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Pentagon police officer charged with murder for allegedly killing 2
"More details from ABC is Louis Martinez, the off duty pending on police officer claimed he had shot at human after they nearly ran him over after he spotted them, breaking into a car outside his apartment building. But police in Takoma Park, Maryland, say David Hall, Dixon's version of events didn't stack up. They say he opened fire. They're after the danger had passed and that an autopsy showed the victims had been shot in the back Fixing, has now been charged with two counts of second degree murder. In a statement, the Pentagon said Dixon remains on administrative leave pending the results of an internal administrative investigation. We Martinez ABC News, the Pentagon, the Biden administration and the Pentagon and meanwhile
Martinez, Carrier lift Golden Knights to 6-1 win over Blues
"Alec Martinez and William carrier highlighted the golden knights six one round of the blues in St Louis Martinez scored twice in carrier added a goal and an assist as Vegas ended on O. two in one skit Thomas notion Jonathan Marchessault and Nicolas Hague also scored for the knights while robin Lehner turned back thirty one shots the blues have scored just eight times in their last seven games going oh six and one the nose dives drop St Louis into fifth place in the west Tyler Bozak tallied for the blues I'm Dave Ferrie
"louis martinez" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Focus on the White House. President elect Biden has made some historic Cabinet and top level administration nomination so far, and his choice for defense secretary may also be ground breaking. If confirmed, Retired Army General Lloyd Austin would be the first African American to serve in the position. Lot of officers will know him. They may have worked for him. We'll have a lot of respect for him already, and they're gonna look to him for guidance. And I think that's something that's been missing are actually for the last year or so. ABC is Louis Martinez at the Pentagon President Trump repeating the false claim that he won the 2020 election while awarding the Medal of Freedom to Olympic wrestler Dan Gable 117 consecutive matches and lost only one. Well, you know in politics 12, So I'm to a no, and that's pretty good, too. But we'll see how that turns out. The president's legal team is continuing to bring voter fraud lawsuits in battleground states. Dozens have been rejected. Area holding her ABC News Family jersey's first news 5 18 traffic in the news this hour Now, here's New Jersey Fast traffic delays on the parkway South found side your exit. 1 44 1 45. It's a crash and construction work wrapping up south downside on the parkway. Also delays coming off the route to lady because of that problem just south of 1 45. 78 eastbound side a little bit. So the Garden State Parkway problems on the exit, ramping cleared okay along to 95 construction work wrapping up by 42 route 70 in Pennsauken still closed between 38 cut First Boulevard because of downed utility pole and wires and 1 95 eastbound side construction work by exit, too, and Hamilton Having made possible by Macy's..
American service member killed in Afghanistan, U.S. military says
"US service members serving in Afghanistan of Sir a service member rather has been killed in action A. B. C.'s Louis Martinez has more from Washington the US military reports that a US service member was killed in Afghanistan on Monday but no details are available about the circumstances of the service member's death twenty Americans have been killed in combat in Afghanistan this year making two thousand nineteen the deadliest year for US troops in that country since two thousand and fourteen president trump is considering reducing the number of American troops in Afghanistan from thirteen thousand to eight thousand six hundred though no decision has
Two U.S. troops killed in helicopter crash in Afghanistan
"There's been a deadly crash involving US troops abroad ABC's Louis Martinez the two U. S. service members were killed when their helicopter went down in Afghanistan early reports indicate the helicopter did not go down because of
"louis martinez" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Code to help the Islamic state spread propaganda online and sharing that information with people he thought were supporters of isis they were actually undercover FBI informants these being held without bail meaning he'll miss final exams at the ball this week he has a detention hearing set for Friday there's been a deadly crash involving US troops in Afghanistan ABC's Louis Martinez reports from Washington the two U. S. service members were killed when their helicopter went down in Afghanistan early reports indicate the helicopter did not go down because of enemy fire with nineteen Americans killed in combat this year two thousand nineteen has been the deadliest year for US forces in Afghanistan in the past five years we Martinez ABC news Washington federal regulators should create a review process before allowing self driving test cars on public roads that's according to an investigator suicide what they call an inadequate safety culture at uber ABC's took seabirds and the national transportation safety board makes a recommendation with what a determined because the fatal crash last year of an over self driving car in Tempe Arizona vehicles collision warning and automatic emergency braking systems were deactivated the car's operator behind the wheel was distracted by their cell phone and the pedestrian who was killed crossed outside a crosswalk an investigation continues in Louisiana after a hacker gained access this week to one of its state computer systems caused outages to state government there led to ransom demands the Louisiana secretary of state it's department of motor vehicles were essentially shut down in the attack it's department of health lost internet state officials say the hackers believed to be someone from outside state governments network utility customers in northern California preparing for the possibility that their power will be cut.
Trump celebrates undoing a problem he created in Syria
"Drop is celebrating what he says is a permanent cease fire in Syria as his special envoy there warns of the risks that will come with US troops leaving that reach a baby sis Louis Martinez see is set the Pentagon he's on our komo news line good morning Louis how do you sum up what the president stated yesterday on the situation there in Syria credit for permanent ceasefire between for Turkey's incursion into Syria settle a hundred years long battle between the Kurds and the Turks and it can establish new stability there and he says that the you can leave the fighting to them essentially the features that the US troops are no longer going to be inside Syria for an extended presence because those conflicts he just been going on for so long that the US doesn't need to be there and because isospin seated but as you noted a messaging Jeffrey he's the top voice said at the very same time yesterday that there is a consistent thread that being posed by ISIS inside and that he's concerned that if you withdraw all US troops from Syria that isis could regenerate and become a permanent threat considering how volatile that region is and you've talked about years and years of end decades of conflict there is are some people at the Pentagon thinking this is a little premature to say five days in this is a permanent ceasefire at about it I mean you continue to see reports even from the Kurds themselves today that they have in Lyle Asians on the part of the Turks and their Turkish supported relations but they are taking violent acts inside his fire down let me might have other group saying that now it bothers scattered violence it's not throughout the entire region but yeah it's definitely kind of creature maybe to be saying that this is something that's going to last it remains to be seen but I think one thing that we should keep in mind here is that you know the Russians failed filling the void at the US will create because we're pulling out and with the Russians there along the border maybe they're going to take a tougher hand on any violence that takes place there do we know what the what the status is of the Kurds now that to the US troops are leaving are they are they in peril two things it's the Kurdish civilian population which is going to remain inside that cease fires on what that Turks have been demanding is that the Turkish militias the ones that are were the ones that are supported by the US that they pull out of this twenty mile area you know twenty miles deep into Syria they are the ones that they want out of that area as far as we can we've heard from US officials they say that yes it's there has been a pullout from those forces and that they are continuing to do that which would be a good sign that the ceasefire is gonna hold but I think it could increase the risk level you because you now no longer have those malicious protecting the Kurdish civilian population the fact is there now under new protectors and those are the Turks and I'm not sure how popular they're going to be thanks for your time we appreciate it navy sees Louis Martinez from the
"louis martinez" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The I heart radio app we say good morning to ABC's Louis Martinez a Louis how's it going good good only Mahajan out so good let's talk about now the U. S. withdrawing the forces from northeast yeah we heard the president over the weekend saying he wants all troops out in thirty days and the big question is what's the Pentagon thing about this plan well this is the planet they develop over time the king case there was like a trap that scenario that took place inside Syria and that's what we've seen over the last forty eight hours or so you know that situation and it's just gotten very dire for the civilians have been population inside of northern Syria and also for US troops because they were in exposed positions and now we've come to realize that yes the Turks for deliberately attacking a facility close up there in the north and you can't have that and that's why paying an official support the move to put their troops into safety but at the same time I think they were advocating that we should just consolidating probably remain inside Syria remain a viable player that's what the whole presence of these trees trips is been there for the last five years or so anyway the kind of brought stability to the area they've kind of been seen as the honest broker for the courage that reliable partner but that's all gone out the window now because the the church of the courage now see the USS having abandoned them and now they've turned to the Assad regime for help enter now seeing regime troops actually back filling those areas that were emptied out by the courage and by US troops I know one thing that's been a concern of course is those troops that were guarding the facilities that were holding the ISIS fighters and their families out what's happening to them that we heard anything on that front yeah we're we're getting reports that several hundred ISIS families vacated a facility that come under attack yesterday we're hearing that all across the region now you're starting to see Kurdish fighters leave the positions making it even more likely that more ISIS fighters themselves will actually break out we know that the United States had a plan in place to evacuate fifty or so of the worst ISIS prisoners a high value detainees are gonna transfer them out of the country and bring them under US control and that has fallen apart because the US troops have had to pull back so quickly on that day and the courage themselves they want to turn them over and so those guys are now exposed and could be potentially egg getting out if if there is a prison break somewhere so not what anybody had wanted to see but if we're getting into this situation where things seem to be spiraling out of control over there and on one hand you look at this and you go well my gosh we want to keep our U. S. troops safe and if in fact an area they were in is being attacked of course then you want to get them out of there as quickly as possible at the same time the president when you and I talked we need you know kind of looked at this and thought well maybe the president is hoping that other governments will get involved in this and help fill in some of these spaces it doesn't look like anybody seven in now nobody from my western Europe none of our major allies have stepped in if anything they're pulling out with us as well there have been British forces and French forces there in northeast yeah they're pulling out with the US troops and machine vacuum take place and will who's still in a vacuum the Assad regime any irony here is that the courage of turning towards the regime that they rebelled against eight years ago and went because they wanted a tiny from them and now you're seeing as of today regime troops pulling into these areas in northern Syria to take on the Turkish military and these militias who are actually the ones that are doing the bulk of the fighting for the Turks the these are Turk and there's a Syrian Arab militias containing extremists actually former people who were part of a kite at and they're the ones that you're seeing in these videos who are summarily executing people on the side roads just terrible situation taking place right now all right Louis thank you so much for the updates I see later that's A. B. C.'s Louis Martinez there you go that's the latest so again this operation is supposed to take about thirty days I guess it it depends a lot on how much equipment they want to get out of there because I mean of course you can just drop and go but we've got a lot of resources in there that we make be trying to get out so that'll be all part of this big plan as to how exactly long it will take whether it takes two weeks or whether it does take the full thirty days we'll see get back to some of the stories coming out of the KFI twenty four hour news room a dozen Democrats are said to hold the fourth debate of the primary season the debate tomorrow in Ohio will be led by CNN and The New York Times pundits will be watching for signs of how senator Bernie Sanders is doing after just two weeks of recovering from a heart attack when running for president of the United States the American people have a right to know of the condition of your health I I I think that is a standard to be applicable to okay the California billionaire Tom's dire known for his pro impeachment commercials will be on a debate stage for the first time away congressman told the Gabbard will be back on the stage she missed the last debate due to low polling I think that now that we're at number four I think you that you've got CNN doing this debate so in CNN gets its criticism for being left leaning I always find that to be though more I almost find that to be more entertaining in a way because when you've got people who were stereotyped as the you know left leaning at question you know there yeah left leaning moderators on their taking online D. left of the political party does I feel like are going to be the most poignant debates just because they're going to be after going after their own do you see what I mean I'm being very stereotypical here but I just feel like you might really see some stuff shake out tomorrow night and somebody like I told the Gabbard is this going to be your final appearance how does Bernie Sanders actually go along with this how does he explain what's going on with his health how do the other candidates talk about his health without looking like real jerks how do you go here's a guy who just had a heart attack do we really want him as president you can't say that so what do they do how do they dance around it appropriately and anyhoo if anybody maybe they won't maybe they'll all take the high road on this and you hope that they will but who is it who is that one person who sticks their toe in that pool we'll see the World Trade Organization as formally green let US sanctions on the European Union up to seven point five billion dollars WTO arbitrators rolled Airbus received illegal subsidies from European countries Airbus's advantage affected sales by Boeing the trump administration says it will impose the sanctions starting Friday a northern California neurosurgeon charged with running a child sex ring is dead Santa Cruz County sheriff's office says James Cole hide was found dead in his jail cell call up was awaiting trial on charges he sexually abused kids and ran a child sex ring with two women tops in Watsonville say they have video implicating all three preliminary autopsy results show called hot took his own life cause.
Inside the Military’s Five-Star Layovers at a Trump Resort
"US air force's finished an in depth review of the six hundred fifty nine overnight stays by Air Force crews near Prestwick airport in Scotland this after heavy criticism of an Air Force crew for staying at the trump resort there ABC's Louis Martinez covers the Pentagon about six percent of them were at the truck family owned Turnberry resort seventy five percent of the overnight stays were near the airport the rest were nearby Glasgow. is overnight stay in March should raise questions about whether the Air Force was directing crews to stay at the trump resort a congressional committee is investigating why the financially strapped airport is seen an uptick in business by the US military says trump took office the Air Force says it's because the airport has become one of its main revealing locations
Deadly accident at Russian military base caused by small nuclear reactor explosion
"All and the U. S. thinks it knows what was behind an explosion and a spike in radiation in the White Sea off Russia last week A. B. C.'s Louis Martinez reports from the Pentagon the US official says indications are that it was likely a nuclear powered cruise missile that was involved in last week's explosion off the coast of northern Russia that killed seven people the official also confirm that increased levels of radiation have been detected in nearby areas Russia has not provided many official details about the incident it hopes that its new nuclear powered missile could enable it to fly long distances and avoid American missile defense systems the idea for the missile was unveiled a year ago by Russian president Vladimir Putin but the concept is still only in the testing
US, Russia And Official discussed on Tom Sullivan
"US officials are learning more about an explosion in the sea off Russia last week a US official says indications are that it was likely a nuclear powered cruise missile that was involved in last week's explosion off the coast of northern Russia that killed seven people the official also confirm that increase levels of radiation have been detected in nearby areas Russia has not provided many official details about the incident it hopes that its new nuclear powered missile could enable it to fly long distances and avoid American missile defense system ABC's Louis Martinez at the
Louis Martinez, Pentagon Korea And Japan discussed on Nick Digilio
"But there's no concern about nuclear talks with north Korean leader Kim Jong hoon A. B. C.'s Louis Martinez covers the Pentagon Korea fired two short range missiles from its eastern coast in the travel about two hundred sixty miles a landed in the sea of Japan now this is a short range missile not the ICBM those of missiles that could reach the United States president trump got a personal commitment from Kim Jong hoon that he would not watch those ICBMs or carry out testing of nuclear bombs those have not
Iran's Revolutionary Guard Takes Out U.S. Drone With Missile
"Iran takes out a u._s. reconnaissance drone with a surface to air missile a._b._c.'s louis martinez says the unmanned drone was flying over the strait of our moves down is a significant esscalation in the tensions between the u._s. and iran in recent weeks and it is unclear how the u._s. will react has already sending armed forces into the region the trump administration blames around for attacking oil tankers in the gulf of oman though iran
Pentagon Builds Deterrent Force Against Possible Iranian Attack
"Over at the Pentagon announced on Friday that a patriot anti-missile battery is now being moved into the Middle East to deter threats from Iran ABC's. Louis Martinez has more senior US military official says the Iranian threat to US forces in the Middle East remains quilt real and credible. The official said the Iranian threat on land involved possible attacks in Iraq and Syria by Shiite militias, doing Iran's bidding on see the threat came from marine commercial boats, loaded with military hardware that could include missiles officials said the Centcom received the intelligence late last week and saw his quote unerring incredible threat that needed a response to deter
"louis martinez" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Stands adjourn until ten AM. On Monday, December the thirty for senators getting back to their Christmas rate without doing anything to end the stalemate the shutdown now in its seventh day with negotiations at a standstill both sides are digging in. Whatever it takes have a wall back from Iraq. The president is back to battling with Democrats tweeting have the Democrats finally realized that we desperately need border security and a wall on the southern border, adding without evidence did the Dem's realized that most of the people not getting paid are democrat ABC's Mary Bruce getting US forces out of Syria could take several months initially. US officials have said US troops could be out of Syria in one month, but military planners are taking into account security for departing US troops as well as the large amount of US equipment still in Syria. ABC's Louis Martinez. Richard cantu. ABC news mom and dad used to argue about everything especially about dad's drinking it drove me. Crazy. It got so bad. I couldn't do my homework. I couldn't concentrate. I absolutely refused to let any of my friends come to our house for any reason. I would've been humiliated if anyone found out how much my dad drink and how. On my mom's screamed at him. My family went from totally crazy. Too, quiet. Calm even peaceful. The only thing that happened is my mom started going to alanon family groups relationship with my dad, really changed. I asked him if he would take me to her alanon news or to Al team. I wanted to see if I could have a better relationship with my dad ensure glad I did someone's drinking troubling you. You might be surprised at what you can learn an alanon or.
Syrian state media report missile attacks near Damascus
"Much a shock to a lot of Syrians to see the capital really feel the shake of this strike. There were several loud explosions heard in Damascus smoke has been seen rising over the Syrian capital. According to I witnesses, and the Syrian government has been telling the Syrian people about what it's calling US French and British aggression against Syria that was announced by President Trump just a short time ago that has been on Syrian television. The Pentagon is nearing a briefing from Defense Secretary Mattis about the military operation, the United States, France and Britain launched together tonight in Syria to punish president BUSTER for a suspected chemical attack against civilians nearly one week ago and to deter him from doing it again earlier today, President Trump directed the US military to conduct operations and continent with our allies. To destroy the Syrian regimes chemical weapons research development and production capability. Tonight, France, the United Kingdom and the United States took decisive action distract the Syrian chemical weapons infrastructure, clearly the Assad regime did not get the message last year. This time our allies, and we have struck harder. Together, we have sent a clear message to Assad and his murderously tenants that they should not perpetrate another chemical weapons attack for which they will be held accountable at nine PM eastern standard time French British in US forces struck targets in Syria in support of President Trump's objective to deter the future use of chemical weapons. The targets that were struck and destroyed were specifically associated with the Syrian regimes chemical weapons program we also selected targets that would minimize the risk to innocent civilians last year, we conducted a unilateral strike on a single site this evening. We conducted strikes with two allies on multiple sites that will result in a long term. Degradation Syrians capability to research develop an employee chemical and biological weapons. Important infrastructure was destroyed which will result in a setback for the Sharon regime to strike was not only a strong message to the regime that their actions were inexcusable, but it also inflicted maximum damage without unnecessary risk to innocent civilians. There have been a number of I witness reports of explosions lighting up the night sky in Damascus some reports that the Syrians were able to shoot off some surface to air missiles to take down some of what the US and its allies fired their way in a statement from President Assad that comes via Twitter the Syrian presidency. Tweets. Good souls will never be humiliated after the airstrikes a targeted strike to deters. President Trump said tonight bus route Assad from using chemical weapons again Syrian state media confirmed that the scientific. Research center in bars north of Damascus was targeted in the attack a number of rockets targeting warehouses belonging to the Syrian army and homes were intercepted. According to the Syrian government. The Defense Secretary did mention that a number of surface to air missiles were shot off by the Syrians. The Syrians claimed to have intercepted some of what the US France and Britain through at Syria. But there has been no confirmation of what those retaliatory strikes may have done. The Syrians are now claiming they struck down thirteen rockets. The Syrian people message on Syrian state television said a moment ago are defiant and courageous the Americans have been defeated and in growing scroll on Syrian television describes a cowardly terrorist attack only done for America to save face ABC's. Louis Martinez is with us from the Pentagon now and. Louis the targets that the Pentagon selected along with France and Britain for this military operation were very specific chemical weapons storage facilities. That's right. Aaron there were these three facilities to into Damascus Syria. One in western homes on they have to do with the production of chemical weapons was a chemical storage area. And the third was a research and development facility. I you heard general Dunford say that there were additional sites that could have been targeted. But would they chose these three particularly because they wanted to minimize the chance of civilian casualties. But what you're hearing from secretary Mattis right now is that this is a one shot deal right now. But the message is intended to be clear to Syria that they should not be using chemical weapons in the future. And I think that the the idea here is that if they catch win that Syria is doing that they may target these additional facilities. And I think that's the threat. That's being pushed on them right now loud explosions. Nhs rocked Damascus the sky filled with heavy smoke early Saturday Syria time as President Trump announced airstrikes taken in conjunction with the British and the French targeting chemical, weapons storage facilities meant to punish Syria for the recent attack just outside Damascus and to deter President Bashar Al Assad from using chemical weapons again. The president said the US was prepared to sustain this kind of response until the use of chemical weapons stops for the moment. Though, this wave of airstrikes, the Pentagon says is over and Defense Secretary Mattis called it a one time shot that has sent a very strong message to deter Assad from using chemical weapons the US and ally leadership said the focus of those airstrikes was to hit chemical weapons storage areas
Lockheed wins contract for U.S. Air Force GPS satellites
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Ohio, ABC and Scott Jennings discussed on Sean Hannity
"Of satellites seven point two billion dollar contract. Like he'd Martin is for twenty two additional GPS three satellites that replace the air force's current constellation of GPS satellites that provide the navigational aids that have become so popular worldwide. Can you satellites will come with improved accuracy and better security
"louis martinez" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Smile, you'll be so proud of your three beautiful, grandchildren. Jack woman lane Algren rhetoric relatives of the dead recite the names at the nine eleven commemoration seventeen years later at the World Trade Center site, and some of these faces are quite young many. May not have been old enough to fully understand what happened on nine eleven but have come to understand through history. History at the nine eleven memorial museum, where millions have visited in the years since it opened expressing a real need for a place to go to to understand more about what happens about what was lost. And that's also reflected in the enormity of the memorial itself. Reflecting pools represent the footprints of the twin towers it's in that spot where these names are being read at the Pentagon beneath an American flag that marks the spot where a plane crashed there seventeen years ago. A musical tribute is now underway. President Pence will be there later and ABC's Louis Martinez. Is there at the Pentagon with us? Really good morning. Good morning Erin here. We are waiting for vice president Pence to arrive. This ceremony will begin around nine thirty which is surely before the impact time here of American Airlines flight seventy seven back in two thousand and one we are -ticipant in comments being made by secretary of defense. Jim Mattis, vice chairman of the joint chiefs of staff General, Paul Salva, and then vice president Pence himself on typically, this is a much smaller affair than what you are witnessing up in New York right now typically it is the family members of the hundred and eighty four victims who died on September eleventh. They are they're in a ceremony at the nine eleven memorial which lies just outside. The Pentagon particularly the area where that plane made its impact. There were sixty four board the plane itself. Fifty nine of them are victims. They're the ones who were honored on by memorial benches right outside the Pentagon. And then there were one hundred and twenty-five who were killed inside the Pentagon back on September eleventh two thousand and one. Louis. The Pentagon itself being a working building has been the American flag marks the spot of the scar. But. The. How often do you get to pass by that spot? And is it still a spot of where where people pause beyond this one time of year? Definitely Erin, I go by that area quite a bit on my way, home after a long day work here at depending on. I typically see large tour groups.
60 ex-CIA members condemn Trump for revoking Brennan’s security clearance
"President Trump says more security clearances could be revoked just like former CIA director, John Brennan and there's pushback to letters from a dozen former Intel leaders and now sixty CIA, members criticizing the move is pretty strong language kind of eye opening actually to see something like this and it's a kind of reflects the the notion that this is the politics that the removal of the security clearances from Mr. Brennan has just kind, of unified the, national security professionals on the veterans who have. Been dealing with this throughout their careers and they. Just they just don't think. That this is right they think this is what's happening is pure
"louis martinez" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Five. WDBO we do have a problem westbound i. four at Fairbanks that is adding additional delays to ride we'll get you updated on that and the forecast in just a few. Minutes as the rain continues to push east let's welcome in Pentagon correspondent Louis Martinez of ABC news joining us from the department of defense. Headquarters so Louis our defense officials really on board with the space force Tony sounds like they really are. Because they're the ones that issue report that calls for a new space the The place by twenty twenty we know that, congress has to pass, legislation make that reality. That could be a, years long process but in the meantime what. They're proposing is the development is well of new, combatant command kind of like central command commands troops in the Middle East something called the US space, command that would integrate all of the curtains listing space programs at the US military has the largest being in the. Air force but the navy also has a smaller one in the air force has a, missile programme, putting that all. Together you create this new bridge and the new. Longer-lasting combat and command which can integrate it but in the meantime. You're going to be dealing with this proposal you're gonna see a lot of activity on congress probably in the next. Year or so as you ministration makes a pitch for this new space force which by the way. It's goal, here is to defend US satellites and develop new technologies that can be used space I was going to say we are in the very early stages and there. Are Are still, so many unknowns here but today the vice president was talking about twenty twenty which is will be here before you. Know it is there any, talk about how this is going to get paid for You know that's. A great question Tony and with one that we. Asked deputy Defense Secretary Shanahan who. Wrote this proposal in his report that was presented to, congress today he doesn't have a price tag on that later this year they're going to gin up. The. Numbers this evening xactly how much it might. Cost but when. We asked him billions. As a definitely billions but he doesn't have an idea for how, much it's actually going, to be until later this year yeah I mean tens of billions hundreds of billions. We don't know we don't know yet but the. Idea here is actually that by creating this new structure. This new military, command as well as this new military service that you know you're going to integrate it so they might be a savings in. That point but the, goal here is not to disturb ongoing. Programmes we know we we have the GPS system that everybody relies on what people don't know is that. That GPS system actually comes from military satellite so the idea is let's Create this but let's not disturb what we have going on already because. It's too, little and and yeah, and. The real goal alternately is to keep us, safe and, they can't put a price tag on that Louis Martinez at the Pentagon. Thank you so much these are such interesting developments such interesting. Times and I'm sure we'll be learning a lot. More about the space force in. The next days weeks and months six.
Mechanic killed in road accident while fighting Carr Fire in California
"In California there's been another death tied to one of the. Wildfires burning there you spite gaining close to A fifty, percent containment Cal fire is reporting an eighth person killed while working on the car fire near reading a Cal fire mechanic was killed in. The crash on a highway last weekend and electrical worker was killed. In the crash while working on the fire the previous victims killed on the car fire died in the flames when they were
"louis martinez" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"On the remains transferred to the US by North Korea here's ABC's Louis Martinez initial analysis of the, fifty five boxes turned over by North Korea is in we found remains that were consistent with being Americans Dr John Berg the chief scientists at. The defense agency identifying the. Remains faces that determination on their condition as well as some of the, military gear included. With some of the remains Burg believes the Americans were likely US army soldiers killed in the famous battle of. The Chosin reservoir the remains will immediately go through DNA testing to see if quick, matches can be made it could take months or years before all of the remains are fully identified Louis Martinez ABC news the Pentagon the March. Starting on normally, busy busy, the March starting on the. Normally busy lakeshore drive during the evening rush police shutting. Down the roadway in both directions, as demonstrators stepped onto the pavement starting on. The normally busy lakeshore drive during the evening rush police shutting down. The roadway in both director Demonstrators stepped onto the pavement demonstration about thirty five minutes before. Continuing through the neighborhoods and field Dr Welby Livingston is, one of the organizers discomfort due disrupting the consciousness That's a, good thing so Dan people. Don't want this to happen. Again and again. So we can have our demands listened to in a serious manner the demands of the poor the challenged and the. Disadvantage. There have been no arrests that's Ryan burrow this is ABC news With the. Updated overnight forecast I'm wwl, Kyi meteorologist j. Cardo see quite out there overnight clear skies a little bit of patchy fog and some of those valleys watch out for that temperatures will settle back into the. Upper sixties that'll be, followed up by. Partly to mostly sunny skies later on your Friday, afternoon a warm one. We're gonna top. Out around eighty nine and we'll climb close to ninety for. The upcoming weekend and just a slight chance for a.
"louis martinez" Discussed on WTVN
"Here next dot com US officials are surprised to learn Iran is planning some major, military drills the Persian Gulf ABC's Louis Martinez reports from the Pentagon the large-scale arena and exercise could begin in days and involve as many as one. Hundred small craft by the. Straight of Hormuz American officials are concerned by how quickly Iran plan is, exercise that is. Typically held in the fall it's unclear what prompted Iran to move up the exercise when US officials speculated might. Have to do with the recent heightened rhetoric US central command says it will closely, monitor the exercise and will work with partners to ensure freedom of navigation in regional waterways Louis Martinez ABC news the Pentagon drills are expected to. Start within the, next forty, eight hours there are now. Sixteen wildfires burning California help is coming from faraway says. ABC's, Alec stone in. Los Angeles here in California firefighters from seventeen states. Are now on the front line battling fierce flames new fire forecast. Show extreme conditions are expect Did for. Months California's, emergency operation. Center is up and running governor Jerry Brown touring that center as a fires burn is very serious we've seen the lives that have been lost and especially sympathy for that thirty two thousand Californians. Remained evacuated firefighting help could even be requested from other countries Alex stone. ABC news Los Angeles this is ABC news Is your computer slowing down. Thank you need a new one wait before you. Waste your money on a new computer go to Mike lean dot com and get a free computer diagnosis in minutes you. Can activate my. Clean PC software to clean out the junk that. Could be putting your privacy at risk unwanted pop ups errors or. Spam not only slow your computer down they may allow third parties to track. Your activities go to my, clean dot com for a free computer diagnostic increase. Your computer speed today, with my. Clean PC dot com Todd ant ABC news Find.
"louis martinez" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Are surprised to learn, Iran is planning some major military drills the Persian Gulf ABC's Louis Martinez reports from the. Pentagon the large. Scale arena, and exercise. Could begin in days and involve as many as one hundred small craft by the strait of Hormuz American officials are concerned by how quickly Iran, plan is exercise that is typically held in the fall. It's unclear what prompted Iran move up the exercise when US officials speculated. Might have to do with the recent heightened rhetoric US central command says they will closely monitor. The exercise and will work with partners to ensure freedom of navigation in regional waterways Louis Martinez ABC news the Pentagon Andrews are expected to start. Within the next, forty eight, hours there are now sixteen. Wildfires burning in California help is coming from faraway says. ABC's, Alec stone in. Los Angeles here in California firefighters from seventeen states. Are now on the front line battling fierce flames new fire forecast. Show extreme conditions are expect For months. California's emergency, operation center. Is up and running governor Jerry Brown touring that center as a fires burn he's very serious we seen the lives that have been lost and I suppose play sympathy for that thirty two thousand Californians. Remain evacuated firefighting help could even be requested from other countries Alex stone. ABC news Los Angeles this is ABC news Is your computer. Slowing down they need a new one wait before. You waste your money, on a new computer go to Mike clean dot com and get a free computer diagnosis in minutes you. Can activate, my clean PC software to clean out the junk. That could be putting your privacy at risk unwanted. Pop ups errors..
Canada approves recreational use of marijuana
"To give themselves some extra time getting to work this morning shuttle buses are replacing red line service in both directions between north quincy and jfk u mass due to a power problem the tsa begins enforcing new roles today on the amount of powder allowed in carry on bags passengers are urged to pack larger containers and checked luggage and remove smaller containers from carry ons for separate screening and charlton's board of selectmen approves a proposal to turn an orchard into a large scale cannabis farm in other news dow disciplinary proceedings continue against the exskipper of a us navy destroyer that collided with a tanker vessel the commanding officer of the us fitzgerald will be headed to a general court martial for last year's deadly collision see that killed seven sailors commander bryce benson waived his right to a preliminary court hearing because he wanted to defend himself at trial benson is charged with negligent theralac of duty and negligent hazarding a vessel no date has been set for benson's court marshal louis martinez abc news the pentagon a gloucester fisherman is injured after being struck by cable while setting a lobster trap firefighters bordered a coastguard vessel to rescue the victim offshore the man suffered a leg dream was transported to a local hospital his injuries are not believed to be lifethreatening the national weather service confirms to tornadoes touched down in new hampshire's white mountains on monday the twisters form during the afternoon in the midst of three tornado warnings being issued in the northern part of the grant estate over a ninety minute stretch new hampshire on average experiences only one tornado a year middle school students in ashland get a whiff of history thankfully not jim close after a locker is on sealed after twenty five years here's wbz's bernice corpuz reports number one thirty is not like any storage space at david mundell school in fact it has its own plaque which says it contains the year of nineteen ninetythree sean thorpe decided to turn the locker into a time capsule that year and he stuffed it with a number of published materials including newspapers copies of sports illustrated and even a catalogue from jc penney field it my prediction was we'd be flying to this event open it up in our like jetson flying cars or something and that didn't happen the locker was unsealed monday in front of students who have never seen a catalog in their lives flipping through the jc penney catalog the early nineties we're in an era of high fashion for sure in boston bernice corpuz wbz newsradio ten thirty canada becomes a second country in the world to make marijuana legal nationwide the senate gave final passage yesterday to the government's bill to legalize recreational cannabis prime minister justin trudeau had hoped to make pot legal by july first but provincial and territorial governments will need eight to twelve weeks to publish regulations here in the us nine states including massachusetts and the district of columbia now allow for recreational marijuana use thirty allow for medical use wbz news time now six twenty two in entertainment news a country music stars trying the personal touch to resolving the detention facilities crisis willie nelson has invited president donald trump asking him to join him at one of the detention centers at the us mexican border he says he hopes to visit will provide a better understanding of what is going on a number of celebrities have raised their voices in protest of a policy among those public among those publicly denouncing the detentions a common ellen degeneres and oprah winfrey former talk show host tweeting to her forty two million plus followers they'd be torn from their parents can't stand it that is reporter oscar wells gabriel we have a critical weather alerts report caused damage across the region thousands left without power if you don't like the weather in new england ray flooding streets we in power just wait.
North Korea expected to return remains of up to 200 US service members
"It's seven thirty i'm ashley flood here's our top story democratic lawmakers angry about family separations at the southern border confronted president trump tonight at the capital the president was there to discuss immigration reform with congressional republicans republican congressman carlos carrillo of florida criticized house democrats for protesting outside of the meeting it's a lot harder to come to the table and to try to find a compromise but we've tried to do with this year trump claims only congress can keep families together but the separations are the result of his administration zero tolerance policy north korea is sending home us soldier who lost their lives in combat the development follows president trump's summit with kim jong un the us officials say the us is expecting north korea to return approximately two hundred sets of remains believed to be those of us service members who died during the korean war planning is underway to receive the remains in coming days but no firm dates have been finalized president trump said last week that in his meeting with kim jong un the north korean leader had agreed to return american remains there were seven thousand six hundred ninety seven americans missing from the korean war more than five thousand of them in north korea louis martinez abc news the pentagon.
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"Multiple federal investigations have been launched following actress mary mccormack's tweets about her husband's tesla model s bursting into flames for no apparent reason in los angeles last week more abc's matt gunman the la county sheriff's department said no one was hurt and that the culprit was likely a battery or a mechanical issue tesla said this is an extraordinarily unusual occurrence and we are investigating the incident to find out what happened this is tesla announced it's cutting about nine percent of its workers as it restructures and aims to become profitable president trump announced on monday that he's ordered the creation of a new military branch adding the space force to the army navy marine air force and coast guard abc's louis martinez at the pentagon president trump wants to have a six military service focused only on space we are going to have the air force and we are going to have the space force separate but equal trump said he was directing the pentagon to immediately begin the process necessary to create it but it will take an act of congress to make it a reality it's unclear if the pentagon really wants another military service just for space and if there's enough support on capitol hill louis martinez abc news the pentagon bill cosby will appeal his legal team filing paperwork to challenge his conviction for alleged sexual assaults is scheduled to be sentenced in late september wall street on monday the dow lost one hundred three points this is abc news and this is komo news one thousand and fm ninety seven seven good evening.
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"The talk san he kind of deflected and said essentially this is going to be an diplomats lane but as far as he knew it was not apparently what we were told was that he if we had asked what about the exercises he may have given us a different answer so that's kind of sometimes you you swing your and sometimes you hit home run right but in this case apparently it was us we reporters didn't ask the right questions and we're talking abc news correspondent louis martinez military leaders do you think try to convince the president to keep some of those troops in south korea well that is going to be something totally different because as mattis told us yesterday when it comes to the us forces in south korean addison discussion than it has to be held between the united states and south korea we had asked is it part of the negotiations with north korea is that that is not part of the discussion with north korea and that's actually something that we have to work out with the south koreans now the question becomes if you have these joint exercises now that or being suspended unilaterally by president trump is this opened the door for the us to now say maybe we can pull out the truth you heard president trump say this morning that that is one of his goals the to pull out a us american forces that have been there for since the korean war and i if if he stayed in it then it sounds like maybe it's gonna be on the agenda in the future but for now the twenty thousand troops in south korea's and you know they're they're they're maintaining their readiness and despite all the talk that are going on underway they maintain that they are ready to live up to their motto which is fight tonight to to defend south korea at a moment's notice you can continue to track all of this throughout the afternoon from abc news and louis martinez in here at the komo newsroom as well thank you eat komo news time coming up on twelve fifteen time to check the.
"louis martinez" Discussed on KOMO
"Doc if and if those talks do happen they will but if korea had says no then the us is prepared for genotoxic whatsoever and then we'll just continue with the maximum pressure on north korea which is what the us believes has been what has dragged on north korea drag north korea to the negotiating table with the us we're talking to abc's louis martinez about north korea threatening to pull out of that plan summit with the us louis my understanding at least from what the pentagon's assessing look back a little history these joint military exercises with south korea these have been going on for decades literally and nothing's changed so while of a sudden you know maybe the thinking they've got some ammo here because of the plan talks coming up i think that's it carlin admit primarily let's remember in the runup to the talks we heard kim jong un that he understood that these us and south korean exercises need to take place that that can be difficult to cancel and so he didn't seem too worried about it and trump accept the offer for talks with kim jong un and then we've heard this optimistic talk over the last couple of weeks that lead up to the setup of june twelfth date and singapore but i think you're also seeing again north korea if they want to get attention they know how to get it and one way is to just raise attention again to this exercise these exercises are not as surprised to them that is louie martinez komo news time six fifty time for your propel insurance money update the world has more billionaires than ever before and one in four live in.
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"Saying pretty much that the united states is prepared to talk if and if those talks to happen they will but if north korea had says no then the us is prepared for genotoxic whatsoever and then we'll just continue with the maximum pressure on north korea which is what the us believes has been what has dragged on north korea drag north korea to the negotiating table with the us we're talking to abc's louis martinez about north korea threatening to pull out of that plan summit with the us louis my understanding at least from what what the pentagon's assessing look back a little history is these joint military exercises with south korea these have been going on for decades literally and nothing's changed so while of a sudden you know maybe the thinking they've got some ammo here because of the plan talks coming up i think that's it carlin primarily let's remember in the runup to the talks we heard from kim jong un that he understood that these us and south korean exercises need to take place that that can be difficult to cancel and so he didn't seem too worried about it and so following that you heard president trump accept the offer for talks with kim jong un and then we've heard this optimistic tok over the last couple of weeks that lead up to the setup of june twelfth date in singapore but i think you're also seeing again north korea if they want to get attention they know how to get it and one way is to just raise attention again to this exercise these exercises are not a surprise to them.
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"Sponsored by perl mortgage at five o'clock and now here's pam stone thank you so much the united states united kingdom and other countries have called for an emergency un security council meeting monday to discuss the alleged chemical attack in syria abc's luis martinez reports mondays emergency un security council meeting us ambassador nikki haley said chemical weapons use in syria has become all too common us intelligence is making its own assessment into the reported chemical weapons attack by the assad regime in douma fat attacked reportedly killed dozens of civilians haley says the un security council must support an independent investigation into what happened in douma and hold account anibal those responsible for the attack louis martinez abc news washington a king college prep graduate one of two people shot and killed in peoria near the campus of bradley university eighteen year old nas jay murray was a freshman in biomedical science at bradley police say a man with her was also killed and a third person wounded police arrived to find people running from a home in the eighteen hundred block of west bradley at one forty five this morning they found murray and the male victim there no suspects there might be some disruption on the south shore line monday wgn's roger badesch reports the line runs between south bend indiana downtown chicago but it seems several years of more than a accidents train officials were start testing new train technology that will tell it when trains are going too fast and possibly prevent collisions with other trains positive train control technology will be tested on empty trains roger badesch wgn news car traffic can now move faster on.
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"North korea launching a ballistic missile today marking the latest missile test by the nation and the first in over two months according to a us official with more on this we say hello to abc's louis martinez who joins us from the pentagon louis my understanding is the pentagon is saying that this missile was the most powerful yet launched by north korea he had advocate they're saying that this metal reached an altitude of two thousand eight hundred miles up into space at the highest at north korea had launched a mental so far it an intercontinental ballistic missile a mental that could reach the united states mainland if possible and eighteen now that with altitude that they read fewer t lowered at angle to put predicted it could possibly reach the east coast maybe in washington dc though of north korea building on it i said it's made earlier this year when they conducted their first two icpm test in july and we'd like in bomb tests back in september it's now they're continuing with with air uh plan to try to tear up a nuclear weapon with a high near manila ballistic missile and it still remains unclear if they have the capability um by one thing we do know is that us intelligence believes that they will probably have that sometime next year this launch marking the end of the longest stretch of time since the president took office in january that the regime has not conducted a test does use intelligence we have any idea uh why now in terms of uh finally launching again after that droughts sure there there had been theory that maybe north korea had already accomplished what i needed to do in other words kim young on the international stage by let qfc diamant use.
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"Of you have resorted hanging najibullah was launched while ago from north korea will only january then we will take care of it we have general mattis and no more us and we had a long discussion on it it is a situation than the eu will handle that was president trump speaking at a news conference earlier today about north korea's of launching another missile off the waters of the japan out coast we have louis martinez from abc what is the latest on this situation louis more you heard accredited talking about how the situation in north korea launching any missile two thousand eight hundred miles up into the sky that's the highest altitude had yet on this is an icbm which means an intercontinental ballistic missile that uh the continental united states now they've already demonstrated this capability but by launching it that heidi demonstrated that they could reach further east into the us potentially any now uh pretty much most of united states east coast that would be within the sites of a north korean missile now we still don't know if north korea has the capability of attaching a nuclear warhead uh two such a longrange missile but the us intelligence agencies and tends to pay that they could have that capability sometime or in the next year on which is another reason why the us maintain such a strong diplomatic effort to try to rain and on north korea's prabhakar behavior uh interesting to me why do day was there anything behind that were are they just constantly doing tests over there and and launching missiles whenever they want to head of interview head of life who had been quite frenetic here in the most launches ever by north korea in a single year on they were building on the launch successes building on launch failures um and then these two icbms but then about two two months ago two and a half months ago they stop launching missile um and even some expectation that maybe the us effort reaching out uh to china uh talking about.
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"Louis martinez who covers the pentagon the us has fitzgerald colliding with a philippine container ship in the middle of the night about fifty six miles south of tokyo bay the needy has no reports of fatalities and one sailor injured in a collision has been medivacked by the japanese coastguard a muster is underway to determine if any sailors are missing the destroyer suffered damage on the starboard side which has resulted in some flooding at the congressional ballfields shooting a single rifle blasted how house majority whip steve scalise and torture organs and bones in his pelvic area submit midst star washington hospital doctor jacks up he will require additional operations to manage abdominal injuries and other bone injuries police in critical condition abc's andy field in washington it's not clear why james hodgkinson was carrying a list republican members of congress was names but police found did on him after two capitol police officers shot and killed him after that ambush attack on members brag for the charity baseball game concern social media had references to being angry with republicans and president trump and there was a report but someone asks whether the players were democrats or republicans just before the shooter the office of government ethics posts president trump's latest financial closure former chose he still owns most of his business empire structures different because he put some of it entrust but he's the beneficiary of those trusts with the form does not reveal is from whom mr trump is borrowing the judge in the bill cosby trial rejects the defense call for a mistrial and says of all the jury's questions and requests for read back would close argument zone the judge ordered jurors to keep deliberating despite a deadlock yesterday a few hours of testimony at one point the judge denied their request to listen to a transcript for the second time in a row abc's brad mielke at the courthouse.