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Virus keeps Black Friday crowds thin, shoppers shift online
"Another Black Friday's in the books but this year holiday shopping is a bit different because of the pandemic the U. S. centers for disease control describes shopping in crowded stores as a higher risk activity during the Kobe pandemic some shoppers seemed cautious like June Kim in San Francisco I was kind of interested in seeing like if there was going to be a big crowd or not and then if there was I was just gonna go home mall operators say they tried to be careful avoiding door buster specials that often have shoppers cramming together this year offering bargains online and encouraging drive up service Boston shopper Damien Oliver was pleased with his experience in a major department store lines aren't crowded and they're doing a great job practicing social distancing pandemic items are hot sellers this year game consoles cookware and pajamas four people expecting to spend a lot of time at home I'm Jackie Quinn
Donald Trump, President And North Korea discussed on Kim Komando
"Donald trump's become the first sitting president across the Korean DMZ where he met and spoke with north Korea's Kim Jong own where will lead is anyone's guess sticking point in all of this is Kim Jong il in their very first semi back in Singapore a year ago June Kim promised the president that he was going to dismantle his nuclear program and he is not even taken one step toward that goal John Roberts and sold the president on his way back from both that historic meeting and the G. twenty summit where he in Chinese president xi agreed to resume trade talks the White House economic adviser says there's no rush no promises there's no deal made there's no time table I want to emphasize that
"june kim" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"Best of venue to see Bruce that live there, Stanford, Connecticut. Best Bruce, lyric that applies to life or law. For men want to be rich. Rich man wanna be king king and satisfied till he rules everything. How about that? It's not bad. That's really solid. This is why you watch pre Berrara. We're going to do now. Lightning round in one word God or as close to one word is you can describe your old boss, Eric Holder. Committed your old boss, Loretta Lynch, dedicated your predecessor Rudy Giuliani, changed your old boss. Chuck Schumer hardest working man in show business. Your deputy from that same SDN y office June, Kim, great, man. Robert, hard, Robert Muller. Trying to write works. I have a lot of words Robert Miller hero. Andrew Cuomo pass. We don't do passes enlightening around. He's the governor. President Donald Trump. He's the president. And I didn't know there's going to be lighting around. You didn't know I would've prepared some something the whole point of the lightning round. Is you don't prepare our last question is our most ridiculous. But it does come from our research of you, your son, according to you after looking at some of your tweets said daddy, your rapper name is just ice. Why? Somebody tweeted pre what's your rapper name? And I thought it'd be an interesting thing to discuss with defensive people got upset like why are you tweeting from the dinner table, but I was trying to interest. My teenage children in a conversation with boring father. So this is my teenage thing to talk about and we came with various names, we're not very good and my son looks up and he says just ice which is a play on Justice, which is also in the title of my book. And the book do just ice doing just ice. Just I just I didn't know I was misreading the book this whole time. It's doing embarrassed, which is which is a form of drug intake. Apparently. Book is doing just ice or doing Justice. Prosecutors thoughts on crime punishment the rule of li- comes out today. Thank you for coming here. Pre. Appreciate it. New York's most powerful attorney's office is right in lower Manhattan, having prosecuted everyone from those high flying bankers too,.
"june kim" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"It's especially sensitive kind of search that has to be approved personally by the united states attorney in consultation with the criminal division in washington and the city if that's all true the city sets attorney right now as a man by the name of jeff bergman who was handpicked by the president of the united states to take over for my successor june kim and so it's an active independence on the part if this is true of the person who is now in charge of my old office so i don't know how you can complain the way the president did about you know politics or anything else that the justice department is run by his people the special counsel was appointed by his people this year was attorney is his person who i'm told he actually met with before appointing him to the position and what i've seen so far is that the muller team referred this portion of the investigation to this other just through rod rosenstein and maybe that's true is also true by the way that if the mother team needed to do an investigation that involved property records in new york city which is you know parts of this other district of new york that they would need to get a search warrant even in connection with their own investigation and to do that generally you have to go through the local us attorney's office so in lots of instances my office would have been involved with getting the search warrant because the property that was being searched was in this other district of new york even though it was someone else's case i'm not saying right this is a mother special but until i see more reporting i think that's possible i prefer thanks so much.
"june kim" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"You know it was a big frigging deal when mike flynn came to the white house says trump's first national security adviser and it turned out he was in the middle of an active counterintelligence investigation by the fbi that's a very awkward thing that's turned out to be an unsustainable thing for somebody in as sensitive job as national security adviser john bolton with the bolton project at cambridge analytica and the bolton data at cambridge analytica and his involvement in the link between the nra and russian politicians john bogan is right in the middle of this stuff too and maybe that's what he's talking with the white house lawyers about ahead of his start date on monday but this is starting to get weird i mean h r mcmaster is apparently on his way out as we will report later on this hour he is going out with a bang john bolton does appear to be on his way in but i think that that is becoming a more complicated prospect than might be brought the appreciate it all right got lots more to get to tonight including i'm very happy to tell you we've got an exclusive interview tonight with someone who has made no public comments since leaving government service months ago he's going to give his first exclusive tv interview to us tonight it's a surprise that's next stay with us in march of last year president trump abruptly fired all the us attorneys in the country including the head of the very powerful prosecutor's office and the southern district of new york preprimary the us attorney in that manhattan jurisdiction had been told by the president before then that he'd be keeping him on on that job but unexpectedly he fired pre berrara as well and this all happened as i say abruptly with no notice well in the southern district of new york amend named june kim had been pre peres deputy and when pre perahera got unexpectedly fired june kim took over that office on an acting basis he ran that office in that capacity for ten months until the first week in january when president trump's new nominee to be the new us attorney in manhattan came on in june kim has not done any tv interviews since leaving the southern district of new york but he joins us here tonight for the interview june kim former acting us attorney thank you very much for.
"june kim" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To three others acting us attorney june kim says the defendant i k ed la was expected to have a hospital court proceeding either yesterday or today federal officials say love became radicalised the internet about three years ago and started planning the manhattan attack in recent weeks and built the bomb last week court documents say he mocked president trump on facebook and possessed hand scribbled sentiments referring to death to america new york center kerstin jilib ran a sharply criticising the president over comments he made on twitter attacking her in a tweet trump claimed jila brand used to come to his office begging for campaign contributions unquote would do anything for the many are interpreting the last part is suggestive of sexual acts gillaibrand said his tweets will not stop her it was a sexist near attempting to silence my voice and i will not be silenced on this issue neither will the women who stood up to the president yesterday and neither will the millions of women who have been marching since the women's march to stand up against policies they do not agree with on monday jewelry called for the president to step aside admitted multiple allegations of sexual harassment or assault mayor de blasio has reversed course and says he now supports to bills that promote greater police accountability wnyc's bridge bergen reports the mayor says the revised rate to know lack builds of changes the police department has already made while over a year ago the nypd issued new rules to officers related to consent to search and related to providing identification he says those changes are working but the council's continue to push to codify them i think there was a concern of the council that reforms would a good idea they wanna make sure they'd be lasting police reform advocates who pushed allege just lation since 2014 say one of the.
"june kim" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"To cleared up three guys to tell us what was in that application and who took it there congressman our staff have been having extensive interaction with both intelligence committees on our interaction with the fis accord and i think that's the appropriate setting for those questions authorities say that the wouldbe suicide bombers botched attack in new york subway became an open and shut case in less than 24 hours after a search of his apartment and hearing the suspects own words aci ed or the law is expected to make his first court appearance today he made it clear from a hospital bed where he is being treated for burns from a pipe he's strapped to his body that he was on a mission to punish the united states for attacking the islamic state group a search tool as apartment turned up bombmaking materials including screws matching those found at the scene intended to be shrapnel acting us attorney june kim said his motivation was not a mystery kim said pick the morning rush on monday to maximize casualties in his quest quote to kill to maim and to destroy and kim added olah with a hatefilled heart in an evil purpose carried out the attack after researching how to build a bomb a year ago and planned his mission for several weeks the bomb was assembled in the past week using fragments of metal pipe a battery and a christmas tree lightbulb along with the metal screws and kim serve the defendant quotes had apparently hoped to die in his own misguided rage taken as many innocent people as we could with him but through incredible good fortune his bob did not seriously injure anyone other than himself lula was charged with providing material support to a terrorist group use of a weapon of mass destruction and three bombrelated counts he could get up to life in prison and with a tragedy averted and a growing certainty that he acted alone attention turned to how to best secure new york city's vast public transportation system and the daunting task of identifying those eager to do it harm in new york city mayor bill de blasio said citizens are the.
"june kim" Discussed on KOIL
"Long time lula admitted that he began researching how to build bombs about a year ago and had been planning this particular attack for several weeks acting us attorney june kim's said the 27yearold bangladeshi who has been living in brooklyn for the last few years did not not accidentally triggered the bomb he was wearing as he walked through the subway passageway at the port authority bus terminal monday morning he allegedly selected the location and timing to maximize human casualties he's facing a long list of federal terrorism charges first providing material support to a terrorist organisation that being isis second using and attempting to use weapons of mass destruction that being an improvised explosive device or an ied third bombing a place a public use fourth destruction of property by means of an explosive and fit use of a destructive device during and in for the ruins of a crime of violence the new york city police department also charged with state terrorism charges including criminal possession of a weapons supporting an act of terrorism and making it terroristic threat the investigation spread to bangladesh where local police interviewed his wife and inlaws lula was back in his native country in september where he spent time with his wife and sixmonthold child steve kastenbaum new york it's now twelve past how one massive california wildfires started because.
"june kim" Discussed on WDRC
"Monday's attempted subway bombing thousands of police officers in this out ways but there's also six million new yorkers writing it every day for who should be eyes and ears and partners of those police officers who are forced multipliers they they take what the police can do and they're magnify may times over and air bill de blasio urging the yorkers to report anything they see that does it look right akhiad ullah has now been formally charged with several federal terrorism offenses acting us attorney june kim as alleged he also admitted that he had been inspired by isis to carry out his attack saying that he had been radicalised online through rises propaganda starting as far back as two thousand fourteen fire officials in southern california are now blaming a cooking fire at a homeless encampments for causing that wildfire last week the destroyed six homes in the belair neighborhood in la vis vis the fifth largest wildfire in the state's history northwest of la continues to burn thousands of people are still evacuated as a result new sexual allegations against in exile film director by changes police are investigating a new allegation against director roman polanski he allegations were reported to police in october mom rem benard said she was molested has a 10yearold during a photo shoot and 19 75 after plants he had her pose nude although the allegations are so old criminal charges cannot be brought effective say they may be able to use evidence they collect tout prosecute other cases fame director has been a fugitive since 1978 while he was awaiting sentencing for sexually assaulting a thirteen year old polanski's attorney believes an investigation will prove the whole story to be bogus michelle pollino fox news other record close for the dow up one hundred nineteen points twenty four thousand five hundred four plugged jack heloy with fox news.
"june kim" Discussed on KOMO
"The 4's the home of the huskies this is komo news at local regional is going up at the bottom of the hour after we check in live with abc's says the big alabama senate race continues with the exit polls supposedly opening at about three and a half hours scholars time now for tendering new york bombing back now vases federal territories investigators say they found materials to build a bomb and i add allows brooklyn apartment and that was an all officers also found a passport their inla's name with handwriting that included one particularly chilling note and i quote oh america die in your rage us attorney june kim says he had been planning the attack for weeks according to authorities president trump is pushing for changes to us immigration laws after this incident and the halloween truck attack in new york both suspects were in the us legally on visas and have been living here for years several lawmakers of now called for a congressional investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against president trump s stand here demanding accountability a full investigation from congress when the white house will not provide it's it's michigan congresswoman brenda lawrence scott goldberg abc news cronies thirty eight still cloudy downtown as we await the sunshine lurches should be on the way shortly and other 20 minutes of nonstop news though arriving right on time here at ten thirty one on this tuesday morning and armed robbery suspect is dead after police chased him to seattle magnusson park and then opened fire couples corwin haeck reports from the scene were a witness awoke to the sound of silence so many sirens followed by a barrage of gunfire any are won't pop up hopping it was odd cia vazquez stepped outside her sandpoint apartment when i walked out five differs thing i smell was the gunfire in the newly strong the sounds and the smells brought to mind another officerinvolved shooting last june the controversial fatal shooting of charred lena lyles the.
"june kim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"As in the upper 40s low 50s on wall street the dow in snp heading for records the dow up one hundred fifty three points the bloomberg business report coming up topping our news at one o'clock on wbz radio a young man from east boston who was hailed as a hero a few years ago is now dead a victim of murder as we hear more from wbz's carl stevens the man charged with killing him was an east boston district court today grades and relatives of dourthe intruder listened in the courtroom this the prosecutor said doris o'brien was hiding in the back of a car and shot duncan she said it was a marijuana deal that turned into a robbery and then enter murder this friend of dunkin told me the suspect dead victim knew each other they were klett one point that i guess stuff happens in it's sad to see that duncan cutter was in the news back in 2014 when he helped rescue a man who fallen into the pit of the subway in north station taurus o'brien was ordered held on no bail for meese boston district court carl stephens wbz newsradio 1030 other our top stories we're following the man accused of yesterday subway bombing in new york city is officially charged with supporting an act of terrorism the nypd says akhyat la is facing five federal charges stemming from his attempt a suicide attack in a very busy new york subway walkway yesterday morning june kim the acting us attorney from the southern district of new york announced those charges today yesterday lula stood in the tunnels under the port authority plotting to kill today he stands charged with federal crimes of terrorism who law was expected to appear before a magistrate judge after a criminal complaint was made public today authorities also say he wrote on facebook before the attack trump you fail to protect your nation before signing the national defense authorization act president trump vowed to end the us immigration diversity lottery system and chain migration after yesterday's new york terror attack congress most get involved immediately and they are involved immediately and i can tell you we have tremendous support they will be ended who like came to the us from bangladesh back in two thousand eleven on a visa available to certain relatives of us citizens wbz news time one o3 traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.
"june kim" Discussed on KOMO
"To remember second 2017 i'm evan haning in our close up the accused new york bike past terrorist has been charged steve kastenbaum reports on site pholo sipe off former trump campaign chairman paul manafort will be in court today john lawrence views some of the charges against him accuweather meteorologists deemed the ors door cast starts in the hometown of the world series winners are that houston spoiler alert tom busby anticipates gop tax bill robert workmen were report on the astros world series win and we'll continue to wallow away houston's victory with a special report from our jim rupe so that's what's coming up it's seven past the hour let's get to it the man accused of killing eight people and injuring many more by driving a rented pickup into people on a new york city bike path was in court yesterday steve kastenbaum reports on the charging of saiful assialov evan the actor in us attorney in new york unveiled the complaint against it for those saitov june kim says he faces two charges first material support of a terrorist organization that being isis in second federal charge of violence and destruction of the motor vehicle with willful disregard for the safety of human life that resulted in multiple deaths the second terrorism charge carries the possibility of a death sentence kim said that the twenty nine yearold admitted to being inspired by isis investigators seized several cell phones belonging to say search warrants were obtained to examine the phones and what they found on the devices further solidified his allegiance to ice thousands of isis related images and ninety video about ninety videos depicting among other things isis fighters killing prisoners he said that sepap admitted to planning the attack for two months he also admitted that he had rented a truck on october twenty second in practice to practice the turns he would make on his halloween date halloween day attack he supposedly told investigators that he felt good about what he had done and asked if he could have an isis flag to display in his hospital room and why pd deputy commissioner john miller said while they believe he became radicalised did.
"june kim" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"He should get the death penalty i'm dave anthony fox news and that's what president trump tweets about they've who knows saipa of calling him the new york city terrorists who was happy as he asked to hang in isis flag in his hospital room sepap allegedly admitted that he was inspired to commit the attack by the ices videos he watch acting us attorney june kim's as they found ninety videos and thousands of images on his cellphone pick thing among other things isis fighters killing prisoners i running over them with a tank beheading them and shooting them in the face saipa was in court late last night he was charged while sitting in a we all chair and shackled showing no remorse as he heard the charges against him one count a providing material support to terrorists and one count of violence and destruction of a motor vehicle causing death that latter charge carries the death penalty boxes julie there neares near the scene of tuesday's attack a truck driven along a bike path killing eight injuring twelve there's a manhunt for a murderer in colorado who walked into a walmart last night and started shooting sending shoppers and workers screaming and running two men were killed in the store a woman was shot later died at a hospital who've determined that it that it's random as of right now because there was no direction or anything like that as the witnesses stated the person came in and just shot towards a group thorn colorado police spokesman victor avi law the gunman walked out then drove away republicans in congress are expected to unveil their tax reform proposals for daverson gop infighting over what the doctrines to keep her drop amid a tax plan to offer cuts to the middle class president trump says won't be historic democrats claiming a muslim the wealthy and big corporations there celebrating in houston never the astros won the world series we got.
"june kim" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"In cranston looks like just before the president wants to bed around the both fifteen last night just after midnight he tweeted out of new york city terrorist was happy as he ask the hang the isis flag in his hospital room what a guy this as he killed eight people badly injured twelve should get the death penalty exclamation point all right trump says the guys to get the death penalty not only that trump says i want to take him down in guantanamo take him away from the court system here in the us he's a terrorist i want to take in the guantanamo stick him in there like the rest of the al the trouble is this guy's isis and when they authorized guantanamo it wasn't for isis it was for al qaeda and a lot of legal scholars say in of not going to happen you're not going to get this guy out of the court system and and trimbe down there or lock them up down there warehouse him so trump says get the death give the death penalty and he oughta go to guantanamo our the meantime steve kastenbaum is down in new york city following up on this case say fool say pa faces to terrorism charges material support of a terrorist organization that being isis in second a federal charge of violence and destruction of a motor vehicle with willful disregard for the safety of human life that resulted in multiple deaths acting us attorney june kim said the second charge carries the possibility of the death sentence sepap allegedly admitted betty was inspired commit the attack by the isis videos he watch and had been planning this attack for two months he allegedly went on a test run a few days before the attack steve kastenbaum new york tara they're trying to connect the dots with this guy is the is the alone wolf that he have help yesterday will some media reports are looking for a second guy little more now and brian todd before he slaughtered eight people and got out of.
"june kim" Discussed on Up First
"Here's acting us attorney for manhattan june kim a man consumed by hate and a twisted ideology attacked our country and our city sipe have emigrated from is back stand to the us and in just a few minutes are going to learn more about the visa program that allowed him to enter this country but first let's just outline what the cases against him a criminal complaint says that the suspect used a pickup truck to kill at least eight people on this bike path tuesday along the hudson river and they chose to attack on halloween because he wanted to inflict the most possible damage he thought the street to be really crowded that day so obviously one of the many questions now is how did this man come to embrace isis and let's bringing npr's honsi lo wong who is in new york covering this either honsi good morning so what exactly are we learning now from these charging documents all these documents allege that the suspect began planning this attack about a year ago and in about two months ago he decided to use a truck for the attack and actually rented a truck more than a week before this hella win attacked a practice making turns the plan was actually according to these documents was eventually go to the brooklyn bridge where there is a walkway in between the vehicle lanes for her death she in zimbabwe and prosecutors say he went to kill as many people as possible and he's all details from an interview that the suspect gave while in the hospital after he was being treated after being shot by police and law enforcement officers he described law enforcement officers how isis inspired his attack.
"june kim" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"The new dashboard from a credit karma she's here in about twenty minutes the new york city terrorist suspects perhaps as a surprise to nobody has confessed to investigators that he was inspired by islamic state videos that he watched on his smartphone twenty nine year old saifullah's saipa of of patterson new jersey originally from uzbekistan is accused of killing eight people and injuring twelve others two days ago by driving a rented truck down a crowded bicycle path in manhattan us attorney for new york is june kim yesterday afternoon a man consumed by hate and a twisted ideology attacks our country and our city investigator said that mr saipa of told them he wanted to adorn the rented truck he used in the attack with isis flags and also intended to continue the carnage by driving across the brooklyn bridge the federal complaint filed yesterday also said mr saipa of told investigators quote he felt good about what he had done and ask to display an isis flag in in his hospital room he was shot in the abdomen by a new york city police officer at the scene mr saipa of also admitted that he rented a truck to practice the turns he would make on tuesday in manhattan a marginal visa program wants tied to efforts to help irish migrants is taking centre stage of the immigration debate after the deadly terror attack in new york city with president trump calling for the programmes elimination the department of homeland security says the man accused of driving that rented truck through a crowd of cyclists and pedestrians emigrated from whose becky stand in 2010 after winning the diversity visa lottery the program also known as the green card lottery randomly awards fifty thousand visas to foreigners each year we need spray point eight resolve we have to stop so we're gonna get rid of this lottery program as soon as possible meanwhile mr saipa of is a legal permanent resident meaning he would have been eligible to apply for citizenship this year mr trump embraced the senate proposal to eliminate the diversity visa lottery is part of an effort to reduce in over whole legal immigration unlike most other grit visa applicants lottery winners do not have to have family or employment ties to the us.
"june kim" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"The patriots fm one on one point five am 1410 utg k detroit the salem media group on the nasdaq as saom it's eight o'clock breaking news this hour from the town hall bud combine peter federal charges have been filed against the suspect in the terrorist bike path attack in new york city criminal complaint included two charges material support to terrorists and dangerous use of a motorvehicle acting us attorney june kim says there will be more when seifu low site is indicted with 24 hours away from the attack the investigation is very active and ongoing you know we will see what counts are charged ultimately in the indictment the complaint included details of his interviews with police he told them he was proud of what he did and planned and practised it for two months on the question of whether the eu's beck immigrant could be charged as an enemy combatant and take out of the courts kim said that's above my pay grade warning levinson new york white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders says the trump administration indeed considers the new york truck attacks us back to be an enemy combatant sanders tells reporters president trump is open to sending the alleged attacker to the us prison on guantanamo bay cuba lawsuit targets of birth control coverage roll back meant protect religious freedom under the trump administration to advocacy groups have filed a federal lawsuit in indiana challenging a rule change by president donald trump's administration but allows more employers to opt out of no caused birth control for workers the suit was filed tuesday on behalf of five women at risk of being denied birth control coverage it includes three university of.
"june kim" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Federal terrorism charge filed interest rates i i'm barbara kusak handcuffed and with his feet shackled terrorist suspects is bola saipa appeared in court in a wheelchair charged in the killing of eight people on a new york city bike path acting us attorney june kim says saipa faces charges of providing material support to these lennox date and violence and destruction of motor vehicles for the same reasons that millions visit the city terrorists like say they will find in new york city something else justice deputy police commissioner john millar says there is still looking into how tried terrorists like say of they will fall find in new york city something else justice deputy police commissioner john millar says there is still looking into how tribes of the volume of material in there that is still in progress and will go on for awhile among the dead were two americans with the rest foreigners five of them friends from argentina celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of their high school graduation as a new federal reserve leader will soon be announced correspondent jan johnson reports the fed is giving its key interest rate unchanged while downplaying the impact of recent hurricanes the fed points to solid economic growth and a strengthening labourmarket market a statement from the central bank says inflation remains soft but is still expected to approach its target in the mediumterm the fed has raised rates twice this year and currently projects one more rate hike by the end of 2017 the trump administration's commission on the opioid crisis is calling for more.
"june kim" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To the families have multiple players in order to persuade them to play with specific colleges june kim is acting us attorney in new york southern district the defendants exploited the hoop dreams of student athletes around the country allegedly treating them as little more and opportunities to enrich themselves each coach faces up to eighty years in prison the financial advisers could get up to two hundred years for npr news i'm charles lane in new york at last check on wall street the dow is up fourteen points at twenty two thousand three hundred nine this is npr from kqed news i'm brian watt san francisco supervisors are set to get an update today on progress the city's police department is made on several reform efforts that includes following up on a damning federal review of the s fed despite the us justice department recently ending its oversight kqed's alex emslie reports san francisco can prove that reform efforts emphasizing trust and accountability launched under president obama are better than the tough on crime approach the trump administration is pushing that's according to rendezvous the former federal official who launched the review of the us fpd hooked up to san francisco is up to the mayor it's up to chief it's up to the county board of supervisors to chart its court and i would hope mo the partners in a country will see the benefit birth of going back to the 1990s can trying to engage them of policies and practices of the federal police in cities leadership have committed to implementing all of the federal recommendations are now essentially kqed news uc berkeley chancellor carol chryst says security related expenses for recent campus events are not sustainable the campus spent eight hundred thousand dollars for milo yannopoulos his brief visit and six hundred thousand dollars for for a speech earlier this month by conservative radio host ben shapiro chris says she wants a commission to review the university's policies on such events and trotted determine within the horse the fundamental assumption of protecting crease beach are there paul he's about event about dick van about out student organization that would better serve our campus university faces a first amendment lawsuit alleging it discriminates against conservative speakers i'm brian watt.