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"laguardia airport" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

03:40 min | Last month

"laguardia airport" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"Better prediction forward in time It's not the equations are are wrong. it's that we don't really know quite what to put into them. So i wonder is. Is it the case that certain kinds of weather or certain places in the world are more or less difficult to forecast is is winter weather easier to predict than summer. Weather is australian weather really. Tricky is or is weather weather. No i think there are definitely places in the world that are that are easier to forecast than others that said though because of these new capabilities of particularly the weather satellites and the weather satellites have really been the key to the whole system in terms of improving forecasts because they do provide a uniform coverage of the earth. It's not just about you know at laguardia airport where there's a weather station. It's not just about the dead's network stations over over wealthier. Nations opposed to over overboard nations. I it really is. The satellites have brought a kind of A sort of a cohesion a kind of equality to the way that they look at the atmosphere and you just brought up like san diego the weather. The weather's the weather. It's pretty much the same all the time it it. It rains once in a while but but is is it the case. That extreme weather is particularly difficult to forecast compared to Sunny seventy five degree weather. I think it's the stakes for the forecaster certainly higher but one of the things that the models have really proven they're amazing worth with is for our frankly new weather regime. You know we we are. We are will acknowledge that the that we are living in the new age of weather that this is nothing things are doing. The weather's doing strange things. Storm storms are storms are bigger. Temperatures are more extreme and as that happens. I it's not about you. Know the meteorologist recalling what what had happened in the past and re re we know it's not about their their instinct or intuition based on the data at hand i it really does put more weight on the the capabilities of the weather models ought to go deeper into the atmosphere to to calculate hundreds of millions of observations And to do that with regularity in a way that proves they're worth every single day That has brought us into a new age of forecasting for a new age of weather. Will the future of weather forecasting eliminate things like you know. There's a fifty percent chance of rain because you know. What do you do with add. It might rain a might not rain. Yeah i could've told you that but will we get to the point where we're we're were not giving probabilities but that will really no see. I think it. I think it already has which is so interesting. I mean it certainly quite. I'm quite a quite a regular occurrence for school districts to close schools before the snow even starts. And that's something that would have never happened at ten or twenty years ago because there wasn't enough confidence in the prediction. Now of course if you get burned in this happens occasionally where you say. It's definitely gonna snow twelve inches. You gotta close the schools and it doesn't happen Then that's a problem But the thing that everyone's honing in on together both the people who make the decisions and the people who make the forecast people who make the models. Is that what you to. Wendy pull the trigger. What point is this sort of converging lines of of confidence and the need to make a decision. At what point do they come together. You know we had a storm in york this winter where the school was closed You know the the the night before. And it didn't know much. And i actually seen the meteorologist looking at the most recent outputs of the models saying you know things are things are trending a little bit a little bit less twelve hours twelve hours out and we actually don't think thinks is going to be as bad as it was but that information hadn't yet been.

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"laguardia airport" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

01:36 min | 2 months ago

"laguardia airport" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"Real simple if you if you wanna reside in any comfort zone in this relationship your career. Whatever you're asking fail because when he stopped growing you start dying. It's that simple. stop growing. Start dying that's the transition and when i left. Wwe two thousand thirteen you know. I had the option of drive. If i drove from road from stanford and vince mcmahon's office to laguardia airport to five back to oklahoma. I had two options retire or reinvent. Obviously i took the ladder. I reinvented and i stayed in the game. I didn't want to dwell in that comfort zone. Because i was scared at my own philosophy. I didn't want to get stagnant and start regressing and start dying. And so that's how i look at every day every day. I should be able to something in my life better than yesterday and be time. Management investments Pro selecting gigs to do taking this project or that project turned us some things down. That'd be good for my career and just for the sake of pay day or something But i believe in that philosophy. So young guys that believe they got the world by the by the testicles and everything's they got everything under control need to realize you don't. It's a false sense of security and if you don't change your attitude you're gonna start you're gonna reverse. You're your go back the other way. I'm rich band host.

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Who Killed Dr. Teresa Sievers?

Sword and Scale

02:48 min | 6 months ago

Who Killed Dr. Teresa Sievers?

"Theresa's seaver sister recalls the weekend of june twenty sixth twenty fifteen. The began celebration of their mother's birthday and abruptly ended as the last weekend the family would ever spend together. We enjoyed the weather the first day. It was beautiful and we swam in the pool and we relaxed in the sun sister's doing yoga. She prepared a beautiful dinner starting to cook for the weekend. And we just enjoy each other's company and had wine and laughed and played a lot of scrabble. 'cause it rained the next day so we just played a lot of scramble. Hanno 'cause much to our delight there was a piano there on my sister. And i played and we hadn't played in years. There was a lot of that these gatherings it was once a tradition to take a family photo together and so all the siblings significant others and grandchildren huddled around each other smiling knowing this family ritual would soon and forever be too painful to recreate as the family. Reunion came to a close that sunday. Evening theresa savers her husband mark and her two daughters drove south to laguardia airport. Which theresa would be dropped off for her flight. Back home to receivers was in fact. Dr theresa verse with a busy practice patients to see first thing monday morning. Mark and their two daughters would stay behind driving back up north to connecticut. Reuniting with theresa's mother and extending their vacation for the next several days theresa returned home just after eleven pm that sunday night and after parking the mini van in the garage placing our luggage near the front. Bumper theresa walked through the laundry room and into the kitchen where she would set her purse on the counter. Undoubtedly feeling that same sense of comfort. We all feel when we're finally back home. After a long day of travel but hardly a moment that past when an extremely loud crashing sound rang out like a gong being hit directly behind earlier that going off the kitchen walls and startling theresa with a terrifying notion that someone else was in her home. She turned around. The large man was already through the laundry room and standing in the kitchen doorway wielding a hammer and striking her in the head with three swift strokes.

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"laguardia airport" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:11 min | 9 months ago

"laguardia airport" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"The ones you love, because love it's what we do. Davis Jewelers, Louisville's largest fine jeweler online at Davis jewelers dot com. This is a Bloomberg money minute, not even a slightly early arrival of the first Boeing 7 37 Max flight in about 20 months, and American flight from Miami to New York's LaGuardia Airport was enough to cheer bowling investors all that much. Company stock rose on Lee fractionally, but the max is returned to commercial service in the U. S. Is a big step for bowling in a year that saw the double whammy of the Max is continued grounding and the pandemics punched the air travel and it was a haymaker. The aviation data firm Siri UM says global passenger traffic fell 67% this year over last back to levels last seen in 1999. Nearly a third of the global airline fleet is still in storage. But investors see only bright skies ahead for stocks and the economy. Wells Fargo Scott Rent the market has a lot of confidence that there is a very, very bright light at the end of the tunnel. Certainly we feel there's bright light at the end of the tunnel and we're looking for Let's say 8% return in the S and P 500 over the course of 2021 John Doniger Bloomberg Radio Broadcasting Live 24 7 from the Tom Drexler plumbing, air and electric studios. This is news. Radio. Wait. 40 w H A s Some pretty wild weather on the way in the next couple of days. Hi, everybody. I'm Wook. Why? Chief meteorologist Jay Cardosi. Here's the updated forecast overnight. Those temperatures slowly rising will be in the middle forties by daybreak as we look ahead to your Wednesday, clouds thicken up a breezy, warmer afternoon close to 60 showers on the increased late day. And that rain will become quite steady Wednesday night. It will be turning colder again as we'll be back in the upper thirties for highs on Thursday. That's your forecast. I'm wook. Why? Chief meteorologist Jay Cardosi Coast to Coast AM is on NewsRadio. Wait, 40 w H s..

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Boeing 737 Max returns to U.S. skies after nearly 2 years

The KFBK Morning News

03:00 min | 9 months ago

Boeing 737 Max returns to U.S. skies after nearly 2 years

"Well the first commercial flight of a Boeing 7 37 Max aircraft in nearly two years, said to take place today on American Airlines. Max departs Miami for New York's LaGuardia Airport this morning, ABC. Jim Ryan joins us Live right now with more so, Jim, let's talk a little bit about the criteria. What did the FAA use here to deem that the Boeing 7 37 Max is ready to fly again? I must say it is really Sam from Boeing, a redesign of the max eight aircraft retraining of pilot and, of course, the FAA did its own investigation and its own infections of the Max eight aircraft. But it's been less than two years now completely redesigned plane now extremely complex that some are saying that it was with the grounding was not long enough that there should have been further investigations. Some family members of the hundreds of people who died in those two crashes in 2008 and 2920 18 2019 say that they want the plane to remain grounded on grounds that they say there were improprieties in the inspection process into the training of those pilots. So no doubt, not just those families, Jim. But the entire aviation world of the entire world, for that matter is going to be watching this flight. And I would imagine subsequent flights with 7 37 Max very closely over the course of the next few weeks and months, And is there some sort of a time frame? That they're giving this and then do they plan on expanding these flights in the not too distant future? Well, at least in an American airlines, you know they're going to continue using this aircraft United in Southwest are other huge customers of the 7 37 Max. They don't plan to fly their new aircraft until early to mid 2021 next year. Alaska Airlines has just ordered several dozen of the aircraft. So yeah, Ryanair, Also Europe's air air air of Azaz decided it wants to order more swell, so there's no real timetable. That they all have agreed upon. It's the airline's making their own decisions on when they want to ramp it up again. So at this point to your you've got the flight from Miami to LaGuardia. Is that the only one today of the 7 37, Max? Or is that just the first one out of the gate today and that there might be Mork coming up either today or or throughout the week? No plans for today. But throughout the rest of the week, If that seems like that, like 7 18 Miami to LaGuardia will fly using the max eight, so at least we know that those will be in the air. The interestingly I talked with the widow of a man who died in the Ethiopia crash. She says that passengers should be checking as they make reservations to see what kind of aircraft they are flying on something that most people don't even think about. But she says that people should be doing that for their own peace of mind. She's not convinced of the safety of the 7 37 Maxie, and she thinks that past me or should make an important decision about whether they want to fly on it. Today's flight. We don't know whether it's full or not, but these air paying passengers of American Airlines Miami

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Two passengers leave plane by emergency slide before takeoff from NYC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 10 months ago

Two passengers leave plane by emergency slide before takeoff from NYC

"Drama on a plane in New York two passengers forced open the cabin door on their Delta flight and fled down an emergency slide shortly before takeoff yesterday at LaGuardia Airport. Now that plane, which was headed to Atlanta had been taxiing at the time it returned to the gate, another passenger's replaced on alternative flights. Still not clear if the passengers had been arrested or what charges they would potentially face

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"laguardia airport" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:33 min | 10 months ago

"laguardia airport" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Hospitalization numbers are up 20% since before that holiday James Footman w o R News is not 10 minutes After five o'clock here on this Tuesday morning, let's get another check on the traffic with Bernie Bernie got some construction as travel sunrise my way above East and West, bony into a coma, crowed and Fifth Avenue on that stretch of roadway. Two lanes are closed to traffic is getting by just a little bit Slow on sunrise Highway Azi head in towards the ice lip, Otherwise The traffic. Not bad at all on the L I e. In Queens on the westbound side as you approach Woodhaven Boulevard. Everything's in pretty decent shape with all of your Hudson River crossings, either in or out of town. Alternate side parking regulations are suspended today. In fact, through a Saturday, December 26. The meter rules are still in effect, except for on Christmas Day, no meter rules, then Route nine and Lacey Township Construction South phone. After a first a street, All lines are shifted. There's a new lane shift traffic pattern on that stretch of roadway. Looks like that problem spot in the Garden State Parkway by exit 98 cleared away Now our next traffic updates coming up in 10 Minutes on 7 10 W. O R. It is now 5 11 in just a moment to check on the weather forecast, But first a couple is in custody following a strange occurrence in LaGuardia Airport yesterday, they got off plane while it was taxiing for takeoff will be interesting to find out what inspired a couple with their large service dog to exit a Delta flight taxing on the runway at JFK Airport last night by opening a cabin door and activating the slide. The plane was forced to return to the gate did playing the rest.

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"laguardia airport" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

08:17 min | 11 months ago

"laguardia airport" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Phones and video I was at LaGuardia Airport. I reach for a cab door handle and on the other side of the cab was Richard Dreyfuss. Reaching for the same at the door Handle on the other side. I smiled. I step back and just stood there looking like a complete dork. And he smiled. Got in the car drove off. 262 Kinky Friedman, American singer songwriter Kinky Friedman at the Houston airport. I also saw Jim Cantore E of the Weather Channel. On a plane in Myrtle Beach. He's probably off to cover a hurricane somewhere. 9 to 0. I chatted with Wynonna Judd and her husband waiting for our plane at Nashville Airport again all these airports There are bad for celebrity sightings. 847 bears quarterback Great Jim McMahon and Denise's Bar in Platteville. I still have my signed bar napkin. 414 texture, says Bart Starr and his wife, Cherry at Cops Custard on Port Washington Road in Glendale, and that was about six months before he passed. Really? Wow. I didn't know that he was still Out in about doing things. That that close to his passing at any rate. Maybe it was a doppelganger. No, no, I will believe you. 414 says. We saw kiss in Tampa ST Petersburg at the airport. That's a good 10414 saw. W W We wrestler Seth Rollins at the Milwaukee airport. Okay? Let's see Johnnie Walker show Scott. I have four I saw Frank Howard Lee Maze Jim Gander in Marvin Hagler. Okay, let's rattle through these. These will be the last Calls we take here. Let's go to D and Watertown, Heidi, your celebrity sighting. They're this actually wasn't mine. I was actually my dad, but it's pretty funny. He worked for a delivery company and he had to make a delivery at O'Hare. And when he got there, he On Goldie Hahn and he was a huge fan. This took place pipe about 15 years ago. My dad, listen a sixties, He was a huge fan, so he only had his work clipboard and he asked her. For an autograph. And she put her glasses down her sunglasses and looked at him and said, Man, any guy who's brave enough to wear something like that deserves something much better. He kissed him on the cheek. Oh, wow. My dad was wearing his work uniform, which was bright green neon pants. A bright green I'm certain and my dad said Hey, if I put the green hand on, Can I get a kiss on the other cheek? That's great. It's also great when a celebrity It has fun with the moment. I mean, it embraces the moment she kissed him, for crying out loud. She was very nice. And you still talk about this story to this day? Very cool. Very cool. Thanks for the story. D appreciate it. Jim and West Allis of fellow West A lesion, Jim, your celebrity sighting. Hello. Hi, Jim. Go ahead. Exactly, Tim. Sorry. Sorry. I got it wrong, Tim. Go ahead to me. Hey, I was in the late eighties, I spent two summers at the state Fair and the kid from Wisconsin and I've played many shows out there one afternoon, Me and my friends went got some lunch of Double K. Ranch and got a couple burgers. And as we're sitting there, this gentleman comes up and we have a great conversation. We have lunch together and Really have no idea who he was never told his name. But then that evening. About the Alabama concert. Willie Nelson came on stage and we realized we had lunch, really Nelson. You had lunch with Willie Nelson and didn't know it was really Nelson, right? He was not wearing a typical get up. He went to his hair weren't brave. He didn't say his name was Willie. And at the time I wasn't Completely away. Really? Being young wasn't a big fan of Willie Nelson. But I like country music, and I like Alabama, and we sell them of that night. And there comes Willie Nelson. So I'm kind of embarrassed not to know who he was for the great time to send talk to that guy and have lunch And then there was singing with Alabama tonight. So I wonder if if He appreciated that being able to to have lunch amidst anonymity. Right? Right, and we were all found medicine. We're all kitchen, Wisconsin. They were playing in the band and he was gone. He's out by play guitar sometimes, and you know, I never really knew who he was. Is a really nice time have been talking to him. That's an awesome story. Thanks to him. I appreciate you sharing that. Two more calls here. Katie's and Yeah. Katie Burlington. Hi, Katie. Hi there. I dated a guy and college who was from Deerfield, Illinois, took me to midnight Mass down there and who walks in, but Mike Ditka and Scottie Pippen. Wow. Together. They weren't hanging out together together. I don't know if they work together, but they came in at the same time, and my jaw just dropped and I was just in all I mean, then I got consistent the whole mass and like Watch them, but I think that's where they used to have their workout or training the Bulls. And I don't know why Dick up with there, but it was midnight Mass. Had been night, Nash So you were not focused on the Higher purpose of being at midnight Mass. Katie, You were focused on its Dick gun. Pippen. I tried, and I still remember this day Scottie Pippen it one of those really bright like I think they're called Koji sweaters that they used to wear back in the eighties and nineties. And I just I just was in on it. I think that's the first celebrity idea I've ever had, and just sit there for close to a tower with them was Quite quite memorable. Wow. And you haven't forgotten about it. That's a good one. No, I have not. That's a good one. Thank you, Kate. Thank you. You as well Boy, if we were to rank all the venues of everybody who's called or texted midnight Mass. That's a pretty good venue. Okay, we'll get one last one Dan from horror con You'll get the last celebrity of the night. Right in. Hello. Hi. How are you doing? Pretty well. Hey, um, I ran a record store back. He's up in it, and we installed parents from Harry Chapman. So I kind of love the elbows with Harry shaping and when he was in there, he, uh, had my two year old son. Was there any asked to pick up hang on to him while he's signed autographs, so For the full hour. He was hanging on to my son signing on to Gramps. And it was a great great experience A great guy Any hold on. When I was in the eighties, I was working for American TV and, uh, selling tapes and boom boxes and stuff. And who should want to walk up to the counter. But Red Skelton o e. I don't know if you remember when one of the great one of the early greats of the television age Absolutely. Hi. Oh, definitely, And he was looking for a small tape recorder so he could record his thing that he was doing somewhere. My lucky he was appearing in Mork is from one of the most amazing thing about that, Dan Dan. The most amazing thing about that is Red Skelton didn't have somebody that would do that for him. Oh, exactly. How does he not have an assistant or a manager? Hey, go, go Buy me a recorder I need he was He went to the store himself to buy it. Yeah, he walked. You walked in all by himself. Didn't have anybody with him. That's pretty cool. What's your jokes, and a lot of people didn't recognize him. But I recognized him right away. So you could catch. Thanks for the call. Dan. Those are good ones. Good hour. That was fun. I'm gonna read this last text. Um 26 to listen to this one in a think I think it says, you know, 170 days stretch last year so that b 2019 While working at the public market..

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New York City mayor asks residents to avoid traveling out of state during the holidays

The Takeaway

00:42 sec | 11 months ago

New York City mayor asks residents to avoid traveling out of state during the holidays

"Blasio is urging New York City residents not to travel for the holidays to reduce the chances of a resurgence of covert 19 in the city. The mayor says it is not business as usual this year. Do not travel to a state with a high infection rate did not travel to a country with a high infection rate. Realize that by doing that, unfortunately, you could be putting yourself and your family in danger and also the risk of bringing the disease back here. Officials say. Those who decide to travel should get tested at JFK or LaGuardia Airport, both when they arrive and when they depart. Travellers returning from states and territories that a considered hot spots by New York state are required to quarantine for 14 days.

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New York City mayor asks residents to avoid traveling out of state during the holidays

All of It

00:44 sec | 11 months ago

New York City mayor asks residents to avoid traveling out of state during the holidays

"De Blasio is urging New York City residents not to travel for the holidays to reduce the chances of a resurgence of covert 19 in the city. Mayor says it's not business as usual this year. Do not travel to a state with a high infection rate did not travel to a country with a high infection rate. Realize that by doing that, unfortunately, you could be putting yourself and your family in danger and also the risk of bringing the disease back here. Officials say those who do decide to travel by plane should get tested that to JFK or LaGuardia Airport, both when they arrive, and when they depart, travellers returning from states and territories that are considered hot spots by New York State are required to quarantine for 14 days.

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Thousands Of Airline Workers Facing Unemployment As Aid Package Stalls In Congress

All Things Considered

03:34 min | 1 year ago

Thousands Of Airline Workers Facing Unemployment As Aid Package Stalls In Congress

"Is the airline industry. Air travel demand is down a wop a whopping 70% from last year and tens of thousands of airline pilots, flight attendants, a reservation agents and other industry workers are poised to lose their paychecks next week if Congress doesn't extend federal aid for airlines. NPR's David Shaper reports. A nation's airlines are at a crossroads. Or maybe I should say cross runways at the start of the year. On average about 2.5 million people were flying every day. Now that's plummeted to around 700,000, and until there are widely available vaccines or treatments for covert 19. Most passengers won't be coming back any time soon. You can't run an airline that a third the size it was and expect to keep all the same people. Elaine Backer is an airline industry analyst for investment Bank Cowan. I feel like in this country we've shifted from flattening the curve to waiting for a cure or a vaccine, and and that just means the pain is going to be longer in the cares act, Congress provided $25 billion a direct payroll support to the airlines so they could keep paying their employees through the end of September. Already, tens of thousands of workers have taken early retirement or other incentives to leave their jobs. But now the airlines air notifying another 75,000 that they may be out of a job. October 1st getting that for letter in the mail. Completely shocking. Isaiah Gonzalez is an aircraft maintenance worker for united at New York's LaGuardia Airport. The first thing that came to mind with how I was going to support my family people who depend on me. How was I going to keep the income? I was going to keep the family afloat, and Gonzalez is not alone. Me. Getting fellow is like this devastating. Tony Valentine is a reservations agent for United Airlines in Detroit. I have six that depend on me Arrange it age from 2 to 22, Valentine says. That's a houseful with a whole lot of bills. In addition, she says her husband suffered a serious stroke last year. And knowing that I may not have insurance to finishes is like I feel like I failed often at loggerheads. The unions representing these and other airline employees are now in rare harmony with airline CEOs in pressing Congress for a six month extension of the payroll support program. The industries in dire straits Nick Calio heads the industry group Airlines for America at one point Passenger traffic was down 96%. It's now down 70%. Still, one third of our planes are parked not flying, and we're losing $5 billion a month. The airlines unions and bipartisan majorities in Congress agree that the six months of payroll support worked in keeping airline employees off of unemployment rolls. In the tens of thousands of layoffs now might send shockwaves through the economy. Missouri Congressman Sam Graves is the ranking Republican on the House Transportation Committee. We absolutely cannot let an entire sector of the economy collapse, and that's exactly what will happen if we do not get this extension done yet. The airline funding is tied to broader Corona virus relief that the White House and Congress cannot agree upon. Here's American airline CEO Doug Parker. I just can't believe that we may not be able to do the right thing. Simply because our elected officials can't come to any sort of compromise agreement were better in that. Still, someone of providing billions Warren taxpayer money doesn't just put off the inevitable as airlines will need to restructure to match the reduced demand. Legislation that would extend payroll support for the airlines was introduced in the Senate this week. But if it isn't passed soon, thousands of airline employees may be out of work One week from today. David Shaper NPR news

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Big airlines fight with smaller ones over airport rights

Hugh Hewitt

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Big airlines fight with smaller ones over airport rights

"The airlines are fighting with smaller ones over airport rights. Federal officials want to let major airlines keep valuable takeoff and landing slots at some big U. S airports, even if they don't use them all during the pandemic. Move's being criticized by smaller airlines like Spirit and Allegiant, which want a chance to expand of the big airports. FAA plans to extend the current waiver to use it or lose it rules regarding slots and Kennedy and LaGuardia airports in New York and Reagan National near Washington. American, United and Delta are pushing for the waiver to be extended into next March.

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Strongest winds since Sandy could bring widespread outages

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Strongest winds since Sandy could bring widespread outages

"Store store is is is raising raising raising raising up up up up the the the the coast coast coast coast with with with with nearly nearly nearly nearly two two two two million million million million customers customers customers customers out out out out of of of of power power power power from from from from the the the the Carolinas Carolinas Carolinas Carolinas on on on on up and bringing the strongest winds to New York City since Superstorm Sandy. Nearly seven years ago. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski has More science introduces itself to New York City and surrounding suburbs with rain and wind. This may no longer be a coastal storm after it came ashore near the North Carolina South Carolina state line, But you can still feel it here at the beach. The storm has pushed inland and it's spawning tornadoes in and around New Jersey in New York, when Gus were clocked at LaGuardia Airport at 60 miles per hour

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Delta Flight Diverted To New York's JFK Airport After Nose Caved In

Larry O'Connor

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Delta Flight Diverted To New York's JFK Airport After Nose Caved In

"Flight almost made it to its final destination last night when it had to be diverted for an emergency landing. The A 3 19 was on its way to LaGuardia Airport when it was diverted to nearby JFK to make an emergency landing A little before 7 p.m. Delta Flight 10 76 sustained damage to the nose of the plane, apparently after hitting a bird. The jet carrying 43 passengers from Palm Beach, Florida landed safely at Kennedy Airport. Photos show The nose of the planes smashed in

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Delta Flight Diverted To New York's JFK Airport After Nose Caved In

Rush Limbaugh

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Delta Flight Diverted To New York's JFK Airport After Nose Caved In

"Delta Airlines flight almost made it to to its its final final destination destination last last night night when when it it had had to to be be diverted diverted for for an an an emergency emergency emergency landing. landing. landing. A A A 3 3 3 19 19 19 was was was on on on its its its way way way to to to LaGuardia LaGuardia LaGuardia Airport Airport Airport when when when it it it was was was diverted diverted diverted to to to nearby nearby nearby JFK JFK JFK to to to make make make an an an emergency emergency landing landing A A little little before before 7 7 p.m. p.m. Delta Flight 10 76 sustained damage to the nose of the plane, apparently after hitting a bird. The jet carrying 43 passengers from Palm Beach, Florida, landed safely at Kennedy Airport. Photos showed the nose of the planes smashed in

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American Airlines bans man who refused to wear face mask

First Light

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

American Airlines bans man who refused to wear face mask

"Flight American Airlines has banned a man who was kicked off a plane for refusing to wear a face covering among the first such incident since airlines promised this week to step up enforcement of their mass rules a spokesman for American says the airline decided to ban the man after reviewing the incident which occurred at new York's LaGuardia airport according to the airline activist Brandon Streck eight north request by crew members to wear a mask while the plane with a hundred twenty two passengers prepare to leave for Dallas fort worth he was ordered off the plane which could normally see hundred seventy two people he was put on a later

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Cuomo says Congress should "stop abusing New York"

Ben Shapiro

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Cuomo says Congress should "stop abusing New York"

"Governor Cuomo says his meeting with president trump today was productive and included the discussion over both re opening New York as well as large infrastructure projects it was a good conversation the president's from New York so he has a contact for the things we're talking about Cuomo maintains it now's the time to get these projects going given the long term benefits as well as the jobs they would create the governor says he and president trump discussed building new rail tunnels under the Hudson River the second Avenue subway and the rebuilding of LaGuardia airport Cuomo also called out Congress accusing them of abusing blue states by not providing emergency funding to help

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Chicago: Southwest Airlines flight detained at Midway due to sick passenger who had been to China

John Williams

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago: Southwest Airlines flight detained at Midway due to sick passenger who had been to China

"WGN's WGN's Ryan Ryan burl burl reports reports a a sick sick passenger passenger aboard aboard a a Southwest Southwest Airlines Airlines flight flight had had to to be be checked checked out out upon upon arriving arriving at at midway midway airport airport a a spokesperson spokesperson with with Southwest Southwest Airlines Airlines did did not not say say that that the the sick sick passenger passenger was was checked checked out specifically for corona virus however did say out of an abundance of caution local medical personnel met flight nine fifty three when it arrived at midway from LaGuardia airport and followed recommendations from the center for disease control to respond to the customer in those traveling with them the passenger was cleared by local authorities

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Florida Flood Warnings As Fort Lauderdale Airport Closes Due to Severe Weather

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Florida Flood Warnings As Fort Lauderdale Airport Closes Due to Severe Weather

"Planes that are flying or full of holiday travelers but getting to the airport a challenge in fort Lauderdale flooding forced the airport to close for a period this morning the TSA is also busy spokesperson Lisa pharmacy in speaking to reporters at LaGuardia airport permission December nineteenth actually to we expect to screen forty two million people in the nation wide

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Winter storm strikes Northeast

News, Traffic and Weather

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Winter storm strikes Northeast

"It's it's it's still still still autumn autumn autumn on on on the calendar with a massive winter storm the pummel much of the nation going back before thanksgiving is now lashing the northeast U. S. with snow ice and win thousands of flights canceled and delayed and New York LaGuardia airport Sunday night passengers can only watch the borders flights get pushed back and back and back a lot of the laser supposed to leave and nine o'clock number nine thirty five am expecting so even in the

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Southwest Airlines, New Jersey And Newark Liberty International Airport discussed on Laura Ingraham

Laura Ingraham

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Southwest Airlines, New Jersey And Newark Liberty International Airport discussed on Laura Ingraham

"Southwest Airlines is pulling out of new Jersey's Newark liberty International Airport following extensive delays caused by the FAA's grounding of the Boeing seven thirty seven MAX southwest will cease operations at Newark and consolidate them at LaGuardia airport in New York effective November third the FAA grounded Boeing seven thirty seven Max in March following two fatal crashes involving the airliner in Indonesia in Ethiopia

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Southwest Airlines to end Newark Airport service due to 737 grounding

Curtis Sliwa

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Southwest Airlines to end Newark Airport service due to 737 grounding

"Southwest Airlines is planning to stop flying out of Newark liberty airport the Dallas based airline made the announcement this morning citing poor financial results link to the grounding of the Boeing seven thirty seven MAX southwest currently has fifteen departures a day from Newark airport to Chicago Nashville Phoenix Austin Denver St Louis and other destinations that service will be consolidated out of LaGuardia airport starting November

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"laguardia airport" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"laguardia airport" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Was on a tweet storm this morning and and but the economic news is so good stocks have reached record highs the fed chair Jerome Powell made the case yesterday for the interest rates coming down there's gonna be a quarter rate cut coming the the market surge surgeon the S. and P. five hundred briefly broke above three thousand for the first time the nasdaq composite and Dow Jones industrial average reached all time highs we are seen all time highs in the stock market the economy is the end our economy is the envy of the world and yet you hear Elizabeth Warren Kamel Harris the Democrats complained that this cut that most Americans aren't feeling it that is a that is garbage that's H. they're lying and everyone knows it it's like everybody's in on the line extraordinary I actually just got a text message we're talking about this Jeffrey Epstein case and the labor secretary Alex Acosta and his press conference yesterday Eric sends a nice text here disagrees with me and and I think Eric has missed the point respectfully I wanna make sure I'm I clarify what I mean about trying to achieve success in America there this case the upstream case is proving wealthy people are treated differently than non wealthy people that's a fact of life and it's not fair it's not right it's not just but it is what it is here's what Eric writes Mike you are wrong not everybody can be successful when it comes to the law everybody should be treated the same Eric you've missed the point I don't I don't I know that not everybody is going to be successful but everybody should try to be successful everybody should endeavor we should not vilify trying to climb the ladder of success and make as much money as you care and of course that isn't everything I'm not talking about your personal relationships how you treat your fellow man how you live the way god wants you to live I I'm not saying that but I'm but but the fact is the progressives and the Democrats of the left have other lead demonized the process of trying to achieve financial success indeed if you are financially successful they often degrade you and attack you end up as a shawl your success by claiming you're the evil one percent and you're not paying your fair share and it's in and it's all it's a load of crap and I truly believe that Americans are getting fed up with listen I grew up with my mom teaching me you did you want to be as successful as you can in your chosen field and I've had a pretty good degree of success I'm I'm very proud of my of my professional life yeah I had an experience yesterday and I thought about this I've been thinking about this a lot especially in the context of of having some financial success in life I did something that was so crazy for me yesterday in New York City I went from I flew from from New York to Tampa last night and I'm I'm here probably in the studios of A. M. age sixty the answer in the beautiful Tampa Bay area and bite my new home I bought a condo a number of months ago and I'm a now Florida resident and and love it love it love the water I love the I love the sun I love the beach I love I don't know many people here but I'm I'm loving it I'm loving life okay and I saw a TV commercial a month or two ago in New York and I and I live in in in New York part time so I go back and forth and I saw a TV commercial for a company called blade blade is a helicopter service that takes you to the airport and where I live in lower Manhattan in in in the apartment I have a few blocks from the heliport where the helicopters fly in and out we'll get this you can now take a helicopter from Manhattan to LaGuardia airport now I am terrified of helicopters and so yesterday I took this flight Hey let me tell you the moral of the story here the end is not ten thousand dollars and I didn't charter helicopter they're trying to offer this to as many people as they can this service and you get on the helicopter at the Wall Street heliport which is again just a few blocks from where I live and it's a five minute helicopter ride to look Gordy I hate to give the company a free plug but it's pretty incredible because.

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Emergency landing by United flight briefly closes Newark Airport

Sunday Morning with Elizabeth Espinosa

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Emergency landing by United flight briefly closes Newark Airport

"A United airline flight had made an emergency landing at Newark airport, which shut down the airport for at least an hour on Saturday. ABC's Diane Macedo says the flight experience problems with its hydraulics. United Airlines flight two zero nine eight departed from New York's LaGuardia airport en route to Houston the crew on the Airbus, A three nineteen soon after reported break problem with the pilot asking to divert Newark airport. Passengers had to use the slides you get off the plane, thirteen reported minor injuries. But no one had to go to the

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"laguardia airport" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"laguardia airport" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Laguardia airports and discounts for multi path path has would be reduced significantly inflation adjusted fees not something as foreign everybody does it it's the fees themselves that are the new sippy also wants a four dollar surcharge on taxes and that based cart serves his going to the airport that's a bit of an issue this you fight that and they are alice stockton rosie need wwl news development in the case of a missing connecticut mother jennifer boulos restraint husband photos delos is accused of violent in terms of his release by crossing the border into new york is attorney says do los was in the state only briefly taking a detour to award a traffic accident do most been ordered to stay in connecticut after being charged with tampering with evidence and hindering prosecution mechanics of the woman now missing for more than a month still waiting for a winner to be officially declared in the race for queens district attorney but the progressive candidate tiffany coban is already claiming victory Mix together. built is d- most who mr Hers most beautiful. Race. queens borough president melinda katz the party back candidate has refused to concede saying racist still too close to call actor cuba gooding junior in court today he's going to try and get the groping charges against him dropped is acute of grabbing a woman while the two were at a bar earlier this month he has pleaded not guilty senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says they will vote this summer to reauthorize the nine eleven victims compensation fund good news for first responder john feel strays from his commitment then we'll go back into attack mode but for now we're gonna put down all the way we're going to pick out ball rakes we're gonna form and we're going to be what friends who was sick and dying first responders had accused mcconnell of dodging them and blocking a vote wayfair employee's walking off the job today to protest company's decision to do business with contractors who operate migrant detention centers in a letter the group called on the company's leadership to take a stand against what had called the reprehensible practice of separating families it's eleven four in just a moment weather and wall street they come from every corner of the.

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"laguardia airport" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"laguardia airport" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"So Jim is eighteen years old and living with his mother for the very first time. His mom is now remarried to a New York City cop. Jim gets a job working as a mail boy at LaGuardia Airport, and he stays with his mom and stepdad for a while until he gets on his feet, and then a lot happens. Jim works his way up through American Airlines and is promoted each year is drafted into the army and does a two year stint when he returns home, he meets his future wife, then I met my wife was a stewardess with American Airlines better a gate. We got married, and it was interesting. When my sisters got married, they invited one parent to the wedding out the other because John Graham, and my mother hadn't seen each other twenty some years. I didn't feel was right to bring my Wakeman twit dysfunctional family. I went to my mother, and I said, well you come to our wedding. It's just as your father coming. I said now so back bothers you come to my wedding. And she's he said is is your mother common. And and I said, no. So they both ended up at the wedding. Surprised they see each other after twenty years the reception was at my melodies parents house, and we had the receiving line in the living around the receptionist outside under tents in the backyard, and I put my father and the receiving line. And my mother went through it and shook his hand. And she didn't realize it was coming to like two people later both entreprises led to different parts of the backyard under the ten and they didn't never had a conversation. But I could see them picking at each other over the other guys..

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"laguardia airport" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"laguardia airport" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"So Jim is eighteen years old and living with his mother for the very first time. His mom is now remarried to a New York City cop. Jim gets a job working as a mail boy at LaGuardia Airport, and he stays with his mom and stepdad for a while until he gets on his feet, and then a lot happens. Jim works his way up through American Airlines and is promoted each year is drafted into the army and does a two year stint when he returns home, he meets his future wife, then I met my wife was a stewardess with American Airlines better at gate eight. We got married, and it was interesting. When my sisters got married, they in by one parent to the wedding at the other because John Graham, and my mother hadn't seen each other twenty some years, but I didn't feel it was right to bring my wife went to a dysfunctional family. I went to my mother, and I said, well, you come to our wedding it. She says your father coming down. So into back bothers you come to my wedding. And she's he said is is your mother comment. And and I said, no. So they both ended up at the wedding surprised to see each other after twenty some years. The reception was at my Melody's parents house, and we had the receiving line in the living room, and then the receptionist outside under tents in the backyard, and I put my father and the receiving line. And my mother went through it and shook his hand and she didn't realize it was coming to like two people later in. Both aunts rises led to different parts of the backyard under the Ted, and they didn't never had a conversation. But I could see them peaking at each other peering over the other guys..

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"laguardia airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"laguardia airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In the coming months. The London flight would tough Singapore Airlines service to New York about a thousand miles and bowling an aviation regulators are expected to postpone safety fixes for the 737 max until late. April upgrades have been prompted by October fatal crash of a line of flies. The Wall Street Journal says it life stems from differences of opinion among safety experts. The how extensive the changes should be the crash happened. When a faulty airspeed, sensor triggered a stall. And that's your Bloomberg business. Flash mattis. Thanks to the Rhonda talks to avert another government shutdown over Trump's border wall broke down late on Saturday. Imperilling the prospects for a deal as time runs short. Let's bring in our senior editor on the breaking news side in Asia. It is Derek wall Bank der this morning. So the title the top line of hostelry today is talking about Trump saying that the Democrats are looking for distraction after a bad week. Whereas the snake wriggling to the shutdown story. Well, we've got a couple of days left until the US government partially shuts down again, if it does it's not going to be quite as bad as it was the last time at least initially LaGuardia airport's going to stay open because those sorts of things take a couple of days to hit. But make no mistake. You know, we're in a delicate position right now and government funding talks. There are real and deep differences going on even on some little things. The latest thing that they broke down over was the issue of detention beds. Literally, where do you how somebody for the night that you pick up the Democrats want to have certain restrictions and caps that the White House and Republicans don't and they're talking past each other right now. On that. It's going to take something some getting back to the table, some real desire to avert a shutdown to actually do that one of the things that we're looking at coming in the next twenty four hours, though is the possibility of some more incendiary rhetoric being ejected in there. That's what President Donald Trump is scheduled to go to El Paso, Texas to talk about the need for a border wall. Meanwhile, democrat Beto Arocca possible presidential candidate is going to almost counter protests. The president saying that the border wall is a joke that it doesn't need to happen. That'd be a giant waste of money. So between here and that deadline. You're looking at some more incendiary rhetoric next unless appropriators negotiators could get back to the table and can start making some headway. Do you think is the week draws on that we're going to hear more more discussion around a national emergency declaration possibilities? Yeah. I think you are going to hear a little bit more out of that from the White House, certainly they've been floating the option of using a national emergency declaration to pay for President Trump's promised border wall, which let's all always keep in mind that Trump has said Mexico would pay for. But in this case he is looking at seriously apparently weighing declaring a national emergency. I haven't seen the White House take that off the table ever. In fact, I keep seeing them put it back on the table and back on the table and back on the table. I would expect the president to make some comments regarding that when he's when he's an El Paso, at least to leave the door open. Although when he's gotten into opportunities to actually declare it such as the state of the union address last week, he stopped short of doing that. But certainly this president has said that one way or the other there will be a wall there will be funding for a wall. And if you can't get through congress, which right now, it looks like he can't then that's certainly an option this White House. Considers a possibility. Derek? Let's see what the week delivers to us from sentiment and rhetoric. Derek wall Bank. Our senior political editor the markets matter on daybreak Middle East. Hence, we bring in Philly Pepe Jacko with the very latest. So aluminium, Bahrain batted and Bruce. They didn't deliver the numbers and with that you take a smack. Yes, men as it was the first quarterly lost in twelve quarters since two thousand fifteen and we did see a reaction in the stock exchange with stock. The usually does not treat that much. It was the biggest volume of trade since early January and this talk show nine point five percent. Of course, people are watching closely all of those numbers from eighteen. And in this case, the company said that the sales were not that good last year. And they also mentioned an impact of higher alumina prices for Baxter their results, not when it comes to truth and reconciliation to buy investments. Probably it tops the law that they've come up with their clients, and they're acknowledging acknowledge. Gene, some pretty severe mocked on that scratch minutes. That's also reacted yesterday to earnings. We could see a continuation of people pricing their results the earnings were thirty five percent lower than what we saw the year before. And being mentioned that they actually recalculated the we they see their properties and their financial investments. Here in the of course, that's that's healthy in a certain way. It also sends up quite concerning though. Isn't it exactly to the market, especially when people were trying to come up with a map of what's the real situation in Dubai right now to continue pricing, this this factors from the real economy into the stocks trading here. What about Kuwaiti banks? We've seen the flow money you, and I talked about the flow of money into at. Yes. He just had who time with us. They're talking about the flow of money into Sidey Arabia. The Kuwaiti banks are doing quite nicely debts. That's a very good point is because this is a very important week for Kuwaiti stocks, mostly banks because of the index rebellious is that we have to be announced both from MCI, and from Fuzi, we do not expect a lot of changes from the announcement expected for tonight, but we few look at the footsie potential rebel. We could have three important additions from Kuwait. We're talking about goof, Bank, Burgen Bank and Ali United. This names could be actually become part of the Kuwait index that is part of emerging markets, and then we have four other banks that could actually have a waiting Greece. So we are talking about a lot of over four hundred million dollars in petitioning for you never far from the flow story. I I. The inclusion inclusion it's the line of the day on the stocks desperately pepper, Jack. Oh, thank you very much for.

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"laguardia airport" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"laguardia airport" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"It says in this tweet in the last half hour, I wish people would read or listen to my words on the border wall. This was a no way concession. It was taken care of millions of people who are getting badly hurt by the shutdown with the understanding that in twenty one days if no deal is done. It's off to the races that last part about being off to the races. That is essentially restating what he said earlier today. Anderson is that we could be right back where we were the last thirty five days with yet another government shutdown or is the president was saying earlier today that he might declare a national emergency to go ahead and get the process started unilaterally of no matter how you slice it Anderson. This is obviously concession or retreat us or render an a k for this president. And I don't take it for me talk to a top Trump adviser that I talked to earlier this evening who said that this was a quote humiliating loss. For somebody who rarely loses. And this adviser punctuated that remark by saying, I miss winning Anders. How did we get here because just a few days ago? The president is still demanding five point seven billion dollars for the wall before reopening the government. I think what happened here Anderson, and you were saying this in the last few days is you had some Republican senators Republicans over in the house starting to peel away from this president you're seeing calls coming in from Republican leaders up on Capitol Hill, like Mitch McConnell, telling the president, listen, this is not going in your direction, but Anderson, I believe the video that we saw this morning. Those images coming out of LaGuardia Airport the northeast corridor where air traffic control was really just starting to come to a halt. You were starting to see some of these these sick outs. These folks not coming into work to work in the air, traffic, control towers, and the delays that were the result of that. And that was starting to put pressure on this White House. We understand from talking to a variety of officials and sources and that really put pressure on the president to go ahead and end and all of this. So. Clearly, the is trying to cast this essentially as a victory on his part. Do we know what how is advisors? What people in the White House how they're viewing tonight with the mood is Anderson. It was strange I was out in the rose garden with president. When he made the statement earlier today, and it was just bizarre surreal to see top White House officials in the vice-president on down applauding the president. As he was making the statement today as if he had won, something Anderson. This was as far from winning as as you could possibly get. This was losing. And yet the the president was getting support from his own team..

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"laguardia airport" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"laguardia airport" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"It says in this tweet in the last half hour, I wish people would read or listen to my words on the border wall. This was a no way concession. It was taking care of millions of people who are getting badly hurt by the shutdown with the understanding that in twenty one days if no deal is done. It's off to the races that last part about being off to the races. That is essentially restating what he said earlier today. Anderson is that we could be right back where we were the last thirty five days with yet another government shutdown or is the president was saying earlier today that he might declare a national emergency to go ahead and get the process started unilaterally of no matter how you slice it Anderson. This is obviously concession or retreat us or render and a k for this president. And I don't take it for me talk to a top Trump adviser that I talked to earlier this evening who said that this was a quote humiliating loss for somebody who rarely loses. And this adviser punctuated that remark by saying, I miss winning Anders. How did we get her because just a few days ago? The person was still demanding five point seven billion dollars for the wall before reopening the government. I think what happened here Anderson, and you were saying this in the last few days is you had some Republican senators Republicans over in the house starting to peel away from this president you're seeing calls coming in from Republican leaders up on Capitol Hill, like Mitch McConnell, telling the president, listen, this is not going in your direction, but Anderson, I believe the video that we saw this morning. Those images coming out of LaGuardia Airport the northeast corridor where air traffic control was really just starting to come to a halt. You were starting to see some of these the sick outs. These folks not coming into work to work in the air, traffic, control towers, and the delays that were the result of that. And that was starting to put pressure on this White House. We understand from talking to a variety of officials and sources and that really put pressure on the president to go ahead and end and all of this. So clearly the is trying to cast this essentially as a victory on his part. What do we know what how is it visors what people in the White House? How they're doing it tonight with the mood Anderson. It was strange. I was out in the rose garden with president. When he made the statement earlier today, and it was just bizarre surreal to see top White House officials in the vice-president on down applauding the president. As he was making the statement today as if he had won, something Anderson. This was as far from winning as as you could possibly get. This was losing. And yet the the president was getting support from his own team..

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"laguardia airport" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

12:14 min | 2 years ago

"laguardia airport" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Will sign a Bill to open our government for three weeks until February fifteenth. I will make sure that all employees received their back pay very quickly or as soon as possible it'll happen fast. I am asking Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell to put this proposal on the floor immediately after thirty six days of spirited debate. And dialogue I have seen and heard from enough Democrats and Republicans that they are willing to put partisanship aside. I think and put the security of the American people, I I do believe they're going to do that. They have said they are for complete border security, and they have finally and fully acknowledged got having barriers fencing or walls, or whatever you wanna call. It will be an important part of the solution. So let me be very clear we really have no choice, but to build a powerful wall or steel barrier. If we don't get a fair deal from congress. The government will either shut down on February fifteenth again or I will use the powers afforded to me under the laws and the constitution of the United States to address this emergency. We will have great security. All right. Glad you're with us. Happy Friday, obviously, a busy breaking news day that was the president talking about a three week opening of the federal government. There's a back story. Not being told I'll give it to you in just a second. The predawn armed raid. What twenty nine men Roger stone's house and seventeen vehicles? When he said he would have come voluntarily just take them, two seconds. Also, if you're in the media or Hollywood, you better watch out because the Covington families have now hired an attorney that I knew well when I was in Atlanta, this is not somebody to mess with they hired a guy by the name of Lynnwood. He was Richard Jewell's attorney, and he means business, and let me tell you what's going to happen. All those people that rush to judgment didn't do any due diligence at all, no real reporting, those that smeared slandered liable and besmirch those kids. They better get ready to open up their checkbooks because Lynnwood is coming, and he's an awesome attorney. I am telling you right now. Let me start with the president here. Let me give you the back story because this has been in the works now for about two weeks. So that you understand I know somebody saying, well, we didn't get any money for the wall eating any money for the wall. No, he didn't. But he's going to. Here's what has been going on behind the scenes both sides. Obviously, very nervous LaGuardia Airport, for example, in New York today, you know, it's messing up flights scheduled TSA guys are talking about the blue flu and going on strike because of the government shutdown and not getting paid furloughed workers. Remember if Nancy Pelosi went on our trip than she would have been gone. They would have lost their second paycheck. They're going to get rightly so as I've said from the beginning their money back paid in full. Throughout the speech. The president said, okay, we're going to end the shutdown reopen the government not use the powerful alternative constitutional alternative that I have at this time. Then he went on to explain that. What is really happening behind the scenes for about two weeks now on I know because I know people that have been in these meetings, and in these discussions there have been back channel democratic house members backchannel democratic senators that have been negotiating with leaders in the house and the Senate and begging to get an opportunity to fix the problem because they want what the president has offered which was you know, some deal on DACA TPS some deal for dreamers that the things and something many of them also saying not publicly that they want the border wall and the security, and they want they believe the president has the right to get that to keep the border secure. And but they have been instructed in Ben and their arms twisted not to talk to anybody. Publicly because they wouldn't do it without the government open. Anyway, long story short the president has been approached by a number of these Republicans and Democrats and said give us three weeks. Let us see if we can do our job if we can't do our job you can go right back to the government shutdown or as the president said he will use the powers afforded him under the constitution. And I think the president also kind of has a heart. He's he knows that this is tough on a lot of the workers there. They'll get their back pay quickly as they always do which is the right thing to do in my opinion. So that basically now congress has three weeks because what they have done is stymied. They have vacation they have gone on junkets lobbyist-paid luxurious resorts taxpayer dime other junkets plan, but then stopped and for all intents and purposes, I've never thought that this was ever gonna be resolved through the congress. I've never thought it was going to be resolved that way now for the president to exhaust every option and to show every degree of reasonableness. The left wing media will say it's a win. But it's not going to be a win. When he goes forward with his national emergency to fund the wall and uses the military and other funding to build the wall. Then the next thing you say, well, there's going to be a court challenge, of course, is going to be a court challenge. Boy, they're going to go judge shopping. Of course, they're gonna go. Judge opping means they're going to be in California, Hawaii, Oregon or Washington somewhere where they know they are more likely to get a liberal judicial activist on the court, and then it will be appealed to the ninth circuit with an eighty percent overturn rate and eventually make its way to the US supreme court where I believe constitutionally, this is where the president is on solid ground. Look this argument has been about if you ask yourself. What do they want? What is Nancy Pelosi bananas for nothing? What is Nancy Pelosi fighting for nothing? They just want. They are just feeding this. This psycho bordering on psychosis. Pathological hatred of the president. You're not fighting as the president is as the president mentioned in great detail today about the bipartisan committee, by the way, Lindsey Graham was a big part of this in a good way. I can tell you that and all these democratic senators reaching out, by the way behind Schumer's back. They have been meeting and Mitch McConnell also encouraging this deal, and they think they can get it done in the Senate the house is that a different story. The thinking is is that if they can get, you know, sixty five seventy votes for a bipartisan deal pretty much what the president offered last Saturday. In the Senate get that done in completed within this three week period of time that the pressure it will be enormous on House Democrats for them to show that they're willing to work for the American people because everything that has been at stake is at stake. They got a homeland security package that Democrats say that they wanted that'll be included in the package. They say they care about DACA. They say they care about dreamers. That is going to be included in the package. One thing that is an absolute no is any path to citizenship, or amnesty. So I was told why every Republican in the lead up to this announcement today. If it turns out, there is conservatives won't support it. So it won't work either the president detailed the need for security, how Democrats in the past have asked for all these things they've act they've acted in the past to spend a whole lot money on barriers and walls at the southern border. They have sounded more like Donald Trump in years past than they sound like themselves today and the walls are needed. There's no American in every poll bears. It out that we have ninety percent of our heroine crossing that southern border ninety percent of Fenton all now crossing that southern border. We have three hundred deaths a day in this country because of the opioid crisis in the country. The walls are designed to prevent drug dealers human traffickers, and other criminals, those that have even committed murder, and those that have committed sexual assault of some ten thousand that the department of homeland. Security put out those numbers four thousand homicides. How many more angel moms and dads that there needs to be before you say, it is a real price is not a manufactured crisis. How many more kids have to die from an opioid epidemic before you say, it's a real crisis, not a manufactured crisis. I mean, you've got methamphetamine feting all heroin all traffic across that border. You have terrorists you have MS thirteen human traffickers cartels that don't come through the ports. They easily walk across the border. We don't have enough boots on the ground would never possibly can to have enough boots or hire enough people to cover every inch of the water wall border rather sixty thousand apprehensions last month on the southern border. You also have the health crisis a backlog and the immigration courts eight hundred thousand albacore because we have to update the laws. We're going to get rid of catcher. And released and some of these other ridiculous things that have been implemented since the Democrats took control. So the way I think this plays out is one or two ways. It's gonna probably I start in the Senate. Those Democrats will have to then come out of the shadows. And say we want the things that we said over the years. We wanted the deal that the president offered on Saturday. He'll get his money. They'll vote on a Bill it will vote up or down you get to sixty or you don't get to sixty. And if they can't get their job done in three weeks, the president couldn't be any more clear, then he will do what he's had to do pretty much throughout his presidency. And do it alone and go on his own. And there's no doubt in my mind. I have none that he will declare a national emergency actually think there has to be a way to expedite the legal process because of the designation and get this done and brought to the supreme court sooner rather than later now, politically, I think it's a good thing. The president is ready shown a willingness to give Democrats what they want and make a deal to keep Americans. Safe. Nancy Pelosi standing for nothing but hating the president same with Chuck Schumer. This president this is about life and death. This is about safety, insecurity. This is about stopping drugs human trafficking. This is about keeping bad elements out of our country and keeping American secure. I think he's got the high ground. And now, I think taking this extra step that they asked for and that's the big behind the scenes part that nobody seems to have picked up in the media that Democrats and Republicans have been pleading for he said, we'll give you the three weeks. See if you guys can do your job doesn't upset me in any way, shape, matter or form. And I think it's actually a good play on the president's part to come off as a leader and reasonable. All right. Eight hundred nine four one Sean if you want to be a part of the program now, we also have the predawn raid of the home of Roger stone..

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"laguardia airport" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"laguardia airport" Discussed on KOMO

"Accusation that he's being persecuted New York governor Andrew Cuomo says delays at east coast airports amid a partial government shutdown are another symptom the federal madness caused by Republican President Donald Trump has consumed as a caused the democrat says the delays are hurting the economy and impacting airport, safety and security. The FAA announced LaGuardia Airport in New York and Newark Newark, liberty international airport in New Jersey or both experiencing delays and take off due to staffing problems at two air traffic, control facilities. Many of us are working in professions where it's entirely plausible. We could be replaced by. My robots in the not so distant future. Joining me on the KOMO Newsline. Sherry Preston, ABC news. Correspondent is this is actually Sherry another robot, right? I was going to be quiet for a minute. Maybe perhaps. Yes, there is a robot on the line. Now, according to the Brookings Institution think tank in Washington, they have a really extensive report on whether or not your job, maybe one of those that will be outsourced by a computer within the next several years. And what is it about thirty six million Americans are currently holding jobs with high exposure to automation that means possibly seventy percent of what they do. Now could soon be performed by machines at using the technology. We have now not technology that's expected in the future. Among those most likely to be affected or cook. Waiters rose in food service. Those in service in general short haul truck drivers and clerical and office workers. Wow. That's amazing. Those are some things you don't really think of normally as being replaceable by a robot or by machine or. And I would see the savings for businesses especially with economic downturns perhaps coming again soon that that might be a real harbinger of that to come. Yeah. Exactly. I mean, we got a lot of advances in artificial intelligence, not just those going and picking up things giant warehouse. You've got self service kiosks that showed up in stores all over the place computerized hotel hotel concierge who who understand many languages? You can pop in. What it is you want, and they can translate it for you. There's actually little robots that they're trying out in some fast food restaurants across the country. You know, you work the tryline at McDonald's, maybe they'll be a robot doing that in the future. I mean, there's all sorts of things and jobs and sub to keep in mind when it comes to the future one of the keys to this is to not being outsourced is to keep your skills up on your current job. Make sure that you are you doing the very best that you can and try to figure out what it is. You can do that. Maybe a computer can't perhaps people that deal in industries that are. Volved more with the human element would be the least likely to be affected by this. Right. Exactly. The the high paying jobs of the future are going to be those that require creativity and problem solving which are things that you know. Hey, I really can't do yet. It can do a lot of things and do a lot of things you really well. But when it can't do kind of create things, I mean, those of us who create then come up with something they have actual conversations that are involved in problem solving figuring out what's wrong with things and doing it that way, and that is one of the things that they say will be the jobs that are will be the most, you know, the least to be affected by artificial intelligence. Hopefully, we're both safe for a while. We'll see evergreen weekend. Thanks, sherry. ABC Sherry Preston. In New York. Both parties are still talking this morning on Capitol Hill is a partial government shutdown begins day, thirty-five ABC's. Andy Field tells us why they're struggling to end the stalemate. It's been weeks since both sides actually discussed a compromise. The two Senate leaders Chuck Schumer and Mitch McConnell finally doing that after both the president and Democrats reopen the government proposals failed. Neither the house or Senate have any scheduled votes this week in the president indicating he has other options if he doesn't get border wall funding nearly a million federal workers await an answer and a paycheck Andy Field. ABC news, Capitol.

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"laguardia airport" Discussed on The Morning Roast

The Morning Roast

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"laguardia airport" Discussed on The Morning Roast

"I make like a ridiculous macaroni and cheese. I don't know wings wing guy. No, I there's not really any food that. I don't like so. There's not any food. You don't. I like, I mean, they're limousine. I really love chicken tenders was like Honey mustard sauce. But then I think it was two seasons ago. I was getting them every day and Seattle was losing. So I stopped eating them. And then Seattle started winning. And I haven't done chicken tenders during football. I also I also really like dips of all kinds because dips you can basically eat for four straight hours and never truly quantify the amount that you've eaten. That's awesome. You can get thousand collars. And be like, yeah. I've just kind of picking duster I think of dips county. Like when you eat a buffalo wing, and it's like, basically, a vehicle for blue cheese. It's probably will think about that. All right last question. As always comes from Lenny, my dog Lenny did a little bit of research on you and found out that you have a dog named Brutus Brutus is or something schnoodle shoe. Little mix there hypoallergenic also recently had a baby son. So I think his question is touching on this topic. As always I will honor his request always as a return to his voice. It happened. That's funny. Better Brutus or your baby. I really like Brutus so much. So that he was flown to us at LaGuardia Airport. But I'll go Evan with a six and a half point spread. Brutus was flown to you. Yeah. You know, he came from he came from a litter kind of far away, and we could either drive like an entire day to get him or. He wasn't a rescue. I know it's not cool. But it was an allergy situation was so we we were just trying to get the right to. But yeah, I go Evan. Evan minus six and a half right now. Anything about football. Yeah. And he's been cast both of them and taught to lead with her head had on the ball. Yeah. They know a lot about football. Well, if we had back on will you bring Brutus, and does he have voice. He does have a voice, and it's a it's it's like, I don't know. I'm trying to think of a good trying to think of a good maybe like Pete for madman. Oh, really as little sketch. All right. Well, thanks for coming on Chris. Next time. Bring bruce..

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"laguardia airport" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"laguardia airport" Discussed on No Agenda

"Very interesting. We'll have some more mic. Check mic check. Now, Jack, this is a clip for you. That comes to the point you wanted to make because you'll hear once again leading the witness. I just want to check what did Trump say about Mexicans when he first announced his presidency. Said, a lot of them are rapists, you sure about that? Well, some like that. Okay. What did he say the president called the most recently? Fine people. No, no, no animals. Remember he call them an remember the animals. Well, no, because he said about MS thirteen? Oh, yeah. MS thirteen animals. Yeah, that's recognized that he said that about MS thirteen. I think even the mainstream recognized that I think so when President Trump ran for the presidency the first day, he talked about Mexicans as rapists. Now he's talking about Mexicans as animals. You response to President Trump. My response is that's not what he said. This policy that has been stopped by now. Listen to those challenges, but now he is trying to control the supreme court and the decisions that would go to that level. Well, I think that the best way that we respond to what can widely be recognized, I think is rising fascism is and his policies of it is that we have to. Oh, into ourselves and into our communities and mobilize ourselves. You know, we need to be ready when the next time or if this happens again, we need to be ready to drop everything and go straight to LaGuardia Airport..

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"laguardia airport" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"laguardia airport" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Yes david the crews continue to work despite the storm unfortunately were continuing to see seems like this all over the gary look at these down trees downed power lines and the concern now is that with the snow being so heavy that it's only going to bring down more trees and more power lines slowing the recovery process david linsey davis leading us often i lindsay thank you and no surprise the ripple effects from the nor'easter are being felt across the country tonight major airlines cancelling and delaying thousands of flights today heavy snow falling at the airport in philly right there new york's laguardia airport canceling nearly two thirds of its flights it abc's cato whitworth is there tonight tonight that nor'easter bringing some airports to a total standstill flight at newark airport completely shut down for over an hour as nearly three thousand flights canceled and over seventeen 100 delayed nationwide crews in philadelphia scrambling to clear runways and in new york trying to defuse planes is this afternoon hair laguardia airport and look there's almost nobody here they've had to cancel five hundred eighty flights today and american airlines alone had to cancel seventy percent of their flights yuval to fly out of here today among the few poor souls left brian newell trying to get to atlanta for a meeting how frustrating fear now both in our back home and the snow he was also delayed last week when strong winds ripped the roof of the right off an airport hangar but this time officials say there are new problems today it seems like demean the ninestory is mix accumulation and a little bit of the wind.

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