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"kyle gass" Discussed on The Ralph Report

The Ralph Report

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"kyle gass" Discussed on The Ralph Report

"And it's wildly funny. You haven't seen the video check it up yourself. Here's a little bit of the tail end of it okay. This looks fun in a in a last days of fox firesale kind of way. Not sure if it was worth. Diverting canadian cumberbatch is little mind away from my next movie or you know what. I'm gonna give it four out of five avocados court. I was raised by. Oh my god just kill me now. I want to see a movie with fuck race lab. Let's take a look at all the celebrity birthdays for today. July fourteenth all these stars born today singer comedian. Kyle gass cage from tenacious..

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"kyle gass" Discussed on This Is Important

This Is Important

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"kyle gass" Discussed on This Is Important

"Been conquer and a handful of times does tom. Hanks admit to being from concord out waving the flag. Because you guys are waving the flag loud and proud. And i appreciate love that about you guys. Thank you but tom. Hanks i haven't heard much. Yeah well yeah. He's maybe okay all right you. Www dot goto concord ca visit dot com goto. And that's probably what tom hanks. Steering clear as yeah thought of jewish jokes. I actually thought tom hanks was from oakland. I didn't think he was from conquered the nego to your high school. Yeah he went to your high school. No he went to concord high. We went to clayton valley high school. Oh he did go to concord high. I thought he was in piedmont. I thought he was a piedmont boy. Maybe hey so. This is the issue kyle. You're from concord. Young wear t shirts say i. Love conquered tacos. You're a big concord. guy right. Yeah you don't know that the most famous person maybe in the world is kyle gass arguably okay but arguably but adam finish he's back now yeah arguably. It's the guitars from tenacious. But or maybe the largest movie star in the history of movies. Y- right no i mean i think that's that's the issue and that's why this visitor centers so goddamn important. I know and they need to have a wing of tom. Hanks and you guys your names. We printed on a flier. You know what though. Here's here's another issue while you're bringing up issues okay. Okay like now. You're bringing up the issue about tom. Hanks now the issue is is that you're undercutting. Your boy blake getting his wing at the conquer. Okay go to center. He doesn't get a wing for tom. Hanks haning when really. I'm sorry and champion for your boy champion for your boy. Thought blake doesn't deserve a wing. Here's a for a wing. What are we are. We being real or are you putting on fake eyebrows right now because those are fake ass eyebrows. Wow what does it take to get a wing. Well like several movies..

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Biden signs executive order aimed at promoting voting rights

Reveal

01:16 min | 1 year ago

Biden signs executive order aimed at promoting voting rights

"At promoting voting rights. It directs government agencies to come up with proposals to leverage federal resource is to expand access to registration and voter participation. The order is being issued on the anniversary of the 1965 Bloody Sunday voting rights march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. Troy Public Radio's Kyle Gass, it reports the pandemic is making this year's annual commemoration a very different event when the Selma marchers crossed the bridge 56 years ago on their way to Montgomery to protest for voting rights. Cameras were there to document their savage beating by Alabama state troopers. Event organizer Drew Glover says streaming video on Selma jubilee dot com will allow viewers from around the world to join the struggle against racial injustice so that ideally, at the end of the event, people will not only have a greater understanding of the history but also a greater drive to get involved and make that change happen. Part of the ceremony honors civil rights leaders C T. Vivian, Joseph Lowery, Bruce Boynton and Georgia Congressman John Lewis, all of whom died in 2020. For NPR news. I'm Kyle Gass it in Montgomery,

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Biden signs executive order aimed at promoting voting rights

Weekend Edition Sunday

01:22 min | 1 year ago

Biden signs executive order aimed at promoting voting rights

"Klein. President Biden signs an executive order today aimed at promoting voting rights. It directs government agencies to come up with proposals to leverage federal resource is to expand access to registration and voter participation. The order is being issued on the anniversary. Of the 1965 Bloody Sunday voting rights march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. Troy Public Radio's Kyle Gass, it reports the pandemic is making this year's annual commemoration. Ah, very different event when the Selma marchers crossed the bridge 56 years ago on their way to Montgomery to protest for voting rights. Cameras were there to document their savage beating by Alabama state troopers. Event organizer Drew Glover says streaming video on soma jubilee dot com will allow viewers from around the world to join the struggle against racial injustice so that ideally, at the end of the event, people will not only have a greater understanding of the history but also a greater drive to get involved and make that change happen. Part of the ceremony honors civil rights leaders C T. Vivian, Joseph Lowery, Bruce Boynton and Georgia Congressman John Lewis, all of whom died in 2020. For NPR news. I'm Kyle Gass it in Montgomery, Alabama.

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Alabama cancels execution after court requires pastor

Morning Edition

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Alabama cancels execution after court requires pastor

"In Alabama is on hold. The U. S. Supreme Court says the prisoners pastor must be allowed inside the death the death chamber during the lethal injection. Kyle Gass it with Troy. Public Radio says the inmate had been scheduled to die yesterday for killing the sister of a police officer in Birmingham, Willoughby. Smith was sentenced to death in 1991 and asked that his pastor be with him at the time of his execution. Smith said his pastor would provide comfort by quote, holding his hand praying with him in his final moments and easing the transition between the worlds of the living and the dead. The state of Alabama denied Smith's request, citing safety concerns and a new policy, which bars spiritually advisers of any kind from being in the room. A lower appeals court overturned that decision and the three liberal justices on the Supreme Court We're joined by conservative Justice Amy Cockney Barrett and upholding the injunction and stay of execution. For NPR News. I'm Kyle Gass it in Montgomery. Authorities in Germany and

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Sally slams Gulf Coast with life-threatening flooding

Morning Edition

01:41 min | 1 year ago

Sally slams Gulf Coast with life-threatening flooding

"Sally is moving through the Southeastern U. S. This morning. Flood watches and warnings are posted from the Florida Panhandle to Southeast Virginia. Kyle Gass it with Troy Public radio says Sally came ashore early yesterday along the Gulf coast of Alabama. Multiple rescues of Alabama Gulf Coast residents were made after Sally's large scale rain and flooding trapped them in dangerous situations, flooding and large scale power outages followed the storm. As it moves toward the capital, Montgomery and Northeastern parts of the state Kyle Gass, it reporting at least one person died in the storm. The remnants of salary are now moving through Georgia and the Carolinas today. Forecasters say that region could see up to a foot of rain. Officials in California say around 250. Marines and Navy sailors will be joining crews battling a wildfire north east of Fresno. Next week. Alex Hall with member station KQED reports, the creek fire is still burning out of control. It's scorched more than 228,000 acres. The Marines and sailors will be involved in what's referred to as mop up operations. Making sure hot spots are fully extinguished, removing hazard trees and other tasks to keep the fire from spreading and reigniting Alex Solo with the U. S. Forest Service says re sources are stretched then because of the number of fires burning throughout the western United States. We definitely could use the resource of fire of this size typically has 3 to 4. Maybe 5000 individuals working on the fire right now we have about 2800. Those Marines and sailors will undergo wildland firefighting training at Camp Pendleton for NPR news.

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"kyle gass" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"kyle gass" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Our relief to Americans. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm David Green. As Republicans released their plan, Steve will question Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer about the way ahead. Over the weekend, Portland, Oregon crossed 60 days of protests calling for racial justice demonstrations have grown there and in other cities after President Trump dispatched federal agents and how our hospitals with some of the worst ratios between available beds and covert cases, it's Monday, July 27th. Alex Rodriquez turns 45 years old today. The news is next. Live from NPR news. I'm Corvo Coleman. Protesters in Portland, Oregon, turned out for 1/60 straight night of racial justice demonstrations. NPR's Vanessa Romo reports. They're also protest in the presence of federal agents deployed to the city. Thousands of protesters have been showing up every night in front of the federal courthouse there, shouting and chanting and confronting federal agents. At the moment. We're monitoring reports of arrests that have been happening early this morning overall overnight Sunday. The crowd was significantly smaller as faras the mood overall it was much more subdued NPR's Vanessa promo as protesters approach to the courthouse in Portland, someone set off fireworks, federal agents again fired tear gas. Protesters used leaf blowers to force the gas back toward the agents. On Saturday, police declared a riot in Portland during sometimes violent protests. Police in Seattle also declared a riot on Saturday during similar demonstrations. The body of the late civil rights leader and Georgia Congressman John Lewis will lie in state today at the U. S. Capitol. Lewis died July 17th and services were held over the weekend in his native Alabama to remember him. Story Public radio's Kyle Gass, it reports. Sounds of amazing grace Spring out over the grounds of the state Capitol in Montgomery, as Lewis's flag.

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"kyle gass" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"kyle gass" Discussed on KCRW

"For NPR News on Kyle Gass it in Troy, Alabama. This is NPR and support for NPR comes from Capital One Capital One's banking app lets people manage their money anytime anywhere. Capital one. This is banking reimagined. What's in your wallet? Ehrenberg here with you, and you know now that I have your attention if you're looking for something to check out next week, eh, Sir Toby presents summer 2020 edition of the AMP. Music Summit. It's happening next Wednesday, July 29th feature an important in time, the conversations about the state of the industry. And the summit will also be bringing together professionals from across multiple perspectives. Time zones platforms, etcetera, They'll be sharing their stories about the culture shifting changes inspired by Cove. It In the moment towards racial justice, diversity and inclusion, of course, much, much more if you want to check out more information, the virtual and music summit You can check out r w dot com slash events. So as we proceed with this last hour with you would get into something brand new from maverick Sabre. This is in your head. Stay with us. It's Casey R W Father, father. Ego always do it. Stood by. Keep on you. Mother give you money. I love you, too, Mom. Mom. With the way people look, then they.

"kyle gass" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"kyle gass" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The federal courthouse building. They're the latest in two months of nightly protests as Oregon Public Broadcasting's Conrad Wilson reports, Oregon's attorney general has lost her legal battle to restrict federal law enforcement activities in the state. U. S. District Court Judge Michael Mossman said the state lacks standing to bring the case in part because Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum failed to show the interests of the state of Oregon itself had been harmed. Rosenblum and our legal team argued this week that federal officers in Portland we're violating the 1st 4th and Fifth Amendment rights of Oregonians by arresting protesters up the streets and unmarked vehicles without wearing identification and without a warrant or probable cause. The judge said that although the case involves allegations of harm to protesters by law enforcement, no protester was a plaintiff. Comrade Wilson reporting pandemic enhanced unemployment benefits expire this coming Friday. And what happens next to millions of out of work Americans is up in the air. NPR's Susan Davis reports, Congress is likely to continue some form of expanded benefit, just not in time to meet the current expiration date. Democrats want to extend the additional $600 per week benefit through January. Republicans opposed that because they say it's too much and it's stopping workers from going back into the workforce. Republicans are coalescing around a plan supported by the White House to provide up to 70% of a worker's pre pandemic wages as long as it doesn't exceed $600. Either way, a deal remains out of sight. Senate Republicans have yet to release a formal proposal. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Friday he expected a deal in a few weeks. Susan Davis NPR NEWS Washington Public service is honoring civil rights leader and Congressman John Lewis begin today in Troy, Alabama. Lewis was born there and has tried public radio's Kyle Gass. It reports he saw attitudes about racism change over time. In 1956 when John Lewis with 16 years old, he applied for a library card at the Troy public Library. And was turned down because he was black. Later, In a 2009 interview on fresh Air, Lewis said he returned to the library to sign copies of his memoir walking with the Wind, and they gave me a lot very caught after the program was over in 2018. Lewis was also present when a historical marker and plaque in his honor was unveiled in front of the library. After the service in Troy Lewis's body will be taken to Thelma, where he led protesters at the 1965 Bloody Sunday march for voting rights. Later, Louis a Lion state in Alabama's Capitol building in Montgomery. For NPR News. I'm Kyle Gass it this's NPR from the news..

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"kyle gass" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"kyle gass" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Federal courthouse building, the latest in two months of nightly protests after the police killing of George Floyd. Last evening, A federal judge denied a request by Oregon's attorney general to restrict the actions of federal police. The first official hurricane of the 2020 Atlantic season is heading toward the coast of Texas. ABC meteorologist Rob Marciano is in Corpus Christi. Rain is coming down here in Corpus Christi, Texas, and Hannah is now a hurricane less than 100 miles off the coast. Making landfall later on today. South Texas is bracing for storm surge and power outages. Public service is honoring civil rights activist and congressman John Lewis begin today in Troy, Alabama. Lewis was born there and destroyed public radio's Kyle Gass, it reports Civil rights leaders saw attitudes about racism change over time. In 1956 when John Lewis was 16 years old. He applied for a library card at the Troy public Library. And was turned down because he was black. Later, In a 2009 interview on fresh Air, Lewis said he returned to the library to sign copies of his memoir Walking with the Wind, and they gave me a library caught Anthony program was over in 2018. Lewis was also present when a historical marker and plaque and his honor was unveiled in front of the library. After the service in Troy Lewis's body will be taken to Selma, where he led protesters at the 1965 Bloody Sunday march for voting rights. Later, Louis a Lion state in Alabama's Capitol building in Montgomery. For NPR news. I'm Kyle Gass. It Spain's northeast region of Catalonia, has ordered shut all night clubs and dance halls as Corona virus cases there continue to rise across Spain there hundreds of new outbreak, says Lucy a. Benavidez reports. They've got that on government imposed a midnight curfew on all bars, restaurants and cafes for the cities hardest hit, including Barcelona. That's on top of measures already taken in the past week, like banning gatherings of more than 10 people and urging residents in Barcelona to stay home. While Spain saw significant decrease of cases thanks to a strict three months locked down that began mid March. There's been an uptick of cases since the state of emergency ended on June 21st. Authorities fear a second wave, They say a large number of infections are spreading through nighttime life, like parties and nightclubs. For NPR News. I'm Lucy Benavidez in Barcelona. This is NPR. This is W. N. Y. C in New York at 11 0 for Good morning. I'm Carrie Nolan. New York State Attorney General Leticia James is suing President Trump over his plan to remove undocumented immigrants from this year's census count. James, a Democrat, discounts the president's claim that the quote radical left is trying to erode the rights of U. S citizens. What's radical is his efforts to change the balance of power into shifted to states where they don't have a significant number of immigrants. From blue states to red State. The federal lawsuit says The Constitution's 14th amendment requires counting quote the whole number of persons in each state, which then determines the number of congressional representatives. 19 other states have joined New York. There's been no response yet from the U. S. Justice Department With six weeks before New Jersey schools are back in session, the status setting some guidelines as to what this very different school year will look like. W N. Ice's Carinae reports this fall, all public school students will have the option to learn entirely remotely. If they don't feel safe going back to the classroom. It'll be up to each district to roll out its plan for what in person and remote teaching will look like. But whether at home or at school, every child must receive the same quality of instruction. Follow the same attendance policies and have the same length of school day governor Filmer if he says he will use federal cares money to connect the 230,000 students who still have no digital devices or Internet access. To make sure they have the flexibility to go remote, too. We've got a very hot and sticky weekend.

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"kyle gass" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"kyle gass" Discussed on KCRW

"The latest in two months of nightly protests after the police killing of George Floyd. Last evening, A federal judge denied a request by Oregon's attorney general to restrict the actions of federal police. The first official hurricane of the 2020 Atlantic season is heading toward the coast of Texas. ABC meteorologist Rob Marciano is in Corpus Christi was coming down here in Corpus Christi, Texas, and Hannah is now a hurricane lesson 100 miles off the coast. Making landfall later on today. South Texas is bracing for storm surge and power outages. Public service is honoring civil rights activist and congressman John Lewis begin today in Troy, Alabama. Lewis was born there and destroyed public radio's Kyle Gass, it reports The civil rights leader saw attitudes about racism change over time. In 1956 when John Lewis was 16 years old. He applied for a library card at the Troy public Library. And was turned down because he was black. Later, In a 2009 interview on fresh Air, Lewis said he returned to the library to sign copies of his memoir walking with the Wind, and they gave me a library caught after the program was over in 2018. Lewis was also present when a historical marker and plaque and his honor was unveiled in front of the library. After the service in Troy Lewis's body will be taken to Selma, where he led protesters at the 1965 Bloody Sunday march for voting rights. Later, Louis will lie in state in Alabama's Capitol building in Montgomery. For NPR news. I'm Kyle Gass. It Spain's northeast region of Catalonia, has ordered shut all night clubs and dance halls as Corona virus cases there continue to rise across Spain there hundreds of new outbreak, says Lucy a. Benavidez reports. They've got that on government imposed a midnight curfew on all bars, restaurants and cafes for the cities hardest hit, including Barcelona. That's on top of measures already taken in the past week, like banning gatherings of more than 10 people and urging residents in Barcelona to stay home. While Spain saw significant decrease of cases thanks to a strict three months locked down that began mid March. There's been an uptick of cases since the state of emergency ended on June 21st. Authorities fear a second wave, They say a large number of infections are spreading through nighttime life, like parties and nightclubs. For NPR News. I'm Lucy A Bonneville is in Barcelona. This is NPR. Corona virus cases in the US now surpassed 4.1 million, according to Johns Hopkins University yesterday brought more than 72,000 new infections, according to the CDC. Florida alone is reporting more than 12,000 new infections. More than 145,000 people in the U. S have now died. Brazil's president says he no longer has Cove in 19 NPR's Philip Reeves reports Zheer balsa Naro made the announcement today on Twitter. When Bolson Otto said he'd caught the virus 2.5 weeks ago, few experts were surprised he'd repeatedly ignored social distancing rules appearing in public without a mask. Now. Both. Renato says he's tested negative without saying when that test took place, his tweet shows him triumphantly brandishing an anti malarial drug. Even though medical experts say there's no proof it's effective against Cove in 19 Bazile has more confirmed cases and deaths than any country except the US Yet even with the virus, both scenario played down the threat and called for Brazilians to get backto work. Philip Reefs NPR News Really Janeiro President Trump has signed for executive orders aimed at lowering prescription drug prices after he failed to get Congress to come up with a plan one allows some drugs to be imported from countries like Canada. Another would use lower international prices to pay for some Medicare drugs. But he says if a deal is made.

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"kyle gass" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"kyle gass" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Other side. On Sunday, the congressman's body will be carried over the bridge for a final journey to Montgomery for NPR News. I'm Kyle Gass it in Troy, Alabama. Hawaii is bracing for Hurricane Douglas. It's expected to hit the island sometimes Sunday with strong winds, heavy rains and a dangerous riptide. However, forecasters say Douglas is expected to weaken before moving through the area. Officials say evacuees at shelters in Honolulu will have their temperatures taken before entering as a precaution against the Corona virus. Currently, Douglas is a major Category four hurricane with top sustained winds of 130 miles per hour. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Ecmc Foundation, working to improve postsecondary educational outcomes for underserved students through evidence based innovation. Learn Mohr CMC foundation dot or GE and Americans for the Arts. This is w n y C and w n y c dot or GE. Good morning. I'm Lance. Lucky with a look at our forecast for this Friday about 76 degrees early this morning, and it will be mostly cloudy today. 87 the high about a 40% chance of showers and thunderstorms through midday. 75 tonight and our weekend will be mostly sunny will be around 88 on Saturday 93 on Sunday and mostly sunny and 95 Monday. On the next all of it. Therapist author Lori Gottlieb discusses her bestselling book. Maybe You should Talk to someone a therapist, her therapist and our Lives reveals, plus a celebration of Louisa May Alcott..

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"kyle gass" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"kyle gass" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Miley Cyrus what is the name of the duo said before my ninety three of Bonnaroo the duo consists of Kyle Gass and Jack black tenacious D. finally who is set to perform a night for a Bonnaroo she became most well known for her twenty twelve album born to die which featured the single summertime sadness which I really like Lana del Rey final bang all right Steve is finish Meghan what do you think god you like those answers I got a year you got it yeah I feel really good about those were three for three and do it yeah Hey just chill out all right then we will let Donna back inside the room dot one it is is entering a re entering something into orbit here comes Donna Valentine there she is she looks lovely and her sweat shirt did you get that on vacation Donna what did you get that's what you're on vacation I did thanks for asking very nice all right Donna will get started on your three questions the subject once again is musicians who would have performed at Bonnaroo and timer starts after ask the first question which is who is set to perform at night two of Bonnaroo her twenty thirteen record bangers debuted at number one and featured the song we can't stop and wrecking ball that is a Miley Cyrus what is the name of the duo set to perform on ninety three Bonnaroo the duo consists of Kyle Gass and Jack black you I don't know who is set to reform a night for a bond and became most well known for her twenty twelve album born to die which featured the single summertime sadness oh man I don't know hi someone may be on apple's if.

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"kyle gass" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"kyle gass" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"They can use their voices to make their case to the American people the case was one of three pending that relate to trump and his businesses folks in parts of the northeastern bracing for powerful winter storm that's already cost at least five deaths in the south as well as extensive damage and power outages from Troy public radio Kyle Gass it reports extreme winds caused the death of one person in a mobile home in the western Alabama town of Dimopoulos and in severe bill Tennessee a rain soaked tree fell onto a van carrying city employees killing another Virginia's governor Ralph Northam declared a state of emergency as the storm approached flooding from the storm displace more than five hundred people in the southwestern part of the state as the storm moves northeast forecasters are predicting more than a foot of snow in upstate New York Pittsburgh Pennsylvania has deployed sixty trucks to plow snow and ice from the streets citizens can track their progress online for NPR news I'm Kyle Gass it in Montgomery Alabama stocks finished lower to end the week on Wall Street after a four day rally but stocks still posted solid gains for the week the Dow was down almost one percent this is NPR and this is WNYC in New York on Shawn Carlson a heads up to commuters there are some northerly conditions on NJ transit at the moment so be aware when you head home tonight a downed tree on railroad tracks west of Newark Broad Street station is causing delays as the Friday evening commute ramps up high winds tonight top drop toppled the tree on the overhead wires this afternoon NJ transit says service on the Montclair to blue line is suspended in both directions service on the Mars in Essex and Gladstone branch.

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Jeff Sessions to announce run for Senate

Morning Edition

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Jeff Sessions to announce run for Senate

"Former Attorney General Jeff sessions is expected to announce a bid to return to the US Senate Kyle Gass said of Troy public radio reports that even though sessions indoor public mocking from president trump for recusing himself from the Russian investigation he's remained loyal to the president the often contentious relationship between the president and his former Attorney General will be scrutinized all over again a session vice for the Republican nomination against other about trump supporters including former Chief Justice Roy Moore Kyle Gasset

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"kyle gass" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"kyle gass" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Over fifty years ago where public radio's Kyle Gass it reports the trouble Friday began after nineteen sixty seven radio interview surface hi these then fiance said that during the skit she wore coveralls had her face painted black and crawled on the floor pretending to look for cigar **** on Thursday IV issued an apology and said that the Alabama today is a far cry from the Alabama of the nineteen sixties ivy said the state still have a long way to go in the areas of racial tolerance and mutual respect how Gasset reporting crackers took over the Twitter account of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey for more than twenty minutes today hackers use Dorsey's account to post now deleted messages including racial slurs impairs limits so you because the story Twitter has confirmed that the account of its CEO was compromised the hackers used Jack Dorsey's accounts to promote themselves to make a bomb threat to Twitter headquarters to defend Hitler and the **** but mostly to push out a flurry of racist tweets the Twitter hijacking seem to be similar to several recent Twitter account hacks of you to celebrities having the CEO of Twitter be hacked on Twitter prompted many users to once again start questioning the site security and wonder about the security of the very active Twitter account of the US president Donald Trump Twitter itself in its own tweets said it's quote working on it and investigating what happened we know so you can NPR news okay driver of the economy appears to be holding up that's based on the latest numbers from the commerce department they show spending by consumers up six tenths of a percent in July consumers also had a bit more money in their wallets last month personal incomes rose one tenth of one percent stocks were little changed to wind down the final trading day of the week and the month the Dow up forty one points to twenty fourth or twenty six thousand four oh three the nasdaq fell ten points today this is NPR and this is WNYC in New York on John Carlson any judges ruled against a new state law that capped outside income for all the legislators in exchange for a pay raise W. in my sis Fred mobile reports state judge Richard plant kitten in Albany says lawmakers can have their cake and eat it too a special commission last year said base pay for senators and assembly members should increase from eighty thousand dollars a year to one hundred thirty thousand and should be phased in over a three year period but the underlying premise was that lawmakers would more or less become full time legislators and give up most outside income income that was widely seen as providing a gateway to conflicts of interest and corruption Republicans challenged the move and now have this week's ruling on their side Democrats are likely to appeal the decision or counter it with new legislation lawmakers aren't scheduled to return to Albany until next year unless a special session is called sooner cyclists and pedestrians looking across the newly opened because use go bridge are having a hard time the bridge is a new second span includes a spacious twenty for the bike and pedestrian lane but Gotham's reporter Jake often hard says the area's leading up to the bridge.

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"kyle gass" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"kyle gass" Discussed on KQED Radio

"NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly bottled water and plywood among the items selling briskly at stores across Florida ahead of hurricane Dorian it's expected to come ashore along Florida's east coast in three or four days as a major category four storm that means top sustained winds of at least one hundred thirty miles per hour category four hurricane is quite dangerous if Dorian makes landfall category for and conceal we capable of causing tremendous damage in the areas that are most affected by the storm that senior forecaster Jack Bevin at the national hurricane center in Miami currently Dorian is heading toward the northwest Bahamas as a category two storm there are calls for Alabama governor Kay Ivey to resign after nineteen sixty seven radio interview surfaced in which you're then fiancee describes IB wearing black face in a skit while attending Auburn University Kyle Gass it with Troy public radio says the seventy four year old Republican is apologizing hi these then fiance said that during the skit she wore coveralls had her face painted black and crawled on the floor pretending to look for cigar **** on Thursday IV issued an apology and said that the Alabama today is a far cry from the Alabama of the nineteen sixties ivy said the state still have a long way to go in the areas of racial tolerance and mutual respect this is NPR news from Washington more than two hundred companies that make.

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"kyle gass" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"kyle gass" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This commemorative event start a dialogue of healing in the community Kyle Gass it reporting this is NPR from KQED news good morning I'm Michelle Wiley the union representing eleven thousand Santa Clara county workers has authorized a strike if a new contract can be reached KQED Sony Hudson reports SEIU local five twenty one represents social workers a healthcare workers and clerical staff in Santa Clara county hospitals jails maintenance yards and other places their contract expired in June the county offered to extend it but the union refused they want higher wages and a new find for health care and child care the county has offered wage increases as well as increases to tuition reimbursement and continuing education a statement from the union says it's authorized to call a strike if they don't see significant movement from the county the county didn't respond to a request for comment morning initiations are expected this week I'm sorry you had sent KQED news the debate over what to call the future central subway station in San Francisco's Chinatown continues to divide the community last week directors of the city's municipal transportation agency voted to name the station after the late political activists rose pack a controversial figure for her abrasive style within her own community now the group a group of packs critics are discussing ways to overturn that decision Allen's saying as a representative of the Chinatown merchants association well you Valerie kinky optional say initiative to overturn the devils but it's not a finalized yet was still going through the internet discussion thank supporters say she advocated strongly for Chinatown and her name deserves recognition I'm Michelle Wiley cutaneous support comes from jumpstart MD is science based weight loss program integrating real food individual coaching and medical support for lifetime changes support for NPR comes from fifth generation incorporated makers of Tito's handmade vodka offering one flavor vodka flavored vodka eighty proof Tito's handmade vodka is a distilled and bottled in Austin Texas and by the listeners of KQ weedy well if you're headed along highway.

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"kyle gass" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"kyle gass" Discussed on KCRW

"Expensive. If it's a serious proposal. But I'm not really convinced. It is. David Wessel of the Brookings. Institution's Hutchins Senator thanks as always welcome. Some other news now a line of storms, including tornadoes ripped across the south from Texas to the mid Atlantic in the last few days at least eight people died among them to children in Texas. None of those killed were in Troy, Alabama. Where officials believe that experience with past storms may have kept citizen safe. Troy public radio's Kyle Gass reports. Byron stran- is a firm believer in weather radios. The forty five year old says that's what kept him safe on Sunday morning when a possible tornado blew through his mobile home park in Troy. To please purchase a weather radio. And please get with someone. That's knowledgeable and hip you program it, and it was save you trust me Strong's wife programmed his radio, and so he was in a shelter. When the storm came through it picked up one neighbors, single wide home and dropped it on the roof of the home next door where one of the occupants was sleeping, the cooking range from the first trailer ended up in the bedroom of the second trailer trailed on top stove was sitting in his room when he woke up Mark rose is a senior meteorologist with the national weather service in Birmingham. He says the national weather service partners with companies that make whether radios to educate people on their use. He also says that phone alerts as well as Facebook and Twitter have been helping build awareness ahead of storms. Social media aspect has really helped us people's attention that these stronger systems are expecting next day and roses colleagues used Facebook to send a special message to churches before the Palm Sunday weekend. Telling them to designate someone to watch for severe weather that could happen when everyone is in church any kind of large building that may have a fairly high roof like the gymnasium school or thanks for interesting. Buys people not to be Jason REEs is choice mayor. He credits. What everyone has learned from the tornadoes that killed twenty three people in Lee county Alabama last month with keeping his constituents safe. Maybe some of our people actually paid more attention than they would have, you know, I it's just so terrible. When a tragedy of that magnitude has to remind us Reeves says he hopes his citizens never get complacent when storms don't kill or seriously, injure anyone because the next time Choi may not be so lucky for NPR news. I'm Kyle Gasset in Troy Alabama..

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"kyle gass" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"kyle gass" Discussed on KCRW

"Expensive. If it's a serious proposal. But I'm not really convinced is David Wessel of the Brookings. Institution's Hutchins center, David thanks as always be welcome. Some other news now a line of storms, including tornadoes ripped across the south from Texas to the mid Atlantic in the last few days at least eight people died among them to children in Texas. None of those killed were in Troy, Alabama. Where officials believe that experience with past storms. May have kept citizen safe. Troy public radio's Kyle Gass reports. Byron straughn is a firm believer in weather radios. The forty five year old says that's what kept him safe on Sunday morning when a possible tornado blew through his mobile home park in Troy, everyone to please purchase a weather radio. And please get with someone. That's knowledgeable and hip you program it, and it was save you trust me Strong's wife programmed his radio, and so he was in a shelter. When the storm came through it picked up one neighbors, single wide home and dropped it on the roof of the home next door where one of the occupants was sleeping, the cooking range from the first trailer ended up in the bedroom of the second trailer trailed this on top stove was sitting in his room when he woke up Mark rose is a senior meteorologist with the national weather service in Birmingham. He says the national. The weather service partners with companies that make whether radios to educate people on their use. He also says that phone alerts as well as Facebook and Twitter have been helping build awareness ahead of storms. The social media aspect essentially helped us people's attention that these stronger systems are expecting next day and roses colleagues used Facebook to send a special message to churches before the Palm Sunday weekend. Telling them to designate someone to watch for severe weather that could happen when everyone is in church any kind of large building that may have a fairly high roof like the gymnasium in school. Or thanks really interesting types of people to be Jason REEs is choice mayor he credits. What everyone has learned from the tornadoes that killed twenty three people in Lee county Alabama last month with keeping his constituents safe. Maybe some more people. Actually paid more attention than they would have. It's just so terrible. When a tragedy of that magnitude has to remind us Reeves says he hopes his citizens never get complacent. When storms don't kill or seriously, injure anyone because the next time Choi may not be so lucky for NPR news. I'm Kyle Gasset in Troy Alabama. This is NPR news, and you are listening to morning edition right here on KCRW. Onto the point will boil sanctions help defeat them adore regime in Venezuela that strategy of making the suffering of the Venezuelan people was it's one that is going to deliver any.

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"kyle gass" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"kyle gass" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"About sixty miles northeast of Montgomery, hundreds of people marched in Selma Alabama over the weekend to Mark fifty four years since Bloody Sunday, they reenacted the nineteen sixty five March where state troopers beat civil rights protesters. Kyle Gasset with Troy public radio was there organizers of this year smart as well as democratic leaders such as former secretary of state presenter candidate. Hillary clinton. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. Cory booker. All saying that voting rights and voter suppression is again at the top of the list of their concerns as a point to recent races such as the two thousand eighteen Georgia governor's race in which candidate Stacey Abrams, lost many hearsay due to large incidents at voter suppression. For NPR news of Kyle Gass, Alabama Abrahams was defeated by Republican Brian Kemp in that election. This is NPR news from Washington. The chairman of the House Judiciary committee says he believes President Trump is guilty of corruption and abuses of power including obstruction of Justice. Do your congressman Jerrold Nadler says his panel is requesting documents for more than sixty people who were connected to the Trump administration as part of multiple investigations, they're being launched by Democrats into the precedent on Twitter. Trump describes the effort as partisan and unfair a detained Chinese business. Executive is suing the Canadian government as Dan carpenter reports. The lawsuit filed by the chief financial officer of telecom giant wa wa names the number of government agencies. The civil action comes just two days before among Lonzo faces an extradition hearing before British Columbia supreme court Washington wants her to face charges that way violated sanctions against Iran in her lawsuit. Monk claims the Canadian border services agency, the Royal Canadian Mounted police in the attorney general work together to detain her. And collect evidence in a way that violated her. Charter rights among has been held in Canada for three months. A spokesman for the Chinese government describes the case against her as neither fair nor ethical. The FBI is preparing to release details about last year's deadly explosion at a California spa. It killed the ex girlfriend of the man investigated in the bombing last may left two others wounded the suspect from Long Beach is expected to face formal charges in connection with the explosion. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington. This is WNYC in New York. I'm shumita Basu mayor de Blasios asking New Yorkers to avoid the roads during this morning's rush hour. We're going to have a real problem if there's too many vehicles out there. So I'm urging all New Yorkers. I have to go out. Please use mass transit. You don't have to go out. Stay in in the morning. So the sanitation department can do their work clearing the streets. The mayor says nearly seven hundred salt spreaders and sixteen hundred plows are working to clear the streets, New York City public schools are closed today. Alternate side parking rules are suspended and New Jersey is under a state of emergency. But.

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"kyle gass" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"kyle gass" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"NPR news. I'm Kyle Gass it and we got Alabama. And you're listening to NPR news. And this is WNYC in New York. I'm David I watch dog groups have been giving mixed reviews to New York governor, Andrew Cuomo budget plan. Some of them are concerned about extending the so-called millionaires tax Cameron DeWitt reports the governor in his budget proposed extending the temporary income tax surcharge on millionaires for another five years. EJ McMahon with the conservative leaning fiscal watchdog group, the empire center says the state's wealthiest are already under pressure and more taxes could cause them to leave the state altogether. We are very heavily dependent on higher earners, millionaire earn. In New York state. They pay almost forty percent of the income tax Nick man credits Cuomo for pushing to make the state's property tax cap permanent. And he says the governor is holding the line on spending growth once again, thousands of people turned out at competing women's rallies around Manhattan yesterday, the start of the Foley square rally and lower Manhattan was briefly interrupted by a protester pointing to conflict within the movement over control inclusivity and alleged antisemitism. Miriam young was with her daughter at the rally organized by women's March Inc. Which helped organize the twenty seventeen Washington demonstration so important that keep showing up every day. We watch the news or read new stories about horrific things that are happening under the Trump administration. And it's important for us to keep saying we don't want those in that we envision a different world. Young says the Trump administration's attacks on immigrants must stop.

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Tenacious D Post-Apocalypto

Your Weekly Tech Update

03:57 min | 4 years ago

Tenacious D Post-Apocalypto

"KYW everyone in entertainment news today, Jack black and Kyle Gass rock duo. Tenacious d has announced host apocalyptic. Oh, a new album and and mated YouTube series of the same name, the series which debuted September twenty. Eighth was drawn by Jack black and spent six episodes. Each episode will feature new songs leading up to the release of the new album on November. Second via Columbia, post-apocalyptic was produced by John spiker and features drums by Dave Grohl, according to the press release to nations dis post apocalyptic series involves Jack black and Kyle Gass exploring a world of complete and utter destruction. Following the drop of an atomic bomb. It will feature an insane visit to the White House, a time machine space adventure, and the help of some tried and true daddy issues. Post apocalyptic debuts, November second. You can check out the teaser released recently on the

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Infant dies of whooping cough in San Bernardino County

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 4 years ago

Infant dies of whooping cough in San Bernardino County

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. President Trump says, heels l. sinking meeting with Russian leader. Vladimir Putin was a great success. Despite news reports to the contrary Trump says he misspoke when he said he didn't see why Russia would tamper in the 2016 US election and agrees with US intelligence agency that had happened NPR's miles Parker has US house speaker. Paul Ryan's reaction to the controversy. Paul Ryan says he is not yet spoken of President Trump's that remarkable press conference in Helsinki Trump called Putin's denials of election, interference, strong and powerful. Ryan said repeatedly, there is no moral quivalent between the US and Russia. I understand the desire and the need to have good relations. That's perfectly reasonable. But Russia is a medicine government that does not share interests and it does not share values, and I think it should be made very, very clear. Ryan also says, special counsel, Robert Muller should be able to continue investigation into Russian election, ferrets miles parks, NPR. Our news, the capitol Republican congresswoman, Martha Roby has defeated her challenger and Ronald for the GOP nomination in Alabama's second congressional district, Kyle Gass at of Troy public radio reports that President Trump was among the first people who Roby thanked during her acceptance, speech. It wasn't a sure bet that Martha Roby would win the runoff or get the backing of the president. During the presidential campaign Robie had called candidate Trump unacceptable and said, she wouldn't vote for him after the release of the access Hollywood video. Despite being snubbed Trump endorsed Roby last month in the runoff and Tuesday night. She explained why it's important because we have a shared conservative agenda that we're working together to get these policies across the finish line for the American people Roby will run against democrat Tabitha Eisner in the general election in a district that went heavily for President Trump in two thousand sixteen for NPR news on Kyle Gasset in Montgomery. MGM resorts international is doing hundreds of victims of the mass shooting outside his Mandalay bay hotel in Las Vegas in order to limit its liability in the attack attorney. Robert Egland who represents more than thousand victim says MGM is starting to to law called. The safety act is reason why it should be exempt from damages. Repreive companies to assist the federal government in preventing terrorist attacks. So they get special train, has an incentive for these security companies to do that. They get certain immunities and restrictions on what people can sue them for types of damages, the amount of images. All kinds of restrictions says he finds reprehensible to sue people who are grieving the deaths of loved ones and survivors still coping with physical and emotional trauma must Vegas gunman. Stephen paddock killed fifty eight people and injured hundreds more before killing himself. This is NPR news. About a dozen members of congress are opposing new US tariffs on Canadian newsprint. The lawmakers told a US International Trade Commission hearing the publication's in their home states face danger. If the tariff on paper products is made permanent, Alabama Senator. Doug Jones says that while some media outlets have adapted to the digital age, many parts of the country are struggling for access to broadband the Trump administration ordered the tariff in response to a complaint that Canadian competitors get government subsidies that allow them to sell their paper products at below market prices and California, Public health officials are preparing for possible outbreak of hoping cough. Daniel Carson reports that a case in San Bernardino county marks the first time the disease has killed an infant in the state in two years whooping cough. Outbreaks tend to hit California every three to five years. There have been almost eighteen hundred cases so far this year, four years ago, there were eleven thousand. The number of whooping cough cases. Nationwide has been climbing over the past decade the centers for disease control and prevention pins, much of the blame on parents who decided not to inoculate their kids because it might cause autism a theory, the CDC says, has been discredited by a mountain of studies. Karen Smith director of California's public health department calls the San Bernardino baby's death tragedy. She says, quote, no baby should die from vaccine preventable disease for NPR news. I'm Danielle Carson in Pasadena, California on stock markets in Asia shares closed mixed higher in Tokyo. I'm Shay Stevens NPR news in Washington.

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Rockies, Aaron Hicks and Javale Mcgee discussed on Trending Today USA

Trending Today USA

01:41 min | 4 years ago

Rockies, Aaron Hicks and Javale Mcgee discussed on Trending Today USA

"To a four year one hundred fifty four million dollar deal in la he's headed to the western conference for the first time in his career which puts his streak of eight consecutive nba finals on the line and the lakers do appear to have some other moves up their sleeves reports say they are still pursuing a trade with the spurs for kawhi leonard in la has also reportedly brought back and tv's caldwellpope on a one year deal and they reportedly agreed with lance stevenson and javale mcgee on one year deals elsewhere reports say aaron gordon gets a four year eighty four million dollar deal from the magic the knicks have reportedly agreed to a one year deal with mario zone yeah reports say elfriede peyton gets a one year deal from the pelicans to sunday night baseball six home runs for the yankees lifting them twenty seven two one win over the red sox in new york aaron judge kleber tornadoes kyle gass yoga all homering aaron hicks wendy three times in the wind for new york in the national league earlier matt kemp homered and drove in four to lift the dodgers by the rockies six to four braves over the cardinals six five mets beat the marlins five to read scored five in the sixth inning to beat the brewers eight to two giants nine diamondbacks six the pirates over the padre seven five dili's walked off on the nationals for three in thirteen one angela game it was the cubs beating the twins eleven ten american league mariners shut out the royals one nothing raised beat the astros three to white sox doubled up the rangers ten five tigers all over the blue jays nine one oreos eight angels to and the indians robbed the as fifteen three the biggest free agent on the.

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