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"john trout" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"John Trout negotiations remain at an impasse over a corona virus stimulus deal between the White House and top congressional Democrats. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, the chief negotiator for the Democrats, and Republicans aren't concerned about average Americans sitting around the kitchen table. They're concerned about corporate executives sitting around the boardroom table. Perhaps you mistook them for somebody who gave a damn. That isn't the case. In fact, says Speaker Pelosi, Republicans offered a bill that proves that Bill, she says that doesn't even begin to meet the needs of the American people. So for the time being, the impasse stands until such time, says Pelosi, as the White House agrees to take the bold steps necessary to confront the Corona virus head on. Linda Canyon. Washington, Iran and Turkey are lashing out at their regional rival, the United Arab Emirates over its decision to normalize diplomatic relations with Israel, accusing it of betraying the Palestinian cause. Democratic nominee Joe by not wearing one says everyone should wear a mask. President Trump says he won't consider a national mandate. The president came late to religion on mask wearing bowing to pressure from Capitol Hill Republicans and the experts. He had around him. Even now he is ensure about their efficacy. Maybe they're great. And maybe they're just good. Maybe they're not so good, huh? What do you have to lose its his message to a nation were wearing a face mask has become a political statement and a battle of personal rights versus civic duties from the former vice president. Be a patriot. Protect.
Schumer calls on McConnell to schedule vote on police reform
"And address systemic racism in America the Senate's top Democrat Chuck Schumer says the justice in policing act introduced in the house this week is the best solution to reform the criminal justice system if we pursue this bill the public's on our side and we will do very well but Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says Republicans are devising their own bill led by the only black Republican in the U. S. Senate how does senator Tim Scott to lead a group that is working on a proposal the congressional black caucus led the effort behind the house bill Linda Kenyon Washington the democratic Senate primary in Georgia too early to call in the state candidates must win with more than fifty percent of the vote to avoid a runoff voters reported long lines I'm John trout protests
"john trout" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Bizarre and as I was telling you earlier and I got to find it I gotta find were were they headed to in in city pals brief word she actually uses his own words against him here's your forecast we'll see a good amount of showers today along I. twenty nine along I. thirty five north and south from the Dakotas to Texas heavy showers continue and these heavy showers are persisting in the Carolinas up through northern Virginia portions of eastern West Virginia and southwestern Pennsylvania it's very hilly terrain so we'll get a lot of mountain run off and for the next couple days you can expect some of the low lying counties in that region to encourage some flash flooding the northeast from the Jersey shore up through Maine will be dry the desert southwest is clear plenty of high pressure in place over California and as you get into the Pacific Northwest today for the higher elevations were still looking at snow in the I. ninety and I. fifteen region between Montana and Idaho heavy snows in the mountains your national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout your forecast is brought to you by the truck smart mobile lab from travel centers of America download trucks more today when you need it he's talking twenty W. W. B. eighteen dot com special report from the virus update president trump making fresh threats Thursday to withhold federal funds from Michigan if they move forward with a mail in voting plan public and governor of Ohio Mike.
"john trout" Discussed on KOMO
"After the hour I'm John trout recent booking show more passengers are scheduling flights on U. S. airlines than in recent weeks let's get this update from correspondent Clayton Neville some US airlines beginning to see a slight uptick in demand amid the corona virus pandemic after months of empty airports in grounded planes Southwest Airlines says new bookings are outpacing cancellation so for this month but according to CEO Gary Kelly there's still a long way to go and while I'm confident that no other airline was better prepared for this impact of this crisis in southwest realistically we can't expect that things are going to be back to normal in six or even twelve months no timeline for the economy and turn the airline industry to bounce back we know it took years after nine eleven and this is far worse Kelly telling southwest employees this month that tough decisions are ahead no that we're taking every action possible to protect the southwest family and jobs but remember the imperative here is to ensure our company's survival without that there are no jobs United Airlines also reporting a moderate improvement in demand for June and delta seeing a small rise in demand these travelers say they believe more people will start to fly again as the summer and vacation time arrives and as restrictions across the country are loosened I think at this point people are able to make their decision on what they want to do if you want to stay home I think you should stay home if you want to go out going to go out we know the risks now we'll get back to work sooner than later all over the place it's gonna be a longer lasting negative effects despite the recent uptick in travelers industry leaders say air travel demand is still down more than ninety two percent compared to this month last.
"john trout" Discussed on KGO 810
"Congress reacts on John trout wash your hands with either disinfectant or with soap and water for at least twenty seconds let me say again as we've said before there's no need for Americans to buy mask vice president Mike pence as Americans risk of contracting coronavirus remains low one hundred fifty nine cases confirmed eleven have died in the U. S. from the virus congressional leaders agree on an eight point three billion dollar bill to battle cove it nineteen Kay Granger the ranking Republican on the house Appropriations Committee says this bill is a good one I urge all of my colleagues to join me in voting for the measure four hundred fifteen members the house agreed when they voted to support the bill Granger says here's what it does the bill includes funds for the development of broadly available testing kits to diagnose those who may be infected medicines to minimize the symptoms of the disease and vaccines were banned it spread the bill now goes to the Senate which plans to pass it in the next couple of days Linda Kenyon Washington flights within the country are being scaled back by at least one U. S. air carrier this is the first set of cuts made to a US flight schedule United will cut flights in the United States and Canada by ten percent an overseas flight by a total of twenty percent in April and that's not all United also looking at more domestic and international cuts in may United coronavirus cuts will also include a hiring freeze voluntary unpaid leave of absences or reduced schedule for U. S. employees and a delay of scheduled pay raises for management the changes are likely to be followed by similar moves in other airlines which are facing the biggest demand shocks since the financial crisis Jeff McKay Washington virus field swings around the world's markets extend into a third week Asian shares advanced today on Wall Street Thursday the Dow soared more than one thousand.
"john trout" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"See we got a report from John trout this is joining us live we have one okay all right now we have this in fact he submitted this report just a little while ago here's meteorologist John trout social media including the National Weather Service Nashville's Twitter feed are indicating a probable tornado has passed just north of the downtown Nashville Tennessee area there have been watches and warnings posted for the region throughout the overnight hours as a line of thunderstorms moves through the southern US this morning and we can look for more potential tornadoes and severe weather to erupt throughout the day for Alabama the lower Tennessee valley and portions of the western Carolinas I'm meteorologist John trout thanks so much John several buildings were hit with Jefferson St Rosa Parks Boulevard are closed cover with debris and damage just north of downtown Nashville that later so again channel five their news channel five there and natural reporting damage in many areas so you'll want to avoid that area this morning C. as redeye radio on Westwood One this outdoors HD TV you can keep you entertained in the comfort of your cab find out more dish outdoors dot com slash trucking call eight hundred nine seven zero ninety eight thirty three when your rig is responsible for your livelihood it needs to be highway ready at all times mystic is ready to ride with you our oils and greases are tested in the world's toughest conditions far beyond industry standards so far that you'll see savings of up to three percent on fuel and lubricant that's a promise back by our guaranteed efficiency program if you don't see savings will refund your money ask your local retailer for mystic or visit mystic loops dot com today that's M. Y..
"john trout" Discussed on KOMO
"In the morning I'm John trout in a typical election year this close to the Iowa caucuses presidential candidates would be tripping over each other as they make their way across the Hawkeye state but this is anything but typical year correspondent Steve cast in brown has more with just a few days to go some of the candidates are pulling out the stops hoping to make a big splash in Iowa come Monday and stand out in the crowded field of candidates the campaign trail took former vice president Joe Biden to Waukee Iowa Thursday November America will have a chance to answer the question does the character of a president matter yes or no dishes made a stop at the core Iowa where he took aim at senator Bernie Sanders then I hear senator Sanders calling for a kind of politics is says you got to go all the way here and nothing else comes and it's coming at the very moment when we actually have a historic majority not just a line around what is were against but agreeing on what it is we're for but Sanders was not able to respond in kind in Iowa the senators were running for the democratic party's nomination I haven't been able to get out to see the voters much they've been stuck in DC required to be part of the jury and president trump's impeachment trial with a very robust campaign operation in Iowa and enthusiastic supporters ready to caucus for him senator Sanders on the surface seem comfortable remaining at the capitol this week I have to be here I will be doing my job when the impeachment trial ended early one day senator clover shark medially flew out to Iowa and they go well we're done like I'm going to council bluffs well senator Warren phoned into a tele town hall I wish we were doing an in person hello hall by Paul this is the best we can get since they couldn't be there in person the senators got there Sir gets out to campaign stops across Iowa voters in the state had mixed reactions to that this week here in Iowa we like to meet.
"john trout" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"John trout this is America in the morning you won't be seeing Russian teams and athletes on the field of play at international competitions the world body that combats the use of performance enhancing drugs has barred Russia from international competitions for a while Steve cast inbound reports rushes problem with athletes doping goes back several years in twenty sixteen some Russian athletes were not allowed to participate in the Rio Olympics because of a government sponsored doping program in twenty eighteen the international Olympic committee did not allow Russia to be represented by a national team during the winter games in South Korea but Russian athletes who did not have passed doping infractions were allowed to compete as individual competitors despite ongoing investigations into rushes doping programme IOC chairman Thomas Bach announced that the twenty eighteen games to Olympic athletes from Russia phase dole being test here in town charm well now the world doping agency has ruled that Russia cannot participate in international competitions for four years because that country's anti doping agency did not fully comply with the international investigation it means Russia will not be able to participate in the twenty twenty Summer Games in Tokyo FIFA's World Cup and other major competitions Russia's prime minister Dmitry Medvedev responded to the ruling that is a shrewd pressuring you he said the decision was repetitive that excited athletes who had already been punished Medvedev said anti Russian hysteria have become a chronic disease here's rushes sports agencies to file an appeal they had twenty one days to do so I'm Steve Castin bow in sports Major League Baseball World Series MVP Stephen Strasberg will remain playing with the Washington nationals general manager Mike Rizzo on his team's ace pitcher he's a player near and dear to my heart traffic sign developed turn into a super star right before our eyes with Washington on the front of his on the front of his chest so we couldn't be happier that we signed him long term he's a wonderful person a wonderful player and in a true champion Strasbourg has agreed to a record two hundred forty five million dollars seven year contract nineteen past millennials brace re gifting when American morning returns after these messages.
From Explicit to Implicit: When Our Mental Energy is Wasted
"In the last couple of episodes of developer team we've been talking about taking some of the implicit systems uh-huh that our brain tries to give us as a favor and moving them to be more explicit asking our brains to do a little bit more work and the idea here being that some of these implicit systems. We don't really want to shortcut on in today's episode. We're going to talk about the other direction. Sometimes we we do spend the extra energy that we don't necessarily need to spend some things that we can offload to are more implicit the systems my name's John Trout you're listening to developer tea and my goal in the show is to help driven developers like you find clarity perspective and purpose their careers. So what kinds of systems do we often treat as explicit that we could treat more are implicitly and how can we support ourselves because so much of the implicit things that we do our brains kind of automatically did did for us. So how can we trigger that automatic process well interestingly. We can't necessarily trigger the automatic process. Our brain does that optimization for us and sometimes it's wrong and sometimes it's right but we can build systems and these systems can help nudge nudge things more towards implicit so in today's episode. I WANNA give you two systems that I believe you can make more implicit and find some value out of the first one really straightforward. It's email email takes a lot of our time and it takes a lot of effort to manage that is if you treat it like most people treat it. Email is an always on mechanism. It's something that we check multiple times per day sometimes multiple times per hour and we also have a set of expectations around how quickly we should react actor respond to a given email as sometimes these expectations are set out by our company our employer sometimes those expectations things are set out by some kind of service level agreement for example but most of the time we have a lot of flexibility in how we respond bond and when we respond to emails and perhaps more importantly we have the opportunity to set our own reading reading time win. Do you consume your emails. This is a question that I want you to ponder to consider. Do you consume your e mails males constantly. Do you check your email right. When you wake up orb before you go to bed. Are there times where you check your email all multiple times. Perhaps without any new emails coming in if you're like most people who work in some kind of technical field the answer to all of these travel yes or often these are very common behaviors around email and unfortunately they're also not very productive burnout very valuable as it turns out email can be addictive because with email. We often get news. We get information mation sometimes really valuable information information that we appreciate that were excited about but most of the time we don't get really much out of email at all and so in many ways we have adapted to email as a sort of slot machine most of the time we don't win but the the few times that we have one is enough. It's enough to keep us coming back. Instill pulling down that lever. The problem is with slot machines well. The House is rigged to win in other words. They're going to cost you more in the long run than you can actually make it's the only way hey that slot machines would be viable but when we treat email as a slot machine really nobody wins. This is problematic because it takes away are are incredibly valuable resource of time so my tactical recommendation here is to view your email as something that you can put on a calendar like any other event imagine having a meeting with your inbox. I highly recommend that you try to limit the number of notifications that you receive on your phone in general but certainly limit the notifications that you receive from emails if you are a manager or if you somehow kind of direct the policy of a given company encourage you to tell your employees that their e mail is not something that has to the always be on much of the wasted energy that we spend in a given day is just managing our in boxes.
"john trout" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Seaboard from the Carolinas to Florida expect store shelves to be scarce with SS cities like water batteries Sam the bare essentials for the rest of the nation this weekend cooler air out of Canada into the northern and central plains as well as the Great Lakes and portions of the northeast now the dividing line between the cooler and the warmer air is right around the Ohio valley extending over towards Nebraska and Colorado with the potential for heavy down pour there today your national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout news break and this is the Palm Beach is only source for breaking news news talking fifty W. F. T. L. stay connected everyone enough five six one knows W. P. B. stands for west Palm Beach but did you also know that W. P. MI stands for that's right and everyone knows where it is what matters by night every Thursday the fun starts at six PM so bring the whole family for me some friends to enjoy the free concert on the west Palm Beach waterfront managed by night W. B. B. dot org slash events for details powered by the Palm Beach post the latest on hurricane Dorian is that it remains a powerful category four storm with winds at a frightening hundred and forty miles an hour but new store models came in overnight and there's a chance the Dorian does not make landfall in Florida instead it will make a sharp turn to the north some time on Monday night or Tuesday in the parallel the coast with the worst of the winds possibly not making it a land ABC's Alex stone in plantation Florida outside fort Lauderdale right now there are still so many unknowns I haven't seen anybody actually boarding up but people have stocked up on plywood and bottled water.
"john trout" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"America in the morning I'm John trout let's go back to corresponded Cheryl white in cocoa beach Florida and Cheryl I hope this is not a sign of things to come in losing communications you're in an area where there's a state of emergency in affect our the locals responding well here it yesterday they had the the sandbags centers open all across Brevard county which is where cocoa beach is and there were some residents who sat in line for hours and hours they did the best they could to fill those bags but some of the locations just had the clothes they ran out of band the demand was so high we're starting to see why would go outside corrugated steel in front of some of that building to cheer the Florida National Guard has been activated we're on high alert now a couple years back there was bumper to bumper traffic on ninety five and seventy five getting out of the area several nursing home residents died there facility was without power there was in fact some arrests in that case made just this week our our people you're discussing things with there are they are they truly mindful of the past are they trying to avoid those sort of things again as this hurricane now approaches you know where John eight eight next because many of the people that I spoke with yesterday at that was up at the local supermarket checking on the availability of supplies that and the shell yeah and in the morning by the way shells were full no problem I took another walk up late afternoon and a lot of the water was gone many of their jobs were empty batteries history forget about that though things were going very quickly I was talking to a lot of people who said they were going to stay ride it out but of course that was before which sets or cancer to be a strong storm I I in terms of being a category four so I don't know if they may be changing their mind but others I spoke with Vic you that I'm leading now there's no mandatory evacuation yet I'm not waiting for that I'm leaving Cheryl white from cocoa beach Florida it's eighteen fast when American.
Trump threatens more China tariffs and attacks Democrats at Ohio rally
"A rally fuzzy resume I'm John trout hello Cincinnati president trump held a make America great rally in Ohio's queen city he referenced Wednesday night's democratic presidential debates the Democrats spent more time attacking Barack Obama then they did attacking me practically trump is touting his trade policies with China after announcing that he would impose a ten percent tariff on the remaining three hundred billion in Chinese imports he hasn't already taxed to go into effect September first economic studies show that American consumers not foreign exporters are bearing the weight of the terrorists if they don't want to trade with us anymore that would be fine with me democratic Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer echoed the president's sentiments you have to be really tough on China for taking advantage of us America has lost millions of dollars and millions of jobs I'm Reid
"john trout" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Other day. Day. They, they bring up the fact. Well, there doesn't have to be there doesn't have to be an underlying crime. Nobody ever said that. All right here. Let's get an update from meteorologist, John trout on the deadly tornadoes, late Wednesday into early Thursday. We have reports of a tornado that hit Jefferson City, Missouri. We have meteorologist, Liz Lightman from the storm prediction center to tell us more tornado move through parts of Jefferson City, Missouri. Pretty extensive damage to houses. The school is apparently. Damaged trees powerlines or down. I haven't heard anything as far as Halliday's, but it looks like the Missouri highway patrol did report multiple injuries, Missouri. Particularly hard hit yesterday late into the evening. What about Joplin? What have you heard about the tornado that may have gone through that region at believing golden city, we did have some fatalities circle damage in, in both locations, and it looks like a pretty extensive large tornado. There's a little there's meteorologist Liz Lightman for Red Eye Radio. I'm meteorologist, John trout. There's a threat targeting America. Lyme disease spread by tiny tics, this dangerous disease can cause life-changing health problems and is now more wide-spread than West Nile, tuberculosis HIV aids.
Jeff Bezos unveils mock-up of Blue Origin's lunar lander Blue Moon T
"Amazon founder Jeff Bezos unveiled the vehicle that he hopes will take astronauts there something Jeff bass owes pulled back the curtain in ballroom in Washington DC and unveil the project that had its Genesis in his dreams of colonizing outer space back when he was in high school. This is blue moon. We've been working on this Lander for three years. It was a life size mockup of two story tall moon. Lander that is company blue origin is working on very largely under. It'll soft land precise way three point six metric tonnes onto the lunar surface. Nasa wants to get back to the moon and Jeff basis wants his company to be the one that fulfils the mission in what was part sales pitch basis talked about the future of space saying that infrastructure, they'll build now will ultimately lead to future generations living and working in outer space, not by the millions or billions, but as many as a trillion people some day in basis vision after showing video of the first moon landing that served as his inspiration. He then played a simulation of his spacecraft landing
Health Commissioner Issues New Order re: Measles Outbreak
"Despite a significant increase in the number of people being vaccinated for measles over the past few weeks, public health officials say they haven't seen a slowing of the measles outbreak in New York's Rockland county, eighty six cases of confirm measles in Rockland county with many more that are unreported at this time that's county health Commissioner, Dr Patricia Scharnagl ruptured. Individuals are required to cooperate with Rothen county department of health public health. Authorities by providing information regarding details of one's illness exposures and contexts county executive Ed day said they have to take further action twenty-ninth week fighting these outright here in rocklin the longest lasting current outbreak in tire nation. So they've. Issued a new order that impacts adults and children who have confirmed cases of measles, and anyone who has come into contact with them this excludes the individual who has the measles to remain home until no longer infectious. It also requires those exposed to measles to excluded from indoor and outdoor places of public assembly. Located in Rockland county for a specified period of time from the date of the order if they violate the order and show up anywhere that the public gathers. They'll be subject to a fine of two thousand dollars for each incident despite our best efforts. This outbreak is not going away. If anything is now celebrating much as we feared we have seen. Thirty three new cases, we declared on now nullified state of emergency three weeks ago county exact day said they're particularly concerned about the spread of the disease because of the upcoming Easter and Passover holidays. The outbreak in Rockland is mostly centered around and ultra orthodox Jewish
Mueller report recounts 10 'episodes' involving Trump and questions of obstruction
"Special counsel Robert Muller's report into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign is now in the hands of congress and the American public. But while the investigation is over the nearly four hundred fifty page report is creating more questions. Bob Costantini reports from the White House attorney general bars statement based on the molar report out that while it was quite clear. Russia's internet research agency, affiliated with the Putin government trying to influence the campaign in favor of Donald Trump. Indeed as the report states, quote, the investigation did not identify evidence that any US person knowingly or intentionally coordinated with the IRA's interference operation, unquote. Put another way the special counsel found. No collusion. The report itself suggest the June two thousand sixteen meeting at Trump Tower arranged by Donald from junior with Russians claiming to have dirt on Hillary Clinton was one of many contacts studied under what's commonly referred to as collusion. Otherwise, quote, the Russian contacts consisted of business. Actions offers of assistance to the campaign invitations for candidate Trump and Putin to meet in person invitations for campaign officials and representatives of the Russian government to meet and policy positions seeking improved US Russian relations in quote, President Trump's initial public reaction was breath during an event hosting wounded warriors here and they're having a good day. I'm having to do it was called, no collusion. No obstruction. The attorney general Robert Muller handed off the idea of whether the president or someone close to him tried to obstruct Justice in the Russia investigation after finding ten potential episodes. Although the deputy attorney general disagreed with some of the special counsels legal theories and felt that some of the episodes examined did not amount to obstruction as a matter of law. We did not realize solely on that. In making our decision. Democrats on Capitol Hill will certainly try to look at those episodes further including the firing of James Comey and some of the president's tweets urging potential witnesses to not rat on him related to the obstruction of Justice aspect of the Muller reports bar over this bit of empathy for President Trump. There is substantial evidence to show that the president was frustrated and angered by his sincere belief that the investigation was undermining his presidency propelled by his political opponents and fuelled by illegal leaks. Robert Mueller lifted up. Bar deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein to look into whether the president or someone close to him could have engaged in obstruction of Justice. They decided no among the obstruction of Justice lines of inquiry Muller mentioned in the report are the firing of James Comey attempts to influence witnesses and the president's order to White House counsel dumb again that he tell deputy AG rod Rosenstein, the fire Muller Mcgann who spoke with the team for as much as thirty hours apparently refused to do. So in an effort to save the president from an appearance of structure of Justice add to that the alleged efforts by the president ticket. Michael Cohen to stay loyal once Cohen head criminal legal problems in New York Muller ends with a hint for congress to decide if it should charge the president with obstruction on the way tomorrow Lago. President Trump tweeted from Air Force One I had the right to end the whole witch hunt. If I wanted I have fired everyone, including Muller if I wanted I chose not to I had the right to use executive privilege. I didn't however the report makes a point of comment regarding obstruction. The president's to influence the investigation were mostly unsuccessful. But that is largely because the persons who surrounded the president declined to carry out orders or accede to his requests. And now it's up to congress to take the next step. Linda Kenyon, has the view from Capitol Hill. Michael if you thought it was over thank again special counsel made clear that he did not exonerate the president, and the responsibility now falls to congress told the president accountable for his actions. That's Representative Jerrold Nadler, the powerful chairman of the House Judiciary committee. He's leading one of the many investigations that will continue in the wake of the mullahs report. A report that found no collusion, but did not absolve President Trump of obstruction of Justice attorney general William bar who presented the report at a news conference was roundly criticized by many Democrats, including Nadler who said bar was far from Jek give bars words and actions suggest he has been disingenuous and misleading in saying the president is clear of wrongdoing. Nadler says the redacted Muller report is clear the President Trump. Committed multiple misdeeds report outlines disturbing evidence that President Trump engaged in obstruction of Justice and other misconduct. Senator Richard Blumenthal. A member of the Senate Judiciary committee says the misconduct on the part of the president is stunning. But that's only part of the story. Details in this report about the Russian attack on our democracy are truly chilling also calls into question, the objectivity of the attorney general Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, one of the only Republicans to make any public comment on the release of the mullahs report depicted, the attorney general the special counsel, and the deputy attorney general as beyond reproach all three of them about as close to a-political as you can imagine strong disagreement from Adam Schiff, the chairman of the house intelligence committee. Attorney general did a grave disservice to the country by misrepresenting significant parts of the mullahs report and shift says the attorney general also blast over the actions of the president of the United States there. Unquestionably
Israeli stocks rise despite attorney-general plan to indict Netanyahu
"Israel's attorney general announced he intends to indict Prime Minister Benjamin. Even Netanyahu Oren Lieberman reports. The charges are bribery and breach of trust in three separate cases. The intent to indict the Israeli leaders major blow to Netanyahu as he seeks a fifth term in office with that election. Just a few weeks away at this point in early April. In the biggest case notice case four thousand the attorney general Netanyahu appointee. Sitting tests to indict the prime minister on bribery and breach of trust. In this case. Investigators say Netanyahu gave regulatory benefits worth some three hundred million dollars to his friend the wealthy businessman in exchange. Investigators say Netanyahu received favorable coverage in a news site owned by that businessmen. Shortly after the announcement Netanyahu went on air in primetime and blasted the accusations saying they weren't attempt by the left and the media to put pressure on the attorney general to issue an indictment at any cost. He also said the timing of the announcement was unfair since his hearing where he can present his side of the case or happen. Until after the elections Netanyahu faces a very tough fight in these elections as he seeks a fifth term in office. His Likud party is behind in the polls show he still has the support of the right wing parties crucial chances of winning. But if he loses even a few seats to his main challenger that may severely damaged his chances of
"john trout" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"I'm John trout with the partial government shutdown now in its fifth week Senate Republicans have released legislation to implement President Trump's proposal to break the deadlock, but the house is not likely to approve any Senate measure House, Democrats are planning to put their own proposal up for a vote this week offering Trump an additional one billion dollars in money for border security and more immigration judges. But leaving out the wall, Abby Philip the partial government shutdown elicits growing concern among travelers and screeners and air traffic controllers working without pay many travelers fear that security lines for flights could slow down with the continued increase in absence screeners, but it's not just the TSA agents working without a paycheck thousands of air. Traffic controllers are either load or working with no pay Nick Daniels with the national air traffic controllers association says the shutdown is affecting safety for travelers. This system is. 'save today as it was thirty two days ago. Daniel says it's an involved a job that typically consists of constant training right now. None of that is occurred. Daniel says air, traffic controllers are becoming more frustrated end strapped for cash by the day. Clayton Neville, Dallas. Oscar nominations will be revealed later this morning Panthers. Not expected to earn any major acting nominations, but possibly effects costume song editing possibly to a best picture nomination. What many believed to be a multi major category nominee? A star is born. Look for green book vice even Roma to get an honor to there's Jim roup. Israel says it has successfully tested, the country's advanced missile defense system, capable of defending against ballistic missile threats outside the atmosphere arrow, three defense against both short and mid range rockets fired from Gaza and.
Nominees are in for Razzie Awards
"The r rated puppet comedy, happy time murders and the pro Republican death of a nation for which Donald Trump got a worst actor Lincoln was elected to unite a country and stop slavery Democrats assassinated him. Now, they're targeted winners will be revealed February twenty third I'm Scott Carr. Four people are on trial in Paris over an alleged scheme that fed consumers across Europe cheap. Horsemeat fraudulently labeled as beef the accused deny any wrongdoing. John trout, and I'm Mark mills. In the Bloomberg radio newsroom. The International Monetary Fund. And cut its forecast for the world economy predicting it will grow at the weakest pace in three years in two thousand nineteen and warning fresh trade tensions would spell further. Trouble in its second.
Jobless claims fall, but more federal workers seek aid as government shutdown drags on
"John trout. Ten thousand furloughed federal workers seek unemployment checks. The Labor Department says the new numbers are twice the number of federal workers who sought unemployment the week before they say most weeks typically fewer than a thousand former federal workers apply for jobless benefits, those not working during the shutdown are eligible to claim unemployment aid. While those working without pay. Are not though said home, we'll have to repay the unemployment aid. If they receive. Backpay once the shutdown ends the government reports the number of Americans overall who sought unemployment benefits last week, not including federal workers fell by three thousand to two hundred
Reputation precedes 'El Chapo' as US trial approaches
"To becoming one of the world's richest drug lords, his attorneys had said they needed more time to review thousands of pages of documents related to the witnesses that will testify the judge rejected their argument, however, saying nobody will be as ready to try the case as they'd like on either side. Given the complex nature of the proceedings James flippin NBC, News Radio New York, Pennsylvania congressman, Mike Doyle is calling for action following the deadly Pittsburgh synagogue shooting. Doyle stressed that responsible speech needs to start at the top noting that just because we can say something doesn't mean we should the Democrats said political rhetoric needs to be toned down. And viewpoints of all Americans need to be respected. Police in
"john trout" Discussed on KGO 810
"Investigation. I'm John trout. President Trump has announced plans that would deny asylum to migrants who try to get into the US illegally think somebody walks into our country region statement, given by a lawyer, and we have a three and a half year court case for one person. Whereas other people tell them out get out get out other countries. Get out the president said he'll be issuing an executive order on immigration sometime next week, the New York Times reports emails show GOP operative Roger stone and Steve Bannon, the then Trump campaign CEO emailed about WikiLeaks. New York Times also published emails showing stone asking Bannon to help him get funding. From GOP donor, Rebecca Mercer to spread a story based on no evidence that Bill Clinton has a love child. Sara Murray reporting that request could run afoul of federal election laws. Stones. Emails are being investigated by the Robert Muller Russia probe the lone suspect in the Pittsburgh synagogue shootings Robert Bowers has pleaded not guilty to federal charges that could result in the death sentence. The Florida man accused of sending pipebombs two prominent Democrats is due in court today, a decision on whether to keep Caesar CEO jailed until trial will be decided the national institutes of health says there's a link between cancer and cell phone radiation. The NIH report says there is clear evidence that male rats exposed to high levels of radio frequency radiation. Like that used in two and three G cell phones to cancerous tumors. The conclusion comes from a final report on research evaluating the effect of radio frequency radiation, which is used in cellphone. There's Bill Michaels Thursday night NFL football, Nick Mullah completed three touchdowns as the San Francisco forty Niners blasted the Oakland Raiders thirty. Four three. I'm John trout. Financial markets cannot handle rising rates as interest rates rise. Stocks and bonds will come down. My name's Adam Barada on the co owner of advantage gold, and the author of the now national bestselling book gold is a better way everything that's happening right now, I predicted in a webinar seen by thousands. It's why the book became a national bestseller. Watching. Learn why stocks are set to collapse and why goal is gonna short over ten thousand dollars per ounce. If you have an IRA or 4._0._1._K with over one hundred thousand dollars,.
President Trump, President And Bill Peduto discussed on KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green
"I'm John trout. Some Jewish leaders and Pittsburgh's mayor are objecting to President Trump's planned visit to the city today. Mayor Bill Peduto won't meet with the president Peduto had urged the president to delay his visit until after the funerals for all the
US approves first new type of flu drug in 2 decades
"Washington. Health regulators have approved the first new type of flu drug into decades. Correspondent Jan Johnson. Reports last winter the government counted some eighty thousand Americans who died a flu and it's complications the highest death toll in at least four decades. Now just in time for this year's flu season comes a new pill Zo loser. The pharmaceutical firm Rosh, which also makes tamiflu says so fluid that can. Produce
Trump says U.S. will pull out of intermediate range nuke pact
"Russia's deputy foreign minister says his country will respond if the US continues to pull out of agreements with his country on Saturday. President Trump said the US is withdrawing from the nineteen eighty-seven intermediate range nuclear forces treaty. That has kept some mid range nuclear missiles out of Europe. Let them violate a nuclear agreement go out and do weapons, and we're not allowed to the White House says Moscow isn't holding up. It's into the agreement by developing new weapons deputy foreign minister Sergei rip com says the
Amazon workers split as company raises minimum wage
"The shot heard round the world that is the wage hike announced this past week by Amazon. The Wall Street Journal calls it, Amazon's political price. Steve Kastenbaum has details. The minimum wage increase will go into effect at Amazon on November. I it. Applies to full time part time and temporary workers at the company it impacts around two hundred and fifty thousand employees and one hundred thousand seasonal staff. It's not just workers at Amazon who were getting a raise the fifteen dollars an hour. Minimum will also apply to whole foods employees. Critics including Senator Bernie Sanders have targeted Amazon in recent months after workers complained of stressful working conditions and low pay Amazon senior vice president Jay Carney said they've heard the criticism. And that's why they've decided to act as part of our culture to to examine ourselves. See if we're doing the right thing. And Senator Sanders was was one of the people we listened to nanny. And when we saw the. To raise wages at Amazon. We decided we wanted to lead Amazon is among the largest employers in the US. It's added more American jobs in the past decade than any other company. A move like this often causes other companies to follow suit in order to compete for employees. Carney said that's what they hope will happen. And this is really about America's workforce, and we've seen wages depressed for a long time. And they're beginning to inch up. Amazon is also going to begin lobbying for an increase in the federal minimum wage is seven dollars and twenty five cents an hour Amazon's fifteen dollar floor is now more than twice the federal minimum wage, and hopefully congress will take action to raise that Senator Sanders introduced a Bill last month called the stop base Ohs act. Jeff Bezos founded Amazon, the legislation would tax large employers when their workers need to rely on public benefits, like food stamps. Steve Kastenbaum, New York.
"john trout" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"But meteorologist John trout says it we'll have to wait and see the other interesting aspect the storms expected to move inland further than we had originally thought. Now this could avoid some of the rainfall for Washington. But again, some of these things are still just too early to tell we simply don't know. But that's where the models are spoken mornings on the mall. Meanwhile, airlines cancelling many flights ahead of the storm. The runways of Wilmington airport will remain open for as long as possible but airlines pre cancelled all of their flights in the coming days. The last departure from Wilmington North Carolina with scheduled for six twenty pm in Charleston, South Carolina, airport officials expect to continue flight operations through midnight beyond that it looks like most flights are canceled. According to the web site flight aware airlines have also canceled a significant number of flights. Into and out of Myrtle Beach, Raleigh Durham, and Charlotte. With the storm tracks shifting south airports in Colombia, savannah, and Gusta will also likely be impacted. I'm Steve Kastenbaum woman seen flipping off the president's motorcade on her bike and a picture that went viral is now running to serve on the Loudon county board of supervisors when she gave the president the finger Julie brisk men didn't plan on taking any further action. But she says the support she got from people something, and what it told me was that people want change people don't want this type of administration running our country right now. And for me it all happens at the local level. So she's running. It's a democrat to represent the Al Ghanchi and district and the Loudon county board of supervisors in twenty nineteen show face off against Republican incumbent, Suzanne Volpi who tells WMA gal. She hopes the finger instant doesn't distract from local issues have recurred Assan WMA gallon WMA L dot com. Checking your money. Ahead of the close..
Facebook and Twitter Executives Testify on Foreign Interference in US Elections
"Google was noticeably absent, but top leaders from Facebook and Twitter were on Capitol Hill this week Kelly. Smoot reports they faced a barrage of tough questions from senators on what they're doing to protect US elections from foreign interference Twitter and Facebook facing tough questions from both Republicans and Democrats during his Senate intelligence hearing Wednesday about the use of social media to influence U S politics by foreign entities. What makes a good can be manipulated by bad actors to do harm Russian disinformation has reveal a dark underbelly of the entire online ecosystem. Facebook CEO, Sheryl Sandberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey under fire for allowing accounts linked to countries like Russia. In Iran to influence Americans. The information your platform. Disseminates changes minds it hardens opinions. It helps people make sense of the world when you control that or you influence that a little a little of it. You're in a position to win wars without fern shot. The tech giant's acknowledging they missed the disinformation campaign ahead of the two thousand sixteen election. We were too slow to spot this and too slow to act knowledge, the real world negative consequences of what happened and outlining what they've done since to combat fake accounts. Hackers and attempts at foreign influence where identifying and challenging eight to ten million suspicious accounts every week and resorting over a half million accounts from logging and to Twitter every single day. We are now blocking millions of attempts to register false accounts each and every day, but senators saying more still needs to be done. I'm skeptical that ultimately you'll be able to truly address this challenge on your own. I believe congress is going to have
Hurricane watch issued for Hawaii's Big Island and Maui
"Reeling from the. Killer way volcanic eruptions Hawaii residents are. Being warned that a major hurricane is barreling their way hurricane lane is strengthening to a category four and, may pose a threat to, the Wyan, islands by. The weekend forecasters say it's too unpredictable to tell where it, could make landfall so all an island should continue to monitor the situation east coast residents are enjoying a quiet hurricane season there are no disturbances tropical. Storms or hurricanes being monitored at present
Exclusive: Trump says 'most likely' to meet North Korea's Kim again
"Jim. Ryan and exclusive, interview with Reuters President Trump, says, he'd, consider lifting sanctions against. Russia if. Moscow took steps to work with his administration on such issues as your crane in Syria Also says the. Second meeting, with North Korea's Kim Jong UN. Is quote most likely you also didn't say whether. He would talk to the special counsel but insisted he could run the investigation if he wanted
Pence unveils plan for Congress to create Space Force by 2020
"Is touting President Trump's, plan for a US space force. Terry Moore reports it probably won't be like this But. Plans for a real US space force are well underway VP Mike Pence at the Pentagon. We must have American dominance in space pen said the president is committed to strengthening American security here on earth and in space a space force would be a. Separate sixth branch of the American military Trump wants to see. A new department of, the space force by, twenty twenty Defense Secretary James Mattis space is, one of our vital national interest incentive our use. Of space our operations in, space and it is becoming a contested warfighting domain and we have got to adapt to. That reality congress will have a big say in the creation of a space. Force and how to pay for it in
"john trout" Discussed on WJR 760
"Fire on detroit's west side they suffered smoke inhalation also the firefighter had some burns some sixty residents were chased from their apartments cause of that fire is under investigation a house was gutted by fire an edsel street in detroit fire crews say they had a hard time fighting this why are due to bad fire hydrants and low water pressure in warren fire damaged a home on hobart street nobody was hurt firefighters had to battle ablaze in a building at pits feel township crews were there for hours at east morgan and carpenter roads the building was used by a food wholesale here and a styrofoam business there were no injuries a christmas time storm dumped a record amount of snow on eerie and then it just kept on snowing here's meteorologist john trout eerie pennsylvania monday storm brought thirty four inches of snow an all time daily snowfall record for erie but we're not done another nineteen inches fell before dawn yesterday bringing the total to fifty three inches the greatest twoday total in commonwealth history the previous record was forty four inches that fell and morgantown in march of 1958 i'm meteorologist john trout the bitter cold is not holding back the skiers they're enjoying this michigan ski runs have been busy and the conditions are ideal for example at knobs knob in northwest michigan good news for the rest of the week like to win four catches weight out of your threat or it you know you're usually fine and a long time to cold weather on it make nights skiing conditions of snow stays firm the soft snow state soft and uh subscribers in the midwest understand that there is there is a bonus with the cold temperatures with jackson man due in court today in connection with the shooting that wounded several people in a bar in southfield to weaken a half ago 26yearold and ray robinson is charged with attempted murder in that shooting at the bar seven on telegraph which was the result of a fight three masked men looking to rob module restore went to jared the three robbers came into the jerrod store on hall road and utica but they change their minds and lift quickly sterling heights and utica police searched also the makombe county sheriff's but goesmann got away he was the grinch who tried to steal christmas he ended up spending christmas in jail wjr's gene fogel says his problems art over warren police arrested a thirty several man after he was spotted on a home surveillance camera ceiling presidents from underneath the families christmastree he had broken.
"john trout" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"John trout the nfl's winners losers and a suspension coming up in sports with robert workman congress faces the reality of a government shutdown the president's twitter feed raises new questions in the russia investigation breaking down some of the latest issues making news in dc here's kristen holmes while i feel badly for general flynn i feel very badly i think the fabric president trump weighing in on the plight of his former national security advisor after michael flynn pleaded guilty last week to lying to the fbi about conversations with russia's ambassador but the president's recent tweets are raising questions on what president trump new and win and if he could be charged with obstruction of justice over the weekend saying he had to fire flynn in part because he lied to the fbi indicating president trump knew of his former national security advisors line before pressuring then fbi director james comey to go easy on flynn the white house offering a series of explanations saying the president's lawyer was responsible for writing the tweet and in an interview president trump's lawyer telling axios the president cannot obstruct justice because he is the chief law enforcement officer under the constitution's article two and has every right to express his view of any case democratic senator dianne feinstein disagrees and i think what we're beginning to see is the putting together of a case of obstruction of justice i see it most importantly in what happened uh with the firing of fbi director call me in washington.
"john trout" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"I'm john trout these senate's republican led tallus panel has moved to and the obamacare requirement that everyone in the us have health insurance the finance committee voted fourteen twelve to approve and send the bill to the full senate for a vote the move came just hours after the house voted to pass its version of the one point five trillion dollar overhaul legislation members of congress are reacting to the admission by democratic senator al franken he made unwanted advances towards a woman and two thousand six democratic senator richard blumenthal eat work with me and my colleagues on both sides of the aisle but this kind of conduct is totally unacceptable a porn and repugnant and i think i'll franken's apology recognizes that women's all was critical of senate candidate roy more but says more situation should not be conflicted with al franken's in terms of the number and kind of complaints senate committee wants more information from white house senior adviser jared kushner as part of its russia investigation panel which documents about kushner's contacts with wikileaks correspondent pamela brown reads a statement from kushner's attorney we provided the judiciary committee with all relevant documents that had to deal with mr kushner is calls contacts are meetings with russians during the campaign and transition which was the request and a statement says kushner will continue to provide voluntary cooperation a judge has declared a mistrial in the bribery case brought against democratic senator bob menendez of new jersey menendez says he was victimized by government prosecutors office or department of the federal government gives me back the past two and a half years in my life where do i go to to have the damage they sought to encourage my reputation we're where is it what department isn't that'd be places that menendez will reportedly run for reelection next year i'm john trout if you have hard water the limescale not only leaves white spots it clogs pipes and breaks down appliances costing you hundreds of dollars in energy and wear eliminate limescale.
"john trout" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"In the morning westwood ones awardwinning radio news magazine show our own meteorologist john trout back with us saw on some parting thoughts as john we've been talking to a lot of people in some professional estimation there are saying this uh this may be the worst of it as it continues to downgrade uh from a category one possibly two tropical storm uh within four five hours in terms of erma being uh a wind event that sapser lutely correct we've seen wednesday as high as in miami a hundred miles an hour in naples won forty seven of course as a categoryfour storm you're looking at two wins in excess of one hundred thirty up to one hundred forty six so in terms of a wind event yes that is uh he uh diminished however the other aspects set rick flooding the number one cause of death and weather situations is now very much a prominent prevalent we're also looking at uh at power outages as well i heard one of your caller one of your callers become very emotional linda we talk earlier this morning about the stress of at all and and it's certainly taking its toll even though the storm has passed we say the worst of it is over well there's other worst aspects you might say that are emerging now yeah it there with the storm trapping almost in the center of the state in in northerly direction you would think that perhaps that storm surge would not be as great as once anticipated because it's so far from the coast yeah another aspect you have to consider after a storm passes is the tide tables when is high tide is there a full moon these can all add to the inundations of water not to mention that as a storm depending upon what side of the storm urhin you may see water recede sir so uh just a storm waters in situations like this common go there's ebb and flow and so the worst may not be over you may see a channel laura bay with little water now which can fill up very quickly water the most powerful force on earth and of course as were getting toward the end of this up that about two million two minutes left her john people are coming out of the woodwork as saying it's a it's global warming wire this climate disruption or whatever they're calling it this week no but nobody knows.