18 Burst results for "Kathleen Hicks"

"kathleen hicks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 3 months ago

"kathleen hicks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Factor in and around our military installations out west Sea level rise mostly affecting us on the east coast and overseas So yes the effect is can we even operate where we have made our software we've invested to operate What kind of mitigations do we have to put in place to deal with these factors frequent fire loss of power through frequent storms like we saw in the deep freeze in Texas That's very costly and it takes us away again for those forces that are located in those locations They aren't focusing on mission They're not flying on their training days perhaps or they're not out to see or getting prepared to go out to sea rather they're moving in and out for storm purposes All of those are ways that we both are reduced in our ability to do our main mission and it costs us money to repair The Department of Defense can't change the weather so what is your plan If there's one thing we do exceptionally well here at DoD it's we do plan And we do it very thoroughly and climate needs to be a part of how we think about the future and different contingencies we could get called into But we also are going to be working very closely with our interagency partners on making sure we're part of building back better here in the United States and on our installations abroad We're going to be thinking about how we train and equip our force in a climate environment We're going to make sure we have our installation infrastructure built in a resilient way We're going to make sure we have resilient supply chains that were being innovative that we're Tapping into areas like green technology here in the United States And that were collaborating with the private sector with partners overseas and other government agencies in our research and development in ways ahead Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen hicks Support.

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"kathleen hicks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 3 months ago

"kathleen hicks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Area untenable We are absolutely looking at the implications of climate change on our installations I will stress that drought is also a significant factor in and around our military installations out west Sea level rise mostly affecting us on the east coast and overseas So yes the effect is can we even operate where we have made our software we've invested to operate What kind of mitigations do we have to put in place to deal with these factors frequent fire loss of power through frequent storms like we saw in the deep freeze in Texas That's very costly and it takes us away again for those forces that are located in those locations They aren't focusing on mission They're not flying on their training days perhaps or they're not out to see or getting prepared to go out to sea rather they're moving in and out for storm purposes All of those are ways that we both are reduced in our ability to do our main mission and it costs us money to repair The Department of Defense can't change the weather so what is your plan If there's one thing we do exceptionally well here at DoD it's we do plan And we do it very thoroughly and climate needs to be a part of how we think about the future and different contingencies we could get called into But we also are going to be working very closely with our interagency partners on making sure we're part of building back better here in the United States and on our installations abroad We're going to be thinking about how we train and equip our force in a climate environment We're going to make sure we have our installation infrastructure built in a resilient way We're going to make sure we have resilient supply chains that were being innovative that we're Tapping into areas like green technology here in the United States And that we're collaborating with the private sector with partners overseas and other government agencies in our research and development in ways ahead Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen hicks Support for NPR comes from member stations and from.

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"kathleen hicks" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 3 months ago

"kathleen hicks" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"As all of American cars which over to electric vehicles for instance we will need charging stations That's one small example Congress has required us to move to resilient electricity So setting up micro grid for all our installations those are costs that will be beyond what's being discussed today in the infrastructure Bill But all of those advantages and improvements that are made on the commercial sector we will want to take advantage of all of that innovation for the military These are big projects And of course there are two different approaches here I suspect one is mitigating the impacts of climate change The other is lowering our own impact on climate and it's been said that the Department of Defense is one of the biggest polluters in the nation simply through its scale your footprint is bigger than any corporation in the U.S. with thousands of facilities Where are you investing secretary how much do you need to invest to reverse your own impact on climate We're building that fiscal year 2023 budget right now How much room after what we think the costs are And you're absolutely right Oh man we're just going to get it very good That happens in a number of ways the fuel that we buy the way in which we operate our military planes think of our tanks et cetera So bottom line there are a lot of lines of effort in the adaptation strategy that we've just put out Kathleen hicks deputy Secretary of Defense We thank you for being with us on Bloomberg radio Thank you Joe It's my pleasure Coming up we'll talk about what we just learned from the secretary and.

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Pentagon mandates COVID-19 vaccine for civilian workers

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Pentagon mandates COVID-19 vaccine for civilian workers

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the Pentagon mandates cove it nineteen vaccinations for civilian workers the defense department is mandating covert nineteen vaccinations for all civilian workers by November twenty second a memo signed by deputy defense secretary Kathleen Hicks says the new mandate is in line with the presidential directive issued last month requiring federal agencies to implement vaccine requirements under the schedule issued by the Pentagon civilian workers getting the Fizer vaccine must get their first dose by October eighteenth and their second does by November eighth those getting the maternal vaccine let's get their first dose by October eleventh and their second dose by November eighth and those getting the one shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine must do so by November eighth earlier this year all members of the military were required to get vaccinated Mike Ross yet Washington

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"kathleen hicks" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:27 min | 7 months ago

"kathleen hicks" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"And of course, we'll start with the news. Take us there, Josh. Donald Rumsfeld two times. Sec def. Who served under four presidents and was a former presidential candidate himself, died on Tuesday at the age of 88. Rummy, as he was known, passed on while surrounded by family and his beloved tells New Mexico President George W. Bush commended Rumsfeld Steady service as a wartime secretary of defense, a duty he carried out with strength, skill and honor. Rumsfeld is the only person to serve as secretary of defense twice when he first served in the mid seventies. He was the youngest SEC def ever under Bush, 43 from 2000 and 1 to 2000 and six he was the oldest sect death. After retiring in 2000 and eight he headed the Rumsfeld Foundation to promote public service and to work with charities that provide services and support for military families and wounded veterans. I'm sure Rummy would have liked to have had one more July 4th to celebrate, but he lived his life full out. And I'm pretty sure he'll be setting off some munitions and explosives to celebrate the occasion on the other side. Thank you and rest in peace Rummy. Many unidentified flying objects observed by the military and other government sources, since 2004 probably actually exist and may pose a threat to national security, says the Pentagon report. Government sources originated 144 reports of unidentified aerial phenomena or you ate peas. The term now used to describe objects popularly referred to as UFO's. Many incidents were witnessed firsthand by military aviators and observed by reliable sensor systems, The report adds You apes largely remain a mystery. Aside from one that was identified as a large, deflating balloon, the government can't explain what they are. The report gives no indication the apes. Origins are extraterrestrial, but whatever they are, and wherever they're from, the intelligence community says they exist and should be taken seriously. The report from the director of National intelligence, says quote you ape clearly pose a safety of flight issue and may pose a challenge to US national security. Safety concerns primarily center on aviators, contending with an increasingly cluttered air domain. You AP would also represent a national security challenge. If they are foreign adversary collection platforms or provide evidence of potential adversary has developed either a breakthrough or disruptive technology. End quote. Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks has ordered the military to drop a plan to formalize the mission now performed by the unidentified aerial phenomena Task force. Conclusion. They really are there and we better try to find out who they are and what they're doing, because they might be dangerous. I agree..

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"kathleen hicks" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:09 min | 8 months ago

"kathleen hicks" Discussed on WTOP

"Visit G i t com to discover more about D O d enterprise clouds such as disses Mill Cloud Two point Oh, and Dios in how factors such as this Beat of acquisition collaboration and choice are changing the battlefield both today and tomorrow. It's 6 35 now when he was a late night in the Senate until three A.m. senators will pick it up at nine o'clock this morning, leading to an expected vote today on a bill that could create a commission to investigate the January 6th attack on the capital. Now it appears that most Republicans are poised to vote against it. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, in particular, has warned that the commission could damage Republicans heading into 2022. Debates on other bills delayed Senate action on the January six commission proposal. The future of the Republican Party was the focus for former House Speaker Paul Ryan. After two years of relative silence. He joined the fight against former President Trump's influence on the GOP, urging fellow conservatives to reject Trump's divisive politics and those Republicans. Donald Trump brought many new voters into our party and we want them to stay. He's a former president now. But the issues and values that held so many Republican voters And turned so many Democrats into Republicans those issues and value still matter. Ryan delivered his remarks of the rival Reagan Presidential Library in California. As president, Camilla Harris is scheduled to give the graduation address at the Naval Academy's commissioning ceremony this morning at the Navy Marine Corps Stadium in Annapolis. Harris will be the first woman to give a graduation speech at the Naval Academy. It'll be an in person event this year. Last year, the academy held its first ever virtual graduation and commissioning ceremony because of the pen. The bank. The Senate has confirmed Christine Warmers to be the new Army secretary. She's the first woman to hold that position. President Biden has placed a number of women in senior positions on his NASA Security Council's team. Since arriving in office, Kathleen Hicks is now the number two at the Pentagon is Deputy Secretary of defense in April, Haines has assumed the role of director of National intelligence.

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"kathleen hicks" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen hicks" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"I'm Amy Goodman, House Democrats say former President Trump was singularly responsible for the January 6th insurrection of the U. S. Capitol. In the legal brief filed Tuesday ahead of next week's impeachment trial, the lawmakers right quote Trump summoned a mob to Washington, exhorted them into a frenzy and aim them like a loaded cannon down Pennsylvania Avenue. They also argued Trump's baseless claims of election fraud helped rile up his base. Trump's lawyers wrote in their own break that Trump had a right to question election results and that the trial's unconstitutional since he's no longer in office. Meanwhile, President Joe Biden and First Lady Biden paid their respects to Capitol Police officer Brian Sick, Nick. His body lay in honor at the Capitol Rotunda on Tuesday evening. Five people lost their lives in the January 6 insurrection. Two officers died by suicide following the attack. The U. S will start shipping Corona virus vaccines to retail pharmacies next week, making the shot much more accessible too many around the country. The bite administration also said it's increasing the weekly vaccine allocation for states, tribes and territories by 5% as public health experts urge speeding up vaccination as the best defense against fast spreading variants. Top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci said 70 to 80% of the U. S population should be fully vaccinated before the United States can return to a sense of normalcy less than 2% of the population has been vaccinated so far. In related news. Preliminary data from a new study show a single dose of the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine could cut transmission of the corona virus by 67% and offer protection from the virus with up to 76% effectiveness for his long as 12 weeks. Finding support the strategy that some countries have employed of spacing out vaccine doses to get more people rapidly inoculated on Capitol Hill Democrats are moving forward with President Biden's $1.9 Trillion coronavirus relief package, voting Tuesday to kick start the budget reconciliation process, which would not require any Republican support to pass the legislation. In other news from Washington, D. C. The Senate confirmed of 100. My Arkus is head of Homeland security Tuesday, making him the first lot next and first immigrant to lead the department. The Senate also confirmed people to judges transportation secretary making the former South Bend, Indiana mayor and presidential candidate, the first openly gay Cabinet secretary in U. S history. Meanwhile, the Senate Armed Services Committee held confirmation hearings for Kathleen Hicks Tuesday. Biden's pick for Deputy Defense secretary Senator Elizabeth Warren Question Hicks on the $740 billion defense budget, which Warren called unconscionable. We continue to over invest in defense while under investing in public health and so much more that would keep us safe and that would save lives. So let me ask the question this way. Dr Hicks, do you believe that we can find ways? To lower the top line budget number and then spend that money more effectively without sacrificing our security. Kathleen Hicks responded. Cutting the military budget would necessitate quote, making decisions that may incur risk themselves. Senator Elizabeth Warren, who's joining the Senate Finance Committee, said her first order of business would be to introduce legislation implementing a wealth tax on fortune's over $50 million. The tax would likely affect 75,000 of the richest household. It's time to make the ultra rich pay their fair share. Senator Warren said. Political is reporting House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy's leaning toward removing far right Congress member Marjorie Taylor Greene from the House Education Committee. After meeting with her Tuesday night, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell condemned her quote, loony lies and conspiracy theories Monday, while House Democrats introduced a resolution to strip her of her committee assignments over her history of violent threats and races. Anti Muslim and anti Semitic comments. She's called for the killing of Nancy Pelosi and President Obama and has questioned in the past whether in fact that Mass shootings at the Sandy Hook Elementary School and Parkland High School were in fact false flag operations in Russia. Nationalist opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been sentenced to 3.5 years and person. Navalny will serve around 2.5 years since he has already served time under house arrest. His arrest has prompted mass street protests with thousands detained in recent days. U. S Secretary of State Tony Blinken and other officials around the world condemned the ruling and cold for Navalny's release in court of only struck a defiant tone again, accusing Vladimir Putin of ordering his poisoning with the nerve agent Nova Chuck in August and calling on his supporters to keep putting pressure on the Kremlin. You can't lock up the whole country, Navalny told the courtroom coronavirus. Vaccinations have starred in the occupied West Bank after Israel transferred the first batch of a total of 5000 doses to inoculate frontline Palestinian health workers after coming under fire for refusing to share its vaccines with Palestinians. This is a West Bank president commenting on the arrival of vaccines Well, when you look off in the end, he must need the vaccine is good, but they're only giving it to the health care workers, not.

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"kathleen hicks" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen hicks" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Pete Buddha judges for arrival in the Democratic primaries will be transportation secretary and the Senate also confirmed Alejandro Mayorkas as the new head of Homeland security. Congratulations, Mr Secretary Kim, congratulations to the whole family Vice President Harris after swearing him in the most Republicans voted no signing my Orca's, his record leading U. S Citizenship and Immigration Services in the Obama administration Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. From New York is all too familiar with the levers of power that control US immigration law. The problem is when he's chosen to pull those levers. And for whose benefit the president's pick for deputy defense secretary had her hearing securing America, Kathleen Hicks told the Senate Armed Services Committee. She doesn't believe the U. S. Should go it alone, particularly when dealing with threats from China. Our relations with our European allies is critical to our effectiveness, our ability to build out a community of democracies. That can counter authoritarian approaches. Hicks said. Burden sharing with NATO is critical, but she cautioned against letting it override the strategic value of alliances. Have confirmed Hicks would become the first woman to service Deputy defense Secretary Rachel Sutherland. Fox is the big changes coming to Amazon. The founder Jeff Bezos, is one of the world's richest people will shift from CEO to executive chairman basis will be handing over the reins to longtime staffer Andy Jassy, currently head of Amazon's booming Web services division basis, will step down a CEO in the third quarter of this year. And in his new role, he intends to focus his energies and attention on new products in early initiatives, boxes, Hillary BAR Skin, Wall Street stock futures and overseas markets arising that after the Dow surged nearly.

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"kathleen hicks" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen hicks" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Members. Pete Buddha judges for arrival in the Democratic primaries will be transportation secretary and the Senate also confirmed Alejandro Mayorkas as the new head of Homeland Security. Congratulations, Business secretary. Congratulations So the whole family vice President Harris after swearing him in the most Republicans voted No signing My orca's his record leading U. S citizenship and Immigration Services in the Obama administration Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. Mr New York is all too familiar. With the lovers of power that control US immigration law. The problem is when he's chosen to pull those levers. And for whose benefit the president speak for Deputy Defense secretary had her hearing securing America, Kathleen Hicks told the Senate Armed Services Committee. She doesn't believe the U. S. Should go it alone, particularly when dealing with threats from China. Our relations with our European allies is critical. To our effectiveness our ability to build out a community of democracies that can counter authoritarian approaches. Hicks said. Burden sharing with NATO is critical, but she cautioned against letting it override the strategic value of alliances. Have confirmed Hicks would become the first woman to service Deputy defense Secretary Rachel Sutherland. Fox is the big changes coming to Amazon. The founder Jeff Bezos, is one of the world's richest people will shift from CEO to executive chairman basis will be handing over the reins to longtime staffer Andy Jassy, currently head of Amazon's booming Web services division basis, will step down a CEO in the third quarter of this year. And in his new role, he intends to focus his energies and attention on new products in early initiatives, Oxes Hillary BAR Skin, Wall Street stock futures and overseas markets arising that after the Dow surged nearly 500 points that as that game.

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"kathleen hicks" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen hicks" Discussed on KTOK

"Pete Buddha judges for arrival in the Democratic primaries will be transportation secretary and the Senate also confirmed Alejandro Mayorkas as the new head of Homeland security. Congratulations, Mr Secretary. Congratulations. So the whole family vice President Harris after swearing him in the most Republicans voted No signing My Orca's his record leading U. S Citizenship and Immigration Services in the Obama administration Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, Mr York is all too familiar. With the lovers of power that control US immigration law. The problem is when he's chosen to pull those levers. And for whose benefit the president's pick for deputy defense secretary had her hearing securing America, Kathleen Hicks told the Senate Armed Services Committee. She doesn't believe the U. S. Should go it alone, particularly when dealing with threats from China. Our relations with our European allies is critical. To our effectiveness our ability to build out a community of democracies that can counter authoritarian approaches. Hicks said. Burden sharing with NATO is critical. But she cautioned against letting it override the strategic value of alliances. If confirmed, Hicks would become the first woman to service Deputy defense secretary Rachel Sutherland. Fox is a big changes coming to Amazon. The founder Jeff Bezos, is one of the world's richest people will shift from CEO to executive chairman Basis will be handing over the reins to longtime staffer Andy Jassy, currently head of Amazon's booming Web services division basis, will step down a CEO in the third quarter of this year. And in his new role, he intends to focus his energies and attention on new products in early initiatives, boxes, Hillary BAR Skin, Wall Street stock futures and overseas markets arising that after the Dow surged nearly 500 points that as that game 209, But Gamestop.

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"kathleen hicks" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen hicks" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Two more Cabinet members. Pete Buddha judges for arrival in the Democratic primaries will be transportation secretary and the Senate also confirmed Alejandro Mayorkas as the new head of Homeland security. Congratulations, Mr Secretary. Congratulations. So the whole family vice President Harris after swearing him in the most Republicans voted No signing My orcas is record leading U. S Citizenship and Immigration Services in the Obama administration Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, Mr York is all too familiar. With the lovers of power that control US immigration law. The problem is when he's chosen to pull those levers. And for whose benefit the president's pick for deputy defense secretary had her hearing securing America, Kathleen Hicks told the Senate Armed Services Committee. She doesn't believe the U. S. Should go it alone, particularly when dealing with threats from China. Our relations with our European allies is critical to our effectiveness, our ability to build out a community of democracies. That can counter authoritarian approaches. Hicks said. Burden sharing with NATO is critical, but she cautioned against letting it override the strategic value of alliances. Have confirmed Hicks would become the first woman to service Deputy defense Secretary Rachel Sutherland. Fox is the big changes coming to Amazon. The founder Jeff Bezos, is one of the world's richest people will shift from CEO to executive chairman basis will be handing over the reins to longtime staffer Andy Jassy, currently head of Amazon's booming Web services division basis, will step down a CEO in the third quarter of this year. And in his new role, he intends to focus his energies and attention on new products in early initiatives, Oxes Hillary BAR Skin, Wall Street stock futures and overseas markets arising that after the Dow surged nearly 500 points that.

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"kathleen hicks" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen hicks" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"President Biden has two more Cabinet members. Pete Buddha judges for arrival in the Democratic primaries will be transportation secretary. The Senate also confirmed Alejandro Mayorkas as the new head of Homeland security. Congratulations, Mr Secretary. Congratulations. So the whole family Vice President Harris ever swearing him in the most Republicans voted No signing my Orca's his record leading U. S Citizenship and Immigration Services in the Obama administration Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, Mr New York is all too familiar with the levers of power that control US immigration law. The problem is when he shows them to pull those levers. And for whose benefit the president's pick for deputy defense secretary had her hearing securing America, Kathleen Hicks told the Senate Armed Services Committee. She doesn't believe the U. S. Should go it alone, particularly when dealing with threats from China. Our relations with our European allies is critical. To our effectiveness our ability to build out a community of democracies that can counter authoritarian approaches. Hicks said. Burden sharing with NATO is critical, but she cautioned against letting it override the strategic value of alliances. Has confirmed Hicks have become the first woman to service Deputy defense Secretary Rachel Sutherland. Fox is a big changes coming to Amazon. The founder, Jeff Bezos, is one of the world's richest people will shift from CEO to executive chairman basis will be handing over the reins to longtime staffer Andy Jassy, currently head of Amazon's booming Web services division basis, will step down as CEO and the third quarter of this year, and in his new role, he intends to focus his energies and attention on new products in early initiatives, boxes, Hillary BAR Skin, Wall Street stock futures and overseas markets arising that after the Dow surged nearly 500 points, but as that game 209,.

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"kathleen hicks" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen hicks" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Good morning. I'm Terry Bell on news talk. 11 30 w I s said advocate Aurora Health, says 500 doses of the modern a Corona virus vaccine were deliberately removed from a refrigerator. After an internal investigation and employee admitted they removed the vaccine from refrigeration on purpose. That person has been fired and authorities have been notified. The number of Americans filing first time unemployment claims fell last week. The number went from 833,000 the week before Last 2 787,000 last week. A new $900 billion aid package extends an additional $300 a week and unemployment benefits through March. Kathleen Hicks could become America's first female deputy secretary of defense. Her appointment is subject to Senate confirmation. It's previously served in the Obama administration is the principal deputy undersecretary of defense for policy. Hicks could serve under Secretary of Defense designate Lloyd Austin also if he's confirmed Flags will fly at half staff across Wisconsin Saturday in honor of a fire chief who died with covert 19. The governor's office is Clayton Fire chief Don Kittles, then was a third generation firefighter, a pillar of his community and a mentor to many Adelson was 55 years old. New York City officials will honor frontline workers as part of its New Year's Eve celebration. Because of the Corona virus. That will only be a very limited number of people on Ham and Times Square will not be open to the public. The celebration will be televised Tracking the little House sports scoreboard Badger Basketball host number 24, Minnesota Today from the Bush a Chevy News Center I'm Terry Bell on news talk 11 30 W I s and If.

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"kathleen hicks" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen hicks" Discussed on WTOP

"Ballot, both envelopes that were randomly audited. All of those were appropriately counted, with the exception of two Investigators say those two had to do with the signatures and were procedural mistakes. The wife who signed her name to ballots for both herself and her husband, meantime, President Trump has tweeted that it's time for Georgia Republican Governor Brian Kemp to resign after the governor refused to intervene in the state's presidential election or back. The president's claims of widespread fraud president elect biking defeated President Trump by about 12,000 votes in that state. The latest presidential criticism comes is Georgia residents vote into runoff Senate elections Those air going toe Decide which party controls the U. S. Senate, Louisiana Republican Luke let Lowe, who was set to be sworn in as a member of the U. S House next month, died last night of complications from covert 19. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Congress sends its condolences to the congressman elects family so sad 41 years old. Groan of ours. Blood clot complication. It happened to anyone and it has happened. Don't nearly 350,000 Americans. Many of those deaths could have been avoided. Let the leaves behind a wife and two young Children. NEW tonight. President elect Joe Biden has chosen Kathleen Hicks Ah, former Pentagon official under President Obama to serve his deputy defense secretary. If confirmed, Hicks would be the first woman to hold the number two job, but the Pentagon, Biden has already announced his nomination of retired four star General Lloyd Austin to lead the Defense Department. Made a tough private sector job market. The Navy saw big gains and the number of sailors who chose to re enlist in 2020 more from federal news networks. Jared Servo, Navy officials thought their 2019 retention rates were outstanding. But this year's numbers beat them handily in the services, youngest and largest cohort, those with less than six years of service 69% of sailors eligible to reenlist chose to do so. That's compared to a goal of 57%, the Navy set for 2020 that may be so similar gains an older age groups and beat its own. Attention targets by at least 7% points in every category. Jared Serbia Federal news Network If you haven't heard it enough, it's win. And you're in for the Washington football team this weekend against the Philadelphia Eagles, Washington is getting a chance to get to the playoffs for the first time in about five years more of a preview on the way here's Tony towns with Lee, president US regulated industries at Microsoft. Our government customers need groundbreaking, transformative and innovative technologies and as your government secret delivers with our mission critical cloud for classified data. The O. D. And intelligence agencies can maintain the security and integrity of classified workloads built in artificial intelligence capabilities, helping able smarter, faster decisions and allow agencies to move a step ahead of where they are. Michael. Yourselves. Comprehensive, powerful cloud has already earned the trust.

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"kathleen hicks" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen hicks" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Authorities in Georgia say an audit of Ballad Envelope Signature show There was no widespread fraud or discrepancies in the state's presidential election. George's secretary of state's office recruited the help of the States Bureau of Investigation to review Ballot envelopes, signatures. From November's election. The agency's bane Rich says few signatures alerted their experts to problems. There was only two instances where those valid excuse me. Those envelopes should have been cured in the process. No fraudulent ballots were found. President Trump claims widespread fraud cost him the election and Georgia, the state is getting ready to vote again next week in runoff races. For both of its U. S. Senate seats boxes. Evan Brown, Missouri Republican U. S. Senator Josh Ali says he will raise objections next week when Congress meets to affirm President elect Joe Biden's election. That move will likely delay but not alter the final certification of Biden's election victory. President elect Joe Biden is shoring up his Defense Department team President elect Joe Biden, In a statement announcing his nomination of Dr Kathleen Hicks says the deputy secretary of defense and Dr Colin Call as the deputy secretary of defense for policy, Biden, saying they will be partners to Secretary of Defense designate Lloyd Austin. To advance the Biden Harris administration's defense strategy, including playing a key role in executing the logistics associated with covert 19 vaccine distribution boxes. John Decker in Washington. Louisiana's newest Republican member of the U. S House, Luke let Lo has died from complications related to covert 19 just days before he would have been sworn in the 41 year old congressman elect was set to take office in a few days. He contract it coronavirus earlier this month and was hospitalized on the 19th. America is listening to Fox News..

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"kathleen hicks" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen hicks" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"When Yeah, read up on emergency. Your organization may be granted somewhere early in April. Dr. Monster of Slowing made the comment day after the U. K announced it is already approved the vaccine Slough. We also discussed the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. He said It could be submitted for emergency use authorization next month and could be approved in February. Congressional Democrats are slamming the GOP for adding your marks to the proposed $2000 stimulus checks. Texas Congressman Henry Cuellar says the drama being created by President Trump is unnecessary. It does this time after time. He creates a crisis and then he wants to look like the hero whose solve the crisis Square says that the president was serious about a $2000 stimulus check. That should have been part of the original negotiation. Dr Kathleen Hicks could become the nation's first female deputy secretary of defense, The Biden transition team officially announced. Hicks has been chosen for the role. Her appointment is subject to Senate confirmation. Hicks previously served in the Obama administration. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is expressing her sadness about the death of a Louisiana congressman elect. The California Democrat says she extends sympathy to the family of Luke. Let low so sad. 41 years old grown a virus blood clot complication. Could happen to anyone losing, then noted how many Americans like let Lo have been killed by the virus. Meanwhile, Pelosi says she will see the Republican who won the race by six votes when the new Congress is sworn in on Sunday. Marinette Miller Meeks defeated Democrat Route a heart in the nation's closest race to represent Iowa's second Congressional District Heart has asked the House to investigate the election. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio. Famous former New Jersey High school principal Joe Clark is dead. Scott Pringle reports. Joe Clark was known as a no nonsense discipline principal. He was in charge of East.

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"kathleen hicks" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen hicks" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Will not falter and we will not fail. And maybe world wars are a thing of the past. I'm Lacey Healy and you're listening to things that go boom. Special feature this week on the world. We're looking at big shifts and are thinking about national security and how the pandemic fits into that picture, 9 11 obviously led to a huge shift in how we think about global threats. Then there was another shift. Good morning and thank you all for taking time in 2018 in unveiling a new national defense strategy. Secretary of Defense of the Time General Jim Mattis cemented the words that had just begun to show up in strategy documents the year before. We will continue to prosecute the campaign against terrorists that were engaged in today, but great power competition, not terrorism is now the primary focus of U. S national security. The whole thing didn't exactly come out of the blue The world to quote George Shultz is awash in change. China had been building military outposts on contested coral reefs in the South China Sea and Vladimir Putin. Had illegally annexed Crimea with great power competition between nations becoming a reality. Once again, General Mattis and many others neurological conclusion. Great power competition was the new black but a lot of defense folks are still very divided on what exactly this competition thing even means is that economic technological is a military are we headed to another World War? I asked Kathleen Hicks, who directs the International security program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies here in D. C. To help me understand the current state of affairs, and she described our current national security road man. Like this. Here's the best when I can come up with. It's the episode of the office where Michael and Dwight right turn. Follow the GPS system in the car. No, no, no, no, no. Look, if it means go up To the right, bear right over the bridge and hook up with three make a Rabies a shortcut. Dwight, it said, Go to the right. You can't mean that there's a leg knows where he's going and go into a lake. And I think this is sort of.

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"kathleen hicks" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen hicks" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Is what we do now. We will rally the world to this caused by our efforts by our courage. We will not falter and we will not fail and maybe world wars are a thing of the past then there was another shaft. Well Good morning and thank you all for taking time in two thousand eighteen in unveiling a new national defense strategy the Secretary of defense. At the time General Jim Mattis cemented the words that had just begun to show up in strategy documents the year before we will continue to prosecute the campaign against terrorists that were engaged in today but great power competition. Not Terrorism is now the primary focus of US national security. The whole thing didn't exactly come out of the blue. The world to quote George. Shultz is awash in change. China had been building military outposts on contested coral reefs in the South China Sea and Vladimir Putin had illegally annexed Crimea with great power competition between nations. Become a reality once again. General Mattis and many others drew a logical conclusion. Great-power competition was the new black. But a lot of defense folks are still very divided on what exactly this competition thing. Even means is it. Economic Technological military are we headed to another World War I asked Kathleen Hicks. Who Directs the International Security Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies? Here in DC to help me understand the current state of affairs and she described our current national security road about like this year's the best one I can come up with. It's the episode of the office. Where Michael and white follow the GPS system in the car. No no look it means go up to the right bear right over the bridge and Hook up with three hundred seventy shortcut. It said go to the camp me and go into a lake and I think this is sort of where we are we have this roadmap kind.

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