoly if I've ever heard it I mean we our original monopoly laws were related to control of the railroads that control of oil now we're seeing a different kind of monopoly control And that is you know when you have 90% of your search going through one vehicle and when people are putting their own internal products and offerings ahead of other products that are available that's monopoly Consumers get hurt Yeah Oh ultimately of course Well let's put this way The advertisers are getting hurt The competitive businesses are getting hurt And I.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"john flynn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And the economy Lisa you're not embarrassed I mean Abramovich is not embarrassed right It's like I carried away Almost as well as they know each other Tom's a little tired he slept on my couch Thanks Joe Got a few as late appreciated Bloomberg surveillance with Tom Keene Jonathan farrow and Lisa Abramovich You think the bank is one high race Lisa Do you think this guy occasionally is blue We've seen mornings at 7 eastern on Bloomberg radio and Bloomberg television Authorities in Buffalo say they're moving quickly to prosecute in 18 year old man accused of murdering ten people in a grocery store Erie county district attorney John Flynn told reporters Saturday The wheels of justice are moving swiftly A felony hearing will not take place in 5 days And then the investigation continues So we have taken the appropriate steps right now to get him behind the bars 18 year old Payton gendron is being charged with first degree murder for allegedly shooting 13 people Saturday afternoon at a buffalo grocery store ten of the victims died gendron is pleading not guilty Authorities believe the crime was racially motivated Minority leader Mitch McConnell leading a delegation of Republican senators on a visit to war torn Ukraine president zelensky announced the visit on telegram Saturday morning Video shows McConnell accompanied by senator Susan Collins and John cornyn being greeted by zelensky in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv I'm Brad seger And now this Bloomberg sports update White Sox snapped the Yankees 5 game win streak and walk off fashion a three two victory Luis Robert your game winning RBI single off a roll this Chapman Giancarlo Stanton three more hits in an RBI Nestor Cortes junior will get the ball this afternoon and the rubber game of three Patrick mazzika the go ahead solo shot in the 7th as the mets were able to withstand the Mariners 5 four Edwin Diaz shut the door in the 9th while the mets had coughed up a four one lead before mazeika put them in front for keeps Francisco Lindor knocked in a pair as well as they'll play the rubber game of the series this afternoon meanwhile before the game the mets placed catcher James McCann on the injured list thanks to a broken bone in his wrist he's likely on the shelf for about 6 weeks Rangers and penguins for all the marbles later tonight a game 7 at the garden as the rangers looking to complete the comeback from three one down in the series Teams are going to be wearing the gold and ready to go and everybody knows the loser goes home so it should be a fun game It's a close series The TV evenly matched And hopefully we'll come out on top but it's going to be I think expecting a real good game Head coach Gerard gallant as he hopes this club won't start as slow later tonight They've had to rally from two zero down in both games 5 and came 6 to force this deciding game 7 Now further word on the availability for Sidney Crosby for Pittsburgh who sat at game 6 with an upper body injury however he was able to skate at practice Gallo filmmaker decided to withdraw from next week's PGA Championship lefty is the defending champion but he hasn't played a few months following this controversial comments regarding the premier golf league backed by Saudi Arabia Meanwhile at the Byron Nelson Sebastian munoz holds a one shot lead on Jordan Spieth as he sits at 21 under after three rounds and the giant is able to come to terms with both of their first round picks as kayvon thibodeau and Evan Neal both locked in on four year deals And that's your Bloomberg sports update I'm Mark Bennett.
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"App this is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update Buffalo officials are revealing that a majority of the victims in a mass shooting at a New York grocery store Saturday afternoon were black District attorney John Flynn stated during a press conference that investigators have obtained some evidence that point to racial animosity He declined to elaborate on what that evidence was Of the 13 victims 11 of them were black the alleged shooter was arraigned Saturday on first degree murder charges The mayor of buffalo is calling the shooting the worst nightmare that any community can face mayor Byron Brown opened his news conference with some very emotional words This is the worst nightmare that any community can face and we are hurting and we are seething right now as a community Authorities say the heavily armed suspect live stream the attack New York governor Kathy hochul is promising to crack down on gun violence in the state of New York She said she planned on Tuesday to announce a comprehensive gun package to tighten loopholes around gun laws It comes after that 18 year old man allegedly shot 13 people at that grocery store Saturday just last month a different suspect shot up the subway system in Brooklyn injuring almost 30 people ten of those suffering gunshot wounds An Emmy winning actor is West Hollywood's newest business owner Woody Harrelson's cannabis dispensary called the Woods opened on Friday in the 8200 block of Santa Monica boulevard during a ribbon cutting ceremony the actor and cannabis legalization activist brought good vibes to weho and its citizens.
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"It with Bloomberg business week editor Joe Weber It's the cover story of the upcoming issue Bloomberg businessweek We did afternoons at two eastern These are retailers that have been on everybody's radar Those Apple numbers continuing to come in On Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com This is a special report mass shooting in Buffalo President Biden and the First Lady are praying for those who have been launched and for their loved ones after a mass shooting in a Buffalo New York supermarket that's what White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre said in a statement Sean Pierre said Biden has been briefed by Homeland Security after 13 people were shot and ten were killed Biden will receive updates as information develops Buffalo mayor Byron Brown said the shooter an 18 year old white male was not from the community The shooter traveled hours from outside this community To perpetrate this crime on the people of buffalo The suspect is in custody and reportedly will be arraigned tonight on first degree murder charges buffalo officials are revealing that a majority of the victims in the mass shooting were black district attorney John Flynn stated during a press conference that investigators have obtained some evidence that point to racial animosity He declined to elaborate on what that evidence was of the 13 victims 11 of them were black I'm Chris Karachi And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom The European Union is set to offer its gas importers a solution to avoid a breach of sanctions when buying fuel from Russia and still effectively satisfy president Vladimir Putin's demands over payment in rubles We're hearing that in new guidance on gas payments the European Commission plans to say that companies should make a clear statement they consider their obligations fulfilled once they pay in Euros or dollars Our source is saying that the EU's executive arm told the governments that the guidance does not prevent companies from opening an account at Gazprom bank and will allow them to purchase gas in accordance with EU sanctions following Russia's invasion of Ukraine European companies have been scrambling for weeks to figure out how they can meet Moscow's demand and keep the crucial gas flowing without violating sanctions on Russia's Central Bank Federal Reserve bank of Cleveland president Loretta mester is backing raising interest rates by half percentage points at the Central Bank's next two policy meetings in order to tamp down surging inflation We get the story from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet Speaking during a virtual appearance of the international research forum on monetary policy master said quote unless there are some big surprises I expect it to be appropriate to raise the policy rate another 50 basis points at each of our next two meetings Central bankers raised rates by half a point of their meeting earlier this month and chair Jay Powell told reporters that similar moves are on the table at the next two meetings Bloomberg's Charlie pellet there The New York City parks department is facing a worker shortage New York one reports that with fewer workers the department is projecting that at the July peak of the high season of parks usage there will be 259 fewer total cleanup workers than there were last year 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 Susanna Palmer This.
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"Had a lasting impact on landmark rulings since his nomination to the court in 1994 by former president Clinton Loyola law school professor Laurie Levinson is somebody who is having influence on sentencing guidelines on gun rights on women's rights to an abortion All of these hot button issues Senate Judiciary Committee chairman dick Durbin said he intends to take up President Biden's nominee expeditiously with breyers end of June retirement Steve Dorsey CBS News Washington I'm Stephen portnoy word of a vacancy on the high court in this midterm election year in which control of Congress is in play will activate both parties basis given the razor thin majority Democrats now enjoy in the Senate President Biden will surely seek to replace Steven breyer with another dependable liberal As a candidate mister Biden pledged to nominate the first African American female justice calling it long overdue The U.S. has delivered a written response to Russia over its security demands amid word it may want to invade Ukraine Pentagon correspondent county McCormick The response was delivered by the U.S. ambassador to Russia Secretary of State Antony Blinken insisted it made no concessions on issues like banning Ukraine from joining NATO and instead also highlighted U.S. concerns Putting things in writing is a good way to make sure it was precise as possible And the Russians understand our positions Our ideas is clearly as possible The Biden administration says it is willing to address other concerns like arms control but it isn't clear whether Moscow will accept that agenda and deescalate the situation Right now the document is with them and the ball is in their court So far one body has been recovered as coast guard crews search off the Florida coast for 38 others Their boat left The Bahamas Saturday in a suspected human smuggling attempt and it capsized yesterday One survivor was found yesterday clinging to the overturned hull 40 miles off the coast A husband and wife face up to 7 years in prison after they allegedly tried to attend the bills patriots playoffs game earlier this month using what officials say were fake COVID vaccination cards Eerie county district attorney John Flynn says the couple was already on buffalo's radar Someone saw it on social media and called the Buffalo Bills or called the health department and made an anonymous tip just in the fed reserve says it will soon be appropriate to raise interest rates On Wall Street the Dow is up four 11 This is CBS News Never miss a moment top news from 24/7 360 five listen on air on Alexa and.
GSMC Television Podcast
"john flynn" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast
"Our leader. John flynn who is a terrible person. And completely sexist. After she takes the tesseract hydra with a five brainier. Shield created by inventor howard's dark. Lynn reluctantly promotes her. To the combat role of captain carter stark uses the tesseract to create a weaponize armored suit for rogers to pilot as the hydra stumper carter and fight many battles until goes missing while attacking a hydra train carter and her allies find rodgers when they infiltrate a hydra base and see red skull using the test iraq to open a portal and summoned an inter dimensional creature which kills them. Carter enters the closing porto to force the creature back almost seventy years later. The test iraq opens another puerto which carter emerges from meeting nick theory and clint barton. So that was the first episode and it was really interesting. It was really cool. To see peggy as captain carter and i also liked the hydra stumper thing that they gabe steve do. They really did make a good team. But just like in the end of captain america. Movie peggy and steve did not get that last dance. 'cause time separate the two of them so side anyway. The next episode called what if teach. Aw became a star. Lord in nineteen eighty eight. The ravin jurors are sent to her by the sis dalieh ego to retrieve his son. Peter quill but mistakenly abductor young t chow from will kanda. Twenty years later teach how has become the famous intergalactic mercenary star lord and has been convinced by ravin jer leader. Yawn do dont'a. That kanda was destroyed. Nebula approaches the ravin jurors and proposes to steal the embers of genesis a cosmic artifact capable of eradicating galactic. Conger from galactic kingpin. Tanna lear tive van or basically the collector at taverns headquarters on nowhere. They offer him the power stone as a distraction while t chow looks for the embers but he finds a will conduct space craft. That was searching for him. Nebula seemingly betrays the ravin who are captured but this is another ruse to obtain the embers vans slave kaarina rescues teach child and helps the rob anders defeat to van t chow forgives. Yon do for lying about will conduct and they return there. So t- child can reunite with his family elsewhere. Ego approaches quill. Who is now a dairy queen janitor. That's a funny state for anyway. This is a very interesting version of guardians of the galaxy. And i liked it. What i thought was really interesting. Was that in this version. Thanos is actually a good guy instead of being a villain. Because the fact that he's on their team you would not think that that would be a thing as the plot of the last one. It is basically this. The last one is called what the world lost. Its mightiest heroes over the course of a week. Shield nick theory attempts to recruit heroes for the vendors initiative. But they are eat mysteriously killed. Natasha romanoff injects tony stark with an unexpected fatal dose of the theme dioxide. Clint barton accidentally shoots and kills war. Before dying intern bruce banner halt explodes and romanoff is attacked and killed while investigating the other murders before she dies romanoff tells theory at the murders are related to hope. Doors brother loki confronts theory about doors death and theory proposes an alliance defined doors killer. Now who is source killer. Well i'm not going to reveal that in other words. I really want you to give this theories a chance because it's really interesting. I watched all them. I think my favorite is carter. Because it kind of made me wanna rewatch captain america just because i was a little bit confused but yeah i liked seeing peggy carter as captain carter. It was really cool. Then my second favorite would have to be the episode where all of the vendors basically were killed because the surprise of who did it at the end is really interesting..
Biz Talk Radio
"john flynn" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Coming to the show. Gregg Spiridellis is our guest. Jib Jab, Jib Jab, Jib jab. E was gonna do it again. Yeah, we could do all day. With that jib jab you, You might know he's a CEO, co founder and CEO of it, but Jib Jab Brothers Studios. Jim Jab was the first we'll get into the company next segment, but was the first First thing I had fun kind of with the technology of the Internet and everything right? Yeah, well, that was how we looked at it from the beginning, and we saw the Internet as an opportunity for two guys with a few 1000 bucks worth of equipment actually make fun, funny things that people could share on the Enter first jib jab I got was me skiing. Yeah, it's just my head has pulled back and forth. All right. Very funny. I know you always wanna be a entrepreneur. Yeah, You know, my father was an entrepreneur. He was early computer consulting entrepreneur in the seventies in New York. City, which meant I grew up around IBM, Peanuts and Apple Tuesday. All the great stuff. I mean, he had a data center at one point where you could walk into I can see like, you know, four floors of computers. It's now like half the power of an iPhone. But you know, always around technology. And then our mother was a singer and an artist. So we You kind of grew up in this world of technology and art and entertainment. And I think you know that helped me and my brother kind of form form Jib. Jab, Jib, Jab, Jib. What was your first paying job this by the ways of inside which were not continue, But we don't know what you're neither what was your first paying job? My first paying job? I had a DJ business when I was in seventh or eighth grade ahead of your time Go around, and I would I spin records at birthday parties on No CDs back then. So you know, I had to figure out how do you Where do you put the table so they don't skip when people are dancing thieves were the problems of a mid 19 eighties DJ and noted that satisfy everybody had the Karel Malik have any song they want. Oh, yeah, no, no. I had to have creates a 45 records. I mean, it was great. It was a great It was a great thing. You know what those things are? They called when none of those little things that put in the 45. What are they called? The spiders. Spiders in the girls told me. Okay. Learn something every day. How many hours you Workaday Now, Now I work. Probably about I would say, 14. I get a very, very early I've got young kids. So I start my day. Really, really early And but try not to end it too late. I tried always have dinner with the kids. And how do you balance Well, You just told me balanced life and work. Yeah. Bounce it. Zhar do I mean, I You know, I find that my most productive hours are really early in the morning and especially now our studios over 70 people. On Then we have hundreds of contractors we work with, so that quiet time in the morning is critical for me, because once I get into my day, it's like my time Is everybody else's And then you just try to shut it down when you can't show it down, But it's not. Not that easy. Jib Jab, jib Jab. Um did you did you copy? I'm I don't mean to do this, too. But like South Park started with that Christmas card. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah. Killing Jesus. Yeah. No, no, it was It wasn't hailing Santa. It was, I think both. Maybe. Yeah. One fell swoop. For us. It was there wasn't one person we're trying to be. It was really just like seeing Was from worked in investment banking. I was at warden Do my MBA and my brother was an independent animator out of who just graduated art school and seeing the Internet. The idea that Wow, you can make something in distributed all around the world was really inspiring. And so I showed my brother the technology, he started producing animation that we could distribute on the Web. We just had fun. And it just felt like this was the beginning of something really, really big And here is a chance for the two of us to get in at the ground floor them any weird hobbies to have any weird. I do not have any weird hobbies. I have what to have. Ah, company I'm running and three Children. No, no strange hobbies. I still play the drums a little bit. That's a good hobby, But yeah, nothing. No, I'm terrible, Terrible. I have this fantasy of weather stepping back out like you used to play in high school of like Coming back in my life fifties and like forming some sort of like bar band. I don't know You played the first going on that I Greg, can you come up here and say that? Yeah, exactly. Um Do you have a mentor? Does your father? Maybe? Yeah, Definitely. Definitely. Definitely. My father, you know, always like even from early on and then also as the business changes. I mean, even when you're facing Really tough decisions. When you're thinking about how do you go after an opportunity? I find that he's still the best. He's still got the best point of view. But then you have other people as well. Like our lead investor from players, John Flynn. You know, not only an investor of the sea, but also like yeah, really good men or someone who helps us think through. Think through problems and go after things. Are you one of these people that could take advice from others? I'm really good at take. I am. It's something I've learned. I think early in my career. Um I had much Maybe I was less confident in myself. So advice felt, you know, you can filter through it totally like and I have a CEO coach and I am open to advice. The hard thing is when you're CEO. No one wants to tell you anything to CEO Coach CEO coaches, Someone who who who basically is there to help me think through Issues because I find a lot of times in your CEO. It's like pretty lonely. Everyone's got a vested interest in the outcome of a problem. And so it's often times hard to find objective advice where it will inspire, inform and connected community of entrepreneurs. This business rock stars. I'm Pat O'Brien get Gregg Spiridellis The drummer like play, Wipe out Not not here. Not on not on camera. I'm gonna ask you, can you Perhaps? Yeah. Job s O. A typical days. You get up early. Yeah. How many people work for you? We're about 75 in the studio. Then we have a contracting network as well. Artists. You got this? I got these places Look like you walk into this massive rooms of energy. Once. I'd like to control. Yeah, it.
Charges dropped against officers seen shoving 75-year-old man
"Felony assault charges against two police officers. NPR's Brian Mann says the charges stemmed from injuries sustained by an elderly man during a black lives matter March. Officers Aaron Tarkovsky and Robert McCabe, with the Buffalo Police Department were captured on cell phone video in early June, shoving 75 year old Martin Georgino on the ground. He cracked his skull on the pavement and spent a month in the hospital. Every county district attorney, John Flynn charged the officers with felony assault, but now a grand jury has dismissed the case. Speaking at a press conference, Flynn predicted that critics will accuse him of not prosecuting the case against the officers. Aggressively enough. Look at each one of you in the eye right now. I'm telling you. That I sandbag nothing, Flynn said. The grand jury proceedings are secret so he could release no details explaining why the charges were dropped. Brian Mann NPR NEWS This is NPR news.
The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal
Grand Jury Votes Not to Indict Buffalo New York Police Officers Accused of Shoving Protester
"Felony charges against to Buffalo, New York police officers have been dropped Officers Aaron Tarkovsky and Robert McCabe were charged with felony assault for shoving an elderly protester to the ground and leaving him to believe, Yuri County District Attorney John Flynn said the grand jury declined to indict that. Crime was committed here. Alright, but Again. We have a system in place here. Where society makes all decisions. It took Martin Good Gino a month in the hospital before he recovered. Flynn said Gugino violated a curfew in place at the time, but should not have been shoved. Aaron Kit RISKY. ABC NEWS New YORK
"john flynn" Discussed on KOMO
"Now much we're going out. The former president's legal team will take over tomorrow. Felony charges against to Buffalo, New York police officers have been drops Officers Aaron Tarkovsky and Robert McCabe were charged with felony assault for shoving an elderly protester to the ground and leaving him to believe you re county District Attorney John Flynn said. The grand jury declined to indict. Crime was committed here. All right? What Then we have a system in place here. Where society makes all decisions. It took Martin Googie No. A month in the hospital before he recovered. Flynn said Gugino violated a curfew in place at the time, but should not have been shoved. Aaron Kotowski ABC NEWS New YORK, president Biden says 300 million Americans should be able to get a covert 19 vaccine by the summer or just about anyone, he says. Who wants one? The Dow fell seven points today, the NASDAQ rose more than 50 You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected, Stay informed. 20 Minutes of nonstop news continues on CO Moh news. 1000 FM 97 7 Come on news Time 602 Good evening I'm Rick fan sites with ELISA Jaffe and downtown Seattle. Occasional light snowfall. We have 32 degrees now is falling in the South Sound and Co. Most Charlie Harker tells us he's ready. Well as the sound you don't hear very often. The sound of me spreading the ice melt on my driveway. The sidewalk in front of my place. I like to get it down before Snow falls. I find it's just easier to shovel it out. Once we do get some accumulation. Your mileage may vary with that. What we do know, however, is the snow that is coming down Thursday. This is not the main storm. The storm we're waiting for is the one that happens Friday evening. Scott, Cystic from come on news. Calm places it around. 5 30, maybe six o'clock or after the Sun has said. We're still looking at significant snow totals. I think 4 to 6 is kind of where we're putting the bull's eye for Seattle and ever keep in mind, however, we are still under a winter storm warning for much of Southwest Washington. Pierce County line going south. That is where you might get an inch or two, Scott says. Maybe it in up to four inches and places by the time we reach Friday morning in north years, counting Charlie Harder come, O'Neal's Getting word about 6000 customers are without power in western Washington about 3500 of those air in Seattle in the Capitol Hill neighborhood, roughly 2500 or in the Lummi Island area and want Comm County a lot of strong wind. Their crews are investigating the official cause for both as icy conditions contribute to many crashes.
Arizona's Evening News
Assault charges dropped against Buffalo, New York, police officers seen pushing protester
"New York police officers have been drops Officers Aaron Tarkovsky and Robert McCabe were charged with felony assault for shoving an elderly protester to the ground and leaving him to believe, Yuri County District Attorney John Flynn said the grand jury declined to indict that, all right. Um what Then we have a system in place here where society makes all decisions. It took Martin Googie No. A month in the hospital before he recovered. Flynn said Gugino violated a curfew in place at the time, but should not have been shoved. Aaron Kit RISKY. ABC NEWS New YORK
WNYC 93.9 FM
"john flynn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You don't concede when there's steps lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin accused Trump of creating a powder keg. He knew the rally would explode. If provoked. He knew all it would take A slight push impeachment managers laid out several questions Central to their case against Trump, including whether he encouraged violence. Was it foreseeable and did he act willingly? They stress that the answer to those questions must be. Ah, yes, Winter Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington President Biden met today with lawmakers from both parties at the White House as he seeks to garner support for a plan to expand infrastructure projects. I'm hoping that launching efforts to rebuild the nation's roads and bridges might actually close a partisan divide between Republicans and Democrats during his campaign buying proposed to $2 trillion investment in infrastructure improvements and clean energy. Grand jury in Buffalo, New York, has dismissed felony assault charges filed against two police officers. They're the men were videotaped last summer, pushing an elderly protester to the ground during a black lives matter March or NPR's Brian Mann. Officers, Aaron Tarkovsky and Robert McKay with the Buffalo Police Department were captured on cell phone video in early June, shoving 75 year old Martin Georgino on the ground. He cracked his skull on the pavement and spent a month in the hospital. Erie County District Attorney John Flynn charged the officers with felony assault, but now a grand jury has dismissed the case. Speaking at a press conference, Flynn predicted that critics will accuse him of not prosecuting the case against the officers aggressively enough. We'll get each one of you in the eye right now,.
"john flynn" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Trump, who's charged with inciting the deadly insurrection of the U. S Capitol building. Last month, House impeachment managers summed up their case by replaying a video clip of Trump calling on his supporters to fight back, making yet again baseless claims of a stolen election. We will never concede it doesn't happen. You don't concede with Steph Way lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin accused Trump of creating a powder keg. He knew the rally would explode if provoked. Knew all it would take a slight push impeachment managers laid out several questions Central to their case against Trump, including whether he encouraged violence. Was it foreseeable and did he act willingly? Stress that the answer to those questions must be. Ah, yes, Winter Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington President Biden met today with lawmakers from both parties at the White House as he seeks to garner support for a plan to expand infrastructure projects. I'm hoping that launching efforts to rebuild the nation's roads and bridges might actually close a partisan divide between Republicans and Democrats during his campaign buying proposed to $2 trillion investment in infrastructure improvements and clean energy. Grand jury in Buffalo, New York, has dismissed felony assault charges filed against two police officers. They're the men were videotaped last summer, pushing an elderly protester to the ground during the Black lives matter March or NPR's Brian Mann. Officers, Aaron Tarkovsky and Robert McCabe, with the Buffalo Police Department were captured on cell phone video in early June, shoving 75 year old Martin Georgino on the ground. He cracked his skull on the pavement and spent a month in the hospital. Every county district attorney John Flynn charged the officers with felony assault, but now a grand jury has dismissed the case. Speaking at a press conference, Flynn predicted that critics will accuse him of not prosecuting the case against the officers aggressively enough each one eye right now, and I'm telling you I sandbagged. Flynn said The grand jury proceedings are secret so he could release no details explaining why the charges were dropped. Brian Mann NPR NEWS the Congressional Budget Office as the federal government is on track to post a $2.3 trillion deficit this year. On roughly 900 billion from last year, when the Corona virus caused Congress provide historic amounts of financial aid. Stronger economic growth is help reduce the anticipated shortfall. Still, the deficit could soon be revised upwards of President Biden's $1.9 Trillion coronavirus relief measure becomes law. That aid coming on top of roughly four trillion last year would add more red ink on Wall Street. The Dow was down seven points. Data NASDAQ Up 53 points You're listening to NPR news. One of the Giants of modern jazz, has died. Keyboardist composer and bandleader Chick Corea died Monday. The age of 79. NPR's on Assad's Ius Lucas has this remembrance. Chick Corea was always artistically curious. As a young man in New York he played with Miles Davis at the dawn of jazz fusion, appearing on such landmark albums as Bitches Brew. His own band returned to Forever took that style to new heights of expressiveness..
NYCBD With Jeffry Hill
Video shows elderly man fall after he's shoved by police in Buffalo
"The video of two buffalo police officer shoving an elderly man during a protest this week has led to criminal charges the two officers made their first appearance in court Saturday both of them pleading not guilty to second degree assault charges after they allegedly shoved a seventy five year old man during a protest Erie County district attorney John Flynn says he's not grandstanding or choosing sides by charging the officers anyone who's a victim sixty five years or older and the perpetrators ten years younger it's a felony I can't disregard that video of the incident shows the elderly man bleeding from the ear as the officers walk past
Lenz on Business
2 Buffalo, New York police officers face criminal charges in shoving of 75-year-old protester
"B. the video off to buffalo New York police officer shoving an elderly man during a protest this week now led to criminal charges A. B. C.'s Marc Randall our reports officers made their first appearance in court Saturday both of them pleading not guilty to second degree assault charges after they allegedly shoved a seventy five year old man during a protest every county district attorney John Flynn says he's not grandstanding or choosing sides by charging the officers anyone who's affected I'm sixty five years or older and the perpetrators ten years younger it's a felony I can't disregard that video of the incident shows the elderly man bleeding from the ear as the officers walk past
AP News Radio
Buffalo officers charged in shoving of 75-year-old man
"Two buffalo police officer seen on video shoving a seventy five year old protester to the ground severely injuring him face second degree assault charges officers Robert McCabe in Arundel golf ski turn themselves in Saturday pleaded not guilty and were released without bail they were already suspended after the video went viral Thursday showing Martin good you know knocked to the ground blood coming from his head one officer stopping to check another pushing in the long lost liner light fast when it comes out of the training aspect here county DA John Flynn of dollar and crackers head on the spot no practice called country that's what you don't do it dozens of buffalo police officers angered over the suspension stepped down from the department's crowd control unit Friday I'm Julie Walker
AP News Radio
Michigan to mail absentee ballot applications to all voters
"Michigan plans to mail absentee ballot applications to all seven point seven million registered voters in the state both for August's primary and the November general election secretary of state John Flynn Benson says this step will insure no one has to choose between their health and their right to vote in the midst of the corona virus pandemic her office mailed absentee ballot applications to voters in jurisdictions with local elections earlier this month and there was record turn out the Democrat says voting by mail is easy convenient safe and secure and every voter in Michigan has the right to do it Republicans in the GOP led legislature have questioned whether Benson has the legal authority to send applications to all voters I'm Ben Thomas
China Uses Currency as Weapon in Trade War, Rattling Markets
"Emma looks like the trade war is back on and then some he had China is finally responding to trump's latest trade salver after a weekend of of saber rattling I guess you'd call it from the state media the people's bank of China today allow the one to drop beyond seven pet all of this for the first time in more than a decade it's a highly symbolic made this it's been a long time line in the sand for the currency which as we know trump has criticized as being at we can strategically to China's advantage the country is is also reportedly asking at state owned enterprises to suspend imports of American farm products and this is of course after trump announced on Friday that second though that that another round of tariffs that basically have everything that China exports breaching seven may be a symbolic move Madeline but it is definitely having a real impact on the market this morning yesterday's Nathan a sea of red in stocks today with investors heading for the safety of bonds and the Swiss franc Indian the traditional safe havens markets on a pricing for rate cuts from the fed by in twenty twenty something that the president actually I think would welcome but for stocks at least there's some debate whether rate cuts can offset the uncertainty created by a **** for tat trade war and despite comments to the contrary the PPO sees decision to allow the you want to crack seven as they say in the markets has raised the specter of currency wars and a race to the bottom by countries looking to protect the exports president trump has often complained about other countries taking advantage of the US and keeping their currencies week versus the dollar so that is another area of tension that you could see emerge the other big surprise overnight David Merrit HSBC making a change at the top that's right certainly was a big surprise late on Sunday night London time putting out a statement saying they have I'll state that chief executive officer John Flynn he's only been in the job body year and a hall of the banks like single they called an increasingly complex environment and the need for change Bloomberg learning today Hey that ready that was a big clash between France and the chairman of the the bank mall talk both of a stalled in the priorities such as how to tackle the system slow growth in the US will save the degree of engage with China Weyrich's BC make so much of its money but of course running into conflict on the US side again when companies like wall way that which is of major client of that so friends said approved by short tenure but you know he's seen the market value continue to shrink grappling with their declining stock price the unrest investors they today a bit even more on with more on such a day they haven't got a clue succession plan yet at the bank the stock setting off again this
The Chalene Show
How to Get Out of Depression and Lessons I Learnt on This Dark Journey
"I was hit by car. I had cancer and all in one year. And then the person I was in a relationship with left, and it was like really a good person that happened. My crash February twenty first. They found kidney cancer. I had my surgery in March by June. I was offered the show. I was told hey, you up for this. And I was like, okay. And I thought hey, I'm gonna go through the motions. And see what happens. I think because I was headed into a business with someone. I think I had the crash to discover the kidney cancer the person left. I let go of a lot. So the doors could be opened for this TV show because I know I have a greater purpose on this planet. Yes, it is to help people and inspire kids because I want to be that role model for kids that I didn't have what I hear from this. It's just like everything you're like. Oh, yeah. Car accident cancer pirates. Just the chaos, and the craziness of all it all seems like you're so grateful for it. All there's always a silver lining. You just never know. And when you're in it like I'm witnessing someone right now. Go through something very difficult. And I always say this. The crew it's easy to do a good job when everything's going. Great. It's how we show up when it isn't. That's what defines our character. How are you going to show up when it's all falling apart who were you in this game of life who are you in this situation? Tune into that song that inspires you. Because really music was very big is a very big part of my life. And when I feel like I don't have the energy or I'm feeling like I'm getting a lot of pushback, I'll play a song that really gives me that drive. So I changed the station in my head. I hit my knees, and I asked for help, and then I do the next right thing. And I follow my gut feeling. Does this feel right? Does this feel wrong? If feels wrong, I'm not doing it. And if you don't really know how you feel then don't make a decision you wait for that feeling. You wait for the answer. If you are in a situation where you're not happy, and you feel like you're losing yourself, and your soul is little dim leave because there are people out there like. Me like you that want to help other people here just on the wrong boat. Change your vote, right? And learn to navigate people always say you made it in a male dominated world. How did I do that? Here's how I did it. I learned my skill. I learned how to be a yacht kept. I learned navigation. I learned how to drive a boat. John Flynn taught me I learned to ability where I'm very confident in what I do that.
Weekend Edition Sunday
Wrestler forced to cut off dreadlocks or face disqualification during match
"Drove into a parking garage wall. And Yonkers firefighters were working last night to shore up several lever levels of the garage at the cross county mall. Yonkers assistant fire chief John Flynn says the wall was dislodged from its supports and was in danger of pancakey onto. The structure below Flynn says some cars were removed while repairs are being made and a New York couple whose Jeep crashed on the way to their wedding got lucky when a police officer responding at the scene gave them a ride to the ceremony and he did more serving as a witness yesterday at the town hall in lake rove on Long Island. Police say the crash was caused by another vehicle making a sudden u-turn there were no injuries WNYC right now. Six minutes after eight o'clock right now, thirty six degrees heading up to a high of forty three this afternoon. Support for NPR comes from the doors. Duke charitable foundation whose clinical scientists development award support