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"judy huff" Discussed on WTOP
"Angeles County jury delivered the verdict in favor of Judy huff and awarded her $500,000. The lawsuit was filed in 2014 and Gloria allred is one of hoth's lawyers. Today our client, Judy huff, one real change. Because she fought Bill Cosby. One step at a time for over 7 and a half years. The jury's decision comes nearly a year after Cosby's Pennsylvania criminal conviction for sexual assault was thrown out and he was freed from prison. Up ahead here in money news. The Dow is down 295 points. D.C. home prices just had lower. I'm Jeff label. It's 9 48. Okay, it's back over to Jack in the traffic center. Hard with some late delays, Howard county running 32 eastbound as you get out of glenelg as you ride eastbound before Lyndon church road, the crash had been along the right side of the roadway. No lanes moving, southbound on route one and Elk ridge, all traffic detours at Dorsey run road because of a crash. Now, you will find we're very slow, 95 southbound headed to the crash or happened early this morning under the Gorman road overpass, putting it between the rest area and two 16, three lanes to the left will continue to get you by. The work zone, possibly two, if you're running southbound on the BW Parkway between one 75 and 32, the work zone had been along the right side of the roadway, you're going to find the left lane block, the right side is getting by, park police advised, this will be in place till about three today. We've got two very separate delays as you approach 32 and then some slowing as you approach one 98. All right, we've got really no bellway slowdowns through Montgomery and prince George's county. There was a little bit heavy on the interloop of the beltway. As you roll down toward Pennsylvania avenue, unclear if maybe we've got a mobile sweeping crew. Definitely slow on the beltway in Alexandria on the outer loop in the through lanes near route one, the work is setting up along the right side. Cruz and Della plane dealing with the crash west on 66 out of New York City 23 along the right side, mobile work crew had been north on the George Washington Parkway up near turkey run, the delays easing back the crews had been working along the left side. You'll find maybe alternating traffic in Great Falls, we'd had work on Georgetown pike out in your spring veil road. Play the 5 news show me scratch offs from the Maryland lottery. The smallest prize you could win is double your money. The biggest prize is $1 million. Please play responsibly. Jack Taylor WTO P traffic. Okay, my center, we have a fairly nice morning here. What do you have for the rest of our forecast? It is going to become very active this afternoon. You're right there right now, it's fairly quiet across the region. But we
"judy huff" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Barr. John ball, thank you very much. The Senate last night took its initial procedural vote on the first bipartisan gun reform measure in years, senator John cornyn the lead GOP negotiator said the plan for his federal dollars into helping states implement so called red flag laws. This grant program will give every state funding that implements programs that they themselves have adopted to stop individuals in crisis from reaching the point of violence or self harm. Senator cornyn also says it would enhance background checks and give up authorities up to ten business days to review the juvenile and mental health records of gun purchasers young and then 21. President Joe Biden will call on Congress to enact a gasoline tax holiday as he looks to lower soaring pump prices heading into summer. According to a person familiar with the matter, Biden will make a statement today calling on Congress to enact the pause. Officials in Afghanistan say at least a thousand people have died in an earthquake there, at least 1500 others were injured in the 6.1 magnitude quake near Pakistan's border earlier this morning. A jury in California signed it with a woman who filed a sex abuse lawsuit against comedian Bill Cosby. Jurors found Cosby sexually abused the then 16 year old girl at the Playboy mansion in 1975. The jury awarded Judy huff now 64, a half a $1 million, Gloria allred, is one of hoth's attorneys. Today, our client
"judy huff" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Judy huff, one real change. Because she fought Bill Cosby. One step at a time for over 7 and a half years. Attorney Gloria allred Cosby has denied the allegations. One of the greatest NFL tight ends ever. Rob Gronkowski has announced his retirement at age 33. It comes three years after his initial decision to walk away from the sport. Gronkowski has won four super bowls with the New England Patriots and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Live in the Bloomberg interactive broker studios, this is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick tech powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than a 120 countries, a Michael Barr, this is Bloomberg, Tom Paul. I'm glad you bring this up. I was going to go another angle, but let's talk about mister Romero's key now. The thing with Brady is he was drafted like what the 14th round. Did anybody know who Gronkowski was an Arizona before he was Gronkowski? I don't believe so. I didn't hear the name, but yeah. Okay. Richard sings his second round pick. Well, yeah, but his second round, 2010 draft, 42nd pick. I get that, but the guy sort of like Brady, they made themselves as prose. Yeah, I mean, we knew we had, we had talent and that's why he went to second round, but as in terms of like, you know, I'm going to wow the world, I'm not so sure because we knew that at the time. He's taken over Bloomberg business sports. Is he going to do the media thing like Brady? Do you know what he did? It's very smart to do this. He said, now he made about $70 million in his career, playing football. Never touched that, he lived off all of his endorsements. Really? Yeah. Which is very smart. That is. You don't hear that very often. No, you don't. I wish I could do something. I was gonna say, I'd live off my endorsements, but danger. That much as well. I mean, is this expected that he's retiring? He's been beat up a lot. He's had injuries. When he came back from when mister Brady asked him to come back. And then when another Super Bowl, so he won the others. So I'm confused. Is Brady retired or not? No. Brady's coming back. I think he's coming back. Gronkowski's not got it. Michael, thank you so much. Bloomberg business of sports paw in 15 minutes. We get the headlines of the testimony at 10 a.m., David Rosenberg will join us here in the backside of this, this is not normal testimony from the chairman of the reserve. It'll be interesting. Tech testifying in front of the U.S. Senate will be interesting again, I think Katie lions was saying in the last hour, the tone that the fed chairman Jay Powell will meet because clearly inflation is on everybody's top of the list type of issues to deal with here and to what extent can this Federal Reserve try to tame this inflation when in reality is a lot of it is energy. A lot of it is food, commodities that are generally outside the purview of the Federal Reserve, but again, looking at that core inflation, what can the fed do? And I think that's going to be the line of questions. I've looked at charts. I tried to do one a day of like food like milk or like cattle with Emory Horton. She cans tomatoes in the summer. Does she? She doesn't. She's like earth girl. Yeah, she's, you know, cannon tomato. Tomatoes are up 50%. 5 zero. Are they really? Wholesale. I don't know. Rich is my go to guy. It was my go to guy on all things. Like food commodities. Stay where this feature is at negative 55. This
"judy huff" Discussed on WTOP
"Ashburn at 73, at 73 as well outside the TOP studios. At 8 40, a newly obtained document shows that a woman accused Washington commander's owner Dan Snyder of sexually harassing and assaulting her on a team plane in 2009, and that the woman was later paid $1.6 million to settle her claims. The details came in a letter written by a lawyer working for the team, which was obtained by The Washington Post. The letter also argued the woman's claims were not credible. Meantime, a congressional panel is focusing on the commanders and allegations of workplace misconduct at the team, Snyder is not going to testify, but NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will be testifying, and we get details from WTO's Mitchell Miller today on the hill. The House oversight committee had hoped to hear testimony from team owner Daniel Snyder, but his attorney has said he's on a trip overseas and can't appear before the panel. That's upset committee chair Carolyn maloney, who says he could have testified remotely. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will testify remotely. He was criticized in a round table held by the committee earlier this year, which included comments from Melanie coburn, a former marketing director and cheerleader for the team, who charges the league didn't do enough to follow up on allegations of misconduct. Roger Goodell's claimed that he was trying to protect us is outrageous and cowardly. The public optics of him caring is appalling. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO. The hearing begins at 11 o'clock this morning and you can watch it live at WTO dot com. In Los Angeles, a jury has cited against Bill Cosby in a civil suit. The jury found Bill Cosby liable in the lawsuit filed by Judy huff. She accused Cosby of sexually assaulting her in 1975 when she was just 16 years old. The alleged assault took place at the Playboy mansion, the jury awarded now 64 years old, $500,000, Cosby did not attend the trial. He has repeatedly denied huffs, allegations. Steve utter man CBS News, Los Angeles. Lawmakers want to ensure the Defense Department has a stock of rare earth minerals for future fighting systems. We get more on that with federal news networks. Scott mascioni. The Senate armed services committee wants to authorize a $1 billion for the national defense stockpile in 2023. That would double the value of rare earth minerals the Defense Department masses for rainy days concerns over the national defense stockpile rose during COVID as supply chains dried up. Many military officials and lawmakers are concerned that China is becoming the United States only source to get some critical elements for making weapons. Scott mascioni, federalist network. Still it had some tax cuts in Virginia. It's 8 43. Hi guys, are you struggling with
"judy huff" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Now, with the latest news from New York City and around the world, here's Michael Barr. Lisa Tom Kayleigh the Senate last night took its initial procedural vote on the first bipartisan gun reform measure in years. Senator John cornyn, the lead GOP negotiator said the plan pours federal dollars into helping states implement so called red flag laws. This grant program will give you every state funding that implements programs that they themselves have adopted to stop individuals in crisis from reaching the point of violence or self harm. Senator cornyn also says it would enhance background checks and give authorities up to ten business days to review the juvenile and mental health records of gun purchasers, younger than 21. President Joe Biden will ask for Congress to enact a gasoline tax holiday today. Bloomberg's at Baxter reports. The president is trying to cool the soaring pump prices as we head into the summer travel season. Mister Biden says it will not hurt infrastructure. Is it going to, in fact, make it difficult to maintain our roads? The answer is we have plenty of capacity to do that. Biden also says in the long run there is plenty of oil to drill 9000 oil fields. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter Bloomberg radio. A jury in California sided with a woman who filed a sex abuse lawsuit against comedian Bill Cosby, jurors found Cosby sexually abused the then 16 year old girl at the Playboy mansion in 1975. The lawsuit was filed by Judy huff now 64. The jury awarded her a half $1 million. A red air passenger jet with a 126 people on board burst into flames when its landing gear collapsed after touchdown in Miami international airport last night from the Dominican Republic. Three people suffered minor injuries. A powerful earthquake struck a rural mountainous region of eastern Afghanistan near the Pakistani border, killing at least 920 people in injuring another 600 others. It was a 6.1 magnitude quake. Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios, this is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered
"judy huff" Discussed on WTOP
"Our client Judy huff. One real change. Because she fought Bill Cosby. One step at a time for over 7 and a half years. The jury's decision comes nearly a year after Cosby's Pennsylvania criminal conviction for sexual assault was thrown out and he was freed from prison. The Department of Homeland Security is making some big changes to its disciplinary processes. Federal news networks Justin Doubleday has more. Homeland Security secretary Alejandro mayorkas is directing DHS components to centralize disciplinary actions. Allegations of serious misconduct will be handled by a dedicated group of trained professionals who are not the employees immediate supervisor. DHS is also refining its disciplinary guidance to ensure penalties match the severity of the misconduct. Mayorkas directed the changes after unpublished inspector general findings came to light showing sexual misconduct in domestic violence going overlooked or largely unpunished at some DHS law enforcement components. Justin Doubleday, federal news network, coming up eastern Ukraine tries to withstand a withering Russian assault. 5 44. Here's Sean Frazier, the federal chief security officer at opta on the discussion, adopting a zero trust security model sponsored by octa. As we think about identity now, we now look identity as critical infrastructure, right? So identity is critical to get access to the applications and also is the most attractive front door for attackers. But yeah, it's an exciting time of consolidation and bringing that to the fore, because again he is critical infrastructure now. Listen to the entire discussion on federal news network, search octa. President Biden's executive order on cybersecurity is a solid step toward creating a resilient cyber infrastructure for
"judy huff" Discussed on WTOP
"Of uncertainty. They start to landing, but it couldn't. They will start broken. I don't know. We thought that it was going to like roll over. Yeah, actually. Mac piper, CBS News. The plane with a 140 people on board was inbound from the Dominican Republic. Triple-A says gas prices are unchanged from yesterday, the national average still four 96. Its higher in 20 states and the District of Columbia and well above $6 in California. President Biden still said to be considering temporarily suspending the federal tax on gasoline, but analyst Patrick dehan says that could cause other problems. It exacerbates the situation by causing maybe more Americans to hit the road if prices do go down 20 cents a gallon. And that could cause more of an imbalance between supply and demand that could eventually push prices up. Three of Yellowstone national parks 5 entrances will open at 8 this morning local time for the first time since record flooding last month reshaped the park's rivers and canyons. Some of the more popular wildlife viewing areas will remain closed, however, possibly for months. More bad news for disgraced comedian Bill Cosby a verdict in the civil trial in the case of a woman who said Cosby forced her to perform a sex act at the Playboy mansion in 1975, when she was 16. The jury found that Bill Cosby intentionally caused harmful sexual conduct with Judy huff and that he reasonably believed she was under 18. She was awarded $500,000 in damages. CBS's Steve futterman. Who's out there side hustling. Ted rossman at bankrate dot com on a new survey. The likelihood of a side hustle declines with age. However, it's boomers that are bringing in the most money from their side hustles. I think probably reflecting all the years of skills and relationships that they've built, at least 255 people dead in an earthquake in Afghanistan. This is CBS new intent security
"judy huff" Discussed on WTOP
"Classroom door was not locked. How about trying the door? And see if it's unlocked in the end of course, no one had. Arradondo has said he didn't consider himself the person in charge and earlier this month, he insisted quote not a single responding officer ever hesitated, even for a moment to put themselves at risk to save the children. Some victims families are calling for arradondo to be fired. The January 6th House select committee during its fourth hearing has focused on former president Trump's attempts to pressure state officials to overturn the 2020 election results. Committee member Adam Schiff during questioning of Georgia Secretary of State Brad raffensperger, played a call between the former president and raffensperger in which the Secretary of State stressed to Trump. Mister secretary, you tried to push back when the president made these unsupported claims whether they were about suitcases of ballots. Or that Biden votes were counted three times. Let's play the next clip. They did not put that fleet. We did an audit of that and was proved conclusively that they were not scant three times. The next hearing is on Thursday. A Los Angeles jury finds that Bill Cosby sexually abused a 16 year old girl at the Playboy mansion in 1975. CBS D futterman with the latest. The jury found that Bill calls be intentionally caused harmful sexual conduct with Judy huff and that he reasonably believed she was under 18. Huth who was 16 at the time of the alleged incident is now 64. She was awarded $500,000 in damages. After the decision was announced huth called her 7 year legal fight torture, but said this is a big victory. The lawsuit was allowed to proceed because huth was a minor when the incident took place a Cosby spokesman says there will be an appeal. On Wall Street, the Dow closed up 641 points. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment, top news from WTO P 24/7 360 five. Listen on air on Alexa and on the WTO app
Civil jury finds Bill Cosby sexually abused teenager in 1975
"There's a verdict in the Bill Cosby sexual assault lawsuit near Los Angeles a civil jury in Santa Monica California has found that Bill Cosby did sexually abuse a 16 year old girl at the Playboy mansion in 1975 the Los Angeles County jury delivered the verdict in favor of Judy huff who is now 64 and awarded her half a $1 million Juris found that Cosby intentionally caused harmful sexual contact with huff that he reasonably believed that she was under 18 and that his conduct was driven by unnatural or abnormal sexual interest in a minor It is a major defeat for the 84 year old entertainer who was once held as America's dad It comes nearly a year after
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"Says there's been more than 2700 delays and cancellations across the U.S. today alone. New York City's major airports, along with Chicago's O'Hare, LAX and Dallas Fort Worth, top the website's misery index map as if this afternoon. Police in New York City say a taxicab hit a cyclist before hitting pedestrians on a sidewalk that left three in critical condition, three or in non critical condition, two of the victims were pinned against a building in police said people nearby tried to lift the cab off of them. Taxi driver is one of the injured victims, authorities said the incident appears to be accidental, but the investigation is still underway. Jury deliberations are beginning from scratch today in a lawsuit against Bill Cosby and alternate juror is now considering the case in Los Angeles County after a manger had to leave for a prior commitment. Judy huff claims Cosby molested her at the Playboy mansion in the 1970s when she was a teenager. The comedian denies the allegations. I'm Lisa Taylor and I'm Erica Hurst, it's from the Bloomberg newsroom. Former treasury secretary Lawrence summer spoke Monday in London and said he thinks the U.S. jobless rate would need to rise above 5% for a sustained period in order to curb inflation that's running at the hottest pace in four decades. Summer says he supports abandoning Ford guidance and fears the U.S. faces elements of secular stagflation and stagnation. Meanwhile, after a conversation with summers, President Biden spoke Monday in Delaware, reiterating that a U.S. recession is not inevitable. Following an emergency meeting last week, European Central Bank president Christine Lagarde restated officials intentions Monday to raise interest rates in July and September signaling that concerns over financial market tensions aren't derailing the fight against inflation. It's a holiday shortened week on Wall Street, but federal chairman Jerome Powell has his work cut out for him. Bloomberg Susanna Palmer has more. Trader is paused to honor Juneteenth today. On Wednesday, Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell appears before lawmakers in the Senate. He visits the house on Thursday. He'll likely be grilled on what a more aggressive fed could mean for jobs and for the economy. Also on Thursday, the fed will release the results of its 2022 stress tests. In this round, the largest U.S. banks will be tested against a hypothetical massive surge in unemployment and a crash in commercial real estate. Susanna Palmer, Bloomberg, radio. Checking the global markets, the FTSE in London gained one and a half percent. The cat in Paris closed ahead a third of a percent, the Dax in Germany was up almost 1%. The nikkei in Japan closed down three quarters of a percent, the hang seng in Hong Kong finished up .42% and China's CSI 300 closed up a half a percent and a programming note tune in tomorrow for an interview with Elon Musk, the Tesla CEO sits down for a conversation with Bloomberg news editor in chief John McAuliffe on Bloomberg radio and television. Global news 24 hours a day and on air on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries. I'm Erica Hurst, quiz
Cosby lawyer urges jurors to consider only proof from trial
"Cruising arguments have been made in the sexual abuse trial of Bill Cosby in California Here's what the jurors got to hear A prosecutor told jurors they should know in their hearts that Bill Cosby did sexually assault Judy huff at the Playboy mansion in 1975 when she was just 16 and that they should hold him accountable for that an attorney for the comedian told the panel to look past years of public accusations against the actor and comedian and consider only what was presented in this case Cosby's lawyers say this in the matter at hand hoth in her attorneys did not come close to proving what they call a 50 year old he said she said case Cosby did not testify in the civil lawsuit the jury did see a 2015 deposition that he gave in it he denies any sexual contact between him and huff she says however he forced her to do a sex act on him I'm Oscar wells
"judy huff" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly Authorities in Oklahoma say a man shot and killed four people at a medical building in Tulsa yesterday Officers immediately rushed to the second floor of the location where the shooting was taking place when they got there They found people have been shot That's police captain Richard mullenburg the gunman was also killed police believe he took his own life A civil trial involving comedian Bill Cosby is underway in Los Angeles That trial is occurring nearly a year after Cosby's sexual assault conviction in Pennsylvania was overturned John horn with member station KPCC has more The lawsuit filed in 2014 accuses Cosby of giving alcohol to and sexually assaulting a then 16 year old Judy huff at the Playboy mansion in 1975 Lawyers for the 85 year old comedian acknowledge Cosby met huff but say he did not assault her They also say she was 18 at the time The attorneys also noted that huff has changed the year in which she alleges Cosby assaulted her The comedian has invoked his Fifth Amendment right and does not plan to testify at or attend the trial Unlike a criminal case the standard of proof in civil cases is a preponderance of evidence not beyond a reasonable doubt For NPR news I'm John horne in Los Angeles This is NPR news from Washington This is WNYC in New York it's 7 32 good morning I'm David first Hybrid work may be a reality for many New Yorkers but mayor Adams is doubling down on in person jobs for city workers at least for now WNYC is Elizabeth Kim reports Adams has consistently argued that all employees need to return to the office to contribute to the city's economy or ecosystem as he likes to call it While he says he wants municipal workers to lead by example he now says that a limited amount of remote work may be possible in the.
Distraught teen told of Cosby sex abuse, friend testifies
"The first day of testimony is done in the Bill Cosby sexual assault case in California I want to go I want to leave Those are the words of witnesses a 16 year old Judy huff told her minutes after a force sexual encounter with Bill Cosby at the Playboy mansion in the mid 1970s Donna Samuelson huff's best friend at the time was the first witness in the case in which hoth is suing Cosby for assault Samuelson who was just 17 said she wanted to spend the rest of the day at the famed celebrity playpen and was upset that her year younger friend wanted to leave until she told her Cosby had tried to have sex with her Samuelson shot two photos of Cosby and huffed together that day images shown constantly to the jury on day one of the trial A Moscow's Gabriel
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"For baby formula this afternoon the president meets virtually with infant formula manufacturers What will come of this The AP's Sagar Meghani The meeting is expected to give an update on administration efforts to speed formula from overseas to the U.S. and on using the defense production act to ramp up domestic production While those measures will help they will not immediately end a shortage that has left parents and caregivers facing empty store shelves or limits on how much formula they can buy Investigators have been trying to interview uvalde Texas school district police chief Pete arradondo who state police have said was the commander at the school shooting scene in which 21 people were killed last week The 80s Julie Walker The Texas Department of Public Safety says they want to talk to Pete Aranda who was in charge about why he waited over an hour while parents and officers from other law enforcement agencies wanted to go into the school and students inside were calling 9-1-1 The director of DPS said that was the wrong decision believing the gunman was barricaded inside and children were not at risk At one point a man answering the door at his home told a reporter for us he was indisposed and that the truth will come out The U.S. will send Ukraine some medium range rocket systems a critical weapon that Ukrainian leaders have been pleading for as they struggle to stall Russian progress in the Donbass region The FBI says it's foiled a planned cyberattack on a children's hospital in Boston This is a pin used The AP's Oscar wills Gabriel reports that a new Bill Cosby sex assault trial gets underway today Bill Cosby will be sitting this one out the aging comedian to remain at his home near Philadelphia on his attorneys duke it out with accuser Judy huff in a suburban Los Angeles courthouse huff claims Cosby took her to the Playboy mansion in 1975 and forced her to perform a sex act on him She said she was 16 at the time The case will hinge mainly on her memory of the incident along with photo and archive evidence her side will present to support her claim Cosby's attorneys do acknowledge Cosby took Hough to the Playboy mansion but they insist there was no sexual assault and that huff was not a minor A Moscow's Gabrielle The white hot demand for U.S. workers cooled a bit in April employers advertised 11.4 million jobs at the end of April That from the Labor Department this morning I'm Rita foley AP news This is 8 20 a.m. WCT willow springs And streaming worldwide at WCT 8 20 dot com We are Chicago's progressive chalk where facts matter Now UW CPG 8 20 Chicago traffic updates Follow the patient for freeway inbound traffic is packed from a 111th street up to 95th on the inbound Ryan where there's a crash the travel time has ballooned It's 55 minutes to get from 89 to four to the ride and the inbound Ryan trip time from 95th to downtown is 24 minutes it's heavy around 95th up to 69 and then also it is savvy from 47th to near downtown Chicago There's also a crash at cermak on the right shoulder Inbound can any of the trip time O heritage downtown is 33 minutes of the Eisenhower still heavy at 51 there's a medical emergency at Cicero on the right shoulder So the Stevenson with a trip time of 42 minutes for the veterans memorial to saw the Lake.
Cosby faces sex abuse allegations again as civil trial opens
"A new Bill Cosby's sexual assault case gets underway today Bill Cosby will be sitting this one out the aging comedian to remain at his home near Philadelphia while his attorneys duke it out with accuser Judy huff in a suburban Los Angeles courthouse huth claims Cosby took her to the Playboy mansion in 1975 and forced her to perform a sex act on him she says she was 16 at the time the case will hinge mainly on her memory of the incident along with photo and archive evidence her side will present to support her claim Cosby's attorneys do acknowledge Cosby took Hough to the Playboy mansion but they insist there was no sexual assault and that huff was not a minor I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Bill Cosby lawyers cry foul as civil sex assault trial looms
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"judy huff" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"James lankford of Oklahoma sounded off on the plan Is literally a drop in the barrel at that point What really needs to be done is to dramatically increase production not just for the United States and for our consumers but worldwide Biden said recently the United States will release additional barrels of oil as conditions warrant That comes as the price of gas keeps rising as the Russian invasion of Ukraine goes on triple-A says the average price of gas around the nation is just short of 360 a gallon Ukrainians are being called on to take up arms and defend their country against Russia and former Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko is one of those who has answered the call He's seen in a video that's gone viral calling out Russia's leader as he carries a rifle on the streets of the capital We can meet hell and the Russian people and the Russian soldier who come here to kill Ukrainians will pay the big price Ukraine's current president volodymyr zelensky has said the future of European security is being decided right now in Ukraine If you're a fan of genuine real deal Russian vodka and live in Ohio you better hope you're all stocked up Yesterday governor Mike dewine directed state commerce officials to cease the purchase and sale of all vodka made by the Russian company Russian standard vodka In addition liquor vendors in the Buckeye state have been directed to immediately pull green Mark vodka and Russian standard vodka from their shelves Jurors in Kentucky are getting to see the apartment where Breonna Taylor was killed She remembers were taken to the Louisville apartment on Friday as part of the 12th former detective Brent hankinson Hankinson is accused of endangering neighbors when he fired his gun during the police raid that led to Taylor's death about two years ago He was not permitted to talk about what they saw And emotions hearing is set for Monday in California in connection with the lawsuit against Bill Cosby Judy huff alleges that Cosby sexually assaulted her at the Playboy mansion in 1974 when she was 15 years old I'm Mark Mayfield NATO's response force is being activated for the first time ever as a Russian invasion of Ukraine rolls on NATO secretary general yen sulzberg says the movie is meant to send a clear message that every inch of NATO territory will be protected It is important to make sure that we don't have even bigger crisis in Europe where Russia challenge or is threatening or attacking any NATO allied country NATO's response force is made up of 40,000 land air maritime and special operations personnel that can be deployed on short notice While Ukraine is notably not a member of NATO it is bordered by several NATO countries and has sought to become a member state something that Russian president Vladimir Putin has long reeled against Germany says it supports restricting Russia from the swift banking system The move comes after days of debate among EU members on whether to include the global interbank payment system in the next set of sanctions to cripple Russia's economy German foreign minister annalena Barack and German economics minister Robert habeck made the announcement in a joint tweet on Saturday President Biden has yet to publicly support the move The White House is sharing video of President Biden selecting his nominee for the Supreme Court I like you to go to the Supreme Court How about that I would be so honored An administration official shared the video on Twitter of Biden calling judge katangi Brown Jackson Biden called her incredibly well qualified while adding the court should look like the country and a Lakers superstar is about to co produce a TV documentary about a Dodgers legend The Hollywood Reporter says LeBron James is part of the production team behind after Jackie the two hour documentary focuses on the black Major League Baseball players who follow Jackie Robinson after he broke the MLB color barrier in 1947 Some of the players confirmed to appear in the documentary include former Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia and Dodger outfielder Mookie betts The two hour documentary is set to air on the history channel the air date not known I am Mark Mayfield Now those Bloomberg sports update with a Monday deadline to salvage opening day the two sides in the baseball negotiations remain far apart after a 6th straight day of talks the union upset with management's response to their latest proposal with Kevin Durant expected back within the next week and with Goran dragach making his Brooklyn debut that that's got it done in Milwaukee rallying to beat the bucks one 26 one 23 a strong 43 point third quarter was a big help 38 of the game for Kyrie Irving dragic had 6 points he played 14 minutes that it's also say Ben Simmons still is not ready to play He's got some back soreness This afternoon that exos James Harden and Philadelphia College ball scene hall got 30 from Jared roden to win at Xavier 82 66 Rutgers fell at home to number 13 Wisconsin 66 61 A one nothing rangers loss in Pittsburgh evgeny malkin scored on the power play 5 minutes into the third the only goal allowed by Igor shish turkey Jacob trouba says it was just one of those afternoons The good team has a good game Both boys played well So one nothing game Let's say we deserve to win but could have gone either way So those games here don't think about it much kind of move on going tomorrow It's not a whole lot of negatives to take We didn't play a terrible game There's some positive we can look at and move on The rangers are home tonight for Vancouver The midpoint of the islanders 5 game road trip saw the blues 5 two to the kings in LA The fallout continues for Phil Mickelson after those comments he made in which he seemed to support a Saudi bout golf league expressing few reservations about working with the Saudis despite the murder four years ago of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi and their record on human rights Now American Express says Mickelson will no 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"judy huff" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"For a time capsule from 18 87, after a towering statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee that stood for more than a century was removed yesterday, lawmakers and state historical workers along with activists gathered to unveil a new Time council. They're putting into a part of the old statues base, but crews are having a hard time finding the original time capsule, which is believed to contain Confederate memorabilia. The new time capsule will have, among other things, and expired. Covid vaccine vial of black lives matter sticker and picture of a black ballerina with her fist raised next to the statue for other city owned statues have already been removed, but courts had blocked the removal of the state owned statue until a state Supreme Court ruling allowed its removal this week. Jessica Rosenthal. Fox News the White House, confirming that former federal agent and gun control advocate David Shipman is no longer the nominee for ATF director but adds there in discussions about other possible roles for Chipman in the federal government. One of Bill Cosby's accusers apparently slams the brakes on his post prison plans for a comedy tour. TMZ reporting that Cosby's Rep. Andrew Wyatt says that the tour is being halted because of a civil lawsuit by Judy Huff, who accuses Cosby of sexually assaulting her at the Playboy mansion in the 19 seventies, when she was just 15 years old. The lawsuit had been paused while Cosby went on trial for the sexual assault of another woman, Andrea Constand. Cosby spent 3.5 years in prison before that verdict was overturned in June by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court due to prosecutorial misconduct. Cosby's rep says the comedian doesn't want to tour right now because he's concerned about how the media would react to it. Talks is my guns, all men, stocks have been fluctuating between positive and negative territory right now. The Dow is down 178 points.
"judy huff" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Time capsule from 18 87 after a towering statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee that stood for more than a century was removed. Yesterday, lawmakers and state historical workers along with activists gathered to unveil a new Time council. They're putting into a part of the old statues base. Crews are having a hard time finding the original time capsule, which is believed to contain Confederate memorabilia. The new time capsule will have, among other things, and expired Covid vaccine vial, a black lives matter sticker and picture of a black ballerina, with her fist raised next to the statue for other city owned statues have already been removed, but courts had blocked the removal of the state owned statue until a state Supreme Court ruling. Allowed its removal this week. Jessica Rosenthal Fox News the White House, confirming that former federal agent and gun control advocate David Shipman is no longer the nominee for a T F director, but adds there in discussions about other possible roles for Chipman in the federal government. One of Bill Cosby's accusers apparently slams the brakes on his post prison plans for a comedy tour. TMZ reporting that Cosby's Rep. Andrew Wyatt says that the tour is being halted because of a civil lawsuit by Judy Huff, who accuses Cosby of sexually assaulting her at the Playboy mansion in the 19 seventies, when she was just 15 years old. The lawsuit had been paused while Cosby went on trial for the sexual assault of another woman, Andrea Constand. Cosby spent 3.5 years in prison before that verdict was overturned in June by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court due to prosecutorial misconduct. Cosby's rep says the comedian doesn't want to tour right now because he's concerned about how the media would react to it. Taxes, My guns, all men, stocks have been fluctuating between positive and negative territory right now. The Dow is down 178 points.
"judy huff" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I'm Sean Carlson. Disgraced comedian Bill Cosby has been back at home in Shelton Ham, Pennsylvania, just outside Philadelphia for a week. That's after the state Supreme Court overturned his three felony convictions. Back in 2018. A jury found Cosby guilty of three counts of drugging and sexually assaulting a former employee at Temple University, Cosby's alma mater. But just last week, the state's highest court ordered Cosby released from prison, finding that Pennsylvania's prosecutors had denied Cosby his protections against self incrimination. Our senior editor for Race and Justice Jamie Floyd sat down with victims rights attorney Gloria Allred to ask about the court's decision and what it may mean for the larger me too movement. Gloria Allred. Welcome to W. N. Y C. Thank you so much, Jamie. It's a pleasure to be invited to be with you, Gloria. You represented more than 30 women who allege they were assaulted or harassed by Bill Cosby. And Of course, you've been speaking out against the decision of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to throw out his conviction. Were you surprised at the court's decision? The news that Mr Cosby is now a free man is very upsetting news. Of course. Too many, many of the accusers of Bill Cosby Let's keep in mind that he was convicted by a jury of his peers, and that will forever be part of his reputation. That will be part of a shame. That would be part of its obituary. But there's also some good news on the horizon. Mr Cosby, as I've said he may be home, but he's not home free. We have a lawsuit filed on behalf of our client, Judy Huff, who alleges in her lawsuit that she was a victim of child sexual abuse at the Playboy Mansion. Jamie, We have been awaiting this decision by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Now that's concluded, we can take Mr Cosby's deposition. That's the big news. We can proceed. We're going to court next month. And now Mr Cosby is going to have to appear for it. He will not be able to invoke the Fifth Amendment and declined to answer our questions because The criminal case is no longer pending. But what do you say then? To the victims to the women who testified against Cosby, It's difficult to persuade victims to come forward. How will you encourage clients and victims to now come forward after this decision in this very high profile case? Well, I can tell you this, Jamie, and that's such an important question. I represent persons who allege that they are victims in the R. Kelly case. It's set for trial next month in New York. I represent 20 accusers of Jeffrey Epstein and also the Harvey Weinstein case. Of course, Harvey Weinstein is going to be extradited probably very soon within a couple weeks or less to Los Angeles. They represent two alleged victims in that case. So with all of that, having said, not one of any of them. Have contacted me and said We're not going to testify now because of what the Pennsylvania Supreme Court did. That's really important that not one of my many, many clients in many cases has contacted me and said, Oh, now we're not going to testify. We're afraid or it's meaningless or what's the point? Nobody. Has asked me that. But if anything, a lot of women are even angrier, maybe even more. So many women feel that they are willing to go forward. Women are empowered in a way they've never been before. And I've always said empowerment contagious. We are not going back and we are not going to live with fear, which only benefits sexual predators. It doesn't benefit the victim. And you have spent a career advocating for women and for victims. A lot of people linked the Cosby case to me, too. But of course you began representing his accusers back in 2014, so it really predates. The me too movement as we know it that started in 2017 with the Harvey Weinstein. As you know, accusers. Go ahead, Gloria. I was going to say, Jamie. Actually, I've been practicing law for 46 years. That's how long we've been doing The me too, movement long before there was a hashtag me too long before Celebrities started coming out in 2000 and 17 and saying, Oh, yeah, Me too, on Weinstein. I'm glad that they did because it got a lot of attention to the issue of sexual assault. Issues of employment discrimination, sexual harassment, rape and so forth. But very brave women that I've been representing, whose names nobody knew. Except for their friends, their neighbors, their families. They bravely been coming out for 46 years, so Let me tell you, this movement is continuing. We are moving forward. We are continuing with the legal reckoning. It's always two steps forward and one step back so women should not be discouraged. I'm glad you talked about the 46 years. So you know, as Dr King said, the arc of the moral universe is long, but we hope that it bends toward justice, he said. It bends towards justice. I, of course, added, we hope, but But Gloria, we remember the watershed moments glad we work, because if we just hope it's not going anywhere, But if we work work justice in the spirit A doctor Martin Luther King Jr. Then we will achieve it. Well, let me ask you then. Gloria about race. What role do you think it plays in cases like this? I know you're aware of the tensions in the black community around the Cosby case you mentioned also, of course, the R. Kelly case also A difficult one for us in the black community. What do you think about that? Disconnect if you will, especially as between black women victims and other black people who are standing with Bill Cosby. I'm so glad that you asked Jamie because this is a very significant issue. And Bill Cosby's supporters ran at one point With the message that somehow this was racism for Mr Cosby to be accused, and it's because he was an African American man. And I found that so offensive because many of the women who alleged that he drugged and sexually victimized them were African American women. How insulting don't the lives and the bodies of African American women matter. Is it okay to make them victims of gender, violence, sexual assault, rape, child sexual abuse, sexual harassment. Or suggested that somehow an African American man if he's prosecuted on those allegations, or if they testify on those allegations that somehow what happened to them should be ignored or discounted or discredited. It is absolutely outrageous because their lives matter. It's not just Bill Cosby's life that matters. They matter, Gloria Allred, I thank you so very much for your time this afternoon. Always a pleasure. Thank you. So much. Have a great day that senior Editor for Race and Justice at W N My see Jamie Floyd to read more of the conversation between Jamie and Gloria Allred, go to gothamist dot com..
"judy huff" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"San Diego is updated. Forecast. I'm ABC 10 News meteorologist Megan Perry right now at 67 degrees downtown 64. If you're in Lemon Grove in Carlsbad, 63. 2 of us to 66 Cocoa New Year's time. 5 32. Fallout from the tortilla throwing incident involving Coronado High An Orange Glen High school CF championship game, Coronado has been stripped of its championship title by the C I. F federation says it issued sanctions because there's no doubt the acting of throwing tortillas at a predominantly Latino team is unacceptable and warrants sanctions. And it means the Coronado High School Boys basketball team will be on probation through the 2023 2024 school year. Entertainer Bill Cosby is not off the legal hook. Yet. While Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned his conviction on sexual assault charges, he will still face a civil trial in L. A attorney Gloria Allred says one of her clients already filed a civil suit the cases Judy Huff versus Bill Cosby. And in that case, our client alleges in the lawsuit, she was the victim of child sexual abuse by Mr Cosby at the Playboy Mansion in southern California, Alright says now that Cosby trial is over, and he is out of prison, he will have to testify under oath. President Biden will travel to Florida today to the side of the collapsed condo tower where searchers continue to look for survivors. Both President Biden and the first lady traveled to Surfside, Florida today and are scheduled to get an in person update on recovery efforts. They will also meet with family members of victims and the missing many who have spent the past week at a makeshift resource center dedicated To the needs of relatives as they wait to hear news about their missing loved ones as rescue and recovery continues. More is being learned about the condition of the Champlain condominium from photographs and stories from repair contractors all documenting alarmingly subpar maintenance. So in about five minutes, we'll go live to Evan Brown, who's at the scene. The Covid 19 Delta variant has been detected in all 50 states now, CNN, says the 50th state to report the variant with South Dakota, which confirmed its first case Tuesday, CDC says the variant is more contagious and accounts for over 26% of all cases. As of Tuesday, experts say most covid vaccines are effective against it. The World Health Organization urging those who are fully vaccinated to continue wearing mask to help slow the spread of the variant, San Diego's police chief appealing to you To help solve crimes that have happened in just the past two weeks. I can't recall a time where we've seen this type of violence, Chief David Nice Light tells Kogo news report shows there's been a 129% increase in gang related shootings since the beginning of the year, and several crimes have occurred over the past two weeks. I think right now we're about 15% increase in homicides compared the same time last year. But these last two weeks we've seen such an increase in violence, you know, have a span bless than two weeks of eight homicides seven. Tempt homicides, a suspicious death and other acts of violence that aren't on this report. He's asking anyone with information on any crimes or ghost guns to please call San Diego police Marilyn Haider KOGO News. California's new state budget leaves out money for local health department before the pandemic. Public health labs were closed, leaving local jurisdictions responsible for mitigating.