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'Significant' evidence suggests Trump Organization misstated asset values for more than a decade, NY AG says

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

'Significant' evidence suggests Trump Organization misstated asset values for more than a decade, NY AG says

"After a civil investigation into his business practices uncovered evidence that he may have misstated the values of assets like golf courses in skyscrapers on financial statements for more than a decade trump had appealed the lower court's subpoena in papers filed late Monday Attorney General Leticia James's office said it had every right to question trump as it seeks to determine whether the mis represented value shown to lenders taxing authorities and other business interests constituted fraud and if so who committed that fraud the AG is also seeking to uphold a ruling forcing trump's two eldest children I Baca and Donald junior to testify Julie

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"leticia" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:41 min | 8 months ago

"leticia" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Monaco. I never seen somebody so effective. So talented. I remember one action he made where he made believe our entire team but also I think half of his teammate that he will give the ball he received the ball from the left that he will give the ball on the front left where he put the outside of his right foot and give the ball to the wing back the right wing back. And we all went on the left, our right, and we all were in the wrong position. It was, I said, not I never seen that in a football again in my life. I think that guy was a magician with the ball. I love malachi. But Leticia was a fantastic player because he was a real leader while he was playing for south center and I played many times against him. Fantastic player so I will is why I will keep I will play auto. I will, as you say, drop my T-shirt, but I will sell beer because I never felt that intensity of leadership obviously that I felt on audio and letitia. Hey, if you like this, then two of them hold one let us hear. Yes. Have you done something like this? Okay, don't be upset. Don't be upset. All right, Stevie. That's one guy who in a Sunday league. Playing that most incredible ball. Yeah, but you can't.

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DA: No charges for Cuomo from allegations by 2 women

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

DA: No charges for Cuomo from allegations by 2 women

"No no charges charges will will be be filed filed against against Andrew Andrew Cuomo Cuomo after after allegations allegations by by two two women women former former New New York York governor governor Andrew Andrew Cuomo Cuomo won't won't face face criminal criminal charges charges stemming stemming from from allegations allegations of of unwanted unwanted kissing kissing by by two two women women one one of of them them a a state state trooper trooper assigned assigned to to his his detail detail Westchester Westchester county county district district attorney attorney Mimi Mimi Rocca Rocca says says while while there there was was evidence evidence to to conclude conclude the the contact contact the the woman woman described described did did occur occur it it does does not not merit merit charges charges a a report report in in August August by by New New York York Attorney Attorney General General Leticia Leticia James James chronicled chronicled accusations accusations from from eleven eleven women women against against Cuomo Cuomo that that led led to to his his resignation resignation from from office office Cuomo Cuomo has has attacked attacked the the findings findings as as biased biased and and inaccurate inaccurate I'm I'm Shelley Shelley Adler Adler

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US started inquiry into Cuomo sexual harassment claims

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 10 months ago

US started inquiry into Cuomo sexual harassment claims

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting the the justice justice department department started started an an inquiry inquiry in in August August into into sexual sexual harassment harassment claims claims against against Andrew Andrew Cuomo Cuomo the the US US justice justice department department civil civil inquiry inquiry into into sexual sexual harassment harassment claims claims against against former former New New York York governor governor Andrew Andrew Cuomo Cuomo came came to to light light Thursday Thursday as as a a result result of of public public records records requests requests by by several several news news organizations organizations the the office office of of current current governor governor Kathy Kathy Hochul Hochul said said it it hired hired a a law law firm firm in in October October to to handle handle matters matters related related to to ongoing ongoing investigations investigations inherited inherited from from the the Cuomo Cuomo administration administration one one of of those those matters matters was was an an investigation investigation by by the the justice justice department's department's civil civil rights rights division division and and the the U. U. S. S. attorney's attorney's office office in in Brooklyn Brooklyn Cuomo Cuomo resigned resigned in in August August after after New New York York Attorney Attorney General General Leticia Leticia James James concluded concluded he he had had sexually sexually harassed harassed eleven eleven women women will will mold mold knowledge knowledge to to making making comments comments to to some some women women that that made made them them uncomfortable uncomfortable but but he he denies denies any any sexual sexual harassment harassment or or inappropriate inappropriate touching touching I I might might cross cross yeah yeah

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"leticia" Discussed on Fraudulationship to Freedom

Fraudulationship to Freedom

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"leticia" Discussed on Fraudulationship to Freedom

"Know you do things that you don't really feel great about. And i wanted an opportunity to start it or so. I left bermuda new tat on too good georgia state university and for the first time in years icon i. I felt like i was making headway. You know. I was focused on school. I was in a big city where not many people knew me and it felt good but then i met this guy and i sow really fast for him. Would it would be my first real relationship after my divorce. And he was a dj. So i was aware that he used cocaine while he d- jade to stay up late at night. And my naievty had me believing that that was all it was until korea full mancini new deal with them and i realized that his cocaine use was daily but i had never really been wrong someone that was an addicts and i think he knew that so. He was able to manipulate me. I able them for years. he literally drained me of all of the money that i hated and after that after i ran out of money back to bermuda to work for a short period of time the thought that i was going to go back to atlanta and marry him even though i knew that the situation was horrible i thought i was going to get married and be able to stay in the states then. I decided to surprise him. One day by flying out to atlanta. Giving to the apartment. That i was paying for even though i was living there and i walked in to find his wife. Oh boy he was already married was already married and had been married the entire three years of our relationship and you had no idea whatsoever about none and what is interesting is. I spent a lot of time with his family. A lot like thanksgiving. I was with his family christmas. I was with his family. Said there was nothing that indicated to me that he was in another relationship. So i find out that my my meal ticket auto bermuda is no more boy and i moved back bermuda and i was like you know you just got on yourself so forget about relationships forgettable guys just figured on yourself which idea and i say all working in commercial insurance and i started calling to working on me. If i'm honest. I started reading south. How books walking through south. How workbooks really starting to identify what i wanted. In my life and one of that one of the processes in wanted workbooks was defining. What your idea. Partner look like Some time doing it. I wrote this list. It was approximately forty five things. A what i needed in my next relationship and a couple of weeks later i meet this guy and then i say. He ticked all the boxes. He ticked all the boxes. But one. i'm five ten and i wanted someone. That was six for what and he was. Not that was shorted at me. But everything else. He met the requirements and for the last year of that relationship. I felt like i was in absolute bliss quickly were you. It was a good interaction between families. It was good and then one of his family members died at the beginning of the relationship. He had to at one point in time of his life he had used crack. And because of the relationship that i had in atlanta i was hyper vigilant about druggies. Because i moved how quickly things could spiral out of control right. Then this person died. I was terrified. That the guy that i was seeing with thought using and he absolutely did everything that i have been. Who'd onto this perfection of a relationship. Then oughta do been dude within days of him. Using and i then spent another nine months trying to get him into rehabilitation. During that time. I met this woman who was a drug and alcohol counselor but she also was a life coach and i was seeking help for my boyfriend and she said to mean the. I don't usually do this. I usually keep it very separate. But i see how broken you all and i want to help you and i was like girl enough wrong with me my friend you know. I just need helpful. My boyfriend a couple of weeks after that. I was arrested on my job because my boyfriend had code me to pick up a package and there was nothing abnormal about him doing so. He was a chef at the time he used the keta and he used to source his products from his job at a cheaper price so there were often times that will go pick up meet flown sp because he had a catering gig became anything of the until i go up this package and then i'm surrounded by security. He was arrested. And i thought nothing else will come. I got a coal from reception at my job. Saying police were there to see me here. Weiss me they take me to jail and i got my one flynn coal cycle. My momma and i was like look gotta get me a lawyer. I don't even know what's happening right now. Just got me a lawyer and unexplained one some other jail inside her conaty lawyer. She decided to come to the jail and sat behind the glass token to my mama through a soon to me. Why do you love everyone else more than you love yourself..

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"leticia" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"leticia" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Welcome back to the gym. Bohannon show at 18665. Oh, Jimbo! 1866554626. We're talking With Attorney John O'Connor. He's a trial attorney based in San Francisco. And we're looking at things that could happen to private citizen Andrew Cuomo as the break intervened. He was talking a bit about what charges he would bring to against Cuomo. Were he the prosecutor in the case, and there was, in fact going to be a prosecution pleads to conclude your thoughts. Well, Jim, I would say, you know that if you're going to look for criminal case, and I don't think there will be any, let me hasten that that but I would try something, and I'm sure they have degrees assault in New York. But an assault is any unwanted touching or uh or so forth. Uh, any unwanted intrusion on your bodily space. You can assault without touching someone. So it seems to me that if he comes up and you know, kisses someone that It's not wanting him to kiss him. Uh, you know that sort of thing If he's putting his hand where he shouldn't put it, which would offend normal behavior. If it's normal for someone to put a hand on a shoulder, then that's okay. But on the other hand, coming up to somebody and putting a hand on a woman's, uh, behind, that's something else. I think that's probably technically an assault. So there's enough of them so that each case proves the other. You get bring 11 of and maybe out of the 11. Maybe only seven of them are worthy of true assault allegations, But you bring those Now that said, I think that as I repeat, and I'm probably repeating myself, I think the deal has been cut. Nobody's going to prosecute the guy that really stalking about gosh. What a wonderful guy Andrew Cuomo as he did so many wonderful things, because, after all, he's a Democrat and boy he had. He was a little old fashioned here, and it's just too bad and he'll rehabilitate themselves. Biden is going to point him someplace. This thing is gonna blow over. Uh and by design. No, I don't think it should. And I hope these women keep at him, and I hope it's discovered whether Leticia James has agreed to indemnify him for everything. I think she probably has. So I think there's Some scandal to uncover here, but it's more in the realm of sort of in a way a certain kind of cover up of him. These things are not within the course and scope of his duties. It's one thing if you drive a car if Jim Bowen and this is in his business, and he runs into somebody and does a fender bender Your your your employer picks that up. If you're outside the scope, and you're just out on the lark. Well, you've done it your own insurance. So I think Andrew Cuomo should not be indemnified in this because nothing he did was in the course and scope of his duty in terms of Sexually harassing people. That's not something especially a guy who's issued an edict in 2013 about enough is enough and puts down all the rules that you can't violate any violates. So if there's one person who knows what the rules are, and those you can't violate its he, Andrew Cuomo. So that's where I would go on this. I think that we should watch Leticia James. I think reporters should be alert and ask them these questions. I think they'll forget about it. I think they're depending on media and Asia here. And things are going to move on. So I I hope I'm wrong. But unfortunately if you're cynical You're probably right. Fair enough. Alright, we'll ask him about a any civil suits in just a moment. Right now I call from Joe in Nashville for trial Attorney John O'Connor. Good evening, Jim. Greetings from a fellow and catcher and several suits was exactly what I wanted to ask Mr O'Connor to comment on. I understand. They're probably deals about criminal, uh, cases, you know, not being filed, but civil suits you got, uh The women on one side who claim uh, that that they were sexually assaulted or harassed. And then, uh, on the other side, the Children of men and women who died because of being supposed to covert. I know there's some Uh, yeah. Indemnity for, uh, for officials that is often unfair. They as you mentioned Mr O'Connor, but, uh, you know, the, uh Equal protection under the 14th amendment. You know you can't buy. It's not toots and then still claiming indemnity, so I'll ask what you think it seems like He's going to be, uh, the Cuomo will be just inundated with lawsuits. And of course, I guess that depends on the extent of the indemnification. Uh, John, right, and what I would say is on the Covid suits to stayed in New York is going to pay for every old person that died. Because of covid in those nursing homes. They're going to pay because their life expectancy is load. The payout is going to be lower than if you're a 40 year old, but they'll pay for that. And it's clearly negligent. It's just this thing that I don't think that that particular order is something that While it's negligent and stupid and all sorts of things, they're probably not going to get him criminally, and but the state will pay and then the state. Here's my point to the caller is the state will also pay these women to go away for the sexual harassment by Andrew Cuomo. And I think that's where I start scratching my head and saying, Well, I'm not so sure the state the taxpayers should be paying for Andrew Cuomo. For all his misadventures, but I think it's going to happen. That's where I think the reporters. Look, I have no problem might defended the government in many capacities and local state federal They should pay for the covid cases. They should indemnify. There's a live question is whether they should indemnify and pay for the settlement of the defense and the settlements of the women. I think they're going to do it. And you mark my words. They're not letting him out there alone to fend for himself and pay his legal bills. That's part of the deal. That was cut. He cut it and then what happens is they're hoping we'll forget in nine months from now. Reporters at a press conference have tasked Leticia James, did you agree? To defend Andrew Cuomo. She'll come up with a lot of big..

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New York Leaders Respond to Haiti Earthquake

Red Eye Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

New York Leaders Respond to Haiti Earthquake

"People dead and buildings reduced to rubble. Now we have reaction from leaders in New York. It was 11 years ago back in 2010 when the devastating 7.1 earthquake in Haiti killed Again hundreds of thousands of people here in New York Mayor Bill de Blasio responding. We are working with community leaders to get immediate aid to Haiti. Charlene and I are keeping our Haitian neighbors in New York and on the island in our thoughts and prayers. State Attorney General Leticia James reacting quote. We must do all that we can to support the Haitian people both in the immediate aftermath of this earthquake. And in the moments and months to come. My thoughts and prayers are with the people of Haiti and the Haitian communities here in New York foxes Alex Hogan America is listening to Fox News.

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Johnson & Johnson Agrees to End Opioid Sales in $230 Million Settlement

Grow like a Pro

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Johnson & Johnson Agrees to End Opioid Sales in $230 Million Settlement

"And Johnson agreeing to settle an opioids case in New York. The $230 million settlement is the biggest monetary settlement reached since Leticia James has been New York State's attorney general. It is part of an agreement with Johnson and Johnson that also has the company exiting the opioids business. It will no longer sell or manufacture opioids nationwide. This settlement helps Johnson and Johnson avoid trial, which was scheduled to open in this state next week.

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Did Trump Organization Misrepresent Asset Values?

Toby and Chilli

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Did Trump Organization Misrepresent Asset Values?

"Say they've opened a criminal investigation into the Trump organization. New York Attorney General Leticia James's office has been probing former President Trump's business over whether it misrepresented how much its assets are worth. The U. S

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Broadband Companies Paid for Millions of Fake "Net Neutrality" Comments to Regulators

The Vegas Take

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Broadband Companies Paid for Millions of Fake "Net Neutrality" Comments to Regulators

"Among those behind millions of fake net neutrality. Comments filed with the FCC New York Attorney General Leticia James says broadband industry companies paid more than $4 million for a campaign that generated more than 8.5 million. Fake comments to the FCC to quote create the appearance of grassroots opposition to net neutrality rules. Another nine million comments supporting that neutrality were found to have been made by a 19 year old college student talks is Tanya J. Powers that neutrality bars Internet service providers from blocking or throttling Web traffic or offering paid fast lanes and an army trainees been arrested after

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New York attorney general names leaders of Cuomo investigation

Frank Beckmann

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

New York attorney general names leaders of Cuomo investigation

"New York's attorney general, has chosen the lawyers who will lead the investigation to complaints about sexual harassment by Governor Mario Cuomo. New YORK Attorney General Leticia James has named Joon Kim and and Clark to oversee the investigation, which clears the path to begin looking into accusations of inappropriate behavior by Governor Andrew Cuomo. Him is a former acting U. S attorney for the Southern District of New York. And Clark is an employment discrimination lawyer. The New York Times reports that they will have subpoena power and the appointment is effective immediately. Since late last month, five women have come forward with accusations of sexual harassment or inappropriate behavior by the governor, even as some lawmakers have called for him to step down. Governor Cuomo says he quote Will not resign in New York. Tanya J. Powers,

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NY attorney general names team that will investigate Cuomo

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

NY attorney general names team that will investigate Cuomo

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting new York's Attorney General names a team that will investigate governor Andrew Cuomo you York Attorney General Leticia James has appointed a former federal prosecutor and an employment attorney to investigate allegations of sexual harassment against governor Andrew Cuomo James has tabbed jun Kim who was acting U. S. attorney for the Southern District of New York and employment attorney and Clark to conduct the probe several women including three former staff members have accused Cuomo of making inappropriate comments and in some cases giving them uncomfortable hugs or unwanted kisses Cuomo has denied touching anyone inappropriately on Sunday Cuomo said he does not intend to resign hi Mike Rossio

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NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo accused by third woman of unwanted sexual advances

Doug Stephan

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo accused by third woman of unwanted sexual advances

"The governor of New York of unwanted advances. The state attorney general's office is investigating. And now some are calling for Andrew Cuomo to resign. ABC is Monaco, Sohrab. He has more. New York lawmaker Kathleen Rice is the first Democratic Congress to demand Cuomo step down. Tweeting quote. The time has come. The governor must resign. Hours earlier. New York Attorney General Leticia James announcer investigation into previous allegations of sexual harassment against the governor. 25 year old Charlotte Bennett says Cuomo made unwanted advances toward her last spring. The latest accuser says Cuomo asked to kiss her and touch her lower back moments after meeting her at a wedding in 2019. There are three covert

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo under pressure in harassment probe

All Things Considered

04:28 min | 1 year ago

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo under pressure in harassment probe

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New York Attorney General Rejects Cuomo’s Proposal, Wants Full Power Over Sexual Harassment Investigation

The Joe Piscopo Morning

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

New York Attorney General Rejects Cuomo’s Proposal, Wants Full Power Over Sexual Harassment Investigation

"General has rejected Governor Cuomo's proposal regarding investigating sexual harassment claims against him on Sunday. The most special counsel and requested that Leticia James and Chief Judge Janet de Fiori jointly selected independent lawyer to investigate two recent harassment claims made by former aides to the governor. But James responded by saying state law dictates that Cuomo must provide her office with an official referral that includes subpoena power, James says Once she receives the referral, she stands ready to oversee the investigation to make any appointments necessary. New

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New York Gov. Cuomo asks state AG, top judge, to launch harassment probe

TED Radio Hour

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

New York Gov. Cuomo asks state AG, top judge, to launch harassment probe

"Andrew Cuomo was asking for an independent investigation into two allegations of sexual harassment. NPR's Joel Rose reports the Democratic governors accused of sexually harassing two women who worked for him. The governor's office is asking New York state's attorney general and chief judge to jointly appoint an independent lawyer to investigate allegations of sexual harassment. Initially, Cuomo's office said the probe would be led by a former federal judge, but lawmakers in both parties questioned whether that was a good choice. New York Attorney general Leticia James released her own statement, saying she's ready to oversee the investigation and that it should include subpoena power. The second accuser came forward. In an interview published by The New York Times this weekend. Former Cuomo AID Charlotte Bennett says the governor asked inappropriate questions about her sex life. Cuomo says he did ask personal questions but denies doing anything quote inappropriate. Joel

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NRA counter-sues New York attorney general trying to dismantle gun rights group

The Takeaway

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

NRA counter-sues New York attorney general trying to dismantle gun rights group

"Is countersuing New York State's attorney general Leticia James. The move coming is James continues her legal effort to dissolve the gun rights group. Here's NPR's Brian Mann. James sued the N R a last August in the state court in Manhattan, alleging its leaders, including Wayne LaPierre committed fraud, siphoning off tens of millions of dollars in charitable contributions. At the time. James, a Democrat who supports tough gun control measures, said she hoped to quote dissolve the N R A because no organization is above the law. Now, the N R A, which is incorporated in New York is countersuing. In a new legal filing. The gun group accuses James of inappropriately using state laws to target a political organization, calling the effort of blatant and malicious retaliation campaign. Earlier this year, the financially troubled gun rights group filed for bankruptcy and announced plans to reincorporate in Texas. Brian Mann NPR NEWS A federal judge has

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Grand jury declines to charge officers in Daniel Prude's death in Rochester, New York

WGN Programming

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Grand jury declines to charge officers in Daniel Prude's death in Rochester, New York

"General Leticia James argues the U. S criminal justice system needs to be changed to alter the treatment of black suspects. The system too often allows offices to use deadly force. Unnecessarily and without consequence, and that is a system that at its core is broken. Reacting to a grand jury's vote not to charge officers involved in last winter's deadly arrest of 41 year old Daniel Prude in Rochester, his death ruled homicide. Board.

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"leticia" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"leticia" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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New York Sues Amazon, Saying It Inadequately Protected NYC Workers From Covid-19

Brian Lehrer

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

New York Sues Amazon, Saying It Inadequately Protected NYC Workers From Covid-19

"New York's attorney general, is suing Amazon over the company's alleged mistreatment of workers during the pandemic. Attorney General Leticia James says the company failed to take adequate health and safety measures. To protect employees in New York, for example, by knowingly operating at Staten Island warehouse with dozens of workers who had the Corona virus and not notifying other workers who came into contact with them. James says the company also illegally fired employees who raised concerns. A spokesperson for Amazon says the lawsuit doesn't paint an accurate picture of the company's actions. It sued James's office last week, alleging that she is overstepping

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New York Governor Defends Temporarily Withholding Nursing Home Coronavirus Data

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

New York Governor Defends Temporarily Withholding Nursing Home Coronavirus Data

"Governor Andrew Cuomo, responding today, after the state attorney there, Leticia James revealed a recording of the governor and his team, apparently withholding information from Slate state legislators on the number of coronavirus deaths and nursing homes. Elmo insisted there was no cover of the New York State D O H. Has always fully and publicly reported all covert deaths in nursing homes and hospitals. They have always been fully reported On Friday, the governor's top aide, Melissa Derosa, confirmed there were concerns of political backlash by the Trump administration if they revealed those numbers.

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"leticia" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"leticia" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Nothing this. This is we're at such a low right now. I just hope it doesn't get any lower. Yeah, well again, the governor coming under fire this morning, it is bad. It is bad, supposedly responsible for at least 18,000. More deaths at nursing homes here in New York. The attorney general Leticia James, has a 26 page report that says the governor is lying, and he's been denying all along and blaming of comm pointing fingers. As a matter of fact, one of the one of most egregious was this one. Take a listen older people vulnerable people are going to die from this virus. That is going to happen despite whatever you do, because with all our progress as a society, we can't keep everyone alive. Despite what everything you do, and older people Are more vulnerable. How about sending them to the hospital ship? How about, uh, about ceasing your mandate that the one that you signed with Dr Death Howard Zucker. How about now? Wait, waiting 46 days before you rescind that order, among other things, But then when we have audio of Cuomo that you can't believe throughout the morning, we'll play it as we go along. Hey, look, when I speak to author I dolla in the eight o'clock hour in the meantime, on the drive home today, Catch the run down with Lydia, who's coming up on this show at 8 25 letting reports but Today at four o'clock with the rundown with Lydia compelling talk and conversation.

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"leticia" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"leticia" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Holmes to accept coronavirus patients early in the pandemic. State's Attorney General Leticia James says the number of nursing home deaths may have been under reported by more than 50%. New Yorker Republican congresswoman, at least pathetic, telling Fox's Hannity It's the first step toward justice is a massive corruption scandal at the highest level of New York state government. There have been advocates who have lost loved ones who have been asking for answers, accountability and transparency, and at every turn, the governor and his staff had have smeared those individuals. Health director says nursing home patients who died from the virus at hospitals were counted as hospital deaths. Another 4011 deaths in the U. S yesterday. Blamed on the coronavirus making January the deadliest month since the outbreak began. South Carolina health officials trying to figure out how to residents contracted the more contagious South African variant. America is listening to Fox News. In our final episode of house of Broken Dreams, you'll learn about some of the wild and false leads Cassie family has received over the years she calls me way Got it will go on. Get ready to go get ready to go. I'm like I'm not going anywhere till you tell. Miss Jennifer Turns out they yanked her right off the street. You have no idea how many times we have been through like those kind of scenarios. People swear they had information available now on Apple podcasts. Fox News broadcasts networks. It's the Fox News rundown. Start your day With a contrast of perspectives, you won't hear anywhere else. Daily Morning podcast going far beyond the headlines tapping into the massive reporting resource is of Fox News to provide a full picture of the news of the day. I'm Dana Pary. No, I'm bred there. I'm just a tireless I'm Chris Wallace. And this is the Fox News. Sit down, Listen and subscribe now by going up fox news podcasts dot com In three New Year's resolutions come and go, So your business needs more than.

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New York Gov. Cuomo accused of undercounting nursing home deaths in wake of report

Sean Hannity

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

New York Gov. Cuomo accused of undercounting nursing home deaths in wake of report

"McKinney, New York's attorney general, is accusing Governor Cuomo's administration of undercounting coronavirus nursing home deaths by as much as 50%. Well, the state has the nursing home death toll it more than 8500. In a report released, Attorney General Leticia James thinks that's off by thousands. She points to one example where our home reported 11 deaths, but her count was 40. Including some who died in the hospital. She accuses the Cuomo administration of on Lee counting deaths in the homes and not residents who died after being transferred to the hospital. The report also shows many nursing homes allegedly did not comply with infection control policies. Also accusations there was insufficient covert testing in homes in the early stages

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"leticia" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"leticia" Discussed on KOMO

"Calm This is KOMO Seattle KOMO FM Oakville From ABC News. Derek Dennis. Relief is on the way to Americans struggling amid the Corona virus pandemic. President Biden signing executive orders this week focusing on economic and hunger relief Fighting is calling for another sweeping economic stimulus package in the range of $2 trillion. It would include another round of direct stimulus payments to most Americans. This time to the tune of $1400.600 dollars, which is already past is simply not enough. He's also calling for extended unemployment benefits more money for small businesses and $160 billion for vaccine distribution and tested a B C's Andrew Dember too many states, they're still reporting a rising number of coronavirus cases and deaths, putting January on track to be the nation's deadliest month. For covert 19. On average. This week, an American death from Cove in 19 was reported every 30 seconds, and some states that were already ravaged by the virus over the summer are once again seeing a surge. Florida reporting a record tying 277 deaths Friday, along with 14,000 new cases, and the CDC says Arizona has the highest number of cases per capita in the country. NBC's Trevor Ault Violent confrontation in the middle of an intersection in Tacoma, Washington Saturday night. Police responding to multiple 911 calls of a disturbance in the street when they arrived, they found about 100 people and multiple cars blocking traffic. One police vehicle was surrounded by the crowd, and authorities say the officer inside tried to drive forward to safety and struck one person, possibly more. Demonstrator was taken to a local hospital. The city's police chief is promising a full investigation. Fans of broadcasting legend Larry King or sad over his death, many visiting the talk show host star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Earlier this month, King had been hospitalized with Tobin 19. But the cause of his death is unknown at this time. King spent six decades interviewing an estimated 50,000 people from all walks of life. A veces Leticia War is you're listening to ABC News. They're pounding on the door. They're calling on the phone. It's that collectors..

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"leticia" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"leticia" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Death putting January on track to be the nation's deadliest month for covert 19, on average this week in American Death from Cove in 19 was reported every 30 seconds, and some states that were already ravaged by the virus over the summer are once again seeing a search. Florida reporting a record tying 277 deaths Friday, along with 14,000 new cases, and the CDC says Arizona has the highest number of cases per capita in the country. ABC is Trevor Ault. Violent confrontation in the middle of an intersection in Tacoma, Washington Saturday night. Police responding to multiple 911 calls of a disturbance in the street when they arrived, they found about 100 people and multiple cars blocking traffic. One police vehicle was surrounded by the crowd, and authorities say the officer inside tried to drive forward to safety and struck one person, possibly more. Demonstrator was taken to a local hospital. The city's police chief is promising a full investigation. Fans of broadcasting legend Larry King or sad over his death, many visiting the talk show host star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame earlier, this one King had been hospitalized with Coben 19. But the cause of his death is unknown at this time. King spent six decades interviewing an estimated 50,000 people from all walks of life. A B C's Leticia War is you're listening to ABC News. They're pounding on the door. They're calling on the phone. It's the collectors. It's those credit cards. You ran up trying to start your business. Now you found out that a deviate hurts the family and brings the pain home. Do you remember hearing these commercials on radio for over.

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"leticia" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"leticia" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Members of Congress are demanding an investigation into how the Pentagon decided to move the U. S Space Command headquarters from Colorado to Alabama. Congressman Joe Garmendia of California and Jim Cooper of Tennessee. Both requested yesterday that the Defense Department inspector general look into that decision. There's concern that the president may have had much too much influence on that move. Leticia Stout has been found competent to stand trial for the murder of her steps on 11 year old Gannon, prosecutor Michael Allen says it's taken a long time to get to this point. We're approaching. Ah, year since again went missing and, you know, we want to get this case moving. Leticia Stock was arrested in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, in early March of last year. The boy's body was found in pace, Florida on March 18th. After two mental competency tests. A judge has scheduled a preliminary hearing for March. 11th and 12th The bachelor. It's Clear Creek. Claire Crawley. Excuse me and Dale Moss have decided to go their separate ways. They took to Instagram to announce that they've decided to split and call off their engagement after five months. He called the split the healthiest decision for both of us at this time, Page six, reporting a couple called it quits Last week, Viewers of the ABC reality series were thrown into a frenzy when Claire chose Dale just weeks after her season started. And forcing the show to cast a second lead tight. Tasha Adams midway through the season by late night, is celebrating the final hours of President Donald Trump in the White House during Jimmy Kimmel Live Last night, Kimmel joked about Trump's final hours as commander in chief. It's the end of an error at I'm not sure what to feel right now. It feels like the night before my wedding and my divorce all rolled up into one. Other late night host like Jimmy Fallon and James Corden took turns roasting Trump. Fallon compared the Trump Administration, leaving to the feeling of relief when the nasal swab is removed from your nose during a covert test. You're weighing in on the president's legacy on our social media channels, both on Twitter and on Facebook this morning, the president making comments right now a joint Andrews Air Force Base, We're gonna hear some of those comments here in just a moment on Colorado's morning news. Checking your drive right now. John Morrissey..

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"leticia" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"leticia" Discussed on KCRW

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"leticia" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"leticia" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Justices As he prepares to name a nominee this weekend. He took questions during an event with state's attorney's general on social media abuses. Meantime, a judge's telling Eric Trump, he has to give a deposition soon in a New York investigation boxes. Gunnel Scott has this live Lisa Eric Trump will be deposed for a New York state probe into the property's owned by the Trump Organization and how they were financed. It was to have already happened. But Eric Trump's lawyers said an extreme travel schedule for his father's reelection prevented it. New York State Attorney General Leticia James called that reason false. State Justice Arthur Anger on ruled the reason wasn't justified, saying the deposition under oath must be done by October. 7th. Lisa Thanks good all the curfew in place and protests underway in Louisville after a grand jury's decision in a deadly police shooting. Fox's Jeff Man also has this live Lisa. No charges in the police shooting death of reality Taylor in my Large during a narcotics raid in Louisville, with Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron making clear a couple of key points that officers were fired upon first by Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, fired the shot that hit Sergeant Mattingly. And there's no evidence to support that Sergeant Mattingly Is hit by friendly fire from other officers. The world was not sewed as a no knock warrant, though he now fired Louisville officer brought Hankinson He's charged by a grand jury with three counts of wanton endangerment for shooting into a neighboring apartment. Lisa thanks Jeff Taylor's boyfriend, telling investigators he thought an intruder was breaking in. There were no drugs found in Taylor's apartment. Big sell off on Wall Street, The Dow down 5 25 at the close America is listening to Fox News. News radio K LBJ. I'm John Cooley. This news, a service of Walden dental activists, protestors and more, pledging the rally in downtown Austin tonight following the Louisville Grand Juries results involving the police shooting death of Briana Taylor and while one officers facing wanton endangerment charges, others wanted to see murder charges laid out back in June. Austin Public Health said numerous labs were not returning Kobe test results in any sort of timely fashion. Travis County Health Authority, Dr Martin Ask up today says a significant number of test sites are still not digitally reporting. We have many pharmacies, we have many urgent care clinics in free state humor rooms that are not doing that reporting. Those who continue to failed to report digitally will face a Class C misdemeanor and almost 20,000 jobs were at a bank to Austin's payrolls in August. Chamber of Commerce says that narrows the pandemic related job losses to about 50,000. Overall. Kevin J. Radar Weather Watch..

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"leticia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"leticia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You're listening to Bloomberg Law with Joon Grosso from Bloomberg Radio. The New York attorney general is suing to dissolve the NRA, accusing the gun rights group of engaging a massive fraud against donors. Attorney General Leticia James claims that pop sorry officials, including its longtime leader, Wayne LaPierre, have been using the nonprofit organization as their personal piggy bank. Illegally diverting more than $64 million from the organization. In the last three years alone, they use millions upon millions of dollars from the for personal use. Including for lavish trips for themselves and their families, private jets, expensive meals and other private travel. My guest is Second Amendment expert Adam Winkler, a professor in law school. Adam, the New York Eiji alleges massive fraud, corruption and self dealing. But breath of it is stunning. What strikes you most about the allegations? We'll just the breath of them. There's so many allegations that does seem like the NRA leadership has been running the organization without much oversight from the board of directors that their insider deals for directors. There's officers like Wayne LaPierre that negotiated a secret $17 million and the patient package for what He leaves the sounds like something you'd expect of a Fortune 500 company, not a nonprofit organization. Like the NRA, William Brewer, the NRA's lawyer, said. The truth is, the transactions in question have been reviewed, vetted and approved. It seems like that would be a hard defense to make in light of some of these expenses, like the private jets for LaPierre is family. And more than a quarter of a million dollars in designer clothes. How can they prove that those kinds of expenses were proper? Well, I think they really have no choice because the actual transaction happens. They can't deny that they haven't on under New York law. Nonprofits can't engage in some kind of insider deals, but Two with longtime ad agency Ackerman McQueen, aka MacLean was responsible for the messaging for more than three decades. And it really worked hand in hand with the NRA, including creating an R V and been the brainchild behind so much of what we associate as the NRA message, and that lawsuit is very nasty, and a lot of leaks have come out that suggests that there's been Malfeasance inside the LRA, But it was nonetheless pretty surprising these allegations for two reasons. One they were surprising allegations such $17 million compensation package for Wayne LaPierre that hasn't come out previously. Also that the remedy sought by the New York attorney general dissolution of the Ray is the kind of remedy that's really reserved or organizations that engage in persistent fraud or illegality, So it was really remarkable and surprising that such a broad and aggressive remedy was chosen. Well, this isn't the first high profile cherry that James has targeted. But the allegations in our suit against the Trump Foundation just pale In comparison to these allegations, Trump dissolved his foundation voluntarily. But the NRA is not going to do that. What are the chances that they would actually be required to dissolve? Well, it's really hard to say. Obviously, it seems hard to imagine that the NRA vast national organization with chapters in every state and training programmes for police officers. Would actually go out of business. It seems pretty crazy just in the sense of this such a big organization. We wouldn't expect that he's such a thing. The Trump Charitable Foundation was put out of business, but it was only Donald Trump in a few people who work for him who were organizing that terrible foundation. It wasn't nearly the size of the bag. I think that makes dissolution a little bit less likely, because there's goingto be plenty of things that the NRA has been doing that's perfectly legal, perfectly appropriate. But I think that this is an opening salvo in these kinds of situations regulator often bring their charges to begin a negotiation and it's really the negotiated settlement that really determines what the remedy will be expecting this case. It'll probably be something like removal of certain directors or officer of some restitution for some of the deals and transactions that have gone on. But disillusions probably not in the cards in a long run to the NRA, so this is not likely to go to trialling. In your view. Well, hard to say, You know, I don't want to predict the future too much, one of the things about requesting disillusion as a remedy. I think it does sort of put the LRA back to the wall and make it may be less likely that they will engage in a negotiated settlement if the attorney general has simply saw it. To remove certain directors and certain officers like Wayne LaPierre and appoint a receiver to oversee the appointment of new directors for a short period of time. It's the kind of thing that could have put pressure on other board members to push for settlement and for a reform, But now that this illusion is on the table, I think it's going to be a long while before we get a resolution in this case. Adam. The NRA countersued, accusing the attorney general of violating the group's free speech rights and unfairly targeting the gun rights lobby are those strong claims. I think the NRA suit is baseless and not going to go anywhere. Let these allegations were first brought to light by the Rays lawsuit with it. That agency no matter who the attorney general Wass whether it was Letitia James, who clearly doesn't like the NRA has said so or someone else, they would have had to take action in light of the grievous nature of some of the entire deals that the leadership has engaged in. And I don't think that arguing the prosecutors are politically motivated, really ever got any defendant very far in a court of law, The DC attorney general also sued the NRA. How does that play in here? No, I'm sure that these prosecutions are related about these actions by the attorney general of the Sea and the attorney general of New York are somewhat coordinated and that they're sharing information and the same basic set of facts. The Honore has two different nonprofit organizations charitable arm that's chartered in Washington, D. C. That's the one that they, D C attorney general is going after and the National Rifle Association that we often think about the organization that's formed in New York and that the attorney general of New York is going after This lawsuit, plus the infighting that preceded it, and the drain on resource is affect the political That listen to the NRA and that really care about gun rights. Onda pose gun control. I think those voters are still going to make their voices heard Come Election day at the same time. There's no way that all this this organization and disarray and focus of the NRA on this lawsuit with Akram Mental clean and now on the lawsuits by the New York and D C. Attorney general, How can that not be a distraction for top leaders probably won't be able to spend that kind of time and energy focusing on the 2020 election that they'd like to Thanks, Adam. That's Adam Winkler of the law school..

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"leticia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"leticia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Roofing siding, windows and doors and no interest till 2022. Call for 10 5050277 or go to Pete. Custom remodeling dot com. The unemployment rate in Maryland is that's highest in two months. Over 66,000 people filed for benefits last week, which is the highest since the week ending May 2nd. Maryland is in Phase two of re opening in many residents have returned to work over the last few weeks. Baltimore City will be expanding its covert 19 testing capabilities by going mobile next week, Health Commissioner Dr Leticia Terrazas says, while the overall Corona virus positivity rate in the city is just over 5% The rate is as high as 20% in some neighborhoods. Despite an Arundel counties, low rate of Corona virus leaders announced new and stricter measures to help prevent a new surgeon cases and avoid another lock down. They include increased screening and new regulations regarding face mask to be worn at all times were social distancing is not possible. House speaker and former Little Italy Rest. Resident Nancy Pelosi weighed in on the toppling of the Columbus statue earlier this month, Pelosi told reporters yesterday. If the community doesn't want a statue, the statue shouldn't be there. Governor. Hogan said he was disappointed Pelosi has lost touch with her Baltimore roots. Montgomery County Police charged 2 23 year old mother in the death of her 15 month old daughter, Kara. Tolson admitted she started the young girl for over three weeks and placed her body and pillows sheets than a dumpster. They were unable to recover the body, but police say evidence in Tolson's apartment corroborates her account. WCBM news Time. 10 31 will have a brief look at sports and your Weather Channel forecast is next, a wcbm listeners.

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"leticia" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"leticia" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"leticia" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"leticia" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"leticia" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"leticia" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Lloyd in a heated exchange with judge Leticia Marquez during a court hearing ahead of his next murder trial for Clayton's death in may Lloyd already been sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of murder for the death of his ex girlfriend Sade Dixon the world is spending almost a million dollars to help save an endangered whale species that's gathering off the Florida coast the only real calving ground that is known for the North Atlantic right will use that in Jacksonville so this is very much a part of doctor Hendrick Nolan says the SeaWorld Busch gardens conservation fund will help pay for new role plus traps they can be used by people who fish for crab and lobster Nolan says eighty five percent of northern right whales are physically scarred after being caught up in rope lines and many don't survive there are only about four hundred ten northern right whales left at sea lawyers for the national rifle association reviving a lawsuit filed over the state's restrictions that increase the age to purchase a long gun or rifle two twenty one for more than a year the NRA's lawsuit only name to Jane doe or John does the lead plaintiffs but a court challenges forcing them to name an actual person so attorneys refiled their lawsuit naming Redford fan the son of former state representative J. fan of Jacksonville the attorney general's office is reportedly working on scheduling within our aid lawyers they are Irene eying a potential trial in the case by this summer box climbing their way out of last place after a victory on Sunday the Tampa Bay Buccaneers picked up their fourth win of the season thirty five to twenty two over the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday afternoon in Atlanta in the NFC south race that pushes the bikes and head of the falcons for last place in the division Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians and woody so different from his team than in previous weeks Stan balance either we ran the ball most of the day pretty rough roads and specially paid at the end which was run at heart and that gives a chance for play action the Buccaneers will be back in action on Sunday afternoon as they head to Jacksonville to battle the Jack wires I'm chase and bank your news radio WFLA it's seven oh five good morning we'll figure show that sixty three thousand new Yorkers a year are moving to Florida according to the census bureau and many will be coming or going this week all the stores have been preparing for the shorter than usual holiday shopping season starting this week bill be promoting ordering online for pick up at the store which is increasingly popular in the stores love it too because they don't have to pay the cost of the shipping some walmarts will have employees with mobile checkout scanners out in the aisles so customers can avoid the check out lines and retailers say the reason target is doing so well is the target is constantly making changes while continuing to increase sales at the same time most of the other stores say their sales are down because they're changes have been shown results yet in a big potential blow to uber regulators in London say they're close to revoking uber's license to operate because they allow passengers to get in the vehicles with drivers who are potentially unsafe unlicensed and uninsured for news radio WFLA I'm Joe Connelly with the Bloomberg business up.

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"leticia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"leticia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Morella Iraq explains employees across five agencies such as the fire and parks departments will be asked to report when they encounter homeless people on the streets and subways using a three one one app social services commissioner Steven banks says that will allow outreach teams to be more effective this is giving us the ability to respond more quickly to individuals and to see individuals who we might not have seen our own without the eyes and ears of the city workforce advocates say the city needs to create more housing for the street homeless instead of expanding outreach New York is suing Ella tronic superstore B. NH for allegedly failing to pay the state millions of dollars it owed in sales tax state Attorney General Leticia James says the company failed to pay taxes on the instant rebates it gave customers even though it was reimbursed for them by the equipments manufacturers she said the lawsuit stems from a whistle blower complaint in twenty seventeen the mid town retailer settled a lawsuit with the US department of labor over allegations of workplace discrimination bias and harassment a being a spokesperson says this is an industry wide practice and that the company has done nothing wrong New York Mets pitcher Jacob the ground has gone back to back the Mets ace was awarded his second straight National League Cy Young Award and becomes the eleventh player in major league history to win in consecutive years the ground told the MLB network he's humbled to play the game he loves I said it was a dream to win one but to win back to back honestly I'm kind of speech us right now the ground led the National League with two hundred fifty five strike outs this season he now joins Tom Seaver as the only Mets pitchers to win multiple.

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