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03:13 min | 3 years ago

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"About to be deported. Temporary extension. Walden wouldn't say definitively. Whether he planned to vote for the president's proposal or break rank again for NPR news. I'm Emily Cureton. In bend, Oregon. President Trump will not be among the more than three thousand political and business leaders attending the world economic forums annual event in the Swiss village of Donald Trump and his cabinet staying home because of the shutdown. Lisa line is in Geneva. Foreign participants worry browsing protectionism is undercutting free trade and world economic growth. They're concerned about the impact of the so-called fourth industrial revolution that refers to rapid technological breakthroughs in fields such as artificial intelligence in robotics, many fear. These advances could threaten jobs and give rise to more populist movements. Saudi led coalition has launched airstrikes in Yemen's capital. The first since a ceasefire plan agreed last month with Iranian backed rebels. NPR's Jane raff reports. The coalition says it was targeting a military base in drones at Santa's international airport. The rebel-held. Government says the strikes hit a food factory near the airport and the plastics factory. That's despite talks in December in which the two sides agreed to a plan for a ceasefire. And the withdrawal of forces from the Red Sea port of Hodeida who's he rebels earlier this month dropped bombs carried by drones on a military parade near the government held city of Aden, killing at least seven people, including a military intelligence chief Yemen civil war started five years ago when rebels captured the capital the fighting has killed tens of thousands of civilians. The UN says more than twenty million more people are at risk of starvation. Jana raff NPR news Baghdad from Washington. You're listening to NPR news. And this is WNYC in New York. I'm David first watchdog groups have been giving mixed reviews to New York governor, Andrew Cuomo is budget plan. Some of them say their concern. Learned about extending the so-called millionaires tax. Karen DeWitt reports the governor in his budget proposed extending the temporary income tax surcharge on millionaires for another five years. EJ McMahon with the conservative leaning fiscal watchdog group, the empire center says the state's wealthiest are already under pressure and more taxes could cause them to leave the state altogether. We are very heavily dependent on higher earners, millionaire earners in New York state. They pay almost forty percent of the income tax McMahon credits Cuomo for pushing to make the state's property tax cap permanent. And he says the governor is holding the line on spending growth once again. Women's groups protesting, President Trump gathered at separate Manhattan rallies yesterday after attempts to present a unified front failed the women's March alliance hosted a rally and procession starting on the Upper West side. Another rally was held in Manhattan's Foley square by women's March Inc. Whose organizers had been accused of antisemitism by other activists? But my Edry with Jewish voice for peace and a coalition of other Jewish groups says, she attended the Foley square rally because of its message of racial inclusion..

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01:36 min | 3 years ago

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"NPR news. I'm Kyle Gass it and we got Alabama. And you're listening to NPR news. And this is WNYC in New York. I'm David I watch dog groups have been giving mixed reviews to New York governor, Andrew Cuomo budget plan. Some of them are concerned about extending the so-called millionaires tax Cameron DeWitt reports the governor in his budget proposed extending the temporary income tax surcharge on millionaires for another five years. EJ McMahon with the conservative leaning fiscal watchdog group, the empire center says the state's wealthiest are already under pressure and more taxes could cause them to leave the state altogether. We are very heavily dependent on higher earners, millionaire earn. In New York state. They pay almost forty percent of the income tax Nick man credits Cuomo for pushing to make the state's property tax cap permanent. And he says the governor is holding the line on spending growth once again, thousands of people turned out at competing women's rallies around Manhattan yesterday, the start of the Foley square rally and lower Manhattan was briefly interrupted by a protester pointing to conflict within the movement over control inclusivity and alleged antisemitism. Miriam young was with her daughter at the rally organized by women's March Inc. Which helped organize the twenty seventeen Washington demonstration so important that keep showing up every day. We watch the news or read new stories about horrific things that are happening under the Trump administration. And it's important for us to keep saying we don't want those in that we envision a different world. Young says the Trump administration's attacks on immigrants must stop.

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01:34 min | 3 years ago

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"A delta Democrats to end the federal government shutdown the president's desires for more border patrol agents in immigration judges have not changed but for five point seven billion dollars to put up a border wall or fence, he's offering Democrats three years of legislative relief for seven hundred thousand DACA recipients brought here unlawfully by their parents. This extension will give them access to work permits social security numbers and protection from deportation. Even before the president spoke speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi rejected the offer saying in a statement for one thing. This proposal does not include the permanent solution for the dreamers. Bob Costantini, Washington. Democrat congressman Zoe Lofgren says there may be some areas along the border that could use tighter security and agreed on the need for more immigration judges. But she says dot talks until the government is real. Opens. I'm Ann Cates. Women's marches have been held today amid some contention dozens of large rallies and marches are taking place from coast to coast here in New York, women's March alliance president Catherine Semion said they have a lot to celebrate go from almost zero to one in five in congress. But they're also looking forward you're marching for your daughter's today's marches are taking place against the backdrop of controversy after leaders of the national organization women's March Inc were accused of fostering anti-semitism at affiliated group is holding a competing rally here in New York Simion said the national organization has become divisive. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. One hundred million Americans are in.

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01:54 min | 3 years ago

"march inc" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Special report the president's shutdown proposal. President Trump has presented a deal to Democrats to end the federal government shutdown the president's desires for more border patrol agents and immigration. Judges have not changed but for five point seven billion dollars to put up a border wall or fence, he's offering Democrats three years of legislative relief for seven hundred thousand Dr recipients brought here unlawfully by their parents. This extension will give them access to work permits social security numbers and protection from deportation. Even before the president spoke speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi rejected the offer saying in a statement for one thing. This proposal does not include the permanent solution for the dreamers. Bob Costantini, Washington. Democratic congressman Zoe Lofgren says there may be some areas along the border that could use tighter security and agreed on the need for more immigration judges. But she says Dow talks until the government is real. Opens. I'm Ann Cates. Women's marches have been held today amid some contention dozens of large rallies and marches are taking place from coast to coast here in New York, women's March alliance president Catherine Semion goes said, they have a lot to celebrate or are to go from almost zero to one in five in congress. But they're also looking forward you're marching for your daughter's today's marches are taking place against the backdrop of controversy after leaders of the national organization women's March Inc were accused of fostering anti-semitism, and affiliated group is holding a competing rally here in New York Simion said the national organization has become divisive. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. One hundred million Americans are in the path of a major winter storm meteorologist Ivan Cabrera Saturday evening snow begins to spread up to the north by Saturday around eight o'clock, it's knowing in New York and at the Boston thousands of flights have been cancelled or delayed at airports in the midwest and northeast. I'm.

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02:04 min | 3 years ago

"march inc" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Special report the president's shutdown proposal. President Trump has presented a deal to Democrats to end the federal government shutdown president's desires for more border patrol agents and immigration. Judges have not changed but for five point seven billion dollars to put up a border wall or fence, he's offering Democrats three years of legislative relief for seven hundred thousand docket recipients brought here unlawfully by their parents. This extension will give them access to work permits social security numbers and protection from deportation. Even before the president spoke speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi rejected the offer saying in a statement for one thing. This proposal does not include the permanent solution for the dreamers. Bob Costantini, Washington. Democratic congressman Zoe Lofgren says there may be some areas along the border that could use tighter security and agreed on the need for more immigration judges. But she says talks until the government is reopened. I'm Ann Cates. Women's marches have been held today amid some contention dozens of large rallies and marches are taking place from coast to coast here in New York, women's March alliance president Catherine Semion goes said, they have a lot to celebrate. Or to go from almost zero to one in five in congress. But they're also looking forward marching for your daughter's today's marches are taking place against the backdrop of controversy after leaders of the national organization women's March Inc were accused of fostering anti-semitism, and affiliated group is holding a competing rally here in New York Simion said the national organization has become divisive. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. One hundred million Americans are in the path of a major winter storm meteorologist Ivan Cabrera Saturday evening, the snow begins to spread up to the north by Saturday around eight o'clock, it's knowing in New York and at the Boston thousands of flights have been cancelled or delayed at airports in the midwest and northeast. I'm Ann Cates. What's in store for your business this week at Staples cases and cases of.

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01:30 min | 3 years ago

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"Now on Amazon just Alexa, play five sixty. Government shutdown women's marches. I'm Anne Cates. President Trump will be making what he calls a major announcement this afternoon as the federal government shutdown continues for twenty nine th day and the Democrats craft a proposal house. Democrats reportedly will offer one billion dollars to fund border security measures, which would include improvements to ports of entry for Mexico. None of the funds would be eligible for building a border wall. President Trump has demanded five point seven billion dollars for a wall. The offer from House Democrats, which the house could vote on early next week may not appease the president. But it does show a willingness on the part of the house to offer alternatives that might end the current standoff if the house passes the Bill they're still guarantee the Senate majority leader will allow it to come before the full Senate for a vote. Linda Kenyon, Washington women's marches are being held today amid some contention dozens of large rallies and marches are taking place from coast to coast here in New York women's March alliance president Catherine Semion goes said, they have a lot to celebrate. Or to go. Oh from almost zero to one in five in congress. But they're also looking forward you're marching for your daughter's today's marches are taking place against the backdrop of controversy after leaders of the national organization women's March Inc were accused of fostering anti-semitism, and affiliated group is holding a competing rally here in New York Simion said the national organization has become divisive. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. One hundred million Americans are in.

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01:31 min | 3 years ago

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"Five FM seven twenty AM the talk of Las Vegas. Government shutdown women's marches. I'm Anne Cates. President Trump will be making what he calls a major announcement this afternoon as the federal government shutdown continues for twenty nine th day and the Democrats craft a proposal house. Democrats reportedly will offer one billion dollars to fund border security measures, which would include improvements to ports of entry from Mexico. None of the funds would be eligible for building a border wall. President Trump has demanded five point seven billion dollars for wall. The offer from House Democrats, which the house could vote on early next week may not appease the president. But it does show a willingness on the part of the house to offer alternatives that might end the current stand-off if the house passes the Bill they're still guarantee the Senate majority leader will allow it to come before the full Senate for a vote. Linda Kenyon, Washington women's marches are being held today amid sub contention dozens of large rallies and marches are taking place from coast to coast here in New York women's March alliance president Catherine Semion goes said they have a lot to. Celebrate or aren't to go from almost zero to one in five in congress. But they're also looking forward you're marching for your daughter's today's marches are taking place against the backdrop of controversy after leaders of the national organization women's March Inc were accused of fostering anti-semitism, and affiliated group is holding a competing rally here in New York City Bianco said the national organization has become divisive. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. One hundred million Americans are in.

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01:36 min | 3 years ago

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"Jay GIO San Francisco. A Cumulus station. Now on Amazon just tell Alexa, play K G O eight ten. Government shutdown women's marches. I'm Anne Cates. President Trump will be making what he calls a major announcement this afternoon as the federal government shutdown continues for twenty nine th day and the Democrats craft a proposal house. Democrats reportedly will offer one billion dollars to fund border security measures, which would include improvements to ports of entry for Mexico. None of the funds would be eligible for building a border wall. President Trump has demanded five point seven billion dollars for wall. The offer from House Democrats, which the house could vote on early next week may not appease the president. But it does show a willingness on the part of the house to offer alternatives that might end the current stand-off if the house passes the Bill they're still guarantee the Senate majority leader will allow it to come before the full Senate for a vote. Linda Kenyon, Washington women's marches are being held today amid some contention dozens of large rallies and marches are taking place from coast to coast here in New York women's March alliance president, Catherine Semion goes. Said they have a lot to celebrate. Or to go from almost zero to one in five in congress. But they're also looking forward you're marching for your daughter's today's marches are taking place against the backdrop of controversy after leaders of the national organization women's March Inc were accused of fostering anti-semitism, and affiliated group is holding a competing rally here in New York Simion goes said the national organization has become divisive. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. One hundred million Americans are in.

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01:30 min | 3 years ago

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"Favorite station. Government shutdown women's marches. I'm Anne Cates. President Trump will be making what he calls a major announcement this afternoon as the federal government shutdown continues for twenty nine th day and the Democrats craft a proposal house. Democrats reportedly will offer one billion dollars to fund border security measures, which would include improvements to ports of entry from Mexico. None of the funds would be eligible for building a border wall. President Trump has demanded five point seven billion dollars for a wall. The offer from House Democrats, which the house could vote on early next week may not appease the president. But it does show a willingness on the part of the house to offer alternatives that might end the current stand-off if the house passes the Bill they're still guarantee the Senate majority leader will allow it to come before the full Senate for a vote. Linda Kenyon, Washington women's marches are being held today amid sub contention dozens of large rallies and marches are taking place from coast to coast here in New York women's March alliance president, Catherine Semion goes. Said they have a lot to celebrate. Or to go from almost zero to one in five in congress. But they're also looking forward you're marching for your daughter's today's marches are taking place against the backdrop of controversy after leaders of the national organization women's March Inc were accused of fostering anti-semitism, and affiliated group is holding a competing rally here in New York Simion goes said the national organization has become divisive. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. One hundred million Americans are in.

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04:22 min | 3 years ago

"march inc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Killing ISIS, Russia, Iran, Syria. Iraq for a lot of other places jumped boy, you wanna bring our people back home. I've been talking about this the campaign, but the president is backing off his call to remove troops immediately. And now says work remains to destroy ISIS. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham is in Turkey where he warns the US withdrawal must be slow the roadmap to man bitch is the most important thing to be accomplished in the near term. So I would hope that President Trump would slow the withdrawal. Until we truly destroy ISIS. And if we do not do this. Our withdrawal is going to create holy hill for Turkey and Graham, urged the president not to pull out without a plan. President Trump says he'll make a major announcement at three PM eastern time today on what he calls the humanitarian crisis on our southern border. He'll also talk about the shutdown BuzzFeed editor and chief Ben Smith is standing by his outlets latest reporting on the Russia investigation special counsel, Robert Muller's office is disputing claims that President Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen told investigators the president told him to lie to congress BuzzFeed is asking Muller's office to specify their objections. Mexican authorities say the death toll from a fuel pipeline explosion yesterday has climbed to at least sixty six dozens are listed as missing as NPR's. Carrie Kahn reports the blast was caused by people tapping into the pipeline. Fuel thieves tapped into the pipeline around five pm local time. Friday, sending a torrent of gas gushing into the air. Dozens of people gathered for more than two hours collecting free gas in buckets in huge plastic containers video from the scene showed police and soldiers there. Mexico's public security minister says the troops did not want a confrontation with the crowd. And we're retreating from the area when the pipeline blue fuel theft has been on the rise with losses. Topping three billion dollars last year. Mexico's president shut off gas six key pipelines in an effort to crack down on the practice that led to widespread fuel shortages and long lines. He's vowed to quote, tell the whole truth about what occurred in Friday's deadly explosion Carrie Kahn, NPR news, Mexico City. This is NPR. And this is WNYC in New York. I'm David I three separate anti-trump. Protests organized by women's groups are taking place in Manhattan today after attempts to present a unified front failed the women's March alliance a nonprofit that has led the local. Women's marches in New York City, the past two years is hosting a rally and procession starting on the Upper West side women's March Inc, which has organized the demonstrations in Washington DC is holding a rally at Foley square in lower Manhattan. A third separate rally for wheelchair users and others with disabilities is is holding a non March at Grand Central terminal in the afternoon. The MTA is going express with its new L train repair plan. And it says it won't need. It's board. Members to approve the changes WNYC's, Stephen Nessin reports at an emergency MTA meeting this week board members raise tough questions about the safety and viability of the new repair plan proposed by governor Cuomo. They also asked if they'd even get a chance to approve it. Now, the MTA says, no, it's reworking the original contract and doesn't expect it will cost more. So that plan won't need the MTA board's approval, the full board meets again next week, and will likely have a lot to say about this as well as some existential questions like. What's the purpose of MTA board? If it has no say in the decision making process, New Jersey Governor, Phil Murphy has declared a state of emergency for the entire state starting at noon as a winter storm heads into the area if there's ever a weekend to stay in and binge watch something this may be there. It is or official order to binge watch. The governor says commercial vehicles will be banned on all roads in the northern part of the state except the New Jersey turnpike New York City's emergency management office issued a hazardous travel advisory that goes into effect the evening and runs through Monday. We could see.

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05:47 min | 3 years ago

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"This is weekend edition on WNYC. Live from NPR news in Washington on trial Snyder, President Trump is preparing to head to Dover air force base in Delaware. He is expected to leave later this hour saying in a tweet that he will be with the families of the four Americans killed in Syria. This week the Americans were killed in a suicide bombing near a restaurant in the northern Syrian town of man bitch, NPR's, Daniel Chazal reports that offense department identified three of them. But that a fourth casualty of military contractor is not yet been officially named army Chief Warrant Officer. Jonathan farmer was thirty-seven, and from Boynton Beach, Florida navy chief cryptologic technician, Shannon, Kent was thirty five and grew up in upstate New York. Scott words was a civilian with the Defense Intelligence Agency. The Islamic state has claimed responsibility for Wednesday's attack counterterrorism expert. Seth Jones says the attack was near a restaurant that many Americans visited members of congress Seville. Billions intelligence officials that raises a lot of questions about the operational security procedures that the Americans were practising while they're President Trump has said ISIS has been defeated and US troops will withdraw from Syria. Daniele Czeslaw NPR news Washington, South Carolina, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, urging the president not to pull u s forces from Syria without a plan Graham spoke to reporters in Turkey's capital today after meeting with Turkish officials he warned that a pullout that has not been thought through would lead to chaos. Buzzfeed news, top editor been Smith says he wants to hear specifics about the special counsel's objections to the BuzzFeed story that alleges President Trump directives impersonal lawyer Michael Cohen to lie to congress about a project built at Trump Tower in Moscow, we are very eager to hear from the special counsel what they're objecting to. And or of course, always open to new information to corrections to things like that. But but the. Here is really on them to explain what they're talking about. Smith spoke to NPR last night saying BuzzFeed stands by its story after Robert Muller's office. Challenged key parts of it as not accurate, the fallout from Florida's disputed midterm election. Recount in November Sam Perkins from member station. Wwl RN reports Florida's Republican governor Rhonda Santa's has suspended Palm Beach county elections supervisor for her management to the recount Palm Beach county had encountered criticism for failing to meet multiple ballot-counting deadlines during the recount in his decision, Florida governor Rhonda Santa's cited what he called Susan booker's ineptitude during the process, I think that there were a train of problems. It really tarnished the image of the state of Florida, and I think unfairly and you had the whole country, basically, laughing at us booker's blamed the counting delays on all vote tabulation machines, she says she'll challenge the suspension to Santa's move comes after Florida's. Previous governor suspended Broward county's. Election supervisor for her handling of the recount for NPR news. I'm Sam Turk in West Palm Beach. This is NPR and this is WNYC in New York. I'm David I the MTA's going express with its new L train repair plan. It says it won't need. It's board. Members to approve the changes WNYC's. Steven Nelson reports at an emergency. Mt. Meeting this week board members raise tough questions about the safety and viability of the new repair plan proposed by governor Cuomo. They also asked if they'd even get a chance to approve it. Now, the MTA says, no, it's reworking the original contract and doesn't expect it will cost more. So that plan won't need the board's approval, the full board meets again next week, and will likely have a lot to say about this as well as some existentialist questions like what's the purpose of the MTA board? If it has no say in the decision making process three separate anti-trump protests organized by women's groups are taking place in Manhattan today. After attempts to present a unified front failed the women's March alliance a nonprofit that has led the local women's marches in New York City, the past two years will host a rally and procession starting on the Upper West side women's March Inc, which has organized the demonstrations in Washington c will hold a rally at Foley square in lower Manhattan, as well as another event in the nation's capital both of those stored in the morning, a third separate rally for wheelchair users and wheelchair users and others with disabilities is holding a non March at Grand Central terminal in the afternoon, a big chunk of the tappan Zee bridge came down earlier this week and some of its debris coming back up downstream. Residents are seeing plywood hard hats and buckets wash up on their shores. Those items had been left atop the old span when thirties determined it was too structurally unsound that it could no longer be dismantled piece by piece John Lipscomb of the environmental group river keepers has he and others. Involved in the planning in planning the crow the controlled demolition determined to leave the materials there. We wouldn't put people up on a span that is precarious and say, please take off those pieces of plywood and please take off those hard hats. The throughway authority has sent out boats to retrieve the loose items asked reports come in. It's eight oh six this is WNYC support for NPR comes from the Wallace foundation fostering improvements in learning and enrichment for disadvantaged children and the vitality the arts for everyone ideas at Wallace foundation dot org. This weekend edition from NPR news. I'm Scott Simon parts.

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05:59 min | 3 years ago

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"This afternoon on all things considered. Currently it's thirty nine degrees and overcast in central park at three o'clock. This is WNYC FM HD AM. Things that are impossible traveling at the speed of light finding that lost sock in your laundry comprehensive immigration reform, hasn't really gotten that bad. You can't stop a bad storm. There are two things you can do if you have time is a head for the potato cellar and get out of the way, and then start planning how you're going to rebuild after the storm is through the destruction that it's brought, but after nearly a month of shutdown can you blame Chuck Hagel? This is political football. The anti immigration activists figured out a way to make not always conscious allies of the left. Needless to say, congress did not take action because congress has trouble getting on bed in the morning. Bipartisan bills break down an immigration reform fails over and over again, why immigration reform is impossible at least for now. That's next on politics with Amy Walter from the takeaway. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. President Trump says he's looking forward to holding a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong UN near the end of February a short time ago. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, said the venue will be announced at a later date. She says Trump had just met with North Korea's former intelligence chief Kim Yong charcoal for about an hour and a half to talk about North Korea's pledge to denuclearize implants for a second summit. Trump and Kim Jong UN met last June in Singapore since then there has been little apparent progress made on denuclearization. This is day. Twenty eight of the partial government shutdown unpaid federal workers are predicting greater consequences from the dispute between President Trump and congressional Democrats NPR's David welna reports they're hoping the effects of the shutdown will be seen by others. She declines to give her name fearing reprisals from her federal employer. But the scientists has been furloughed says the key to. Ending the shutdown is more people experiencing the economic pain, it's causing people outside the federal government will start feeling it more and more. And you know, that's I guess when the pressure will really start a screening officer with the Transportation Security Administration who also wishes to remain anonymous says one huge impact would be from a widespread sickout by TSA employees. I would like to call out sex. I would I would not organize it. 'cause I'd be fired immediately federal employees, including those working without pay are banned by law from holding strikes. David welna, NPR news, Washington all this playing out in political theatrics in Washington. President Trump has affectively moved to cut off all congressional travel until the shutdown ends NPR's hammer Keith reports as follows Trump's retaliatory action. Halting a trip. House speaker Nancy Pelosi was taken to Afghanistan visit US troops. The memo comes from the acting director of the White House budget office Russell vote. It says the president. And asked him to direct the heads of all executive departments and agencies to halt congressional use of government owned leased or chartered aircraft under no circumstances during a government shutdown. He writes will these aircraft support any congressional delegation without the express written approval of the White House chief of staff the memo also contains a line that will make it all but impossible for congressional delegations to travel overseas on commercial aircraft because the funding for that comes through the treasury department and would now also require White House approval. Tamra Keith NPR news, the White House. Former British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is urging Prime Minister Theresa may to use her historic parliamentary defeat of her Brexit plan as leverage to get a better deal from the European Union. However, the EU has repeatedly said that it has no intention of renegotiating any aspect of the agreement already reached with me from Washington. This is NPR news. And you're listening to WNYC. I see in New York. I'm Jamie Floyd mayor de Blasios defending his administration's handling of a sexual harassment case involving one of his former senior staffers, the New York Times, I reporting this week that Kevin O'Brien was pushed out of his role at city hall after an internal investigation. Substantiated the claims made by two female employees O'Brien then landed at a private consulting firm. The Blasios saying today on WNYC that city hall did not announce the allegations against Joe Brian order to protect the confidentiality of the complainants. If confidentiality is not guaranteed women will often not come forward. And that's the worst of all worlds. So that's exactly why the situation was handled the way it was handled de Blasios said that if the company hilltop private solutions had asked for a reference check from city hall officials would have said O'Brien resigned in lieu of being fired three separate anti-trump. Protests organized by women's groups are taking place in New York. City tomorrow after attempts to present a United front failed the women's March alliance and nonprofit that has led local women's marches in the past two years will hold a rally and procession starting on the Upper West side women's March Inc, which has organized the demonstrations in Washington DC will hold a rally at Foley square and a third separate rally for wheelchair users and others with disabilities is holding a non March at Grand Central terminal this afternoon, it's cloudy tonight clouds as well low around twenty nine degrees. And then tomorrow, we're expecting three to five inches of snow in the city. Governor Cuomo warning upstate residents to prepare for more..

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03:39 min | 3 years ago

"march inc" Discussed on KGO 810

"To travel commercial, and we make plans to do that until they met station then leaked that were chatting commercially. And that endangers we weren't gonna go because we had a report from Afghanistan that the president. Outing our trip had made the scene on the ground much more dangerous because it just a signal to the bad actors that were coming of the White House denying that it leaked Nancy Pelosi is commercial travel plans at UC Davis today as many as six thousand people many of them law enforcement officers from across the country will gather to remember Davis police officer, Natalie corona the twenty two year old rookie was shot on the job eight days ago. Couple of big protests this weekend one already underway. Thousands of protesters gathering in Washington DC for the annual anti-abortion rights March known as March for life rally, president of March for life genie Manzini says they are committed to ending the practice of abortion in response to this profound social injustice, we have continued to March every single year, regardless of if there's a blizzard right twenty. Regardless of if there's subzero temperatures twenty fourteen right? Or even this year a government shutdown? The national women's March is Saturday morning in Washington DC, it is one of dozens of large women's marches taking place across the country. Correspondent Steve Kastenbaum. Reports in some cities there will be competing demonstrations this after the national organization faces allegations that it fosters anti-semitism a large rally and March is happening on Manhattan's Upper West side. Tomorrow bitch really is the year of women Catherine's to me, I'll go is founder of the women's March alliance. She sees the changing face of congress as the result of women's marches across the US one in five in congress. Forty five of them being women of color, but a competing rally is taking place further downtown put on by a group affiliated with the national organization women's March Inc. Simion go, thanks. The national group has become divisive. That's not a group that wants to be inclusive in recent weeks, the leaders of women's March Inc. Have been defending themselves against claims that they fostered anti-semitism. Within the group. Steve kastenbaum. New york. Fighting for better pay and smaller class sizes Oakland. Teachers are holding a one day sick out today. The teacher is marching from Oakland tech high school to the school district headquarters this morning fact, they were at last report headed down Broadway. Some traffic issues were a re a rising because of that little check your traffic in just a moment district says classes are in session today, though, with substitute teachers at the helm a high surf advisory in place through five PM for the bay area coastline waves between twenty five to thirty five feet are expected along our shores with some spots expected to get the occasional forty five foot wave. The national weather service says visitors checking out bay area beaches should stay off rocks and jetties and this weekend. We'll also bring a total lunar eclipse called also called the super blood wolf moon Sunday night and early Monday morning, it'll be visible for just about an hour about nine pm Sunday. But cloudy cover could get in our way here in the bay. Area. This report sponsored by the United Airlines rock and roll half. Marathon, San Francisco run the Golden Gate Bridge at the United Airlines rock and roll half marathon, San Francisco, April seventh register now at run rock and roll dot com. That's run rock and roll dot com. Again, Oakland teachers marching down, Broadway and Oakland. We'll check your traffic.

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"march inc" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"march inc" Discussed on KGO 810

"Joe news time is just about five thirty good morning to you. I'm Kim McAllister in four Brett burkhart. A new bombshell report suggests President Trump pulled his one time fixer the light of congress bringing up the specter of obstruction of Justice by the president. Bob Costantini now with details. President Trump told Michael Cohen to lie to congress about efforts to build a Trump Tower in Moscow BuzzFeed reports overnight lying to congress is a federal crime. And the implication is that the president obstructed Justice by getting coined ally. Coen pled guilty to one count of lying under oath in November and is cooperating with Robert Muller's investigation. Buzzfeed reports based on two unnamed sources Muller's team has evidence to back up Coen's allegation. Mr. Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani responds. If you believe Cohen, I can get you a great deal on the Brooklyn Bridge. Bob Costantini, the White House. Washington will be the site of a national women's March Saturday mornings one of dozens of large women's marches taking place across the country. Correspondent Steve Kastenbaum. Reporting some cities will be competing demonstrations. There will be out the national organization faced allegations it fostered anti-semitism a large rally and March is happening on Manhattan's Upper West side. Tomorrow bitch, really is the Europe women Catherine's to me I'll go is founder of the women's March alliance. She sees the changing face of congress as the result of women's marches across the US one in five in congress. Forty five of them being women of color, but competing rally is taking place further downtown put on by a group affiliated with the national organization women's March Inc. Semi thinks the national group has become divisive. Not a group that wants to be inclusive in recent weeks, the leaders of women's March Inc. Have been defending themselves against claims that they fostered anti-semitism within the group. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. Tesla going through another transition K G O eight tenths Jason Middleton with more on that. And a check on pre market trading on Wall Street were looking at slight gains have before the bell. We close. Today in positive territory, it will be four straight weeks of gains. And that might be good enough to stave off the talk of recession at least for a while. Tesla will report a slight profit from the last quarter. But that's the slightly. Good news. Tesla is also cutting its fulltime headcount by seven percent now that the federal government subsidy for electric cars has been cut. Tesla has had to cut prices on its cars, and and it's customer referral program. They gave free charging for.

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"march inc" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"march inc" Discussed on KOMO

"Welcome back to America in the morning thirteen before the hour. The women's March is taking place tomorrow morning in Washington DC. It's one of more than one hundred women's marches planned across the nation. The national organization has been under the microscope in recent weeks because of allegations are Steve Kastenbaum explores across the country this weekend, dozens of large women's marches will be taking place again, a big rally and March is happening here in New York where we both celebrate the successes we've had for women's rights two years. But also we confirm our commitment to continuing to fight for women's rights here in New York City Catherine's Bianco is founder and president of the women's March alliance. She sees the changing face of congress as the result of women's March movements across the US or to go from almost zero to one in five in congress. Forty five of them being women of color is just unheard of. I mean, it's really is the Europe women there will. Be a competing rally downtown held by a group affiliated with the national organization women's March Inc. Conflicting events in some cities are the result of a controversy surrounding the national group statistically allegations that they fostered anti-semitism co-leader. Bob land address this while appearing on ABC's the view this week, the women's March unequivocally condemns anti-semitism bigotry and Dan remarks about Jewish people. And we have repeatedly in statement after statement this year, which are available directly on our website Simion. Go is adamant about her New York based organization being unaffiliated with the national women's March group, which she believes is being divisive. I think that they are holding some counter-marches to undercut the true work of the women in New York. They're doing in Philadelphia, you know, and that's not a group that wants to be inclusive. That's a good that wants to be divisive. Some of the controversy hinges on co leader to make a Malary's appearance with nation of Islam leader, Louis Farrakhan. He's repeatedly preached at these semitic messages. Mallory faced the cross examination about this on the view as I said, I don't agree with many of them minister Farrakhan's statement you condemned on me, I don't agree with these statements at the end of the day won't condemn it. All to be very clear. It's not my language is not the way that I speak. It is not how I organize Semion go the women's March alliance founder here in New York is aware that this issue is not helping their movement to anyone who is confused by. She says you're not marching for to up or Linda or captains you're marching for your daughter's you're marching for your future. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. It's nine till in for Robert workman. Joe Ramsey has Friday sports. Good morning, John. It's championship weekend in the NFL. And both are rematch is of great games from the regular season. The NFC championship goes first Sunday afternoon in New Orleans as the saints, welcome. The Los Angeles Rams expect to see some offense. Both teams come confident. Especially drew Brees in the saints played team like.

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"march inc" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:17 min | 3 years ago

"march inc" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Oxfam and the center for American progress. These organizations are uncoupling olive. They they deserve at least a tip of the hat for doing something. Right. But they could have been more public about it. I've not seen a single press release from any of those organizations saying that we've decided. That because of concerns about how women's March Inc. Is is being run that we are going to disassociate ourselves from the women's March. Until for example. They disavow the semitism that exists at the very top. You know, you have organizations. Who've stopped partnering with the March. One spokesman said well, quote other projects were a priority. Women's March word contend that. There. Fifty one percent of the population as females. So I guess when all these organizations have quote other priorities. The have no interest in being associated with fifty one percent of the population. According to the view from the women's March Inc. I listen Milano. She of the neckline. I gotta say that was to me one of the real delights of watching. The hearings was knowing that listen we'll be sitting there right behind him. Wearing addressed and showed more cleavage. Then most dresses women were to business whatever show. I cannot remember a single woman. Congress person wearing address that show them much cleavage. Of course, the women who popped a monitor Bill abso- good Nancy Pelosi. Maybe it's the site that I just don't want to see. So these organizations, for example of Rhode Island Chicago Cincinnati out in Ventura, California. All these organizations are saying we really don't have anything else who has walked away the national organization for women. National organization for women is marched away from the women's March. They cancelled the New Orleans women's March over leadership reveals little to resign. Women's March Cleveland. Said well, we'll only do it. If members of the national council on Jewish women and other Jewish women speak at the March. In women's March. Chicago said no, there's not gonna be any March. They said that distancing itself from the national leadership was a side benefit of not having a March. Now, I'm really concerned about those women in the listening audience and elsewhere in this metropolitan area who've been very very diligent and working hard during the past twelve months. Tune it a new hat. Or or or make that brand new costume with an even more realistic vagina? So. I'm really concerned that they're now going to have to hold onto that stuff until next Halloween and where then. Can you see mom and dad and junior walking door to door in the neighborhood? They come to the feminist and she's the Saturday greet them in costume. Hi, johnny. Hi, MRs Johnson. Where do you dressed as Johnny last questions? You get out of here. The ACLU Planned Parenthood American federation of teachers national organization for women. The DNC however, continued to partner with a group. The cannot bear to disassociate itself from Louis Farrakhan, and the nation of Islam Farrakhan, who is actively being courted by every single candidate in twenty twenty. They want screwy Louis on their side. He he's the guy who refers to Jews as termites. And of course, the ACLU and Planned Parenthood mash organization women af t the Democratic National Committee. Well, that's cool way them because they want screwy Louis on their side. Because apparently there are enough followers within the nation of Islam to help them electorally conscience, be damned. But it was interesting to note that when indeed this kind of separation takes place on the political left. They're very very quiet about it. Did any of you here that the AFL CIO is no longer involved with women's March? Did the service employees international union sent out a press release saying we're not with them anymore? How about the n CPI? Ben jealous. Get in touch with his organization say, hey, let everybody know big voice. We're no longer there. No. Of course, not. But that is the way the world. If if groups on the right had quietly disassociated themselves from Stephen King as an example that in of itself would be headlines, and that's what I find fascinating. No matter how you feel about what Steve king said congressman Steve king, not the author. Steven king. No matter how you feel about it. The fact is that members of the GOP stood up immediately and took a stand one way or the other on this one way or the other on this. On the left though, you can have ranted anti Semites, running your organization and other left-wing organizations want to disassociate themselves from you. They'll tip toe out as quietly as somebody trying to leave the church in the middle of the sermon. They don't want anybody to know, they're gone. They came in. They sat in the back row on purpose. Which is why a lot of churches, I think should installed doors with really squeaky hinges Bruce Elliott show. Talkradio six eighty WCBS Lori and Dundalk. Good morning, Lori. How are you? I'm well. I am very glad that they've decided to disassociate ourselves from the March because I mean as a female. Nothing positive for me and permit Donald the mail, the vulgar and pretty women to take their children. You know, this is ridiculous. I mean, I'm proud of the fact that look female, I'm proud that. I was a correct, you know, retire correction officer former police officer, you know, I kind of feel like there's jobs for glass ceiling time for penal. And I'm proud that. I went to college and have I was the first one in my family to have a college degree. With that. But I'm not.

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"march inc" Discussed on Guys We F****d

Guys We F****d

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"march inc" Discussed on Guys We F****d

"It's so so important, but now they're fighting they're fighting with each other and Theresa has asked the women to either adjust. The views or to step down. And so now there they were like on the internet like fighting back and forth, even on Twitter like the women's March official Twitter was throwing direct shade Theresa. They made a comment that was saying like. We like we appreciate Theresa for creating the Facebook page and then. Folk credit for everything at Liz. I don't know I wasn't at the meeting. So I don't know. And it's recent release a statement. That's my original vision and intent was to show the capacity of human beings to stand in solidarity and love against the hateful rhetoric that had become a part of the political landscape in the US and around the world. I wanted us to prove that the majority of us are decent people who want a world that is fair just an inclusive of women and all people Bob land who is a woman to meek. Mallory Linda, Sarsour and Carmen Perez of women's March Inc. Have steered the movement away from its true. Course, I have waited hoping they would find they would right the ship, but they have not in opposition to our unity principles, which you can find on the website or you could in in the past. I don't know if they left them up. They have allowed anti-semitism anti LGBTQ is sentiment and hateful racist rhetoric to become a part of the platform by their refusal to separate themselves from groups that espouse these racist. Hateful beliefs. I call for the current co chairs to step down and to let others lead who can restore faith in the movement, and it's original content. So I dug a little deeper into this and the icing on the cake is that a bunch of these women at the top of women's March Inc. Are devout followers of Louis Farrakhan? We've talked about on the podcast before just historically nightmare. He's a black nationalist. And he's the leader of the nation of Islam. Okay. So and even places like that are very reputable and not bias and just truly like kind of like ACLU, but even cleaner the southern poverty Law Center, and the anti defamation league have described Louis Farrakhan as antisemitic and a proponent of an anti white Cialis. Some of his remarks have also been considered homophobic. He also in the nineties remember organized the million man March, which was a civil rights movement that famously exc. -cluded black women, even though it was a civil rights issue. Not a gender issue. You don't like the late. And then in response, you know, the later on an million woman March was organized. Now. I am. But it was so he's I mean, just everything they later the women's March people have since made a statement saying, they are not followers of him. But I mean, of course, they did because they had to well, how do you know, they were just made. It was it was known. Oh, it's like if you just decided it's like when Tom Cruise, you know, like if he said like, oh, I don't believe in body themes or something right? Right. Like like EV literally everyone knows you do. And so it's just it's it's really interesting. And they said it's such a tough thing to to talk about because no one wants to hear like, it's hard being white. And that's absolutely not what I'm saying. But while other groups of women have certainly had more pressing issues as far as rights and physical safety women of color, white women are kind of trophy holders for shame and guilt..

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