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"john mcevoy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"john mcevoy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Out of the Iran nuclear accord architecture has that story and the rest in Limerick nine sixty San Francisco yeah exactly right this is a this is a nice interviewed divides a refi offering a grim outlook for the chance Brian of restarting talks with the U. S. in the exclusive interview with Bloomberg editor in chief John McEvoy Zarif says the U. S. has separated itself now from here and you just don't get security by paying for it you must invest you must do what is necessary and your opinions need to take the necessary action the United States has basically in in my view shot itself in the foot by withdrawing from disagreement with the any says Iran is not interested in building nuclear weapons as a supreme leader has a religious commitment not to do so had we wanted to build nuclear weapons we would have been during the time that we paid the price of building a nuclear weapon during the previous administration in it on we had all the sanctions all the pressure had we wanted to build nuclear weapons we would have been to the dentist he says what is the stabilizing the region as a U. S. selling weapons to Saudi Arabia and the Emirates north and South Korea have been drawn together in Asian qualifying group on the road to the World Cup twenty twenty two they will play matches in the north and the south U. S. houses rebuff the bid to impeach Donald Trump today amid resistance from house speaker Nancy Pelosi has six committees are working one of the following the fax in terms of any abuse of power a section of justice in rest if this motion was narrowly based on the weekend tweets have been characterized by Democrats as races from the president World Health Organization has to be declared a ball and international emergency although Dr Robert Stephan W. H. O. chair says it is now currently a regional emergency there is concern about spread available from mom.

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Manhattan, Madison Square Garden And Governor Cuomo discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Manhattan, Madison Square Garden And Governor Cuomo discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"The night the lights went out and big parts of Manhattan last night major sections of the city anyway or forty two block stretch going from Madison Square Garden about seventy six street and Broadway affected by would con ed officials are describing as a transformer fire that started it all just before seven last night this morning con ed saying they've restored all of the seventy two thousand plus customers who lost power no injuries were reported governor Cuomo did say quote the fact that it happened all unacceptable an investigation is underway this outage was on the anniversary of the New York City blackout in nineteen seventy seven when most of the city lost power first tension in a moment of relief as the lights came back on just ask Condit chairman John McEvoy who was issuing an update at the time I've got a

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"john mcevoy" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"john mcevoy" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"And I remember I heard this cost great shop, and I looked around and this massive guy rugby plasma bolt head come running towards me with his firearm up, and obviously I'm not making the connections. That's a police officer because he had no please markings. So ever an awful. I'm dead. I'm dead. I'm dead. And then he starts screaming get down get down. And then there was loads of place stike coming from everyone at the time. I didn't know police belie low income, and they dragnet phone phonebox referred me on the floor. And then they said. John McEvoy you're under arrest and a night. She did it was my relief. And then they got me back in the back of the police car, and then they kind of start to. A they they made it abundantly clear how much information they knew what was about to do. 'cause that moment I was pleading my since instead of them we talking about getting fit for bucks in. And obviously, I wasn't because I thought it was so white and that he took me to the police station and think so of that was where my journey my life. Then started to really go down a trajectory. I'll never even full. It would go down or go to coat or get reminded. And I'm eighteen years at the eighteen years old at the time by the metropolitan place. Believe was such a high escape risk at such a young age dot couldn't be kept in a young offenders. So if you're under the age of twenty one years old, you can't be kept we've Mao adult prisoners about but maximum secure doesn't exist in young offenders. And so they did something what they called start me up. So because it was such an exceptional circumstance..

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"john mcevoy" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"john mcevoy" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Remembering the slain police, corporal, Ronnie sake. He was gunned down this week by illegal alien, humid city, council Graham, says the entire communities. Suffering a great loss. Anger. Census killing of our wonderful friend. Protector family member. As an officer. And tragically lost. Another brother and blue has a community. We lost a valuable asset in the form of a great man and a great officer. But my law enforcement laws in our community loss fails. To the loss of the family suffered the Thirty-three-year-old officer came into the US's legally himself winning citizenship. Legally, a native of Fiji he was shot early Wednesday by a man who had entered the country legally Stanislaw county sheriff Adam Christians and says it's simply did not have to have this is a criminal illegal alien with prior criminal activity that should have been reported to ice. We were prohibited. Law enforcement was prohibited because of sanctuary laws and that led to the encounter, the weeping. You hear in the background? The victim's brother who was also at that press conference, New York's electric utilities investigating the power mishap that had some city residents joking about an alien invasion this week on Edison. Chairman, John McEvoy elect high voltage electrical equipment fails, it has with it a very significant art. And frankly when it happens at night on a clear sky, it is very dramatic again. I mentioned that this one is even more dramatic is a one a little longer than we normally have been expected. The markets were on an arc yesterday. Mostly downward one the Dow lost seventy six points. The NASDAQ gained six more from townhall dot com. Trina?.

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"john mcevoy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"john mcevoy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Now. Following Thursday, scary blue light show at a con, Ed substation in queens, WCBS, Mike sugarman heard from and the governor about the voltage malfunction electrical fault in a one hundred thirty eight thousand volt system like a lightning bolt but going up an electric arc wasn't aliens. And things got back to normal rather. Quickly says the head of con Ed the system is now essentially in a normal position now, so those significant issues related to reliability that's John McEvoy who had a lot of questions to answer about why New York skies turned blue for a time just after nine pm Thursday, he called it a defective voltage control think of it as something that monitors and reports voltage back to all control centers into protective systems governor Cuomo briefed and got assurances. Mcevoy about what happened and was updated on the investigation system. Also had a device, which is essentially a circuit breaker device that did not trigger. And that is something that is going to be looked at the NYPD got thirty two hundred nine one one calls in the moments after that happened that is four times normal. Mike, sugarman, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty the NYPD ready for New Year's Eve in the big city. Officials say they are adding drone technology to these acuity arsenal this year. John Miller is with NYPD intelligence and counter-terrorism will be deploying NYPD drones for overwatch. We haven't done that before. But that's going to give us a visual aid and a flexibility of being able to move a camera to a certain spot with great repetitive through a tremendous crowd. Mayor de Blasio says we are the safest big city in the nation, and we expect to keep it that way, especially when the ball drops in Times Square, and if you're planning to be in Times Square for new year. I just remember mass transit is strongly recommended and you have to leave stuff like backpacks rela and boos at home in the Bronx, the third still on for group of crafty thieves caught on camera breaking into eight local businesses by cutting holes in walls and ceilings, Alex Leon is the manager of a pioneer market. That was hit. He tells CBS to the teams are pretty brazen. I make a lot of.

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"john mcevoy" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"john mcevoy" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Of course, we know it was a blown kinda transformer, but social media just cannot stop talking about this. I'm on Twitter are calling it the story up Bory Alice. Governor Cuomo says an equipment failure that led to a blue glow. Thursday night was man made lightning the malfunction of that piece of equipment created essentially an arc. He spoke after taking a look at con ED's a story a substation it operates at one hundred thirty eight thousand volts Khanna chairman John McEvoy says they're investigating exactly what happened here. We are absolutely committed to ensuring that we understand what occurred had he says a fire quickly burned itself out the fire department didn't even have to come onto the property. Holly hair ten ten wins in a story. Good morning. I'm Stephanie officer wins news time at the tone. Two-thirty? A President Trump will spend New Year's Eve and New Year's day in DC as the partial government shutdown roles on the president's plans to celebrate the new year in Florida have been cancelled says acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney. So he can stay in town and work on a deal to try to reopen. The government the president's been demanding five billion dollars for a wall on the border with Mexico. Democrats refused to go along with that believing. A wall would be ineffective. They've also rejected a compromise. Put forward by the vice president saying they'll only consider a proposal that the president has publicly supported noting. He's changed his mind numerous times during the funding process, Jerry bowed lender, Washington, while the office of personnel management, which oversees federal workers has some advice for the hundreds of thousands who are not being paid because of this partial shutdown, according to CBS news, the office gave out sample letters that furlough workers can send to their landlords in case. They're having trouble with rent those. Letter suggest a barter handyman services in exchange for grant money and also asked landlords to consider a partial rent reduction because of the shutdown. Wins. News time to thirty one..

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"john mcevoy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"john mcevoy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The result of equipment problems at a con, Ed substation. Mike sugarman heard from the utility and governor press conference this afternoon, an electrical fault in a one hundred thirty eight thousand volt system like a lightning bolt but going up an electric arc wasn't aliens. And things got back to normal rather. Quickly says the head of con Ed the system is now essentially in a normal position now, so those significant issues related to reliability that's John McEvoy who had a lot of questions to answer about why New York skies turned blue for a time just after nine pm Thursday, he called it a defective voltage control. Think of it as something that Menander monitors and reports voltage back to all control centers into protective systems governor Cuomo briefed and got assurances from McEvoy about what happened and was updated on the investigation system. Also had a device, which is essentially a circuit breaker device that not. Not trigger. And that is something that is going to be looked at the NYPD got thirty two hundred nine one one calls in the moments after that happened that is four times normal. Mike sugarman, WCBS NewsRadio eighty a suspected drunk driver accused of fatally shooting a California police officer who pulled him over was caught today as he tried to make a run for it back to Mexico where he lived before legally crossing into the US correspondent Steve Futterman. But the details the arrest occurred in Bakersfield around two hundred miles south of where the killing took place. The man in custody is Gustavo Perez areopagus criminal crossed our border illegally into Zona some time ago that Stanislas county sheriff Adam christianson authorities believe area who had two previous drunk driving arrests was trying to get back to his native Mexico. The officer killed were Neil sing was conducting a DUI investigation when he was. Cut down his brother became emotional SE. Thank law enforcement waiting for. Steve futterman. CBS news, Los Angeles. President Trump is not only demanding money for the border wall. He's now promising to seal off the US Mexico border. If he does not get the cash. This is part of the reason we've been under a partial government shutdown now in today's seven over funding. CBS correspondent Steve Dorsey has more from Washington. Oh twitter. President Trump threatened to close the southern border unless he gets money to build a wall on CBS this morning. White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, saying congressional Democrats or even at the bargaining table as the partial government shutdown continues. Nobody wants the government to be closed. That's why we're asking Democrats to sit down and negotiate the funding fight now teed up for when a new divided congress. Convenes January third Steve Dorsey CBS news, the White House, some eight hundred thousand federal workers, wait to get paid. Again. The agency that. Overseas. Those workers is offering some advice officer personnel management put up sample letters that furloughed workers consent to their landlords in case. They can't make rent payments on time. One of the letters suggest workers could try and do things like painting or making some repairs in exchange for money. Bartering? Opium also said for any other issues quote consult with your personal attorney homeland security secretary accused Nielsen paid a visit to a immigration facility in El Paso along the border. It was the same facility where an eight year old Guatemalan boy was detained with his father before dying in government custody. This is Janet sham. Leeann in El Paso, Texas secretary Nielsen is going to be touring two facilities one here in El Paso and another one in Yuma. Arizona she has specifically asked to see the medical examinations that are taking place for children under the age of ten. She'll be making those visits both today and tomorrow. Nielsen call the recent deaths of the eight-year-old boy deeply concerning and heartbreaking.

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"john mcevoy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"john mcevoy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Stay informed. Stay connected. Depend on WCBS evening. I'm Kevin ring cone. Three things to know at seven fifteen one. President Trump is threatening to close the southern border entirely of congress does not approve billions for the ball without a new spending Bill the government shutdown. We'll continue to House Democrats say they will not see North Carolina Republican, Mark Harris. Incoming majority leader Steny Hoyer says the decision is based on the well documented election fraud that took place in the district and three the massive flash of blue light that lit the sky over the city for several minutes. Last night was the result of an electrical arc flash. Con. Ed CEO John McEvoy explained what happened. There was a significant system disturbance of voltage fluctuation an appointment at those facilities sore that as a fault, and they opened up and basically wouldn't needed to be done was to reset that equipment. So the fact that the supplies remained intact was a big part of why we were able to re to recover the system as quickly as possible. The system is now essentially in a normal position now. So those significant issues related to reliability and the the investigation and the corrective actions to restore the equipment to service something that will likely take another week or so the high voltage equipment failure happened at a substation in a store, you the arc flash is said to be like a bolt of lightning except this one shot up some twenty feet into the air. The oldest man in America has died. World War Two veteran. Richard Overton of Austin, Texas. He was one hundred twelve years old. I TV reporter a wall McAfee born with more on this at a birthday party. He shared with us his secret to longevity. I used to dre alone down always drank a little bit. Add cabinet. So.

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"john mcevoy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"john mcevoy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Custody wwe jay's rhonda we will have more on these new developments in a live and local report after cbs news at seven o'clock sub tropical storm alburto is heading toward the northern gulf coast and is expected to make landfall sometime today the atlantic hurricane season does not officially start until friday but don't tell alburto that he's not waiting becoming the first named storm this year the national hurricane center in miami has bertaux centered about one hundred twenty five miles south of destin wwe news time six fifty three here's john mcevoy's automotive insight people scoffed at the idea that atanas passenger drones would whatever catch on but now even porsche says it wants to get in on the action with automotive insight object mcelroy passenger drones could be the ultimate solution to areas with bad traffic you could fly right over it the idea is to make these drones electric so they're quiet and autonomous so you don't need a driver's license now porsche just announced it is interested in developing its own passenger drawn and it's not the only automaker dime were invested in german drone company called follow copter the chinese automaker geely bought the american drone company tariff fuji and ito design which is owned by volkswagen is designing a passenger drought with airbus the first test of these drones will start in about two years and are expected to become quite common in about a decade and that's why more and more automakers are starting to get interested with automotive insight i'm john mcelroy when you're hiring you don't want to sort through dozens of irrelevant resumes you wanted.

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New York governor requests to exclude state from offshore drilling...

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:20 min | 2 years ago

New York governor requests to exclude state from offshore drilling...

"Shoppers con adds says the time line for restoring customers power their depends on what storm knocked it out most of those affected are in new york state ceo john mcevoy says the utility here's the concerns of those affected loud and clear we will fully ensure that we learn everything we we can from that and at some point every somebody is going to be accountable for for running missus them the utility says it has 2000 workers laboring around the clock officials say the high number of down trees has made repair work especially challenging those who've been in the dark since the first nor'easter are expected to be brought back on line by tomorrow night governor andrew cuomo of new york has requesting that his state be excluded from a new federal offshore oil drilling plan cbs says offshore drilling is dangerous president trumps proposal will open up almost all federal coastal waters for drillings to become more competitive with energy offshore drilling is a really really dumb idea because governor cuomo says this new federal plan only increases the chances of another disaster taking place the democrat pointed to dozens of oil spills and accidents over the last few decades now the state's attorney general he promises legal action if new york waters are not exempt scott pringle new york group supporting and opposing the northern pass hydropower project in new hampshire file statements in advance of the committee's meeting next week on whether it should really hear the project the side evaluation committee is scheduled to deliberate monday on ever sources request for a rehearing the committee rejected the project last month over concerns about potential negative impact the one point six billion dollar project would deliver hydropower from canada to customers in southern new england through the one hunt throw one hundred ninety two mile transmission line in the state of new hampshire ford is launching a driving school in saudi arabia for women who will soon get the right to drive it's called the fords driving skills for life for her program according to a royal decree the arab nations ban on female drivers has to be lifted before june 24th two thousand eighteen giving women the right to get behind the wheel for the first time in decades.

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"john mcevoy" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"john mcevoy" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Wins news time nine forty three westchester county executive george latimer says he is not letting up he once heads to roll at khan add over the fact that there are still customers out from the nor'easter a week ago that of her says top executives had khanna added nice said should have been on the ground in westchester i don't right from their salaries this salaries of multiple millions of dollars i don't resent that they're paid for that but i expected to do that job and that job require him to be here in westchester county this last week that they were not khan ed ceo john mcevoy says his cruise happen out but the first order of business in many places was dealing with fallen trees which blocked many roads those world closures our joint responsibility of the municipalities and our company they take the trees down we have to be there to move the wires so when we moved into recovery on thursday we had to dedicate some cruised to make sure that we got the roads clear mcevoy says his priority right now is getting the power back on giving a cuomo says times of change that intense storms happen more frequently these days had that utility companies need to adapt he has ordered a review of how utilities responded to the recent storm so has new jersey governor phil murphy accu weather by the way tracking a storm system that could affect us on monday and tuesday but it's too early to say at this point and amtrak train struck and killed a man of the tracks near the secaucus junction station early friday morning causing heavy delays for new jersey transit train travelling between newark penn station.

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"john mcevoy" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"john mcevoy" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Customers in the tristate area remain without power tonight after the one two nor'easter ponge carnage chair john mcevoy says they're working to get the lights back on for about ten thousand customers in westchester we have more crews coming in every day now so in addition to the two thousand workers we have out there now adding to that workforce with mutual aid support from other utilities and people from outside our area and we will continue to stay focused on the safe untimely restoration of those customers until the less customers restored by patience is wearing thin with some he was flanked by dozens of local elected officials all supporting westchester county executive george latimer as he demands that topkhana it in executives resign calling for them to step down on police senior management team a week since the first nor'easter and the wire still hang from a pole at the bottom of hallendale avenue a north castle off the hill josephine is fed up still don't have any town houses getting colby had no hot water officials say the utilities failed in both their response and in their communications with customers rogers stern tent and wins in white plains some thirteen thousand customers in rachlin in orange county also aim for their power to be restored across the hudson jcp nl has sixty three thousand customers without power pse g twenty one thousand wins news time eight forty four the starlight lounge presents an evening with the progressive bogs i took a bit of a risk seeing in that zone but.

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New York governor requests to exclude state from offshore drilling...

24 Hour News

01:44 min | 2 years ago

New York governor requests to exclude state from offshore drilling...

"And nice egg including the resignations of the top executive when cleaning when i'm out of pleader i always request nicely but i'm not treating i wanna see change in the corporate boardroom because there was failure on the streets of this and someone is going to be accountable for a con edison held a news conference of his own our samantha leave and was there speaking in the middle of khan it's emergency response centre chairman and ceo john mcevoy says by tuesday they had met their goal of restoring ninety percent of customers from last friday stormed but it was like starting over after wednesday lodge limbs came down many trees completely uprooted and the result of that is the we're not just repairing our system in many cases were actually rebuilding it as for calls for an investigation and demands for executives to resign mcevoy says he can't be concerned with that at the moment we are folk right now on this safe and timely restoration of power for our customers that is job one and that is what we are focusing on going forward when we are done with that we will do a complete assessment samantha beep intenton weeds econet headquarters wins news time 143 governor cuomo today came out in opposition to a trump administration plan to expand offshore drilling for oil and gas interior secretary ryan zinke announced the policy back in january governor cuomo says the threat to the environment is obvious comment two secretaries zinke my personal comment is going to be that offshore drilling is a really really dumb idea that's my professional according to the natural resources defense council more than one hundred seventy east coast municipalities are opposed to the trump administration plan wins news time.

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"john mcevoy" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"john mcevoy" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Areas that got hit hard by the last storm ten ten when's reporter aljosa owns is is is in one of those areas in westchester county and joins us live with the latest from there i'll stop one your pockets in west chester were power has not been restored from friday storm east burt street here in mount vernon is one of them between graviton and west chester rab there's no power i'm a whole block berry as a tree on his house no power but he's more concerned with the six dory building next door like this building for instance on there's a lot of elderly people there and i think they they should get some kind of consideration now the con map says restoration will be late friday night concern here though that is the new outages pile up they're going to go to the end of the list con add ceo john mcevoy address that yesterday of the people who we may now through the second nor'easter they will not go to the back at all i and other snow picking up now as are the wins conditions deteriorating it's only going to get worse now john's ten can wins in white in mount vernon army also did check in with pseg long island to see what the situation is there as far as outages right now so far so good according to spokeswoman brooke houston grin glen restoring power in mid nice um the from the start of got past the fact weekend we have fall customers restored on monday and we will continue to respond to you i just as they come at the other issue were watching closely is will do storming any reduction in mta service so far the answer is no in that is great news for those of us who want to stay off the roads and rely on mass transit reporting live sonia rincon ten ten wins news we invite you to stay would simpson wins throughout.

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"john mcevoy" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"john mcevoy" Discussed on 710 WOR

"A state of emergency and he's warning the storm could caused power outages it has the potential to once again knockout power including to those residents who just experienced outages stemming from the weekend nor'easter he is urging people to stay off the roads today ed facing criticism as more than eighteen thousand of their customers are still in the dark from friday's nor'easter they kinda chairman john mcevoy says it has been a tough stormed to deal with a heavy wet snow very high winds prolonged wins as high as seventy miles an hour and the third thing a very saturated ground as a result of the all of the precipitation put all those three things together and we ended up seeing tremendous tree damage people without power don't want to hear any of those excuses and they are getting very frustrated because a lot of them still do not have it there was one guy was yelling he said they told me i get a bag by march ninth that's two days from news now may i imagine that president trump losing another member of his inner circle chief economic adviser gary cohn announced his resignation stepping aside after losing the band with the president over tariffs he was opposed them stock futures sharply lower this morning all is happening after the market close yesterday uh push for charges against that driver involved in the brooklyn accident that killed two young children dorsey bronze behind the wheel despite being ticketed four times for running red lights and other four times for speeding inist school zone in addition that she had numerous medical problems heart issues them a seizures and things like that the a lot of people say she should not have been behind the wheel of a car a lot of.

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Top Emirates adviser cooperating with Mueller: Report

This Morning with Gordon Deal

02:08 min | 2 years ago

Top Emirates adviser cooperating with Mueller: Report

"Were assigned either uptempo music or no music during their stress tests those listening to music were able to exercise for an average of one minute longer eight minutes now in front of the hour on this morning jennifer kushinka is back with more of america's first news put an economic nationalists appeared to gain the upper hand in a white house battle over trade with the resignation of president trump's top economic advisor gary cohn cone did not spell out the reasons for his resignation buddy had opposed trump's tariffs threat trump meanwhile doubled down on plans to impose hefty tariffs on steel and aluminum imports the european union has been particularly tough on the united states they make it almost impossible for us to do business with them and yet they send their cars and everything else back into the united states other measures on their own are relatively small economists fear the tariffs could lead to a fullscale economic confrontation with china and other snowy blow he nor'easter is threatening a new round of power outages as it swirls ursu are causing officials to close schools and city offices and raising concerns for utility customer still trying to bounce back from a nor'easter last weekend conrad ceo john mcevoy but we'll have both the slow response to the remaining outages and in all likelihood some new outages that will have to be addressing his as well the national weather service has issued a winter storm warning that stretches from eastern pennsylvania through most of new england at top advisor to the united arab emirates who was present at meetings with trump associates is cooperating with special counsel robert muller's investigation the new york times reports that the adviser lebaneseamerican businessman george neater testified before a grand jury last week muller's interested in whether neither funneled money from the emirates towards donald trump's presidential endeavours providing are accepting any contribution from foreign entities in us elections is illegal proponents of selfdriving cars say they will one day be safer than ones driven by humans but right now they're apparently not safe from humans companies testing economists cars on california roads are required to file reports on all accidents to the state dmv according to the los angeles times two out of.

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"john mcevoy" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"john mcevoy" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Used mass transit if he can julia poppa ten ten wins at the sanitation sought depot triggered mass transit into your germans you're low doses severe weather may in fact the savoy baltimore we will saw me to end express service early tomorrow afternoon or evening in order to store trains underground on the express articulated nca buses would be taken off the road for have some some manhattan crosstown routes wins news time 1054 jersey governor phil murphy declared state of emergency which is down effect ahead of the store and please do not onto the roads during the storm we ask you to stay home so that road crews whether they be state county or local can attend to their duties jcp and also has about thirty thousand customers out of service from the last dohrn con edison says about twenty two thousand power customers mostly in westchester remain in the dark this morning governor cuomo calling on the public service commission to investigate utility response to that storm they have to do a better job in my opinion dan they have been doing i don't want to get ahead of the psc commission review but i don't think they're doing enough fast enough chairman john mcevoy response to the criticism and customer frustration we get it we understand the tremendous disruption that this has on people's lives and we're doing everything possible to accelerate the recovery safely and we will not stop that commitment 247 until the less customers restore cohen our as cut its affected customers down to fewer than three thousand wins news time 106 now the official tents and winds accuweather 4day forecast cloudy with some wants no early this morning mixing with rain in spots in western suburbs could have associate inch or so by dave rate low thirty four in the town later today into this evening snow heavy at times mixed with rain at the jersey shore and long island later today into this.

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"john mcevoy" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"john mcevoy" Discussed on WINS 1010

"To last for the next few hours me slushie andrew so by daybreak especially in some of the suburbs as temperatures dropped police close to the freezing mark and then later this morning probably around eight nine ten o'clock has won the heaviest snow is going to start to get rolling and that will continue in the afternoon that's the most nosing to become a downer to enter to an hour travel be very treacherous visibility very core as well and thanks go downhill very quickly this morning may not be all that bad around five or six on the roads and then as soon as that heavy snow starts falling it to give very slippery very quickly six to twelve inches of snow expected from the city on north west with some locally higher ammounced less than six inches for central and eastern long island down the jersey shore where some rain has gotta mix in paul meteorologist brian thompson the city has been gearing up storm prep by the numbers sanitation commissioner catherine garcia's stood admits the mighty trucks in piles that are ready to hit the streets we will have over six hundred ninety three spreaders of vailable at the first snowflake and then we will add to that in additional 1600 plaza she says salt spreaders will head out early and will cho hilly areas this could be a heavy wet snow which causes its own set of problems she asks homeowners in businesses to shovel the front of their buildings and she says you can track plows in your neighborhood on the map which will be up and running in the morning julia populated ten ten wins at the sanitation depot on spring street terms of thousands of customers are still without power from the storm last week tracer no storm of criticism from thousands of customers who were still without power potted ceo john mcevoy insists mistakes were not made.

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"john mcevoy" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"john mcevoy" Discussed on WINS 1010

"The office of emergency management says we won't have the wins that wreaked havoc last week that was the big factor the full moon the winds tore judge ruled what caused the problem for the trees unaccounted shoes the winds will only going to be thirty only twenty five thirty would the forty last week there were sixty gush up to six and shuttle for when the be less of an issue this time but he says this is going to be a heavy wet snow which could cause its own set of problems and it could fall fast with quick accumulation he says used mass transit if he can chillier poppa ten ten wins at the sanitation sought power we are also expecting some power outages as well as about twenty eight thousand con customers remained without any jews that guy governor cuomo all wild up today on a conference call lasting utility folks what kind of haircut is that day after do a better job in my opinion than they have been doing i don't want to get ahead of the psg commission review but i don't think they're doing enough cast enough the boss down at khan it says they're expecting to have most people back in service by the time the storm hits chairman john mcevoy says we feel you i trying we understand the very significant nature of the length of these outages on the customers especially those that continue to be without power we are using all of our corporate resources to ensure that we restore them safely and as rapidly as possible in time the public service commission is looking into the governor's beef and in new jersey governor phil murphy declared a state of emergency effective at eight o'clock tonight this is his first big snow of and since taking office gas stations up and down our turnpike in parkway are loaded up to the brim food supplies are high in case folks need to get pulled over and or refuelled has some forty thousand new jersey utility customers are still without power from last weekend as well we invite you to stay wit's end to end winds for the latest from accu weather as we take a one another nor easter forty three degrees right now in central park we're going down to thirty four tonight wins news time 506 in other news on this tuesday.

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"john mcevoy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"john mcevoy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"On newsradio nine fifty in troubled you wgn the morning thank you for joining us i'm roberta just say that i'm tom jordan these are the top stories have 633 investors anxious to learn of wall street worries we'll continue today the dow plunged 1100 seventy points yesterday you're racing the gains for the year here's our senator murray felt wall street and main street don't go on the same direction on main street we had a very good and strong jobs report on wall street they look at that and what they see is it may mean higher interest rates because the economy is doing so well those higher interest rates and the fear that at would continue is what started bring the market down on friday and it continued to this week and experts say context matters the stock market drop is less gary than it seems we'll check your money a hat here's john mcevoy for a look at automotive insight sales of trucks are booming in the american market and that's both good news and bad for the car companies without about of insight i'm john mcelroy it is the most significant shift in the history of the automotive industry sales of passenger cars keep cratering as more americans turn to trucks instead now keep in mind that the truck sac meant includes crossovers suvs and vans not just pickups last month sixty eight point eight percent of all the vehicles sold were trucks and in all probability the truck segment we'll hit seventy percent sometime this year the good news is that automakers make more money on trucks than they do on passenger cars but there is a downside to when the government.

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"john mcevoy" Discussed on Mighty 1090 AM

Mighty 1090 AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"john mcevoy" Discussed on Mighty 1090 AM

"Then like vines if our aid so i'm not going to do this by our grown off on fema nonsense life walls are seen our souls ask you could i was born into that seoul and and that was me the old john mcevoy what was the join us what are we bought the kid to believe that lie anyone in the forest he was again shift um now a con a read on they won by beefing um i put myself in that situation r's in prison because of the things are i it it wasn't them put him in and they didn't just kid main street mean that's another reason why was in that world and not just to play bought it what was not just in my mind above all know i was i i can i was different passer so when i look at the y urine you're you're sitting rowing wreckers between two thousand ten two thousand twelve and then two thousand twelve you do londontobrighton 100 and ten k ultramarathon finish eighteen i'm guessing all of this stuff after being in prison must have been like a holiday when people say all these events are tough you're like wait a second i'm outside i'm on a trail or i'm on a road breathing air nobody he's got me in chains this is this is freedom i bet you've hour traffic in particular i was still in prison when i think that really that abu ali's in the prison than the big as they did in prison offices a dead they cause advocaat normally does people to work in the gym imprison normally you end up finding that nobody like exservicemen's on he is they had nobody can fine i was on the pj's in a naive eight um and it was a that was at.

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