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McCarthy Derides Kinzinger and Cheney As "Pelosi Republicans"

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

McCarthy Derides Kinzinger and Cheney As "Pelosi Republicans"

"Testimony on the capital riot starts today in Washington. CBS is Linda Kenyon reports. The committee was supposed to be composed of 13 members, eight Democrats and five Republicans. But House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy pulled all five of his members after Speaker Pelosi rejected two of them. Even before McCarthy pulled his members. Pelosi had named Republican list Cheney to take one of the Democratic seats and Pelosi later appointed Republican Adam Kinzinger. Their appointments prompted McCarthy to call them Pelosi Republicans, while Cheney and Kinzinger shot back calling

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McConnell on coronavirus relief: Senate "ought to pass what we can agree on"

America in the Morning

02:25 min | 1 year ago

McConnell on coronavirus relief: Senate "ought to pass what we can agree on"

"Billion coronavirus stimulus bill hit another snag on Capitol Hill. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has the latest Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, who sets the floor agenda says No. A comprehensive approach to coronavirus stimulus. Is not the path he will take. It remains my view that we ought to pass what we can agree on, and that means many things. P Peopie vaccine delivery. Additional assistance, health care providers in a variety of other things that are not controversial. What is controversial, he says, is liability protection. This is not just about business is it's about universities about charities. And others who see this developing epidemic of lawsuits headed their way and it's not total immunity. It wouldn't protect you if you were grossly negligent. Would engage intentional misbehavior. Democrats do not support liability protection. They do support aid to state and local governments. Senator McConnell does not a lot of members on our side. Look at the various states that received $150 billion We did in the Caress Act and wonder if this is the monster will need, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says. Of course it's demonstrably need. Senator McConnell has put the jobs of firefighters Ambulance workers, sanitation officers, police officers in jeopardy. Every governor and mayor across the country has been fighting to keep these people working. And McConnell is pulling the rug out from under them. Senator Schumer also says aid to state and local governments is bipartisan. The state and local funding provisions have broad bipartisan support. The National Governors Association and within the Senate, many Republicans support state and local funding. That's why Senator Schumer says the majority leader should allow a vote on a bipartisan, bicameral, covert released bill that includes a more broad approach. Senator McConnell says. That's just not going to happen. Leaving here without a covert relate package cannot happen. The bill might be attached to a year and government funding bill. Even Senator McConnell says it probably won't be the last word. We'll be back out this after the first of the year. Linda Canyon Washington 18 after religious high school

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House committees subpoena top Pompeo aides over IG firing

Ray Appleton

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

House committees subpoena top Pompeo aides over IG firing

"House Democrats issue subpoenas for four top aides to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Linda Kenyon has more. The subpoenas issued by the top Democrats on three congressional committees are part of a joint investigation into the firing a former State Department inspector general Steve Linen. Democrats say they issued the subpoenas because the Trump administration has stone while the investigation Inspectors general are supposed to work independently of any administration. But the firing of linen has lead to questions about whether the Trump Administration cross that boundary.

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Democrats subpoena State Department aides in probe of IG's firing

Rush Limbaugh

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Democrats subpoena State Department aides in probe of IG's firing

"Issuing subpoenas for depositions from four top aides to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo correspondent Linda Kenyon. The subpoenas issued by the top Democrats on three congressional committees are part of a joint investigation into the firing of former State Department inspector general Steve Linen. Democrats say they issued the subpoenas because the Trump administration has stone while the investigation inspectors general are supposed to work independently of any administration, But the firing of linen has lead to questions about whether the Trump Administration cross that boundary. The National Hurricane

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Supreme Court allows religious, moral exemptions for employers opposed to contraceptives

Mark Levin

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Supreme Court allows religious, moral exemptions for employers opposed to contraceptives

"Weighing in on a religious exemption case, the Supreme Court says employers Can opt out of the affordable care act birth control mandate due to religious or moral objections. The ruling, which supports the Trump administration's argument, says organizations do not have to provide the cost free access to contraceptive care through their employer provided health insurance plans, but only if they cite those objections. Respondent Linda Kenyon, the mayor of

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Surgeon General offers 4th of July message: Wearing a mask means 'more freedom'

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Surgeon General offers 4th of July message: Wearing a mask means 'more freedom'

"A top U. S health official has a message for Americans is Fourth of July holiday weekend. Correspondent Linda Kenyon is in Washington, surgeon General Jerome Adam says where a mask speaking on NBC's today show, General, Adam said in his words We will actually have more independence and more freedom, saying more places will be able to stay open and there will be less spread of the disease. He also said people should consider circumstances before attending large gatherings, saying large gatherings present the biggest risk right

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Fed will use 'full range of tools' to boost economy

John Howell

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Fed will use 'full range of tools' to boost economy

"The federal reserve says covert nineteen is taking a toll on U. S. and global economies here's Linda Kenyon with more the federal reserve says the outbreak of the virus is causing what it terms tremendous human and economic hardship across the United states around the world in its semi annual monetary report to Congress the fed says it will use what it calls its full range of tools to pull the country out of recession and will keep interest rates low through twenty twenty two the report comes two days after policy meeting where the central bank kept its benchmark interest rate at a record low of zero two zero point two five

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Schumer calls on McConnell to schedule vote on police reform

Doug Stephan

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Schumer calls on McConnell to schedule vote on police reform

"And address systemic racism in America the Senate's top Democrat Chuck Schumer says the justice in policing act introduced in the house this week is the best solution to reform the criminal justice system if we pursue this bill the public's on our side and we will do very well but Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says Republicans are devising their own bill led by the only black Republican in the U. S. Senate how does senator Tim Scott to lead a group that is working on a proposal the congressional black caucus led the effort behind the house bill Linda Kenyon Washington the democratic Senate primary in Georgia too early to call in the state candidates must win with more than fifty percent of the vote to avoid a runoff voters reported long lines I'm John trout protests

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Breonna Taylor: Police killed black woman after storming home in hunt for suspect already in custody, lawsuit says

Bloomberg Best

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Breonna Taylor: Police killed black woman after storming home in hunt for suspect already in custody, lawsuit says

"Protests across America from Seattle to Miami protests were the order of the day our Linda Kenyon says one of the biggest continues tonight in the nation's capital the protesters have been braving downpours in the nation's capital chanting black lives matter and say his name referring to George floor but they're also recognizing other black Americans who died as a result set today would have been Brianna Taylor's twenty seventh birthday she was an emergency medical technician shot in her own bed when police burst into the wrong apartment to execute a no knock search warrant the incident in Louisville Kentucky happened in March but it's getting a lot more attention now following the police involved killing of George

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Senate leaders speak out against violent protests, looting

Curtis Sliwa

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Senate leaders speak out against violent protests, looting

"Senate leaders are against speaking out against violence that's permeated the protests over the death of George Floyd correspondent Linda canyon with that story Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says peaceful protests are one thing but what's been going on is quite another the streets of a major American cities or again the saying of looting and violent rioting that serves no purpose minority leader Chuck Schumer says president trump himself has been undermining peaceful protest the president's relentless need to make a weak man feel strong led him to order federal law enforcement officers to gas peacefully assembled Americans so we could see need his way to a church photo op the president held up a Bible in front of the historic Saint John's Episcopal Church which had been set on fire over the weekend Linda Kenyon Washington

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McConnell: George Floyd protests 'hijacked' by rioters

Curtis Sliwa

01:44 min | 2 years ago

McConnell: George Floyd protests 'hijacked' by rioters

"Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says peaceful protests are one thing but what's been going on is quite another the streets of a major American cities or again the saying of looting and violent rioting that serves no purpose minority leader Chuck Schumer says president trump himself has been undermining peaceful protest the president's relentless need to make a weak man feel strong led him to order federal law enforcement officers to gas peacefully assembled Americans so we could see need his way to a church photo op the president held up a Bible in front of the historic Saint John's Episcopal Church which had been set on fire over the weekend Linda Kenyon Washington governor Cuomo says while he continues to support peaceful protest he's completely disappointed and outraged by widespread looting here in New York and the police in New York City we're not affected at doing their job last night almost suggested the national guard could be deployed if city officials ask meantime there's a curfew crackdown starting at eight PM instead of eleven continuing through five AM and extending through Sunday council speaker Corey Johnson the Reverend al Sharpton and when Carr Eric garner's mother are demanding increased police accountability amid the protests and rioting they're pushing for legislation that would make choke holds or any kind of policemen over that restricts the breathing a legal Sharpton says of such a bill had been passed earlier or if the officers connected to garner's death were prosecuted maybe what happened in Minneapolis wouldn't have happened and car asking the opportunists who are stoking violence to go home as she put it this is our movie and we don't want to be an extra and are

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Supreme Court blocks disclosure of grand jury evidence from Russia probe for now

Mark Levin

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Supreme Court blocks disclosure of grand jury evidence from Russia probe for now

"The Supreme Court temporarily blocked the release of grand jury materials from former special counsel Robert Muller's Russia probe correspondent Linda Kenyon has the latest the house Judiciary Committee has been trying to obtain the unredacted documents witness testimony involving president trump the court's ruling blocking the release gives the White House and the justice department until June first to file a full appeal the order from the court may suggest the justices will decide before their current term ends about whether to take up the case the house originally requested the material more than a

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McConnell says he is spearheading broad coronavirus liability bill

Ernie Brown

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

McConnell says he is spearheading broad coronavirus liability bill

"House Democrats have unveiled another massive aid package to help struggling Americans and states but Linda Kenyon tells us Republicans are throwing up roadblocks Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the house bill is dead on arrival in the Senate unless it includes liability protections for employers and businesses this liability issue is so central and moving us safely and the phase one and hopefully phase two re opening the economy minority leader Chuck Schumer says McConnell's priorities are backwards how many unemployed Americans would it take for leader McConnell to say he feels urgency in the need to act how many hungry people would it take the three trillion dollar bill includes aid to state and local governments food and housing assistance and expanded unemployment

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Treasury and Senate working to replenish Paycheck Protection Program

First Light

02:28 min | 2 years ago

Treasury and Senate working to replenish Paycheck Protection Program

"Well hopes are pretty high that a deal is going to result in another big package to speed help to small businesses and others Linda Kenyon is following the breaking news for us Michael it's a stimulus deal it represents the very essence of compromise this is treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin Sunday on CNN's state of the union I'm hopeful that we can reach an agreement that the Senate can pass this tomorrow and that the house can take it up on Tuesday he's talking about a deal to add three hundred billion dollars to the small business administration's paycheck protection program that program which quickly ran out of money provides forgivable loans to small businesses so they can keep their employees on the payroll other businesses are closed due to the coronavirus Democrats have been holding out for additional money for hospitals and state and local governments to but Republicans held fast against that saying that replenishing the paycheck protection program should be a standalone bill after bipartisan talks with the treasury secretary the early contours of the bill show it will include seventy five billion dollars for hospitals twenty five billion for corona virus testing and fifty billion for the economic injury disaster loans Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is cautiously optimistic you know you got a lot of a lot of details let it down and I's and cross the tease but I am I am very very hopeful senator Schumer appeared on CNN's state of the union as did secretary Mnuchin they were the only ones feeling optimistic the negotiations are going on or very close price president Mike pence on fox news Sunday I think every American has seen the success of the president's program to provide payroll support and and we're gonna work to expand on that so that no one working in a small business in America would have to worry about missing a paycheck during the trial and and difficulty of the corona virus good path house speaker Nancy Pelosi also on fox news Sunday was in agreement further indication that a deal is near house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer sent a notice to members yesterday this is the house could meet as early as Wednesday to consider the legislation that notice gives members time to get back to Washington to vote on the bill which if all goes according to plan the Senate could vote on as soon as today since the Senate like the house is out of town due to the coronavirus the Senate will try to streamline the voting process and pass the bill by unanimous consent this would avoid the need to bring every member back to Washington and only a few people would likely be in the chamber at the time of the

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Army Corps to build temporary hospital in Washington, D.C. convention center

Richard Eeds

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Army Corps to build temporary hospital in Washington, D.C. convention center

"The nation's capital is preparing for a worst case scenario as a number of coronavirus cases continues to grow correspondent Linda Kenyon is in Washington mayor Muriel Bowser says the army corps of engineers will transform the watery Washington convention center into a five hundred to fifteen hundred bed hospital mayor Bowser said she hopes the hospital will never have to be used but it is important to be prepared just in case the army corps of engineers in the midst of building twenty eight makeshift hospital sites across the country by transforming hotels sports arenas convention centers college dormitories and fairgrounds into medical

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Lawmakers join bipartisan White House task force on reopening economy

Ray Appleton

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Lawmakers join bipartisan White House task force on reopening economy

"President trump has selected a bipartisan group of lawmakers to determine how and when to re open the economy house and Senate Democrats and Republicans alike will make up that congressional task force does the president remains eager to start re opening various regions of the country devastated by the corona virus the formation of the task force comes amid the latest report that finds an additional five point two million people filed for unemployment benefits last week putting the total number of unemployment claims over the past month alone at more than twenty two million ultimately it will be up to state and local governments to decide how and when to ease restrictions including stay at home orders some states have already ordered those restrictions to continue through at least mid may Linda Kenyon

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Acting Navy secretary rips ousted captain of aircraft carrier

America in the Morning

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Acting Navy secretary rips ousted captain of aircraft carrier

"The acting navy secretary faces a barrage of criticism for firing and then issuing a scathing attack against the captain of the USS Theodore Roosevelt correspondent Linda Kenyon is following the story the USS Theodore Roosevelt is a U. S. navy aircraft carrier that holds up to five thousand navy personnel captain Brad crozier was relieved of command after an email he sent to several senior defense officials was leaked to the San Francisco Chronicle the letter warned of a growing corona virus outbreak on board the vessel with nearly one hundred crewmembers infected at

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Federal judge: No Wisconsin election results before April 13

Red Eye Radio

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Federal judge: No Wisconsin election results before April 13

"A federal judge orders was causing officials to hold off on releasing the results until after absentee balloting is completed correspondent Linda Kenyon Wisconsin's election is Tuesday April seventh state leaders are committed to keeping that date despite widespread concerns about endangering voters or poll workers due to a coronavirus but officials did extend the absentee balloting deadline until April thirteenth voters in Wisconsin have been encouraged to vote absentee and more than a million people have requested the absentee ballots far surpassing all previous

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KMJ NOW

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"linda kenyon" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Linda Kenyon Washington tree trimmer dies after becoming trapped inside of a palm tree outside of a house in southeast Fresno wrapped inside a palm tree we can't get through at this time people look on in anguish as firefighters struggled to free a tree trimmer trapped under hundreds of pounds of palm fronds at the southeast Fresno home Monday afternoon situation so challenging the department's technical rescue team had to be called the trimmer was fifteen feet up in the palm tree fall protection attached into the tree the palm fronds on top of them this sector was suffocating Amari was still attached to the tree that was fox twenty six news reporter Liz Gonzalez at contractors in the Central Valley water project south of the delta are set to receive fifteen percent of their water allocations this year the Westlands water district says they wish it was higher despite the lack of precipitation new biological opinions have benefited San Joaquin Valley farmers unless California received more rain and snow the water district says twenty twenty will be classified as dry or a critical year seven Democrats will take part in the tenth party debate this one ahead of Saturday's South Carolina primary bill Bob Bob Costantini is gonna help set the scene there are polls in South Carolina but it's hard to find someone who's committed twenty try those person on the street or person running a market stall type interviews I'm definitely watch tonight's debate because take everything into consideration there's a lot of candidates that I still don't know what you're leaning towards I really like that a check the only one that I actually understand what his plans are this is a city of moss draped trees and for strong carriage Taurus writes every four years it relishes its central position in the first southern state to host a presidential primary even so there are almost no campaign signs to be seen Bob.

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"linda kenyon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:46 min | 2 years ago

"linda kenyon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"President trump accepted the house speaker's invitation to deliver the state of the union to a joint session of Congress on February fourth correspondent Linda Kenyon says the invite comes two days after the house impeached Mr drug the timing of the address means the president could be delivering his state of the union speech even as the US Senate is presiding over his impeachment trial the dates for the Senate trial have yet to be set Britain has taken a big step toward the European Union exit door will make yours gave preliminary approval Friday to prime minister Boris Johnsons ET your divorce bill in the decisive vote the brook years of political deadlock over brexit other ministration finalized a decision to roll back in two thousand seven rule calling for energy efficient light bulbs world back has been challenged in court by fifteen states and Washington DC I'm Barton occur this Bloomberg sports update Niklas Backstrom of two goals and two assists in the Washington Capitals beat the New Jersey Devils sixty three at the prudential center the four points for Backstrom gives some nine hundred in his career Alex alleged gunman John Carlson each had a goal an assist as the capitals rebound from Monday's three nothing loss of Columbus and proving to sixteen three and one on the road Washington's twenty six six and five record currently the NHL's best it is the only team in the league not to lose consecutive games in regulation this season Kyle Palmieri plea Colin miles would scored for the devils who were denied their first three game winning streak of the season mackenzie Blackwood at twenty one saves before being relieved buys you'll send in the third period William a lender and Mitch Marner each score their second goal of the game early in the third period as Toronto doubled up the Rangers six to three of the garden Pierre angle and Italy and the kind of also scored in Frederick Anderson made nineteen saves as Toronto won its third straight Brady shame Ryan Stroman possible but may which scored for the Rangers Alexander Georgi of may thirty four saves as the Rangers losing streak reached three games by about a bio scored twenty points as the heat easily be the next one twenty nine one fourteen Duncan Robinson scored eighteen for Miami on six for ten shooting from three point range seven Miami players all in all finished in double figures Bobby Portis led the next with thirty points on twelve for seventeen shooting Mitchell Robinson scored eighteen points Marcus Morris with fifteen Julius Randle had thirteen and Kevin Knox finished with eleven the giants will have Daniel Jones back under center for Sunday's game against the Redskins ending kneeling manning's two game return as the team's starting quarterback Jones had missed the giants last two games with a sprained right ankle buffalo open the college football bowl season with a thirty one nine win over Charlotte in the Bahamas bowl can state defeated Utah state fifty one forty one in the first mobile the Bloomberg sports update on Tom Rogers this is Bloomberg businessweek with Carol master and cheese and Kelly from Bloomberg radio Sears in lululemon Athletica man they've been on quite a tear almost doubling in the past year and chasing you know the story said well you wrote this story is part of a remarkable turnaround well it is and it involves private equity we talk about private equity a lot in the context of those big well known names Blackstone KKR Carlisle and what not this is a firm called advent they were in it at the beginning they got out made a lot of money then they went back in in twenty fourteen and they did even better I sat down exclusively with advanced managing partner in chairman David must suffer as well as Calvin me Tom he is the CEO of lululemon we caught up at one of the loose stores in New York City how old for lack of better term sort of broken was it when you sort of got back in I mean I think the business was had its challenges but at the core the issue was alignment and so part of the power that that private equity can bring is that alignment and so in this case we had a situation where the founder was aligned with the board and the management team and so you'd seen some turnover of the senior management you also didn't have the company in sync with the ability to make investments they were following Wall Street and thinking about what they needed to do that quarter and so I feel like what we saw is this fundamental opportunity was to help regain that alignment and put the platform in place so that the company could establish a really strategic proposition not just the here and now but part of the the real opportunity is to help them get out of the penny a share game and make some of these investments that had been deferred right I want to get to the moment where Calvin you come into the company you do have it a series of of CEOs so leadership becomes something at the at the top level but you also have to deal with in in terms of the the various issues you have to address firstly we had a situation where the board really was interested loves this company and wanted to see it succeed and so in that regard when we came back in twenty fourteen we were able to create some of that alignment pretty easily and help create the the ability to put some of these ideas and placed the idea of a longer term plan but you're right I think some of those challenges with the founder made it hard and so the point that that the founder exited the company in two thousand fifteen we were really able to began assembling a world class management team and so with a CFO who was initially was Stuart now CO and then talent along the way leading to people like Glenn and Calvin and sun and a host of really world class business leaders and the exciting part is that this business had that potential it just needed the opportunity and the the framework from this point and beyond it really feels like the business is just getting started at that moment where you where you do start to dig in callin me what's what's the opportunity he see to sort of take it to the next level so for me the first assessment was as an opportunity here to be even more than what the limit is not just for the north American international and I think the clear resounding answers absolutely I mean the vision we have today is to Connecticut many people to live the sweat life and we're gonna express that not just two incredible product that will keep developing because there's so much opportunity and white space for us to develop into but also through our strategy of events what we do with our grow initiatives and seeing what Calvin and the team have already done with the manifestation of this some of this next step vision in Chicago and with the membership and loyalty program you already you're beginning to see some of the seeds of thinking about what the broader vision might look like and so what does that look like going for because it does feel like we're at a very interesting moment in the world of retail we have a huge run way of growth not only is our women's business continuing to grow at double digit with a lot of growth opportunity being entering into new categories or we mention to and from to see that doesn't even really in our women's category exist in into our army guest experience with our digital platform in as good as we are there's a ton of opportunity to even more this is an emotional brand and our online continues to be more transactional and then finally you know expanding into markets we still have a lot of opportunity North America not to mention what's happening internationally and in Europe as well as in China we feel work early innings and everything we're trying to create and that's advent managing partner in chairman David must suffer and Calvin McDonald lululemon's CEO listen it's a remarkable tale candidly that had not been told before the stock obviously anybody's watching it has seen it rise right but the money behind it what it took to fix it that's a whole different story I think this is a great business school case study right of a company that was done so well had some problems and really came back and if you can look at it so many different levels well and it's a well known brand of one that totally really keep an eye on both for trend.

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"linda kenyon" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"linda kenyon" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Linda Kenyon reports was a straight party line vote. The House Democratic majority says affectively holds attorney general William bar, and former White House counsel, Don Mcgann in contempt of congress. Although it doesn't actually use the word contempt. Here's what does this resolution gives committee chairs the power with the approval of the bipartisan legal advisory group to go to court on behalf of the house to enforce us subpoenas. Representative Jerry Nadler, chairman of the House Judiciary committee says this was a necessary step. This is not been done before. But neither have we ever seen blanket, stonewalling by administration of all information. Requests, Linda Kenyon, Washington pilot killed when his helicopter hit the roof of a New York City sky. Scraper and rain and fog had radio that he was lost, and trying to get back to the heliport, but couldn't find it if a record show, the pilot fifty eight-year-old Tim McCormick was not authorized to fly unlimited visibility raising questions about why he took off in the first place. Well, second suspect has been arrested in the ambush shooting. A former Red Sox slugger. David Ortiz revenge reports as baseball legend David Ortiz recovers in Boston. The Boston Globe reports that two suspects in, you shooting have been arrested. One of them in court, late Tuesday facing charge of compass to attempted murder suspect, mother, proclaiming her son's innocence in the attack on Ortiz could Emma Muench left him and my son and I are fans of his it's a lie. Happened with my son. The suspect's lawyer suggested his client was just transporting someone on his motorcycle for hire, and had nothing to do with the attack at. That's what he's doing is a service. He's not directly organized to do any of the things he's being accused of I'm Reid Binion. Amazon, getting out of the food delivery business. It's four year old operation has been reportedly lagging behind ubereats.

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"linda kenyon" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"linda kenyon" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The vice chairman of the Senate intelligence committee, Mark Warner listened to Muller, summarize his report finding if we're gonna take anything out of the Miller report, it is that foreign powers intervened and if we don't put better protections in place. They will be back Muller said, quote, if we had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said, so White House spokesman, Sarah Sanders, telling Fox News, five Muller had thought there was wrongdoing, in wish sure of it, he would have had a moral obligation to say that he didn't Laura Jarrett at the Justice department. Explain this in the report, but even more sharply today, just explaining the weight and significance of it, and how much it meant how much the significance that he could not even reach a determination of whether the president committed a crime. And so he's not weighing in on that he's not making. A determination on that at all. But what he is saying is that he also can't exonerate him. Mike moss. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has reaction to Muller statement from Capitol Hill Jerrold Nadler, the chairman of the House Judiciary committee releases a statement that says no one not even the president of the United States is above the law. He adds given that special counsel, Marla resign able to pursue criminal charges against the president at falls to congress, the ranking Republican on the committee takes the opposite view. Doug Collins says special counsel Muller confirmed today what we knew months ago when his report was released there was no collusion and no obstruction. In his statement Mahler himself said, if we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said, so Linda Kenyon, Washington tornadoes continue to cause destruction across the nation today, forty million people live in areas where tornadoes could develop, including in Washington, and New York, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu faces a deadline at midnight to form a new government is country or face the possibility.

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"linda kenyon" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"linda kenyon" Discussed on KGO 810

"Linda Kenyon reports is a Trump appointee who has investigated numerous public corruption cases under Republican and democratic administrations Durham investigated corruption surrounding the use of FBI informants in Boston in the late nineteen ninety s in two thousand nine he investigated the CIA destruction of videotapes of detainee interogations while Durham will be investigating the origins of the Russia probe. He will not be acting as a special counsel. Robert Muller who led that probe his focus will be on the intelligence collection activities by the US government prior to election day, and whether they were lawful. Linda Kenyon, Washington is on the markets this morning after stocks plummeted Monday as the US and China rattled Wall Street with an escalating trade war. China's raise tariffs on sixty billion dollars worth of goods in return. Allegation for US tariffs increases hours after China. Made that move President Trump said he'd take steps to help US formers being squeezed by the trade war. Well, federal authorities are investigating a mid air collision and Alaska killed at least four and injured several others plays which have positions mounted under the fuselage. So they could land on water we're carrying cruise ship passengers on a sightseeing tour new the southeastern part of the state when they crashed under a no circumstances. Whether conditions at the time included high overcast skies and nine mile per hour winds. This is not the first time accident has happened in this area in twenty fifteen. Another flow plane crashed into a mountain killing all nine people on board with the pilot got disoriented and cloudy weather in the years before that the NTSB Roberson well said Alaska recorded four deadly similar incidents. I'm Sierra Crawford. Actress Felicity Huffman has pleaded guilty to participating in the college admissions cheating scandal.

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KSFO-AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"linda kenyon" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Linda Kenyon reports is a Trump appointee who has investigated numerous public corruption cases under Republican and democratic administrations Durham investigated corruption surrounding the use of FBI informants in Boston in the late nineteen ninety s in two thousand nine he investigated the CIA destruction of videotapes of detainee interogations while Durham will be investigating the origins of the Russia probe. He will not be acting as a special counsel. Robert Muller who led that probe his focus will be on the intelligence collection activities by the US government prior to election day, and whether they were lawful. Linda Kenyon, Washington is on the markets this morning after stocks plummeted Monday as the. In china? Rattled Wall Street with an escalating trade war. China's raise tariffs on sixty billion dollars worth of goods in retaliation for US tariffs increases hours after China. Made that move President Trump said he'd take steps to help US formers being squeezed by the trade war. Federal authorities are investigating a mid air collision in Alaska that killed at least four and injured several others planes, which have positions mounted under the fuselage. So they could land on water recurring cruise ship passengers on a sightseeing tour near the southeastern part of the state when they crashed into a no circumstances. Whether conditions at the time included high overcast skies and nine mile per hour winds. This is not the first time accident has happened in this area in twenty fifteen. Another flow plane crashed into a mountain killing all nine people on board with the pilot got disoriented in cloudy weather in the years before that then TSP's Roberson wall said Alaska recorded four deadly similar incidents. I'm Sierra Crawford. Felicity Huffman has pleaded guilty to participate in the college admissions cheating.

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"linda kenyon" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:34 min | 3 years ago

"linda kenyon" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Linda Kenyon, Washington. Number almost as many signatures as Mullah report has pages. Former federal prosecutors say President Trump would have been charged with obstruction of Justice. If you were not present about Costantini in Washington. More bad news for south west airlines. A couple of order deadly flight suing I'm Clayton Neville. Why is the world's biggest retailer now going to the dogs? I'm Tom Busby. I'm Scott Carr. Uber and lift drivers are planning strikes this week over work conditions and pay rates. I'm Jim Bohannon with more crime and punishment later on for the one hundred twenty seventh day of the year. It's all ahead on America in the morning. Seven minutes after the hour. The push and pull continues between the House Judiciary committee and attorney general bar over the unredacted Muller report. Correspondent Linda Kenyon takes a look at what happens next now the committee's turning up the heat on the attorney general scheduling a markup that vote on the contempt of congress. I take action against William Barr. This after he twice missed a deadline Hanover, the full Mullah report, plus the underlying evidence, and he failed to show for committee hearing, the Justice department might try to head off that citation agreeing to a meeting with the committee staff today before there's disagreement developed William bar said he had no problem is special counsel, Robert Muller himself decided to testify President Trump said the same thing he said, he would leave it up to the attorney general then reversed himself completely instead Muller should not testify. Maine Republican Senator Susan Collins disagrees. I've they avoid gives the opportunity for the public to get additional views and clarifications judiciary committee has been clamoring for those clarifications after. Taking issue with the attorney general's memo summarizing what he said where the principal findings of the mullahs report Representative David Cecil Lena's bar gave a biased summary, and he lied to congress. And that's why he wants to hear from Muller himself. We hope very much that mR mall will agree to come agree to testify and come on the fifteenth. Meanwhile, the House Ways and means committee wants the attorney general to come clean about whether he pressured Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin to fight a subpoena for President Trump's tax returns, it appears that attorney general bar was involved Representative Eric's, well, well, who seeking the democratic presidential nomination says he's lost all trust in the attorney general we should move immediately to impeach the attorney general Treasury Secretary tells ways and means committee chairman Richard Neal that the committee's request lacks a legitimate legislative purpose that move sets in motion a legal battle over the tax returns. Which chairman Neil sought under a law. That says the IRS shall furnish? The returns of any taxpayer to the tax writing ways and means committee Republican Adam Kensington says there's no. No reason for Democrats to subpoena the president's tax returns except one to go through it and to try to further embarrass him. President Trump has long said he would not release his tax returns because he was under audit ways. And means says it wants to examine if the IRS is properly auditing presidential tax returns for legislative purposes. Kensington isn't buying it. It's not based on something specific adjust might be specific enough to lead to lengthy court challenges that might make it all the way to the nation's highest court. Linda Kenyon, Washington America in the morning continues at ten after the hour in that Muller investigation. President Trump maintains no obstruction, no collusion, but several hundreds of former federal prosecutors have signed onto a document that dispense that summary. Bob Costantini is our chief White House correspondent upwards of four hundred former federal prosecutors issued a joint statement each of us believes that the conduct of President Trump described in special counsel, Robert mos- report would and the case of any of the person not covered by the policy. Against indicting, a sitting president resulted in multiple felony charges for obstruction of Justice those signing career prosecutors who served in multiple administrations overpass decades going all the way back to Lyndon Johnson, though, some served during the Trump presidency. Their basic argument is what they call Mr. Trump's quote trying to control and impede the investigation against the president by leveraging his thority over others. In quote. The letter is posted on a department of Justice alumni website, and participants can still sign it one former prosecutor who did sign Jennifer Rogers who spent thirteen years as an assistant US attorney for the southern district of New York. She's now with the center for the advancement of public integrity at Columbia University law school, four hundred forty seven pages very few people are going to sit down and absorb all of that. So they should know that the takeaway is contrary to what the attorney general is saying this is an obstruction. Anyone else would have been charged? The president did obstruct Justice. Rogers says the letter if you want to call it that was passed along to her by. A former colleague and has been making the rounds among career prosecutors for about a week one. Noteworthy signatory, Connecticut democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal. It also isn't a surprise since even before the letters disclosure Blumenthal was saying things like this about Muller's work. This report is an indictment in all. But name it is an absolutely chilling portrait of wrongdoing and chronology highest level of our government. But Costantini Washington twelve after the hour passengers sue Southwest Airlines. What America in the morning returns after these messages?.

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"linda kenyon" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"linda kenyon" Discussed on WJR 760

"Sanitary, and that's getting into people's home. But then there are some people that are having overland water that's coming through the front door. May politico says the Justice center on Michigan avenue in beech Daly is open as shelter. And if that gets full they will open others in Dearborn heights, Ken Rogulski, WJR news. The water inching up on Chris Perry's driveway in Redford, he constructed a makeshift dyke at his garage door, which is on a tributary of the Rouge river. I know this is a west involve course, and you can actually you can see where the ditch or river. Whatever that is across the the way there. I mean, the water's moving pretty pretty quickly. But it's still there's just a lot of water in here for residents who can't make it back to their homes or are being driven out of their homes because of flooding. The Salvation Army has set up emergency center at Michigan and beech Daly in Dearborn heights. Here's the salvation army's Chuck McDougal, where do I go. And what do I do, you know when all of a sudden, you're you're standing in waist high water or something like that? You don't know where to go. So it's good to have this right here that this is a starting point we can offer some long term assistance, and we can meet their immediate needs right now. Wicky leaks founder Julian Assange was sentenced in London today for skipping out on his bail nearly seven years ago. Correspondent Steve Kastenbaum. Reports. Assange may not serve out that entire sentence though, depending on the outcome of his extradition hearing. This is just the beginning of Assange journey through the legal system in the UK after being sentenced to fifty weeks. Skipping bail when he entered the Ecuadorian embassy almost seven years ago, the founder of WikiLeaks. Well, next begin his fight against the extradition process. A hearing scheduled for Thursday in London Assange apologized at today's hearing saying in a letter read by his lawyer that he did not intend to disrespect anyone. He told the court that he feared that if he was handed over to the US he would be sent to Kuantan obey in Cuba. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. Attorney general William bar, pending his handling of the Muller report and his principal conclusions. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has the latest from Capitol Hill. William Bartels, Senator Lindsey Graham, who's the chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee that he released his principal findings after a top to bottom investigation by special counsel. Robert muller. Do you think the president's campaign in two thousand sixteen was thoroughly looked at in terms of whether or not they colluded with the Russians. Yes. And the answer is no, according to Bob Muller. That's right. He couldn't decide about obstruction. You did. Is that correct? That's right. You feel good about your decision. Absolutely. But many members of congress do not feel good about that decision. Saying Robert Muller left. The matter up to congress to decide. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill..

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"linda kenyon" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"linda kenyon" Discussed on KGO 810

"The full report. Linda Kenyon, Washington again, you can hear attorney general bars press conference this time next hour on K G O eight ten as it happens on K G plus all day, we're going to give you a chance to react to it. At on the talk show hosts beginning with Mark Thomson at ten o'clock. And then Pat Thurston chip Franklin, Nikki medoro. And of course, John Rothman, beginning at six o'clock. Well, the search for answers after the devastating fire at Notre Dame cathedral. Melissa bell reports on how some clues could be on the way one of the construction companies involved had installed just hours before the fire began a security lapse camera that was taking pictures every few minutes that's not been handed to investigators and could well provide some crucial. Coups. And some of the structure remains at risk of collapse. We're going to be bright for your Thursday sunshine with highs in the seventies. And eighties today. We'll begin a cool down tomorrow. I'm Brett burkhart each day. The stock market rises or falls hundreds of points with some of the major indices off by as much as twenty five percent from their highs in twenty eighteen that is staggering. That's hope you have a laws twenty-five percent of your nest egg double digit losses can be a sign that you and your financial adviser are not communicating. Well, what do you do? Now is the time to examine your financial goals. If you're seeing large losses or your current financial adviser is not talk to you about today's economy, especially if you're nearing retirement, then call Greg O'Donnell to learn how to survive market instability. O Donnell financial group has been helping clients steady their investments in times like these for more than thirty years. Call Greg right now at eight six six four nine six to three zero zero that's eight six six four nine six twenty three hundred or online at OD F I group dotcom. O'donnell financial. Group helping people just like you for more than three decades, investment advice and advisory services offered through Donald financial services LLC, a registered investment advisor. Get a.

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"linda kenyon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"linda kenyon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The time with everybody. Some of the requests. And that's what they are. Right now, not subpoenas. Go to persons charged by the special counsel, including Paul Manafort, Mike Flynn in Roger stone on press secretary. Sarah Sanders statement reads, the House Judiciary committee's letter has been received by the White House counsel office in relevant White House officials will review it and respond at the appropriate time. The broad search is led by Jerry Nadler chair of the House Judiciary committee who says aside from Muller's probe regarding Russia. There are things like business dealings reports of the president trying to influence Justice department decisions his business benefiting from his presidency to name a few all of these are very corrosive to liberty to the proper functioning of government into our constitutional system. All this has has to be looked at Nadler on ABC's this week in his corner. The president tweeted out praise for this appearance on Fox News by former George W Bush press secretary, Ari Fleischer. Democrats don't make the center. A piece of their governance that Donald Trump is guilty of something. We'll just keep looking at the find the show that policy is secondary. Just getting Trump is primary and at the end of the day came a much harsher statement from press secretary, Sarah Sanders. Reading in part, chairman Nadler opened disgraceful and abusive investigation into tired false allegations already investigated by the special counsel and committees in both chambers of congress. Bob Costantini, the White House now nine after the hour. The Senate is gearing up for a vote on President Trump's declaration of a national emergency. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has the latest personally couldn't handicap the outcome at this point. That was Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell speaking to reporters on February twenty sixth since then the house has passed a resolution of disapproval to block the president's emergency declaration now that it's the senate's turn to act Senator McConnell says Trump's emergency declaration is about to go down the president issued his declaration. After congress rejected his request for the full five point seven billion dollars. You wanted to build his border wall by declaring a national emergency at the southern border. Trump would be able to take funds. Appropriated by congress for other areas, and redirect them to build the border wall. Most of those funds would come from the military Senate Democrats are solidly against that. And now, it appears enough Republicans agree with them to block their own president at least four Republicans were needed to change sides and four is exactly what they have Senator. Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, Thom Tillis and rand Paul. They say their opposition to the president's action has nothing to do with Trump's border wall. Instead, they say it's about the constitution. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer. Couldn't agree more. Congress has the power of the purse. Congress is a check on the executive the Republicans who plan to break ranks and oppose the president say they cannot stand idly by while he usurps the role of congress and ignores the constitution Senator Schumer agrees on the constitutional argument will fundamentally alter the balance. Power in this country, in a way, the founding fathers would be aghast at beyond. The constitutional question Schumer says the president's declaration of a national emergency itself is pure folly. There is no actual emergency at the border, the president himself made that clear Trump. He says is making a political calculation. It's a political bone a face-saving device to the president to throw to the right wing to show. He's still fighting but congress fighting to and while it may win this particular battle it may be a short-lived victory. President Trump promises to veto the resolution of disapproval sending the matter back to congress for a veto override vote since the threshold for a veto override is much higher than a simple majority. It's unlikely congress will prevail in that battle. It's much more likely that a series of legal challenges will decide the final outcome of the president's action. Linda Kenyon, Washington. It's twelve after the hour coming up a life cut short for a movie and TV actor when America in the morning returns..

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"linda kenyon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"linda kenyon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"That there is no crisis on the border. Linda Kenyon, Washington is five thirty nine and deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein is reportedly set to leave the Justice department admit March Rosenstein and made he'd made it known that he intended to leave if the attorney general was confirmed by the Senate, the deputy secretary of transportation is now being considered as a possible replacement. The number two official at the Justice department who has spent nearly two years in the hot seat after appointing special counsel. Robert Muller has made known for weeks. He planned to leave. If and went into attorney general was confirmed by the Senate the as or fifty four the Naser Forty-five now with the swearing in William bar last week comes this time line, although an official familiar with the matter says it could change in order to ensure a smooth transition sources say Jeffrey Rosen, the deputy secretary of transportation has been tapped to take over the job. He will need Senate confirmation. Sierra Crawford, Washington Dawa just broke just a couple of minutes ago. It's official. Bernie Sanders is now in the race to be president in two thousand twenty. The problem is I mean Democrats liked the guy they like his progressive ideas. The problem is is he's old and white and rich now there are many hopefuls spent the holiday campaigning in Iowa and New Hampshire Democrats hoped they can snag the needed votes for the twenty twenty election. If President Trump has a significant lead in that arena and Trump has been campaigning since he first took office in his race record breaking funds, Iowa and New Hampshire to important states for the twenty twenty presidential election already by Democrats. They'd be making the president's day push in New Hampshire Amy klobuchar. Cory booker. And Kamala Harris. Crisscrossing Iowa Kirsten gillibrand Eric walk considering president in twenty twenty and coming back. The democratic field of contenders already crowded more than six hundred days from election day, but the left is playing catch up. So help me God, President Trump filed for reelection the day he took office, meaning he can raise and spend campaign cash his entire term on fundraising and rallies..

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"linda kenyon" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"linda kenyon" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Declaration lawsuits storm coming. I'm Elliot Francis. There is broad pushback across the US this morning over President Trump's efforts to circumvent congress and build US Border wall. Linda Kenyon, has the latest sixteen states have filed a lawsuit challenging the president's national emergency declaration the filing Monday night, followed nationwide protests on president's day. Where is the emergency? So democratic presidential candidate Tom Harris while campaigning in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. We have a president United States was created a fiction about a crisis at the border, and he is held up the United States government and its workers around vanity project. Linda Kenyon, Washington. Voice calling it a horrific scene. Three children and a woman found dead of apparent gunshot wounds at home in western Michigan, Monday, three children were school aged and younger. Authorities were still confirming the victims identities. Deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein is reportedly set to leave the Justice department in mid March Crawford tells more word of the exit comes just days after former acting FBI director, Andrew McCabe, alleging a sixty minutes interview, the deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, discussed the idea wearing a wire round President Trump shortly after he was sworn in rod raise the issue and discussed it with me in the context of thinking about how many other cabinet officials might support such an effort Rosenstein for his part has denied that accusation and has been in the hot seat for nearly two years over appointing special counsel, Robert Muller to investigate whether Trump's campaign conspire with Russia to intervene in a twenty sixteen election. Sierra Crawford washing winter weather is on the way snow will move north and eastward into the upper midwest and Great Lakes later tonight. As well as the mid west and southwest will also see snow. I'm Elliot Francis. Question. Do you have a health insurance plan? You are not happy with will Bethany. And Jason thought they were stock their plan just kept getting more expensive and Bethany favorite doctor didn't even take that plan anymore. And then some for instance, church told them about medishare with our previous insurance. We were paying twelve hundred dollars a month with meta share, we now pay around six hundred dollars a month. Yes. They're paying six hundred dollars less per month. And that's a pretty typical savings with meta share. And they actually like meta share more. I was able to go back to my original doctor that I absolutely loved, and it's just been an absolutely beautiful thing being apart of medishare. Yes. So they pay a lot less, and they like it more. No wonder meta share is growing so fast. Find out more. They're super easy to talk to all you have to do is call eight four four ninety one bible. That's eight four four ninety one b I b l e eight four. Ford Ninety-one bible. There are lots of ads out there for home security.

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"linda kenyon" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"linda kenyon" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Linda Kenyon, has the latest ahead of the committee is optimistic. I'm confident that we will be able to reach a compromise chairwoman. Nita Lowy spoke as a February fifteenth deadline looms to reach that compromise. Or President Trump says he might shut down the government for a second time. Republican Senator Richard Shelby says that could be avoided our border patrol professionals on the front lines. Tell us that a comprehensive approach is necessary committee gets to work after a thirty five day federal government shutdown triggered by a dispute with the president over providing five point seven billion dollars for his border wall. Linda Kenyon, Washington Gration and customs enforcement has been forced feeding six detainees who are on a hunger strike at a detention facility in Texas. The metal part of a larger group of immigrants in Florida. Arizona and California who stopped eating to protest their conditions. Nice spokeswoman says a federal judge authorized the force-feeding extremely dangerous wind chill swines. They changed. The routine of some US postal workers. Bill Michaels tells more rudely low temperatures and frightening wind chills as low as forty nine below zero in Chicago and sixty five below zero in northern Minnesota led the US postal service to suspend deliveries in parts of ten states in the Great Plains and midwest of concern for worker safety about seventy two percent of the continental US population. We'll see temperatures drop below freezing over the next few days. Chicago could reach a record low temperature of twenty seven below by Thursday morning. I'm Bill Michaels about us congressional delegation has joined the state's governor and expressing outrage over the Energy Department's new disclosure that secretly shipped a half metric ton of weapons-grade plutonium was site north of Las Vegas. I'm Elliot Francis. President Trump's new tax law cut your taxes by five trillion dollars. Now, you can reduce your taxes two zero the best selling guide, the Trump tax cut by Eva Rosenburgh, showed you how with tax deductions loopholes and money saving secrets one loophole gives a twenty percent cut in your tax rate..

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"linda kenyon" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"linda kenyon" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Linda Kenyon, has the latest ahead of the committee is optimistic. I'm confident that we will be able to reach a compromise chairwoman Nita Lowy smoke as a February fifteenth deadline looms to reach that compromise. Or President Trump says he might shut down the government. Second time Republican Senator Richard Shelby says that could be avoided our border patrol professionals those on the front lines. Tell us that a comprehensive approach is necessary. He gets to work after a thirty five day federal government shutdown triggered by a dispute with the president over providing five point seven billion dollars for his border wall. Linda Kenyon, Washington migration and customs enforcement has been forced feeding six detainees who are on a hunger strike at a detention facility in Texas part of a larger group of immigrants in Florida. Arizona in calif-. Who stopped eating to protest their conditions. Nice spokeswoman says a federal judge authorized the force-feeding extremely dangerous wind swines they changed. The routine of some US postal workers. Bill Michaels tells more. Italy. Low temperatures and frightening wind chills as low as forty nine below zero in Chicago and sixty five below zero in northern Minnesota led the US postal service to suspend deliveries in parts of ten states in the Great Plains and midwest of concern for worker safety about seventy two percent of the continental US population. We'll see temperatures drop below freezing over the next few days. Chicago could reach a record low temperature of twenty seven below by Thursday morning. I'm Bill Michaels. Congressional delegation has joined the state's governor and expressing outrage over the Energy Department's new disclosure that secretly shipped a half metric ton.

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"linda kenyon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"linda kenyon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. The eighty two year old actor receives a lifetime achievement award from the Screen Actors Guild all says, the idea of retiring is a living hell. The Screen Actors Guild awards are announced on Sunday twenty three before the hour the beach bomb a preview is featured on today's Hollywood minute, David Daniel checks and a little later. I'm John trout America in the morning continues from her chamber house speaker Nancy Pelosi says next week state of the union is off John Lawrence is keeping us. Updated. Speaker Nancy Pelosi sent a letter to the president Wednesday afternoon reiterating, no shutdown solution. No speech. The president responded hours later in a tweet. I will do the address when the shutdown is over. He also said he is not looking for another location to give the address I'm John Lawrence reporting today a crucial day in the Senate lawmakers may pass a measure to find some much needed common ground. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has the story today. The Senate will vote on amendments which Senate leaders claim could end the federal government shutdown. It's time to make a deal Senate majority. Leader Mitch McConnell says that deal will be voted on first. But Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says it's no deal at all. I vote on the president's plan includes radical changes to our asylum system and full funding the full funding, the president asked for the border wall in exchange for reopening. The government Senator McConnell says it's the only option that can open the federal government right away normal operations would resume federal workers would receive back pay and continue to be paid. If that measure fails to get the sixty votes needed to pass than the Senate will vote on the second measure, it does not demand anything before we reopen the government. It's simply reopened the government for three weeks in allows us to continue debating border security. But this Bill also requires sixty votes to pass and like the first Bill it's highly likely to fall short. If it does pass President Trump has warned he will veto it. So the Senate would need even more than the sixty votes in order to overcome that threaten presidential veto either way it will be hard to achieve those. Numbers. Unless a lot of Republicans crossed party lines. Senator McConnell says Senate Democrats across party lines instead and vote for the president's plan once and for all democratic friends are trying to come up with something anything to justify prolonging the.

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"linda kenyon" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"linda kenyon" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Nonprofits and community organizations who are running a temporary shelter for migrants seeking asylum in the US the union Tribune reports about five thousand migrants have passed through the shelter run by the San Diego rapid response network. Most for one or two days before going on to cities all over the country. Authorities are investigating a multi car wreck last night on state route seventy six and vista that left. Two people to add the California Highway Patrol says it happened near east vista way. The highest king tides of the year so far peaked early Monday morning and the ocean beach pier remains closed because of wave damage in sports, San Diego gulls beat the anterior rain yesterday, four to one cleared fifty. One degrees. AM seven sixty K F, N B, talk and breaking news. Good morning. I'm John trout. This is America in the morning from Westwood One news. It's tuesday. January twenty second twenty nineteen coming up on America in the morning, President Trump's proposal Glenn federal government shutdown faces an uphill climb in the Senate. It is completely irresponsible. I'm Linda Kenyon in Washington. The government shutdown along with the border wall, immigration fight and presidential politics. All affecting the Martin Luther King junior holiday. I'm Bob Costantini in Washington airport will growing more concerned as the partial government shutdown continues. This system is not as today as it was. Thirty two days ago. I'm Clayton Neville. Why is getting a big Oscar nomination? Good for Hollywood. I'm Tom Busby. CEO suggests they're far more pessimistic about the global economy than they were last year. I'm Jan Johnson. The Outer Banks jockey's ridge is located in nags head North Carolina. There's a problem. I'm Jim Bohannon with more coming up all the head on America in the morning. It's seven.

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"linda kenyon" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"linda kenyon" Discussed on KGO 810

"Police in Oakland say they have arrested one of two suspects accused of a hit and run that sent a teenager to the hospital with critical injuries, twelve o'clock at K G O eight ten good afternoon. I'm Brett burkhart. Terry rouse reports. Money's now involved a five thousand dollar reward is being offered for information that leads to the arrest of two people involved in the crash near the MacArthur Bart station earlier this month. Police say a fourteen year old boy riding his bike was hit by a car, then drag four blocks cell phone video shows the aftermath with two people driving away from the scene while the boy cries out for help officers found the vehicle that is believed to have been stolen close by. However, the suspects remain at large and police have urged them to turn themselves in and again since Terry file bad report. Police have announced one of them has been captured. The other is still on the run. And now there is that reward of five thousand dollars to federal employee unions are now suing the Trump administration over the partial government shutdown. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has the latest. The national treasury employees union has filed a lawsuit alleging hundreds of thousands of workers are being illegally forced to work without pay. The N T E U represents about one hundred fifty thousand members at thirty-three federal agencies. They joined the American federation of government employees that union announced a similar lawsuit last week the N T E U president meanwhile, called the shutdown a travesty Tony Reardon tells the Washington Post quoting here, federal employees should not have to pay the personal price for all of this dysfunction. Linda Kenyon, Washington. The wagering website bookmaker dot e you had to pay out nearly three hundred thousand dollars to customers who bet that President Donald Trump would tell more than three and a half lies during his first primetime Oval Office address ninety two percent of those who participated in the wagering predicted that President Trump would tell more than three and a half lies the betting site is located in Europe. But use the Washington Post back checker that reported six lies during the nine minute address. This news. The report is sponsored by Lowe's pros in the know start with Lowe's to save on supplies. They need most from the brands. They trust to help. Get the job done on time and on budget, visit lowesforpros dot com for details. And checking in with Mark.

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