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"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:46 min | 3 months ago

"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Today, Millions more Americans will exercise their most fundamental right and choose who they want to lead this country. And I say millions more because nearly 100 million Americans have already cast their ballots, shattering records for early and mail in voting. A high turnout makes this historic election. So does the fact that this is all happening during the worst pandemic in a century. Throughout this morning, we're talking with local member station reporters who are bringing us the latest from polling stations across this country in the states that are likely to determine the outcome of this election. Pennsylvania is one of those states and that is where we find Avi Wolfman errant from in Philadelphia, Avi Thanks for being here. I understand. You're you're outside your polling place this morning, Right? What do you see? I am indeed I am in Delaware County, a county just outside Philadelphia, a suburban stronghold. That Joe Biden hopes to capture and Ah Aline has just started to form outside the polling place. We're still about an hour away from the polls opening when me it's cold, but there is enthusiasm. Well, but people are lining up even an hour beforehand, which is just exactly just a few. Just a few intrepid souls exactly their tits Start. It's starting to get going. So in 2016. I mean, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, surprised a whole lot of people by swinging red going for President Trump the election There is close again. What are the regions toe Watch? Well, I'll give you a few here in the southeastern part of the state where I am that is where Joe Biden needs to run up the score Philadelphia and its suburbs in the central and western parts of the state, especially the role parts. That's trump Country. That's where he's looking for a big turn out on Election Day. And then there's a couple of bellwethers. One is the North eastern part of the state Scranton area where Joe Biden is from and then the far Northwest. Erie County has often been sort of a signal, for which way the state is going to go, so people will be keeping a close close eye on area. President Trump has targeted Pennsylvania heinous campaign made baseless claims about voter fraud in Philadelphia in particular what our election officials in the state doing to reassure voters about the process. Well, there's been a lot of reassuring talk from the mayor and the filth. Philadelphia's district attorney, Larry Krasner. Krasner, also recently went on CNN and set some sort of has his tough talk for President Trump saying if he tried something Krasner was gonna have something ready for him. Kind of unclear, right? But basically just saying, Look, we've got law enforcement standing by. We're ready to snuff out any intimidation if we see it, and you know, the main thing they've been doing is just showing people how the process works, You know, behind the scenes footage of voting machines and things like that, just to try to reassure them that way. Everything's okay. Are there issues voters should be concerned about when it comes to voting there melt their ballots counting? Yeah, I think from a voter perspective, there's definitely concerned just about confusion because Pennsylvania is not a state with a tradition of sort of no excuse mail in voting. So for a lot of people, this is the first time Trying to vote early or by mail. And for folks who requested ballots but decided instead to come to the polls on Election day. There could be some sort of technical glitches in terms of what they dio on DH, So I think there could be some confusion among voters who show up today on hopefully that'll get sorted out at the polls. What about the ability to count all of thes ballots? We've talked about the historic turn. Turnout Is Pennsylvania ready for this? They hope so. Pennsylvania cannot by law start counting those mail in ballots until today, so it's going to take a few days for the results to trickle in, and hopefully the county's can handle. The flow of of mail in ballots. Wolfman Arent from W Why? Why? In Philadelphia? Thank you so much. So a lot of false information has been spreading on social media platforms during the pandemic, And some of this misinformation has been affecting the millions of Americans who've gotten covert 19 and informed online support groups for help. Alex Smith at member Station You are in Kansas City has the story. After Matthew Long Middleton got sick. In mid March, he joined a covert 19 support group on Slack. The 36 year old avid cyclist from Kansas City, Missouri, says he was desperate for information. I have no idea about like where this road leads. And so I was looking for some place where People were going through a similar thing, including that not knowing including uncertainty, and also that the thing like we have to figure this out for ourselves, But with the support came misinformation is well. Group members reported taking massive amounts of vitamins, for example, or other homemade remedies, not backed by science. Health communications researcher Elizabeth Blackie of Northeastern University says that without precautions, online support groups can not only contribute to the spread of misinformation but also Er, mind trust in science and medicine in general, even if we're not actively seeking information, the encounter these kinds of message is on social media. And because of this repeated exposure, there is more likelihood that it's going to seep into our thinking and perhaps even changed the way that we view. Certain issues, even if there's no real merit or credibility. Some covert 19 patients like Vanessa Cruz has been most of their days fact checking their online support groups. It's really become like a second family to me and Being able to help everybody is just it's a positive thing that comes out of all this negativity we're experiencing right now. Cruz is a 43 year old mother of two who moderates the Facebook group, have it slash had it from her home in the Chicago suburbs. She's also been dealing with covert 19 symptoms since March. A worldwide group has more than 30,000 members. And it's recently been buzzing with rumors from India about using a common tapeworm medication to treat Cove it as well as speculation about President Trump's diagnosis. Cruz says that supporting fellow patients can be a tricky balance of getting the facts right but also giving people who are scared the chance to be heard. It's like you really don't know. What question what to ask for how to reach for help. And instead of doing that, they just Be right up their story, basically, and they share with everybody to keep the group evidence based. It has built up a 17 person, Fact checking team, which includes two nurses and reviews every post that goes up. Twitter and Facebook have taken steps in recent months to fact check or remove false content related to the virus. Although critics charge that Mohr is needed covert 19 patient, Matthew Long, Middleton thinks the problem goes deeper than getting the data right, he says. A lot of bad information is spread because patients really want to find a way to feel better. He never tried risky treatments discussed in the group himself. But he understands why someone might very much senses of desperation. I had, you know, feeling desperate, but then, like trying my hardest to not let that dictate potentially harmful decisions. Is this a very challenging challenging thing? After nearly six months of symptoms long, Middleton says he's returned to better health in the past month for NPR news. I'm Alex Smith in Kansas City. This is NPR news..

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"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:32 min | 3 months ago

"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Today, Millions more Americans will exercise their most fundamental right and choose who they want to lead this country. And I say millions more because nearly 100 million Americans have already cast their ballots, shattering records for early and mail in voting. The high turnout makes this an historic election. So does the fact that this is all happening during the worst pandemic in a century. Throughout this morning. We're talking with local member station reporters who are bringing us the latest from polling stations across this country in the states that are likely to determine the outcome of this election. Pennsylvania is one of those states and that is where we find Avi Wolfman errant from W in Philadelphia, Avi Thanks for being here. I understand. You're you're outside your polling place this morning, Right? What do you see? I am indeed I am in Delaware County, a county just outside Philadelphia, a suburban stronghold that Joe Biden hopes to capture and Ah Aline has just started to form outside the polling place. We're still about an hour away from the polls opening when me it's cold, but there is enthusiasm. Well, but people are lining up even an hour beforehand. Which says just just just exactly just a few. Just a few intrepid souls exactly their tits. Start. It's starting to get going. So in 2016. I mean, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, surprised a whole lot of people by swinging red going for President Trump the election There is close again. What are the regions toe Watch? Well, I'll give you a few here in the southeastern part of the state where I am that is where Joe Biden needs to run up the score Philadelphia and its suburbs in the central and western parts of the state, especially the role parts. That's trump Country. That's where he's looking for a big turn out on Election day. And then there's a couple of bellwethers. One is the North eastern part of the state Scranton area, where Joe Biden is from. And then the far Northwest. Erie County has often been sort of a signal, for which way the state is going to go, so people will be keeping a close. Close eye on Harry. President Trump has targeted Pennsylvania heinous campaign made baseless claims about voter fraud in Philadelphia in particular what our election officials in the state doing to reassure voters about the process. Well, there's been a lot of reassuring talk from the mayor and the filth. Philadelphia's district attorney, Larry Krasner. Krasner, also recently went on CNN and set some sort of had some tough talk for President Trump saying if he tried something Krasner was gonna have something ready for him. Kind of unclear, right? But basically just saying, Look, we've got law enforcement standing by. We're ready to snuff out any intimidation if we see it, and you know, the main thing they've been doing is just showing people how the process works, You know, behind the scenes footage of voting machines and things like that, just to try to reassure them that, eh? Everything's okay. Are there issues voters should be concerned about when it comes to voting there melt their ballots counting Yeah, I think from a voter perspective, there's definitely concern just about confusion because Pennsylvania is not a state with a tradition of sort of no excuse mail in voting. So for a lot of people, this is the first time they're trying to vote early or by mail and for folks who requested ballots but decided instead to come to the polls on Election Day. There could be some sort of technical glitches in terms of what they dio on DH, So I think there could be some confusion among voters who show up today on hopefully that'll get sorted out at the polls. What about the ability to count all of thes ballots? We've talked about the historic turn. Turnout Is Pennsylvania ready for this? They hope So. Pennsylvania cannot by law, start counting those mail in ballots until today, so it's going to take a few days for the results to trickle in, and hopefully the county's can handle. The flow of of mail in ballots. The Wolfman Arent from W Why? Why? In Philadelphia? Thank you so much, So a lot of false information has been spreading on social media platforms during the pandemic, and some of this misinformation has been affecting the millions of Americans who've gotten covert 19 and informed online support groups for help. Alex Smith at member Station You are in Kansas City has the story. After Matthew Long Middleton got sick. In mid March, he joined a covert 19 support group on Slack. The 36 year old avid cyclist from Kansas City, Missouri, says he was desperate for information. I have no idea about like where this road leads. And so I was looking for some place where People were going through a similar thing, including that not knowing including uncertainty, and also that the thing like we have to figure this out for ourselves, But with the support came misinformation is well. Group members reported taking massive amounts of vitamins, for example, or other homemade remedies not backed by science health communications researcher Elizabeth Blackie of Northeastern University. Says that without precautions, online support groups can not only contribute to the spread of misinformation but also undermine trust in science and medicine in general, even if we're not actively seeking information We encountered. These kinds of message is on social media. And because of this repeated exposure, there is more likelihood that it's going to seep into our thinking and perhaps even changed the way that we view. Certain issues, even if there's no real merit or credibility. Some covert 19 patients like Vanessa Cruz spend most of their days fact checking their online support groups. It's really become like a second family to me. And being able to help everybody is just it's a positive thing that comes out of all this negativity we're experiencing right now. Cruz is a 43 year old mother of two who moderates the Facebook group have it slash had it from her home in the Chicago suburbs. She's also been dealing with Kovar 19 symptoms since March. A worldwide group has more than 30,000 members. And it's recently been buzzing with rumors from India about using a common tapeworm medication to treat Cove it as well as speculation about President Trump's diagnosis. Cruz says that supporting fellow patients can be a tricky balance of getting the facts right but also giving people who are scared the chance to be heard. It's like you really don't know. What to question what to ask for how to reach for help. And instead of doing that, they just Be right up their story, basically, and they share it with everybody to keep the group evidence based. It has built up a 17 person, Fact checking team, which includes two nurses and reviews every post that goes up. Twitter and Facebook have taken steps in recent months to fact check or remove false content related to the virus. Although critics charge that Mohr is needed covert 19 patient, Matthew Long, Middleton thinks the problem goes deeper than getting the data right, he says. A lot of bad information is spread because patients really want to find a way to feel better. He never tried risky treatments discussed in the group himself, but he understands why someone might very much senses of desperation. I had no feeling desperate. But then, like trying my hardest to not let that dictate potentially harmful decisions. Is this a very challenging challenging thing? After nearly six months of symptoms long, Middleton says he's returned to better health in.

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"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:17 min | 3 months ago

"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KCRW

"Today, Millions more Americans will exercise their most fundamental right and choose who they want to lead this country. And I say millions more because nearly 100 million Americans have already cast their ballots, shattering records for early and mail in voting. A high turnout makes this an historic election. So does the fact that this is all happening during the worst pandemic in a century. Throughout this morning. We're talking with local member station reporters who are bringing us the latest from polling stations across this country in the states that are likely to determine the outcome of this election. Pennsylvania is one of those states and that is where we find Avi Wolfman errant from W in Philadelphia, Avi Thanks for being here. I understand. You're you're outside your polling place this morning, Right? What do you see? I am indeed I am in Delaware County, a county just outside Philadelphia, a suburban stronghold that Joe Biden hopes to capture and Ah Aline has just started to form outside the polling place. We're still about an hour away from the polls opening. It's windy. It's cold, but there is enthusiasm. Well, but people are lining up even an hour beforehand. Which says just just just exactly just a few. Just a few intrepid souls exactly their tits. Start. It's starting to get going. So in 2016. I mean, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, surprised a whole lot of people by swinging red going for President Trump the election There is close again. What are the regions toe Watch? Well, I'll give you a few here in the southeastern part of the state where I am that is where Joe Biden needs to run up the score Philadelphia and its suburbs in the central and western parts of the state, especially the role parts. That's trump Country. That's where he's looking for a big turn out on Election day. And then there's a couple of bellwethers. One is the North eastern part of the state Scranton area, where Joe Biden is from. And then the far Northwest. Erie County has often been sort of a signal, for which way the state is going to go, so people will be keeping a close. Close eye on Harry. President Trump has targeted Pennsylvania heinous campaign made baseless claims about voter fraud in Philadelphia in particular what our election officials in the state doing to reassure voters about the process. Well, there's been a lot of reassuring talk from the mayor and the filth. Philadelphia's district attorney, Larry Krasner. Krasner, also recently went on CNN and set some sort of had some tough talk for President Trump saying if he tried something Krasner was gonna have something ready for him. Kind of unclear, right? But basically just saying, Look, we've got law enforcement standing by. We're ready to snuff out any intimidation if we see it, and you know, the main thing they've been doing is just showing people how the process works, You know, behind the scenes footage of voting machines and things like that, just to try to reassure them that, eh? Everything's okay. Are there issues voters should be concerned about when it comes to voting there melt their ballots counting Yeah, I think from a voter perspective, there's definitely concerned just about confusion because Pennsylvania is not a state with a tradition of sort of no excuse mail in voting. So for a lot of people, this is the first time they're trying to vote early or by mail and for folks who requested ballots but decided instead to come to the polls on Election Day. There could be some sort of technical glitches in terms of what they dio on DH, So I think there could be some confusion among voters who show up today on hopefully that'll get sorted out at the polls. Ah! What about the ability to count all of thes ballots? We've talked about the historic turn. Turnout Is Pennsylvania ready for this? They hope So. Pennsylvania cannot by law, start counting those mail in ballots until today, so it's going to take a few days for the results to trickle in, and hopefully the county's can handle. The flow of of mail in ballots. Avi Wolfman, errant from W. H Y Y in Philadelphia. Thank you so much, So a lot of false information has been spreading on social media platforms during the pandemic, and some of this misinformation has been affecting the millions of Americans. I've gotten covert 19 and informed online support groups for help. Alex Smith at member station in Kansas City has the story. After Matthew Long Middleton got sick. In mid March, he joined a covert 19 support group on Slack. The 36 year old avid cyclist from Kansas City, Missouri, says he was desperate for information. I have no idea about like where this road leads. And so I was looking for some place where People were going through a similar thing, including that not knowing including uncertainty, and also that thing like we have to figure this out for ourselves, But with the support came misinformation is well. Group members reported taking massive amounts of vitamins, for example, or other homemade remedies, not backed by science. Health communications researcher Elizabeth Glowacki of Northeastern University says that without precautions, online support groups can not only contribute to the spread of misinformation but also undermine trust in science and medicine in general, even if we're not actively seeking information We encountered. These kinds of message is on social media. And because of this repeated exposure, there is more likelihood that it's going to seep into our thinking and perhaps even changed the way that we view. Certain issues, even if there's no real merit or credibility. Some covert 19 patients like Vanessa Cruz spend most of their days fact checking their online support groups. It's really become like a second family to me and Being able to help everybody is just it's a positive thing that comes out of all this negativity we're experiencing right now. Cruz is a 43 year old mother of two who moderates the Facebook group, have it slash had it from her home in the Chicago suburbs. She's also been dealing with covert 19 symptoms since March. The worldwide group has more than 30,000 members, and it's recently been buzzing with rumors from India about using a common tapeworm medication to treat Cove it as well as speculation about President Trump's diagnosis. Cruz says that supporting fellow patients can be a tricky balance of getting the facts right but also giving people who are scared the chance to be heard. It's like you really don't know. What a question what to ask for how to reach for help. And instead of doing that, they just Be right up their story, basically, and they share it with everybody to keep the group evidence based. It has built up a 17 person, Fact checking team, which includes two nurses and reviews every post that goes up. Twitter and Facebook have taken steps in recent months to fact check or remove false content related to the virus. Although critics charge that Mohr is needed covert 19 patient Matthew Lung, Middleton thinks the problem goes deeper than getting the data right. He says. A lot of bad information is spread because patients really want to find a way to feel better. He never tried risky treatments discussed in the group himself, but he understands why someone might very much senses of desperation. I had no feeling desperate..

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"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:29 min | 3 months ago

"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Today, Millions more Americans will exercise their most fundamental right and choose who they want to lead this country. And I say millions more because nearly 100 million Americans have already cast their ballots, shattering records for early and mail in voting. The high turnout makes this an historic election. So does the fact that this is all happening during the worst pandemic in a century. Throughout this morning. We're talking with local member station reporters who are bringing us the latest from polling stations across this country in the states that are likely to determine the outcome of this election. Pennsylvania is one of those states and that is where we find Avi Wolfman errant from W in Philadelphia, Avi Thanks for being here. I understand. You're you're outside your polling place this morning, Right? What do you see? I am indeed I am in Delaware County, a county just outside Philadelphia, a suburban stronghold that Joe Biden hopes to capture and Ah Aline has just started to form outside the polling place. We're still about an hour away from the polls opening. It's windy. It's cold, but there is enthusiasm. Well, but people are lining up even an hour beforehand. Which says just just just exactly just a few. Just a few intrepid souls exactly their tits. Start. It's starting to get going. So in 2016. I mean, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, surprised a whole lot of people by swinging red going for President Trump the election There is close again. What are the regions toe Watch? Well, I'll give you a few here in the southeastern part of the state where I am that is where Joe Biden needs to run up the score Philadelphia and its suburbs in the central and western parts of the state, especially the role parts. That's trump Country. That's where he's looking for a big turn out on Election day. And then there's a couple of bellwethers. One is the North eastern part of the state Scranton area, where Joe Biden is from. And then the far Northwest. Erie County has often been sort of a signal, for which way the state is going to go, so people will be keeping a close. Close eye on Harry. President Trump has targeted Pennsylvania heinous campaign made baseless claims about voter fraud in Philadelphia in particular what our election officials in the state doing to reassure voters about the process. Well, there's been a lot of reassuring talk from the mayor and the Phil Philadelphia's district attorney, Larry Krasner. Krasner, also recently went on CNN and set some sort of had some tough talk for President Trump saying if he tried something Krasner was gonna have something ready for him. Kind of unclear, right? But basically just saying, Look, we've got law enforcement standing by. We're ready to snuff out any intimidation if we see it, and you know, the main thing they've been doing is just showing people how the process works, You know, behind the scenes footage of voting machines and things like that, just to try to reassure them that way. Everything's okay. Are there issues voters should be concerned about when it comes to voting there melt their ballots counting Yeah, I think from a voter perspective, there's definitely concerned just about confusion because Pennsylvania is not a state with a tradition of sort of no excuse mail in voting. So for a lot of people, this is the first time they're trying to vote early or by mail and for folks who requested ballots but decided instead to come to the polls on Election Day. There could be some sort of technical glitches in terms of what they dio on DH, So I think there could be some confusion among voters who show up today on hopefully that'll get sorted out at the polls. What about the ability to count all of thes ballots? We've talked about the historic turn. Turnout Is Pennsylvania ready for this? They hope So. Pennsylvania cannot by law, start counting those mail in ballots until today, so it's going to take a few days for the results to trickle in, and hopefully the county's can handle. The flow of of mail in ballots. Avi Wolfman, errant from W H Y Y in Philadelphia. Thank you so much. Okay, We're going to keep our focus on Pennsylvania and look more at how the election there is being overseeing how all those votes are being counted? Ah, ballots that are received there through the mail up to three days after Election day will be counted. Pennsylvania's attorney general Josh Shapiro, as noted by Avi There, said in a recent interview with CNN. His state would follow that timeline, no matter what. Donald Trump can get out there and say whatever the hell he wants on election night, But the only thing that matters is when we've counted up all the legal eligible vote here in Pennsylvania and is the attorney general of Pennsylvania. I will protect the will of the people. So we're going to bring in the person who was actually in charge of overseeing the election in the state of Pennsylvania. The secretary of state Kathy Book, far is with us. Thank you so much for taking the time on such an important day. We appreciate it. Absolutely. Thanks for having me on Let me just ask straight up here. President Trump has explicitly tried to undermine voters Faith in the election process, especially with male invalids. Mail in ballots. What kind of damage has that done in Pennsylvania? Do you think You know, we have done so there's been so many amazing partners, federal, state and local who have done justice affected the job, making sure every voter knows that no matter how they, though, that we have more options in Pennsylvania industry that we've ever had in the history of the Commonwealth. No matter how you vote, there's really intense process is in place to make sure every vote is eligible, and that every eligible vote is counted accurately and securely. Do you think that that message is getting through to people? Well, I can tell you that over 2.5 Million Pennsylvanians have already taken advantage of voting by mail or voting early and just for historic reference that in 2016. We had 260,000 Pennsylvania to voted absentee, so we're going to end up with 10 times the number of voters voting by mail. Than ever before in history, So, yes, I think it's gotten through loud and clear. So let's talk about what you do with those ballots. I mean in June, Pennsylvania had its first test like a run through in processing mail in ballots for the for the primary, right. It took some counties two weeks to tell you those votes. You're now dealing with many more ballots. Can you give us an estimate of how long you think it's going to take the cannonball? Sure, you know, As I've been saying, I think the overwhelming majority of ballots of Malin and and and to you as well as in person Election day, ballots will be counted within a couple of days. And I want to just make sure everybody understands what I understand that the common the way it was described in the primary was that it took some counties that was provisional ballots. That was the ballots that are late arriving. We don't certify our election in Pennsylvania until 20 days after the election that's actually normal, but most counties finished counting their mail an absentee ballots within a week. Um and all the large counties really did And so so, But I want to be clear that since then the counties have staffed up. They've got an equipment of best practices in place. They have timelines. They are ready to start well and in balance, 45 minutes, most of them And I expect with a couple of days and the counties or county 24 7. They are just completely dedicated to counting every vote accurately as quickly as humanly possible. Lastly, President Trump has has said on more than one occasion, encouraging his supporters to go out and watch the polls today, which then inevitably leads to concerns about possible voter intimidation. What our state and local officials there doing to make sure that voters feel safe. Yeah, well, let me start with. I say, I want to make it very clear that voter intimidation is a vehicle under state and federal law, and we have never been so ready to both. Both prevent and also diffuse anything that arises. So we have an interagency workgroup on election security and preparedness that governor governor will formed in 2018. We, the Department of State are closely working with Pema Tenzin Humor's a management agency. You know the Pennsylvania State Police, National Guard Department, military, veterans affairs, state and local and federal officials across the country and across the state to make sure that every voter is safe and secure, no matter how they vote. Pennsylvania Secretary of State.

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Philadelphia Election Day task force goes into operation

KYW 24 Hour News

01:03 min | 3 months ago

Philadelphia Election Day task force goes into operation

"27 days now before the presidential election, and the Philadelphia District attorney's office has launched its Election day task force. It's designed to respond to voter complaints and is especially concerned about voter intimidation as we hear from our city Hall bureau chief Pat Pat Lope Lope de de a a Larry Larry Krasner Krasner says says Assistant Assistant prosecutors prosecutors enthusiastically enthusiastically volunteered volunteered to to staff staff the the hotline hotline normally normally a a one one day day commitment commitment from from now now until until November November 3rd. 3rd. He He says says he he expanded expanded the the operation operation in in response response to to new new challenges, challenges, early early locations locations where where people people can can vote. vote. Mail Mail in in ballots ballots and, and, of of course, course, extremists extremists who who are are making making some some extreme extreme comments. Concerns about voters being scared off by fears for their ballots and their own security has been heightened since last week's presidential debate when Donald Trump called on supporters to show up at polling places and specifically mentioned Philadelphia Krasner emphasize that voter intimidation is the third class felony in Pennsylvania, punishable by seven years in prison. I don't think they're even gonna try, and I think that that is a wonderful thing. The hotline is to 156 8696 for one

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"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:54 min | 9 months ago

"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"To slow down that spread the department is now rolling out a plan to offer universal testing at every such home across the state K. Y. W. suburban bureau chief Jim Miller has a story that's of any health secretary Rachel Levine says testing has been an important component in the battle against the coronavirus but she says they haven't had the capability for universal testing in nursing homes and could only test symptomatic residents or staff we know that covert nineteen didn't suddenly appear in a nursing home and had to be brought in by the staff by the people who care from our residents in nursing homes possibly someone who has a symptomatic at the time Levin says by isolating those a symptomatic residents or staff members before they spread the virus they can significantly limit the spread Montgomery County commissioner Val Arkush welcomes the planned she says they're seeing an expected spike in long term care facility cases as they test more she says she believes those cases need to be factored into the total cases in the county but she says they're tracking them separately working with the department of health to differentiate the two at the suburban bureau Jamelle work K. Y. W. newsradio Camden County once the state in New Jersey to send monitors to for nursing homes are covered nineteen has been spreading county freeholder Lou Capelli says the four facilities have what he called a high percentage Juve cases and deaths no reflection on the employees in these facilities the employees are doing an outstanding job putting their lives at risk every day but the management of these facilities has been in question no you're gonna find the facilities as a vest to healthcare in cherry hill premier Cadbury in cherry hill genesis eldercare in Voorhees and the United Methodist home in Collingswood capita Carelli says he's yet to hear from the state on the county's request but hopes National Guard members assisting another long term care facilities throughout the state would be brought into camp in Calais and governor Murphy's laid out his plan to crank up testing and contract tracing across New Jersey in the next few weeks details on that from K. Y. W. South Jersey bureau chief David bad plans are to hire one to five thousand people to trace newly discovered viral cases which by the way are trending down along with hospitalizations and new reports of fatalities but Murphy says those trends be light others using the same data new cases per one hundred thousand we lead the nation patients in hospitals per one hundred thousand we lead the nation new deaths per one hundred thousand we lead the nation to the governor means in no hurry to get back to business as usual but he does plan to increase the number of tests per day to twenty thousand by the end of the month with higher goals after that long term care facilities have until the twenty sixth of may begin testing for all patients and staff up and running Murphy estimates all this will cost hundreds of millions of dollars maybe twice a year but without proper testing he insists the state cannot responsibly reopen in South Jersey David Madden KYW newsradio Philadelphia police have charged a high ranking member of the district attorney's office with child endangerment K. Y. W. city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports according to the police reporting a Basil left her four year old daughter asleep in her car while she took a walk with her six year old on the Wissahickon creek trail Beslan's attorney Jamie fine says the allegation does not reflect the kind caring and loving mother she is we are confident he says in a statement that when all the facts are revealed her true nature will be vindicated he says she spent her life and career caring for and protecting people the case has been referred to the attorney general's office because of Babylon's role as policy adviser for DA Larry Krasner Krasner's office had no comment Basil on is the second member of Krasner's inner circle to be charged criminally in January mo vida Johnson Harrell pleaded guilty to stealing from the nonprofit while she was head of the DA's victim services unit Pat Loeb KYW newsradio ten thirty nine now we've got construction on the expressway Stevie resa bring us up to date on that next I don't know for a walk or run stay connected with K..

"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:36 min | 9 months ago

"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Pennsylvania governor Tom wolf said his goal wasn't to create a division but to get his point across it was addressing his tone Monday when he lashed out at businesses and lawmakers who are threatening to reopen without the state's blessing governor says governments across the country are trying to fight an unprecedented virus and there's no playbook he says he feels his plan is the best way to deal with it the way of making sure that we keep people safe and and that was the message I was trying to send yesterday but we are in a war to fight a common enemy the virus that's who we need to concentrate on what we're trying to defeat that buyers and keep people sick meanwhile he says no one has reached out to him about president trump's Thursday planned visit to a P. P. E. factory near Allentown it says anyone is welcome to visit as long as they take precautions riders will be paying more to take sept until at least January because of the effects of the coronavirus is K. Y. W. as Mike denardo center plans to implement in July the provisions of its fair proposal that would save riders money fare increases would be put off until at least January if this up the board approves the plan next month writers using the set the key cards travel wallet would get one free transference that of the current one dollar transfer cash writers though would continue to pay the dollar transfer children between the ages of five and eleven would cost one dollar each instead of the current two dollar fifty cent fall fair sept the spokesman Andrew bush we know that financially things are challenge for many people out there right now so we wouldn't want the fair proposal to have the effect of creating additional financial hardship the proposed single ride fare increase from two dollars to two fifty four septic key card users would be delayed until next January under the plan that will be presented to the SEPTA board next month Mike denardo KYW newsradio Philadelphia police have charged a high ranking member of the district attorney's office with child endangerment Hey bodily city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb has that story according to the police reporting a Basil left her four year old daughter asleep in her car while she took a walk with her six year old on the Wissahickon creek trail Beslan's attorney Jamie fine says the allegation does not reflect the kind caring and loving mother she is we are confident he says in a statement that when all the facts are revealed her true nature will be vindicated he says she spent her life and career caring for and protecting people the case has been referred to the attorney general's office because of Babylon's role as policy adviser for DA Larry Krasner Krasner's office had no comment Basil on is the second member of Krasner's inner circle to be charged criminally in January mo vida Johnson Harrell pleaded guilty to stealing from the nonprofit while she was head of the DA's victim services as unit Pat Loeb KYW newsradio a new black market has emerged since the arrival of the corona virus and that has been keeping U. S. customs officials busy K. Y. W. as Paul Kurtz reports customs and border protection spokesman Steven Sapp says since March twenty third officers have made eighteen seizures at airports in Philadelphia Harrisburg Pittsburgh Baltimore and Washington DC and it included a lot of things such as counterfeit N. ninety five respirator masks pharmaceuticals that could potentially help people recover from corona viruses and other things like touching kitten liners and stuff Sam says they know but can't say where the products were being shipped because the investigation is ongoing as to where the contraband was coming from well all over the world China Hong Kong South Korea Turkey Saudi Arabia Nigeria and Senegal Germany all the units United Kingdom they were going to places mostly here to mid Atlantic region except for Florida he says it's the typical story of people and organizations trying to make a Buck off a crisis but in this case people on the receiving end could be endangering their health by using those counterfeit or unapproved products I'm Paul Kurtz K. Y. W. news radio the Supreme Court appears headed for a split decision on president trump's financial records accepted by phone arguments involve the president's attorney Patrick Strawbridge maintaining Congress seeking personal financial records from Mr trump and even family members to determine if tax legislation is needed goes too far for us to see if the trump family benefited in any way from Russians eventually seeking to have influence over him the first time that Congress has attempted to subpoena this scale and the scope of documents from the president and none of the other historical cases involved a direct subpoena for the president's documents in the way that this one does Manhattan's district attorney is after some of the same records in a criminal probe Supreme Court precedents have usually cited against a president including cases involving Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton but Costantini Washington the department of transportation is again asking airlines to be as flexible as possible regarding refunds during the corona virus pandemic frustration is growing among passengers department of transportation says it received more than twenty five thousand complaints in just two months as travelers look to get refunds are booked future flights because of cancellations brought on by the pandemic the DOT requires airlines to refund travelers if their flights canceled or significantly changed but aviation expert Danny Kelly says the words significant causes confusion so they say well I can't make a decision on that I want to send up to my boss Kelly says complaints will likely continue as passengers begin to fly again and try to rebook their flights Clayton Nevil Dallas let's say you just bought a house.

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"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:58 min | 9 months ago

"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"I'm Jeff bash with clients at the editor's desk Pennsylvania governor Tom wolf said his goal wasn't to create a division but to get his point across it was addressing his tone Monday when he lashed out at businesses and lawmakers who were threatening to reopen without the state's blessing the governor says governments across the country are trying to fight an unprecedented virus and there's no playbook he says he feels his plan is the best way to deal with it the way of making sure that we keep people safe and and that was the message I was trying to send yesterday that we are in a war to fight a common enemy the virus that's who we need to concentrate on what we're trying to defeat that virus and keep people sick meanwhile he says no one has reached out to him about president trump's Thursday planned visit to a P. P. E. factory near Allentown it says anyone is welcome to visit as long as they take precautions riders will be paying more to take sept until at least January because of the effects of the coronavirus is K. Y. W. as Mike denardo set the plans to implement in July the provisions of its fair proposal that would save riders money fare increases would be put off until at least January if this up the board approves the plan next month writers using this set the key cards travel wallet would get one free transference that of the current one dollar transfer cash writers though would continue to pay the dollar transfer children between the ages of five and eleven would cost one dollar each instead of the current two dollar fifty cent fall fair sept the spokesman Andrew bush we know that financially things or challenge for many people out there right now so we wouldn't want the fair proposal to have the effect of creating additional financial hardship the proposed single ride fare increase from two dollars to two fifty for SEPTA key card users would be delayed until next January under the plan that will be presented to the SEPTA board next month Mike denardo KYW newsradio Philadelphia police have charged a high ranking member of the district attorney's office with child endangerment a bottle you city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb has that story according to the police reporting a Basil left her four year old daughter asleep in her car while she took a walk with her six year old on the Wissahickon creek trail Beslan's attorney Jamie fine says the allegation does not reflect the kind caring and loving mother she is we are confident he says in a statement that when all the facts are revealed her true nature will be vindicated he says she spent her life and career caring for and protecting people the case has been referred to the attorney general's office because of Babylon's role as policy adviser for DA Larry Krasner Krasner's office had no comment Basil on is the second member of Krasner's inner circle to be charged criminally in January mo vida Johnson Harrell pleaded guilty to stealing from the nonprofit while she was head of the DA's victim services unit Pat Loeb KYW newsradio a new black market has emerged since the arrival of the corona virus and that has been keeping U. S. customs officials busy Cabo W's Paul Kurtz reports systems and border protection spokesman Steven Sapp says since March twenty third officers have made eighteen seizures at airports in Philadelphia Harrisburg Pittsburgh Baltimore and Washington DC and it included a lot of things such as counterfeit N. ninety five respirator masks pharmaceuticals that could potentially help people recover from corona viruses and other things like testing kits and lanyards and stuff Sam says they know but can't say where the products were being shipped because the investigation is ongoing as to where the contraband was coming from well all over the world China Hong Kong South Korea Turkey Saudi Arabia Nigeria and Senegal Germany all the units United Kingdom and they were going to places mostly here to mid Atlantic region except for Florida he says it's the typical story of people and organizations trying to make a Buck off a crisis but in this case people on the receiving end could be endangering their health by using those counterfeit or unapproved products I'm Paul Kurtz K. Y. W. news radio the Supreme Court appears headed for a split decision on president trump's financial records up to by phone arguments involve the president's attorney Patrick Strawbridge maintaining Congress seeking personal financial records from Mr trump and even family members to determine if tax legislation is needed goes too far for us to see if the trump family benefited in any way from Russians eventually seeking to have influence over him the first time that Congress has attempted to subpoena this scale and the scope of documents from the president and none of the other historical cases involved a direct subpoena for the president's documents in the way that this one does Manhattan's district attorney is after some of the same records in a criminal probe Supreme Court precedents have usually cited against a president including cases involving Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton but Costantini Washington the department of transportation is again asking airlines to be as flexible as passable regarding refunds during the corona virus pandemic frustration is growing among passengers the department of transportation says it received more than twenty five thousand complaints in just two months as travelers look to get refunds are booked future flights because of cancellations brought on by the pandemic the DOT requires airlines to refund travelers if their flights canceled or significantly changed but aviation expert Danny Kelly says the word significant causes confusion so they say well I can't make a decision on that I want to send up to my boss Kelly says complaints will likely continue as passengers begin to fly again and try to rebook their flights Clinton doubled down with that tasty cake we're all about making happy happened even at the DMV can I help you yes we're here to make someone happy each joint you got the right place may I offer you one of tasty cakes iconic butterscotch crumpets I suppose pretty.

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"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:34 min | 9 months ago

"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Pennsylvania governor Tom wolf said his goal wasn't to create a division but to get his point across it was addressing his tone Monday when he lashed out at businesses and lawmakers who are threatening to reopen without the state's blessing the governor says governments across the country are trying to fight an unprecedented virus and there's no playbook he says he feels his plan is the best way to deal with it the way of making sure that we keep people safe and and that was the message I was trying to send yesterday that we are in a war fighting a common enemy the virus that's who we need to concentrate on what we're trying to defeat that virus and keep people sick meanwhile he says no one has reached out to him about president trump's Thursday planned visit to a P. P. E. factory near Allentown it says anyone is welcome to visit as long as they take precautions riders will be paying more to take sept until at least January because of the effects of the corona virus is K. Y. W. as Mike denardo center plans to implement in July the provisions of its fair proposal that would save riders money fare increases would be put off until at least January if this up the board approves the plan next month writers using the set the key cards travel wallet would get one free transference that of the current one dollar transfer cash writers though would continue to pay the dollar transfer children between the ages of five and eleven would cost one dollar each instead of the current two dollar fifty cent fall fair sept the spokesman Andrew bush we know that financially things or challenge for many people out there right now so we wouldn't want the fair proposal to have the effect of creating additional financial hardship the proposed single ride fare increase from two dollars to two fifty for SEPTA key card users would be delayed until next January under the plan that will be presented to the SEPTA board next month Mike denardo KYW newsradio Philadelphia police have charged a high ranking member of the district attorney's office with child endangerment Hey bottle you city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb has that story according to the police reporting a Basil left her four year old daughter asleep in her car while she took a walk with her six year old on the Wissahickon creek trail Beslan's attorney Jamie fine says the allegation does not reflect the kind caring and loving mother she is we are confident he says in a statement that when all the facts are revealed her true nature will be vindicated he says she spent her life and career caring for and protecting people the case has been referred to the attorney general's office because of Babylon's role as policy adviser for DA Larry Krasner Krasner's office had no comment Basil on is the second member of Krasner's inner circle to be charged criminally in January mo vida Johnson Harrell pleaded guilty to stealing from the nonprofit while she was head of the DA's victim services unit Pat Loeb KYW newsradio a new black market has emerged since the arrival of the corona virus and that has been keeping US customs officials busy K. Y. W. as Paul Kurtz reports customs and border protection spokesman Steven Sapp says since March twenty third officers have made eighteen seizures at airports in Philadelphia Harrisburg Pittsburgh Baltimore and Washington DC and it included a lot of things such as counterfeit N. ninety five respirator masks pharmaceuticals that could potentially help people recover from corona viruses and other things like testing kits and lanyards and stuff Sam says they know but can't say where the products were being shipped because the investigation is ongoing as to where the contraband was coming from well all over the world China Hong Kong South Korea Turkey Saudi Arabia Nigeria and Senegal Germany all the units United Kingdom and they were going to places mostly here to mid Atlantic region except for Florida he says it's the typical story of people and organizations trying to make a Buck off a crisis but in this case people on the receiving end could be endangering their health by using those counterfeit or unapproved products I'm Paul Kurtz K. Y. W. news radio the Supreme Court appears headed for a split decision on president trump's financial records accepted by phone arguments involve the president's attorney Patrick Strawbridge maintaining Congress seeking personal financial records from Mr trump and even family members to determine if tax legislation is needed goes too far for us to see if the trump family benefited in any way from Russians eventually seeking to have influence over him the first time that Congress has attempted to subpoenas this scale and the scope of documents from the president and none of the other historical cases involved a direct subpoena for the president documents in the way that this one does Manhattan's district attorney is after some of the same records in a criminal probe Supreme Court precedents have usually cited against a president including cases involving Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton but Costantini Washington the department of transportation is again asking airlines to be as flexible as possible regarding refunds during the corona virus pandemic frustration is growing among passengers department of transportation says it received more than twenty five thousand complaints in just two months as travelers look to get refunds are booked future flights because of cancellations brought on by the pandemic the DOT requires airlines to refund travelers if their flights canceled or significantly changed but aviation expert Danny Kelly says the word significant causes confusion so they say well I can't make a decision on that I want to send up to my boss Kelly says complaints will likely continue as passengers begin to fly again and try to rebook their flights Clayton Nevil Dallas while millions.

Pennsylvania Tom wolf
"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:34 min | 9 months ago

"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Pennsylvania governor Tom wolf said his goal wasn't to create a division but to get his point across it was addressing his tone Monday when he lashed out at businesses and lawmakers who are threatening to reopen without the state's blessing the governor says governments across the country are trying to fight an unprecedented virus and there's no playbook he says he feels his plan is the best way to deal with it the way of making sure that we keep people safe and and that was the message I was trying to send yesterday that we are in a war to fight a common enemy virus that's who we need to concentrate on it we're trying to defeat that virus can keep people sick meanwhile he says no one has reached out to him about president trump's Thursday planned visit to a P. P. E. factory near Allentown it says anyone is welcome to visit as long as they take precautions riders will be paying more to take sept until at least January because of the effects of the coronavirus is K. Y. W. as Mike denardo set the plans to implement in July the provisions of its fair proposal that would save riders money fare increases would be put off until at least January if this up the board approves the plan next month writers using the septic key cards travel wallet would get one free transference that of the current one dollar transfer cash writers though would continue to pay the dollar transfer children between the ages of five and eleven would cost one dollar each instead of the current two dollar fifty cent fall fair sept the spokesman Andrew bush we know that financially things or challenge for many people out there right now so we wouldn't want the fair proposal to have the effect of creating additional financial hardship the proposed single ride fare increase from two dollars to two fifty for SEPTA key card users would be delayed until next January under the plan that will be presented to the SEPTA board next month Mike denardo KYW newsradio Philadelphia police have charged a high ranking member of the district attorney's office with child endangerment a bottle you city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb has that story according to the police reporting a Basil left her four year old daughter asleep in her car while she took a walk with her six year old on the Wissahickon creek trail Beslan's attorney Jamie fine says the allegation does not reflect the kind caring and loving mother she is we are confident he says in a statement that when all the facts are revealed her true nature will be vindicated he says she spent her life and career caring for and protecting people the case has been referred to the attorney general's office because of Babylon's role as policy adviser for DA Larry Krasner Krasner's office had no comment Basil on is the second member of Krasner's inner circle to be charged criminally in January mo vida Johnson Harrell pleaded guilty to stealing from the nonprofit while she was head of the DA's victim services unit Pat Loeb KYW newsradio a new black market has emerged since the arrival of the corona virus and that has been keeping U. S. customs officials busy Cabo W's Paul Kurtz reports customs and border protection spokesman Steven Sapp says since March twenty third officers have made eighteen seizures at airports in Philadelphia Harrisburg Pittsburgh Baltimore and Washington DC and it included a lot of things such as counterfeit N. ninety five respirator masks pharmaceuticals that could potentially help people recover from corona viruses and other things like testing kits and lanyards and stuff Sam says they know but can't say where the products were being shipped because the investigation is ongoing as to where the contraband was coming from well all over the world China Hong Kong South Korea Turkey Saudi Arabia Nigeria and Senegal Germany all the units United Kingdom and they were going to places mostly here to mid Atlantic region except for Florida he says it's the typical story of people and organizations trying to make a Buck off a crisis but in this case people on the receiving end could be endangering their health by using those counterfeit or unapproved products I'm Paul Kurtz K. Y. W. news radio the Supreme Court appears headed for a split decision on president trump's financial records accepted by phone arguments involve the president's attorney Patrick Strawbridge maintaining Congress seeking personal financial records from Mr trump and even family members to determine if tax legislation is needed goes too far for us to see if the trump family benefited in any way from Russians eventually seeking to have influence over him the first time that Congress has attempted to subpoena this scale and the scope of documents from the president and none of the other historical cases involved a direct subpoena for the president's documents in the way that this one does Manhattan's district attorney is after some of the same records in a criminal probe Supreme Court precedents have usually cited against a president including cases involving Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton but Costantini Washington the department of transportation is again asking airlines to be as flexible as passable regarding refunds during the corona virus pandemic frustration is growing among passengers the department of transportation says it received more than twenty five thousand complaints in just two months as travelers look to get refunds are booked future flights because of cancellations brought on by the pandemic the DOT requires airlines to refund travelers if their flights canceled or significantly changed but aviation expert Danny Kelly says the word significant causes confusion so they say well I can't make a decision on that I want to send up to my boss Kelly says complaints will likely continue as passengers begin to fly again and try to rebook their flights Clayton Nevil Dallas.

Pennsylvania Tom wolf
"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:00 min | 9 months ago

"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Pennsylvania governor Tom wolf says his goal wasn't to create a division but to get his point across he was addressing his tone Monday when he lashed out at businesses and lawmakers who are threatening to reopen without the state's blessing the governor says governments across the country are trying to fight an unprecedented virus there's still no playbook as to what's going on he says he feels his pain is that he feels that his plan rather is the best way to deal with it it's a way of making sure that we keep people safe and and that was the message I was trying to send yesterday that we are in a war fighting a common enemy the virus that's who we need to concentrate on it we're trying to defeat that buyers keep people sick meanwhile he says no one has reached out to him about president trump's Thursday planned visit to a PP factory near Allentown but he says anyone is welcome the visit as long as they take precautions riders will be paying more to take SEPTA until at least January because of the effects of the corona virus K. Y. W. spike DiNardo has those details of the plans to implement in July the provisions of its fair proposal that would save riders money fare increases would be put off until at least January if this up the board approves the plan next month writers using this set the key cards travel wallet would get one free transference that of the current one dollar transfer cash writers though would continue to pay the dollar transfer children between the ages of five and eleven would cost one dollar each instead of the current two dollar fifty cent full fare set the spokesman Andrew bush we know that financially things or challenge for many people out there right now so we wouldn't want the fair proposal to have the effect of creating additional financial hardship the proposed single ride fare increase from two dollars to two fifty for SEPTA key card users would be delayed until next January under the plan that will be presented to the SEPTA board next month Mike denardo KYW newsradio Philadelphia police have charged a high ranking member of the district attorney's office with child endangerment payback W. city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports according to the police reporting a Basil left her four year old daughter asleep in her car while she took a walk with her six year old on the Wissahickon creek trail Beslan's attorney Jamie fine says the allegation does not reflect the kind caring and loving mother she is we are confident he says in a statement that when all the facts are revealed her true nature will be vindicated he says she spent her life and career caring for and protecting people the case has been referred to the attorney general's office because of Babylon's role as policy adviser for DA Larry Krasner Krasner's office had no comment Basil on is the second member of Krasner's inner circle to be charged criminally in January mo vida Johnson Harrell pleaded guilty to stealing from the nonprofit while she was head of the DA's victim service his unit Pat Loeb KYW newsradio the Supreme Court appears headed for a split decision on president trump's financial records to buy phone arguments involve the president's attorney Patrick Strawbridge maintaining Congress seeking personal financial records from Mr trump and even family members to determine if tax legislation is needed goes too far for us to see if the trump family benefited in any way from Russians eventually seeking to have influence over him the first time that Congress has attempted to subpoenas this scale and the scope of documents from the president and none of the other historical cases involved a direct subpoena for the president documents in the way that this one does Manhattan's district attorney is after some of the same records in a criminal probe Supreme Court precedents have usually cited against a president including cases involving Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton Bob Costantini Washington the U. S. Taliban peace deal continues to unravel with an ominous new development in Afghanistan the story from CBS news correspondent Tammy McCormick president Ghani has announced that Afghan security forces will now.

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"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:49 min | 9 months ago

"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The next fifteen minutes good evening I'm Jeff bash Clinton clients at the editor's desk Transylvania wolf says his goal wasn't to create a division but to get his point across he was addressing his tone Monday when he lashed out at businesses and lawmakers were threatening to reopen without the state's blessing governor says governments across the country are trying to fight an unprecedented virus and there's no playbook he says he feels his plan is the best way to deal with it the way of making sure that we keep people safe and and that was the message I was trying to send yesterday that we are in a war fighting a common enemy the virus that's who we need to concentrate on that we're trying to defeat that virus and keep people safe meanwhile he says no one has reached out to him about president trump's Thursday planned visit to a P. P. E. factory near Allentown but he does say that anyone is welcome to visit as long as they take precautions riders will be paying more to take SEPTA until at least January because of the corona virus cable I W's Mike denardo has those details set the plans to implement in July the provisions of its fair proposal that would save riders money fare increases would be put off until at least January if the SEPTA board approves the plan next month writers using the set the key cards travel wallet would get one free transference that of the current one dollar transfer cash writers though would continue to pay the dollar transfer children between the ages of five and eleven would cost one dollar each instead of the current two dollar fifty cent fall fair sept this book's man Andrew bush we know that financially things or challenge for many people out there right now so we wouldn't want the fair proposal to have the effect of creating additional financial hardship the proposed single ride fare increase from two dollars to two fifty for SEPTA key card users would be delayed until next January under the plan that will be presented to the SEPTA board next month Mike denardo KYW newsradio Philadelphia police have charged a high ranking member of the district attorney's office with child endangerment a bottle you city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports according to the police reporting a Basil left her four year old daughter asleep in her car while she took a walk with her six year old on the Wissahickon creek trail Beslan's attorney Jamie fine says the allegation does not reflect the kind caring and loving mother she is we are confident he says in a statement that when all the facts are revealed her true nature will be vindicated he says she spent her life and career caring for and protecting people the case has been referred to the attorney general's office because of Basil ons role as policy adviser for DA Larry Krasner Krasner's office had no comment Basil on is the second member of Krasner's inner circle to be charged criminally in January mo vida Johnson Harrell pleaded guilty to stealing from the nonprofit while she was head of the DA's victim services unit Pat Loeb KYW newsradio the Supreme Court appears headed for a split decision on president trump's financial records to buy phone arguments involve the president's attorney Patrick Strawbridge maintaining Congress seeking personal financial records from Mr trump and even family members to determine if tax legislation is needed goes too far for us to see if the trump family benefited in any way from Russians eventually seeking to have influence over him the first time that Congress has attempted to subpoena this scale and the scope of documents from the president and none of the other historical cases involved a direct subpoena for the president documents in the way that this one does Manhattan's district attorney is after some of the same records in a criminal probe Supreme Court precedents have usually cited against a president including cases involving Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton Bob Costantini Washington the U. S. Taliban peace deal continues to one raffle with an ominous new development in Afghanistan the story from CBS news correspondent Tammy McCormick president Ghani has announced that Afghan security forces will now resume offensive operations against the Taliban that after a spate of deadly militant attacks the latest in Kabul at a maternity hospital but the attacks especially against Afghan forces have continued almost daily despite the U. S. Taliban deal trump administration officials have admitted the level of Taliban violence has been on acceptable ride sharing company uber has laid off more than thirty five hundred employees who work in customer service the company's ride business is down more than half with uber posting a net loss of almost three billion dollars drivers themselves were not impacted by the news since they are essentially independent contractors who decide when and if they want to work the department of transportation is again asking airlines to be as flexible as possible regarding refunds during the corona virus pandemic but frustration is growing among passengers the department of transportation says it received more than twenty five thousand complaints in just two months as travelers look to get refunds are booked future flights because of cancellations brought on by the pandemic the DOT requires airlines to refund travelers if their flights canceled or significantly changed but aviation expert Danny Kelly says the word significant causes confusion so they say well I can't make a decision on that I want to send up to my boss Kelly says complaints will likely continue as passengers begin to fly again and try to rebook their flights Clayton Nevil Dallas news radios thank you for helping our community through the crisis March zero.

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"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:07 min | 9 months ago

"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Celebrate July fourth in Philadelphia but not in person instead expect virtual events including the big concert that's all ahead of the next fifteen minutes good evening I'm Steve within client is at the end Delaware will be intensifying corona virus testing moving forward but K. Y. W. is Andrew Kramer reports that's only part of their plan to keep people safe Delaware expects to start testing up to eighty thousand people a month that would cover the state's entire population over the course of a year and for people who test positive Delaware public health director Dr Carol over teh says contact tracing has to be the next step get those people isolated safely as quickly as possible identify any of their contacts and get those contacts quarantine she says they'll be working with Maryland on this one we had a lot of people crossing lines employed in one state living in another state and to be able to to track people across state lines is really important the Delaware National Guard is involved right now we are training of members of the guard on contact tracing well we're we're building our own smaller scale but data system state officials are also looking to hire around two hundred Delawareans they can use his contact racers and support staff and your Kramer cable W. news radio that's when the governor Tom wolf says his goal was not to sow division but to get his point across the governor referencing his strident tone yesterday when he admonished businesses and lawmakers who are threatening to re open the Commonwealth to reopen without the Commonwealth's okay governor will says his intent is not to infringe on anyone's liberty what I was trying to do is make it clear as I possibly can and I'll continue to do this we're all fighting a common enemy and the enemy is not the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania it's not me it's not Donald Trump it's not the General Assembly it's this this virus he also says no one reached out to him from the White House about president trump's planned Thursday visit to a factory near Allentown but this is anyone's welcome to visit the upper Macungie township medical equipment distributor as long as they take precautions I would urge anybody coming to Pennsylvania to respect our efforts to to stay in shape to keep people safe and businesses wherever he he visits hope he does everything in its power to to keep employees safe the White House says the president is expected to talk about coronavirus testing and the equipment needed to combat the public health crisis locally Philadelphia police have charged a high ranking member of the district attorney's office with child endangerment is K. Y. W. city hall bureau chief Pablo according to the police reporting a Basil left her four year old daughter asleep in her car while she took a walk with her six year old on the Wissahickon creek trail Beslan's attorney Jamie fine says the allegation does not reflect the kind caring and loving mother she is we are confident he says in a statement that when all the facts are revealed her true nature will be vindicated he says she spent her life and career caring for and protecting people the case has been referred to the attorney general's office because of Basil ons role as policy adviser for DA Larry Krasner Krasner's office had no comment Basil on is the second member of Krasner's inner circle to be charged criminally in January mo vida Johnson Harrell pleaded guilty to stealing from the nonprofit while she was head of the DA's victim services unit Pat Loeb KYW newsradio house speaker Nancy Pelosi unveiled a more than three trillion dollar new coronavirus aid package it doesn't take a pause the rent doesn't take the policy bills don't take a pause the hardship of losing a job or tragically losing a loved one doesn't take a pause this is an historic challenge but Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is cautioning his colleagues not to go so fast if and when we do legislate again and we may well that addresses the problems the needs and not the aspirations of the democratic majority in the house McConnell says there's no urgency to act immediately jammed traffic on the Roosevelt Boulevard due to roadworks more from the traffic center coming up it's seven forty nine.

Philadelphia Steve
"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:06 min | 9 months ago

"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Way of making sure that we keep people safe and that was the message I was trying to send yesterday that we are in a war fighting a common enemy the virus that's who we need to concentrate on it we're trying to defeat that buyers and keep people sick the governor says no one reached out to him about president trump's plan Thursday visit to A. P. P. E. factory near Allentown but he says anyone is welcome to visit the upper Macungie township medical equipment distributors long as they take precautions I would urge anybody coming to Pennsylvania to respect our efforts to to stay safe to keep people safe and businesses wherever he he visits I hope he does everything in his power to keep employees safe what else does the president expected to talk about coronavirus testing and the equipment needed to combat the public health crisis Philadelphia police have charged a high ranking member of the district attorney's office with child endangerment his K. Y. W. city hall bureau chief Pablo according to the police reporting a Basil left her four year old daughter asleep in her car while she took a walk with her six year old on the Wissahickon creek trail Beslan's attorney Jamie fine says the allegation does not reflect the kind caring and loving mother she is we are confident he says in a statement that when all the facts are revealed her true nature will be vindicated he says she spent her life and career caring for and protecting people the case has been referred to the attorney general's office because of Basil ons role as policy adviser for DA Larry Krasner Krasner's office had no comment Basil on is the second member of Krasner's inner circle to be charged criminally in January movie to Johnson Harrell pleaded guilty to stealing from the nonprofit while she was head of the DA's victim services unit Pat Loeb KYW newsradio coming up we'll get the update from the traffic center including a car fire on forty two Southland that one near to ninety five it's six fifty W. news radio thank you for helping our community through the crisis yes I'd like to thank the.

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"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:10 min | 9 months ago

"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Welcome America will be online this year with events in the concert live streams and on TV not in person because of coronavirus all ahead in the next fifteen minutes I mean bush with regular landing in Charlotte Reese at the end of his desk Philadelphia police charged a high ranking member of the district attorney's office with child endangerment their city hall bureau chief K. Y. W. Pat Loeb with the story according to the police reporting a Basil left her four year old daughter asleep in her car while she took a walk with her six year old on the Wissahickon creek trail Beslan's attorney Jamie fine says the allegation does not reflect the kind caring and loving mother she is we are confident he says in a statement that when all the facts are revealed her true nature will be vindicated he says she spent her life and career caring for and protecting people the case has been referred to the attorney general's office because of Babylon's role as policy adviser for DA Larry Krasner Krasner's office had no comment Basil on is the second member of Krasner's inner circle to be charged criminally in January mo vida Johnson Harrell pleaded guilty to stealing from the nonprofit while she was head of the DA's victim services unit Pat Loeb KYW newsradio governor wolf says his goal was not to sow division but to get his point across when he was yesterday lashing out of businesses and lawmakers who were threatening to reopen without the state's blessing governor wolf says his intent is not to infringe on liberty what I was trying to do is make it clear as I possibly can and I'll continue to do this we're all fighting a common enemy and the enemy is not the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania it's not me it's not Donald Trump it's not the General Assembly it's it's this virus Paul says states are trying to fight an unprecedented virus there's no playbook to do that he says he feels his plan is the best way to deal with it in Pennsylvania if the way of making sure that we keep people safe and and that was the message I was trying to send yesterday that we are in a war to fight a common enemy the virus that's who we need to concentrate on that we're trying to defeat that buyers and keep people sick Paul says nobody reached out to him from the White House about the president's planned visit to a PP factory near Allentown scheduled for Thursday but will says anybody's welcome to visit Pennsylvania as long as they take the proper precautions Camden County once the state of New Jersey to send monitors to for nursing homes where corona viruses become a particular concern county freeholder Lou Capelli says state officials asked for more inspections a few weeks ago those were conducted with the help of a private company he says the four facilities have had what he calls a high percentage of coronavirus cases and deaths no reflection on the employees in these facilities the employees are doing an outstanding job putting their lives at risk every day but the management of these facilities has been in question he identified the facilities as Vista healthcare in cherry hill premier Cadbury in cherry hill along with genesis eldercare in Voorhees in the United Methodist home in Collingswood Capelli says he has yet to hear from the state on the county's request but hopes National Guard members assisting in other long term care facilities could be brought into the county it's three forty nine inmates at a Los Angeles county jail tried to infect themselves with corona virus a thorny say by sharing water and a mask CBS is Laura Podesta watch the video officials say Bruce what was going on a man carrying a water bottle passes to another man who takes a sip the bottle is set down momentarily then picked up by the initial carrier and passed to a different inmate who also takes a swig it's sad to think that someone deliver they try to expose himself to cove in nineteen another part of the video shows inmate sharing a styrofoam Cup and passing a mask around sniffing it sheriff Alex Villanueva says within two weeks of these videos being recorded thirty inmates tested positive LA county sheriff's department recently released more than five thousand inmates to meet social distancing requirements as some other states and localities have done in their own prisons.

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High-ranking Philadelphia district attorney staffer charged with child endangerment

KYW 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 9 months ago

High-ranking Philadelphia district attorney staffer charged with child endangerment

"Philadelphia police charged a high ranking member of the district attorney's office with child endangerment their city hall bureau chief K. Y. W. Pat Loeb with the story according to the police reporting a Basil left her four year old daughter asleep in her car while she took a walk with her six year old on the Wissahickon creek trail Beslan's attorney Jamie fine says the allegation does not reflect the kind caring and loving mother she is we are confident he says in a statement that when all the facts are revealed her true nature will be vindicated he says she spent her life and career caring for and protecting people the case has been referred to the attorney general's office because of Babylon's role as policy adviser for DA Larry Krasner Krasner's office had no comment Basil on is the second member of Krasner's inner circle to be charged criminally in January mo vida Johnson Harrell pleaded guilty to stealing from the nonprofit while she was head of the DA's victim

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"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:38 min | 9 months ago

"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Still learning more about covert nineteen inning warns lawmakers have a leader about re opening too soon Montgomery County selection for will adopt the pandemic election planned for the primary recapping our top story mayor Kenney announced a completely reimagined while while welcome America celebration on the fourth of July in Philadelphia the event will happen online this year instead of in person the Hubble we line up that's all ahead in the next fifteen minutes hi Michelle Durham recommended the the editor's desk along with Charlotte race in Philadelphia police have charged a high ranking member of the district attorney's office with child endangerment your skill to be city hall bureau chief Pablo according to the police reporting a Basil left her four year old daughter asleep in her car while she took a walk with her six year old on the Wissahickon creek trail Beslan's attorney Jamie fine says the allegation does not reflect the kind caring and loving mother she is we are confident he says in a statement that when all the facts are revealed her true nature will be vindicated he says she spent her life and career caring for and protecting people the case has been referred to the attorney general's office because of Basil ons role as policy adviser for DA Larry Krasner Krasner's office had no comment Basil on is the second member of Krasner's inner circle to be charged criminally in January mo vida Johnson Harrell pleaded guilty to stealing from the nonprofit while she was head of the DA's victim services unit Pat Loeb KYW newsradio sales have slowed it lottery outlets in Pennsylvania and New Jersey in the wake of the pandemic and that could come back to hurt programs that benefit from them he was he would have used the that that best meets are the both states have seen revenues dropped more than twenty percent in the last couple of months profits are supposed to go to fund public employee teacher and first responder pensions in New Jersey senior citizen programs in Pennsylvania so how much of a hit are we talking about here Dru Smith co runs the Pennsylvania are hard to say how much profit will generate throughout this crisis but our job is to generate as much money as we can in a responsible way online sales can't come close to retail outlets many of which remain closed in both states but Pennsylvania's gain twenty five thousand more players for a web based play of games like Powerball and mega millions the Jersey did not make specific lottery figures available David Madden KYW newsradio Montgomery County elections board has voted to adopt a pandemic election planned for the primary and it significantly cuts the number of polling place this year's gonna be suburban bureau chief Jim Ellis but objections from some municipal leaders have expressed concerns residents might not be able to get the polling places the Montgomery County elections board adopted a plan for the June second primary the cuts the number of polling places in the county from three hundred fifty two to one hundred forty elections board chairman Ken Lawrence this plan does not take into consideration many of the things that we would normally take into consideration because I would say once again this is a pandemic Alexion Mr Balakrishna as they chose school buildings because they're not in use so there's a lesser risk of contamination they have a very large spaces cafeterias gymnasiums all of which will be put to use and then when we leave they'll be time to thoroughly clean up like that commissioner Joe gale says he supports using schools for polling places but he voted against the proposal after his motion to include polling places in Rockledge and west Conshohocken was voted down at the suburban Joe Jim Edward K. Y. W. news radio well it turns out Dr by way of parades are okay in New Jersey after all the state police superintendent has clarified a weekend directive that appeared to ban them here's could abuse Mike denardo Intel graduations and birthdays are celebrated these days I drive by with supporters waving out car windows practicing social distancing confusion was created over the weekend though after New Jersey state police superintendent Pat Callahan sent a letter to schools saying that wave parades that invite people to gather at a certain location violated the governor's stay at home order at the governor's daily briefing Callahan said it's inviting people to assemble at one place that poses the blem not driving in a way Fareed it's a great gesture to give that sense of solidarity but when there's fifty people standing on top of each other on the curb of a hospital we're in front of a high school that's where the problem comes in the way of parade where no one gets out of their cars Callahan said is fine Mike denardo okay whatever the news radio network delays on the New Jersey Turnpike all talk about it but Justin coming up K. Y. W. newsradio WXYZ thank you for helping our community through the crisis hi this is merry from Philadelphia I want to thank the pastor.

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"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:21 min | 9 months ago

"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Is at the editor's desk along with Charlotte Reese consulting is governor says his goal was not to sow division but instead to get his point across governor wolf addressing his tone yesterday when he lashed out of businesses and lawmakers threatening to re open without the state's blessing when will says his intent is not to infringe on liberty what I was trying to do is make it clear as I possibly can and I'll continue to do this we're all fighting a common enemy and the enemy is not the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania it's not me it's not Donald Trump it's not the General Assembly it's this this virus the governor says across the country states are trying to fight this unprecedented virus there's no playbook forty says he feels his plan is the best way to deal with what's going on in Pennsylvania it's a way of making sure that we keep people safe and and that was the message I was trying to send yesterday that we are in a war to fight a common enemy the virus that's who we need to concentrate on that we're trying to defeat that buyers and keep people sick the governor says no one from the White House reached out to him about president trump's planned visit to a PP factory near Allentown supposed to happen on Thursday that is it but the governor says anyone is welcome to come to Pennsylvania as long as they take the proper precautions one forty seven AM the Camden County once the state of New Jersey to send monitors to for nursing homes where corona viruses become our particular concern the county freeholder Lou Capelli says state officials asked for more inspections a few weeks ago we were conducted with the help of a private company the Phillies as the four facilities have had what he calls a high percentage of coronavirus cases and deaths that's no reflection on the employees in these facilities the employees are doing an outstanding job putting their lives at risk every day but the management of these facilities has been in question to hear genocide those facilities as Vista healthcare in cherry hill premiere cabaret in cherry hill genesis eldercare in Voorhees and the United Methodist home in Collingswood Capelli says he has yet to hear from the state on the county's request but hopes National Guard members assisting in other long term care facilities across New Jersey can be brought in to Camden County to help Philadelphia police have charged a high ranking member of the district attorney's office with child endangerment our city hall bureau chief K. one of these Pat Loeb has the story according to the police reporting a Basil left her four year old daughter asleep in her car while she took a walk with her six year old on the Wissahickon creek trail Beslan's attorney Jamie fine says the allegation does not reflect the kind caring and loving mother she is we are confident he says in a statement that when all the facts are revealed her true nature will be vindicated he says she spent her life and career caring for and protecting people the case has been referred to the attorney general's office because of Basil ons role as policy adviser for DA Larry Krasner Krasner's office had no comment Basil on is the second member of Krasner's inner circle to be charged criminally in January mo vida Johnson Harrell pleaded guilty to stealing from the nonprofit while she was head of the DA's victim services unit Pat Loeb KYW newsradio one forty nine now Major League Baseball is expected to present a plan to the players union today about how to begin the season it appears the union is not expected to like a certain aspect of it he would've used AB ram explains it seems the biggest sticking point is the fifty fifty revenue split the league is reportedly offering the players in March the two sides agreed on pro rated salaries and they'll be wants to negotiate further because empty seats will affect the economics of the sport former Marlins president David Samson gave perspective to W. I. P. I don't think it's going to be a quiet negotiation by any stretch that said both sides realize that it's pretty tone deaf to not have baseball because of an economic disagreements Simpson also emphasized both sides must focus on safety this plan includes about eighty two games which would begin in early July a schedule based on region home parks if possible a National League DH and expanded playoffs debut ran KYW newsradio mostly sunny fifty five degrees in Philadelphia heading to sixty is afternoon one fifteen that some delays on the Schuylkill and tell you about when we checked traffic next.

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"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:37 min | 9 months ago

"larry krasner krasner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Responsible way online sales can't come close to retail outlets many of which remain closed in both states but Pennsylvania's gain twenty five thousand more players for a web based play of games like Powerball and mega millions the Jersey did not make specific lottery figures available David Madden KYW newsradio Philadelphia police have charged a high ranking member of the district attorney's office with child endangerment he was going to be city hall bureau chief Pat Lowe according to the police reporting a Basil left her four year old daughter asleep in her car while she took a walk with her six year old on the Wissahickon creek trail Beslan's attorney Jamie fine says the allegation does not reflect the kind caring and loving mother she is we are confident he says in a statement that when all the facts are revealed her true nature will be vindicated he says she spent her life and career caring for and protecting people the case has been referred to the attorney general's office because of Basil ons role as policy adviser for DA Larry Krasner Krasner's office had no comment Basil on is the second member of Krasner's inner circle to be charged criminally in January mo vida Johnson Harrell pleaded guilty to stealing from the nonprofit while she was head of the DA's victim services unit Pat Loeb KYW newsradio more European countries are re opened by carefully Italy will re open bars restaurants and hair salons from next week even as lockdowns are easing in Spain Austria at the U. K. all three countries are ordering arriving international passengers into two week quarantines Denmark is stepping up covert testing and putting a contact tracing system in place to prevent a second wave there and.