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Trial for WNBA star Brittney Griner opens in Russian court
"To witnesses were heard at the start of the trial in Russia of WNBA star Britney griner griner has been held for four months accused of possessing cannabis oil while returning to play for a Russian team The witnesses were an airport customs official and an unidentified witness Alexander boycott is her attorney I could only prove that we had two witnesses that with the customs And we expect the next hearing on 7th of July That's it Griner could face up to ten years in prison Dmitri paskov a spokesman for Russian president Vladimir Putin says I can only operate with facts and the facts say the famous athlete was detained with banned substances containing narcotic compounds Elizabeth rood is deputy chief of the U.S. mission in Russia The Russian Federation has wrongfully detained miss Reiner Wrongful detention is unacceptable wherever it occurs Roode says the U.S. is working at the highest levels to get griner and other detained Americans safely home I'm Ed
Julian Assange appeals to UK court against extradition to US
"WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has appealed against the British government's decision last month to order his extradition to the U.S. The appeal filed at London's high court is the latest twist in a decade long legal saga sparked by his website's publication of classified U.S. documents no further details about the appeal were immediately available Assange's supporters staged protests before his 51st birthday on Saturday his wife Stella among people outside the home office calling for his release from prison Julian Assange has battled in British courts for years to avoid being sent to the U.S. where he faces 17 charges of espionage and one charge of computer misuse Charles De Ledesma London
Trial for US basketball star begins in Moscow-area court
"American basketball star Brittany griner has appeared in a Moscow area court for trial about four and a half months after she was arrested on cannabis possession while traveling to play for a Russian team Krona being led to the hearing in handcuffs with photographers on hand to grab shots At a closed door preliminary hearing on Monday in a Moscow suburb grinus detention was extended for another 6 months to December 20 the Phoenix mercury center and two time U.S. Olympic gold medalist was arrested in February at a Moscow airport police say she was carrying veep canisters with cannabis oil granite could face up to ten years in prison if convicted of large scale transportation of drugs I'm Charles De
From stocks to crypto, a punishing six months for investors
"I Mike Gracia reporting it's been a punishing 6 months for investors Thursday's closing bell on Wall Street brought the curtain down on trading for the first half of 2022 with markets in the red across the board The S&P 500 the benchmark for many stock funds is down 21.1% from its January 3rd all time high and off to its worst start to a year since 1970 The Dow Jones Industrial Average at NASDAQ composite are also in the red for the year Bonds normally considered reliable investments are also down and on pace to one of their worst performances in history Cryptocurrencies have also cratered Bitcoin which was at almost $69,000
US Boosting Forces Across Europe Over Russian Threat, Biden Tells NATO
"The big news yesterday. President Biden indeed all of the NATO leaders have sent Russia a defiant message according to The Washington Post. Under pressure to find new ways to confront Russia as a deadly invasion of Ukraine dragged into its 5th month President Biden and then allies on Wednesday announced a historic surge of forces along Europe's eastern Flank and welcome Finland and Sweden as soon to be members as they promised to defend every inch of NATO territory. The muscular military announcements were intended to send an unmistakable message that NATO remains unified against Russia's growing belligerents, said Biden standing alongside NATO secretary general Stoltenberg on the second day of the NATO
Key inflation gauge tracked by the Fed remains a high 6.3%
"The inflation gauge the Federal Reserve tracks most closely remains high I'm Ben Thomas with a look at the latest numbers The commerce department's personal consumption expenditures price index was 6.3% higher last month than May of last year On a month to month basis prices rose 6 tenths of a percent from April to May The fed tends to track the PCE more closely than the better known consumer price index which tends to weigh gasoline and housing costs more heavily But both tell the same basic story inflation is running dangerously hot The report also shows consumer spending rose at a sluggish two tenths of a percent rate from April to May but consumer income states slightly ahead of inflation while the savings rate also rose slightly Ben Thomas Washington
Woman fatally shot while pushing stroller on Upper East Side
"New York police say a woman was fatally shot Wednesday night while pushing a stroller on the upper east side AP correspondent Norman hall reports Police say the attack happened around 8 30 near the intersection of Lexington avenue and 95th street the woman was taken to a nearby hospital where she was pronounced dead A city council member who represents the area said on Twitter that the victim was the mother of the three month old baby and a stroller mayor Eric Adams blames access to guns This national problem is impacting families and it doesn't matter if you are on the upper east side or east New York Brooklyn New York like many other U.S. cities has contended with rising concern about violent crime Murders in New York remain at their second highest level since 2012 I Norman
Ann McElhinney on the Abortion Monster Kermit Gosnell
"He was known that if you basically are 8 months pregnant, 9 months pregnant. You can go to Kermit gosnell and he will kill the baby. He a 100%. He did this. This was his effectively his specialty. If you really were stuck, he would do anything, including murder live children, deliver them, and then kill them. Hard for us to even talk about this, but this is a reality. This was going on year after year after year after year in a quote unquote legal abortion facility operated by this monster, the serial killer. How did you come to this story? You and felon, how did you come to know about this story? So we made a documentary called frac nation and Salem was doing screenings for people across Pennsylvania and he had a couple of days off and I don't know. You've met Salem, right? He's just this veteran journalist. He just, he always has a nose for a story. He'd heard about some kind of thing that was going on in the courthouse, went down to the courthouse in Philadelphia. They had reserved the largest courtroom available because they presumed that the magnitude of this story would have attracted an enormous number of journalists. However, that's not at all what happened. In fact, it was like the Mary Celeste. He went in. There was no one there in this massive courtroom. And he started to hear, and this is a guy who was covered war in Northern Ireland. I mean, he has covered some awful gruesome stories. And he's sitting there, he's listening to the worst testimony. He has ever heard plus seeing these photographs of the babies of the babies that were murdered, projected on a large screen in front of this jury, and he's thinking what is going on here and the most shocking thing for him was that the journalists weren't there. And in the front of the courtroom, you've got Kermit gozleme smirking, which is kind of his thing, by the way. He sort of smirking, sort of, flirting with the stenographer. And it's like, he's thinking, what is going on here? And how is this not world
A Lesson in NOT Falling for the Media Hype
"Many different stories where the media went instantaneously into accusation mode and full transparency. One of the great teaching moments, one of the great learning moments for me personally. Was in either January or February of 2019, I think is January. The Covington kid deal. With Nicholas Sandman, where I was doing too many things at once, I was spending far too much time on Twitter, and I tweeted something such as the Covington kids shouldn't have behaved the way they did. A stupid, dumb thing to tweet, because I didn't let all the facts come through. I didn't actually check the premise. I didn't challenge the media narrative. And that was such a teaching moment for me in a learning moment. I said, what am I doing here? Just kind of going along with the narrative for the narrative's sake. And I wrote a whole op-ed about it, but I actually learned from it. I decided that I was never going to do that again. I said, I'm not going to kind of ready fire aim. I said, we're just going to kind of let the facts come out. And I also learned that, man, when the media becomes so enthusiastic and so passionate about something so quickly, there's probably something there withholding from us. And then a couple months later, the Mueller report came out and it showed that Trump collusion was all a lie. And as I was growing in the movement and growing as a commentator and growing as a podcaster and growing as a host and growing as a leader of turning point USA, I said to myself, man, the next time the media wants me to get so excited about something, I'm just not gonna do it. And I'm quite
Sagar MeMost say nation on wrong track, including Dems: AP-NORC pollghani, Washington
"A pole fights an overwhelming majority of Americans say the nation's heading in the wrong direction The numbers are dismal for President Biden in the first half of the year about half of Americans said the U.S. was on the right track now 85% in the AP norc center for public affairs research poll say it's on the wrong track 79% say the economy's poor and 69% say they disapprove of the president's handling of the economy The findings suggest fundamental challenges for the president before November elections that will decide congressional control His overall approval rating is the same as last month 39% the lowest of his presidency Sagar Meghani Washington
New York's 1st legal marijuana crop sprouts under the sun
"New York's first legal marijuana crop is sprouting under the sun New York gave 203 hemp growers first shot at cultivating marijuana destined for legal sales Big indoor growers are expected to join later Frank populism is at homestead farms and ranch near Albany We have about a half an acre here And year one will be the max for me And we'll see how it goes Consultants like rich Morris monitor the plants Under three months and these will be ready So it'll be midsummer Makes the drying a lot easier We don't have to worry about high humidity Pampas says he knows there will be demand for legal marijuana He invested in security We got motion detectors We got Lighting that will go off There's alarms Cannabis grown outdoors can often have lower THC than plants grown indoors under lights I'm Ed
Macron says Russia can't win in Ukraine after strike on mall
"The day after the Russian military shelled the Ukrainian region of nikolayev Ukrainian emergency services released a video showing them rescuing civilians trapped in the rubble of a damaged building A drill says through a metal gates as an emergency workers attempt to open up the entrance of the building badly shelled by Russian forces After a short while a man trapped in the top floor can be seen walking down a ladder with the guidance of a firefighter The Russian strike targeted the city of otaki in the michelada region at least two people were killed including a 6 year old child several others were reported wounded including a three month old baby who is in a coma I'm Karen Chammas
Ghislaine Maxwell Gets 20 Years
"Let's talk about a creepy pedophile who absolutely got caught red handed and will now do the time. Nearly 6 months after Ghislaine Maxwell was found guilty of 5 charges, including sex trafficking in a minor. It was time to return to court and discuss some sentencing. And Ghislaine is now going to be sentenced for 20 years for her role in the Jeffrey Epstein bullshit. Last week, it was said that the 60 year old Maxwell and her legal team were filing documents saying there was unfair for delaying to serve as sentence that should have been reserved for Jeffrey Epstein. You know, had he not been found on a live in his jail cell back in 2019. They said, look, how about 51 and 63 months or less than 6 years? And I think people got tired of delaying constantly saying I was just following orders that kind of shit. Prosecutors don't like that schtick. They were looking for a sentence of between 30 and 55 years, but look, she got 20. And she put out a statement to you all the victims. I'm sorry for the pain that you experienced. It is my sincerest wish to all those in the courtroom and to all those outside this courtroom that this day brings a terrible chapter to the end to an end. And to those of you who spoke here today and those of you who did not may this day help you travel from darkness into the light. Yet she continues to protect the rapists. What did they do for her in the end? Nothing. Why didn't she talk? She look, she needs to sing before she gets suicide. She's screwed, either way, so might as well bring the predatory men down with her. I mean, there's no way she didn't keep tapes and lots of receipts stashed someplace in one of the safe houses around the world. I know I'm gonna get to that eventually. And really, I guess if there's any justice here, it's that the lane got more than the 51 month she was hoping
Brittney Griner is in for a Russian Reality Check
"I've been following this case of the WNBA star Brittany griner stuck in a Russian gulag. I saw the face she made yesterday as she was walking into the court in Moscow with handcuffs, wearing glasses, she had a great T-shirt, I think, and man did she look petrified. Her eyes were so big. I don't blame her. Listen, as bad as she thinks America is, she's about to get a taste of how lucky she is to be an American. So Briana comes in and had four security guards and a dog, and they all led her down a stairwell to a courtroom for her hearing, and she was ordered to remain in custody for the duration of her trial. Which extends her detention for another 6 months, now occasion don't know the story that you don't care, Brittany griner, two time gold medalist, was arrested back in February and a Russian airport just one week before Russia launched its invasion against Ukraine. And she got arrested because she had, she felt she had to smuggle in her vape cartridges that contain cannabis oil past security.
Democrats' Social Causes Drive Voters to GOP
"According to a Fox News article, more than 1 million voters switch registration to GOP as suburbs break from Joe Biden. Are you surprised? I'm not surprised. In this article it reads more than 1 million U.S. voters have switched their party affiliation to the GOP over the past 12 months painting a grim picture for Democrats in 2020 2022 midterms. The GOP is benefiting most in the suburbs of large, medium sized cities where voters who support Joe Biden in 2020 are struggling with inflation and growing increasingly critical of Democrats and social issues.
Aide: Trump dismissed Jan. 6 threats, wanted to join crowd
"In explosive testimony to the House panel investigating the capitol riot a key Trump White House aide has described Donald Trump's outbursts over January 6th itself and his failing bid to claim election fraud Cassidy Hutchinson was at the ellipse when the president was set to address backers whom he had been told were armed He didn't care ordering the Secret Service to remove metal detectors and quote let my people in They're not here to hurt me Take that I think mags away After the speech the president wanted to go to the capitol when lead Secret Service agent Robert engel refused Hutchinson says a White House official told her the president lunged for his limo steering wheel angle grabbed his arm Mister Trump then used his free hand to lunge towards Bobby engel A month earlier Hutchinson says a White House valet took her into a dining room There is catch up dripping down the wall Attorney general Bill Barr had told the AP he'd seen no evidence of voter fraud that could have changed the election's outcome The president had just seen the article And had thrown his lunch against the wall Sagar Meghani Washington
Court kills Flint water charges against ex-governor, others
"The Michigan Supreme Court has ruled that charges against former governor Rick Snyder and others in the Flint water scandal must be dismissed AP correspondent Norman hall reports According to the court Michigan state laws authorize a judge to investigate subpoena witnesses and issue arrest warrants as a one person grand jury but not to issue indictments The dismissed charges range from misdemeanors to involuntary manslaughter because of 9 deaths related to legionnaires disease Flint managers appointed by governor Snyder switched the majority black cities water source to the Flint river while a new pipeline was under construction State regulators said the river water didn't need to be treated to reduce its corrosive qualities Lead from old pipes flowed through the system for 18 months community activists calls the situation a disgrace I Norman hall
Over 1 Million Voters Switch Registration to GOP
"Here's a story that amazing Fox News reporting over a million American voters have switched their party affiliation to the GOP over the last 12 months. As the 2020 turn 2022 midterms approach and we are months away in the suburbs in large and medium cities is where this is mostly occurring. Where voters who supported Biden who are now struggling with inflation, growing increasingly critical of these Democrat policies, this is according to The Associated Press over a million voters have switched from Democrat to Republican in the last 12 months.
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"Last month, the White House announced plans for a widespread coronavirus vaccine booster program. But Friday, an FDA advisory panel recommended booster shots only for those with weakened immune systems or over the age of 65. ABC. Ellen Lopez has more from outside of CDC headquarters in Atlanta. While critics say the Biden administrations timeline for it to boost to roll out put pressure on scientists. The U. S surgeon general says that the plan was always contingent on the FDA and the series is independent evaluation. We know that here at the CDC They are expected to meet next week to discuss those boosters. Right now, the U. S is averaging more than 1400 coronavirus deaths each day. That's about 7.5 times higher than in mid July. The Defense Department now says as many as 10 civilians up to seven of them were Children were killed in a US drone strike last month in Afghanistan, General Frank McKenzie, the head of US Central Command, said Friday. I offer my profound condolences to the family and friends of those who were killed. This was the strike to follow the Kabul airport bombing that killed 13. U. S Service members. Defense officials now say they do not believe they killed an ISIS leader as first reported a BCS Louis Martinez has more from the Pentagon. This is a total reversal from what the Pentagon has been saying on the record Now, for the last two weeks as early as this week, I was talking to officials who said that this was they were convinced that this was an Isis K target. They say they're reviewing the intelligence that led up to the strike. Capitol Police say they're ready for any violence in today's rally in support of people who are arrested in the January 6th riot, Capitol police deputy chief Sean Gallagher said Friday. Externally we have been working with over 25 of our partnering agencies on a seamless integrated plan for this weekend, government official tells the AP. The U. S is going to begin flying migrants back to Haiti as many as 10,000 have arrived near Del Rio, Texas over the last few days. You're listening to ABC news. Let's see if something costs less. But people are happier with it. That sounds like something to look into. And that's Medicare. Maybe you've heard switching to meadow share to pay for health care.
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"Last month. It's the biggest annual gains since the Labor Department started calculating the 12 month number in 2010. The producer Price index, which measures inflationary pressures before they reach consumers rose 7/10 of a percent in August after full 1% increases in both June and July, when compared with August of 2020 prices were 8.3% higher. Core prices, which excludes the volatile food and energy categories also rose those slightly less 6/10 of a percent from July and 6.7% from a year earlier. Inflation has been stirring as the economy recovers from the coronavirus recession, with supply chain bottlenecks in a worker shortage, pushing prices higher. Ben Thomas. Washington The head of Britain's domestic intelligence agency warns the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan could fuel terror plots. Myth five. Director General Ken McCallum believes the Taliban has heartened and embolden extremists and could lead to the return of major Al Qaeda style attack plots against the West. McCallum adds, Britain could face more risk because of the withdrawal of NATO troops and the overthrow of the Afghan government. In a rare interview with the BBC, he says nations must be vigilant both for the increase and inspired terrorism, which has become a trend over the past 5 to 10 years alongside the potential regrowth. Of Al Qaeda style directed plots. Charles ASTHMA London President Biden is making clear his frustration over the pandemics direction and aiming it squarely at unvaccinated Americans. For months, the president's talked about the nation uniting to beat the pandemic. But in his speech yesterday, he put the blame for rising cases directly on the quarter of eligible Americans, he says, have refused to get the vaccine distinct minority of Americans supported by stink minority of elected officials are keeping us from turning the corner, saying pandemic politics are making people sick, causing unvaccinated people to die. The president says the nation's been patient with the young backs. Related But that's wearing thin. SOCCER Megane Washington China TV has analyzed President Joe Biden's phone conversation with cheating Ping highlighting tensions and urging cooperation guanxi the CCTV news anchor, says the U. S policy toward China has led to severe difficulties in China US relations. Which is not, she says, in line with the fundamental interests of the two peoples and goes on quoting key China US cooperation will benefit both countries and the world well, confrontation between the two will hurt both and the world. The White House is hopeful the U. S. And China could work together on issues of mutual concern, including climate change. And preventing a nuclear crisis on the Korean Peninsula. Despite growing differences. I'm Charles de la Decima..
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"Did rise to 5.9% last month. 850,000 jobs created bankrate dot com senior economist Mark Cameron says workers are also starting to earn a bit more to than they were before all this The sector on the leading edge of jobs lost during the downturn, namely leisure and hospitality isn't the front of the continuing hiring parade. Within that category. Most of the improvement is in bars and restaurants with hotels as well as live sports and entertainment jobs on the rise. Those, of course, the places where you see the most help wanted signs. So maybe just maybe this thing is going to start turning around. We talked earlier this week with some folks about you know what they thought was going on a reporter from The New York Times and Also someone from Wisconsin manufacturers and commerce and I think, although they agree where they disagree about the checks, the enhanced unemployment 300 that extra $300. I mean, they wouldn't seem to think that that wasn't a big factor. The other did The bottom line. I think between the two of them was there's a lot that plays into this. It's not just one thing. Absolutely, and we've talked to other people, too. It's People had an opportunity when they were in lockdown to really re evaluate things and decide how they want to live out the rest of their lives. And I think some people have decided to make changes. I'm working on a story actually, from people going from professional jobs into the trades, and then hopefully we'll be able to run in the next couple of weeks, and people have decided to make some some changes. There's that there's also their home issue with childcare and everything else and again the altar job landscape. If someone has to stay home or work different hours in a in a couple situation, so the, uh there's a lot going on here. A lot of moving part. It says. They say 8 27 graffiti is next. This is the year Bucks fans. Can you feel it's in the bank?.
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"Last month, Democrats walked out of the Texas capital, blocking a Republican backed bill to tighten voter restrictions. Now, Democratic lawmakers say they're exploring legal options to restore the funding to cover the fiscal year that starts in September. A number of Republican led states, including Georgia, Florida and Arizona, have enacted restrictive voting measures Now on Capitol Hill. Senate Democrats are seeking to unite behind a voting rights bill. While Senate Republicans argue states should decide for themselves how to run their elections. Amy held NPR news As many Americans celebrate this Juneteenth holiday Commemorating the end of legalized slavery. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti says he and 10 other city leaders are launching a coalition called Mayors organized for reparations and equity or more. So each of us does something more. Makes more of a commitment to justice more of a commitment to wealth building more of a commitment to a society that includes everybody more of a commitment to a country that faces its past because we know our prosperity in the future depends on it. All 11 mayors are pledging to pay reparations to some black residents in their cities. Investigators in Russia say they found the body of an American student who went missing after getting into a car with a stranger Tuesday as NPR's Lucian Kim reports from Moscow. A suspect has been arrested and is cooperating with police. The last sign of life from 34 year old Catherine Saru was a text message he sent on Tuesday to her mother in the U. S. Saying she was in a car with a stranger and hoped she wasn't being abducted. Her body was found early Saturday outside Nizhny Novgorod, a city on the Volga River 250 miles east of Moscow. Saru, former marine and graduate of UC Davis had been studying in Nizhny Novgorod since 2019 and was planning a career as an immigration lawyer when she got back to the U. S. The U. S embassy in Moscow says it is closely monitoring the local authorities investigation. And providing all appropriate assistance to Sarah's family. Lucian Kim. NPR NEWS Moscow Hard line cleric has been elected president of Iran. Ibrahim racy, won yesterday's election in a landslide. Though turnout was at a record low. This is NPR. The British bank TSB says it will no longer allow its customers to buy Cryptocurrencies amid what it calls a dramatic increase in fraud cases. With some five million customers. TSB is the first major British banking group to bar Cryptocurrency transactions. Hong Kong court has denied bail to the editor in chief and the CEO of a prominent investigative tabloid in the region. NPR's Emily Fang reports. The two were arrested along with three other editors this week under a strict national security law editor in Chief Ryan Law and executive Chunking Hung will go back to jail to be held until trial. They also will resign their positions with next media. The publisher of Combative Media outlet Apple Daily. They were arrested this week with three other senior staff from Apple Daily, whose mixture of gossip, hard hitting investigative reporting an outspoken editorial writing has infuriated Beijing. The editors and executives were arrested for collusion with foreign forces by allegedly commissioning articles that called for sanctions on China. Apple Daily's billionaire founder and publisher, Jimmy Lai is already in prison for organizing protests and also faces a national security church. Emily Fang, NPR NEWS Beijing President Biden and First lady Jill Biden have issued a statement announcing the death today of their beloved German shepherd champ. They say it was.
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"And last month, which would set aside $20 billion for a national vaccination program to vaccinate 100 million people. In 100 days. A number of New York Democrat senators want Governor Cuomo to lose his coronavirus related powers over the curb In nursing home death controversy, Scott Pringle reports, a group of 14 lawmakers put out a statement urging the Senate to advance legislation that would strip Cuomo of emergency powers ever granted to the governor related to the pandemic. Meanwhile, the Senate Republican leader, Rob Board release to stay Been saying it's the latest string of disturbing acts of corruption by the Cuomo administration. This is after a New York Post report came out, accusing Cuomo's administration of deliberately not releasing the number of covert nursing home deaths for fear the feds would use the numbers against the Cuomo administration. New Orleans is famous for their Bourbon Street bars. But starting today, they're all closed. His city gets ready for a very different looking Mardi Gras Police chief Shawn Ferguson says the city is taking drastic steps to make sure Carnival season is not another covert super spreader like it was last year. It's four or five days. Sacrifice is very small compared to the largest sacrifice we may have to endure later. New Orleans has canceled the world famous parade and parties that normally start this weekend and run through ash Wednesday. Police have started to set up checkpoints in the French quarter to break up in crowds. You're listening to the latest on NBC news radio. President Biden is moving away from the Keystone Pipeline at Lisa's. He has some answers about how the shutdown will affect jobs and production in the oil industry expert James Lee with Texas based River, Ron says this is just a phase of transition. He says dormant fields will now ramp up production and that will create product and create new jobs. There's such an emphasis now and in safety protocols and also autumn nation of the drilling process, as well as the monitoring of production. We also says all of the large companies Have stated plans and goals for playing a leadership role in the energy transition. The mayor of Miami, Florida wants to let people pay their taxes or Bitcoin Michael Kastner with the details. Mayor Francis War is also thinks city employees should be allowed get paid with a crypto currency if they want. City Commission didn't go all the way with the mayor's proposal, but has approved a resolution to study the idea..
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"Last month deadly weather in Oklahoma moldable he she showed him to you emergency management Oklahoma says a tornado killed at least two people in the town of Mattel there's also reports of tornado damage in Polk Texas the governor sending response and medical teams to the scene you are listening to ABC news stay informed the calm evening news news time seven oh two art Sanders top local stories from the como twenty four seven news center the Snohomish county sheriff says he simply wanted to start a conversation about the governor's stay at home or with this controversial Facebook post more from Cuomo's Jeff Poe July after watching the governor's speech on Tuesday sure phantom Fortnite says he was frustrated and felt there was no plan and Insley was being completely arbitrary over which businesses were considered essential why is it okay that we can build a school right now that is okay but there's private contractors who maybe the driver X. that's computer for a living and on the construction business drive by that school every day and he can't drive to a job site to make a living he adds an enforcement of the state home order has not changed but his deputies will not be arresting anyone for violating the order that said for now he says he is taking the outbreak seriously and encourages voluntary compliance you never Jeff foe to look come on news of the governor and Attorney General responded for these posts by saying that sheriffs cannot pick and choose which laws are orders to enforce the Snohomish county sheriff the Franklin County commissioners saying they wanted for state stay at home orders but governor Jay Inslee says they don't have the right to overrule them initially made the comments at a press conference this afternoon really cannot equivocate on this point and we cannot have individual on forcing officers arbitrarily decide which laws are going to enforce in which was not going to enforce this new scientific models are expected to be released tomorrow which he says will be used by state leaders to figure out when to begin lifting certain restrictions number of lives lost in Washington state to the coronavirus inches closer to seven hundred now new count today shows a total of six hundred and ninety two deaths companies time several former como traffic every ten minutes on the force's Tennell Fulton in Everett police activity on Third Avenue southeast near one hundred twenty fifth place southeast police.
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"Last month was a good one for job growth here in the U. S. two hundred and sixty six thousand jobs were added in November and the unemployment rate dropped to historically low level of three and a half percent national economic council director Larry Kudlow says it's good news for the country America isn't working and now is America working America is getting paid a Washington watchdog JB your pre reports last month's job growth with the second largest this year only behind January relatives confirm the UPS driver killed in last night shoot out with police down in South Florida was filling in for another driver police say twenty seven year old Frank or don't yes was carjacked by two men who just robbed a jewelry store after a multi agency police chase the suspects and an innocent bystander were also shot to death we're doing as a step father tells WPLG in Miami the Frank was killed by responding police officers there's bullets everywhere this is a war zone how can this happen in today's day and age this is negligence the and I'm not a police officer I'm not an attorney either but I have common sense and like we all do and it and it shows me wars a port of call he said or Tony's had two daughters are ages three and six what was disturbing one out of Orange County deputies arrested a Disney cruise line employee who's accused of raping a thirteen year old girl court documents show Keith sites was arrested on November twenty fifth that's after the victim's mother told deputies he raped the girl multiple times between twenty sixteen and twenty nineteen the victim told detectives the sexual abuse started when she was ten years old she told them he would take photos of her when she was naked keeping them on his phone to look at quote for when he's on the cruise ship sites has been charged with five sex crime counts including sexual battery on a child Brandon Hogan news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. I'm Judy do bring your Washington watchdog and this is where Orlando turns first for breaking news weather and traffic news ninety six five W. D. BO a twenty seven year old woman rushed to the hospital with serious stab wounds is what should investigation what officers went to the woman so more Kaylee three to search for clues this morning they found the body of a man his body did have signs of trauma he's been identified as thirty two year old Kristopher camper OPD detectives are still trying to work together to figure out what happened there registration is open for the twenty twenty python challenge in this your play thought hunters what new technology to help them with the hardline molecular markers the typically amplify Burmese python Margaret hunter is a research geneticist with the US Geological Survey she says the technologies being used in kits to filter water defined concentrations of python DNA and swamps or marshes and I put it off for those filters and it needs like you are markers are widest you'd be able to visually see that DNA yesterday governor Disentis an ounce they're calling this year's challenge the python bowl I'm Carole moody you'll find all the details in my story in the news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. apple new tonight after pleading guilty to campaign finance violations California Republican congressman Duncan hunter is resigning under his wife accused of misusing around two hundred and fifty thousand dollars in donations for vacations and personal expenses also charged with lying about those expenses as being work related he says will step down shortly after the holidays Congress is looking to update an eighty one year old law to make sure products we use every day or safe the beauty industry is largely unregulated house lawmakers are looking to overhaul major rules overseen personal care products the bill would create new standards and stronger FDA oversight for the cosmetic industry California's on S. U. to put it bluntly.
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"From last month that in the statement this describes a conversation he had with an adviser to Ukraine's president tying US military aid to a public anti corruption statement a transcript of silence testimony from last month was released by house Democrats along with the testimony of former Ukrainian envoy Kurt Volcker Volker dismissed the quid pro quo but said president trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani was interested in investigations of an energy company that employed former vice president Joe Biden's son and the twenty sixteen election Lisa cared reaction to the transcript relation the administration press secretary Stephanie question issuing a statement reading apart both transcript released today show there is even less evidence for what she called this illegitimate impeachment sham White House acting senior adviser Mick Mulvaney was requested to appear before the committee is Friday but the White House issuing a statement reading past Democrat and Republican administrations would not be inclined to permit senior adviser to the president of our kids to play in such a quote ridiculous part is an illegitimate proceeding and neither is this one president trump the president of Mexico as spoken by phone after nine people were killed near the US Mexico border reportedly by Mexican drug cartel members of religious community where citizens of both the US and Mexico the victims include Christina and won a lane for found in separate locations along with two children shot to death then about ten miles away we need a little barren and her eight month old twins dead inside their Tahoe along with a son and daughter ages nine and eleven boxes William lajeunesse America's listening fox news well isn't.
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"So let me see I took notes because I was journaling on this family as constant naked in such a deep level even when beliefs and lifestyles are different there is this connection and I want to call it love but I don't I don't know it could also be attachment or I ultimately I think there is love I think even sometimes when parents or kids don't follow this path or aren't aren't following the characteristic of how your kid is supposedly Ohi your parents are supposed to be there is still love even if the lifestyles are different in there is deeper connection they just can't been denied because it is a connection that we don't even have control of our blood or etc so that was brought up to me so important because when my grandma passed away I felt mob's paint I fell moms pain brought up so much family stuff and so I had to like I recognize that we the family is so deep even beyond the the relationship we have with them and then going into family the third thing that I learned is that there exists a perfect balance between individuality and Code and I guess the collective or the community or relationships with other people and it's a delicate beautiful balance the balance which I'm always like constantly learning to balance the balance between our individual desires on the life that we want and having that align with the community the collective the direction the world is going and so I'm learning to really implement the things that you want things that I'm passionate about one of the things I love talking about with community with reality with the collective with the people I know and so that my own personal beliefs and the beliefs that I want to see in reality aligned and some that are aligned and so that isn't itself a really interesting balance especially Julie Yet who you are within that families I- NAMIC like for me it was kind of that balance was thrown off when younger me me and also the people around me that people that I love the people that I care about and the people that I want more in my life and creating stronger connections and in regards to creating stronger connections the fourth thing that I've learned in that I've always known just been reaffirm I'm to me is that people are ultimately good like it's so hard to to think about all the past situations that have happened in the past and are currently happening in our personal lives as well as around in the world and it's easy to be like you know this place is crap people are mean people are judging all the time but in my reality I found that that is always something in our heads that's something that we got out of watching things and media and listening to people and Reading comments on Youtube or an threads or like memes are just mean but when we are we are mindful or to directly her someone else that's that's my personal reality that's my own personal belief is that most people are just inherently good no most people want to live a good life most people want good things for their family most people want to improve themselves most people want to be their life most people want to do more and I just realized that so much to when I was traveling internationally that were all kinds of just the same and if if our world has been our our history low network connection.
"last month" Discussed on Happy Abundant Hippies
"The information that we digest the belief that we have the way we act that we feel the thing the way we direct our life also has an energetic impact on the job Rations ahead in the generations previously if we do the energetic work welcome to the happy under hippies podcast my name is guidance to expand mentally emotionally financially and spiritual get ready to use the power of your mind to manifest that lifestyle and freedom you desire for doing well so I wanted to get on really quickly because I was doing reflecting on my last this month because this month is the beginning of October and it's also going to be my solar return which means My birthday is on October seventeenth so my one year the La- coming around I'm going to be twenty eight so that means twenty eight years around the on would would but I was reflecting on the last month the month of September and there was a lot that's happened on in that month that I it was really really good to reflect on as you guys may know on I went to Paris and London Mid-september and when I came back from the I learned that my grandma passed away why shouldn't pass away when I was gone she passed away like a week or so later after I came back and that brought up a lot of pass believe a lot of ancestral like a lot of like family her a lot of like made me think about my relationships with people and so it really had this catalyst that that that I had to pay attention to but anyway so here's a few things that I learned about myself about life and just things that things that I've known but are like coming to my attention a lot more and meeting the attention from me and so I'm learning to pay attention to to these areas but the first thing I learned about myself or generally is that mm-hmm traveling internationally has really increased my confidence in a new place in a new territory in an area where I don't know the language and the reason why it really has increased my confidence is because now that I kind of know like what it's like to travel internationally now I kind of know that lake when I am in an unfamiliar situation I can always count on myself I know that I can adapt very well I know that I do very well in those situations because now I've been put there and I've had to react and interact with other people and really manage my way around that and I was able to do that so well and knowing that it has increased the confidence in myself knowing that when a situation happens I will know what to do or at least like I will have that moment to react and I can only react in that moment mm-hmm because a lot of the times I would go back in the past and I would think things a law and I would just like go back and forth decisions and even after I made a decision and I'm going into this later you went after made a decision I'd still go back in wonder if that was the right decision for me so that is the first thing that I learned that traveling internationally or being an unfamiliar places as increase my confidence because I know that when I when I am something happens at the moment I can react well and I've known that about myself but now it's just been reassured and reaffirmed and I always know that with repetition we're with reaffirmed coming beliefs get stronger and stronger now the second thing that I learned is that family is so important like the good and the bad like I know we all have relationship with our family we all have not so much strong relationships with with our family but even whether we have a good or bad relationship there is this still like the fact that we are connected to our family members in such a deep way energetically through our beliefs attitudes through our DNA of course and through the memories of the DNA and the memories that have impact Palestine and times and traumas that have been paused passed on it's undeniable that we do have this connection and.
"last month" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Last month I discovered my eighty three year old father was being abused by my brother. my son sometimes threatens to kill I don't think he means it but he's strong all the time my neighbor Tom depends on his higher care giver for everything but she took off with her boyfriend hasn't been back in two days I made a seven two two but I'm nobody's fool that's why I'm ashamed to say I was taken by all those phone calls asking for money. swindle. the abuse of elders and. it's takes many forms abuse can be physical psychological or financial. California more than two hundred twenty five thousand cases occur every year two thirds of the users are family. this is not just a family matter faces it's a crime. if you suspect abuse call one eight four three six thirty six on a message from the California attorney general's. J. SO foes mark Levin Joe Joe Biden has slowed down considerably he was always slow slow down even more don't mention that trump mentally ill mentally on hands white supremacist white nationalists neo **** Klansmen antler Stalin Mazda Leni contra binds mental acuity Hey that's below the belt don't mention Joe Biden's mental acuity we mention the lack of it mark Levin turning liberal logic upside down week days three to six on talk radio five sixty KSFO. New York times story on Cavanaugh is still percolating out there and by the way I have a very teachable moment about that regarding trunks.
"last month" Discussed on WTVN
"The last month that there was information that the number two person in the European affairs department of the state department and if you recall we've long been looking at the state department looking for any information the state department had on Christopher still or anything involved in this Russia hoax so that information we now we now know that the government had that in two thousand and sixteen so the state department in October of two thousand sixteen emails went to the FBI saying things like that Christopher still was not believable that he wanted to he wanted to bring this out before the election that should be a big red flag also said that there that this with the the so called Russia hoax a population against trump are with trump the trump was a part of was being run out of the Russian consulate in Miami will it ends up guess what there is no Russian consulate Miami so this number two person at the state department in Cadillac she informed the FBI of these concerns now why is that important this is important for a number of reasons but first and foremost the FISA court should have had this the FBI had it the FISA court should have it before they went and spied on the trump campaign by get out of a war on Carter page another reason why this is important for the FBI is because the Congress under the Republican control last time ask for any thing and everything on Christopher steel clearly if we would have had this two and a half years ago when we started this investigation we would be in a much different place today than we are yeah so because this is clearly obstructing a congressional investigations of someone at the FBI determined to hide this information not provided to the court and what I'm concerned about is not provided to the U. S. Congress so they have till Friday to get it to us and if they don't we will make our night criminal referral basically we don't know exactly who at the F. B. I. struck to justice but some with durable or the the department of justice should be able to figure it out because there's emails that that went around and somebody decided not to give it to the Congress.
"last month" Discussed on KTRH
"Last month that there was information that the number two person in the European affairs department of the state department and if you recall we've long been looking at the state department looking for any information the state department had on Christopher still or anything involved in this Russia hoax so that information we now we now know that the government had that in two thousand and sixteen so the state department in October of two thousand sixteen emails went to the FBI saying things like that Christopher still was not believable that he wanted to he wanted to bring this out before the election that should be a big red flag also said that there that this with the the so called Russia hoax a population against trump are with trump the trump was a part of was being run out of the Russian consulate in Miami well it ends up guess what there is no Russian consulate Miami so this number two person at the state department in Cadillac she informed the F. B. I. of these concerns now why is that important this is important for a number of reasons but first and foremost the FISA court should have had this the FBI had at the FISA court should have it before they went and spied on the trump campaign by get out of a war on Carter page another reason why this is important for the FBI is because the Congress under Republican control last time ask for any thing and everything on Christopher steel clearly if we would have had this two and a half years ago when we started this investigation we would be in a much different place today than we are yeah so because this is clearly obstructing a congressional investigation so someone at the FBI determined to hide this information not provided to the court and what I'm concerned about is not provided to the U. S. Congress so they have till Friday to get it to us and if they don't we will make our night criminal referral basically we don't know exactly who that the F. B. I. struck to justice but someone Duron or the the department of justice should be able to figure it out because there's emails that that went around and somebody decided not to give it to the Congress.
"last month" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The last month that there was information that the number two person in the European affairs department of the state department and if you recall we've long been looking at the state department looking for any information the state department had on Christopher still or anything involved in this Russia hoax so that information we now we now know that the government had that in two thousand and sixteen so the state department in October of two thousand sixteen emails went to the FBI saying things like that Christopher still was not believable that he wanted to he wanted to bring this out before the election that should be a big red flag also said that there that this with the the so called Russia hoax a population against trunks are with trump the trump was a part of was being run out of the Russian consulate in Miami will it ends up guess what there is no Russian consulate Miami so this number two person at the state department in Cadillac she informed the FBI of these concerns now why is that important this is important for a number of reasons but first and foremost the FISA court should have had this the FBI had it the FISA court should have it before they went and spied on the trump campaign by get out of a war on Carter page another reason why this is important for the FBI is because the Congress under the Republican control last time ask for any thing and everything on Christopher steel clearly if we would have had this two and a half years ago when we started this investigation we would be in a much different place today than we are yeah so because this is clearly obstructing a congressional investigations of someone at the FBI determined to hide this information not provided to the court and what I'm concerned about is not provided to the U. S. Congress so they have till Friday to get it to us and if they don't we will make our night criminal referral basically we don't know exactly who at the F. B. I. struck to justice but some and durable or the the department of justice should be able to figure it out because there's emails that that went around and somebody decided not to give it to the Congress alright.
"last month" Discussed on AP News
"For last month two hundred twenty four thousand jobs added and he's pushing the federal reserve to go ahead and call it interest rate that we had a fad that would lower interest rate would be like a rocket yeah well we're playing a lot of a dress that it's unnecessary the president also says he might use an executive order to get a citizenship question added to the upcoming census he told reporters what happened last night when he misspoke during his fourth of July address the Continental Army suffered a bitter winter as the president laid out its glories during the revolutionary war he listed crossing the Delaware and ramming the ramparts ma'am them something George Washington soldiers couldn't have done in seventeen seventy five took over the airports today he's blaming a rain soaked a teleprompter right in the middle of that that one out saying it's not a good feeling when addressing millions of people but still I do very well so I was able to do without a teleprompter Sager make ani at the White House so thirty C. eight people have been treated for injuries after a utility malfunction triggered a blast at the university of Nevada Reno it's summertime so there aren't too many people on campus police are used to noise complaints on the fourth of July but in east Windsor Connecticut they got a call to give a snake its independence this is a P. radio news a Miami Dolphins players lost an arm after being injured in a car crash offensive tackle Kendrick Norton suffered multiple injuries in a car crash that resulted in his left arm being amputated the Florida highway patrol says the Ford F. two fifty Norton was driving crashed into a concrete barrier and overturned early Thursday on state route eight thirty six near Miami Norton played at the university of Miami and was drafted last year by the Carolina Panthers he spent much of the twenty eighteen season on the practice squad Norton sign with the dolphins in December I'm my company fifteen relatives of Kenyan victims killed in a plane crash in Ethiopia in March of rejected a plan by bowing to compensate them they say the bill pursue their own claims in court Boeing had offered a hundred million dollars over several years to help the families out I'm Jackie Quinn AP radio news more news right after this thank you for that farmers insurance we know every windshield collision has a unique sound beetle bird book drone seen it covered it click for more we are hundred my farmers.
"last month" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"The last month when he claimed to mass Trump's supporters shouting, racist and homophobic slurs beat him up in the middle of the night near as apartments building. Brothers told police Villette paid them to stage the attack if he's convicted he faces up to three years in prison, the Vatican's top sex crimes. Investigator says the church has a lot of work to do. They should come to know us. Friends of the safety of the children and you archbishop Charles chic. Luna addressing a Vatican summit on priest sex-abuse. The pope opened the four day meeting handing out at twenty one point list of guidelines with suggestions on mandatory codes of conduct for clergy and training people to spot abuse. CBS news has learned Robert Muller could release the results of his Russia investigation as soon as tomorrow and no later than mid March. Whether the public gets to see them is another question correspondent Steven Portnoy is at the White House Justice department regulations dating back to the Clinton era called for the special counsel to turn over a confidential report to the attorney general who then decides what to turn over to congress attorney general Bill bar installed just last week has promised transparency, but he has not committed to a full public release of Muller's report House Democrats say if they have to they'll subpoena the special counsel to testify about his findings are weather warnings and advisories posted for parts of the south. West that rarely see so much snow CBS has Carter Evans is watching the flakes fall in flagstaff account of pace in Arizona. It's about sixty miles south of here. Well, normally they get up just under two feet per season. This storm will likely.