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Nick Cannon says he is on 'a journey of atonement' and 'not seeking forgiveness'
"We turn now to nick cannon sitting down for his first tv interview since widespread condemnation over his antisemitic comments. Here's abc's linsey davis. You've made a very clear distinction between an apology versus atonement home. Are you seeking forgiveness of. Not seeking forgiveness on seeking for growth nick. Cannon is not asking for forgiveness but after what he said this past summer many think he should. After years of building his brand bigoted comments he made on one. Podcast through his stardom and future into a tailspin. These people who didn't have what we had. And when i say we speak of mela native people they had to be savages. They had to be barbaric kittens class episode featured richard griffin aka professor griff. Who had been kicked out of public enemy back in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine for anti semitic comments here nick retread anti semitic conspiracy theories and questioned the birthright of the jewish people semitic people are black. Can't be antisemitic when the semitic when we are the semitic people when we are the same people that you who they want to be that's our birthright sow birthright.
Debate resurfaces over origins of novel coronavirus
"The debate continues over whether the covered nineteen virus was manufactured in a lab or if it developed naturally ABC's linsey Davis spoke with an expert about where it may have actually come from to help us try to make some sense of all this we like to bring in Tom Bossert president trump's former homeland security adviser and ABC news contributor thanks so much for joining us so trump in Pompeii they suggested there is a link between the virus and will haunt lab Dr Fauci seems to knock that down entirely and is said that the science indicates involved in nature who is right and what we know yeah well it's very important be precise about this language because they could both be right they can also both be wrong at the same time and here's what I mean by that the the the virus itself has been studied by scientists including in the trump administration under the NIH and Francis Collins the director of the NIH has come out and scientifically concluded with a report that they published almost a month ago that it wasn't made by man it wasn't a man made you know genomics kind of can you know conception of humans it was naturally and if you may be brewing so to speak for maybe even years if not months so the question is did it then transmits a human beings from the market or were they looking at this naturally occurring virus in the lab and then either intentionally or through some accident release it from that lab so the question is not about origin of the virus that's not man made the question is about whether was released accidentally or whether it was you know a natural occurrence and that's the question being investigated now as we know this virus has already killed tens of thousands of Americans you envision political or social fallout from suggesting that a Chinese lab is to blame that's exactly why it's so important to be careful with that language between the president and secretary of state and and doctors out she they're all saying something similar but to be very clear the fall out from a mistake or an accidental release will be you know somewhat significant but perhaps obviously not that level of war or conflict we've we've had this problem in our country where after nine eleven we had doctors in laboratories not properly caring for the anthrax that they were working on and studying and that could have been a bio laboratory security concerns certainly we can see a buyer laboratory safety concern in China and we want international agreements to improve those standards and those practices so that negligence and and mishaps don't happen but if it were intentionally intentionally released it's not intentionally created but intentionally released that would be tantamount to the largest bio warfare we've ever seen on the planet and so we have to be very careful to make sure we don't imply that Lester is pretty strong evidence that you kind of just touched on this but I'm just curious to know if you think that we will ever definitively know the true origin of the virus and how important is that discovery yeah I think that there's a good chance that we'll know so it was both naturally occurring which it is and naturally transmitted let's say from the market down the street we may never be able to prove that there won't be a typhoid Mary he said to speak that we can zero in on and talk to but it was released from the lab many alternative intentionally or otherwise we should be able to find evidence of that I believe that's what our intelligence community is looking at now you can talk to lab officials and maybe disgruntled doctors that worked at the lab there were observing their practices one of the first key questions I'll have to ask is whether that lab was actually looking at and performing research on this virus so will determine that and then we'll determined through investigation and if there is some link to the lab will find
China insists U.S. "doesn't have any" evidence virus came from lab
"Work the debate continues over whether the covert nineteen virus was manufactured in a lab or if it developed naturally ABC's linsey Davis spoke with an expert about swear it may have factually come from to help us try to make some sense of all this we like to bring in Tom Bossert president trump's former homeland security adviser and ABC news contributor thanks so much for joining us so trump Pompeii they suggested there is a link between the virus and will haunt lab Dr Fauci seems to knock that down entirely and is said that the science indicates involved in nature who is right and what we know yeah well it's very important be precise about this language because they could both be right they can also both be wrong at the same time and here's what I mean by that the the the virus itself has been studied by scientists including in the trump administration under the NIH and Francis Collins the director of the NIH has come out and scientifically concluded with a report that they published almost a month ago that it wasn't made by man it wasn't a man made you know genomics kind of can you know conception of humans it was naturally and if you may be brewing so to speak for maybe even years if not months so the question is did it then transmits a human beings from the market or were they looking at this naturally occurring viruses in the lab and then either intentionally or through some accident release it from that lab so the question is not about origin of the virus that's not man made the question is about whether was released accidentally or whether it was you know a natural occurrence and that's the question being investigated now as we know this virus has already killed tens of thousands of Americans do you envision political or social fallout from suggesting that a Chinese lab is to blame I do that's exactly why it's so important to be careful with that language between the president's secretary state and and doctors out she they're all saying something similar but to be very clear the fall out from a mistake or an accidental release will be you know somewhat significant but perhaps obviously not that level of war or conflict we've we've had this problem in our country where after nine eleven we had doctors in laboratories not properly caring for the anthrax that they were working on and studying and that could have been a bio laboratory security concerns certainly we can see a buyer laboratory safety concern in China and we want international agreements to improve those standards and those practices so that negligence and and mishaps don't happen but if it were intentionally intentionally released it's not intentionally created but intentionally released that would be tantamount to the largest bio warfare we've ever seen on the planet and so we have to be very careful to make sure we don't imply that unless there's pretty strong evidence that you kind of just touched on this but I'm just curious to know if you think that we will ever definitively know the true origin of the virus and how important is that discovery yeah I think that there's a good chance that we'll know so if it was both naturally occurring which it is and naturally transmitted let's say from the market down the street we may never be able to prove that there won't be a tie for men so to speak that we can zero in on and talk to but it was released from the lab many alternative intentionally or otherwise we should be able to find evidence of that I believe that's what our intelligence community is looking at now you can talk to lab officials and maybe disgruntled doctors that work at the lab there were observing their practices one of the first key questions I'll have to ask is whether that lab was actually looking at and performing research on this virus so will determine that and then we'll determined through investigation and if there is some link to the lab will find
"linsey davis" Discussed on WSB-AM
"To the democratic debate time George Stephanopoulos joining me for optics is linsey Davis this week it has been for American politics I was a disaster president trump has gone super St since his acquittal New Hampshire to start turning things around for the Democrats so let's meet our future MSNBC contributor or let's go to our phones all right in believe it or not it's coming and it's coming very quickly and well just a few short days two hundred and sixty seven we will be looking at the all important state of Ohio a little is standing by a lewd no Republican has ever made it to the White House without winning the Buckeye state and we will be watching closely in two hundred sixty seven days that's why we rocked out here prayers for you and cursed her rush we getting back thank you and I just weren't there's a rally tonight I would like you and your listeners to take a look at the demographic in those audiences I went to the rally and to lead them walked out with a thirty year old he goes for did I feel old here tonight because of all of the your insurance they're going to these rallies and they're connecting with this president there who went and hung them again for one thing I think these kids there's more kids going to career tech school community colleges telling out with with fifty sixty thousand dollar jobs in this state and their and their counterparts at the graduated from high school whether or not a college and they're gonna have a big dent in these kids are already buying terms and they want to hang on to their money yes my lazy what's happening to now our friend Maranda divine she writes for the New York Post very very good writer points out that the president's approval rating with non white voters again everything is broken down demographically is now soaring above twenty eight percent the president now is well around the twenty five percent approval rating with African Americans in about thirty eight percent with Hispanic Americans and the reason is he's delivering results that is to me that is a game changer now you have one record after another record after another record the president's approval rating of with with job creation for minority groups in this country the president went to North Carolina last Friday and he's talking about opportunities owns to lift underserved communities across the nation and create the tax cuts in the business environment whereby opportunities that could be a revitalization and a lot of areas and that's what we talk about as well and in the communities that need the most help which is smart now we also added another two hundred twenty five thousand jobs in January far beyond expectations yet again economic competence is at the highest point now in literally twenty plus years the the record that the president laid out in a state of the union the other night was unbelievable but the first time in our country's history at least in history Gallup holding polling the mood of the nation fifty nine percent of people believe we are now better off higher than when Reagan made his our economy a campaign rallying cry trump now has the highest economic approval rating of any president in twenty plus years sixty seven percent of Americans CBS news poll say the economy is you know either very or somewhat good that means they don't that's these are really high numbers now what are we get the Obama Biden here's what we know the record it was atrocious and that was thirty million more Americans on food stamps a million more poverty so the people of Ohio are doing great thank god the people in Pennsylvania are doing great this two hundred and twenty billion dollar deal with China alone in two years is going to help American farmers the American service sector of the American manufacturing sector I was gonna help the energy sector that's going to help our our run automotive sector as well car manufacturers you know what that means our fellow Americans are working thank god opportunity that means I get to buy a my new F. one fifty I get to buy a nicer house in a safer neighborhood with better schools great I get to go on vacation all my kids and I want to go to Disney for the last five years now I can take them you're gonna be miserable but they'll like it anyway Lou thank you good points are all right no the swing state this one Florida Jerry standing by Jerry hi how are you welcome to the live free or die state of New Hampshire what's going on Sean I have been now hoping to talk to you about this I'm really concerned most about that the ruling class atmosphere and the United States right now and people like Shia and Nablus and no I didn't mispronounce his name I think that was a better interpretation of how how his name should be but they just call not a dialer because these are not yeah well does IT Nadler the congenital corrupt compromise liar shift yeah we got him all right I think they need to I think if there's equal justice under law then they should be held up for sedation and conspiracy to overthrow his government because I believe what they were doing was trying to usurp the power of the executive branch and they even tried to usurp the power of the Senate itself and I I think that they they're the ones that claim that they're upholding the constitution in there everything they do they claim is for their checks and powers and what not but they're the ones that are abusing power and you know and tie it all in with the ruling class thing or the sanctuary cities you know go into that as well were they don't think that they have to live up to the laws of our nation but if we don't if we as the people don't go along with everything they say yeah heaven help us you know they're going to come after us with you know people with badges and guns but be it's all because I believe the Democrats they want more power over our lives and trump is proving that he wants more people have power over their own lives and but we need to stop this why needs to have his people go out to these corrupt rational Democrats and hold them accountable and pulled up her charges because they need to be because I believe it is truly sedition expeditions worse I'm just gonna tell you something not doing anything for the American people is not a good political campaign strategy you know it's funny that the words of van Jones echoed in my mind when he said about Democrats that they bent over looking about and this is an understatement this is a guy that on election night twenty sixteen said this is how white flash what happened in America that we saying about Democrats that they have been overlooking black voters engaging in three years of fantasy football politics with Mahler and impeachment and not all the bill Maher saying the same thing the president's delivering I always said the forgotten men and women because in the Obama Biden years the people that were disproportionately impacted the worse what minorities in America and America and they you know what they're the ones doing the best on the Donald trump's economic policies all of us have cell phones were paying too much I can tell you right now if you want to save money I've got the answer that's from our friends at your talk USA they're the best right now you can probably save over fifty percent but you're asking questions well Hannity I stick with the big name carrier because I know they have great coverage you are going to get how do I say this the right way the exact same coverage the exact same usually coming from the exact same.
Stephanopoulos, Muir, Davis, Sexton and Hernanandez Moderate N.H. Debate
"Ski it has been a lively start to the democratic debate here at Saint Anselm college Joe Biden is at center stage but the change has been the center of attention Amy Klobuchar call them cool newcomer Jill Biden repeated his attack that digits would represent a risky choice for the Democratic Party but then who the judge urged voters to turn the page on the past Joe Biden insisted the politics of the past we weren't so bad New Hampshire voters make their choice four days from now and there's a lot more debate left George Stephanopoulos linsey Davis David we were moderate here at Saint Anselm college in Manchester New Hampshire the candidates are now walking back out on stage and remains in place those
ABC News to bolster streaming service with live programming
"ABC news will boost its streaming service with the belief that these products will change the news business over the next decade the network says it will hire some fifty journalists that sign correspondence linsey Davis and Tom llamas the online leadership roles and increase the number of hours of live programming with the goal of becoming a round the clock service within
"linsey davis" Discussed on KOMO
"We aren't going anywhere it will mean the most to the brave women testifying and to all of us silence breakers that one of the women from the case now is actually expected to testify in this criminal trial here in New York to try to help prosecutors establish that Weinstein had a pattern of behavior that's ABC's linsey Davis reporting colder signed on nine fifteen however the propellants or its business update hand here is Brad good another brick and mortar retailer getting ready to shut down hundreds of its locations your one imports now says it will close up to four hundred fifty stores nearly half of its current locations as sales with eleven percent last quarter the company also shut down some of its distribution centers amid reports it may be getting ready to file for bankruptcy and hallmark card says it will cut four hundred jobs most of them at headquarters in Kansas city meantime the P. to some business our reports you are shopping mall vacancies have hit a two decade high has landlords continue to struggle to keep retailers in those buildings competing with online shopping that's good for business come on in we are a mix of alter the Dow down in trouble to just out of a hundred twenty three and three quarters to twenty eight five seventy nine the nasdaq is doggedly hanging on in positive territory but not by much it's up five and a half points to nine thousand seventy six and the SB five hundred is also down eight and a half points sitting at thirty two thirty seven is about renewed selling pressure is off over a hundred points will have the latest money update for you coming up in thirty minutes going to time nine fifty one well here with a really weird word buttery buttercream it's not quite better it's better ishe or maybe battery is like butcher your bakery shop that sells artisanal better product gig in America now where that's even more weird.
In #MeToo landmark moment, high stakes Weinstein rape trial starts in New York
"It the criminal trial for former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein opening in New York City today winds dean has pleaded not guilty to charges of rape and sexual assault ABC's linsey Davis outside the courtroom it was two years ago that you had more than eighty women come forward claiming that they had been sexually harassed or sexually assaulted by Harvey Weinstein of course prompting the hash tag me too movement now if convicted wind stink could face life in
Barge With 600 Gallons of Diesel Sinks Off Galápagos Islands
"Clean off a cleanup effort is underway after hundreds of gallons of diesel fuel spilled into the waters of Ecuador's Galapagos islands a crane collapsed as it was unloading containers of oil from a barge causing the ship to sink this past weekend staff from the Galapagos national park in the Ecuadorean navy immediately set up containment barriers in absorption cloths near the sunken vessel to prevent further contamination and harm to near surface creatures the islands are home to some of the most exotic wildlife on the planet listed as a UNESCO world heritage site reporter linsey Davis as local leaders are looking into the cause of the
Klobuchar and Buttigieg trade barbs over experience and ability to win
"House the democratic debate last night featuring seven presidential hopefuls who work to get their message out to potential voters that led to a few dust ups between candidates they reason linsey Davis has more fast rising candidate Pete booted judge face questions about his experience and electability senator Amy clover shark calling about on an earlier loss in a statewide race one that would be one thing you tried and you lost by twenty points that the mayor firing back try putting together a coalition to bring you back to office with eighty percent of the vote as a gay dude in Mike pence's Indiana the final debate of the year was the
Bloomberg files paperwork to run for president
"Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg has now filed papers with the Federal Election Commission another step toward a possible presidential run ABC's linsey Davis Bloomberg has also filed to appear on the ballot in five states and counting as many more than a hundred million dollars on ads and voter registration efforts in key states this is All reportedly propelled by the billionaire's concerns about if the current front runners could actually defeat president trump
Ronan Farrow claims 'multiple secret settlements' were made with Matt Lauer accusers 'years before' his firing
"For hearing from Pulitzer Prize winner Ronan Farrow now in his new book a former NBC employee claims former today show host Matt Lauer sexually assaulted her in a hotel room the facts of her case which are backed by documentation and eye witnesses suggested that there was an encounter here that she consistently has described as non consensual and she says regardless of what happened before and after that and how we interpreted that she said no the book also covers the allegations made against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein that part of the story now from ABC's linsey Davis in rolling pharaohs upcoming new book catching kill the investigative reporter details what he says were powerful attempts to stifle the reporting that ultimately sparked the explosive scandal and the me too movement in August of two thousand seventeen barrow says he thought he had enough of the story including secretly recorded audio of winds dean provided by an alleged victim willing to be named ombre good here is one
Robert De Niro accuser using voicemail apparently left by actor to back up her claims
"Former assistant actor Robert deniro Hughes's Emma being vulgar and abusive Robinson alleges the actor would ask her to scratch his back and button his shirt even as she rose through the ranks of his production company ABC's linsey Davis says Graham Robinson produces a voicemail as evidence. de Niro denies her claims and he is suing her for allegedly miss spending hundreds of thousands of
Epstein signed will days before his death in Manhattan jail
"There is new reporting tonight involving jeffrey epstein a._b._c. news confirming epstein filed a will in the u._s. Virgin islands just two days before taking his life. Who is the beneficiary. Here's a._b._c.'s linsey davis tonight tonight a._b._c. News has learned just two days before his suicide. Jeffrey epstein gene signed his will while the money is earmarked to go to his trust there no details on the beneficiaries his brother mark epsteins only known surviving relative this this as a vigorous defence of prince andrew is now underway buckingham palace releasing a new statement after video surfaced purportedly showing the prince at epstein's manhattan mansion mentioned in two thousand ten saying the duke of york has been appalled by the recent reports of jeffrey epstein's alleged crimes his royal highness deplores the exploitation of any human being thing and the suggestion he would condone participate in or encourage any such behavior is apparent this video which has not been independently verified by a._b._c. news appears to show the prince in the doorway waving to an unknown young woman at that time epstein had already served time as a sex offender virginia goo frei claimed in a deposition she was directed to have sex with the prince and other powerful men allegations they all deny before you know it on being lent out to politicians and academics academics and people that royalty lindsay davis has been covering this for weeks now and she's with us again tonight. You've learned more about jeffrey. Epstein's will at the salary. We've known tone for some time that he's estimated to be worth more than half a billion dollars. We now know that that will <hes> was filed in the u._s. Virgin islands of course where he owned his own island and he intended handed for two of his longtime attorneys to serve as executors stabilized just two days before he took his life all right lindsey thank you in other news amid the jeffrey epstein case and other major headline line tonight hugh her which the acting director of the bureau of prisons has been removed from his position attorney general william bar reassigning him after epstein suicide and amid allegations the two guards doctored logbooks here in new york claiming they had checked on epstein before his
Prince Andrew denies any involvement in Epstein's alleged sex trafficking ring
"D. B. O. British royal family responds to a video and unsealed documents which connect prince Andrew with the alleged sex trafficker Jeffrey up steam here's linsey Davis a blistering statement from Buckingham Palace defending prince Andrew after new video service purportedly showing the prince a Jeffrey abstains Manhattan mansion in two thousand ten the palace telling ABC news the Duke of York has been appalled by the recent reports of Jeffrey up scenes alleged crimes his Royal Highness deplores the exploitation of any human being and the suggestion he would condone participate in or encourage any such behavior is
Prince Andrew says he's "appalled" by alleged Jeffrey Epstein crimes
"Six eleven Britain's prince Andrew is distancing himself from a suspected sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein ABC's linsey Davis has more overnight a blistering statement from Buckingham Palace defending prince Andrew after new video service purportedly showing the prince a Jeffrey absence Manhattan mansion in two thousand ten the palace telling ABC news the Duke of York has been appalled by the recent reports of Jeffrey up scenes alleged crimes his Royal Highness deplores the exploitation of any human being and the suggestion he would condone participate in or encourage any such behavior is abhorrent this video which has not been independently verified by ABC news purportedly shows the Duke of York abstains home in December of two thousand ten waving to an unknown young woman at that point I have seen it already serve time and registered as a sex offender in both Florida and New York the prince was reportedly introduced to abstain through his longtime associate Gielen Maxwell who's been accused of recruiting underage girls like Virginia fray to act as sex slaves for him and other men Maxwell has never been charged and denies any wrongdoing according to deposition testimony from recently unsealed documents phrases she was directed to have sex with prince Andrew and several powerful men which the and the other men all tonight last week the palace making a statement Andrew spotted accompanying his mother the queen to church now the prince appears to be laying low this is the investigation into abstains death intensifies the millionaires attorneys considering legal action following his recent suicide his lawyers telling ABC news the defense team fully intends to conduct its own independent and complete investigation into the circumstances and because of Mr absence death this as a new report in The New York Times details his final weeks behind bars according to the times I've seen reportedly paid his lawyers to visit him for up to twelve hours a day where they would regularly am to the vending machines of drinks and snacks and he allegedly deposited money in other inmate's commissary accounts to avoid being preyed upon the times reports that interviews with officials and lawyers suggested in his final days have seen it started to realize the limits of his ability to deploy his wealth and privilege in the legal
"linsey davis" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Bit after the Dow dropped eight hundred points yesterday it jumped a hundred at the opening bell but before pulling back a bit yesterday's big fall prompted in part by an indicator from the bond market that a recession could be looming ABC's chief business correspondent Rebecca Jarvis at the New York Stock Exchange US consumer appears to be relatively strong the jobs picture is looking solid but on the other hand you have this trade war you have consumer prices potentially rising in business is having to grapple with that one man now under arrest after the nearly eight hour standoff in Philadelphia that left six police officers with gunshot wounds A. B. C.'s Giovanni does is on scene was just a frightening scene here for so many residents and officers investigators are still here they're gonna be here all day long we know that those officers who were injured are going to make a full recovery they have non life threatening injuries police say they were serving in our caught export here at this home when Maurice hill opened fire holding some officers hostage on the campaign trail sources tell ABC news democratic presidential hopeful John Hickenlooper is set to suspend his campaign today fresh evidence in the death of accused sex trafficker Jeffrey obscene The Washington Post reporting the autopsy shows that he suffered broken bones in his neck ABC's linsey Davis I was just a frightening we hear abstained in his own words a newly resurfaced interview with abstain conducted nearly two decades ago years before his conviction in the two thousand three interview with journalist David bank and published this week by Bloomberg the millionaire talked about his life on his remote Caribbean island the sight of raids by the F. B. I. N. N. Y. P. D. earlier this week ABC's linsey Davis reporting you're listening to ABC news.
Jeffrey Epstein, Linsey Davis And Maxwell discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Allegations about accused sex trafficker jeffrey epstein and members of his social circle. Those allegations come from newly unsealed documents from a now settle court case against epstein associate key lane maxwell. A woman claims that maxwell groomed her to be a sex slave to epstein and was traffic to some of his most powerful associates among those associates of former senator and governor. Here's a._b._c.'s linsey davis
Juul loses home turf as San Francisco bans e-cigarette sales
"San francisco is banning the sale of e cigarettes the first city to do so a._b._c.'s linsey davis not just prohibit the sale of e cigarettes in stores they also cannot be purchased online and then ship to a san francisco address you'll the industry leader is actually based in san francisco and released a statement saying in part they support regulation and enforcement instead of prohibition which they say will drive former adult smokers who successfully switched vapor products back to
Alleged cult leader found guilty in sex trafficking case
"Of the verdict tonight in the case getting national attention, the leader of a secret society prosecutor describing it as a cult like operation in upstate New York, the founder of Nexium accused of sex trafficking racketeering, starving and branding women with his initials. He attracted high profile followers, including an actress. Well, the jury today, taking just four hours ABC's Linsey Davis tonight with the verdict. Keith rainier the mastermind of the secrets, so-called self-help group Nexium, which some have called a sex cold found guilty today on all counts including forced labor conspiracy, and sex trafficking master manipulator. Conman? In the crime boss of a cult like organization involved, sex trafficking child pornography, extortion, compelled abortions, brand Dane degradation and humiliation renew your claim the women were never abused. I'm an interesting person. I'm a controversial person, but most importantly, I'm an unconventional person, but prosecutors say inside cookie cutter homes on. Manicured tree lined streets in upstate New York was abuse straight out of a horror movie. They say rainier preyed on women, including actresses and heiresses blackmailing them into a secret sisterhood, even branding, some of them with his initials was worse than shell birth. The imagine a hot laser dragged across your flesh for thirty minutes without anesthetic Catherine area. Now faces life in prison. His lawyer says it, he maintains he did not do anything wrong David. He plans to. Appeal. Loser Davis with us as well. Thank you, Lindsey.
Living near marijuana dispensaries makes youth more likely to use it, study finds
"Police in Toronto searching right now for a fourth person in connection with the shooting at a rally for the NBA champion, raptors gunfire, left four people wounded and send thousands running for their lives less than a block from where the players in Canadian Prime Minister and minister Trudeau were sitting on stage. Here's ABC's Linsey Davis investigation into the shooting is not over Toronto police are making an appeal to the public in addition to asking people to call in with information. They're also asking the people with video to upload it to their website. Three people were quickly, arrested on the scene, but the shell casings at the scene don't match the two guns that were seized the injured are all expected to
"linsey davis" Discussed on KOMO
"If you still watching this crash on canyon road partially blocking the ramp to eastbound highway twelve and traffic is still sluggish through that interchange are next KOMO traffic at seven zero four thanks Tim O Puget Sound forecast for clouds tonight and tomorrow, we'll have the low mostly cloudy day sprinkler to scattered around the sound out of huge belly washer, but unless be prepared for a little wet weather to start off with and then later in the day, we get drier and wind up with sunshine on Sunday. Tomorrow's high in the mid fifties. Sunday, high sixty downtown right now, it is sixty at six fifty five new calls for the NFL to take a tougher position on domestic violence. Disturbing. Audio has sidelined the can. Kneza City Chiefs star wide receiver details from ABC's Linsey Davis in the audio exclusively obtained by Casey TV you hear. What is purported to be tyreek hill and his fiancee, crystal Espinel talking about an alleged incident of child abuse involving their three year old son? His fiancee claims he'll hurt their child and that the young boy is terrified of him. Hill denies the accusation a new investigation as reportedly been launched, and that's ABC's. Linsey Davis quarterback. Josh Rosen is changing you forms after one year as the quarterback the cardinal sent Rosen to the Miami Dolphins for one of their second round picks, the sixty second overall selection as we continue to monitor the draft today. The cardinals drafting Oklahoma quarterback Tyler Murray. First overall in the NFL yesterday, making rose indispensable the cards moved up and last year's draft to select Rosen tenth overall out of UCLA. He threw by the way for twenty two hundred yards eleven touchdowns and fourteen interceptions.
"linsey davis" Discussed on KOMO
"ABC's? Linsey Davis has details. Warner Brothers studios. Ceo, Kevin Suji Hora. Who's led the company through lucrative films? Like a star is born and the latest LEGO movies is now stepping aside after allegations of sexual misconduct. The fifty four year old studio chief was said to have been pushing for auditions for the woman, he was alleged to be having an extramarital affair with British-born actress and singer Charlotte kirks Kirk has appeared in small roles in hit movies like oceans eight. Suji Hora initially denied the allegations. But then leak text to the Hollywood reporter pointed to a sexual relationship. Suji Hora reportedly telling Kirk I need to be careful and later, the actress reportedly writing, you're very busy. I know, but when we were in that motel having sex, you said, you would help me Suji Horace, personal attorney has stated Mr. Suji horror had no direct role in the hiring of this. Actress in a letter announcing his resignation Suji horror wrote we have decided that it is. In Warner Brothers best interests that I stepped down as chairman and CEO Kirk previously released her own statements saying I am fatty deny any inappropriate behavior. Also, adding Mr. Suji horror never promised me. Anything Warner media released a statement saying in part, the company continues to work with third party law firm to complete its investigation with Mr. Suji cooperation, Charlotte Kirk has released her own statement saying that she is deeply saddened to see Horace step down. I think it's important to you. You also make the distinction that Sergio har- does not face a sexual harassment or any kind of misconduct issue here is there. There's a California law that basically forbids bosses from having sex or support supporting it's even if it's consensual. That's what he faces an assault against an employee at the King County courthouse in Seattle is prompting calls to improve safety around the area. The latest assault happened. Monday along third avenue not far from the courthouse. Komo's Steve McCarron reports from downtown with more on the attack the courts employee was hitting her arm during the lunch hour along third avenue.
"linsey davis" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Linsey Davis superintendent of schools in Elwood, Indiana says she's learned her lesson after being charged with. Insurance fraud. I'm not saying that was right. I'm really sorry. Just I was scared for him. According to police, Casey smitherman went to the home of a six student and took him to a medical center where she used a false name claiming he was her son. She then admits to driving him to a pharmacy where she had a prescription filled for an antibiotic because the student didn't have insurance smitherman made a deal with police in the school district to keep her job. If she did not cause trouble the following year in court yesterday attorneys for Jake Wagner asked their client, not to wear shackles from now on so as not to taint, the jury pool more from seven hundred Jack crumley court documents listing evidence prosecutors say they have against the Wagner's as pretrial hearings continue in court Thursday. One of the sons Jake Wagoner saw his attorney's request that he not be shackled in future court appearances, the judge granted that request. If Jake wears a stun belt as far as that discovery evidence goes interviews and photos from the investigation into. The shooting deaths of eight members of the rodent family. Autopsy reports and ballistic evidence. Also, more intriguing things like a picture of a burned VCR items recovered from the search of a well a picture of a tattoo, and unknown video clip from the late ninety s vigilante movie boondock saints, patchy feeling. And more Jack. Crumley News Radio seven hundred wwl w so does this happen to you. You're cruising down the freeway. Minding your own business listening to seven hundred and all of a sudden, boom. Yeah. Hit that pothole are working working a quick fix the potholes. Plaguing drivers on I seventy one near the duck creek and ridge exits spokesperson. Brian Cunningham says the weather is to blame for the issues. My understanding that there were several potholes that popped up in that location. We dispatch some crews to do some emergency pothole repair. And obviously with the weather it a temporary repair and once the weather warms bit. We'll go out there and do something a little bit more permanent Cunningham says some potholes are unavoidable. But if you slow down you've got a better chance of noticing, and then missing one that'd be Cunningham, NewsRadio seven hundred w Alibaba closer and closer to the first season of MLS soccer with FC Cincinnati. See Cincinnati's first game in Major League Soccer is March second at Seattle and the first home game against Portland March seventeenth how heading into twenty nineteen was to have twenty thousand season tickets secured and we're coming up on that number. You know with lowest in two months to go for the home opener. Jeff Smith vice president of ticket sales believes they'll exceed that goal mattress. Newsradio seven hundred wwl double.
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"We don't yet know if that has happened for now, they are not calling Frasier a suspect David Clayton. Thank you now to major developments involving Harvey Weinstein headed to court today hoping to get his sexual assault case dismissed but tonight with the judge said instead ABC's Linsey Davis was at the courthouse. Harvey Weinstein leaving court today. One step closer to standing trial for rape, the judge ruling he would not dismiss. The criminal case against him. We remain confident despite the court's ruling today that ultimately at a trial of this case miss the Weinstein will be completely exonerated initially Weinstein faces six counts related to allegations by three women, including charges of rape and sexual assault. But one of those charters was later dropped after potential inconsistencies in one accuser story mind. Stein's attorney argued that her perjured testimony contaminated the grand jury proceedings and called for the remaining five counts to be dismissed the judge disagreed. We just left the courthouse where Harvey Weinstein was not acquitted or dismissed leaders of the metoo movement and several actresses, including Marisa Tomei. Emerged from the courtroom saying they were relieved. The case would move forward. Weinstein is expected back in court in March for a pretrial hearing. He's still faces multiple civil suits as well. And also important to note that he has maintained all along that he has never had any nonconsensual sexual encounters. David Davis with us again tonight. Thank you Lindsey in other news tonight acting attorney general Matt Whitaker has chosen not to recuse himself from overseeing the special counsel investigation. Although he was openly critical of Muller and the investigation on cable news, a DJ ethics official concluded that although it was a close. Call out of an abundance of caution suggesting Whitaker should step aside because of an appearance of conflict of interest, but he chose not to meantime, we have learned tonight the president's nominee for the permanent AG spot. William Barr submitted a nineteen page memo to the DOJ back in June strongly objecting to these special counsel's investigation into the president and possible obstruction of Justice, another brutal day for investors and your. Oh, one k the government shutdown showdown contributing to the uncertainty again tonight. The Dow falling sharply plunging four hundred sixty four points this Thursday.
"linsey davis" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"One of the Kaiser security personnel went over and contacted him at which time through a chair through window authorities have confirmed David that they found a gun on the scene, though they have not been able to confirm reports that it was fired multiple times. Do know, however, that nobody was heard in that hospital ward behind me. David met up in Downey, California, Matt, thank you. Next tonight, authorities have released new surveillance video that they say, reveals a sinister plot to burn down the parliament building to quote, kill all the Jews cameras show the suspect pushing a card down the hallway where he lived and then in the elevator with gas canisters. In that cart tonight, he's facing attempted arson attempted murder and hate crime charges, and here's ABC's Linsey Davis with images just out tonight. For the first time we see what prosecutors say was part of an alleged plot for a massacre at a Florida condo seventy two year old. Walter stalbur now behind bars on surveillance. Video police. Say he planned to quote kill all Jews of reference to his neighbors. Back in July police in Miami Beach, say they stop Stober before he was able to set fire to his condo after receiving a notice of a vision in the newly released video, we see him pushing a shopping cart down the halls, and then inside an elevator wants inside the elevator. He lifts the cloth revealing gas containers, police located this storage room with twenty eight additional containers with gasoline. Sulfur powder and potassium..
"linsey davis" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Video of the test launch of a powerful new generation of nuclear intercontinental ballistic missiles but abc news has confirmed that president trump warned vladimir putin earlier this month in a phone call if you wanna have an arms race we can do that but i'll win nothing we wanna think about tom strong words from the president there all right martha thank you next more advertisers pulling away from laura ingraham's fox news tv show after she mocked parkland school shooting survivor david hogg for being rejected by several colleges ingram has apologized to hog but some advertisers are still holding her to account here's abc's linsey davis park lynn highschool survivor david hug says the apology from fox news anchor laura ingram is too little too late i will only accept laura's apology when she apologizes to all the individuals she's hurt and her professional career this seventeen year old turn national voice for gun laws we pay no law first appeared on anger show on the night of the parkland shooting there's a serious issue in this country that we all need to face but he's now calling for companies to boycott the conservative commentator after ingram taunted hog on twitter earlier this week about being turned down by several colleges writing david hogg rejected by four colleges to which he applied and wines about it haag immediately fired back tweeting so ingrahamangle what are your biggest advertisers asking for a friend hashtag boycott ingram adverts just today office depot added its name to the growing list of companies pulling the plug on ads on her nightly show on fox news ingram did apologize to hog in tweet for any upset or hurt she may have caused to quote the brave victims of parkland that we reached out to fox news.
"linsey davis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis
"Air or off air behind the scenes always just being like such a friend and good listener and support um i i so appreciate you likewise genuinely thanks and now it's time for our no limits entrepreneur of the wheat where we feature one of our listeners who's building something of her own and are no limits entrepreneur this week is of mealy adaren she is the ceo and founder of amelia rose design amelia grew up at greenwich connecticut she attended trinity college and then went onto suffolk university law school she says she grew up with the entrepreneurial spirit and started her first business in high school making chocolate covered fruit platters with her close girlfriend she also watched her older brother purchase and then successfully managing grow a boy summer camp which inspired her desire to create a business amelia was corporate council for a major engineering consulting firm at the time she was about to launch her brand amelia rose she says her days were filled with what felt like nonstop fifty plus page contracts and why she likes to call professional arguing she says that the intense and at times unpleasantly will work led her to daydream and imagine what else she could be doing with their time she says that with jewelry design there's a gratification of illustrating an idea into something tangible and that combined with monetize ing and scaling the creative component into a financially successful company amelia says is nothing short of exhilarating before leaving her job amelie had a skeleton of a business plan in place one main supplier and a long list of jewelry designer she contacted for help she says that over the years she's come to learn and realize the barriers to entry and jewelry design are so low and success in the industry is rare and therefore competitive so she had to learn that collaboration and sharing of resources is greatly limited amelia was able to launch or company in two thousand seven with forty thousand dollars of her own savings today she says that they have business lines of credit with suppliers which he says is especially helpful when going to production on large order.
"linsey davis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis
"Of black people who at the time i mean this was again like during it this this time of the interview there'd have been several months of black people who were shot and killed by police when there was a question about why they were shot um and so there was an indifference uh that he had uh with regard to the whole matter and so it ended up not going so all of a sudden it would just turn left and um he had some very not so nice things to say um about me and winner them limit thinking during all of this well i just thought yeah i didn't take it personally i wasn't even like a mad or offended i think is just like uh you just there are certain people that you kind of feel like they have their own thoughts and way of expressing themselves in it's not necessarily how you would express yourself but i just fell of bad for him i that he knew he felt he needed to you know become derogatory or about me or or say you know negative things about me um but i just listened i listen and you know at times even nodded like i mean that was his perspective and where where he was coming from at that time uh i just you know i think that when when you do this for as long as we have you just you take the good with the bad and in at a certain point i mean sir.
"linsey davis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis
"Um so we did an interview with a little wayne and we covered a number of topics i thought it was actually a pretty fascinating interview would just his thoughts on at the time it was the runup to the election so his thoughts on at the time the access hollywood tape had just been leaked or put out there and so his thoughts on trump i mean he had really interesting commentary in his views on life were really kinda fascinating i thought uh and everything was going swimmingly rebecca until uh the last question which was about black lives matter and his thoughts on black lives matter because he had kinda he had run into a little bit of a we've gotten a little backlash when he had been on a sports radio show were tv show talking about black lives matter prior and so is just kind of asking followup and he became really upset about it and but still answer the question and basically was saying he he didn't understand who first he said he didn't know what it was uh he didn't know what black lives matter he said that he didn't know a black lives matter was uh which then when we later went back he had said it even on stage at a concert and so you know it was he did really know but then he was preceded he proceeded to say that um you know his life matters and that's what's important and you know the fact that he has so much money and so his life matters um which may be true that when you add accrue certain amount of wealth that your life becomes in some people's minds more valuable than others but there was a disconnect there was an inability for him to especially growing up where he grew up in holly grove it and and uh not being able to be sensitive to the plight of.
"linsey davis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis
"Hamas like that i dislike nailed it right i'll 25 then i wanted to be at the network by thirty and so right uh right before i did i i was like twenty nine and a half when i when i got here but i got an agent like right before that to make sure that i was going to deliver on that and how did you make that transition to the network how'd it how did the whole thing come to be well i were you know as far as how did i get the job yeah outage a for how did you get on their radar in the beginning or or were you reaching out was your agent reaching out so back then them now in a really deep myself with vhs cassette tapes rate and so you would make those of your your real and your best uh best work and so i would kind of send those out but uh any bj which is national national association of black journalists has a convention and happened to have one in indianapolis and there was a woman unbeknownst to me who worked here uh at the network who lived or visit did part time i guess visited her brother who lived in indianapolis so she would see me i anchored at the time the weekend news i would see me at apparently had mentioned something to one of the women who is in a hiring a recruiting here and so i met up with them when i was uh in uh indianapolis at the convention and then they said hey you know why don't we have you come to new york at some point and i was still under contract in indian indianapolis and they made it very casual and they didn't even say they had a job opening so i just kinda came and met with a bunch of people and really was thinking that this was just to keep me in mind for down the road when they had an opening and when it would work out perfectly in line with my contract being open and uh then that night they called my agent and said we want to offer lindsey a job and i i was at my parents house and i jumped up like a cartoon and kick my heels and then got very down because i was still.
"linsey davis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis
"You look at you like you can look great lindsay always looking great and now you're bugging no not at all and now you're you're brand new book is coming out yes february six the world is awake is the name of the book uh i'm looking at it right now what made you write a children's book so my son uh so my son is now almost four and when i was reading books to him early on i kind of reminded me of my own childhood i was a big fan of shell silverstein where the sidewalk ends and dr sues and then really when i was going to books go into bookstores to look for books for him i started seeing or not seeing that there were there just weren't enough books that reflected kids it look like him and i just feel that that's like still very problematic for you know to be in two thousand eighteen and to not have that there's this professor at ohio state university professor bishop and she wrote road this essay about windows mirrors and sliding glass doors and she talks about how essential it is that every children's book has a window in a mirror amir to reflect the child and a window to look out into the world to see the things that they wouldn't see in an everyday situation and how effective a window can be and becoming a sliding glass door basically transporting a child into this world of um were kids are different and don't necessarily look like them in how in that difference they're able to see their sameness at the same time and so as i was looking at that and reading into that i felt like let me be the one then to to make this this book for my son and for other children i mean not yeah the important thing for everybody.
"linsey davis" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis
"I don't think that it pays to have that pessimistic outlook on whatever it is of it's something that you have to do better to do it with a smile better to do it with a positive outlook because it still is going to have to happen yeah and so you still are going to have to go through it and so rather then you like all i can't believe or this isn't going to be able to happen or how many gonna make this work i always gonna take the aspect the attitude of like okay so what what needs to happen for this to happen yeah and and somehow it always happens from abc if no limits i'm rebecca jarvis in each week we're talking to the most bold an influential women lake at the top of their game trying to demystify success and what it really takes to get there in all of the tradeoffs whether you're looking for answers or you just want to hear a good story you're in the right place on today's episode my friend and colleague linsey davis she is a twotime emmy awardwinning journalist who reports as a correspondent for oliver abc news platforms world news tonight with david muir good morning america nightline and 2020 and now she's adding author to her list of accomplishments with her first children's book the world is away linsey davis welcome to no limits thank you so much for having me rebecca i'm really excited about this conversation because we've known each other now i've been an abc five years yuban at abc now eleven almost eleven almost eleven years and i'm only 12 he's.
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"One session dzhizak bubbling over with enthusiasm so caen i know throughout this retreat we had asked you to focus on this one word for me my one word um was fearless i just live my life always being afraid feel free i feel so inspired and most of all i film control i think i'm definitely open and ready to find love for the again for the first time for me i have that confidence so i'm definitely going to pick a different type of love and loved that i deserve for nine mind i'm linsey davis in new york vashem is weighty meant why should your wardrobe permanent thus the thinking behind the new craze of renting clothing giving customers on demand access to thousands of outfits for monthly fee so your style will never again feel worn out here's abc's chief business economics and technology correspondent rebecca jarvis but i don't have a lot of time in the morning to be crossing over what i'm gonna wear but i want to let three rachel joe silver is a fashionable budgetconscious business owner always looking for ways to cut costs i'd love club but i don't let yummy but you never it from her designer wardrobe this jacket more than one thousand dollars for top and tote another thousand in fact on any given day the value of rachel's outfit slightly exceed several thousand dollars but that's not what she's paying totti brick lopes rachel rents her entire wardrobe read the runways unlimited service so i know that i want a fairer and like this is something maybe i would wear for one hundred fifty nine dollars you can rent designer clothes from of virtual closet delivered straight tear door.
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"I am heartbroken for the women that he is harmed he added he seen no remorse from his brother i have spoken to him to time since news broke hoping to here oh my god what have i done i didn't hear that what is being heard tonight the words me to after actress eliza malania tweeted if you've been sexually harassed her assaulted right me too as a reply to this tweet so we might give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem and linsey davis here with us tonight and now millions of people have responded that social media call more than five million people have responded with me to on facebook and twitter think about this way david that means that more than 45 percent of people in this country have a facebook friend who's already replied me tale linsey davis on the story ghent and i think he lindsay next the nfl owners meet here in new york city tomorrow all of them facing lawsuits now from former quarterback colin kaepernick who claims the league and the owners work together to deny him work here's abc's ryan smith tonight former forty nine whose quarterback colin kaepernick taking on the nfl accusing the league and team owners of colluding to keep him sidelined lose routes derives skoll the cause capper nick says his refusal to stand during the national anthem last season as a protest against racial injustice the grievance alleges teams wanted to sign him only two mysteriously goes silent with no explanation while capper nick played six seasons for the forty nine ers and took them to a super bowl some three dozen other quarterbacks had been signed since he last played say get that son of of the field right now fire last month president trump reignited the take any debate today he stood his ground your disrespecting our flag.