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"judge jane barwick" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:22 min | 11 months ago

"judge jane barwick" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"They do it one category of person at a time. You know, white people are all racist and straight. People are all been. Republicans are our Hitler and Satan. And then in the meantime, they're harvesting the organs of millions of black babies and calling everybody racist. And they say they're looking out for black people in Children. It Z. It's s O moronic s so intellectually dishonest and tortured that I can. I just I can't respect people that tell me that they're horribly and terribly distraught about the death of George Floyd and then send a check to planned parenthood. And don't say anything about what I like 790 people murdered in Chicago almost every one of the in 2020 almost every one of them Black. And there's not a single march for any one of them that nobody, you know if police officer kills one black person left will burn your city down. You have 790 people murdered in Chicago. Whatever the number is, and almost all of them black and nobody raises an eyebrow lift. The figure raises the voice says anything. The hypocrisy is more than I can fathom more than I can stand just just extraordinary. Extraordinary stuff, Jason. I hope to see around before you before you go. If you are going to go, let me know. Because I'm gonna need to buy a beer before you go. I'll be in that. I just mentioned the only All right, Jason. Thank you for the call. I'm sorry to hear where you are. But keep me posted, will you? I will. All right. Please do thank you. I last night, Fox News reported that the headline is Georgia. Republicans Gain Court Victory for ballot Count observers in Atlanta. Wait a minute. Atlanta Another problem with with poll watchers. Yeah, that's right. The Democrats once again, the judge ordered that observers must be able to stand within 10 FT of the counting process. No, no. But what the Wuhan and everything with the counting of absentee ballots underway in Georgia before two special U. S. Senate runoff elections. Republicans in Fulton County here it is Atlanta date They couldn't finish last night. They're back today. They're real slow Democrats there real slow. It's amazing. Republicans in Fulton County scored a small victory when a Superior Court judge Ruled that vote tallying be done in full view of observers. Well, can I just stop there for a second? What is the point of having observers? If you're not counting the votes in full view of the observers? You get it Obstructed view seats. Who is this Yankee Stadium inside the massive Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. The entire floor of the absentee ballot process was rearranged for Judge Jane Barwick's order. Blue tries hold posters that obstructed views were taken down per the ruling as well. So here they go again. Once again, they're pushing. All right. You're a poll watcher on I saw some racial hostility going on there last night when this was happening in Atlanta has a white observer, You know, black person counting and assuming the white guy is Republican, and there's there's hostility going up blue tri fold. Posters obstructed the view and the court had to intervene and tell them to take him down because they're criminals. You see, these people are criminals, the people that put up the obstructing the offending posters and the people that say you can stand 100 ft. Over there. These people are criminals. I think that's the fair word from At all times, during which absentee ballot processes are taking place. Defendants shall allow credentialed monitors to view absentee and you O. C, a V, a military and overseas ballots. And at least at least 10 ft. Away from processing tables. I think they meant to say at a maximum of 10 ft away, But they said, at least 10 30 because everyone's a moron inside the steel barriers, they set up rows of steel barriers to keep the poll watchers far away. As they are processed, reads the copy of the judge's ruling that was obtained by Fox News Earlier Tuesday, Observers associated with the Fulton County Republican Party were being kept at a distance they felt was inadequate to observe those Democrats don't need any poll watchers there because they know it's a Democrat jurisdiction, so the fix is in and you know, they know. Democrats don't have They just want to go there to let the air out of tires of Republicans or something. Fulton County includes Atlanta, the state's capital and largest city. Metal barriers were reorganized to allow observers to walk on the floor. These are the words on the floor. Of the absentee ballot process. The judge ordered that observers must be able to stand within 10 Ft of the process. Although the language was muddled Defendant shall allow credential manners to observe the process of absentee ballots, Signature verification. From the general public observation area. Oh, that's well anywhere anywhere the public can be. That's really a tough ruling, the court ruling read. Some observers at the Georgia World Congress Center, told Fox News. They were under the impression they would be able to walk the floor. No, no, but they're Democrats there, so they put up barriers and then they put up posters to block views. And then they say, No, Everything's perfectly legit here and CNN says, Stop complaining because we live in very corrupt times. Very corrupt times. Indeed, absolutely extraordinary stuff. That is a a big deal. Big deal, and now I've got to say that the Democrats came back and they said, Well, you don't know your people properly credentialed. On guy. I don't know the details of that. But if the public can stand there in the poll watchers are having what they're having posters put up to obstruct their view and barriers set up to obstruct their their ability to roam the room. The giant room. On media says what? What's the problem? Of course, if Republicans were doing this and Republican districts and then they pulled ahead, magically, the media would would set their own hair on fire. Because that's our that's our media. All right, there's I've got a lot of stuff to get through today. Let's go to let's go to the phone. So let's go to Jacob calling from Lexington, Kentucky. Jacob, you're on the Chris Plante show. Thanks for having me Chris. Love yourself. Thanks shaking. Uh, It's amazing that John off can come back after being we're losing the first election by 88,098 votes, But I guess the Democrats are going to call him to come back kid on FBN SEE tonight Um Joe Mansion now his. He has said in the past that he won't vote who stack the Supreme Court. Do you think that he will hold true to that end? Do you think that if they tried tol D. C statehood in Puerto Rico statehood that he would vote for that number? Hang up with miracle I listen, Jacob, I thank you for the call. And thank you for the kind words as well. And these crazy crazy times Joe mentioned. I think we have a couple of sound bites of Joe mansion, don't we, Michael? Let's take. Let's take a break here because we're running up against the clock. We do have a couple of audio sound bites of Joe Manchin and on what he said a little while back about.

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"judge jane barwick" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"judge jane barwick" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Remembering John Lewis from the Alabama capital to the nation's capital, the body of the late civil rights icon and Georgia congressman is on its way from Alabama to joint base. Andrews in Maryland. Then Congress begins to days of honors. Dupri in Washington for the first time, a black member of Congress will lie in state in the Capitol Rotunda. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi leading the memorial for civil rights pioneer John Lewis, John Louis Nonviolently always insisted on the truth. Instead of people paying their respects inside the capital because of the Corona virus, the casket will be placed on the steps with people filing by outside. On Wednesday, Lewis will lie in state in the Georgia State Capitol. His funeral set for Thursday at Ebeneezer Baptist Church right now, 83 degrees on Peachtree Street, a 30% chance of a late afternoon or evening storm. Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up on Capitol Hill today, Republicans are expected to introduce another Corona virus stimulus plan, but say a $600 a week boost to unemployment insurance will not be part of it. The November US election is 99 days away top local news every 30 minutes and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it. A Corona virus vaccine trial with strong Atlanta ties enters the all important phase three. Human trials today, Emery has helped conduct the research of the modern, A vaccine, which is one of several round the country and world that has shown promise in fighting. Corona virus. Modernise chairman tells Good Morning America on Channel 2 30,000 volunteers to be a part of this critical phase. We will be doing the test in an area where there is a significant viral challenge so that the test can actually very quickly see whether we're giving the protection and that includes hard hit Savannah. If all goes well. Health experts remain confident we could see a vaccine early next year. Etiquette. Bottom 95.5 double DSP. The latest Corona virus numbers in Georgia are trending down, nearly reported cases Sunday. We're up more than 2700. That's lower, three deaths reported in the latest 24 hour period. New hospitalizations are down as well. The percent positive right remains the same at 10.7%. Judge Jane Barwick has ordered Governor Camp in Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance bottoms into mediation this over their legal dispute about how to best respond to the grown a virus pandemic, trying to hash out some sort of settlement. There's no guarantee that will happen, but it was kind of a big step in a de escalation. The Atlanta Journal Constitution is Greg Bleustein, weighing in Judge Barwick still plans to hold a hearing tomorrow morning to weigh the merits of the case. President Trump's national security advisor testing positive for the Corona virus, the most senior White House official known to be infected and ESPN reporting. The Miami Marlins home opener tonight against the Baltimore Orioles has been canceled as Corona virus cases continue to pop up among the team. Eight more players in two coaches with the Marlins have tested positive for the Corona virus. WSB news time. 10 02 live Team coverage of traffic.

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"judge jane barwick" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"judge jane barwick" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Fulton Superior Court Judge Kelly Ellerbee recused herself from hearing the suit brought by Governor Ryan Camp against Atlanta. Marky Show lance bottoms after the request was made by the attorney general's office to avoid any perception of impropriety has now been assigned to judge Sean Ellen Love grew up camp filed suit after Bottoms ordered the city go back to phase one of its reopening plan and mandated face. Mask his order says no rules. Khun B past that are more or less restrictive than Hiss. Sandra Perish 95.5 WSB. Now Judge Jane Barwick has been assigned to the case. Even as that battle continues to cab County commissioners give final approval to mask mandates. They're complete with really penalties. County CEO Michael Thurman says. The first violation will just be a warning a second violation that person Uh, would be required to go to Kobe prevention class so that they can gain a better understanding about the Barrys and what stills shoot, it must be taken to prevent its spread. The mandate takes effect on Friday. Top local use every 30 minutes. And when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it. Turning for the cop accused of murder for shooting Ray Shard Brooks outside in Atlanta. Wendy's hopes to convince a judge that Fulton County D a Should recuse himself from the case, WSB senior legal analyst Ron Carlson says. Garet Ralphs motion contends the Fulton County D. A made conflicting statements on the deadliness of a Taser 10 days earlier. Defense tells us that a Taser is a deadly weapon, he says. The prosecutor may have trouble entering the use of the fleeing felon rules. Person commits a facility like felony resisting arrest and he's flee with a deadly weapon in his hands. The officer could bring him down. Carlson says. The motions contention that Hey, Howard is using the case for political gain is shaky. Veronica Waters, 95.5 WSB and good news for you. Braves fans, The Atlanta Braves have a new way to keep the fan experience alive. The team is selling cardboard cutouts of fans in Braves gear to put in the stands at truest Park. WSB NEWS Thymus 703 Now, more than ever, you.

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"judge jane barwick" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"judge jane barwick" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"The scene in the minutes after the shooting That the fired officer Garrett rules texted at least four other Atlanta police officers in those minutes after the shooting, and they want to see what those text messages said, But they said that Rolf has not given them the passcode to his phone. Fulton County Superior Court Judge Jane Barwick set a bond of $500,000 for Ralph, who is facing charges including felony murder as demonstrators continue to protest racial injustice and demand Police reform. Mississippi's Republican governor Tate Reeves retired the last state flag in America with the Confederate battle an emblem. Bring the bill signing Reef said he understands the need to find a better emblem. For all of Mississippi. There is a difference between monuments and flags. A monument acknowledges and honors our past. The flag is a symbol of our president of our people and of our future. For those reasons. We need a new symbol before he signed the measure. The flag had been the official state flag for 126 years. I've got no idea. What is it? Nice royal blue background and a riverboat right in the middle. You're chuckling. I think that's a good ideas of Mississippi River to River boat. All right. It's what I guess it would work. I just I don't know. I I see riverboats is like Tacky cruise ships. I don't know if that's all you're knucklehead year. Your millennial Michael. You know, I've never been on one. So maybe I'm completely unfairly judging them. They're delightful. OK, coming up. Clayton Nevel will join us Talk about thie. Covad cases still rising in Texas, but Republicans still Bound and determined to have their convention later this month. But first, let's check your traffic.

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Ex-Atlanta police officer charged with killing Rayshard Brooks granted $500K bond

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-Atlanta police officer charged with killing Rayshard Brooks granted $500K bond

"Former Atlanta police officer who shot Ray Shard Brooks to death. They judge set bond for his release. While his cases panting Dianne Gallagher reports. There's evidence that the prosecution wants of what the evidence the prosecution wants from Officer Garrett Rolf, but he refuses to give it up. They have evidence that at the scene in the minutes after the shooting That the fired officer Garrett rules texted at least four other Atlanta police officers in those minutes after the shooting, and they want to see what those text messages said, But they said that Rolf has not given them the passcode to his phone. Fulton County Superior Court Judge Jane Barwick set a bond of $500,000 for Ralph, who is facing charges including felony murder as demonstrators

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"judge jane barwick" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"judge jane barwick" Discussed on AP News

"AP News I'm Tim Maguire. The White House blames what it calls rogue intelligence officers for leaking information alleging the Russian government paid bounties toe Afghan militants for killing U. S soldiers. Press secretary Kayleigh mcenany. These air rogue intelligence officers who are imperiling our troops lives. We will not be able to get very, very likely not be able to get a consensus on this intelligence because of what was leaked. The intelligence assessments were first reported by The New York Times, then confirmed to the Associated Press by intelligence officials and others with knowledge of the matter. Former vice president Joe Biden says President Trump has abandoned the people at home in the military abroad. Biden says the president's abdicated his duties at home and abroad, accusing him of failing Americans during the virus. Pandemic numbers don't lie, saying the stunning surge of new positive cases in some states shows the president's piecemeal approach is not working. We can't continue like this and on a report suggesting the president's known for months about intelligence suggesting Russia was offering bounties for the debt. Of American troops in Afghanistan. It's an absolute dereliction of duty. Every any of this is even remotely true. It's a 12 punch, reflecting the core of the Biden candidacy built on the argument that the president's unfit to sit in the Oval Office. SOCCER Megane Washington, A judge in Atlanta rules that Garret brought the former police officer who shot and killed Rae Shard, Brooks can be released on 1/2 $1,000,000 bond. Fulton County, Georgia Judge Jane Barwick. Mr Wolf is going to have an anchor monitor at his expense. He will be fitted for that. Prior to his release, he will be subject to being monitored at all times. Brooks wife to make a Miller pleads with Barwick not to release raw as the notes. Because Ms Lee, I'm not able to handle it. This is AP News The Supreme Court rules in favor of an online travel company in a trademark fight, the Supreme Court says travel website booking dot com can trademark its name a ruling that impacts other companies whose name is just a generic word followed by dot com The ruling was 8 to 1. The case was historic because it was the first of 10 cases argued by telephone and may because of the Corona virus outbreak, and also the first time audio of arguments was made available Live. Here's Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. During questions on May 4th 0 many marks already registered marks. Would be subject to cancellation, Ginsberg wrote the majority opinion for the court stating We have no cause to deny booking dot com the same benefits Congress accorded other marks qualifying as non generic. Jennifer KING Washington United Nations Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez has been trying since late March to get the Security Council to pass a resolution calling for worldwide cease fires and military operations. Concentrate on defeating the Corona virus. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News The White House says it won't tell Americans that they have to wear a mask for virus protection, but it is being recommended. Vice President Mike Pence and a Corona virus briefing says there's still that surge of illness and about a dozen states and Americans should take the steps to protect themselves and their families. But he's leaving mandates on masks up to each municipality respecting the decisions that governors are making. President Trump won't wear a mask despite Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander, calling on him to set an example. But Trump Surgeon General Jerome Adam's counters those who say that a mask violates their Freedom. It adds to your convenience in your freedom because it allows us to open up more places, and it allows those places to stay open. The surgeon general's calling on young people to wear masks, saying, that's what it will take if they want to attend college sports or senior Prom's again. Jackie Quinn, Washington AT.

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"judge jane barwick" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"judge jane barwick" Discussed on AP News

"A protester to Black lives matter Rally in Iowa was struck by the governor's official vehicle. The Iowa State Patrol confirms Governor Kim Reynolds was inside her SUV when a black lives matter protester was struck as the governor was leaving an event in Ackley. The protesters were trying to block the vehicle outside a small meat processing company. Rally organizer Jalen Cavil says that he was hoping the governor would roll down the window and speak to the group. He believes he was intentionally struck. But Says, not seriously hurt, He says a trooper started yelling at him and then called him an idiot. A patrol spokesman says it appears the demonstrator intentionally stepped in front of a moving vehicle. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News I'm Tim McCoy, Dr. Anthony Fauci is growing increasingly concerned about sharp increases in Corona virus cases in the West and south. We're going to continue to be in a lot of trouble, and there's going to be a lot of hurt. If that does not stop, lt says the daily average in cases of our 40,000 could balloon to 100,000 day that people don't heed precautions. Joe Biden hammers President Trump's handling of the pandemic. It didn't have to be this way. The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, Saysthe lockdowns, were intended to help the nation cut the virus threat. Instead, Biden says, it's getting worse. Donald Trump failed at a campaign stop in his Delaware hometown, Biden says the president continues dividing the nation half worry mask. Half rejecting science we can't continue. Biden says he'd lay out a national strategy for fighting the virus. Not a piecemeal approach, he says simply is not working. SOCCER Megane Washington Fulton County Judge Jane Barwick Grant's former Atlanta police officer, Garrett Ralph Bond after he was jailed on charges of killing 27 year old Ray Shard Brooks. Somebody checked my math. I think that all adds up to 1/2 a $1,000,000. Ralph will have to wear an ankle monitor, comply with the curfew, surrender his passport and not possess any guns or have any contact with victims, witnesses or police. Veteran Tulsa, Oklahoma Police sergeant is dead after he and a fellow officer was shot during a traffic stop yesterday morning, Chief Wendell Franklin says Sergeant Craig Johnson gave his life for the people of the city. His sacrifice will not go on. Remember Johnson and his rookie partner. Our showcase in were shot after they tried to arrest 32 year old David Anthony, where Where was taken into custody about seven hours later, Sir Cation remains in critical condition. This is AP News. The Iowa State Patrol says the black lives matter. Protestors was hit by an SUV carrying the governor. He's Jackie Quinn has Maur. The Iowa State Patrol confirms Governor Kim Reynolds was inside her SUV when a black lives matter protester was struck as the governor was leaving an event in Ackley. The protesters were trying to block the vehicle outside a small meat processing company. Rally organizer Jalen Cavil says that he was hoping the governor would roll down the window and speak to the group. He believes he was in Tension really struck but says not seriously hurt. He says a trooper started yelling at him and then called him an idiot. A patrol spokesman says it appears the demonstrator intentionally stepped in front of a moving vehicle. I'm Jackie Quinn. Wall Street wraps up its best quarter since 1998 but the markets remain well below record highs hit in February. Before the pandemic. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News AP News I'm Tim Maguire. The White House blames what it calls rogue intelligence officers for leaking information alleging the Russian government paid bounties.

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"judge jane barwick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"judge jane barwick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Our state in our country. Um, you're presumed innocent. Until you are proven guilty by a jury or otherwise. Judge Jane Barwick set a bond of $500,000 for Garrett Rolf, who's facing felony murder and 10 other charges in connection with Brooke's death. A controversial new abortion law is on hold is CBS's Jim Krystle explains a judge has halted Iowa's latest abortion restriction a day before it was set to become law, the measure that has already been legally challenged calls for a 24 hour waiting period for an abortion. It was passed in the middle of the night by the Republican controlled Iowa Legislature with no public debate. On Wall Street. They closed out the quarter with gains on Tuesday, but futures are pointing lower for Wednesday. There sue CBS news, traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. It's 12 03 We're gonna take a look downtown where the airport tunnels are all moving. Well, however, the Ted Williams Tunnel westbound side has the right lane closure. No major delay there on the pike. You're down two lanes and slow through the Prudential Tunnel on the westbound side. Tobin Bridge. Outbound also has two lanes closed just to brief delay. Their soldiers feel road West is fully closed. Hurrah for Cambridge Street. You follow the detour you back on in north Harvard Street north of Town 93. The North bound side watch for work crews between for 95 2 13 Up in Methuen, South bound. The left lane is closed before Mont. They'll have no real delay there. 1 28 does have delays both directions with two lanes closed in Danvers right in Endicott Street for 95 in room three, or find Route one, revered 1 28 about 15 minutes. South of the city Expressway is moving well. 10 minutes between the tunnel and the split 93 South and Randolph. The ramp to Route 24 is closed Route three North going to slow down a bit passing work crews by Route 1 39 in Norwood. West of town. The pike westbound You have some delays. Passing working Newton Corner. Another set up that needed service Plaza won't slow you down for long route to eastbound slows, getting by work crews by Route 12 and lemons there for 95 South You're down a lane with a brief delay by 2 90 in Marlborough, this report sponsored by Compassion International. We're all feeling the weight of covert 19. But for kids in poverty around the world, things are becoming desperate. Joined compassion International and provide for a family in poverty. Make your one time. $40 gift. Text Hope. 283393 66 degrees under cloudy Skies. Steve Perez, the busy traffic on the threes. Here's the four day W B Z AccuWeather forecast on this Wednesday morning. It'll be cloudy with a shower or two around also patchy fog lows in the lower in middle sixties. Later today, humid with plenty of clouds a few more showers and thunderstorms. High 75 a shower It spots early tonight. Otherwise mostly cloudy. Low 65 morning clouds tomorrow will give way to some sun will be warm and human. A shower can't be ruled out high 82 And Friday. Son will be followed by clouds. Showers are expected, especially in the afternoon High 74 Immaculata meteorologist Curb of in Ski W P. Ease.

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"judge jane barwick" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"judge jane barwick" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"This is Governor John Carney. A lot of these young adults in the beach communities lived together, they work and some are kinds of establishments they played together. And they're infected. What another with over 19. The American Academy of Pediatrics is releasing new guidance about going back to school this fall. Katie VTs Brooke Rogers spoke with a local expert about some of the guidelines, which includes social distancing and face masks. Other highlights include one way hallways, no lockers and keeping classes together throughout the day to avoid cross over, But the most important suggestions, maybe adaptability and flexibility. Knowing what's advisable today may be different tomorrow. The deadline is now come and gone for the extension of the application period for the Paycheck protection program. This is University of Virginia political analyst Larry Sabotage. All there's a dawning realization in the Senate and the house, too. This situation with the pandemic is worse than expected and deteriorating. It's obvious that Maura Public money is going to have to be spent to prop up the economy. The Senate approved the measure, but the House has yet to vote on the bill that would extend the application deadline to August 8th. The White House continues to defend its handling of alleged reports that Russia paid the Taliban money to kill US troops in Afghanistan. Press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany We're still investigating the alleged intelligence referenced in recent media Reportings, but that didn't stop The New York Times from putting it on the very first page of their newspaper and stopping us from getting to an ultimate conclusion, an ultimate place having a concensus On the alleged intelligence. Several members of Congress are demanding an investigation into that report. Ah, judge in Atlanta says that the former police officer who fatally shot Ray Shard Brooks can be released on bond in our state in our country. You're presumed innocent until you're proven guilty by a jury or otherwise. Judge Jane Barwick set a bond of $500,000 for Garrett Rolf, who's facing felony murder and 10 other charges in connection with Brooke's death. Ah, controversial new abortion law is on hold is CBS's Jim Krystle explains a judge has halted Iowa's latest abortion restrictions a day before it was set to become law, the measure that has already been legally challenged. Calls for a 24 hour waiting period for an abortion. It was passed in the middle of the night by the Republican controlled Iowa Legislature, with no public debate. On Wall Street. They closed out the quarter with gains on Tuesday, but futures are pointing lower for Wednesday There Sue CBS news Crime punishment redemption. Even the most demented Hollywood writers would not have dreamed up in ending like this 48 hours Saturdays, CBS now from the Cairo Radio New Center at my northwest dot com, not a happy trip to Eastern Washington today for the governor. These. All of these leaders essentially.

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"judge jane barwick" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"judge jane barwick" Discussed on WTOP

"Deteriorating. It's obvious that more public money is going to have to be spent to prop up the economy. The Senate approved the measure, but the House has yet to vote on the bill that would extend the application deadline to August 8th. The White House continues to defend its handling of alleged reports that Russia paid the Taliban money to kill US troops in Afghanistan. Press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany We're still investigating the alleged intelligence referenced in recent media Reportings. But that didn't stop The New York Times from putting it on the very first page of their newspaper and stopping us from getting to an ultimate conclusion, an ultimate place having a concensus on the alleged intelligence, Several members of Congress are demanding an investigation into that report. A judge in Atlanta says that the former police officer who fatally shot Ray shot Brooks can be released on bond in our state in our country. Um, you're presumed innocent. Until you're proven guilty by a jury or otherwise. Judge Jane Barwick set a bond of $500,000 for Garrett Rolf, who's facing felony murder and 10 other charges in connection with Brooke's death. Ah, controversial new abortion law is on hold is CBS's Jim Krystle explains Judge has halted Iowa's latest abortion restriction a day before it was set to become law, the measure that has already been legally challenged calls for a 24 hour waiting period for an abortion. It was passed in the middle of the night by the Republican control. Old Iowa Legislature with no public debate. On Wall Street. They closed out the quarter with gains on Tuesday, but futures are pointing lower for Wednesday. There Sue CBS News She'll.

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"judge jane barwick" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"judge jane barwick" Discussed on AP News

"AP News I'm Tim Maguire. The White House blames what it calls rogue intelligence officers for leaking information alleging the Russian government paid bounties toe Afghan militants for killing U. S soldiers. Press secretary Kayleigh mcenany. These air rogue intelligence officers who are imperiling our troops lives. We will not be able to get very, very likely not be able to get a consensus on this intelligence because of what was leaked. The intelligence assessments were first reported by The New York Times, then confirmed to the Associated Press by intelligence officials and others with knowledge of the matter. Former vice president Joe Biden says President Trump has abandoned the people at home in the military abroad. Biden says the president's abdicated his duties at home and abroad, accusing him of failing Americans during the virus. Pandemic numbers don't lie, saying the stunning surge of new positive cases in some states shows the president's piecemeal approach is not working. We can't continue like this and on a report suggesting the president's known for months about intelligence suggesting Russia was offering bounties for the debt. Of American troops in Afghanistan. It's an absolute dereliction of duty. If every any of this is even remotely true, it's a 12 punch, reflecting the core of the Biden candidacy built on the argument that the president's unfit to sit in the Oval Office. SOCCER Megane Washington, A judge in Atlanta rules that Garret brought the former police officer who shot and killed Rae Shard, Brooks can be released on 1/2 $1,000,000 bond. Fulton County, Georgia Judge Jane Barwick. Mr Wolf is going to have an anchor monitor at his expense. He will be fitted for that. Prior to his release, he will be subject to being monitored at all times. Brooks wife to make a Miller pleads with Barwick not to release raw as the notes. Because Ms Lee, I'm not able to handle it. This's AP News the Supreme Court rules in favor of an online travel company in a trademark fight, the Supreme Court says travel website booking dot com can trademark its name a ruling that impact other companies whose name is just a generic word followed by dot com The ruling was 8 to 1. The case was historic because it was the first of 10 cases argued by telephone and make because of the Corona virus outbreak, and also the first time audio of arguments was made available Live. Here's just a screw Bater Ginsberg. During questions on May 4th 0 many marks already registered marks. Would be subject to cancellation, Ginsberg wrote the majority opinion for the court stating We have no cause to deny booking dot com the same benefits Congress accorded other marks. Qualifying is non generic. Jennifer KING Washington United Nations Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez has been trying since late March to get the Security Council to pass a resolution calling for worldwide cease fires and military operations. Concentrate on defeating the Corona virus. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News The White House says it won't tell Americans that they have to wear a mask for virus protection, but it is being recommended. Vice President Mike Pence and a Corona virus briefing says there's still that surge of illness and about a dozen states and Americans should take the steps to protect themselves and their families. But he's leaving mandates on masks up to each municipality respecting the decisions that governors are making. President Trump won't wear a mask despite Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander, calling on him to set an example. But Trump Surgeon General Jerome Adam's counters those who say that a mask violates their Freedom. It adds to your convenience in your freedom because it allows us to open up more places, and it allows those places to stay open. The surgeon general's calling on young people to wear masks, saying, that's what it will take if they want to attend college sports or senior Prom's again. Jackie Quinn, Washington Thank you for listening to the.

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04:39 min | 1 year ago

"judge jane barwick" Discussed on AP News

"AP News I'm Tim Maguire. The White House blames what it calls rogue intelligence officers for leaking information alleging the Russian government paid bounties toe Afghan militants for killing U. S soldiers. Press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany. These are rogue intelligence officers who are imperiling our troops lives. We will not be able to get very, very likely not be able to get a consensus on this intelligence because of what was leaked to The New York Times. The intelligence assessments were first reported by The New York Times, then confirmed to the Associated Press by U. S intelligence officials and others with knowledge of the matter. Former vice president Joe Biden says President Trump has abandoned the people at home and the military abroad. Biden says the president's abdicated his duties at home and abroad, accusing him of failing Americans during the virus. Pandemic numbers don't lie, saying the stunning surge of new positive cases in some states shows the president's piecemeal approach is not working. We can't continue like this and on reports suggesting the president's known for months about intelligence suggesting Russia was offering bounties for the deaths of American troops in Afghanistan. It's an absolute dereliction of duty. Every any of this is even remotely true. It's a 12 punch, reflecting the core of the Biden candidacy built on the argument that the president's unfit to sit in the Oval Office. SOCCER Megane Washington A judge in Atlanta rules at Garret Ross, the former police officer who shot and killed Rae Shard, Brooks can be released on 1/2 $1,000,000 bond. Fulton County Judge Jane Barwick Mr Wolf is going to have an ankle monitor at his expense. He will be fitted for that. Prior to his release, he will be subject to being monitored adult Brooks wife to make a Miller pleaded with Barwick not to release Roth. Did a sin is already showing any danger to the community. This is AP News. The Supreme Court rules in favor of an online travel company in a trademark fight, the Supreme Court says travel website booking dot com can trademark its name a ruling that impact other companies whose name is just a generic word followed by dot com The ruling was 8 to 1. The case was historic because it was the first of 10 cases argued by telephone and make because of the Corona virus outbreak, and also the first time audio of arguments was made available Live. Here's Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg during questions on May 4th 0 many Mark's already registered marks. Would be subject to cancellation, Ginsberg wrote the majority opinion for the court stating We have no cause to deny booking dot com the same benefits Congress accorded other marks qualifying as non generic. Jennifer KING Washington A New York State judge temporarily blocks a book written by President Trump's niece, Mary Trump. Her other uncle, Robert says her father, Fred Trump's will includes no books about the family without family permission. I'm to McGuire AP News. Joe Biden is taking aggressive aim at President Trump questioning his fitness for office on two fronts. Biden says the president's abdicated his duties at home and abroad, accusing him of failing Americans during the virus. Pandemic numbers don't lie, saying the stunning surge of new positive cases in some states shows the president's piecemeal approach is not working. We can't continue like this and on a report suggesting the president's known for months about Intelligence suggesting Russia was offering bounties for the deaths of American troops in Afghanistan. It's an absolute dereliction of duty. If every any of this is even remotely true, it's a 12 punch, reflecting the core of the Biden candidacy built on the argument that the president's unfit to sit in the Oval Office. Soccer Megane Washington Corona virus Update. I'm to McGuire with an AP newsmen at the nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, tells a Senate committee. The pandemic is trending in the wrong direction. We're now having 40 plus 1000 new cases a day. I would not be surprised if we go up to 100,000 day. Florida reports more than 6000 new cases today tens of thousands over the past week. Governor Rhonda Santa says businesses will remain open. We're open. We know who we need to protect most of the folks in those younger demographics, although we want them to be to be mindful of what's going on. I just simply much, much less at risk than the folks who ran those older age groups. A number of South Florida counties will close their beaches over the Fourth of July holiday weekend. The European Union, which has seen a sharp decline in cases and hospitalizations will reopen to travelers from 14 nations tomorrow. The US is being denied because of the soaring infections here. I'm to Maguire AP.

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04:18 min | 1 year ago

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"To find out how to save up to 50%. $250 a virtual prepaid card for eligible device payoff about 15 days. AP News I'm to McGuire Dr Anthony Fauci is growing increasingly concerned about sharp increases in Corona virus cases in the West and South. Bochy says the daily average in cases about 40,000 could balloon toe 100,000 day that people don't heed precautions. We're going to continue to be in a lot of trouble, and there's going to be a lot of hurt. If that does not stop, Joe Biden hammers President Trump's handling of the pandemic. It didn't have to be this way. The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, Saysthe lockdowns, were intended to help the nation caught the virus threat. Instead, Biden says, it's getting worse. Donald Trump failed at a campaign stop in his Delaware hometown, Biden says the president continues dividing the nation half worry mask. Half rejecting science we can't continue. Biden says he'd lay out a national strategy for fighting the virus. Not a piecemeal approach, he says simply is not working. Soccer Megane Washington Fulton County, Georgia Judge Jane Barwick Grant's former Atlanta police officer, Garrett Roth bond after he was jailed on charges of killing 27 year old Rashard Brooks. Somebody checked my math. I think that all adds up to 1/2 a $1,000,000. Ralph will have to wear an ankle monitor, comply with curfew, surrender his passport, not possess any guns and have no contact. With victims, witnesses or police Veteran Tulsa, Oklahoma Police sergeant is dead after he and a fellow officer was shot during a traffic stop yesterday morning chief bundle, Franklin says Sergeant Craig Johnson gave his life for the people of the city. His sacrifice will not go un. Remember Johnson and his rookie partners or Russian czar Keyshawn were shot. As they tried to arrest 32 year old David Anthony, where where was taken into custody about seven hours later. Czar Keyshawn remains in critical condition This is AP News. The IRS will not extend the tax filing deadline AP, said Dani, who has Mawr in Mainz, Federal taxes are due in about two weeks. It will not be extended beyond July 15. My arrest commissioner Charles Reddick told the Senate Finance Committee. Taxpayers have options a variety of payment related options that folks can look too. We also temporarily adjusted. Our process is to help people and businesses during these uncertain times. The ranking Democrat on the committee Ron Wyden, asked about lost revenue from wealthier Americans who do not file income taxes or pay their taxes together. These wealthy taxpayers Odes nearly $46 billion. A Treasury inspector general says the IRS failed to issue some 900,000 audits and Donahue Washington Well, state wraps up its best quarter since 1998 But the markets remain well below record high sit in February before the pandemic. I'm to McGuire. AP News CORONA VIRUS Update. I'm Tim Maguire with an AP news MINUTE, surgeon General Jerome Adams says Native Americans, blacks and Latinos are being hit the hardest by the Corona virus pandemic. This virus is exploiting and exacerbating preexisting health disparities and these disparate outcomes. And inequitable opportunities for health. Apart of the anger, the frustration and the fear that we're seeing manifest and protest around the country, Doctor Anthony 1000 tells a Senate committee. The numbers are going in the wrong direction, he adds. Each person in this country is crucial to ending the pandemics if we wantto end This outbreak. Really ended, and then hopefully when a vaccine comes and puts the nail in the coffin, we've got to realize that we are part of the process. Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander says President Trump has to stop politicizing wearing masks. The stakes are too high for this political debate. About pro Trump anti trump mask to continue. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News I'm Tim Maguire. The White House blames what it calls rogue intelligence officers for leaking information alleging the Russian government paid bounties toe Afghan.

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03:57 min | 1 year ago

"judge jane barwick" Discussed on AP News

"AP News I'm Tim Maguire. The White House blames what it calls rogue intelligence officers for leaking information alleging the Russian government paid bounties toe Afghan militants for killing U. S soldiers. Press secretary Kayleigh mcenany. These air rogue intelligence officers who are imperiling our troops lives. We will not be able to get very, very likely not be able to get a consensus on this intelligence because of what was leaked. The intelligence assessments were first reported by The New York Times, then confirmed to the Associated Press by intelligence officials and others with knowledge of the matter. Former vice president Joe Biden says President Trump has abandoned the people at home and the military abroad. Biden says the president's abdicated his duties at home and abroad, accusing him of failing Americans during the virus. Pandemic numbers don't lie, saying the stunning surge of new positive cases in some states shows the president's piecemeal approach is not working. We can't continue like this and on a report suggesting the president's known for months about intelligence suggesting Russia was offering bounties for the debt. Of American troops in Afghanistan. It's an absolute dereliction of duty. If every any of this is even remotely true, it's a 12 punch, reflecting the core of the Biden candidacy built on the argument that the president's unfit to sit in the Oval Office. SOCCER Megane Washington, A judge in Atlanta rules that Garret brought the former police officer who shot and killed Rae Shard, Brooks can be released on 1/2 $1,000,000 bond. Fulton County, Georgia Judge Jane Barwick. Mr Wolf is going to have an anchor monitor at his expense. He will be fitted for that. Prior to his release, he will be subject to being monitored at all times. Brooks wife to make a Miller pleads with Barwick not to release raw as the notes. Because Ms Lee, I'm not able to handle it. This is AP News. Supreme Court rules in favor of an online travel company in a trademark fight, the Supreme Court says travel website booking dot com can trademark its name a ruling that impact other companies whose name is just a generic word followed by dot com The ruling was 8 to 1. The case was historic because it was the first of 10 cases argued by telephone in May because of the Corona virus outbreak, and also the first time audio of arguments was made available Live. Here's Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg during questions on May 4th 0 many Mark's already registered marks. Would be subject to cancellation, Ginsberg wrote the majority opinion for the court stating We have no cause to deny booking dot com the same benefits Congress accorded other marks. Qualifying is non generic. Jennifer KING Washington United Nations Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez has been trying since late March to get the Security Council to pass a resolution calling for worldwide cease fires and military operations. Concentrate on defeating the Corona virus. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News The White House says it won't tell Americans that they have to wear a mask for virus protection, but it is being recommended. Vice President Mike Pence and a Corona virus briefing says there's still that surge of illness and about a dozen states and Americans should take the steps to protect themselves and their families. But he's leaving mandates on masks up to each municipality respecting the decisions that governors are making. President Trump won't wear a mask despite Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander, calling on him to set an example. But Trump Surgeon General Jerome Adam's counters those who say that a mask violates their Freedom. It adds to your convenience in your freedom because it allows us to open up more places, and it allows those places to stay open. The surgeon general's calling on young people to wear masks, saying, that's what it will take if they want to attend college sports or senior Prom's again. Jackie Quinn, Washington Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey, did you know that The Associated Press produces news related books? Here's what's.

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AP News

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"judge jane barwick" Discussed on AP News

"AP News I'm to McGuire the White House blames what it calls rogue intelligence officers for leaking information alleging the Russian government paid bounties toe Afghan militants for killing U. S soldiers. Press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany. These are rogue intelligence officers who are imperiling our troops lives. We will not be able to get very, very likely not be able to get a consensus on this intelligence because of what was leaked to The New York Times. The intelligence assessments were first reported by The New York Times, then confirmed to the Associated Press by U. S intelligence officials and others with knowledge of the matter. Former vice president Joe Biden says President Trump has abandoned the people at home and the military abroad. Biden says the president's abdicated his duties at home and abroad, accusing him of failing Americans during the virus. Pandemic numbers don't lie, saying the stunning surge of new positive cases in some states shows the president's piecemeal approach is not working. We can't continue like this and on a report suggesting the president's known for months about intelligence suggesting Russia was offering bounties for the deaths of American troops in Afghanistan. It's an absolute dereliction of duty. If every any of this is even remotely true, it's a 12 punch, reflecting the core of the Biden candidacy built on the argument that the president's unfit to sit in the Oval Office. SOCCER Megane Washington A judge in Atlanta rules at Garret Ross, the former police officer who shot and killed Rae Shard, Brooks can be released on 1/2 $1,000,000 bond. Fulton County Judge Jane Barwick Mr Wolf is going to have an ankle monitor at his expense. He will be fitted for that. Prior to his release, he will be subject to being monitored adult Brooks wife to make a Miller pleaded with Barwick not to release Roth. Did a sin is already showing a danger to the community. This is AP News. Supreme Court rules in favor of an online travel company in a trademark fight, the Supreme Court says travel website booking dot com can trademark its name a ruling that impact other companies whose name is just a generic word followed by dot com The ruling was 8 to 1. The case was historic because it was the first of 10 cases argued by telephone and make because of the Corona virus outbreak, and also the first time audio of arguments was made available Live. Here's Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg during questions on May 4th 0 many Mark's already registered marks. Would be subject to cancellation, Ginsberg wrote the majority opinion for the court stating We have no cause to deny booking dot com the same benefits Congress accorded other marks. Qualifying is non generic. Jennifer KING Washington A New York state judge temporarily blocks a book written by President Trump's niece, Mary Trump. Her other uncle, Robert says her father, Fred Trump's will includes no books about the family without family permission. I'm to McGuire AP News. Thank you.

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03:17 min | 1 year ago

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"To give to friends and colleagues. For more information, visit AP images dot com AP News I'm Tim Maguire. Dr. Anthony Fauci is growing increasingly concerned about sharp increases in Corona virus cases in the West and South, says the daily average in cases about 40,000 could balloon the 100,000 day that people don't heed precautions. We're going to continue to be in a lot of trouble, and there's going to be a lot of hurt. If that does not stop, Joe Biden hammers President Trump's handling of the pandemic. It didn't have to be this way. The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, Saysthe lockdowns, were intended to help the nation caught the virus threat. Instead, Biden says, it's getting worse. Donald Trump failed at a campaign stop in his Delaware hometown, Biden says the president continues dividing the nation half worry mask. Half rejecting science we can't continue. Biden says he'd lay out a national strategy for fighting the virus. Not a piecemeal approach, he says simply is not working. Soccer Megane Washington Fulton County, Georgia Judge Jane Barwick Grant's former Atlanta police officer, Garrett Rough bond after he was jailed on charges of killing 27 year old Rashard Brooks. Somebody checked my math. I think that all adds up to 1/2 a $1,000,000. Ralph will have to wear an ankle monitor, comply with curfew, surrender his passport, not possess any guns and have no contact. With victims, witnesses or police Veteran Tulsa, Oklahoma Police sergeant is dead after he and a fellow officer was shot during a traffic stop yesterday morning chief bundle, Franklin says Sergeant Craig Johnson gave his life for the people of the city. His sacrifice will not go on. Remember Johnson and his rookie partners or Russian czar Keyshawn were shot as they tried to arrest 32 year old David Anthony, where Where was taken into custody about seven hours later. Czar Keyshawn remains in critical condition This is AP News. The IRS will not extend the tax filing deadline AP, said Dani, who has Mawr in Mainz, Federal taxes are due in about two weeks. It will not be extended beyond July 15. My arrest commissioner Charles Reddick told the Senate Finance Committee. Taxpayers have options a variety of payment related options that folks can look too. We also temporarily adjusted. Our process is to help people and businesses during these uncertain times. The ranking Democrat on the committee Ron Wyden, asked about lost revenue from wealthier Americans who do not file income taxes or pay their taxes together. These wealthy taxpayers Odes nearly $46 billion. The Treasury inspector general says the IRS failed to issue some 900,000 audits and Donahue Washington, while state wraps up its best quarter since 1998 But the markets remain well below record high sit in February before the pandemic. I'm to McGuire AP News AP News I'm Tim Maguire. The White House blames what it calls rogue intelligence officers for leaking information alleging the Russian government paid bounties.

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03:50 min | 1 year ago

"judge jane barwick" Discussed on AP News

"AP News I'm Tim Maguire. The White House blames what it calls rogue intelligence officers for leaking information alleging the Russian government paid bounties toe Afghan militants for killing U. S soldiers. Press secretary Kayleigh mcenany. These air rogue intelligence officers who are imperiling our troops lives. We will not be able to get very, very likely not be able to get a consensus on this intelligence because of what was leaked. The intelligence assessments were first reported by The New York Times, then confirmed to the Associated Press by intelligence officials and others with knowledge of the matter. Former vice president Joe Biden says President Trump has abandoned the people at home in the military abroad. Biden says the president's abdicated his duties at home and abroad, accusing him of failing Americans during the virus. Pandemic numbers don't lie, saying the stunning surge of new positive cases in some states shows the president's piecemeal approach is not working. We can't continue like this and on a report suggesting the president's known for months about intelligence suggesting Russia was offering bounties for the debt. Of American troops in Afghanistan. It's an absolute dereliction of duty. If every any of this is even remotely true, it's a 12 punch, reflecting the core of the Biden candidacy built on the argument that the president's unfit to sit in the Oval Office. SOCCER Megane Washington, A judge in Atlanta rules that Garret brought the former police officer who shot and killed Rae Shard, Brooks can be released on 1/2 $1,000,000 bond. Fulton County, Georgia Judge Jane Barwick. Mr Wolf is going to have an anchor monitor at his expense. He will be fitted for that. Prior to his release, he will be subject to being monitored at all times. Brooks wife to make a Miller pleads with Barwick not to release raw as the notes. Because Ms Lee, I'm not able to handle it. This's AP News. Supreme Court rules in favor of an online travel company in a trademark fight, the Supreme Court says travel website booking dot com can trademark its name a ruling that impact other companies whose name is just a generic word followed by dot com The ruling was 8 to 1. The case was historic because it was the first of 10 cases argued by telephone and may because of the Corona virus outbreak, and also the first time audio of arguments was made available Live. Here's Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg during questions on May 4th 0 many Mark's already registered marks. Would be subject to cancellation, Ginsberg wrote the majority opinion for the court stating We have no cause to deny booking dot com the same benefits Congress accorded other marks. Qualifying is non generic. Jennifer KING Washington United Nations Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez has been trying since late March to get the Security Council to pass a resolution calling for worldwide cease fires and military operations. Concentrate on defeating the Corona virus. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News The White House says it won't tell Americans that they have to wear a mask for virus protection, but it is being recommended. Vice President Mike Pence and a Corona virus briefing says there's still that surge of illness and about a dozen states and Americans should take the steps to protect themselves and their families. But he's leaving mandates on masks up to each municipality respecting the decisions that governors are making. President Trump won't wear a mask despite Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander, calling on him to set an example. But Trump Surgeon General Jerome Adam's counters those who say that a mask violates their Freedom. It adds to your convenience in your freedom because it allows us to open up more places, and it allows those places to stay open. The surgeon general's calling on young people to wear masks, saying, that's what it will take if they want to attend college sports or senior Prom's again. Jackie Quinn, Washington Thank you for.

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09:42 min | 1 year ago

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"A $1,000,000 of its cash to black owned banks, many of which are undercapitalized. Look at why some black owned banks have a cash problem that's coming up on marketplace in 30 minutes. Coming up on all things considered Dr Anthony Pfoutch. He offers a grim assessment of the Cove in 19 pandemic in the U. S. Plus, a group of prominent Republican strategists are urging other Republicans. To vote for a Democrat Joe Biden. Those stories next. But first the news Live from NPR news. I'm nor Rahm Vice President Mike Pence in the Corona Virus Task force made a more direct plea toe Americans today. Toe wear face coverings as Karina virus cases a right rise in the South. NPR's Frank Ordo Nia's reports. Vice President Mike Pence wore a mass to today's Corona Virus Taskforce press briefing, He joined Surgeon General Jerome Adams and other task force members who pleaded with Americans to heed their advice and please Please. Please. Where a faith covering when you go out in public. It is not an inconvenience. It is not a suppression of your freedom. It actually is a vehicle to achieve our goals. Adams called wearing a mask an instrument of freedom and said it adds to people's conveniences because it allows more places to open and stay open. Franco or Dona as NPR news earlier in the day, infectious disease expert Dr Anthony found, she warned. If people don't follow public health recommendations, new cases in the U. S could increase to 100,000 day. In India. The prime minister has announced the extension of the Corona virus welfare program that's been distributing free food to 800 million people on early, strict lock down, left millions of Indians out of work and hungry. NPR's Lauren Frayer has more Prime Minister Narendra Modi says India's Corona virus deaths are under control, but that the country is at a critical juncture and that carelessness is on the rise. He cautioned Indians to wear masks and keep social distancing. India officially ended its Corona virus locked down in early June. But schools gyms, Metro's and cinemas remain shut. NPR's Lauren Frayer reporting In Atlanta. Former police officer Garrett Wolfe has been granted 1/2 $1,000,000 bond. Ralph is facing mortar to murder charges in the killing of Ray Shard Brooks outside a Wendy's earlier this month. Remember Station W. A. B. Emily Green reports. The hearing held over Zoom lasted two hours. Roth Defense attorneys argue that the former police officer is neither a flight risk nor a danger to the community. Prosecutors countered that Ralph is of low moral character evidence by what they say is video of him kicking Rashard Brooks, after shooting in Brooks, his wife to make a Miller tearfully urged the judge not to grant Bond Can't sleep tonight with some scares, and if you leave, I'll get all the immense where my mental state would be. Superior Court Judge Jane Barwick said the issue before her isn't Ralphs Kilter. In a sense, she granted Ralph the bond on condition that he surrender his passport where an ankle monitor and have no contact with police officers or witnesses in the case. For NPR News, Um Emily Green. In Atlanta Stocks closed higher. Today. The Dow gained 217 points. This is NPR. With a stroke of a pen. Mississippi governor Tate raves retired his state's flag today, the last in the nation to include the Confederate battle emblem. The state Legislature had approved the change yesterday, too, and the official inclusion of a symbol that's been a source of division for decades. Ah commission will come up with a new design that may not include the Confederate emblem but must include the words in God we trust European plane maker Airbus says it will cut around 15,000 jobs worldwide to make it through the Corona virus downturn. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports, about 10,000 of those jobs will be in France and Germany. Other cuts will come in Spain, the UK and elsewhere. Airbus says its future is at stake after the grown a virus pandemic has paralyzed the air travel industry. The company is basing the restructuring on a 40% drop in aircraft production for two years. But Airbus still faces tough talks with government and unions. A British union called the measures industrial vandalism. There's also expected to be political pushback in France for the government recently announced a 15 billion euro aid package for the aviation industry. Eleanor Beardsley. NPR NEWS PARIS, The European Union gave approval to admit visitors from more than a dozen countries beginning to move Narrow. The list does not include the US, which has the most covert 19 cases. Officials say that the list of approved countries will be reviewed every two weeks. Countries will be added when their infection rates dropped a level similar to the YOU average. I'm Nora Rahm. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, supporting those working towards a day when no one has to choose between paying rants, putting food on the table and protecting their health and the health of others are w J f dot or GE. You're listening to all things considered on 90.3 Que ese. You taking a look at your weather The National Weather Service expects cloudy skies tonight across the Monterey Bay area. Hello will be around 54 degrees in Monterey, 49 in Carmel Valley and 52 in Santa Cruz. The time now is 506 This is 90.3 k c u On a Tuesday. It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Mary Louise Kelly and I'm Ari Shapiro, 2.6 million people in this country have now been infected with covert 19 according to Johns Hopkins University. And even as new cases sword, Dr Anthony Fauci told Congress today that things could get much worse. We're now having 40 plus 1000 new cases a day. I would not be surprised if we go up to 100,000 day. If this does not turn around, and so I am very concerned. NPR's Will. Stone has been looking into what is driving this surgeon cases and he joins us now welcome. Hi, Ari. Texas, Arizona and Florida are among the states seeing staggering increases in new infections. What's going on there? Yes, huge increases in those states. Over the past two weeks, Arizona's had an 85% jump in new infections in Texas. It's more than 130%. And the governors of both states have been candid. The trends are really alarming, and what happened is TheStreet. It's opened up relatively quickly. They relaxed restrictions on businesses and public health experts say they just never had the virus fully under control. I spoke to Pia McDonald, She's an infectious disease epidemiologist with Artie. I international. I think tank based in North Carolina, she says. The states we're not doing enough testing. They weren't pushing mass in social distancing. It was like they were going back to normal. Also, it's about the messaging to the public about reopening. It's not re opening businesses usual. It is re opening in a profoundly new way. We need to go about our business. Quite a number of years. Now. So far, we're not seeing the same death rate we saw in the Northeast. That's partly because there's a lag and reported death, So we just have to wait and see. And another reason is that younger adults make up a big share these new cases and they're less likely to get seriously ill and die. And do experts know why Younger people are getting infected in higher numbers this time around. It's hard to know exactly. But experts say it makes sense. The younger adults are more likely to start venturing out as society reopens. Whether that's going to restaurants or social gatherings and 2030 year olds are also more likely to work in the businesses that are reopening, which then puts them at risk as they head backto work. Of course, it's also behavior. We have all seen scenes of young people crowded together on beaches and in bars, not wearing mass and not really practicing social distancing. So how are these states that are seeing huge jumps like Arizona, Texas and Florida trying to get the numbers under control? Well, one thing they're doing is shutting down bars, which can be a real problem. There've been quite a few reports now of large clusters of Corona virus case is connected to a night out at a bar. I spoke to talk Dr Thomas Cy at Harvard about this question. He and his colleagues looked at the effect of shutdown orders in different states, and one of their conclusions was that limits on bars and restaurants appeared to be the single most effective social distancing order. And he says, You have to think of reopening as this Dia, which you would just depending on the risk in the community. You don't want to dial up something that you can't put the lid back on right. You wanna dial up the things that you can do with golf course opening very easy, likely toe, not making cases worse, And then, if you need a shot golf courses down, it's really easy to do now. A lot of states and South. They opened up with bars and restaurants first, and clearly we can see what's happened..

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