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04:39 min | 11 months ago

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"Franchise with a Lisa Jaffe at the editor's desk is bill o'neill the Supreme Court is temporarily blocking house Democrats from access to documents in the Russia investigation the court granted the trump administration and emergency request to keep the material secret while it pursues a full High Court appeal the court is giving the White House until June first to file its full appeal no boat races blue angels are fourth of July fireworks the pandemic puts a halt to traditional C. fair events this summer in Seattle including the annual torchlight parade a Twitter thread over mail in ballots from the president today president trump threatened to hold up federal money to both Michigan and Nevada over voting by mail A. B. C.'s mark rumble large reporting so he's crying foul about those states saying that they could lead to voter fraud but some are saying that would make it so much easier for voters in light of covert nineteen mark yeah not only would it make it easier for a lot of voters and safer let's not forget the CDC also recommend voting by mail because of the ability to avoid possible transmission of cover nineteen so easier and safer for a lot of voters despite the president's desire to call and say that there's the possibility of voter fraud as a result of this and that it will help the Democrats there's just simply no evidence to either two of those points to support that but in fact president trump tweeted about two states Nevada and Michigan two key battleground states in twenty twenty so it's probably very likely that he's focusing on those states for a reason but the Nevada secretary of state just responded who is a Republican by the way defending the state's move to mail in ballots as a result of covert nineteen and said that it's been doing that mail in ballots for over a century for people in the military certain people who reside out of state and they said that in all that time there's been no evidence of election fraud that they've ever encountered really got into it though with Michigan's governor explained what happened there yeah so so what would happen once in his first tweet he erroneously said that Michigan is mailing ballots to seven point seven million voters in the state and that's not the case he later corrected it because he was corrected by the secretary of state and Michigan who said that they're not sending ballots out there sending applications for ballots and this is something that even the RNC has said they're comfortable with what they have no opposition the state doing that there are number of GOP led states that are doing the same thing where they send out applications people could fill that out and say I do want a mail in ballot for the election send that back in and they'll get their ballot in the mail this is something that can also result in more updated voter rolls and things like that so that there's actually some positives to having that happen but the president was accusing instead of just illegally sending out these ballots which is not the case he later corrected that but again seems to claim that this is illegal however the state and the governor and the secretary of state say there's absolutely nothing illegal about them sending out these absentee ballots hadn't he requested a mail ballot for Florida that's right the president himself both this way and has voted this way in both Florida and New York so this is a practice that he has accepted for himself but it's something that he again argues that there's widespread voting fraud or a possibility of that and and there simply isn't any evidence to support that the fact is is that on a smaller scale yes there is the possibility that people could get ballots hamper with them or or manipulate them in some way there is some precedent for that it has happened but on a national election for something like the presidency this scale of doing that it's just it's mind boggling when you think about ballots being sent out to hundreds of millions of Americans and people having to intercept those or manipulate them match signatures compared to boating role user just think that they're on a widespread scale is so far fetched that's why there just hasn't been any evidence of this and again president trump in the she did a voter fraud commission when he started his presidency and that ended up disbanding without really ever finding any evidence of any voter fraud really of any kind A. B. C.'s mark Graham Miller thank you mark thank you and on the topic election day still five months away but a new poll today shows some of the strongest numbers yet for presumptive democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden Joe Biden received fifty percent support compared to thirty nine percent for president trump in Quinnipiac university's latest national survey one of the largest pulling leads for the former vice president in recent months registered voters responded that they believe Biden would better handled both the coronavirus response and health care that they view the former vice president as more honest than trump the pair finished neck and neck though and how they'd handle the economy Adam Kelsey ABC news Washington.

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"lisa jaffe" Discussed on KOMO

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04:13 min | 11 months ago

"lisa jaffe" Discussed on KOMO

"Jeremy greater recounts sizeable Lisa Jaffe arrest warrants are being issued in Florida for pair of NFL players including the sea hawk on several counts of armed robbery with a firearm and aggravated assault with a firearm according to Miramar police the suspects are Quinton Dunbar of the Seattle Seahawks and D. Andre Baker of the New York Giants the warrants stem from an incident when they allegedly began robbing people at a party after an argument broke out police reports indicate Dunbar assisted in taking watches cash and other valuables authorities say they believe the robbery was planned because there were multiple vehicles that were positioned to expedite an immediate departure from the scene neither player is in custody but both were expected to turn themselves in and it's interesting because Charlie harder was up tweeting out this morning that the Seahawks justice showed an interview with Dunbar this morning as he was being asked about what it was like to be as a part of the C. hawks today of as people slowly return to work social distancing rules will still be in effect and now some companies are turning to wearable technology to send reminders to employees if they're getting too close to their peers reporting on this in the Washington post is cancer Craske and she spoke about it with como's Taylor van sice from the look of some of these devices it kind of looks like a a Fitbit or a watch that would be used to one of these things like proxy halo in their bracelet due to the person who's wearing it that's exactly right so these bracelets walk a lot like a sports watcher that and basically if you are wearing a proxy halo bracelet and you get within six feet of another person wearing a bracelet it'll start to vibrate to remind you not to get too close to another person and it'll feel a little bit like your cell phone going off if you had it on vibrate mode okay so it's not a big alarming sensation a severely but some people may be alarmed by the fact that their employer wants them to suddenly have some not necessarily jewelery but tracking device on them yeah I think you know it's a big shift for the American workplace you view devices so far have been adopted both in industrial settings you know the one example we talk about in the article is that ward has been experimenting with Samsung smartwatches to alert people on the tractor you that they're getting too close to one another but you know this is just kind of part of a broader trend of employee monitoring that is expanding amid the pandemic and company think about how they're going to bring workers back safely and you know while the blood thing might not be that much of a concern for people this technology will be able to see you know okay how long were you in an area with another person at the company and and that you can raise some privacy concerns for employees has the proxy halo bracelet and competitors with the halo bracelets have they been on the market for a while or is this all kind of in response to the pandemic no wonder making social distancing bracelet before a couple months ago but basically companies like proxy there's another one in Europe called Bombay they were making wearables for industrial work setting so proxy until a few weeks ago with making a bracelet that basically warned people working on construction sites and other utility rolled of the risk of electrocution and so they have adapted the report so they're already making for industrial workers now work for the new purpose social distancing and finally in general what kind of costs would be associated with implementing this kind of system it added the employer proxies bracelets cost a hundred dollars per bracelet and and Samsung and other companies have various price point they think that there's something that grows in popularity will be water rushed to market what do you think and perhaps more existing smartwatches like the Samsung one speaking out that it could do that additional job for the where cats Christie with us on komo news reporter from The Washington Post.

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05:06 min | 1 year ago

"lisa jaffe" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm Rick franchise of the Lisa Jaffe Jeremy graders are editor among our top stories president trump is tossing out a resolution meant to limit his ability to direct military action against Iran he vetoed what he called a very insulting war powers resolution the measure was introduced after trump ordered a military strike that killed a top Iranian general in January locally how to get Washington back on a solid economic footing post covert nineteen that's the task of a new bipartisan state Senate committee form today to recommend legislation on the long term economic recovery from the pandemic the president's coronavirus task force is still operating despite earlier reports from the White House that it would be winding down yeah you've been hearing about this in our news from the top and bottom of the hour and A. B. C. and let's go to the B. B. C. news Washington DC correspondent Andy field to learn more about what's going on and the why the about face today which was delivered I guess by a presidential tweet this morning it was the president responded I will read you his quote verbatim you said I felt we could wind it down sooner but I had no idea how popular the task forces which is an interesting statement because it has forced job is not to be popular but to help the president and other government agencies find their way out of this crisis a lot of variety of levels and they've done some of those things by the helping get respirators the hospitals ramp up production of mass try to get testing out there those are all parts of what the task force is supposed to do but the crisis is far from over and the president was suggesting and is pushing very hard to reopen the government and said he wanted something different well he later said that he spoke to quote very respected people who told them it is better to keep the task force going which begs the question why the president didn't speak to those same very respected people before he made the announcement that he was going to call us today now you've got a hundred and eighty degree switch almost as a delegate keep it up and today we heard from his press secretary Andy that as you mentioned in the tweet the president didn't seem to realize the importance of the daily briefings but now does even though I I and this is the curious part some have warned him that his participation in those could be a political liability so of where does he fall in office all right reserved the briefings will be there he actually gave her an interview with the New York Post the other day and they were asking was he frustrated that he couldn't have these rallies to get his message out to the people during the election campaign he said he was and they ask will use the briefing is effective is reaching the people you want to reach to route to get reelection as as the as your rallies and he suggested that indeed the word because the ratings as he continues to talk about the popularity I work very hard so the president seemed to suggest that part of the reason he was doing these daily briefings was to almost substitute or make up for the fact that he wasn't getting whistle blows we have these campaign rallies the coronavirus task force was sent to me today despite all this it behind the scenes any news anything developed out of their meetings today no but there you know certainly there's great frustration and and you folks in Seattle have been dealing with this far longer than the rest of the country hi but there is there's great frustration for people who are losing their jobs are going to have a new jobs report out tomorrow that's going to be as devastating as the ones we've seen before we go up to something like sixteen percent unemployment in this country which is a staggering number of people out of work in the present he's pushing for it Maryland's governor who's been pretty conservative about this and he's a Republican is saying we're going to depart told the water re opening tomorrow but we're also seeing in many states including Texas and Florida when they start reopening beaches are we opening these places will people start together the number of Kobe cases start to soar and that is the one with a lot of states are having the frustration not only the president every state governor the people who live in those states are having right now certainly an ongoing situation in Washington state with the various phase ins of getting things back to somewhat of a normal situation over time all right thank you very much that is A. B. C.'s Andy field in Washington DC come on it's time for twenty Jim Tesco now with our propelling Sharon's money update stock fell to a fairly narrow range today finishing mixed the Dow Jones industrials retreated two hundred eighteen points of the S. and P. five hundred east twenty but the nasdaq composite rose forty five the third straight events for the tech heavy index General Motors is reportedly planning to restart several of its factories on may eighteenth the great news says the automaker sent out alerts to that effect to you A. W. members at the impacted factories yesterday this morning GM reported first quarter profit and total revenue that not surprisingly fell from a year ago but beat expectations as U. S. truck sales rose sharply that's your money now money news at twenty and fifty past the hour commute conditions coming up.

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Trump pushes $2 trillion infrastructure package

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03:36 min | 1 year ago

Trump pushes $2 trillion infrastructure package

"With so many people out of work during the pandemic is now the time to rebuild America's infrastructure and create jobs that's what president trump is suggesting and house speaker Nancy Pelosi doesn't think it's a bad idea ABC news Washington correspondent Andy field joint como's Lisa Jaffe and Rick van sice anti what kind of projects are we talking about and and how much would this cost well the president said the price tag would go upwards of two trillion dollars now we you know we just passed a two trillion dollar bills that would put the country another two trillion dollars of all are the doesn't seem to be any way to pay for it other than to stimulate the economy I the price tag was a one trillion half of that about a year ago well actually back last fall when none of the Democrats and the Republicans came to preserve the site the president and the president declined stormed out of that meeting because he said I'm not gonna talk about anything to you guys stop investigating we stop writing impeachment and that's the last time we talked about this well now we're in a crisis the president says interest rates are at zero is a great time to do it they have to close in a rare moment of agreement says yes it is and certainly put a lot of people back to work right away and what better time to rebuild the roads and bridges what no one's driving well and not just that but we're talking about other infrastructure to such is what the internet broadband and water and that kind of thing all these projects would be possible possible but of course then you have the usual problems of going through regulations and getting things approved an eminent domain names were rose would have to go through neighborhoods club them so as much as this sounds fantastic it's not as easy sure the bomb and the first thing is to get that thing approved in Congress we had something similar back in two thousand eight the problem is that the money got approved but a lot of it never got used for any of the construction projects well you talk about that you talk also any about the infrastructure bill as it's known has been kicking around Congress for for a while now but under these circumstances what's likely to happen next is anybody there up on the hill suggested Hey we better at least take the next step on this yes hello this is one of the personal information they when they come back from this extended recess and she doesn't expect Congress to come back at least until the end of this month or maybe a little bit sooner the president's talking about this but we don't know what the next few weeks will bring here we go at this news conference you mentioned I'm near you giving some kneeling Dyer's science fiction disaster movie like numbers in terms of how many people might die and that's it we all obey the stay home rules that's how bad it's gotten in other places those of the bottles are using so the advice that we kept hearing over and over and over again forget the infrastructure build the money being paid to post everything is simply stay home stay away from people and will that advice be taken by Congress me talk about them coming back is there a chance that the next session will just be delayed until this thing settles down it's possible I mean the president keeps pushing these numbers back further and further anti for anti poaching twenty percent of these models he basically said look we're going to see some deaths from this perhaps all the way into June June doesn't mean of pre pandemic is a lesson he says it will be getting significantly better before that but a lot of times of sickness in the the depths wag the actual lessening of the

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"lisa jaffe" Discussed on KOMO

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04:21 min | 1 year ago

"lisa jaffe" Discussed on KOMO

"A Lisa Jaffe as we continue covering the story and at least we've got some new numbers here for Washington yes the death toll keeps climbing across our state as a result of the corona virus pandemic a county by county count shows at least two hundred twenty five deaths the majority in hard hit king county which has seen the disease kill at least one hundred fifty people thirty three deaths reported in Snohomish county seven in Waukon county Pierce Clark and Benton counties each report at least six code nineteen deaths the state's top public health official meantime says corona virus continues to spread outside the Seattle area we go to come was Charlie harder for that part of our coverage Dr Kathy Lopes has a lot of concerns she's the public health officer for the state department of health first there's the increased percentage of positive Kobe tests then there is the spread to dozens of nursing homes and the rapid spread outside the Puget Sound area unfortunately the number of deaths from Kobe nineteen reported per day has also gradually been increasing which is concerning to me as well in a press briefing she says data and modeling point to the outbreak reaching its peak in Washington state on April nineteenth despite the bad situation Loki says it could have been worse she credits the social distancing efforts that went into place early around here keeping the growth rate much lower it in places like New York and Louisiana Charlie Harker colonials so far so good when it comes to ventilators in Washington state the word from governor Jay Inslee's chief of staff David postman who knows there's a lot of competition among the states for those critical devices as the corona virus pandemic continues I heard that we made an order and then lost it because somebody out this postman says the state has enough ventilators right now and recently placed an order for one thousand additional devices with private companies will tomorrow the angel of the winds arena in ever it will be used as a quarantine and isolation facility the arena will be separated into two sections one and it will be for those who have been exposed to corona virus need to be monitored for symptoms the other section will be for those showing symptoms of the disease Snohomish county executive Dave Somers says is for those who might not be able to recover in their own home or perhaps don't have a home most people will stay here for a matter of days for up to two weeks fourteen days again will be closed when we no longer need it for this purpose so at this point we can't really give you a closing date up to a hundred people could be housed there six thirty four let's find out how does that commute slick and right now let's turn it over to travel full time for a check on our traffic good evening we're watching a crash in Seattle on cellphone five just after on nine ninety is blocking the right lane she wants you to the left to get by there is because it just a bit of a hesitation also in Seattle the carpool lane is blocked with a crash on southbound five at the west Seattle bridge in west Seattle the traffic signals are all flashing red in all directions at thirty Fifth Avenue southwest and southwest Barton street to remember to treat that isn't always stop in Winlock an earlier crash we were watching on southbound five as cleared but there is still some slowing between Sargent road overpass and highway five oh five any granite falls an earlier crash it was there for quite awhile and canyon drive it mountain loop highway that's cleared as well with no longer any slowing through the area this report is sponsored by account temps demand for top talent is at an all time high keep your project moving with highly skilled accounting and finance professionals from Accountemps Accountemps a Robert half company our next come on traffic at six forty four now you're como eco roof forecast with Shannon o'donnell everybody Tuesday night here in the great Pacific Northwest still seeing some scattered showers rolling through storm drains and then you get a story break and then it rains again chance for thunder lightning though diminishing as we head into these after dark hours and we're gonna drop way down to the thirty so it's chilly enough to get that snow level right over the passes as well we'll see it driving slowly but surely on the first of April after some morning showers a better chance for sun breaking through by the afternoon is the slow bobbles await eastern Washington at highs on Wednesday back closer to fifty couple weather center I'm meteorologist **** no doubt some of our heavier rain showers including hail on the east side Redmond Kirkland bottle areas now downtown we have forty eight at komo news the trump administration today.

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03:04 min | 1 year ago

"lisa jaffe" Discussed on KOMO

"With the Lisa Jaffe our editor this afternoon Jeremy greater cigna and humana are waving medical costs associated with the coronavirus eventual medications and vaccines to fight the virus are also part of that plan firefighters and first responders in our state are seeking donations of protective gear they're also asking you to be honest about symptoms instead of not talking about if you think you've got the covert nineteen symptoms when you call nine one one fearing that the medics one comma a new Washington post ABC news poll shows what is right now shaping up to be a very competitive race for the White House in November post polling director Scott Clement spoke with come most bill o'neill Scott what do the numbers say and what role has the corona virus pandemic played in all of this our poll found at night when people are asked if the election was held today registered voters split forty nine percent for Joe Biden and forty seven percent for trump not a break from February when fight it had the narrow advantage really in a bind it generally have advantages since last fall so trump is in a relatively competitive position as far as corona virus I mean it's very early stage to understand the impact that we have seen trump benefit with a small private approval rating by percentage point bump in that that seems to be the biggest factor in it has improved political standing in fact he gained a little bit of a pop from the crowd of iris and narrowly positive reactions to the feeling of it now these numbers of course even as Joe Biden struggles the presumed democratic nominee though Bernie Sanders says he'll soldier on to get some face time amid the continuing crisis right and in our poll really reflects what we saw through the primaries over the last month of an extraordinary turnout in the race that standard had a two to one advantage over the bite in one month ago hour just a little over one month ago but after all items within South Carolina big us big wins in super Tuesday states actually flipped the the double digit if if I didn't have a double digit advantage over Sanders and and in the recent contest as actual states he's he's won handily between eleven thirty nine percentage points in the last three states about they want a sense is a race this close seemingly good news for the president to this point that seems fairly typical for incumbents reelection when measured through past metrics anyway borderline for quite a while electability he remains there he lost the popular vote by two point one percentage points in two thousand sixteen but won the electoral college that's exactly the margin that he has in our poll so really on the borderline for that and it is no way to really expect these numbers to stay stable for the coming month a lot of it's going to depend on how people perceive the coronavirus outbreak impacting their life and his performance on that but he if it is not going from a it was a fairly close race before it's gotten closer I know there were were were were moving further and further away from the idea of you know land slides back like that that's polling director Scott Clement read.

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05:02 min | 1 year ago

"lisa jaffe" Discussed on KOMO

"Seven Lisa Jaffe I'm Rick fansites editing the news Jeremy greater vice president Mike pence has just landed at JBLM he is here to meet with governor Jay Inslee to discuss the corona virus outbreak they will be holding a news conference and we will carry that for you at five o'clock king county now reporting its tenth cove ID nineteen death which brings the state's total to eleven the others in Snohomish county the state ramping up corona virus testing efforts with new equipment arriving at the state lab one of Sweden's chart top being hip hop artist who's won eight Grammys is now here in America opening up about a very personal journey in his new memoir a drop of midnight joining us on the company's line is Jason Timbuktu jockey takes and Jason let's talk about your book in that you describe how being born to interracial parents in Sweden it left you searching for your identity you called it a no man's land what do you mean by that I don't a large portion of my of my life that I'm living in an in between you know I'm going to an African American father and a white American mother in Sweden so I never felt entirely American and I didn't feel entirely Swedish I never felt entirely black and I knew I definitely wasn't quite and from a young age hi I would just want to you know what what am I like who are my people and those questions you know and carrying those throughout life is what led me to need to kind of map it all out and right a drop of midnight it's kind of my search for completion the way it plays out in the book is that I start asking my father to tell me more about my grandfather and my grandmother people that I met they died when I was quite young but that I never really known what did you discover about your roots by doing this digging into your parents and their struggles and your past that surprised you the completion that I landed on in writing the book and searching for the story that searching for the answers was really that in fact instead of saying that I am craft this are half that is a whole bunch of have I actually could just magically changes the fan I'm both I'm told me this an American crime both black and white and writing the book also clarified a lot of things for me it really shone the light on my privilege and I growing up black or brown increasing that the conference was struck constant reminder of of your otherness you know so I never really thought of myself as somebody was privileged if anything I thought of myself as somebody who's under privileged but looking at my relatives and my ancestors lives and what they came from and and the poverty that they came from and the enslavement that they came from really shone the light on my own privilege which really opened up the door of deep gratitude to see these kind of all the sacrifices over all these generations that it's taken to get me here where I can be born in a country that despite its kind of ethnic homogeneity you know it has free healthcare free education is very safe you know I'm the most privileged person to be born and in my entire family's history and all those Grammy awards that that gives comfortable age as well what did hip hop music to give you a sense of belonging hip hop music I discovered it at you know the age of like thirteen fourteen years old it really was the first time that I really felt a strong kind of sense of pride in the color of my skin you know seeing and hearing these rappers with their messages and gets beat status Drury and magnetically just made me feel like you know this is who I am they're speaking for me they're telling my story to an Oscar really gave me a sense of identity and I've I've worked with with hip hop music ever since and also going on what thirty one years now and it's really been Guiding Light it's been like a a big sister big brother it's been my north star basically well the book is called a drop of midnight J. sentiment to Jackie thank you so much for being with us thank you for having me and unfortunately Jason's event tonight that was scheduled at the national Nordic museum has been postponed got a feeling it has to do with yeah what's going on the L. three fifty Kamel propellant Sharon's update money update here and certainly the the virus impacting once again the market rob Smith is that Seattle business magazine Nordstrom today announces twenty twenty five human rights goals focused on empowering women among other things the Seattle retailers goal is to have ninety percent of north for made products produced in factories that invest in women's empowerment it will also invest in organizations within the company's global supply chain the create training and resources aimed at women Amazon's third party sellers are facing massive inventory shortages due to the corona virus production in China has slowed since the outbreak and merchants are dealing with a backlog of unfilled shipments that continues to grow the Dow tumbled nine hundred sixty nine points on a day that California declared a state of emergency due to the.

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Coronavirus triggers swift bipartisan backlash against Trump Administration

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00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus triggers swift bipartisan backlash against Trump Administration

"The spread of coronavirus has Congress worried I'm Lisa Jaffe with Rick van sice members of both parties are criticizing the trump administration's response you're supposed to keep us safe and Americans serve some straight answers on the coronavirus get them from you that's rich Louisiana Republican John Kennedy grilling secretary of health and Human Services Alex Cesar and Washington Democrat Patty Murray accused the administration of trying to cut funds to programs needed to fight the virus are you finally sent an emergency supplemental request last night micromanaging and I'm very concerned this is not enough to ensure that we are putting all the necessary resources towards this emerging threat resident truck meanwhile says the situation is under

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01:51 min | 1 year ago

"lisa jaffe" Discussed on KOMO

"Fansites with Lisa Jaffe are common news time five oh two I'm surely harder the Dow dropped more than a thousand points today coronavirus concerns throughout the world economy I asked my cal said of Seattle's al said capital if we're headed to a similar situation to the downturn of two thousand eight no we're not there yet you know but he says we should be concerned with the level of debt in this country which is higher now than it was back then and that could lead to rough times in the economy I'm Jeff postal Democrats Olympia have unveiled to supplemental budget proposals one from the house and one from the Senate both use the state's record revenues to pay for programs for the homeless mental health and raising Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement rates but Republicans argue that money should go to a tax cut lawmakers have until March twelfth to reach an agreement I'm Brian Harris with a bill to legalize sports gambling in Washington again moving forward only limited to tribal casinos on the idea of the tribes are best suited to be partners trusted to keep it safe Vicky Kristofferson with card room operator maverick gaming told the state house committee this is frankly insulting and not true the card room managers say limiting sports betting the tribes will cost them jobs two people have been taken to Harborview after what's being described as a stabbing in Kenmore the king county sheriff's office says it happened this afternoon that a market along northeast one hundred eighty first near seventy third investigators say a sixteen year old clerk was stabbed by a thirty year old suspect both have life threatening injuries we'll bring you more information on this developing story as we get it and police in Kent are searching for a shooter after what's described as a road rage incident last night began about ten PM around southeast two hundred fortieth and a hundred fourth investigators say the victim and shooter were headed west on two hundred forty at the injured driver hit twice.

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02:10 min | 1 year ago

"lisa jaffe" Discussed on KOMO

"To Lisa Jaffe a man died while out on lake Ballenger in Mountlake terrace this afternoon firefighters they responded to a person a swimmer in distress there on the lake in Mali terrace has pretty sad story friends got the victim aboard rafted some CPR we watch kind of as a rescue this person bottom shorter firefighters and rescue but continued at C. P. R. but unfortunately the C. P. our efforts in the life saving efforts did not work cats come most Preston Phillips the mayor of tonight could face criminal charges after an incident at a social club last month como's bill o'neil with the story the incident happened at this and I know eagles club early on July twenty eight were mayor Wayne Fortier was with a group of friends that have been cut off from drinking allegation that one of the employees female employee was assaulted and then shortly a short time later when an employee advise that she was going to contact law enforcement the phone that was in her hand was was knocked out of her hand Brady says for me and his group then left no one was hurt Japanese are recommending a fourth degree assault charge prosecutors are now reviewing the case bill o'neil komo news we told you last month how it appears Amazon is under investigation by federal antitrust investigators Facebook Google and apple may also face scrutiny now the Wall Street journal reports a group of state attorneys general is preparing an investigation of the round up to twenty states could take part of the investigation but the journal says it doesn't know which ones yet the investigation could be officially announced as early as next month the companies aren't commenting but have said in the past they embrace competition time running out for governor Jay Inslee to qualify for an appearance at the next democratic presidential debate Insley and his team are celebrating on social media they met one of the requirements to appear in the next debate one hundred thirty thousand unique donors to his campaign but he also needs at least two percent support in for Nash Anil pulls in easily so far as getting zero to one percent nationally to Lou only Rooney of The Washington Post tells CNN is not completely out of the question FOR Insley to make it but it doesn't look very positive.

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03:27 min | 1 year ago

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"Fan sites with Lisa Jaffe the White House is insisting the fundamentals of the US economy are strong invoking an ill fated political declaration of a decade ago amid mounting concern that a recession could imperil the president's reelection they finally opened at the James James street intersection by Yesler where a dump truck crashed into a pedestrian vehicles in the subway restaurant in pioneer square injuring five people this morning democratic congresswoman L. Han Omar and she did to leave are taking are talking more about the travel restrictions on them when it comes to Israel and Palestinian territories it comes only days after prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's decision to block the two lawmakers from entering Israel for an official visit to leap says people should take notice on what's happening all of us Americans should be deeply disturbed Amar added her belief president trump is pitting Muslims and Jews Jewish individuals against each other meanwhile some in Israel see what they believe to be another gaffe by the congresswoman ABC store data Miller has more from Jerusalem house members Ilan Omar and Rasheeda to leave making headlines once again here in Israel that after they posted on Instagram this week in a cartoon by Carlos slow to fund their entry ban into Israel their support of the Brazilian Lebanese cartoonist pounding anger and shock platoons work over the years has been laced with anti semitism in two thousand and six he won second prize in Iran's international Holocaust cartoon competition what is widely condemned for mocking in denying the Holocaust Giordana Miller ABC news Jerusalem in front of a crowd at the native American presidential forum twenty twenty democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren offered an apology for any harm she caused regarding her claims of native American ancestry A. B. C.'s Mona Kosar update with the report following a standing ovation democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren began her speech of the native American presidential forum with an apology I have listened and I have learned a lot the Massachusetts senator referring to backlash she received her past claims of native American ancestry and her subsequent DNA test warrant speech comes on the heels of her campaign's rollout of a lengthy an exhaustive policy plan which in part calls for a cabinet level position of native American affairs Motoko surround the ABC news Washington apprehensions of undocumented immigrants along the US Mexico border fell again last month A. B. C.'s Jim Ryan in Texas with a look at the latest numbers these are not people seeking asylum at border checkpoints but those trying to slip through between the ports of entry last month we have seen the decrease Fidel baka of customs and border protection says seventy two thousand people were caught illegally entering the country last month that's down substantially from June these numbers are still high compared to last year some say the two month decline is the result of a crackdown by Mexico on illegal immigration Baca believes it's cyclical right now we just happened to be on the decline Jim Ryan ABC news Dallas in southern California the hunt is on for a man who stabbed and killed a retired cal state Fullerton university retired administrator on campus ABC's Alex stone with the details on the hunt police believe the murder victim was targeted the retired administrator was stabbed numerous times his body found slumped in a car in the school parking lot the suspect left behind a back back says Fullerton police lieutenant John radius inside the backpack there was an incendiary device that was located also inside the backpack.

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KOMO

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"lisa jaffe" Discussed on KOMO

"I sling with Lisa Jaffe or editors Germany greater in some of the top stories were tracking president trump and some of the leading democratic presidential candidates are targets of the opening statements of the second night of the Detroit debates and in Olympia Democrats selecting Washington's first female speaker of the house Laurie Jenkins of Tacoma makes Washington the eighth state to have a woman in the top spots in the house has the second group of Democrats get ready for their presidential debate tonight president trump is weighing in on last night's first round tweeting that is twenty twenty rivals will lead the country into an economic sinkhole A. B. C.'s Andy field joining us on the company's line the what reasons to the president give for that assessment anti well that's a hard questionnaires are because of the president much about anyone who opposes them and he he has said repeatedly without any substantiation or more sacks to back it up the the the Hillary Clinton won we would be in the great depression right now there is no indication that that's the case the economy is doing demonstrably better at least when it comes to the stock market in large part because of the president's giant corporate tax cut that corporation used to buy back their stock and probably stock price that the attacks could study after study including many non partisan government studies show that the vast majority of it went to corporations very little of it went to the middle class and in most cases most Americans didn't see any change at all the boys he unhappy with the toucher Jerome Powell today well Powell did what he wanted to do we cut the federal reserve rate down a quarter percent but he refused to promise that he would keep doing that they have you know a lot of people forget that the federal reserve is out there to serve the president it's not there to serve the stock market it is rare to act as a shock absorber to the economy if things heat up it cools down the economy by raising interest rates and if things get too slow it will then cut interest rates now my actually cutting interest rates as time it's almost to the mission with the economy is not doing quite as well the president says it is and any one more thing quickly and the Senate today was dealing with automatic train braking system and this is something that could have possibly saved lives here in Washington state Maria Cantwell the senator got up and made that point today at the hearing that the federal railroad administration administrator spoke about what's extraordinary here is that the NTSB one of the some place in twenty fifteen it's now almost twenty twenty and even the railroad administration admits it only about eighty six eighty seven percent of the lines are working with automatic train control and basically this is coming to an automatic braking system you see on some of the newer newer cars using GPS radio signals positions of other trains to make sure you don't run into another trying to run off the real road and it needs work very effectively but it's very expensive to put in so expensive in Amtrak has been able to exam fourteen thousand miles of track from having to put this in place no infractions soccer on trains if they can't get it in time but the bottom line is there could be a lot of lives saved this is in there and we're still a year and a half away from many real world even getting those that's right ABC's Andy field thank you so much and the capital one's data breach top of mind for a lot of people but then even bigger hackers being settled a B. C.'s Derry all being or talking to an expert about the options offered as part of Equifax's class action settlement apple faxes settling the class action.

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KOMO

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"lisa jaffe" Discussed on KOMO

"News center Lisa Jaffe has the day off I'm Rick fansites and two more arrests in the brutal murder of a teenage boy in Lewis County couples to remember a with the update Louis county prosecutor Jonathan Meyer says a juvenile and his mother have been arrested in connection with the beating rape and murder of sixteen year old ban easement of Randall in June of twenty eighteen at all we believe had a role not in the actual homicide itself but in the cat a precursor of fans had the ability to stop the the murder and actively prevented someone from reporting it for others face charges including twenty two year old Jonathan Adamson and seventeen year old Benito Marquez who according to court documents invited easement go camping with them before killing him those two allegedly hit Eastman with the rock to make sure he was dead before burning his clothes and bearing his body on the family's property Romero como news here in Seattle the money raised by the city's sugary drink tax will be spent as promised under a proposal approved by the city council today the taxes raising millions more than expected and they're been questions about if that money is going where it was originally supposed to go for lower income families to make sure they get healthy foods especially after the mayor and council agreed to spend on other programs like early learning councilmember Lauren a Gonzalez is they want to stick to the original intent of not to create another cash machine but to collect additional revenue that we could directly reinvested back into the low income communities and communities of color that would eventually inter wrapped the cycle of soda the ordinance will create a special fund for the sugar tax revenue and then provide some limited flexibility but otherwise restricted to spending at the way the original ordinance promised with the additional promise that any groups that lost grants would be made whole Ryan Harris como news mayor Jenny darken his promise to veto the ordinance saying it creates a huge budget hole and takes away money from important programs micro top will pay more than twenty five million dollars to settle federal corruption charges the US securities and exchange commission says between twenty thirteen and twenty fifteen a senior executive and other employees inflated margins of Microsoft sales to Hungarian government agencies the savings were falsely recorded is discounts in use for corrupt purposes Microsoft president Brad Smith telling employees in the letter that changes have been put in place to flag suspicious transactions artificial intelligence technology getting a big investment from Microsoft com was Charlie harder tells us about today's announcement Hey I could make computers think for themselves at some point in Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella says he wants to do it responsibly and safely his company is making a one billion dollar investment in a start up called open a high and he interviewed open a I. Sam Altman in a video posted on linked in a larger and larger neural networks we can train faster and faster as we started to really learn this really believe it.

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KOMO

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"lisa jaffe" Discussed on KOMO

"Lisa Jaffe with a day off our top stories include this. Breaking news out of Renton. A woman is dead after a shooting there police call it a case of domestic violence. It happened in an apartment on northeast fourth street just before five this afternoon. One person has been arrested and we have a reporter at the scene will continue to update the story as we learn more the final suspect on the loose in the white swan murders over the weekend has been arrested. Five people shot and killed on the reservation Saturday afternoon. Jade Reynier with captivity says thirty-five year old James cloud is now locked up into custody about five o'clock this morning by deputy and one of their dog with these apprehend m three other suspects already behind bars. James Donovan cloud appeared before a federal judge this afternoon. The victims include members of the family who were shot as the suspects carjacked vehicle one fatality there, too injured. The other four people killed were left dead in the street in two locations near white swan. And police in Snohomish county, are looking for two men after a shooting and crash south of average. Investigators still trying to sort out if the gunfire happened before or after the crash, they say, four men ran from the scene, deputies caught up with two of them, including one who was wounded, he was taken into the hospital for treatment. And authorities say that he and another man or not cooperating with investigators a wrestling match. The went too far last summer. Well, Seattle police officer in court next month answer charges as we hear from komo's Kelly, Bleier Seattle police officer, Caleb, Howard will soon be in Seattle courtroom to face, assault charges. He's charged with slugging fellow officer in the face and choking that officer son at a barbecue last summer. Guests who attended the get together claim Howard became increasingly intoxicated as the evening wore on when he challenged others to a wrestling match the seventeen year old son of one of the officers agreed to it. But when the teens father felt the match was getting too aggressive and try to stop it. He was punched in the face by Howard, and when Howard allegedly started to choke the seventeen year old other guests jump. In to end it. Investigators say the guests have given them consistent accounts. The Howard go front says the tax did not happen. Kelly Bleier, KOMO news has been six months since black DJ was attacked by a group of alleged white supremacists in Lynnwood bar. No charges filed yet. Seven men and one woman were arrested in December last year on suspicion of the attack. Those suspects have all been released the FBI in Snohomish county sheriff's office investigating this as a possible, hate crime. They say it's still under review still ahead on KOMO. When life gives you diabetes throw lemons at it. I'm Brian Calvert with the northwest kid and his lucrative fundraising year. Right to marina Rockinger again for our KOMO AAA traffic. What's up? Yeah. One area. That's still really struggling is northbound four zero five through Bellevue, because of a collision in the two left express toll lanes. So the backup begins now just north of I ninety. So it's all the way through Bellevue to the scene..

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"lisa jaffe" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"lisa jaffe" Discussed on KOMO

"To the Lisa Jaffe, our editor. Jeremy grater top stories. We're tracking actress Lori Laughlin and her husband are entering a not guilty plea in the college admission scam. According to court documents filed today in Boston has been plead not guilty to federal fraud and money, money laundering charges and also waive their right to appear in federal court for an arraignment to lose presidential campaign reporting raising more than two million dollars since March first beating Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren but far behind Bernie Sanders, Kamala, Harris and Beddoe Rourke. It is heartbreaking sight Notre Dame cathedral. In Paris continues to burn now, just a shell of its former self the spire and roof gone, but the facade and bell towers have been saved and the president of France is promising to rebuild retired KOMO TV anchor Dan Lewis was just in front of the cathedral on Saturday and spoke today with komo's Taylor van Cise. So you know, when I was there, and I did visit it and walk by it and take pictures of it several times over the last ten days or so one of the first things I noticed for my photography was there was scaffolding on that part of the building where the spire was and it caught my attention. And I of course, now makes me wonder if the construction work it was going on in something to do with it. It's such a beautiful building. So historical. There were big crowds. There every day that I saw it. I was just there Saturday admiring it. I grew up a Catholic boy and just it's such a special thing to see, and you kinda stand there and all like, wow, I'm really at Notre Dame cathedral. And as I see this fire today is just one of the saddest things I've ever seen. It is you know, the week leading up to Easter weekend. And at this point, no one has said anything about terrorism or an attacker, intentional arson or anything like that. But what was the security presence like there with so many people and? And Easter weekend just days away security throughout the city of Paris is so noticeable high saw so many police with a heavy weaponry on display at Notre Dame cathedral at the Eiffel tower sheltie lose a tray of almost anywhere, you go you see that security. Sadly, Paris and France knows all too. Well. The effects of terrorism and they're on guard. I mean, obviously, it's impossible to guard everything, but you cannot miss the security if you wander around the city of Paris, I've never been to Paris. I don't know necessarily how the streets and all of that are laid out. But it's it's taken a long time for us to see any evidence of firefighters on the scene. We see it now. But for a long time, we didn't see, you know, hoses or anything like that being dragged through the crowd is it is it an easy to access kind of area can can fire trucks get there. They can definitely get there. It's definitely an easy area to access if you're walking. But that's another thing. I noticed on this trip in Paris traffic in that city can be absolutely miserable. So it would not surprise me. If once that fire started, and if any cars on those streets stop to look at what was going on for those fire trucks get through it could've taken a long time to get there. Retired KOMO TV anchor Dan Lewis just in front of the cathedral. Saturday speaking with komo's Taylor van Cise. Komo news time is for twenty and time now.

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KOMO

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"lisa jaffe" Discussed on KOMO

"Lisa Jaffe field of democratic candidates running for president is growing, California. Congressman Eric while well announced his candidacy during a taping of delayed show with Stephen Colbert that will air tonight. There are more than a dozen Democrats running for the party's nomination and President Trump is firing the head of the secret service. The secret service is part of the department of homeland security and the secretary Kirsten Nielsen announced her resignation yesterday that Joe prosecutors in Maryland charged today, they say wanted to conduct a truck attack at national harbor ABC's. Aaron Katersky has more the feds called this very troubling case, they said run down the Henry took inspiration from ISIS had stolen a u haul van and intended to drive it into a crowd. One Justice department official told us we are very lucky the alleged plot did not succeed court records said Henry considered attacking Dulles airport. But. When he arrived one morning last month at five AM, the airport lack the large number of unloading pedestrians define he targeted national harbor court. Records said to create panic and chaos. Prosecutors quoted him saying I was just going to keep driving and driving and driving. I wasn't going to stop Aaron Katersky. ABC news a deadly attack on US forces in Afghanistan. ABC's Louis Martinez reports from the Pentagon the military's confirming that three US servicemembers and American contractor were killed in an attack on a convoy outside of the bottom airbase is the largest US military base in Afghanistan. We understand that three other US service members were also injured in this attack. This was a car bomb that exploded as a convoy was passing by this is the deadliest incident against US military forces in Afghanistan this year, this is the fifth sixth and seventh Americans to be killed in combat there. Now, what we know is that the attacks being cleaned by the responsibility for any taxes being cleaned by the Taliban, not a surprise there. But remember. There are US talks underway with with the Taliban right now, not to try to come to a peaceful resolution to this decades-long more now in Afghanistan, and though there may be progress on the negotiating table attacks. Like, this one are reminders that it is still a very deadly situation in Afghanistan, and the Taliban is going to continue with its attacks. Even though they're heading peace talks with the US ABC's, Louis Martinez. Federal investigators are helping in the investigation into fires. That burned down three predominantly black churches in Louisiana state Landry parish over ten days. Stay fire marshal Louisiana's.

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KOMO

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"lisa jaffe" Discussed on KOMO

"And import Lisa Jaffe. I'm Taylor van Cise with Tom glasco among the headlines we're following today. Singer. Chris Brown was arrested in Paris on suspicion of rape. French police say Brown and two other men were detained yesterday a twenty four year old woman alleging she was raped at Brown's hotel room. But he denies that and lawyers for President Trump in Los Angeles today. Asking federal judge to toss out a lawsuit from porn. Actress stormy Daniels Daniels challenging a nondisclosure agreement over hush money payments regarding an alleged affair with Mr. Trump in two thousand six his lawyers say the suit is no longer relevant. A soaring tuition as soaring tuition scares off many families, a growing number of private colleges have embraced an unusual marketing tactic for their industry, a price cut Washington Post education. Reporter Nick Anderson watching the trend, and he spoke with komo's Bill O'neil. Nick, we're talking about some deep cuts intuition cost of these schools. What's driving this movement? It's safe to say that education is price sensitive and probably there's a fair number of families out there in the middle class who look at fifty thousand or sixty thousand dollar tuition bills and say, whoa. I'm not sure I can afford that. So that prevents those schools from actually even getting interest from those families, even though the schools have significant financial aid or discounts that they can offer if they lose the customer at first blush, then they have a problem now, this can be a big risk reward proposition for these schools on one hand, it's the selling point as you said on the other there is that reduced revenue. Yeah. Remember, the bottom line is they have to bring in as much money per student as they can in order to meet their expenses. Now. Oftentimes, our perceptions of colleges are shaped by the super wealthy colleges that have large endowments. But frankly, those colleges are not the majority of colleges in America most colleges get by from year to year on tuition, so the net tuition that they get per student is what they used to pay professors to keep the lights on to have classrooms and so forth. And if you wanna have small class sizes with decent dorms of decent food service. Well, you have to charge a certain amount. And if you lower your sticker price too, much, you risk cutting into the net revenue in such a way that your college could frankly suffers losses, that's the thing. They're juggling. Of course at this point. We're talking about a relatively limited number of schools here. How likely is it though, then more will follow suit for every school that does it. There's probably five or ten more that are thinking about it. Remember that it's very much a marketplace. And they're competitive so college X down the road, if they cut their prices than college y in college is gonna look at that, very carefully instinct will shoot what do we need to do? Do we need to think about cutting crises in order to stay competitive? That's a little bit of what's going on. I would say another thing. In the public sector. There's there's perennial debate about tuition people expect a reasonable to and for in state students in the public sector, sometimes people expect free tuition in the public sector. There's a movement for free college tuition among some democratic politicians certainly in a few Republicans that also probably shapes the debate here because people think oh, well, if my college can be free or almost free the public's what can you do for me in the privates? Can you make batch that? And that's probably also.

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NASA's InSight lander touches down on Mars

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03:30 min | 2 years ago

NASA's InSight lander touches down on Mars

"Before we send people to the red planet. Here's komo's Lisa Jaffe with more down confirm. Celebrations at NASA today as its insight spacecraft successfully landed on Mars ABC's Clayton Sandell joins us on the KOMO news line from mission control with more on this journey that started more than three hundred million miles ago and cleaned. This isn't the first mission to Mars, but it's really a historic one. Is there going to explore inside the red planet? That's right. Yeah. And all that sharing was great. It's like winning an interplanetary Super Bowl or something like that. They were very excited to everybody at NASA here today, basically said that this mission went absolutely flawlessly. We got the first image just a few minutes after insight landed basically proving that it's stuck the landing the first Mars landing in in six years. And now the science can begin what scientists hope to discover. Well, they have basically three different experiments that they're going to deploy here in the next coming weeks. I have to kind of look at this landing zone figure out where the best places to use this. Robotic arm placed the sensors just in in the right space is so that'll come in the next few weeks. But these sensors essentially one of the assize monitor measures Mars quakes, they can measure even impacts from meteorites. Another one is a heat sensor to measure, the temperature of the core of Mars and another one is set to measure, just how much Mars wobbles in space, and that is important to try and figure out whether or not the core of Mars is liquid or solid or a combination of those two things they're trying to figure all of that album, basically paints a picture of the interior of Mars and scientists tell us that that can help us. Learn not only how Mars formed, but how earth formed and perhaps how other rocky planets in the solar system formed billions of years ago. It's almost looking at a at a time capsule. Really because they're trying to find out. What happened how come Mars is no longer like earth because we used to be very similar. That's right. We we had atmosphere together in our early days. We have flowing water and all of these things that lead to life and things thriving on earth. But for some reason. About a billion years or so the Mars district things went for medically different. So scientists are hoping that insight will kind of unlock a few of those clothes and saw some of these mysteries. This took a long time to make this mission happen, how difficult was it? Because NASA saying they had to survive seven minutes of terror to touch down on Mars. Yeah. You know, it's it's kind of a daunting thing to think about this mission being planned and executed over the last seven years or so and then it all coming down to the seven minutes of terror. They call it. I mean this thing had to approach the Mars atmospheric. Just the right angle twelve thousand plus miles an hour, a full stop in just about six and a half, seven minutes and all of those things had to work. Just right. I mean, the parachute had deployed the right time, but retro rockets had the fire and clear away the heat shield, the landing legs come down, the retro rockets had the fire so many things and all of it was really out of their control because of that communication delay. There. No, real common control of the spacecraft. They basically have hundred on autopilot and trust in the programming trust in the work that they had done years in advance hoping that it worked, thankfully it. Did I talked to one of the chief principal investigators on this mission? And he told me during that seven minutes of terror chewed off pretty much all of his fingernail ABC's Clayton Sandell joining us from NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena,

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"lisa jaffe" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"lisa jaffe" Discussed on KOMO

"With Lisa Jaffe, I'm Tom Glasgow. Right now, we join ABC at five o'clock. From ABC news. I'm Daria Albinger, a suspicious envelope was sent to President Trump, but not received at the White House. According to the secret service and comes as officials at the Pentagon screening facility. Look at two on that field. Tested, positive for rice and address to Defense Secretary James Mattis and navy Admiral John Richardson, the envelopes themselves will be very helpful as evidence. But also, they will look to see if the three letters are linked somehow, but there's a lot of testing the remains to be done. ABC news chief global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz. The president is about to address a campaign rally in south haven, Mississippi as he continues to stump for Republicans ahead of the midterm elections and attorney for President Trump calls a New York Times article about his taxes highly defamatory or estate tax department said it is reviewing the allegations raised in the New York Times and vigorously pursuing all appropriate avenues of investigation, the paper outlined a series of alleged schemes and fraud that enriched President Trump who the times reports. His wealthy. Parents dodge taxes the times reported the president's late parents transferred a billion dollars in wealth to the president and his siblings, but pay just a fraction of the taxes and attorney for President Trump Charles harder called the allegations. One hundred percent false and extremely inaccurate. Aaron Katersky ABC news, New York LAPD, captain Lillian Carranza says three alleged gang members and a mother are under arrest for burglarizing celebrity continuously changed their attire and appearance. Warren button-down shirt on driving luxury cars all scouting to homes of non celebrities and athletes s potential targets. The suspects would monitor their targets social media and travel schedules before committing the crimes park officials say search crews have found the body of Susan Clements in great smoky mountains national park. She was last seen by her daughter a week ago before they separated at the park. You're listening to ABC news..

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"lisa jaffe" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"lisa jaffe" Discussed on KOMO

"In for lisa jaffe stories we're following today officials say three workers at a waste transfer station in north spokane county got sick after a spill of a hazardous substance spokesman review reports the workers were taken to a hospital for treatment but we aren't sure just yet what spilled and in afghanistan dan the us secretary of state mike pompeo strongly condemning the terrorist bombings that killed thirty six people including children and journalists at the university of washington there's a new effort to help blind and low vision people navigate the internet taylor's spoke with a computer science professor who recently presented her work at the computer human interaction conference in montreal the pace of technological advancement is such that computing speed doubles every eighteen months that's an observation called moore's law but while the power of computers continues to increase at that rate the innovation that comes about from these machines is entirely subjective to what computer engineers decided to do with that power four professor jen main cop the ladner professor of computer science at u dubs allen school the drive to innovate focuses on helping people who can't see or can't see very well navigate the evermore complex websites that the able vision to us every day that you the metaphor based on a real desk at some level right and so they're taking three dimensional world and converting it into to and then when we put it into something like a screen reader we linear i'd it and furthermore ephemeral meaning that it it it is not president in time across time and so we're living a lot of information as we go through these conversions trade creating fiscal way to.

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