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"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Shooting was captured on police body cameras the chief said Bashar al characterize the optical covered as an imitation firearm North Korea conducted a second tested its long range rocket side second test in less than a week north Korea's pressuring the trump administration for major concessions as it approaches and end of your deadline that was set by the north Korean leader Kim Jong un Pyongyang is threatening to adapt quote new way if sanctions are lifted in talks don't resume it says the US can expect an ominous Christmas gift if it doesn't comply it's no longer the shared an expressway but the Sheraton Boulevard in the box what had been a mile long highway cutting through the south Bronx is now a surface level street complete with bike lanes cross walks in green median so we made a mistake when we decide these roads in the first place and we have to pull back and we do it no longer does the shared an expressway cut the neighborhood off from the waterfront says governor Cuomo expressway is opened up beautiful green space back to the Bronx river it's a transformation advocates have been fighting for since the late nineties but it didn't turn out how some had hoped Angela told for the nonprofit the point told us last year the new bowl of art is still the same with those the highway all having to call us eight lanes of traffic and she says new ramps off the broker the Cuomo administration is now building lonely encourage more truck traffic like Steve Byrnes WCBS newsradio eighty eighty five thirty six are you a high growth fast moving company that needs to react quickly to market changes and investment.

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"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on NPR News Now

"I'm Shay Stevens. US House Speaker. Nancy Pelosi is accusing President trump of committing knitting the impeachable offense of bribery allegedly by withholding military aid to get Ukraine to investigate the Biden's she says trump's request for favor in July phone. Call with Ukraine's Ukraine's new president amounts to an admission but republican congressman. Jim Jordan calls Pelosi's assertion ridiculous. We have The two members of the two individuals was on the call president trump presence Linski. WHO said there was no pressure no pushing no linkage of any type of security assistance being linked to investigation of Beryllium of the company that hired Hunter Biden or the Biden's themselves we have the fact that Ukrainians never even knew that the eight had been held at the time of the call and most importantly we know that the Ukrainians took no action to get the release during was speaking on? NPR is all things considered he sits on the House Intelligence Committee which is holding the public impeachment hearings news. President trump is asking the US Supreme Court to block a New York prosecutor subpoena. For eight years worth of his tax returns. The move sets the stage for illegal showdown down over trump's financial records and claims of immunity from investigations. You're as attorney general. William Bar wants to block the use of government money to purchase Internet Equipment Edmund from Chinese tech giant Z.. T. and one way. NPR's Jim Zarroli has details in a letter to the Federal Communications Commission. Bar said the two companies this cannot be trusted. He cited allegations that Y and Z T had stolen intellectual property and violated the Iran trade embargo bar bar wants the FCC to block Internet carriers from buying from the Chinese companies if they take money from the government's Universal Service Fund which helped subsidize as the construction of Internet networks. Less accessible areas bar said the upgrading of the Internet is a vital national security goal and shouldn't be contacted out out too unreliable companies Jim Zarroli. NPR News New York commercial satellite images show dozens of military aircraft gathering at an airport in North Korea. NPR's Jeff Brumfield report. The movement may be intended as a signal to the US allies. The images were taken by the company planet and shared exclusively with NPR by analysts at the website. Thirty eight north. They show a variety of planes at an airport. On the nation's east coast. Jenny town is with thirty. Eight north. There is is a long line of military aircraft of planes just lined up in a straight row all the way across the tarmac. She believes it could be preparations for demonstration Russian for North Korean leader. Kim Jong Un. Pyongyang has been showing off more military hardware as it grows increasingly frustrated with the US. It is warned of quote a a new way if a diplomatic solution can't be found by the end of the year Jeff from feel. NPR News Washington. You're listening to NPR news. The phone secretary Marcus burs rejecting any notion of unfairness in the decision to award the Pentagon's ten billion dollar cloud computing contract to Microsoft as spurs responding to Amazon's federal lawsuit claiming politics played a role in the process. President trump was among the critics of Amazon's bid. Esber recused accused himself from reviewing the bids because his son once worked with IBM which admitted losing bid. He made his comments today in Seoul where he's pressing the South Korean Rian government pay more for the cost of having. US troops stationed there in Little Rock. Arkansas teachers are expected to return to class today. Following a one day strike K.. A you a ours. Kelly commonly says the educators are protesting state control of the local school system and their loss of collective bargaining rights though. Oh several little rock school district. Teachers parents students solidarity to advocate for local control of the citywide district. Chris door a teacher. Sure at central high school says the district being under state control equates to systematic racism oppression. The majority of the students who attend school are minority. Students and this is an attempt to who essentially disenfranchised their parents to take away their voice in education and we as educators are knocking. Allow that to happen. Student told science to show their support and many chose to skip class us. Dorsey has hardly any of his colleagues have crossed the picket lines for NPR news. I'm Kelly Conley in Little Rock on stock markets in Asia shares closed mixed lower in Shanghai and Hong Kong Wall Street stocks were virtually unchanged. I'm Shay Stevens N._P._R.. News in Washington..

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"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

12:33 min | 1 year ago

"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm she Stevens US house speaker Nancy Pelosi is accusing president trump of committing the impeachable offense of bribery allegedly by withholding military aid to get Ukraine to investigate the bidens just as trump's request for favorite in July phone call with Ukraine's new president amounts to an admission looking congressman Jim Jordan calls below sees assertion ridiculous we have the two members of the two individuals on the call president trump presents Leschi who said there was no pressure no pushing no linkage of any type of security assistance being linked to an investigation of a resume of the company that hired hunter Biden for the bidens themselves we have the fact that Ukrainians never even knew that the aid and held at the time of the call and most importantly we know that the Ukrainians took no action to get the a release during my speaking on NPR's All Things Considered he sits on the house intelligence committee which is holding the public impeachment hearings president trump is asking the US Supreme Court to block a New York prosecutors subpoena for eight years worth of his tax returns the move sets the stage for a legal showdown over trump's financial records and its claims of immunity from investigations he was Attorney General William Barr wants to block the use of government money to purchase internet equipment from Chinese tech giant ZTE and Huawei NPR Jim zarroli has details in a letter to the Federal Communications Commission bar said the two companies cannot be trusted he cited allegations that Huawei and ZTE had stolen intellectual property and violated the Iran trade embargo bar once the FCC to block internet carriers from buying from the Chinese companies if they take money from the government's universal service fund which helps subsidize the construction of internet networks and less accessible areas Barr said the upgrading of the internet is a vital national security goal and shouldn't be contracted out to unreliable companies Jim zarroli NPR news New York commercial satellite images show dozens of military aircraft gathering an airport in North Korea and here's Jeff from field reports the movement may be intended as a signal to the US and its allies the images were taken by the company planet in shared exclusively with NPR by analysts at the website thirty eight north they show a variety of planes at an airport on the nation's east coast Jenny town is with thirty eight north there is a long line of military aircraft of planes just lined up in a straight row all the way across the tarmac she believes it could be preparations for demonstration for north Korean leader Kim Jong un Pyongyang has been showing off more military hardware as it grows increasingly frustrated with the U. S. it is warned of quote a new way if a diplomatic solution can be found by the end of the year Jeff from feel NPR news Washington you're listening to NPR news the secretary mark espers rejecting any notion of unfairness and the decision to award the Pentagon's ten billion dollar cloud computing contract to Microsoft espers responding to Amazon's federal lawsuit claiming politics played a role in the process president trump is among the critics of Amazon's bid esper recused himself from reviewing the bids because his son once worked with IBM which submitted a losing bet he made his comments today in Seoul where he's pressing the south Korean government to pay more for the cost of having US troops stationed there in little rock Arkansas teachers are expected to return to class today following a one day strike K. U. A. ours Kelly Connelly says the educators are protesting state control of the local school system and their loss of collective bargaining rights yeah several little rock school district teachers and parents students solidarity to advocate for local control of the city wide district Chris store a teacher at Central High School says the district being under state control equates to systematic racism and oppression the majority of the students who attend our school are minority students and this is an attempt to essentially disenfranchise their parents to take away their voice in education and we as educators are not going to allow that to happen students will sign to show their support and many chose to skip class door says hardly any of his colleagues have crossed the picket lines for NPR news I'm Kelly calmly in little rock on stock markets in Asia shares closed mixed lower in Shanghai and Hong Kong Wall Street stocks were virtually unchanged I'm sure Stevens NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the Charles Stewart Mott foundation for more than ninety years supporting efforts to promote it just equitable and sustainable society more add might dot org and the corporation for public broadcasting from NPR news this is All Things Considered I'm Audie Cornish and I'm ari Shapiro president trump has called her bad news former ambassador to Ukraine Maria von of its gets her chance to respond publicly tomorrow she will share her take on how she was ousted after what her colleagues call a campaign of slander led by trump's private lawyer Rudy Giuliani joining us to talk about this is NPR diplomatic correspondent shall Kelemen hi Michelle I always like the other witnesses slated to testify publicly Ivanovic has already testified behind closed doors what were the big takeaways from her deposition according to the transcript well in those many pages of transcript I'm Maria von of age offered a pretty dramatic picture of her ouster she said that she first learned that trump's private lawyer was campaigning against her from a Ukrainian official who told her to watch your back in late April she got a call from one of her colleagues that she should get on the first plane home and that this was about her security when she got back she was told simply that the president had lost confidence in our president trump's defenders of pointed out that ambassador serve at the pleasure of the president he has a right to remove her so what makes the situation different well to answer that I'm gonna take you through a little bit for the next few minutes of the testimony that we've heard so far affected George can do is another career foreign service officer he had been you've on images deputy in Ukraine and at the first public impeachment hearing yesterday he said that you know as diplomats they were used to criticism from Ukrainians or Russians who didn't like their messages it was unexpected and most unfortunate however to watch some Americans including those who allied themselves with corrupt Ukrainians in pursuit of private agendas want your tax on dedicated public servants advancing US interests in Ukraine can try to get the state department to push back at the disinformation campaign instead the department quietly brought your vine of its home claiming it was time to coincide with the inauguration of a new president and you crane can testified Wednesday that corrupt Ukrainian prosecutors who had their own axes to grind we're feeding bad information to trump's private lawyer Rudy Giuliani they are now peddling false information in order to extract revenge against those who expose their misconduct including US diplomats Ukrainian anti corruption officials and reform minded civil society groups in Ukraine the Democrat leading the impeachment inquiry says the sidelining of your vine of it set the stage for Giuliani to advance the president's personal and political interests at that hearing though Republican John Radcliffe dismissed that argument quoting can't himself as saying the president has the authority to recall an ambassador for any reason so you agree with me that we should impeach a president for exercising his constitutional authority I'm here's a fact witness to answer your questions your constitutional obligations consider the evidence before you former US diplomats have been outraged by the treatment of your Bonaventure three time ambassador and career public servant Tom countrymen who spent thirty five years in the foreign service as ambassadors serve at the pleasure of the president but the president's rights are not unlimited he's got the authority to do it but if he exercises the authority for the purpose extorting something from the government of Ukraine I would certainly call that an abuse but that's the judgment that the Congress has to make another former career diplomat Nancy mceldowny was furious that Mike Pompeii state department has not supported your line of it the secretary did not put out a statement even after a call transcript was released showing that trump was telling you cranes new president at the ambassador would be quote going through some things all of his considerable intimidation that has has been imposed on these people yeah they come forward because they feel duty bound and honor bound to tell the truth she says public servants are putting their careers privacy and personal safety at risk and ari you know some democratic lawmakers are warning the administration not to punish those state department officials who do come to testify because even though she's no longer the ambassador to Kramer Yuvan which is still a state department employee right that's right she still foreign service officer she's just teaching for the year at Georgetown University Michelle thank you for your reporting on you've on of its before we let you go on a slightly lighter note the staff here at All Things Considered noticed something in yesterday's public hearings that I want to ask you about the US embassy in keys that was can't saying queue we on the air have been saying he adds can you explain well right so it was actually in two thousand six the state department adopted that pronunciation and a different spelling K. Y. IV rather than K. I. easy because it sounds more Ukrainian rather than Russian and by the way it was George can to was the one who got the U. S. board on geographic names to agree to that change with apologies to George can't NPR's official pronunciation guidance remains key have Michelle common thanks a lot thank you early next year people will start getting letters in the mail about how they can participate in the U. S. census this is the first time the census will be mostly online NPR's onto a long looks at one of the challenges of going digital the threat of disinformation spread through social media in twenty twenty the US government is worried rumors of propaganda and social media could derail not only next year's elections but also the once a decade head count that impacts at least ten years of elections this is a new age the last the decennial census didn't really fair this type of challenge the census bureau's director Steven dealing him says appears been trying to monitor the potential threat from foreign governments and internet trolls anything from misstating how the census works to making fake census websites that could do throughout the constitutionally mandated count of every person living in the country and jeopardize numbers that determine how many congressional seats electoral college votes each state gets and how state local voting districts are redrawn we have one chance to do this right there are no do overs for the twenty twenty cents as we need to go to who has a leadership conference on civil and human rights is worried rumors of propaganda and social media could discourage communities of color and immigrant groups from the census many of whom have little trust in the trump administration especially after the fight over the now blocked citizenship question that fear can really be exacerbated and exploited when inaccurate information is put out in these communities the polarized rhetoric surrounding the failed push for citizenship question has turned the census into a hot button trolls can push according to young me Kim a professor at the university of Wisconsin Madison who has studied Facebook ads the way this issue has been discussed is very politicized so these are the weakest areas that are delicious actors will target that they could use social media platforms like Facebook and Google which among NPR's financial supporters a key factor will be how fast the platform takes action on falsehoods system.

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"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on NPR News Now

"I'm Windsor Johnston. At least two people are dead and several others are injured after a gunman opened fire at a high school in Southern California. The shooting at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita happened shortly after classes got underway this morning. Los It's Angela S- county sheriff. Villanueva updated the situation just a short time ago. There were total of six victims who were promptly Triage and Dan transported to local hospitals for treatment. Among those who were transported turned out to be the suspect who is currently in the hospital in grave condition as a male Asian sixteen years of age and a student of the school authorities say they have video showing the suspect shooting five other students and then and himself local officials say the FBI has joined the investigation commercial satellite images show dozens of military aircraft gathering at an airport airport in North Korea as NPR's Jeff Brumfield reports. It might be meant as a signal to the US and its allies. The images for taken by the company planned landed in shared exclusively with NPR by analysts at the website. Thirty eight north. They show a variety of planes at an airport on the nation's east coast. Jenny town with thirty eight north. There is a long line of military aircraft of planes just lined up in a straight row all the way across the tarmac. She believes it could be preparations for demonstration for North Korean leader. Kim Jong Un. Pyongyang has been showing off more military hardware as it grows increasingly frustrated with the US. It is warned of quote a new way if a diplomatic solution can't be found by the end of the year Jeff Brumfield. NPR News Washington teachers and Little Rock. Arkansas console are on strike. Kelly Connolly with member station K. U. A. R. Reports. They're protesting the state's control of the local school system. And a panels decision vision to strip the reunions collective bargaining rights several little rock school district teachers and parents students solidarity to advocate for local control of the citywide district. Chris door a teacher at central high school says the district being under State Control Equa- systematic racism in oppression. The majority of the students who attend our school minority students and this is an attempt to essentially disenfranchised their parents to take away their voice in education and we as educators talking to allow that to happen student till science to show their support and many chose to skip class door says hardly any of his colleagues have crossed the picket lines for NPR news. I'm Kelly Conley in Little Rock public. School Teachers in Chicago are voting on a tentative contract agreement. Today the deal ended in eleven day. Walkout stocks are trading trading mixed at this hour on Wall Street the Dow was down fourteen points the SMP up a fraction the Nasdaq down six this is NPR news. The Italian government has declared a state of emergency in Venice following the worst flooding. In more than fifty years officials continued to survey survey the damage which is estimated to be in the hundreds of millions of dollars the historic flooding has prompted calls to better protect the city from rising sea levels. The the Israeli army says Gaza militants have fired on Israel in apparent violation of a ceasefire Naomi's level off reports Gaza health officials say Israeli airstrikes killed thirty four people including at least six children in the past two days. The Israeli army said that its missile defense system intercepted two of the the five quote projectiles shot from Gaza into Israel. It was not yet clear if Israel would retaliate. The incident through the ceasefire announced by Islamic Jihad in the early morning hours into jeopardy schools in southern Israel and in Gaza have been closed for a third day in a row before the latest attack. The United Nations Middle East envoy Nickolay Mladenov wrote on twitter that Egypt and the UN had quote worked hard to prevent an all out war between Israel and Gaza. He called the coming hours and days as quote critical to ensuring an end to the violence for NPR news. I'm Naomi's level off in Tel Aviv. Iraqi officials say at least fourteen people people are dead after clashes broke out between security forces and anti-government protesters in central Baghdad. Today demonstrations have been holding protests for weeks to denounce government corruption and the country's weak economy and lack of jobs. This is N._p._R. News..

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"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Marie von of it the former US ambassador to Ukraine will testify before Congress tomorrow in the ongoing impeachment inquiry good evening I'm show me the bassoon this is All Things Considered on WNYC some of you one of which is colleagues say it wasn't right for the president to remove her from her post if he exercises the authority for the purpose extorting something from the Ukraine I would certainly call that an abuse civil rights groups and lawmakers are pushing tech companies to prepare for an onslaught of disinformation they could turn people off from the twenty twenty census especially people of color more on that story but first news headlines live from NPR news in Washington I am Jack's beer house speaker Nancy Pelosi is pointing to a possible bribery charge against president trump comments come a day after the first round of public hearings of the Democrat led impeachment inquiry NPR's ten mac reports the word bribery is explicitly cited by the framers of the constitution as a reason to impeach and remove senior government officials hello she said evidence of this has been uncovered in the impeachment inquiry the bride is to grant or withhold military assistance in return for a public statement of a of a of a fake investigation into the elections hello she said in a news conference Thursday the Democrats have not decided whether to move forward with articles of impeachment but house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff who is running the inquiry has also used the term he told NPR earlier this week that bribery was among the possible articles the house may consider to mac NPR news Washington anxious parents in California have spent much of the day waiting to be reunited with their children following the school shooting there also Angeles county sheriff's officials say they are sorry it's taken so long with the need to interview students who were there when a gunman opened fire claimed the lives of two students and wounding three others the gunman who shot himself is reportedly being treated at a hospital the lone gunman opened fire at about seven thirty this morning at Saugus high school in the city of Santa Clarita commercial satellite imagery is showing dozens of military aircraft gathered at an airport in North Korea are struck from fellow explains it might be meant as a signal to the US and its allies the images were taken by the company planet and shared exclusively with NPR by analysts at the website thirty eight north they show a variety of planes at an airport on the nation's east coast Jenny town is with thirty eight north there is a long line of military aircraft of planes just lined up in a straight row all the way across the tarmac she believes it could be preparations for demonstration for north Korean leader Kim Jong un Pyongyang has been showing off more military hardware as it grows increasingly frustrated with the U. S. it is warned of quote a new way if a diplomatic solution can be found by the end of the year Jeff from feel NPR news Washington prices at the producer level that's before they head down the pipeline to consumers took their biggest bump in six months in October but performance and wholesale prices were up four tenths of a percent last month in part due to surging energy costs labor department says the October increase followed the down turn the prior month core wholesale prices were stripped out traditionally volatile sectors like food and energy were up three tenths of a percent a mixed close on Wall Street today the stocks were fairly flat the Dow was down a point to twenty seven thousand seven eighty one the nasdaq fell three points the S. and P. five hundred was up two points today you're listening to NPR this is W. NYC in New York I'm show me the bass sale fifteen people have managed to secure American visas after being kept out of the country by the travel ban this includes nine Iranian nationals and six Syrians who are now free to join their families in the US after taking the trump administration to court attorney Rafael your Reyna says it's not clear why some people are receiving waivers to the travel ban it seems completely random at this point other than the fact that some of these applications have sought we dress in federal court one Bronx based family member Yasser Abed Daddy said he already booked a flight for his Syrian wife and that she intended to pursue a graduate degree in nutrition when she joins him here in New York city council speaker Cory Johnson says he fully supports the staff unionizing and he's open to other changes to improve the workplace culture within the legislative body political New York reported that current employees are talking about forming a union to address pay disparity and other workplace issues staffers also laid out their concerns in an open letter published on medium earlier this month Johnson says the message was received I hear them and we are not perfect and I want to do better so if there are other ways that we can do better if that means coming up with a potential minimum salary for all staff members even if they're not in central staff that's something I'm open to looking at there are more than seven hundred staff within the council and the metropolitan museum of art is set to receive more than three hundred seventy donated works and eighty million dollars in acquisitions after the death of a benefactor earlier this year the museum announced that philanthropists Jane writes men had planned the gifts before she died in April The New York Times reports the pieces include van dyke's portrait of queen Henrietta Maria Reitman and her late husband Charles rates men have donated more than twelve hundred works in total to the mat we have cloudy skies in New York as the.

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"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A total of six victims who were promptly triage and transport the local hospitals for treatment among those who were transporters turned out to be the suspect who is currently in the hospital in in great condition and he's a male Asian sixteen years of age and a student of the school authorities say they have video showing the suspect the shooting five other students and then himself local officials say the FBI has joined the investigation commercial satellite images show and dozens of military aircraft gathering at an airport in North Korea as NPR's job from feel reports it might be meant as a signal to the US and its allies the images were taken by the company planet in shared exclusively with NPR by analysts at the website thirty eight north they show a variety of planes at an airport on the nation's east coast Jenny town is with thirty eight north there is a long line of military aircraft of planes just lined up in a straight row all the way across the tarmac she believes it could be preparations for demonstration for north Korean leader Kim Jong un Pyongyang has been showing off more military hardware as it grows increasingly frustrated with the U. S. it is warned of quote a new way if a diplomatic solution can be found by the end of the year Jeff from feel NPR news Washington teachers in little rock Arkansas all are on strike Kelly Connelly with member station K. U. A. R. reports they're protesting the state's control of the local school system end of panel's decision to stricter unions collective bargaining rights yeah several little rock school district teachers and parents students solidarity to advocate for local control of the city wide district Chris store a teacher at Central High School says the district being under state control equates to systematic racism and oppression the majority of the students who attend our school are minority students and this is an attempt to essentially disenfranchise their parents to take away their voice in education and we as educators are not going to allow that to happen students hold signs to show their support and many chose to skip class door says hardly any of his colleagues have crossed the picket lines for NPR news I'm Kelly calmly in little rock public school teachers in Chicago are voting on a tentative contract agreement today the deal ended an eleven day walk out stocks are trading next at this hour on Wall Street the Dow was down fourteen points the S. and P. up a fraction the nasdaq down six this is NPR news this is W. NYC in New York I'm show me the best sale New York City is enlisting the help of thousands of government workers to address the homeless crisis mayor bill de Blasio says the city has begun training employees who work in agencies like sanitation the fire department and the parks department on how to use the three one one apt to direct social services to people who are homeless he says helping new Yorkers move off of the streets and out of subways and into permanent housing takes a lot of time and perseverance I want everyone to stand I'm not talking about a few times and not talk about a few dozen times sometimes you're talking about hundreds of times before it works but it is worth it the city is also hiring another one hundred eighty outreach workers that's a bump of fifty percent over current staffing levels police say they've arrested a man on hate crime charges in at least three anti semitic incidents in Brooklyn last weekend the NYPD is charged eighteen year old male he poke for assault harassment and reckless endangerment authorities say he threw eggs at two women and at a synagogue in borough park a block from his home there were no injuries in any of the incidents it's unclear if hope has an attorney and the metropolitan museum of art is set to receive more than three hundred seventy donated works and eighty million dollars in acquisitions after the death of a benefactor earlier this year the museum announced that philanthropist Jane writes men have planned the gifts before she died in April she and her late husband have donated more than twelve hundred works in total to the mat cloudy skies in New York at the moment a little bit breezy to its forty three degrees out right now at three OO six support for NPR comes from EBSCO committed to providing analytics and insights to libraries that enables smarter collection development improve work flows and greater user experiences learn more at EBSCO dot com I'm Chris Garcia my.

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"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on KCRW

"Were a total of six victims were promptly triage and transport the local hospitals for treatment among those who were transporters turned out to be the suspect who is currently in the hospital then in great condition and he's a male Asian sixteen years of age and a student of the school authorities say they have video showing the suspect shooting five other students and then himself local officials say the FBI has joined the investigation commercial satellite images show and dozens of military aircraft gathering at an airport in North Korea as NPR's job from feel reports it might be meant as a signal to the US and its allies the images were taken by the company planet in shared exclusively with NPR by analysts at the website thirty eight north they show a variety of planes at an airport on the nation's east coast Jenny town is with thirty eight north there is a long line of military aircraft of planes just lined up in a straight row all the way across the tarmac she believes it could be preparations for demonstration for north Korean leader Kim Jong un Pyongyang has been showing off more military hardware as it grows increasingly frustrated with the U. S. it is warned of quote a new way if a diplomatic solution can be found by the end of the year Jeff from feel NPR news Washington teachers in little rock Arkansas all are on strike Kelly Connelly with member station K. U. A. R. reports they're protesting the state's control of the local school system and the panel's decision to stricter unions collective bargaining rights now several little rock school district teachers and parents students solidarity to advocate for local control of the city wide district Chris store a teacher at Central High School says the district being under state control equates to systematic racism and oppression the majority of the students who attend our school are minority students and this is an attempt to essentially disenfranchise their parents to take away their voice in education and we as educators are not going to allow that to happen students hold signs to show their support and many chose to skip class door says hardly any of his colleagues have crossed the picket lines for NPR news I'm Kelly Conley in little rock public school teachers in Chicago are voting on a tentative contract agreement today the deal ended an eleven day walk out stocks are trading next at this hour on Wall Street the Dow is down fourteen points the S. and P. up a fraction the nasdaq down six this is NPR news the Italian government has declared a state of emergency in Venice following the worst flooding in more than fifty years officials continue to survey the damage which is estimated to be in the hundreds of millions of dollars the historic flooding has prompted calls to better protect the city from rising sea levels the Israeli army says Gaza militants have fired on Israel in apparent violation of the ceasefire Naomi's level off reports Gaza health officials say Israeli air strikes killed is thirty four people including at least six children in the past two days the Israeli army said that its missile defense system intercepted two of the five quote projectiles shot from Gaza into Israel it was not yet clear if Israel would retaliate the incident through the ceasefire announced by Islamic Jihad in the early morning hours into jeopardy schools in southern Israel and Gaza have been closed for a third day in a row before the latest attack the United Nations Middle East envoy a nickel I'm not an old wrote on Twitter that Egypt and the U. N. had quote worked hard to prevent an all out war between Israel and Gaza he called the coming hours and days quote critical to ensuring an end to the violence for NPR news I'm Naomi's Avalos in Tel Aviv Iraqi officials say at least fourteen people are dead after clashes broke out between security forces and anti government protesters in central Baghdad today demonstrations have been holding protest for weeks to denounce government corruption and the country's weak economy and lack of jobs this is NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include a little passports their new science junior subscription for kids aims to inspire curiosity designed to bring projects to life while utilizing new science concepts more a little.

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"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Were a total of six victims were promptly triage and transport the local hospitals for treatment among those who were transporters turned out to be the suspect who is currently in the hospital in in great condition and he's a male Asian sixteen years of age and a student of the school authorities say they have video showing the suspect the shooting five other students and then himself local officials say the FBI has joined the investigation Jules satellite images show and dozens of military aircraft gathering at an airport in North Korea as NPR's jump from feel reports it might be meant as a signal to the US and its allies the images were taken by the company planet in shared exclusively with NPR by analysts at the website thirty eight north they show a variety of planes had an airport on the nation's east coast Jenny town is with thirty eight north there is a long line of military aircraft of planes just lined up in a straight row all the way across the tarmac she believes it could be preparations for demonstration for north Korean leader Kim Jong un Pyongyang has been showing off more military hardware as it grows increasingly frustrated with the U. S. it is warned of quote a new way if a diplomatic solution can be found by the end of the year Jeff from feel NPR news Washington teachers in little rock Arkansas all are on strike Kelly Connelly with member station K. U. A. R. reports they're protesting the state's control of the local school system and a panel's decision to strip their unions collective bargaining rights yeah several little rock school district teachers and parents students solidarity to advocate for local control of the city wide district Chris store a teacher at Central High School says the district being under state control equates to systematic racism and oppression the majority of the students who attend our school are minority students and this is an attempt to essentially disenfranchise their parents to take away their voice in education and we as educators are not going to allow that to happen students will sign to show their support and many chose to skip class doors has hardly any of his colleagues have crossed the picket lines for NPR news I'm Kelly calmly in little rock public school teachers in Chicago are voting on a tentative contract agreement today the deal ended an eleven day walk out stocks are trading next at this hour on Wall Street the Dow is down fourteen points the S. and P. up a fraction the nasdaq down six this is NPR news live from KQED news I'm Brian what San Francisco supervisor valley brown has conceded the district five race nine days after the election brown called progressive challenger dean pressed in this morning to congratulate him pressed in one by just one hundred eighty seven votes in a message to her supporters brown said the that the contest was the closest supervisorial race in recent memory she says after consulting with experts she determined the chances of a change in the result was too slim San Ramon they chevron said there's been yet another uncontrolled oil leak at one of its well sites and current county about forty miles west of Bakersfield KQ Edie's Ted Goldberg reports the latest release is in the same recoil field the sight of a series of incidents state regulators and the industry call surface expressions chevron says the new release started last Thursday and since then more than eleven thousand gallons of crude have come up from the ground last month a similar release began in the same part of the field and has been growing ever since chevron says work it's doing to stop a much bigger flow of crude maybe leading to the new incidents that major flow has leaked tens of millions of gallons of oil and it's gone on for more than sixteen years new state rules bar the releases which in one case have led to a multi million dollar penalty again chevron the California report I'm Ted Goldberg vice president Mike pence and his wife Karen pants are in the bay area today Mike pence is touring the NASA Ames research center Karen tenses visiting Coast Guard families at their base in Alameda several groups have announced plans to protest outside NASA Ames I'm Brian what thanks for listening to KQED news support this afternoon comes from bridge banker division of western alliance bank offering flexible financial solutions to the technology and life sciences.

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"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Jeremy Hobson will continue our look at Chicago's improv scene with the visit to I o where aspiring comedians come to learn the art of infra co-founder Sharona Halpern tells us they've got to stay up on the news. And that's her job is to explore the issues and make statements on stage. And so you have to have something to say, well, what good is it? That's next time on here. Stay with us for the here. And now program it's coming your way right after forum. It gets underway at eleven o'clock this morning here on kqeDorg. Welcome back to forum. NPR's Scott Horsely has been a White House correspondent for the past decade. He recently covered. President Trump's second summit with Kim Jong UN which ended without a nuclear deal and Scott Horsely joins us now to talk about the summit. The latest political news and his experiences covering the Trump administration. Good to have you back with us right to be with you. Usually we do this long distance. To see you here in the studio. I know you're going to Berkeley to give a talk, and they will hope appreciate the fact that you're doing that in one of the classrooms over there. Let's let's talk about North Korea. Let's begin with North Korea because they're dismantling the missile launch site. Now that is the Kim Jong UN Pyongyang government. And President Trump has made much of the closing that site. It was snow in plain sight one has to wonder they know our satellites are seeing it. So as a message coming back to us after the summit. Well, the North Koreans. I think were willing to do some dismantling, but way, they weren't willing to do as much as the White House wanted in exchange for the really sweeping sanctions relief that they were demanding. And that's that's why the talks broke down where it goes from here anybody's guess, the president seems to think he can still be persuasive with young young, but his own intelligence community has said look Kim Jong UN and his family for three generations have been building. This new. Clear arsenal as the safeguard of their regime, and the intelligence community is skeptical that they are going to be willing to give it up. This does break the Singapore pledge though, doesn't it? I mean rebuilding this missile site. You know, I'm not sure that the Singapore pledge had enough specifics to know, whether this breaks it. There was a pledge to denuclearize the peninsula in Singapore. But there since then both the administration and the North Koreans have conceded that they have a difference of opinion of what that denuclearization means one of the goals in Hanoi was to try to maybe get some specifics about what what that term met. So whether this constitutes a violation of that very vague Singapore agreement hard to say, I have my own theories that probably by no means alone in this. The President Trump is really panting to get a Nobel out of this. But maybe he's listening to people like Pompeo to I think the I think the Nobel prize is off the table for the time being one big question. So this is a love affair with Kim Jong off the table. He says that this was not an angry breakdown in talks the administration's characterizing this as simply sort of a pause to group he and he and Kim seem to part on amicable terms. Even though they didn't come away with a deal. So, you know, I guess the love affair is is. They're taking a break. But the love affair is not dead. And he will keep Kim Jong on on the world stage and keep perhaps defending him as long as Kim Jong and tells him he has nothing to do with Otto warmbier or nothing to do with perhaps even all the human rights violations that are going on going on in North Korea, including his killing of his own path brother, but somebody I think you would interview dandruff nurse from the Fletcher school of law and diplomacy, and he seemed to suggest that maybe President Trump will learn a little humility like this. Discover like healthcare, it's complicated. I think he I think that was he was an optimistic view from professor Dresner. We haven't really seen any signs of that humility since Trump came back from from annoy empty-handed, but certainly the rest of us can can come away informed that this is complicated. And that it's not as if the president the master deal maker can simply go in and through force of personality. Do what his predecessors have been unable to do for multiple multiple ministry. And he has said that predecessors got nowhere. I mean, he keeps bringing that up. Sure. Sure. He's he's always said, you know, this is a problem that others should have taken care of. Now. I think we're all seeing if the president himself has not why it's been so challenging in the past. So let's talk with you a bit about the some of this coming up with Xi Jinping. It's gonna be on trade. That's one of your specialties everybody who listened to you know. So what do you expect to come out of that? You know, that's a real interesting question. And and in terms of how it fits with the Hanoi disappointment does does China now come into these talks newly energized thinking, okay, the president does know how to walk away. He's not going to accept a bad deal. We better put our best foot forward or to the Chinese think. Wow. Trump is really on the ropes. Now, he really needs. A win weakened put next to nothing on the table. And and get a deal and he predicted. I'm out of the predictions business. But I do think the president does feel some pressure to get a foreign policy win. We we we there was some reporting this week about the negotiations and closing in on a deal, and depending on whose account you listen to there was either very little about the kind of structural reforms in China that the administration has said it wanted where there was nothing at all about those structural reforms. It does seem as if China is willing to up its purchases of US farm goods, maybe up its purchases of Ellen g those were always the easy low hanging fruit that the real challenge has been will China reform. It's it's economy in around things like intellectual property, the force transfer of American know how and if the president can get some concessions on that that will be that'll be impressive. But it's I think it's still very much an open question whether that any deal that he strikes with with president Xi will include those kinds. Hard structural changes. If you just joined us, we're talking about US relations with North Korea trade issues with China and other recent news as well with NPR White House correspondent, Scott Horsely..

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"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"The with all of the attention reports the a focused on singapore and the summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un pyongyang must be buzzing with excitement right well maybe it would be if anyone here knew it was actually happening instead north korea's capital was like the common the center of a storm with few sources of information other than government run media and they have loudspeakers everywhere many homes have loudspeakers with government propaganda gossip and word of mouth north koreans were largely in the dark about the momentous potentially life changing events taking place outside of their isolated nation before monday official news outlets had reported only the two leaders planned to me without saying where or when or offering any other specifics even as kim arrived in singapore on a special air china flight sunday just hours before trump there was still no word in north korea that their leader was traveling abroad and by the way i think part of the reason for that is because it is a regime that is very very conscious of its own shakiness invulnerability which is of course what trump has going for him in these negotiations dan i appreciate your call and i think your sentiments are not ridiculous frankly let's go to al palm city florida alley you're on the michael medved show taking my call you bet and your voice sounds just as good today they did many years ago before you got cancer so thank you.

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"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"The with all of the attention reports the ap a focused on singapore in the summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un pyongyang must be buzzing with excitement right well maybe it would be if anyone here knew it was actually happening instead north korea's capital was like the common the center of a storm with few sources of information other than government run media and they have loudspeakers everywhere many homes have loudspeakers with government propaganda gossip and word of mouth north koreans were largely in the dark about the momentous potentially life changing events taking place outside of their isolated nation before monday official news outlets had reported only the two leaders planned to me without saying where or when or offering any other specifics even as kim arrived in singapore on a special air china flight sunday just hours before trump there was still no word in north korea that their leader was traveling abroad and by the way i think part of the reason for that is because it is a regime that is very very conscious of its own shakiness invulnerability which is of course what trump has going for him in these negotiations dan i appreciate your call and i think your sentiments are not ridiculous frankly let's go to our palm city florida allier on the michael medved show taking my call very graciously came up and and and also inquired about my health and indicated how gratified he was that i'm i thank god any.

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"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on talkRADIO

"And who lost his brexit vote last night and what should you do if you've got a dixon's car fade contract have you had your data hacked we'll find out next that's after the headlines antiwar morning julia who did come out better in the brexit radio on the our news headlines ministers say they won't have their hands bound y mp's during brexit negotiations as after theresa may avoided defeat over parliament's demands from meaningful vote on the final deal agreed with brussels both sides claiming victory political editor matt charlie from the times red box has been telling julia onto radio it was a fascinating evening there was clearly a wheel fear of defeat yesterday at a concession of salts was made enough to hold that off now the big question is due to main if if the government doesn't deliver on that promise of a concession to the maintenance have in them to defeat the government or were they ended up voting over in the end and that's the thing that we don't really know was studying at a news agency this morning looking at the front pages you be like to be a bit confused well the spoons to sell more uk and non e you drinks in the runup to brexit it means an end to french champagne and german beer the chain believes it will mean reduced prices both the us and north korea claiming victory after yesterday's historic meeting between donald trump and kim jong un pyongyang state media claims america intends to lift crippling sanctions and that the us president has agreed to a state visit the white house says neither of those will happen yet but mr trump's told fox news is hannity program mr came woolworth fast i just think that we are now going to start the process of denuclearization of north korea and i believe that he's going back and we'll started virtually immediately the retailer dixons carphone has discovered a data breach involving five point nine million payment cards and.

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"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"The with all of the attention reports the a focused on singapore in the summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un pyongyang must be buzzing with excitement right well maybe it would be if anyone here knew it was actually happening instead north korea's capital was like the common the center of a storm with few sources of information other than government run media and they have loudspeakers everywhere many homes have loudspeakers with government propaganda gossip and word of mouth north koreans were largely in the dark about the momentous potentially life changing events taking place outside of their isolated nation before monday official news outlets had reported only the two leaders planned to me without saying where or when or offering any other specifics even as kim arrived in singapore on a special air china flight sunday just hours before trump there was still no word in north korea that their leader was traveling abroad and by the way i think part of the reason for that is because it is a regime that is very i'm very conscious of its own shakiness invulnerability which is of course what trump has going for him in these negotiations dan i appreciate your call and i think your sentiments are not ridiculous frankly let's go to alpine city florida alley you're on the michael medved show taking my call very graciously came up and and and also inquired about my health and indicated how gratified he was that i'm i thank god thank you go ahead.

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"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"The with all of the attention reports the ap a focused on singapore in the summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un pyongyang must be buzzing with excitement right well maybe it would be if anyone here knew it was actually happening instead north korea's capital was like the common the center of a storm with few sources of information other than government run media and they have loudspeakers everywhere at many homes have loudspeakers with government propaganda gossip and word of mouth north koreans were largely in the dark about the momentous potentially life changing events taking place outside of their isolated nation before monday official news outlets had reported only the two leaders planned to me without saying where or when or offering any other specifics even as kim arrived in singapore on a special air china flight sunday just hours before trump there was still no word in north korea that their leader was traveling abroad and by the way i think part of the reason for that is because it is a regime that is very very conscious of its own shakiness invulnerability which is of course what trump has going for him in these negotiations dan i appreciate your call and i think your sentiments are not ridiculous frankly let's go to al palm city florida allier on the michael medved show taking my call very graciously came up and and and also inquired about my health and indicated how gratified he was that i'm i thank god thank you go ahead.

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"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Npr news in washington i'm louise schiavone president trump this morning poised to board marine one on route to address naval academy graduates is talking about the state of play with north korea see what happens we're talking to them now it was a very nice day we'll see what happens north korea says it's still willing to hold talks with the us despite president trump's cancelation of an upcoming summit with ruler kim jong un pyongyang sounding more conciliatory president trump this morning tweeting that he welcomes north korea's latest quote warm and productive statements funeral services continue today for victims of a mass shooting at santa fe high school in texas and pr's hunting lo wong reports mourners are gathering one week after an alleged gunman killed ten people family and friends are paying their last respects to some of the santa fe high school students as well as one of the teachers who was killed and there are more funerals expected after memorial day weekend and some of the thirteen people were injured are still recovering in local hospitals and there are a number of benefits scheduled this weekend to help the families cover the medical costs a dramatic scene in lower manhattan today as one time movie giant harvey weinstein turned himself into police falling allegations of sexual abuse from dozens of women arrested process and charged with rape criminal sex act sex abuse and sexual misconduct charges i'm louise schiavone npr news washington at six forty three good morning i'm dave freeman with acuity perspective ellen greene black watch transfixed as a humble dung beetle did his thing and in the process gave her a lot to think about the dung beetle which you will not be surprised to learn lives in manure is not high on anyone's list of musi critters on a trip to africa or trip anywhere but i recently learned a lesson from dung beetle clearly focused on what a.

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"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Wnyc dot org this is wnyc fm hd and am new york bbc news with sue montgomery china has urged the united states are north korea to demonstrate goodwill to create conducive atmosphere for next month's summit between president trump and kim jong un pyongyang has threatened to cancel the talks if washington continues to press for its unilateral nuclear disarmament a chinese foreign ministry spokesman gang called and take and all signs sawyer one zero tommy all relevant parties especially north korea and the us should meet each other halfway and demonstrate mutual goodwill and sincerity to actively create a conducive atmosphere for their leaders meeting and realize the denuclearization of the korean peninsula and long lasting peace and stability earlier pyongyang angrily criticized the us and south korea for the resumption of joint military exercises and canceled this week's talks with seoul this was pharmaceutical company novartis says said it's top lawyer is stepping down over a one point two million dollar contract the company signed with donald trump's personal lawyer michael cohen novartis is lawyer felix erhard said it had been legal but was a mistake the company signed the one year contract with michael kunze consultancy company soon after mr trump took office mr cohen is currently being investigated by the federal authorities in the united states in belgium has rejected an extradition requests from spain for three former catalan government ministers who are being investigated over the region's unilateral declaration of independence from brussels gavin lee after six months in selfimposed exile in belgian tony come in murray shell surat ann lewis tweet today told they won't have to return to spain to face allegations of rebellion or disobedience and misusing public funds they hugged one another and their supporters cheered outside the court after the spa punish request for extradition was officially rejected the belgian court ruled that the list of allegations were not compatible with crimes recognized under a european arrest warrant the former castle and president us pushed him on remains in exile in germany awaiting a court decision on whether he can be extradited over allegations of misusing public funds the organizer of the gay pride week.

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Novartis lawyer steps down over payments to Trump lawyer Michael Cohen

AM with Michael Hart

02:32 min | 2 years ago

Novartis lawyer steps down over payments to Trump lawyer Michael Cohen

"Wnyc dot org this is wnyc fm hd and am new york bbc news with sue montgomery china has urged the united states are north korea to demonstrate goodwill to create conducive atmosphere for next month's summit between president trump and kim jong un pyongyang has threatened to cancel the talks if washington continues to press for its unilateral nuclear disarmament a chinese foreign ministry spokesman gang called and take and all signs sawyer one zero tommy all relevant parties especially north korea and the us should meet each other halfway and demonstrate mutual goodwill and sincerity to actively create a conducive atmosphere for their leaders meeting and realize the denuclearization of the korean peninsula and long lasting peace and stability earlier pyongyang angrily criticized the us and south korea for the resumption of joint military exercises and canceled this week's talks with seoul this was pharmaceutical company novartis says said it's top lawyer is stepping down over a one point two million dollar contract the company signed with donald trump's personal lawyer michael cohen novartis is lawyer felix erhard said it had been legal but was a mistake the company signed the one year contract with michael kunze consultancy company soon after mr trump took office mr cohen is currently being investigated by the federal authorities in the united states in belgium has rejected an extradition requests from spain for three former catalan government ministers who are being investigated over the region's unilateral declaration of independence from brussels gavin lee after six months in selfimposed exile in belgian tony come in murray shell surat ann lewis tweet today told they won't have to return to spain to face allegations of rebellion or disobedience and misusing public funds they hugged one another and their supporters cheered outside the court after the spa punish request for extradition was officially rejected the belgian court ruled that the list of allegations were not compatible with crimes recognized under a european arrest warrant the former castle and president us pushed him on remains in exile in germany awaiting a court decision on whether he can be extradited over allegations of misusing public funds the organizer of the gay pride week.

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"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"kim jong un pyongyang" Discussed on WJR 760

"More than a hundred one he ran a red light and slammed into another car last night in detroit that speeding driver was killed the man in his early twenties was traveling south in chevy tracks vehicle on greenfield when he hit a ford flex traveling east time on the impact caused the tracks to roll over several time times the driver of the tracks was killed he had a passenger which was ejected from that vehicle no serious injuries are reported from anybody in the other vehicle district court exam is scheduled for today for a wolverine lake man michael stack who killed two people in a wrong way traffic wreck in december the kilowatt volcano on hawaii's big island coming to life ash lava spewing forth people in a subdivision ordered to leave their homes i'm in my house my house is safe famous last words national security adviser john bolton is meeting with south korean security chief in washington among the issues the proposed meeting between trump and kim jong un pyongyang is on the brink of a new era according to the advocates the us appears to be on board with the changes no data set but expectations are high for the proposed meeting between president trump and his north korean counterpart kim jong un state department spokeswoman heather now art and we are looking forward to what they have pledged which is exactly that denuclearization pyongyang has also committed to talks to formally end its war with south korea it would certainly be a wonderful thing to have the war formerly brought to an end i'm john lawrence reporting the national rifle association in dallas its annual convention going on today and tomorrow president trump and vice president pence will speak at the association a big scare in downtown detroit a parking garage partially collapsed eight vehicles were damaged this was an older structure between woodbridge in franklin street the deck was supposed to have been inspected last year at didn't happen the us government is charging martin winker corn the former chief executive officer of volkswagen with fraud in the company's diesel emissions cheating scandal they seventy year old former vw ceo it liz lives in germany and he is out of the reach of the.

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