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"kenneth braithwaite" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Administration is considering a run for the U. S. Senate. Kenneth Braithwaite told Politico he's encouraged to go after the open seat in Pennsylvania in 2022, I'm at Madison More and more New Yorkers are getting the coffin 19 vaccine, But Governor Andrew Cuomo says the state still needs to get more doses from the federal government. David Folk, Thomas reports the governor Saturday morning announcing 91% of first doses allocated to the state's health care distribution sites have been administered of the more than 1.3 million residents who have now received their first shot. 282,000 of them have also received their second doses, Cuomo says. While it's welcome news that the state is getting 16% bump in its weekly vaccine supply over the next three weeks. The reality is more doses are needed. Approximately 7.1 million New Yorkers are currently eligible to receive the vaccine. David Folk Thomas reporting from New York, a mask over 19 vaccination site at Dodger Stadium is open again after being shut down Saturday afternoon because of anti vaccine and far right group protesters gathered at the entrance. The Los Angeles Fire Department closed the entrance at 2 P.m. for an hour as a precaution. Should, according to the Los Angeles Times, there were no incidents of violence, but people holding signs decrying the vaccine and saying the coronavirus wasn't real. The site is typically open from ADM. T. Eight PM California's Coachella and stage coach music festivals are being called off. Once again, Brian Shook has more state health officials ordered the April events not take place because of concerns over a fall resurgence of the Corona virus. The pandemic also shuttered plans for the concerts last April and And in October, the festival's generally draw big crowds to the Empire Polo Club in India. Each year, Coachella was expected to have headliners such as Frank Ocean and Rage against the Machine, and a four year old dinosaur enthusiasts made a big discovery. After walking We're dinosaurs once roamed Lily Wilder found a well preserved dinosaur.
"kenneth braithwaite" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Cat's eye or bowling ball reminiscent of the stone found throughout the academy grounds and thereafter. White of the rest of the top of the pant with thick gold and navy striping down the outside of the pant leg and the Marine Corps logo stitched and embroidered straight into the top of the pants. So while Army populates it's sidelines here at its home field, Navy collectively takes a bent knee helmets off and dips its heads in the end zones of the right way are now set for the coin toss. Let's go down to the field. The secretary. Receive Miller. Secretary of the Army. The Honorable Ryan D. McCarthy, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General, Mark a. Millie. Chief of staff of the Army General James C. Makhan, Ville Sergeant Major of the Army, Michael Greenstone. The United States Military Academy superintendent Lieutenant General Darryl A. Williams and United States Military Academy Command Sergeant Major Michael Coffee. From Navy sideline Secretary of the Navy. The Honorable Kenneth Braithwaite, commandant of the United States, Marine Corps, General David Age Burger. Chief of naval operations. Admiral Michael Mike Guild, a senior enlisted advisor to the chairman, Ramon C. Z. Cologne, Lopez. Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps. Troy e. Black. Master chief Petty officer of the Navy, Russell L. Smith. United States Naval Academy Superintendent Vice Admiral Sean Buck, United States Naval Academy Command Master chief Karim Cole. And for today's going toss the 45th, president of the United States, Donald J. Trump. Captain's Welcome to the 121st playing of the Army Navy game. My name is Dwayne Hate. This is Jim Mickle of the Atlantic Coast Conference. Joining us today is a very special guest. It is my honor to introduce the commander in chief and president of the United States of America. Donald Trump. Maybe you're gonna be calling today's coin toss. We have a special coin for today's game. On one side is the Army Navy logo. That represents heads on the other side is the site of today's game, Mikey Stadium that represents tales. Navy What is your selection? Tails? Tails is called Mr President. Well, you do us the honor. It is tails. Maybe you want to talk about it.
"kenneth braithwaite" Discussed on WTOP
"G T O P at 3 35 The U. S is hitting Iran with new sanctions as Secretary of state Mike Pompeo makes the case that undoing the Trump administration's actions would be foolish and dangerous. The Treasury and state departments have announced they've targeted a leading Iranian charity and several of its affiliates with sanctions for human rights violation. This, along with Iran's intelligence minister they come is the Trump Administration sinks to seeks rather to ramp up pressure on Iran before President elect Joe Biden takes office. Mr Biden has said he wants to return to improving relations with Iran. L. Pompeo is winding up his term as America's top diplomat with a visit to Israel that's raising some eyebrows. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo praised recent peace deals between Israel and three Arab states. During talks here in Jerusalem. These agreements open up wonderful opportunities for commerce and economic development. These agreements are important to the whole world. In a controversial break with traditional U. S policy. Pompeo is expected to become the first secretary of state to visit a Jewish settlement in the disputed West Bank. Robert Berger. CBS NEWS Jerusalem 3 36, The U. S. Navy plans to re establish a fleet in the Pacific Ocean more on that now from federal news network, Scott Masi oniy, the Navy's concerned about threats from China and Russia and therefore is bringing back the first fleet. The service retired the first fleet after the end of the Vietnam War. Navy Secretary Kenneth Braithwaite says the organization will be at the crossroads of the Pacific and Indian oceans. The fleet will be more expeditionary relates to the seventh Fleet, which is also in the Pacific. The Navy recently re established its second fleet as well, which oversees and controls operations in the Atlantic and Arctic oceans..
"kenneth braithwaite" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"First the news lead out, Josh Suicide among military veterans is one of the few issues acknowledged across the political spectrum as a major crisis that must be addressed. Media outlets have covered VA. Reports that on average 22 22 veterans, Current service members and former National Guard and Reserve members die by suicide every day and significant veteran suicide prevention legislation is under debate in the House and Senate. However, research reveals that the nation's understanding of veteran suicide is incomplete. The cause of this misunderstanding is that records under represent the reality of veteran suicide within several communities. Correcting. This is an essential step towards ensuring that everyone understands the true scope of veteran suicide, which will effectively address the risk factors impacting our former service members. A matching of state death certificates and Pentagon records in two states revealed a significant gap between the perception and reality. A comparison of state death certificates from 2014 to 2018 with D O D Verified. Service records reveals that 153 former service members who died by suicide were unaccounted for in official records from just one state. The other state had 68 unaccounted cases. These findings are the efforts by Operation Deep Dive, a community based veteran suicide prevention study. Taking place in 14 states. The study will conclude in December of next year. The analysis indicates a gap under representing the reality of veteran suicide. There are multiple causes. One of the key issues is that there is no consistent policy ensuring state death certificates identify a veteran status. Processes. Khun vary by county and some communities don't even have an option on death certificates to indicate military service. The intent is not to place blame on any government entity, but to raise awareness by understanding the true scale of veteran suicide, national and local leaders can better collaborate to develop effective solutions. I totally agree with the need for this focus. We need to confront and deal with veteran suicide. No news isn't always good news because there's no news on if or when troops might receive help pain to move their pets as part of a permanent change of station move. A senior Pentagon official told families in May that he would be looking into a pet shipping fee reimbursement. But Rick Marsh, the deputy director for strategic plans, policy and logistics at US Transportation Command. Said, quote that's a personnel and entitlement issue that it wouldn't be appropriate for me to speculate on end quote. With the cost of moving family members to and from duty stations are covered by the military through allotments or reimbursements. Moving pets is not New military move restrictions stop movement orders and commercial airline carrier changes triggered by the Corona virus pandemic have left some military family members paying thousands of dollars to move pets to and from their overseas duty stations. Still, Marsh said. Relocating troops and military families over the course of the cove in 19 pandemic has forced military transportation officials to refocus their policies on people being moved. Instead of just the logistics of moving, Marsh said, Quote. Traditionally, we've been focused on moving people's stuff, The logistics, a forcing function of Cove. It was theirs. Unprecedented communication between the personnel community and the transportation folks on what is a personnel issue that just happens to have a really big logistics component to it. End quote. I'm glad to hear the military is paying attention to the critical role. Pets can play in a family. If a family is a bit that pet is a part of the family. The Navy's next frigate will carry a lot of history in its name. The future guided missile frigate Constellation will be the fifth Navy ship to bear that name. The original Constellation was one of the very first ships authorized by Congress in the 17 nineties, establishing the Navy as an agile, lethal and ready force, stated a Navy news release about the new name. Navy Secretary Kenneth Braithwaite made the announcement from the Baltimore Inner Harbor where he stood aboard the museum ship Constellation, Braithwaite said, quote well, providing an unmatched capability and survivability for the 21st century Constellation class frigates will honor our navy's historic beginnings as we continue to operate around the world in today's era of great power competition. End quote. This is great. We need to maintain our history and culture. A recently introduced House bill would ensure that any veteran who dies from the Corona virus in the care of the would have service connected disability is noted in the cause of death to protect Survivor benefits. Of an autopsy of a veteran now states. The cause of death is Corona virus Instead of a service connected disability, it has the potential to jeopardize Survivor benefits, which are typically awarded to families of veterans who died from an injury or illness related to their military service. The bill introduced by representative Warrant. Davidson, Republican of Ohio, would require the VA to account for service related disabilities that might have exacerbated the virus and contributed to the death of a veteran. Davidson, a former Army infantry officer, said quote. Presently, the cause of death rulings threatens benefits veterans have earned Congress must act to ensure that the accurately deals with the cause of death well accounting for service related injuries in order to properly care for all surviving family members. Veterans with long term medical challenges shouldn't have to worry that contracting the Corona virus will endanger the benefits they've earned while serving our country and quote The VA has admitted 62,757 veterans infected with a Corona virus to department facilities 3469 have died. According to the most recent data. I'm glad that Congress will. I hope protect vets.
"kenneth braithwaite" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Don't think you'll know two weeks later. I don't think you know four weeks later, and he floated the notion that come January, 20th House Speaker Nancy Pelosi could become president. Now, I don't know if it's a theory or effect, but I said, that's that good. Under the 20th amendment, and in 1947 law, the speaker of the House would be in line to act as president, but that's only if the election remained unresolved by Inauguration Day. Stephen Portnoy. CBS News on Ly three days before it's set to kick off plans are now being finalized for next week's Republican National Convention. Most of the festivities will be in Washington. What's now clear is the Republican National Convention will be scaled back even Mohr than what was being planned recently. Like the Democrats, Crncy program will be a mix of pre recorded and live speeches at monuments and other federal sites here around Washington RNC planning is we're told, going up to the very last minute. One day's theme will kick off with land of Promise. On Monday in Charlotte, delegates will make President Trump the Republican nominee, and like Oh, maybe CNN. NEWS Washington U S. Navy Secretary Kenneth Braithwaite and members of Congress have visited submarine construction operations in Rhode Island and Connecticut. Braithwaite visited General Dynamics Electric boats facilities in North Kingstown and Gratin on Friday to observe progress on submarines being built there. Up to 10, Virginia. Class submarines are being built at the sites for roughly $22 billion. The Navy is also paying the defense company $10 Billion to build the first to Columbia class nuclear ballistic submarines. The Navy is projected to spend 110 billion to replace its fleet of Ohio class nuclear ballistic submarines. With Columbia class ones. In Texas. The Killeen Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating another missing Fort Hood soldier who's from Brockton, Massachusetts. 23 year old sergeant Elder Fernandez hasn't been seen since Monday. His mother tells ABC News. This is out of character for her son. He's a good kid, you will never disappear. Do not tell his family what he said he will. Now that just doesn't fit to call me and tell me I'm OK. Don't worry. He wanted that for no reason. His car was found with all his belongings inside, and officials say Fernandez had recently signed a new lease but hadn't picked up the keys. He's described as 5 FT. Four inches tall at approximately £133. He was last seen wearing black Army shorts, A T shirt and red athletic shoes. Okay is Rob Hackle is standing by for Traffic. Can we go to traffic? It's 6 13. All right. Traffic and weather together at 6 13, the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Rob. How's it looking? Well, Suzanne, we got a big problem here. Coming into the city. This is travelling on Route one on the shout, Pound side. We had a disabled tractor trailer on the ramp, and now we're hearing it may have struck something that caused a puncture of its fuel tank. So this is in effect has re one. Shut down. This is Justus. You come up. From sixth Street onto the Tobin Bridge. All traffic we're told is being detoured off it route 16. There is still some traffic, though in the backup south of route 16 that they're trying to work. It work its way by that scene, but it should make you a new one South on be prepared to get off on route 16. You may want to find another route into the city. It looks okay. Coming through the Callahan Tunnel. Tobin out, found his slow with the work zone C of glaze, leaving the city up and over the Taliban. The lower deck is fine, not sing any big delays along Storrow Drive. Now the expressway South bound his jam. We had a crash and a car fire involved, too Down in East Milton Square traffics back to the Pont said. North on expressways Jam from Braintree up in the projects and then again from Mass. You have up to the O'Neill Tunnel where we have a breakdown now Reported to North bound in the O'Neill Tunnel by exit 23. This report is sponsored by Staple stores. Stables helps your business with amazing prices.
"kenneth braithwaite" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"For. Oh to Indiana. Unemployment claims rose above 20,000 last week again. Shilique Obama in reports. The U. S. Department of Labor says nearly 21,000 Hoosiers file for unemployment last week. That's up almost 3000 from the week before. About 930,000 Hoosiers have filed for unemployment since March. A number of unemployment claims and Indiana have been in the 20,000 since Early May. Shyla Kabbalah 93 w I B C MOBILE news. More than 65,000 people are known to have contracted the Corona virus in Indiana, 970 of them reported today. Still, more than 40% of the I. C u beds in more than 80 of the ventilators are still available. Marion County backs away from thoughts of delaying the high school football season already approved by the S A. But county health director Virginia Kane isn't done with this and we're going to try to spend the next few several weeks analysing the data. Highschool football practice begins Monday in Indiana Games are scheduled starting August 21st. The U. S s Indianapolis. Most torpedoed and sunk 75 years ago today, But the mission of the metal board changed the course of history. John Herrick reports. That's just one of the many reasons they received the Congressional gold medal today. One of the speakers at the ceremony was the Honorable Kenneth Braithwaite, who was the secretary of the Navy. He says the men on board likely didn't know the cargo they had would change the course of World War two. You just knew it had to make it through dangerous waters. So you set speed records kept the watch braved the contested waters and delivered the atomic bomb. If it wasn't for you and your shipmates history may have turned out very differently. And now the congressional gold medal will go into the Indiana War Museum. John Herrick 93 WNBC Mobile News, 93 W IBC presents a tribute tonight at seven. You're one minute away from traffic and weather it's for.
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"Believer willing to give up everything. Even life itself to bear witness to the truth that drove him all his life. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, also among those honoring Louis while back on Capitol Hill, Partisan sniping continues over anew Corona Virus relief package The amount of extra unemployment benefits among the sticking points as first time claims for benefits rise and the economy sinks. GDP, plunging nearly 33% in the second quarter. The number of registered voters hits an all time high in Georgia, 7.4 million signing up to cast ballots in an upcoming primary runoff and they stay registered for November. State elections officials drew sharp criticism in recent years for canceling nearly 300,000 voters from lists do to people not voting for many years. Or who had moved out of state. The voter purge was led by then George's secretary of state Bryan Camp, who is now governor. Boxes. Evan Brown president Trump raising concern again about a mass vote by mail effort this fall, suggesting in a tweet a delay should be considered. Democrats slamming that is an attempted distraction. Some also noting that only Congress and those states have the power to change an election and not without a date President in his tweet, making a distinction between mass mail in voting and the use of absentee ballots, which are requested America is listening to Bach's bees like www. PC Mobile News on the level on the go, Ah, big honor for the main of the U. S. S Indianapolis a rainy 70 degrees on the circle Rain falling all across central Indiana. Rod comic. Here's what's trending it to O to the U. S. S. Indianapolis was torpedoed and sunk 75 years ago today, But the mission of the men on board changed the course of history. John Herrick reports. It's one of the many reasons they received the congressional gold medal today. One of the speakers at the ceremony was the honorable Kenneth Braithwaite, who was the secretary of the Navy. He says the men on board likely didn't know the cargo. They had wood. Change the course of World War two just knew it had to make it through dangerous waters. So you set speed records kept the watch braved the contested waters and delivered the atomic bomb. If it wasn't for you and your shipmates history may have turned out very differently. And now the congressional gold medal will go into the Indiana War Museum. Sean Herrick 93 WNBC Mobile News, 970 more people in Indiana have tested positive for the Corona virus, according to today's update from the State Health Department. More than 11,000 new test, meaning 8.3% came back positive. 13 more Hoosiers have died from the virus, 2746 deaths since the pandemic started. It's two or three traffic and weather. Kaiser is off.
USS Indianapolis Crew Awarded Congressional Gold Medal on 75th Anniversary of Sinking
"Years to the day of the worst at sea disaster in US naval history. The crew of the USS Indianapolis received their congressional gold medal in a virtual ceremony this morning. The ceremony had several speakers, including the Honorable Kenneth Braithwaite. Was the secretary of the Navy from Pearl Harbor to the final days of World War two. You and your shipmates as part of our greatest generation completed mission after mission, taking the fight to the enemy and changing the course of history. Eight survivors of the USS Indianapolis remain today You can listen to
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"USA radio with Tim Burke the navy is upholding the firing of captain Brett closer closer was relieved of his command of the USS Theodore Roosevelt after raising alarms and going to the media regarding the outbreak of corona virus aboard the aircraft carrier in March opening a Pentagon briefing navy secretary Kenneth Braithwaite announces the decision following the investigation I am satisfied that it was conducted in an extremely thorough and fair manner moreover I fully support its findings recommendations Tennessee lawmakers are passing a comprehensive abortion bill the bill passed on a party line vote bans abortion once a heartbeat is detected which can happen as early as six weeks and a final look at your numbers on Wall Street at the closing bell the Dow lost two hundred and eight points to close the week at twenty five eight seventy one you're listening to U. S. state radio news balance of nature changing the world one life at a time I like the product very much I wake up in the morning I'm wide awake and I'm raring to go I'm almost seventy six and I'm working to different property management companies six days a week and I was really really dragging and I mean I could barely get myself to work and it all culminated when I started taking balance of nature it didn't happen right away I could take it for a little while and all of a sudden I just made a mental note Hey I'm feeling better and I am so I really.
"kenneth braithwaite" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"The news was first Josh Kenneth Braithwaite was confirmed by the Senate to be the seventy seventh navy secretary great weight is a nineteen eighty four graduate of our Naval Academy and served in the navy and the navy reserve for twenty seven years while serving as the US ambassador to Norway president trump nominated him to be the next navy secretary he came to the Senate Armed Services Committee during his nomination hearing Braithwaite said the navy is in troubled waters and listed some of the recent failings that he believes have caused a breakdown in trust in navy leadership his list included the fat Leonard scandal the twenty seventeen collisions of the USS fitzgerald and USS John McCain as well as judicial missteps and the corona virus outbreak on the USS Theodore Roosevelt wait wait said his top priority would be to restore the appropriate culture in the service culture is what gives an organization a sense of belonging and good order and discipline he said Braithwaite went on saying quote navy culture exists I won't say it's broken I think it's been tarnished I think the events over the last several years have helped see that occur and quote the navy's recent secretaries have been embroiled in controversies in the last several months Richard Spencer the last navy secretary was fired November twenty fourth by defense secretary Caspar for his handling of navy seal chief petty officer Gallagher former acting navy secretary Thomas Mosley resigned on April seventh after disparaging comments he made to the crew of the USS Theodore Roosevelt about the aircraft carriers former commander were leaked online our navy does need a strong focus leader now and it seems that ambassador break worries is just the right guy roughly thirteen hundred patients at department of Veterans Affairs medical facilities have received hydroxy Cork win for covert nineteen since late March according to VA secretary Robert Wilkie in a letter to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer Wilkie said that between February first and April twenty third the VA purchased over six point three million tablets of the anti malarial drug which was approved by the FDA in late March on an emergency use basis to treat the novel coronavirus hydroxy Clark when is normally used to treat lupus and rheumatoid arthritis and the VA dispenses roughly one million pills of it a month for those conditions the secretary said the VA purchase the amount to ensure that it had a significant supply for patients with those diseases as well as those with covert nineteen Wilkie wrote quote during this tract time period V. A. used about eighteen thousand of the tablets for covert nineteen which equates two point two eight of one percent Wilkie was responded to Schumer's request that the VA explain its bulk purchases of the medication and use to treat veterans with the sars Kobe to corona virus hydroxy Clark when it's been widely touted as a treatment by president trump who has said that he has taken it as a prophylaxis to prevent infection Schumer said he and several veterans groups have concerns about the use of the medication on VA patients many of whom are older and have underlying health conditions and make them more susceptible to the drugs most severe side effect a disruption of regular heart rhythms there's an awful lot of evidence that hydroxyl chlorine is quite effective in dealing with Colbert nineteen especially if taken early the opposition to it is in my opinion clearly political those who hate our president can't agree with anything that he promotions being good there are no known problems for people taking the drug properly I really hate those responses that are totally hate motivated on the contrary colonel the VA has dramatically reduced the use of hydroxy Clark when to treat veterans with covert nineteen so much so that throughout the entire VA system it was only used three times last week VA secretary Wilkie recently testified to this why would highly trained physicians and pharmacists cutbacks so significantly on prescribing hydroxy Clark Quinn because the initial evidence that showed promise had its own limitations since then it's been shown to make no difference or may have contributed to patient mortality in April the FDA issued a warning that hydroxy Cllr Quinn should not be prescribed off label and should only be used in a hospital or a clinical trial for covert nineteen because of heart rhythm risks we may have to agree to disagree but I do know one thing unless I contracted malaria I won't be taking it nearly six months after our Air Force announced it wanted more pilot applicants to take advantage of its height waiver program the service has decided to ditch the initial height requirement altogether to court more aviators assistant deputy chief of staff for manpower personnel and services Gwendolyn de Filippi said quote we're really focused on identifying and eliminating barriers to serve in the Air Force this is a huge win especially for women and minorities of smaller stature who previously may have assumed they were qualified to join our team end quote the service revised standards in two thousand fifteen to allow those shorter than five feet four inches or taller than six feet five inches to apply for a waiver the service.
"kenneth braithwaite" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Wants to reopen June fifth they all need final approval from the governor elsewhere the governor of Nevada says casinos can reopen June fourth mixed martial arts and boxing matches will be back as well I'm a Donahue the house of representatives voted by proxy for the first time in history despite a lawsuit by minority Republican leaders the cast a vote by proxy absent lawmakers sent letters electronically to the house clerk identifying their proxy designate along with exact instructions on how to vote on each question on the floor but house minority leader Kevin McCarthy says Republicans won't allow voting by proxy in the house all across this country we're seeing communities working towards opening up safely in California we're opening up churches were open up hair salons even today in America we're going to send astronauts back into space the only place that has been opening is here on the capitol inside the house the navy says results of an internal investigation into the spread of the coronavirus aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier have been received by the chief of naval operations admiral Mike Gilday kill they will review the investigation report and then consult with the incomings navy secretary Kenneth Braithwaite after he assumes the pose Friday a first investigation concluded the Roosevelt skipper captain Brad crozier who is fired over his handling of the outbreak should be restored to command more on these stories at town hall dot com all financial risk and is not suitable for all investors stock market have you nervous with all the massive fluctuations with the impact of corona virus and the upcoming election.
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"The AP is a lot of Durkin says that they are expected to plead guilty tomorrow to reduce charges in the college admissions cheating case he knew he had insisted over the last year that their payments were legitimate donations everyone seems to think that they were going to be heading to trial in October this decision was a bit of a surprise in exchange for them agreeing to plead guilty prosecutors are dropping some of the charges against them seems to indicate that they believed it was just too risky to take their case to trial welcome to try to get two months in prison husbands looking at five months prosecutors say they pay half a million dollars in bribes to get their daughters into the university of southern California's crew recruits even though they weren't rowers speaker Nancy Pelosi making the case again the house passed three trillion dollar heroes act besides money for states to expand covert nineteen testing and tracing well she says the money is also allocated for the cash strapped to postal service which he says needs the money in order to deliver millions of mail in ballots ahead of election day president trump is that he may withhold funding from Michigan and Nevada to states make it easier to vote by mail during the outbreak the president renewing his attacks on states allowing expanded mail in voting this time in Michigan one of the states that he's threatened to withhold money from claims without evidence that millions of mail in voters sheet to help someone other than president trump or Republicans win obviously there's going to be fraud we're not babies this tremendous fraud well the president has complained about democratic state mail in voting he said nothing about his new home state Florida letting him and everyone else there do the same Andy field ABC news Washington second time's the charm for Texas Republican congressman John Ratcliffe you'll be the new director of national intelligence Senate approves Radcliffe on a partisan forty nine forty four vote during this his second round is the nominee to be director of national intelligence last summer president trump withdrew the Texas congressman's nomination after just five days amid bipartisan concern that he lacked the requisite experience and reports he embellished his role in an anti terror case nevertheless trump renominated Radcliffe in February shortly after he served as a member of his impeachment team Adam Kelsey ABC news Washington Navy set sail with us new top civilian official the Senate confirming Kenneth Braithwaite has secretary on a voice vote before his nomination he was serving as ambassador to Norway the head of Harvard global institute thanks for the president's time line is unlikely for a vaccine the president has said that he believed one could be available soon Dr Acer's jaw telling CBS this morning anytime soon would be hard to pull off I am pretty optimistic that we're going to have a vaccine that in sometime in twenty twenty one my best guess is probably the middle of twenty twenty one but I'd love to be wrong I'd love for it to be.
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"And bill Baroni could not have violated the federal program fraud or wire fraud laws the decision said while there was wrongdoing including deception corruption and abuse of power the federal fraud statutes do not criminalize all such conduct Erin critters ski ABC news New York stocks are shrugging off another bad weekly jobless claims report stocks trading higher despite another three point two million Americans filing for first time unemployment claims last week that brings the number of initial jobless claims to more than thirty three million since the pandemic began one of president trump's personal valets is testing positive for corona virus the member of the U. S. navy part of an elite military unit that works closely with the first family the White House confirmed the test results and said president trump and vice president pence have both since tested negative and remain in good health the current U. S. ambassador to Norway could be the next secretary of the navy speaking of the Senate Armed Services Committee confirmation hearing senator Jack reed said if confirmed Kenneth Braithwaite must address how the corona virus pandemic is affecting the baby we also said the size of the navy will be another issue for the next secretary in charge and residential health care facilities have new rules to follow well in Miami Dade County mayor Carlos Jimenez signing an executive order requiring nursing homes to report covert nineteen inspections among residents and staff Miami Dade leads the state in the total number of coronavirus cases and Neiman Marcus group filing for bankruptcy protection the one hundred thirteen year old chain known for its high end department stores was in trouble before the pandemic began lord and Taylor also announcing it will liquidate its thirty eight stores Reuters says that Chaim also entering bankruptcy but it does not expect to emerge J. crew filed for chapter eleven three days ago on Wall Street the Dow is up three hundred forty nine points the nasdaq up one hundred eighteen S. and P..
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"Corona virus outbreak super Tuesday I'm in caves Rhode Island has announced the state's first case of corona virus and in Washington where a Seattle area man died of the corona virus testing is under way at a long term care facility correspondent Omar Jimenez state officials are treating this as a potential outbreak site it's why we as they expect both state health and CDC officials to be here over the course of today trying to make get to the bottom of where this came from and also testing around fifty people or so associated with this and it's why the center here has put out a note telling families and people who would be otherwise visiting to not come here because they won't be allowed in democratic presidential hopefuls are now focused on super Tuesday a critical round in the race for the White House after Joe Biden won the South Carolina primary Bernie Sanders tells ABC's this week that he will back the nominee while Democrats may have differences of opinion yeah I have differences with job like no great secret Joe voted for the war in Iraq Joe voted for a bad bankruptcy bill Joe voted for better trade agreements but at the end of the day I have no Joe Biden for a very long time he's a decent guy I have no doubt that if I win Joe will be there if Joe ends up winning I will be there Congress is gearing up for what could be another contentious confirmation hearings president trump says he plans to nominate Kenneth Braithwaite as navy secretary Braithwaite who presently serves as ambassador to Norway would replace Richard Spencer the president fired Spencer late November over his handling of navy seal chief Eddie Gallagher's war crimes case Braithwaite could have a tough confirmation following reports he failed to disclose a one year contract with Cambridge analytica as required in his government disclosure for Cambridge analytica shut down in two thousand eighteen following reports of misappropriated data from millions of Facebook users and flooded voters with misinformation in support of the Donald Trump campaign Linda Kenyon Washington IBM Kate's are you paying too much for term life insurance there's a tremendous price war among the major term life companies rates have dropped dramatically in the past few years for example a man H. forty five non tobacco user one million.
Trump Moves Ahead with Plan to Nominate Kenneth Braithwaite for Navy Secretary
"President trump says he plans to nominate Kenneth Braithwaite as navy secretary Braithwaite who presently serves as ambassador to Norway would replace Richard Spencer the president fired Spencer late November over his handling of navy seal chief Eddie Gallagher's war crimes case Braithwaite could have a tough confirmation following reports he failed to disclose a one year contract with Cambridge analytica as required in his government disclosure for Cambridge analytica shut down in two thousand eighteen following reports of misappropriated data from millions of Facebook users and flooded voters with misinformation in support of the Donald Trump campaign Linda Kenyon
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"Corona virus outbreak super Tuesday I'm in caves Rhode Island has announced the state's first case of corona virus and in Washington where a Seattle area man died of the corona virus testing is under way at a long term care facility correspondent Omar Jimenez state officials are treating this as a potential outbreak site is why we as they expect both state health and CDC officials to be here over the course of today trying to get to the bottom of where this came from and also testing around fifteen people or so associated with this and that's why the center here has put out a note telling families and people who would be otherwise visiting to not come here because they won't be allowed in democratic presidential hopefuls are now focused on super Tuesday a critical round in the race for the White House after Joe Biden won the South Carolina primary Bernie Sanders tells ABC's this week that he will back the nominee all Democrats may have differences of opinion yeah I have differences with Joe Biden no great secret Joe voted for the war in Iraq Joe voted for a bad bankruptcy bill Joe voted for their trade agreements but at the end of the day I have no Joe Biden for a very long time he's a decent guy I have no doubt that if I win Joe will be there if Joe ends up winning I will be there Congress is gearing up for what could be another contentious confirmation hearings president trump says he plans to nominate Kenneth Braithwaite as navy secretary Braithwaite who presently serves as ambassador to Norway would replace Richard Spencer the president fired Spencer in late November over his handling of navy seal chief Eddie Gallagher's war crimes case breezeway could have a tough confirmation following reports he failed to disclose a one year contract with Cambridge analytica as required in this government disclosure form Cambridge analytica shut down in two thousand eighteen following reports of misappropriated data from millions of Facebook users and flooded voters with misinformation in support of the Donald Trump campaign Linda Kenyon Washington IBM.
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"Rundown I'm rob Johnson it's a busy day so let's get started Washington is bound to be discussing the shake up in the department of defense after secretary mark asper forced resignation of navy secretary Richard Spencer yesterday Spencer no longer has a job because asper said he lacked candor regarding the case of navy seal Eddie Gallagher the Pentagon says Spencer try to work out a deal at the White House to keep Gallagher's rank without letting asper now Gallagher was slated to have a reveal because he's still convicted for one war crime now that's not happening as per decided to give in all of the messy issues surrounding chief Eddie Gallagher's case it would be impossible really for him to get a fair hearing from a military so as first decided to allow Gallagher to keep his trident and retire at current rank from the navy secretary as were also proposed ambassador Kenneth Braithwaite as Spencer successor brief weight is the US ambassador to Norway and a retired navy rear admiral faxes Christina Coleman Thomas motley is now the acting navy secretary coming up this morning the two jail guards responsible for monitoring Jeffrey apps in the night he killed himself are set for a conference hearing on charges they lied on prison records to cover themselves the indictment says the guards were sleeping and browsing the internet instead of checking in on F. stand and we'll hear from fox's Brian Yenice at U. S. District Court in New York in U. S. District Court in fort Lauderdale Florida it's sentencing day for Chinese business woman you Jing Zhang who was convicted of trespassing and president trump's Mar a Lago club and lying about it she reportedly tried saying she was in town for a U. N. event having traveled from China after her arrest Jiang was found to have a number of strange electronic devices a jury convicted Jiang in September and now prosecutors wanted to spend time in federal prison she looking at eighteen months behind bars faxes seven brown in Miami it's a busy afternoon for president trump at around two PM eastern he's expected to me with all Garion prime minister Boyko Boris sob at the White House another in a series of meetings with central European leaders a senior administration official highlighted two big agenda items for the two leaders.
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"Spoke with Ryan no well with the Coast Guard as of right now we do not have any current updates but the search did continue overnight into this morning as for the man rescued at last check he was listed in good condition transported to air station Cape Cod atop the U. S. navy official forced out of his job for his handling of navy seal Edward Gallagher's case Richard Spencer the navy's top civilian leader pushed out by defense secretary mark asper for trying to cut a secret deal that would have allowed Gallagher to keep his rank while publicly advocating for Gallagher's discipline CBS news correspondent Steve Dorsey with more in a statement as per said he's deeply troubled by Spencer's conduct handling Gallagher's case as per said Spencer no longer had his confidence to continue in his position as per is proposing to president trump that US ambassador to Norway Kenneth Braithwaite a retired navy rear admiral replace Spencer Spencer recently but it heads with the president about the situation and has submitted also a resignation letter as well five oh seven now miserable day for patriots football in Foxboro but it was a very special day for a group of new patriots sworn into military service on the field before kickoff at Gillette WBZ TV is Jim Smith tells us even the players were honored to want here is on a soggy Sunday at Gillette stadium but on this day everyone was honoring the real patriots those who serve our country in the armed forces soldiers who gave the ultimate sacrifice in new troops were sworn in on the field US army chief of staff general James makan deal did the honors special day because back in my hometown of Massachusetts the way they supporting a military lease of more than two dozen fallen service members were guests of the patriots at the game and every patriot player who wore a decals on their helmets with the initials of the service members killed in action huge night for Taylor swift at the American music awards where she collected her twenty fourth win to tie the previous record held by Michael Jackson swift used her speech to thank her current record label for letting her freely express herself through our music swift as a bed in a very public and very bitter battle with those who owner master recordings that made her a superstar she.
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"Backyard on Friday night investigators the next day had to obtain search warrant to recover the dog's body as for crook he was released on his own personal recognizance he's do involved in District Court on Tuesday defense secretary mark esper has fired navy secretary Richard Spencer esper Q. Spencer of secretly asking president trump to restore the seal status of navy chief petty officer Edward Gallagher who was convicted of posing with a dead body for a photo back in twenty seventeen he was then demoted CBS's Cammy McCormick has more in his resignation letter Richard Spencer says the most important responsibility he has is to maintain good order and discipline in the ranks and he no longer shares that understanding with the commander in chief defense secretary mark as for as for spent his resignation saying he had lost trust and confidence Mr trump plans to replace him with current US ambassador to Norway Kenneth Braithwaite a retired navy rear admiral a Dunkin in East Boston is closing after a series of health violations inspection all services shut down the maverick square shop last week after a video once Facebook showed mice running around inside the store the company is suing to prevent the franchise from re opening under the Dunkin name nine thirty three traffic and weather together the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three the road Steve well you're okay south of town on the expressway route three at twenty four ninety five north post patriots game traffic has you slowing down as you approach ninety three through one both directions heavy around the stadium north of town long term works on slows you down to the Chelsea curves route three four ninety five and one twenty eight are all moving at the speed limit and dealing with rain and visibility issues downtown you're good on ninety three Tobin bridge in the airport totals out west nothing in you in the pack free to a route nine except for more rain and some light snow causing more visibility issues but you're moving while steeper as WBZ twenty four hour traffic network and now the four day WBZ accu weather forecasting tapers off this evening and we'll see the gusty winds lesson as well as the night wears on full of clearing late tonight with the low thirty eight X. with realty will mostly be in the twenties that then tomorrow you'll see a good deal of sunshine returned milder with high fifty one nice after that what it will be partly cloudy philosophy close to forty on Tuesday you'll see such I'd be even milder nice to have to do to get travel day Tuesday heading out arctic possibly fifty six but it's nice for Wednesday but you still be able to get by cloudy couple of afternoon evening showers breezy with a high of fifty three Wednesday the thanksgiving day will be blustery and colder partly sunny with a high just forty six I'm accu weather meteorologist Frank straight WBZ Boston news radio right now it's thirty seven degrees in Haverhill forty in canton windy cloudy and forty two in Boston thirty three NFL players have been fined for a brawl between the Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers it began with the Browns defensive end miles Garrett pulled off the helmet of Steelers Mason Rudolph and club the quarterback with it CBS's Meg Oliver has more the punishment breaks down like this fines of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars against both teams three players suspended in twenty nine players must pay more than thirty five hundred dollars for entry the fight area fifty thousand dollars fine for Mason Rudolph for his actions when you factor in the loss of salaries from the suspensions the punishment totals more than two million dollars the horrific fight comes as the NFL is committed to preventing the number of brain injuries both players expressed remorse Gareth pace's indefinite suspension for using the helmet as a weapon the patriots beat the cowboys thirteen to nine in Foxboro Suzanne saws will W. B..