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"mark remillard" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"ABC News. I'm Mark Remillard. The death toll from Hurricane Ida and its remnants has risen to at least 60 people in eight states. My message to everyone affected We're all in this together. The nation is here to help President Biden says Federal first responders are on the ground to help with cleanup. He travels to Louisiana tomorrow to tour the hurricane damage. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says the Defense Department will do whatever it can to educate military personnel who could face a dishonorable discharge for refusing to get a covid 19 vaccine. Our commanders have a range of tools available to them short of using the uniform code of Military justice. To again, Uh, try to get men and women in the in the department to make the right decision here. A former Georgia prosecutors facing misconduct charges accused of using her position to shield the men who chased and killed Ahmad our very last year from being charged immediately after the shooting. This is ABC News. General Motors says it's pausing auto production at eight North American plans during the next two weeks, including two that make the company's Chevy Silverado pickup. It's because of global computer chip shortages getting worse. Fort is also going to stop making pickups at its Kansas City plan for the next two weeks. Qatar is working behind the scenes to help get Kabul's airport operational again. The link is seen as critical in getting those left behind out via standard commercial air carriers or by charters. Qatar's foreign minister says there is no specific timetable at the moment, but we are trying our best to support now. Bringing back the the airport to be running and this is this is remaining our focus in the next short term period. Air hub is currently lettered with artifacts after the withdrawal of the last U. S troops. The Taliban say technical teams are currently attempting to repair and clear the airport, Tom Rivers, ABC News and NASA's Perseverance Rover has successfully collected his first rock sample for a return to Earth. I'm Mark Remillard ABC News How can I make sure my office never stops working with Staples connects? It's possible. I need to keep my back office stocked without messing up my bottom line. Also possible because Staples connect Has your small business covered with big savings on everything.
"mark remillard" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The hospital with Covid 19, Mark Remillard, ABC News 10 03 checking the roads. Now the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes and Steve what you got for us? Well, right now don south of the city and Braintree, we have issues. 93 south heavy a multi car craft multi car crash after route 37. Then as you work your way past that there's a work crew every 28 in Randolph. 95 delays both ways. A Canton road, working upon the street to Denham Street, and then again, Cholon Attleboro After 2 95 on route 24 years down the line and slow Colbun after Route 44 northbound route 1 23, then the north boundary of the 93 south. It's closed. Room three North Watch for work. Who at Herring Pond Road in Plymouth. Then you're at a crawl before route 1 39 you down to one lane there north of the city. 93 North will burn. You're going to slow down, passing a left wing crash cleanup. Just past 1 28. And in that same area in 1 28 South has delays with the left lane closure by route 93 staying on 1 28. You're going to slow down and PVT in both directions. You're down to one lane Centennial Drive to Endicott Street. More delays, South Beach and Gloucester at Route 1, 33 and Inbox for 95 south, moving slowly with work. Endicott Road to the Fern Croft Rotary. Out west on the pike slow in Southborough lanes taken both ways between 4, 95 and Route nine westbound side heavy at route 1 22 in Millbury and then eastbound at the Westboro Service area and again and Newton corner to 90 jammed up for paving eastbound before Shrewsbury Street and then a bit slow at Solomon Pond Road Watch for another set up westbound Main Street to route 70. Downtown airport tunnels. Ted Williams heavy in both directions down the lane both ways this report sponsored by the Ad council. Okay, Dad, it's time to do the cabbage Patch, the running man or something more contemporary. Floss dance like a dad Learn more at fatherhood dot gov. Steve Perez WBC 24 Hour Traffic network. We have smaller insurance have been working with Cindy and her crew for years now, and while she makes her houses look as beautiful as possible, we have to make sure that she is fully protected. And that's why I use Billy smaller from smaller insurance. I feel protected. I know my coverage is there.
"mark remillard" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"In Kabul is urging Americans to evacuate Afghanistan amid fears that the capital could fall into Taliban control in a matter of weeks, State Department spokesman Ned Price This is not abandonment. This is not an evacuation. This is not the wholesale withdrawal. What This is, is a reduction in the size of our civilian footprint. 3000 U. S troops are on the way to help get American civilians out and secure Kabul's main airport. Afghan officials say the Taliban have now taken the southern city of Kandahar. And while the delta variant continues to take its toll, more people are getting vaccinated for the first time since mid June. We're averaging about a half million people getting newly vaccinated each and every day. White House coronavirus response coordinator Jeff Science stocks trading in a narrow range, but with enough momentum for new Dow and S and P records. This is ABC News. Number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits for the first time last week did to 375,000 slight decrease from the prior week. California mandating that all teachers and school staff get Covid 19 vaccines, and one group thinks that other states should follow suit. The National Education Association, the largest teachers union in the country, says California's plan is a good one that they'd like to see elsewhere. The union, saying schools need to follow the science and that science shows that Covid vaccines are the most powerful weapon. Against the pandemic. The union says it will put full support behind mandated vaccines for teachers, and for those who refuse or can't get the vaccine. Then they would be tested regularly. Alex Stone e D. C. There's the fourth surge in Covid cases is having an effect on Hollywood. Sony Pictures is delaying the release of its equal venom. Let there be carnage by three weeks. Last week, Paramount Pictures postpone the release of Clifford the Big Red Dog, citing the Delta Varian. I'm Mark Remillard, ABC News. Hi, Tom bowed it for Motel six. Leaving.
"mark remillard" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Now I'm Mark Remillard President Biden stepping up efforts to get more Americans vaccinated against Covid 19. I'm announcing. We're taking this a step further. The federal government now reimbursed those employers To give their staffs who give the staff's time off not only get themselves vaccinated, but also to get their family members vaccinated. President Biden also asking state and local governments to give unvaccinated Americans $100 to get their shots. President Biden says federal government employees and on site contractors now must show their vaccination status or else there will be required to wear a face mask socially distance and get at least one covid test a week. He's also asking the defense secretary to look into adding the Covid 19 vaccine to the list of mandatory inoculations for members of the military. Congress has passed emergency legislation to ramp up security at the U. S Capitol and repay outstanding debts from the January 6th attack. This is ABC News. Simone Biles is sponsors, including Athleta and Visa are applauding her decision to put her mental health first and withdraw from the gymnastics team competition. House panel taking testimony from the Texas Democrats who fled their state over an election bill. In his opening statement, subcommittee chair Jamie Raskin of Maryland says this shouldn't be a partisan issue. The question is whether we are willing to commit ourselves to a struggle that extends the right To vote for everyone. Ranking member Pete Sessions of Texas says the election bill actually allows for many days of early voting. Texas allows each Texan 17 days more. In the state of Delaware. The Texas lawmakers plan to stay in the nation's capital until August 6th when they're special session ends, I could jockey ABC NEWS Washington American Airlines is planning to invest in a small South American budget airline as part of a deal that would include selling seats on each other's flights. I'm Mark Remillard ABC News. I struggled with symptoms like frequent gas and stomach pain. For years, I was bloated all the time with daily diarrhea. At first I thought it was what I was eating. I kept thinking it was stomach issue. So I did my research and talked to my doctor and we finally uncovered the truth. It was actually e p I x a Quran..
"mark remillard" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Mark Remillard ABC NEWS Congress will have a bipartisan report on the January 6th attack on the capital ready next week's as Senator Roy Blunt. Missouri Republican More mass SHOOTINGS. ABC is Dave Packard shooting in Miami Dade, leaving three dead vehicle or vehicles pulling up to a crowd. But after graduation party, Miami Dade police director Freddy Ramirez this violence has to stop. This is extremely frustrating every weekend. It's the same thing and we just got to band together at a Chicago eight wounded, two critically. Early this morning, a car drove up to people at a sidewalk on the South side and started shooting community activist Andrew Holmes. I'm hopefully that people would start opening up their mouth, start giving it detective for the information and start pointing those individuals out due to land soon in Guatemala Vice President Harris in an effort to reduce the flow of migrants to the U. S. Southwest border, you're listening to ABC News. Now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Authorities are investigating gunfire near Christian University campus in Southern California today, according to officials at Azusa Pacific University, there was active gunshot activity around 1:20 P.m. near the campus university sent out an alert, telling anyone on the campus to shelter in place and stay indoors. Former secretary of state under President Trump is scheduled to appear next month at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley. Mike Pompeo will be the third speaker and the time for choosing series on July 26th as there is a forum for leading voices in the conservative movement to address questions facing the future of the Republican Party. Any Warner Brothers horror film is this weekend's top movie in North America. The conjuring the Devil made me Do It earned $24 million as first week in theaters,.
WHO approves Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use
"Curb covert 19 across the globe. The World Health Organization is given emergency approval toe. AstraZeneca's Covad vaccine ABC is Mark Remillard reports. Wh O says the approval will allow for the rollout of millions of doses of AstraZeneca's vaccine to come. Trees that to date have had no access. Wh o Director General Dr Ted Rose Adhanom debris ASIS. We now have all the pieces in place for the rapid distribution. Factions, but we still need to scale up production. The W. H O doesn't regulate vaccines but can assess their safety and efficacy for countries that don't have strong regulatory systems. Marco
CDC reduces quarantine time from 2 weeks to 10 days with no symptoms
"Centers for disease control and prevention said this week people should avoid traveling for the remainder of the holiday season. The cdc also revise their recommendations for quarantine this week. Here's abc's mark remillard. It's no longer a hard and fast fourteen day. Quarantine rule the cdc announcing alternatives saying a quarantine can end after ten days without a covid nineteen tests. If during that time you haven't noticed any symptoms or it says a quarantine can end after seven days with a negative covid nineteen test and no symptoms. The cdc says the change may make it easier on people by cutting down on the economic burden of quarantining for two weeks though. It says that is still the best way to prevent spread.
Carole Baskin's Big Cat Rescue sanctuary speaks out after tiger attacks volunteer
"In Tampa, Florida, There was prominently featured in the Netflix series Tiger King has been bitten. NBC's Mark Remillard reports had rescue volunteer candy Cowser was bit while feeding a tiger name Kimba. According to a statement from the rescue run by Carole Baskin, who was heavily featured in Tiger King. The rescue posted a video Thursday of other volunteers talking about what happened. I could say that the army is detached in the shoulder. That it's barely hanging on my little bit of skin underneath s O. I didn't need it Leave. There's anything under there, so I put pressure underneath the armpit. We have Venus, the statement says Cowser was bit when against protocols she reached into a cage during feeding Marco Malard ABC News Counselor was conscious conscious
To Test Coronavirus Vaccines, UK Study Will Intentionally Infect Volunteers
"The British government is announcing it will back what is known as a challenge trialled intentionally exposing volunteers to the virus. ABC is Mark Hamill are joining us on the coma news line with the controversial approach to test the effectiveness of vaccine candidates. Tell us more about this mark. So exactly as you said, it's a trial where volunteers and they say they're only taking people 18 to 30. He who have a record of being healthy people where they're going to get a vaccine. They have not said which candidates or vaccine will be a part of this, but they'll get a vaccine and they'll be deliberately exposed to cope in 19 and quarantined in a London hospital. While they're essentially monitored by these researchers and doctors very closely to see how the vaccine and the disease progresses and to see how effective these vaccines are, and so Wow. It is a very controversial type of study because particularly in this case, some have likened it to giving someone a poison without an antidote, because if you develop a severe case of covert 19 There's not a whole lot of treatments and well proven in documented treatment at our disposal. Unlike perhaps if you test somebody this way on another disease, where we have a long history of treatments available, so there is some concern in that respect, but on the other side of this benefit Is that you can start to flush out with which vaccines are effective very quickly because you could start to monitor them right then and there. Plus, there's no need to worry about community spread because You know, typically in a criminal clinical trial, you give 30,000 people. Half of them had the vaccine half have a placebo, and you let them go about their lives, and you wait to see which ones developed over 19. Which ones don't and you start to measure the effectiveness of a vaccine that way this way, You're monitoring it right there, So there are some benefits in terms of the time and that's part of the reason that the government I decided to back this, but it's a controversial decision on the way. Some doctors say This is very helpful when there's very little disease in the community. But in this case, there's a lot of disease in the community. Yeah, that's right. Part of the benefit of this is is in general. You don't have to worry about that community spread exactly. We're talking about where in a clinical trial, you know you've got to send people out into there into the world, and they just Have to go about their lives, and you'll know that some people got it. And some don't and so to do that. So you have to know that there is community spread are particularly in this case with Kobe have to know that you know you're not sending 30,000 people out there and none of them ever came across. The disease. So in this case, obviously with Coleman in most areas in the US, the UK and Europe In a lot of cases that's not concerned with covert 19, but typically with challenge trials. That is one of the benefits If you could do a study anytime, anywhere, you don't have to worry about it. So that doesn't seem to be as much of an overriding factor in in the desire to do that, in this case because of the spread of Copan 19, But but one of the benefits is the faster results essentially in the data. Plus, I think one of the other things that the organizers of the study of said, is that not only can you squashed the time that it takes to figure out how effective the vaccine is, but you can also monitor how the body responds to covert 19 from They want versus somebody goes down. The world gets eventually get sick and maybe they see a doctor eventually, Maybe they don't You know so this because you're directly exposing somebody. You can watch them from day one. How the body reacts having these moves in the body all of these things, and so it's not just necessarily looking at the vaccine, but also can help the understanding of the virus. Itself again. Not without it concerns, though, because there's certainly a risk in this in terms of your willingly taking a dose of 19, and that's why they need to watch them so closely to minimize those risks. A veces Mark Remillard. Thank you, Mark. Thank you.
Federal Reserve will support to the new small business lending program
"The federal reserve is now stepping in to help small business get government backed loans your correspondent mark Remillard with that story for the federal reserve says it will support the government's three hundred and forty nine billion dollars small business lending program after a rocky start on Friday the fed says it will buy loans that banks make to small businesses as part of the program which was set up under that two point two trillion dollar coronavirus stimulus plan by purchasing the loans the fed would create an incentive for banks to engage in lending after many small businesses complained they had trouble accessing the lending
Sexually transmitted infections on The rise in The military
"Seven a disturbing new report shows dramatic increases in the rates of sexually transmitted infections in men and women serving in the US military, ABC news. Correspondent Mark Remillard, a report saying that three particular infections are most concerned committee gonorrhea and syphilis around the rise within the, the nation's military services, and that has a broader affect on the military would have an effect, obviously, on the personnel both short term and long-term on their wellbeing, but also in their unit readiness and by extension the larger military military, for example, this report cited in two thousand twelve SEI's in the navy accounted for healthcare costs of five point four million. And that's in the navy alone. So there's an economic cost. There's a personnel readiness cost to this, and they're saying that part of the conservative. This is the result of more risky behavior. The majority of our military. Branches are made up by eighty four percent are male. And they say that they're starting to see based on surveys that they done more risky behavior. Especially in the age group of eighteen to twenty five so the younger male populations talking about higher rates of sex with multiple partners, higher rates of having sex with new partners without condoms and things like that, that they are saying. May may be the reason behind the rise in this, these STI's and one of the main contributors to that being what they say is potentially dating apps is actually a one of the reasons that they may be seeing more non counters in these kinds of things. This is an age group of people who simply weren't alive to hear the safe sex message that was, you know, made very, very clear in the immediate. Wake of the aids crisis of the eighties. Yeah, exactly, it actually a part of that, too. And part of this report did talk about HIV being still, obviously, a concern in the military, and that, that there may be members of the military, you don't realize that there are their fellow colleagues and fellow service members who may have HIV now rates of HIV infections are steady between between twenty twelve in two thousand seventeen the rate remained pretty steady. But the rates of these bacterial infections, which are easier to treat they, they can be used by antibiotics rather than viral infections like HIV HP herpes, these kinds of things, which have all decreased these bacterial infections like gonorrhea. And are on the rise. And that is concerning. ABC news. Correspondent Mark Remillard. Thanks for taking the time to talk with us today. Thank you,
Federal Trade Commission announces major crackdown on robocalls
"App a major operation will be announced this morning to combat pesky robo calls here's reporter mark remillard the f._t._c. is poised to announce operation call it quits which the commission says is a multi-agency crackdown on telemarketers responsible for more than a billion robocalls the f._t._c.'s bureau of consumer protection director andrew smith is set to join indiana's attorney general curtis hill to announce details on the operation
"mark remillard" Discussed on KOMO
"Sea ABC's, Mark Remillard, joins us on the KOMO news line. And that was close. When you watch. Video do we know what led up to this near collision? Well, you have the finger pointing, essentially, you have the Russian navy, which is essentially saying that the US cruiser. Changed course very quickly which forced the Russian destroyer to maneuver and avoid collision. Then you have the US navy which says that they were on a steady course, and it was the Russian destroyer that up and came alongside them. And it was the US cruiser that had to go engine back full to avoid a collision, so you have the finger pointing, however, the video that we have seen. From the US navy does appear to support the US navy's statement because you see the Russian cruiser come up from behind and get very close in. It's pretty incredible. To see these two massive military ships. Get that close how close they were times, potentially within one hundred feet of her or so. And, and then a barely avoid collision Mark. You can't turn a ship on a dime. Certainly tell us a little more about how they, they avoid each other. They went full of stern and what else do they have to do? Well, obviously would take the, the maneuvering to we, we've seen the video the American ship, as you mentioned. They're going engine pull back to, to, to slow down and maneuver to what appear, it was the ship's left in the Russian ship making a move to the right to avoid the collision. It's not clear. Obviously how this, this really came to be an mentioned. You have that big pointing, but it does seem from some of the military analysts and then commentator. There's a we've spoken to that it could be related to the fact that the Chinese president Xi Jinping is meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin today, that this may have been a show of force, or muscle flex, by the Russian navy to show its support for China and its dominance in the South China Sea this occurred in the Philippine sea, very close to the South China Sea, and that's an area that is contested in the US constantly, send ships through so potentially that was Russia, showing its support for China and the acting Defense Secretary, none, too happy with this, calling the behavior unsafe and unprofessional. Yeah, absolutely put a lot of people in danger. No question to ships of this magnitude running into each other could have been pretty catastrophic. And now this is something that has occurred quite often with regularity between the US in Russian military. But optin it's in the sky. It's, it's planes, intercepting each other just last week. There was a US military plane in minute Mediterranean. That was intercepted by a Russian fighter, so. We often see this kind of interceptions and shadowing of, of each other's military forces in the sky. But it's rare to see it in a naval. Is setting. And then also with two ships of this size in getting just that close. That was as the US navy says it's extremely dangerous and reckless. And they say they're going to file a formal complaint with the international oversight board that looks at maritime, you know, ships and making sure that they don't collide with each other. They're going to file a formal complaint. And you've got to wonder what could happen because there were powerful guns on board. And missiles. Yeah, of course, and there's that Al PSE provocation between two countries who are world superpowers that at the present time, our two countries that have relations in some of the lowest levels, we've seen in, in decades between the US and Russia, our relations are very cold between them and then you have, and this is where the whole Chinese you comes in China and Russia or not the greatest of, of allies to each other. However, they do see the US as a as a mutual, though. And especially and this is where you. Start to see the possible connection between the Russian support a China in the South China Sea, in that possibility of why does occurred ABC's Mark Remillard. Thank you, Mark. Komo news time six forty and time for a check on the Harley exterior sports desk with komo's Bill Swartz. Mariners are in southern California with payback in mind Bill. I pinch is twenty seven minutes away in Anaheim. The Mariners have a rematch against the angels. 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"mark remillard" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Deadliest climbing season on record is a multitude of factors. But one of the key issues is you had a very short window of time in, which people could reach the summit just due to weather conditions. But on top of that, what we're hearing is just an overcrowding. Thing of inexperienced climbers on the mountain it's become something that is more popular, not just among westerners now to do, but also Indian climbers, Chinese climbers, who may not be as experienced we're seeing more inexperienced climbers, on the mountain and the Nepalese government has issued three hundred eighty one permits this year, which is a record number of permits, and it's not just three hundred and Eighty-one people. They get to go. Each person has a sherpa who guides them. So you're almost doubling the number of people on the mountain right there. And we'll have to cut off Mark Remillard, because we have more on that national weather service flash flood warning. Following County, California. In sacramento. Flood warnings campfire Bernie central. Store. Thinking to hire enough to free food. Our? Concern. County. Streams. Areas. Likely. Around these areas. The latest from the national weather service in Sacramento. We'll stay on top of that for you. In the meantime, we are going to get back to our traffic and weather in business. We start in the traffic center, we're Dana has Jefferson and associates lawn. Talk about here, eastbound cap city, the splint inelegant about thirteen to fourteen minutes, very heavy.
Julian Assange too ill to appear in court via video link, lawyers say
"Accord hearing is set in London for WikiLeaks, founder, Julian Assange, ABC's, Mark Remillard, reports, Assange will appear in Westminster magistrate's court in London via video link as the court holds and. Extradition hearing over the United States is request that he'd be brought here to face charges that he violated the espionage act, the Sanjay's legal team had asked for a postponement citing health concerns. But that was rejected. Separately Assange is facing another extradition request by Sweden stemming from a nearly decade, old rape investigation. He's also been sentenced to fifty weeks in prison by UK ethnicities for breach of
Trump Threatens China With More Tariffs Ahead of Final Trade Talks
"Comes as China has backtracked on some of their previous agreements during negotiations of a new trade deal. It's a remarkable shift from just a few weeks ago when talks between China and the US appeared to be on track for a deal to end, the costly, trade war, Mark Remillard, New York. President Trump set to meet with Chinese officials at the White House. Tomorrow local expert tells us he thinks. The president is threatening more tariffs on China as an ago, she aiding strategy paying attention to the Trump administration is not exactly out of character on Snaith is director of the institute for economic forecasting at UCF. He tells me the president talked extremes with North Korea and pulling out of NAFTA. And in the end both cases probably an improvement over the situation that preceded. And when I asked him if raising tariffs would need, you pay more for certain goods. Yeah. That's a possibility. But it's not always clear cut. Eight says it varies from one product to the next sometimes companies can absorb all the cost increases. Sometimes it's passed onto the consumer either way state says we haven't seen any large-scale price impacts from the tariffs. The Trump administration already imposed
Kids II recalls 700,000 sleeping rockers after infant deaths
"The consumer product safety. Commission's recalling more infants sleepers over concerns. They kids could suffocate ABC's. Mark Remillard reports the CPS issues. A recall for approximately six hundred ninety four thousand kids to rocking sleepers over concerns that infants can roll over on their stomach while unrestrained and suffocate. The agency says since two thousand twelve five deaths have occurred in the rockers all thirty-six models of the kids to rocker sleepers are affected. It follows a recall earlier this month of four point seven million Fisher Price Rockin play sleepers over similar
"mark remillard" Discussed on KOMO
"ABC news. Correspondent Mark Remillard has drilled through the numbers and joins us on the KOMO Newsline. Help us understand this. Mark put it in perspective, and how good is this? Yeah. It's bounced back. No question from late twenty eighteen when we had a government shutdown. We had forecasts of weak global growth and many other headwinds for the economy, and here we are out of the first quarter now with a three point two percent growth, and that's very positive number. And it's a positive. Welcome number certainly, President Trump who says he wants to see the economy growing over three percent. And here we are. Now, the caveat to this is that there may be some some of these things that propped up the economy may be temporary. For example, a lot of them a lot of what seemed to prop up the country was trade related and many businesses could have boosted imports head of a possible tariffs hike that we're supposed to. Happen on March. First at President Trump decided not to do. So perhaps it was more buying up in more stocking of inventory that would GDP in anticipation of that that we may not the second quarter because there is no sign that we're expecting more tariffs, and there's been progress in trade talks with China. So anyone's guess, obviously, we'll see going forward, but certainly a positive sign and consumer spending remains good and sodas the consumer sentiment. You talked about those headwinds mar gained. It was interesting that this buck that trend is through analysts off they thought that there was too much stacked against the the economy to grow as much as it did. Yeah. It would seem that way. You know, we had a lot of forecasts about slowing foreign economies certainly being an issue. And the fed has signaled that it was willing to hold off on rising interest rates, and some of it's portfolio reduction which could signal the fact that they don't see the economy growing, quite quite the same rate that it was and then you look at even February, for example, jobs report was like twenty thousand jobs or something it came in vastly underwent analysts expectation expected. Now, it appears that it bounced back in March and so those were all positive turnaround. So those are all those are all good things. And then when you talk about glowing slowing global economies there's been a lot of economic stimulus lately Europe has introduced some stimulus packages Japan. The same thing China has cut taxes and loosened its credit to to to help some monetary spur the spur their economy. So there's been some positive signs there. But it is expected to continue to slow and we'll see obviously what happens in the spring. But again, unemployment marines, really well and it could play sodas in play. And so those are good signs at least for consumers and same with rising wages to those are another positive sign for consumers. Speaking of money big bucks today for former vice president Joe Biden, Mark, I know you've been covering this as well his campaign. That's a lot of people that he was going to be able to raise what six point three million in the first twenty four hours. Yeah. That's right. It was expected that he might have some fundraising problems. So you know, I can't seem to be a little surprising to me considering who he is vice president entering the race yesterday at the top of many national polls, and and even in Iowa poll, and so it would seem to me that his prospect for fundraising are good. And now we have some numbers to back that up in the first twenty four hours six point three million dollars that tops the twenty four hours after Bernie Sanders announced where he raised five point nine. And when Abed Aurora who is also known as very good fundraiser for graphs coot grassroots kind of candidate he raised I think it was six point one. If I'm not mistaken, so Biden with the top number there in terms of twenty four hour financing. However, he's got you know, they have quite a head start on him in the total amount of money because they've been in the rates a lot longer. But as we all know, there's a long way to go to go ABC's, Mark Remillard, thanks mart. Komo news time six twenty onto the KOMO propel insurance money update in Jim TISCO with the numbers. Stocks gained strength in the final hour of the Friday session.
"mark remillard" Discussed on KOMO
"Weeks. Mark Remillard, ABC news, light rain continues to move through the Puget Sound area. We'll get the latest on your forecast coming right up. I though KOMO AAA traffic every ten minutes on the fours. How are we doing marina bunching up quite a bit? Southbound I five out of Federal Way to five to fifty four th southbound one six seven really difficult to from about highway eighteen past Ellington, northbound I five in Tacoma is heavy right at city center. Taking a look at JBL M kind of the south end of JV elements where that's a struggle northbound I five from two points. Oakham road into JBL. We have at tough southbound four zero five in Bellevue where it is solid from five twenty down to one hundred twelve th avenue northeast northbound four zero five in the Tacoma area is going to be heavy up to Talbot. Southbound I five slow from mid Boeing field through the Duwamish curves all the way down to two hundred northbound I five heavy from Albro to I ninety tough again from five twenty two Lake City way. And then it really becomes a slow go from Northgate all the way up through Mountlake terrace. Northbound four zero five on the east side is struggling from five twenty up to totem lake and effort, that's a tough one to north on. I five from the Boeing freeway through an past highway two almost up to that first exit in Marysville. Your next KOMO traffic at four twenty four. Okay. Here's the forecast as we do have some light bands of showers moving through all afternoon, and you get a break from it. Then the next one comes in. We're looking at some of the light rain over the south portion of the Olympic mountains that'll be hitting us and maybe an hour or so so that the light rain is ended where you are get ready for another round here pretty quickly. Tonight's low about forty eight to fifty tomorrow, mostly cloudy. Chance of showers, maybe even some sun breaks sixty for the high in Everett now, light rain and fifty Tacoma narrows airport forty nine and in downtown Seattle here that Seattle center. Fifty one light rain. Stay connected. Stay informed. Seattle's only twenty four hour news station. Komo news..
CDC, Listeria And Mark Remillard discussed on Atlanta's Morning News
"Ill. The CDC warns a deadly multi-state listeria outbreak can be traced to deli meat agency says it's currently investigating the outbreak. And it's believed to be linked to meats cheeses sliced deli counters where they have not been able to identify a single common supplier BBC's Mark Remillard says for now the onus is are concentrated in states to our north. The CDC is not suggesting you stop eating deli meat but tells retailers to keep the deli slice
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"The United States sealed indictment related to those WikiLeaks. Release of classified information. Assange lawyer has already said he was arrested for that extradition. Request of the big question. Now will he be sent to the US the British? Of course, do have an extradition treaty with the US, but one big question that they will wrestle with is the death penalty. The US has the death penalty, the British do not it will be a matter decided in court, whether they believe that he would be subject to the death penalty if he were sent to the US and that could George be a barrier to his extradition NASA. Publishing the results of its landmark twin study looking into how extended spaceflights affect the human body ABC's. Mark Remillard reports there's been no other study like it NASA comparing the effects of long term spaceflight on astronaut Scott Kelly's body to his identical. Twin brother Mark Kelly here on earth who says the study could be important for future. Flights to Mars participation in. This study will help us get closer to making a mission like that a success. The study took place between twenty fifteen in two thousand sixteen is now retired astronaut Scott Kelly spent three hundred forty days in space aboard the international space station while his twin? Former astronaut Mark Kelly provided a baseline survey shin here on earth. Dr Steven Platz with Nasr's human research program says the study showed the remarkable resilience of the human body. We we train we do everything here. When we go into experience microgravity and speed like seventeen thousand five hundred miles an hour and continue to function and. Extremely well. One key finding the study was a change in the composition of Scott Kelly's gut bacteria during spaceflight which return to normal once back on earth that finding could help scientists find ways to protect astronauts metabolism and immunity while on longer term flights and a surprising discovery involves Scott Kelly's t- Lumieres. These are biomarkers of aging at the end of chromosomes that shorten with age. Professor. Susan Bailey with Colorado state university says Kelly's telomeres actually lengthened in space. And he before. True that when when Scott returned to earth, his every shorten very rapidly. And then over the course of the next six to nine month really did stabilize to to near where he started. I'm Mark Remillard, ABC.
California wildfires: Seeking solutions to a wicked problem
"California. This morning is finding itself in a catch twenty two when it comes to wildfires ABC's Mark Remillard reports has California's home to nearly forty million people in its development spreads into once wild regions. The state is seeing expanded risks and costs from wildfires. But while there is growing agreement that the. The state must step up its forest management. California's strict environmental policies make that difficult. The Associated Press reports Cal fire and the state's board of forestry estimate. Twenty three million acres could benefit from fuel reduction before his treatment projects must obtain approval under the state's environmental quality act and fire officials say that review process is costly and can take
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"Time to go to ABC news now at the very latest update on the Rini pits and situation here for Mark. Remillard, ABC news, Mark, what is the latest while we know that this twenty three year old man is, unfortunately, not any pits in and he will be charged or has been charged with a federal crime of lying after they say that he told them that he was committee pits in and that he had been held captive in a hotel most recently, but held captive by two men for the last seven years, obviously, he's quite a bit older in reality than Timothy pits in would actually be he would be about thirteen or fourteen years old this point this person twenty three twenty four years old. So at this point he's facing a charge of lying to the line to federal investigators and he'll have a hearing next Tuesday. And he's being held currently without bond hers brother came out and said he he's done this before. Or and you know, kind of thing, you know, just does stuff. That's just totally off the wall. I'm trying to figure out why usually there's like a monetary reason or something, but like I can't figure out why. Or how posing is lost kid gets you money your family. How how is he going to monetize? This makes no sense to me. Yeah. We don't know if money was the motive in this, perhaps it was attention, perhaps it was just some other bizarre reason, we don't know his brother as you mentioned did say that he claims that Brian has at burgers, bipolar disorder ADHD. And according to him the list goes on says he's been doing stupid stuff as long as I can remember. So that's a direct quote there from his brother we know that Bryant has a history of convictions. He had actually recently been released on probation for serving about a year for a burglar in vandalism charge. So he's got a prior convictions. And then we understand from the federal law enforcement that he had pre twice previously claimed to be a victim of child sex trafficking. And so whether or not this is just something that he chooses to claim or for whatever reason, we don't really know yet. Maybe we'll learn more at the court hearings. Go on. The we we don't know why he apparently decided that he would pretend to be Timothy pitch. And we know that he it seems that he may have seen twenty twenty. What I read about this yet? There was a recent airing of that case. And so perhaps because he was in the area because he was from Ohio. He's not too far from Aurora Illinois, you know, whether or not he thought maybe I could play this off is being Nino Timothy apparently he thought so and what was interesting was when he said that he was Timothy they took him to the hospital because he had also complained of stomach problems in while. He was there this. He refused to get fingerprinted and that apparently raised some red flags the law enforcement. However, he decided that he would give them a DNA sample, then they came back, and they said, you know, that that lying to federal investigators once they started to realize that these not Timothy he said, you know, enforcement said, you know, lying to investigators is a is a crime, and he doubled down allegedly and said, no, I am committee pits, and then they showed him the DNA. And that's when he said that he was not too. Yeah. Exactly it became clear. So at this point, they said he faith in charge of line. Investigators that could carry up to eight years in jail. I I guess I don't know if we'll ever know. But what makes you think you're going to be able to fool a DNA didn't think? All right. And then you get. Bomb perhaps he thought didn't think that maybe they had something to compare it to, but they do have a sample of DNA from Timothy Pinson pits DNA placed into the Cota system and all the other national databases as they've served for you know, what is it eight years now for him in and hope to find him in that's one way to maybe they'll get maybe they'll get a hit one day. So at this point, obviously, they do have committees DNA to compare it to and and they turn this around pretty quickly. It was only on Wednesday that they you know, that he made this claim in here he is Friday in federal custody. Are they looking anybody else, Mark? I always wondered like the woman who said that he came to her. I look at everybody kind of thing are they looking at if he has any accomplices are they pretty sure this is just a kind of a drain guy who is trying to for whatever reason pass themselves off as someone else. Investigators haven't said that they're looking at anybody else as far as I'm aware. You know, he was wandering alone in the streets when he was found and seemed distress, and that's what prompted you know, them to the to talk to him. And then that twenty made the claim as far as we know in certainly at this point beyond that, no one has been charged with anything else. So right now, it appears focused on Brian himself. Now, whether that may change that could certainly change as they continue to investigate and then maybe determine why he did this or perhaps there was a financial reason we we have no idea. All right with that. Mark Remillard will let you go. Thank you. Thanks so much, Nick smart. So whatever man there's a special place in hell for this guy. I mean do do that to the family. I agree. But what do you do for has Asperger's and all that sort of? I mean. Society, you know. Lock them up in so much. For nothing else. Again, if not for him, and the example firm believer punishment is about setting the example, deter someone else from doing this again, you let him slap on the wrist and on the big deal. Then someone else tries to tries to do this stuff. And Rex another family. Coming up. We're going to be talking to our good friend John matterease as it is for day. But now traffic.
Can Apple Card really disrupt the credit card market?
"Wallet. Apple's latest piece of hardware is a cashback rewards card. Made of laser etched titanium the physical apple card works alongside a digital card. Located in the apple wallet ABC's, Mark Remillard says this could be an attempt to lure customers away from other money transfer apps. Perhaps that's part of the thinking here with the more services and to steal some people away from van MO but to also offer a credit card in which people can make purchases right there track. Their spending see their rewards all in one place the card gives you two percent cashback on all purchases, which is lower than some other similar cards currently on the market where this competes in the credit card space that will depend because you have companies like discover it card, which is a cashback card no fee, but it has five percent cashback applecart also gives users their cash back daily. Instead of at the end of each
"mark remillard" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Crashes ABC's Mark Remillard, says the head of the FAA faces a Senate subcommittee in written testimony released ahead of today's hearing FAA acting administrator Dan L, well is expected to defend his agency's impartiality in its certification of planes following reports at the agency may have delegated some of its duties to Boeing in his testimony L well defense a certification process of the max planes, saying it took five years and included nearly three hundred test flights some of which included the anti stall system currently under scrutiny. Mark Remillard, ABC news. This is David curly in Renton Washington. I'm standing in front of a Boeing seven thirty-seven max at has come off the assembly line. This is where Boeing builds them. And today, the company will try to resell this jet to two hundred airlines and customers after those two deadly crashes. The customers coming to get an update on. On the software upgrade that Boeing has made for this aircraft. That software upgrade designed to deal with the problems blamed in one of the crashes in Chicago after charges were dropped against actor jussie smollet. Nobody can make sense of this is a head scratcher. That's mayor Rahm Emanuel today to ABC news. Prosecutors dropped the charges despite saying they still think that smell at lied about being attacked. This is his lawyer Tina Glendon, we're ready to move forward. We appeared in court, we pled not guilty. We were ready to fight the charges, and they're the ones who voluntarily discontinue this matter. So I think that speaks volumes admitted Neo Nazi James fields convicted for ramming his car into a crowd of protesters in Charlottesville will be in court today. He's expected to change his not guilty plea on federal hate crimes charges to a guilty plea. The US trade crap is shrinking the Commerce Department says it pulled back fifteen percent in January to just over fifty one billion. You're listening to ABC news. The so-called green new deal is going nowhere in the Senate have procedural. Vote on the climate change plan failed yesterday. Even though it is not even a Bill Texas Republican Senator John Cornyn said the deal would cripple the country's red hot economy because if implemented the new green deal would wipe out most of this prosperity. It would cut job growth it would dramatically increase taxes. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell wanted to get democratic votes on the record about the controversial proposal. But most Democrats voted present the vote was zero to fifty seven with forty-three present votes. Vice President Mike Pence is telling NASA to put Americans on the moon again within the next five years. The United States has always been.
Boeing Releases Software Updates to Fix Anti-Stall System
"Mark Remillard with more working to complete a software. Updated says, we'll address an issue with the company's planes. It may have led to the crashes of a lion air flight last year and this month's Ethiopian Airlines flight. Reports indicated system that pushes the plane's nose down. When it detects a stall was found to be more aggressive than originally thought. Former marine pilot Steve Ganor, if Boeing did not understand how much force this new automated system was putting into the stick until they tested and simulator. That's a real black
"mark remillard" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"From ABC news. I'm Mark Remillard, no collusion. President Trump reacting to word that special counsel. Robert Muller has found no evidence that Mr. Trump nor any of his associates colluded with Russia to influence the election. There was no collusion with Russia. The most ridiculous thing I've ever heard. There was no collusion with Russia. The president speaking there before he departed on from Florida on Air Force One. The special counsel's conclusion was revealed in a letter to congress from attorney general William bar outlining Muller's principal conclusions from his nearly two year long Russia investigation ABC's chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas with more each indictment. We never had a case where Muller brought before court and accused any American any one associated with Trump would directly conspiring with the Russians, and I was speaking with sources about that. And one of the things that some sources said is that look we never could find that the Russians ever actually put anything in the hands. Of Trump campaign officials, but on the issue of obstruction of Justice bars letter says the special counsel did not make a determination ABC's chief legal analyst, Dan Abrahams. A special counsel stated that while. This report does not conclude the president committed a crime it also does not exonerate him ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. With more on that all of the special counsel did not make a determination either exonerating or finding the president guilty of obstruction as far as rod Rosenstein vilified by many of the president's closest allies. He and the attorney general I've concluded that even if you were to look at a sitting president somebody who could be indicted there simply is not the evidence to charge him with obstruction of Justice Democrats, including house speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer have called for Muller's full report and the underlying evidence to be released. House Judiciary committee chairman Jerrold Nadler says he intends to call to testify quote in the near future. You're listening to ABC news.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft offered plea deal in prostitution case
"Florida. Prosecutors are offering a plea deal the billionaire New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, ABC's, Mark Remillard, says he may not like it. The Palm Beach state attorney's office has offered craft and twenty four other men caught up in a prostitution sting, a standard diversion program offered to first time offenders authorities say the deal will require them to perform community service attend a class on the dangers of prostitution and pay a five thousand dollar fine per count and in exchange charges of misdemeanor. Solicitation of prostitution will be dropped craft was charged with two
"mark remillard" Discussed on KOMO
"To bear on the Maduro regime. We hope for a peaceful transition to democracy. The US recognizes Guido as the legitimate leader of Venezuela. Pence called the Madero a tyrant and said, he must step aside with more on this. We say Hello to ABC's. Mark Remillard who joins us on the KOMO Newsline. And Mark this situation appears to become becoming even more serious. More violent multiple deaths over the weekend. Yeah. That's right, essentially, the opposition leader, and the and the person that the US desert says they believe is the rightful leader of the country, one Guido attempted to get humanitarian aid from the US, which has been essentially held up on the Colombian Venezuelan border some for more than a week or so now because the contested President Nicolas Maduro has not let that aid into the country, and so one Guido and and other supporters and opposition movement members attempted to bring that in there were clashes between civilians protesters and the military, and and so there were injuries or deaths. The violence really took an escalation over the weekend. And with that the Trump administration has responded now levying sanctions against four border governors, essentially, a border state governors within Venezuela. Working to try and affected their pocketbook. They've put more sanctions on the countries state run oil company, which is the main way that the material regime gets their funds and money from. So the US is trying to really hit the pocket book Madero in an attempt to force him out of power. Retired four-star General Barry McCaffrey has talked to us about the possible threats that could be taken on Guido's life. He said this is a very dangerous situation for him. But he really sort of pushed the limits this weekend. Didn't he by going to Columbia when he was under a travel ban? Yeah. Absolutely. There's no question that he might be facing security risks being an opposition leader in the first place. But one who also says that he is the rightful president, or at least the interim president certainly he faces. Potential security risks as a result of that. And so there was a risk there. And and so that movement by him, you know, he took that in his own hands certainly and as well as his supporters who decided to attempt to challenge a military blockade, essentially, and but you know, when we're talking about the use of violence. Here's certainly the President Trump and vice president Pence have said that they would like to see a peaceful transition, and peaceful resolution to this and see Guido or Madero excuse me, step aside and allow glide oh to take over the US is trying to get allies behind that decision as well. In South America. And is lacrosse the world to recognize Guido is a leader. And these sanctions, certainly the Trump administration hopes will avoid any further escalation of violence, and certainly the need for violence. Maybe even by the US, which vice President Mike Pence has said is obviously up to the president ABC's. Mark remillod. Reynold art on the turmoil in Venezuela. Thank.
Former U.S. Cardinal Theodore McCarrick defrocked over sexual abuse
"Mark Remillard. The Vatican has moved to defrock former cardinal Theodore McCarrick, the former archbishop of Washington DC over sexual abuse. Gerard O'Connell Vatican. Correspondent for American magazine says it's a landmark decision you have to go back centuries. Somebody told me to the council of Trent that's almost five hundred years ago. For a similar situation. Where cardinal a former cardinal
"El Chapo" guilty: Notorious drug lord convicted by U.S. jury
"Or less the notorious drug Lord known as El Chapo found guilty in federal court in New York. We got the latest for Mark Remillard with ABC news. The jury finding Guzman guilty on all counts. ABC's Aaron Katersky has more from New York. The jury in Brooklyn federal court convicted Joaquin Guzman on all ten county faced he was charged with running a continuing criminal enterprise as the leader of the Sinoloa cartel. A position he used to smuggle at least two hundred tons of cocaine into the United States. Witnesses described schilling violence Guzman unleashed on rivals. And the paranoia of a man who lived constantly on the run. Jurors heard of narrow naked escaped through tunnels and of the electronics. He used to spy on mistresses. And his wife Guzman now faces life in prison Aaron Katersky, ABC news, New York that Jerry had to consider those ten counts against Guzman. But we're asked to make Fifty-three decisions about whether prosecutors had proven various elements of those crimes, El Chapo, also faces charges here in Chicago, though, it's unclear if he'll ever be tried here. He was dubbed public enemy number one by the Chicago crime
U.S. charges Chinese telecom giant with fraud
"In which they say, the department of Justice says that while way was involved in stealing trade secrets from T mobile specifically, they were interested in a robot named capi which is used by t mobile tests, their cell phones, they say that employees of way were involved in taking photos of that robot measurements even stealing parts of the robot. So that they could then replicate that on their own end without obviously having to go through the same kind of research and development. So it saves them time. And so they say that they are allegedly stole that than the other indictments came out of New York and involves the company allegedly going around. US sanctions on Iran by using basically shell companies essentially to continue using American financial systems being able to continue to conduct business in Iran. So these are very serious charges market is the US is seeking extradition of the wall way executive who I believe is currently in Vancouver BC is that part of this story. Yeah. That's the second indictment. So the second diamond names wall way names US affiliate, but it also names a company called sky com which way claims to have sold off. And this was this kind of alleged shell company that they were using to conduct business in Iran with, but it also names the CFO monologue show is her name and she was arrested in Canada in December. She's been released on bail. But now the US is trying to extradite her. And they say that although they have not filed a formal extradition request yet that is due by the thirtieth that they will do that. And they will sink. Seek to bring her to the US and face charges and commerce secretary. We'll barrages accusing China basically of breaking export laws US export laws for years now. Yeah, they say this goes back a long way, they say, so the the issue with T mobile goes back to two thousand twelve to twenty fourteen in which is when they were believing that they were attempting to steal this information about the robot from from T mobile, but then the issue with buzz circumventing allegedly circumventing US sanctions, and and continuing to conduct business and mislead banks all the other things that are charged with that goes back to as early as two thousand seven so they the the US from the commerce secretary Wilbur Ross acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker at the FBI director. They had some very stern words for how they feel that this company has been conducting business not only in what they say has been violation of US law, but just international business practices. They say that they've been violating those for a very long time ABC's Mark Remillard good enough to. Join us from New York, Mark. Thanks so much. Komo news time four twenty. Now. Your propel insurance money
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"Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news. Here's your KOMO propel insurance money update. Wednesday started off strong lost its footing. Then turn back around. The Dow Jones gaining one hundred seventy one points, the SMP climbed five and the NASDAQ edged up five is well consumer product makers rose led by Procter and gamble after the company reported strong results for its latest quarter tech companies also rose, but there were some sore spots. Facebook lost two point two percent in Twitter lost just shy of four percent. Most other SNP sectors rose while energy companies fell as the price of crude oil slipped. Mark Remillard, ABC news, New York. A new study on babies bads and breastfeeding ABC Sherry Preston. With more on how they're all connected. I things delivery teams do when a baby is born give her a bath. But why that's what doctors and some new moms wanted to now. So researchers at the Cleveland Clinic started studying the practice, and what they found is that when teams waited at least twelve hours before bathing a new baby the baby was a lot more likely to breastfeed while in the hospital. The reason could be the babies are born with a waxy coating called which acts like a layer of warmth and protects the skin a bath wash. Is this off could also be most babies and new moms crave skin-to-skin contact which also encourages breastfeeding, Cheri Preston ABC news. If a prison inmate commits murder while already serving life without parole. What's the penalty? That's what a state lawmaker wants to know as he proposes reviving the death penalty for murder behind bars. State Senator Keith Wagner says Byron Scherf is exhibit number one. Sure was on death row for the twenty eleven aggravated murder of corrections. Officer Jamie Bendall as sheriff's own attorney told the court surface admitted that he killed miss Bendel. It's a question of whether this was something that he planned to do the court found the crime was indeed premeditated. But last fall the state supreme court declared the death penalty unconstitutional and commuted all death row sentences to life in prison now Wagner, Republican from cedar Willie is sponsoring a Bill to reinstate the death penalty in cases, like sheriffs Wagner, Chelsea Everett herald, there must be consequences for incarcerated individuals who commit murder street. Senator Jamie Peterson stands in the way, he's chair of the Senate law and Justice committee. He says. Bill will not receive a hearing. Peterson tells the herald, quote, I don't have any interest in trying to reinstitute the death penalty. Corwin hake. Komo news..
"mark remillard" Discussed on WTVN
"I'm Mark Remillard, the longest government shutdown in US history continues its day twenty two and there's no end in sight as both Republicans and Democrats dig in on the fight over funding for a border wall. ABC's? Lana Zak reports from Capitol Hill, President Trump seems to be backing away from a plan to declare a national emergency that would bypass congress and build a wall with disaster relief funds. I'd rather not do it because this is something that congress should easily do. Nations between the president and congress are completely broken down. And many federal workers say they are now beyond frustrated while on his act ABC news, Capitol Hill. Three unions are now suing the Trump administration over the shutdown. The latest being the air traffic controllers association. They say it's legal for the government to require workers to continue working without being paid. The White House pushing back on reports at the FBI had investigated, whether the president was a national security threat following the firing of former FBI director James Comey. The Whitehouse calling the New York Times report quote absurd. In a statement press secretary Sarah Sanders says quote James Comey was fired because he's a disgraced partisan hack and his deputy Andrew McCabe who was in charge. At the time is a known liar fired by the FBI in a series of tweets. The president criticized former FBI leaders quote corrupt for opening an investigation into potential collusion with Russia. Meredith McGrath ABC news Washington after an eighty eight days. Search thirteen year old Jamie clause back home for the. First time in three months. Thirteen year old Jamie clause is waking.
"mark remillard" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"From ABC news. I'm Mark Remillard. We're learning. More about a meeting between top Trump administration officials and congressional staffers as they were to reach a deal to reopen. The government ABC's Karen Travers with more from Washington. The White House says it will provide Saturday night or Sunday, the information Democrats have asked for in order for another discussion to take place on ending the partial government shutdown. Democrats say they will only meet again on Sunday. If the administration provides updated information on what exactly it once in terms of funding for border security, what it will be used for and what would be cut to make it fit into the d h s budget. A democratic source tells ABC this information is critical because they say the White House has been quote all over the map on the numbers. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. Russian officials brushing off speculation that an American citizen being held on suspicion of spying could be released in a prisoner. Swap almost as soon as pool wheelin was arrested on spying charges. There's been speculation Russia might want to exchange him for a Russian held in America. Some of suggests. The former marine could be traded for Maria, boots and other Russian gun rights activists who pleaded guilty to acting as a foreign agent in the US last month for Russia's deputy foreign minister Sergei Ryabov on Saturday told state media it was impossible to discuss any prisoner exchange when we has not even been formerly charged yet passionate regal ABC news Moscow. Authorities in Houston are asking for the public's help in finding a gunman who they say killed a seven year old girl and a drive by shooting at a rally for jasmine Barnes. Her mother LA Porsche, Washington was who was also wounded in the shooting says. No.