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"keith mayor vitali klitschko" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:54 min | Last month

"keith mayor vitali klitschko" Discussed on KCBS All News

"New York, parts of Northern California under evacuation orders this morning as severe storms pummel parts of the state. Heavy rain has breached levees and shut down major highways. KO VR TV reporter Ashley sharp is in Sacramento county. We're seeing, I mean, several feet of water at a time. And what should be a field looks like a Lake. The water goes as far as the eye can see. And it's very deep. It appears that the water is trying to move out to the Sacramento river, but that's going to take some time because the land is already so saturated. At least one person died trying to drive through the high waters. Violence is escalating in Ukraine's capital now where the military spent the night fighting off Russian drone attacks. CBS is Christopher Cruise has details. Keith mayor vitali Klitschko said 22 drones that air defense forces said were Iranian made and headed for the city had been destroyed. He said three others aimed at the outlying key region and 15 over neighboring provinces were also shot down. Some areas of the capital are now experiencing power outages. New year, new Congress, but the GOP seems to be divided on its leadership. Here's CBS Christina ruffini. With Republicans set to take over the house January 3rd, there is already uncertainty about who will lead them. Minority leader Kevin McCarthy has been the presumed FrontRunner, but some within the GOP are seeking alternatives. President Biden's also deciding whether or not he'll run for a second term. He's been vacationing with his family in the U.S. Virgin Islands, but plans to hit the road this week to talk about how the economy is benefiting from his work with Democrats and Republicans. He'll be in Kentucky for a rare appearance with Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell Wednesday. We know former president Trump's running in 2024, but some members of the House want him to face criminal charges. Illinois Republican Adam kinzinger was on CNN. If a president can incite an insurrection and not be held accountable, then really there's no limit to what a president can do. Authorities in New York City are investigating whether a man who attacked three police officers with a machete on New Year's Eve was inspired by radical Islamic extremism. Investigators believe the 19 year old traveled to New York City earlier in the week. Asa Reed is at his home in Maine. Investigators spent New Year's Day in and out of Trevor bickford's family home in wells. Neighbors like Steve isles, kept an eye on what was happening. Just kind of hard to believe I was just shocked. Walls is a very small community and you think did this really just happen here. At least two officers were hurt in that attack near Times Square, the suspect was shot in the shoulder. Everyone's expected to survive. This is CBS News. Nobody should have to pay for one size fits all insurance coverage, liberty mutual customizes your car and home insurance, so you only pay for what you need. Liberty Mutual Insurance. Liberty Mutual Insurance. Hi

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"keith mayor vitali klitschko" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:54 min | Last month

"keith mayor vitali klitschko" Discussed on WTOP

"Insurance. I'm Monica rixon, New York, parts of Northern California under evacuation orders this morning as severe storms pummel parts of the state. Heavy rain has breached levees and shut down major highways. KO VR TV reporter Ashley sharp is in Sacramento county. We're seeing, I mean, several feet of water at a time. And what should be a field looks like a Lake. The water goes as far as the eye can see. And it's very deep. It appears that the water is trying to move out to the Sacramento river, but that's going to take some time because the land is already so saturated. At least one person died trying to drive through the high waters. Violence is escalating in Ukraine's capital now where the military spent the night fighting off Russian drone attacks. CBS Christopher Cruise has details. Keith mayor vitali Klitschko said 22 drones that air defense forces said were Iranian made and headed for the city had been destroyed. He said three others aimed at the outlying key region and 15 over neighboring provinces were also shot down. Some areas of the capital are now experiencing power outages. New year, new Congress, but the GOP seems to be divided on its leadership. Here's CBS Christina ruffini. With Republicans set to take over the house January 3rd, there is already uncertainty about who will lead them. Minority leader Kevin McCarthy has been the presumed FrontRunner, but some within the GOP are seeking alternatives. President Biden's also deciding whether or not he'll run for a second term. He's been vacationing with his family in the U.S. Virgin Islands, but plans to hit the road this week to talk about how the economy is benefiting from his work with Democrats and Republicans. He'll be in Kentucky for a rare appearance with Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell Wednesday. We know former president Trump's running in 2024, but some members of the House want him to face criminal charges. Illinois Republican Adam kinzinger was on CNN. If a president can incite

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"keith mayor vitali klitschko" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:53 min | 2 months ago

"keith mayor vitali klitschko" Discussed on WTOP

"Have to shelter in a community tent. Christian no water. Our phones and devices are out of battery. We do everything we can to distract artwork from what's really going on. Keith's mayor, vitali Klitschko, is fuming. Before the winter, the people put in the Russians want to let us be without electricity without heating, without water, is genocide. It's actually terrorism. Colorado governor Jared polis says he needs to look at why red flag laws were not used to stop a shooter who killed 5 people in Colorado Springs last weekend. Polis tells face the nation, the shooter was non binary, but police still don't have a motive here. We need to pursue the anti LGBT rhetoric aspect of this. I think whether it'll be the case in this case or not, clearly the type of rhetoric out there to divides one group of Americans against another can set somebody over the top. Former president Trump is now defending a dinner he had with a controversial figure, CBS Linda kenyon. He says he didn't know who far right activist Nick Fuentes was, and he also didn't know that he would be coming to Mar-a-Lago as a dinner guest of rapper Kanye West. Arkansas governor asa Hutchinson tells CNN the former president should have known better. Don't fight, it's a good idea for a leader that setting an example for the country or the party to meet with a vowed racist or anti semite. This is CBS News. This hour's newscast is presented by rocket mortgage. When you need cash out of your home and a simple way to get it, rocket can. It's 5 O three Sunday, November 27th, 2022. Rain ending tonight, it's 53 headed down to the 30s. Good evening, I'm ridiculo, top local stories

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"keith mayor vitali klitschko" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:24 min | 4 months ago

"keith mayor vitali klitschko" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is WNYC, FN HD, in a.m., New York. Good morning, Ukraine's recent battlefield success has left the nation more determined than ever to win the war. It may also mean peace talks with Russia are less likely. So even the president zelensky reached some conclusion that maybe we should negotiate. I don't think he can do that anymore because of the conviction of the Ukrainian people. I'm Michael hill, it's morning edition from NPR and WNYC. Colorado will surrounded by states with abortion bans now a record number of patients are seeking care there, and New York officials look for ways to keep legal guns out of public places. It's Tuesday, October 18th. On this day in 1977, Yankees great Reggie Jackson hit three home runs on three pitches in a World Series game earning the nickname mister October. The news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Windsor Johnston. Russian air strikes are targeting energy infrastructure across Ukraine for a second straight day, NPR's Nathan rott reports at least 6 people have been killed in the capital city Kyiv emit a series of ongoing drone attacks. Keith mayor vitali Klitschko says the strikes were aimed at electrical facilities and are part of a wider campaign by Russia he says to freeze Ukrainians during the coming winter. Similar strikes targeted energy infrastructure sites in other major regions and cities across the country. In northwest Ukraine was without water and power after a strike there. Other cities have suffered blackouts and Ukrainian officials are urging people in many parts of the country to conserve electricity and to stock up on water. Nathan rott and PR news Kyiv. President Biden will deliver another speech on abortion rights during an address to the Democratic National Committee today, just three weeks before election day, the president is expected to discuss the choice that voters face between Republicans who are pushing to ban the procedure nationwide and Democrats who support access to abortion. Georgia governor Brian Kemp faced off against Democrats, Stacey Abrams in the first debate of their long awaited election rematch last night. Sam greenglass of member station W ABE reports the candidates took to the stage four years after camp narrowly defeated Abrams. Overall, this debate was pretty substantive and at times kind of wonky. There was this one moment that got a little bit heated. The candidates, we're talking about a lot of camp signed allowing people to carry handguns without a permit. Well, there is a 32nd background check on every individual that buys a firearm in the United States. That is not true. Mister Kemp, if you purchase a weapon in Georgia through a number of other key races are on the ballot in Georgia, including one to fill a U.S. Senate seat. The Biden administration has officially launched the application process for its student debt cancellation program, but as NPR's diva shiver on reports opponents of the program have filed legal challenges. President Biden acknowledges that his plan to wipe out some or all federal student loan debt for millions of borrowers faces some legal challenges, but he says The White House doesn't think the ongoing litigation will get in the way. Biden criticized Republicans who have attacked the plan and said he won't apologize for helping working in middle class Americans recover from the pandemic. The White House says more than 40 million Americans could benefit from student debt forgiveness and more than 90% of them make less than $75,000 per year. Deep a shiver on NPR news, The White House. This is NPR. On doubly NYC in New York at 8 O four a good Tuesday morning, I'm Michael hill 49 and mostly cloudy out there. I can see the sun struggling to make an appearance. Flemish shower chances before midday, and then it should clear up and reach into the mid 50s. In the news, the New

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"keith mayor vitali klitschko" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:30 min | 4 months ago

"keith mayor vitali klitschko" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Good morning, cold companies are supposed to clean up areas they damaged by their mining, but a new investigation finds instead, many use bankruptcy and asset transfers to evade their responsibility and they clean up doesn't happen. The law is very clear. Coal companies have to reclaim the land, meaning they have to return it to its original shape, its contours, and they have to plant vegetation like trees and grasses. I'm Michael hill, as morning edition from NPR and double WNYC. China's party Congress kicked off with a speech from Xi Jinping, it didn't contain a lot of surprises. Immigrants from the Mexican state of Oaxaca march against anti indigenous racism and will look back at the legacy of hurricane sandy, which passed through our region ten years ago. It's Monday, October 17th, the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Windsor Johnston. Russia's defense ministry says it launched a massive strike on Ukrainian military and energy infrastructure today. Ukrainian officials say at least three people have been killed in a drone strike in the capital Kyiv NPR's Nathan rott reports, air raid sirens are sounding across many regions of the country. Keith mayor vitali Klitschko said 28 drones were spotted over the city in the morning, 5 of them struck in the city center, damaging a residential building, energy infrastructure, and a municipal heating structure that was targeted just a week ago. To Marta beru ashfield, lives in front of the building that was struck. Now she says, again, air strikes have become common. Russia has launched more than a hundred missiles at Ukraine over the last week. As Ukrainian troops continue to take back territory in the country's east and south. Nathan rap NPR news Keith. A number of states are holding debates in the run up to the midterm elections next month, NPR's Danielle Kurt slavin reports the candidates are discussing a number of hot topic issues, including abortion. In general, you're seeing a lot of similar arguments from each side of the aisle. For example, on the democratic side, candidates are talking a lot about abortion, casting their GOP opponents as just way too extreme on the topic. One other interesting thing is that Democrats in many cases seem to feel very comfortable distancing themselves from President Biden and even criticizing him. That's NPR's Danielle Kurt slavin reporting. Tonight in Ohio, democratic congressman Tim Ryan will face off against venture capitalist JD Vance in their second and final Senate debate. The U.S. Department of Education quietly rolled out the application process for its student loan relief plan over the weekend, NPR's Corey Turner reports, the rollout was a beta test. Borrowers can fill out the application now, but it won't be processed until the official launch. According to the education department, that will be by Halloween the latest. The application itself is just a few simple questions, and the beta test was meant to work out any bugs in the system before some 40 million borrowers apply. Also, by doing it without any real announcement over the weekend, the department was able to avoid one big crash of borrowers onto its website. The application drops as Republican legal challenges to the Biden administration's debt relief plan have intensified, multiple lawsuits are all asking judges to stop the cancellation of loans before it starts. Corey Turner, NPR news. Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets in Paris on Sunday to protest rising inflation. The march for wage increases and other demands was organized by left wing opponents of the French government. This is NPR news. On WNYC 8 O four Goodman day morning at Michael hill, 59 in cloudy today, cloudy, showers later on, 65 for a high. Alternate side parking suspended today but paid the parking meters. In the news this morning, an 18 year old from far rockaway at man has been charged in the shooting death of a 15 year old boy on Friday, police say the deadly shooting took place after an argument on a queen's bound a train, New York City transit authority president Richard Davy emphasizes that this was not a random act of violence. While accounts, this was

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"keith mayor vitali klitschko" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"keith mayor vitali klitschko" Discussed on WTOP

"Dash wired my W local 26 now recruiting experienced electrician to join their ranks just ahead the UN General Assembly will hold an emergency session for the first time in decades to discuss Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the order to put Russian nuclear forces on special alert a special report is just ahead Have a beer A local beer garden raises money for Ukraine I'm Luke luker There are mixed feelings as prince George's county gyms prepare for the end of the mask mandate I'm Valerie Pong WTO news time one 31 CBS News special report Ukrainian forces are bracing for battle as Russia's military moves in closer to Kyiv Keith mayor vitali Klitschko says despite the violence he's grateful We're everybody proud of our army of Ukrainian who defends our city defend our homes defend our family But many people there are scared Many Ukrainians have been living a subterranean existence sleeping in subway stations to shelter from Russian missiles and air strikes And nearly 400,000 have already fled the country CBS Holly Williams in Kyiv The UN General Assembly will hold an emergency meeting Monday in response to Russia's invasion U.S. ambassador Linda Thomas Greenfield We urge Russia to tone down this dangerous rhetoric regarding nuclear weapons President Biden is also said to talk to allies on a phone call over deployments CBS News special report I'm Monica ricks We continue to monitor the Ukraine crisis and we'll bring you the.

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