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"mary alice" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Along with whatever is in the air already. Well now we are shooting these things down and by the way, like it's gonna get pretty expensive if we're throwing missiles from F-22 is at everything we happen to see in the sky. If indeed, the stuff is just always up there all the time. Mary Alice parks at The White House. Thanks so much. Thanks, Brad. Northwest news time three 50 time for your stock charts dot com money update from rob Smith at Seattle business magazine. Kroger and Albertsons have reportedly said they will sell stores in Seattle and other markets in response to antitrust concerns. Up to 300 stores could be sold, mainly in Seattle, Portland, Chicago, Phoenix, and Southern California, because the companies both have many stores in those markets. Microsoft has laid off another 617 employees in the Seattle area, starting April 10. The company previously said it would lay off almost 900 employees here, and last month said it would cut 10,000 total jobs by the end of March, or about four and a half percent of its total workforce. The Dow gained 376 points to close at 34,245. NASDAQ rose one 73 and the S&P 500 gained almost 47. This is rob Smith with northwest news radio. With progressive's name your price tool, you can find options that fit your budget. Because giving you options is the right thing to do. Oh yeah, like when I hold the door for someone. Sure, it may be weird if I don't time it right and they're a little too far away and now they're running. And we're both asking ourselves, is it worth it to run instead of just, you know, letting them open their own door? But still, it's the right thing to do. So get options
"mary alice" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"O'Shea is at the editor's desk and here's what's happening. Three more unknown flying objects shot down by the U.S. Military over the weekend, spread milky spoke with ABC's Mary Alice parks. What is going on? I'm sorry, we're worried about one balloon, and now we're just shooting these things down, left and right. What's happening? It is absolutely remarkable, Brad, just the pace and frequency here. It is very clear that the U.S. has completely escalated how their policing, the skies. I mean, you outlined it three times. The U.S. Military has shot down unidentified objects. In three days, Friday, Saturday, Sunday. One off the coast of Alaska, kind of the northern tip, basically we're talking about icy Arctic waters. One where they worked with the Canadians actually in Canadian airspace, shooting it down in the Yukon, and then we're hearing of this latest one, an object that was detected all the way from Montana going over Wisconsin upper Michigan Peninsula and taken down over the Great Lakes Lake Huron kind of near the Michigan Canadian border. The intelligence community in the military knew about the Chinese balloon about three days before The White House did. And so there's a little bit of we're not going to get fooled again here. Clearly, they are looking at what is going on differently and like you said, they are acting a lot quicker. What are these things? I'm not used to talking about UFOs seriously, but it sounds like we're just being told like unidentified flying objects. What are we talking about? I mean, the real question is we don't know. The Pentagon, The White House, still not confirming it. And that is remarkable when you think about that one that was shot down in Alaska on Friday. They've now had time to get military assets there. I mean, they say that the conditions are really bad. They're talking about snow and sleet and dim conditions. I mean, Arctic conditions. It would not be prudent for me to speculate on the origins of the object at this time. But still, several days now, and they still can't confirm what this was that they shot down. Let alone the other two, no wreckage recovered over the weekend yet that we have updates on. We are at work now, recovering the degree to better understand, certainly the capabilities of the surveillance balloon from the TRC, but also the nature of these unidentified objects. The big question is, could they have been just completely benign? Could they have just been weather balloons up there? Well, 'cause I was gonna say either there's a fleet of these things being released recently or this is just stuff that's always up there. But if this stuff is always up there, Mary Alice, are we just not seeing it? Most of the time, 'cause that seems like a problem. Yeah, I mean, I do think that we're seeing a lot of frustration for members of Congress that maybe we weren't just looking at the sky as closely enough or paying close enough attention. There's clearly a political aspect to this that after that Chinese 5 balloon was just so brazen, what across the whole country was so big had all the technology. I think it clearly put The White House, The Pentagon on a high alert. But we're also told there's kind
"mary alice" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Top local stories coming up, but first it's ABC time 7 30. Search teams had emergency aid from around the world pouring into turkey in Syria following the earthquake that has leveled or damaged more than 9000 buildings, the death toll is sort of above 5000 and is expected to rise even further. President Biden preparing to deliver his second State of the Union address, ABC's Mary Alice parks is in Washington, where Congress is divided and where a deal over the debt ceiling is still being ironed out. This is kind of a prime time preview. You know, I think that we have to look really closely at the language he uses about Republicans. He has to make sure that he doesn't antagonize the Republicans too much there in the chamber. He needs to work with them in the next few months to get this deal done around the debt ceiling. But he also needs to set some sharp contrast, especially if he's essentially going to be launching a campaign. Ohio, governor Mike dewine says it's unclear when people who have been evacuated because of that chemical burn in the town of east Palestinian can return home sensors are being put in place to monitor the air and check the water to make sure it's safe. Sherry Preston, ABC News. News radio 1000 FM 97 7, stay connected, stay informed. Well, thanks for making us a part of your Tuesday morning routine on this February 7th, 2023. At 7 31, we have 46° right now in downtown Seattle. Along with Brian Calvert, I'm manufactured, and here's what's happening. To a First Lady Jill Biden's guest tonight's State of the Union will be from Seattle, Christian or Kristen Christensen is the mother of three and a caregiver to her husband who is medically retired from the navy due to combat related injuries
"mary alice" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Focus on The White House. It's believed President Biden will name Jeff zines as his next chief of staff, replacing Ron klain, who say several sources familiar with the matter will step down in the coming weeks. The timing here is not really that surprising. The White House just met. It's two year mark, a halfway point in this presidency. We're through the midterms. And of course, everyone is expecting that in the next few days and weeks, the president will make his final decision and announcement about whether or not he will seek reelection. So this is exactly the time we would expect some political shakeup. ABC's Mary Alice parks, new ABC News, ipsos polling on mister Biden's handling of classified documents. 34% believe it's appropriate 64% believe it is inappropriate, more think what Donald Trump did was inappropriate, but this is not a good look for Joe Biden. ABC's Martha raddatz. Tomorrow, mister Biden will meet with new members of Congress. Richard kantu, ABC News. It's now four 50 time for the stock charts dot com, money update. After briefly losing momentum last week, the January stock market rally resumed late in the session on Friday, sending the Dow Jones higher by 331 points, 1% in all to a close at 33 three 75. The S&P 500 picked up 1.9% the NASDAQ soared 2.6%. That surge in the NASDAQ came despite lasted encouraging reports out of the tech industry. The Wall Street Journal says companies including meta Microsoft and Google have shelved some of their so called moonshot projects as they cut tens of thousands of jobs. Several of the companies say they're focusing on areas of current growth. Disney's avatar the way of water had another good weekend at the box office becoming the
"mary alice" Discussed on KOMO
"I've done nothing wrong. This will not be a fair investigation. ABC's Mary Alice parks reporting. Will Trump tweet, all eyes are on the former president's Twitter account, no new tweets just old ones on his Twitter page, just hours after his account was reinstated. ABC's Elizabeth schultzy reports from Washington. Musk tweeted a poll asking users if former president Trump should be reinstated with the results showing about 52% said yes, 48% no, he then wrote the people have spoken and within minutes last night, Trump's account was restored. It's Musk's latest controversial move at the helm of Twitter and marks a sharp reversal from his pledge that a content moderation council would make decisions on reinstating accounts ABC's Elizabeth schulz California representative Adam Schiff says Elon Musk letting former president Trump back on Twitter isn't a good decision. I think it's a terrible mistake and you're absolutely right as we showed in the January 6th hearings. The president used that platform to incite that attack on the capitol is comments about the vice president, his own vice president, put Mike Pence's life in danger appearing on ABC's this week, the California Democrat pushed back against the actions of the social media platform's new owner following the results of a community poll. He also pointed out that must contradicted his own promise to establish a council to evaluate the decision. Your stock charts dot com money update on news radio 1000 FM 97 7. Even before recent major cutbacks at Amazon meta and Twitter were announced, layoffs began to pick up across Washington last month. Data released this past week from the Washington state employment security department showed that the state's information technology industry lost about 5900 jobs in October, expect out much higher number 4 November. Several
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"That she was being molested. And I immediately said to her, well, you have to come up with us. And I called my mother and I was like, mommy, and she was like, yeah, she has to come live with us. And so she did. In Stafford, Virginia, Republican, LC Vega trying to unseat democratic congresswoman Abigail spanberger. Our children are looking at us to protect them to be their voice and to be their protectors. I do not co parent what the federal government. Russian installed officials ordering out all citizens from the southern Ukrainian city, her son, because Ukrainian forces are expected to retake that city. On the latest Russian attacks, ABC's Brit clinic and the capital Kyiv. Among the targets hit were energy facilities in Odessa and the south missiles also shot down by air defense here in the capital and her son. There's concern now Russia could blow up a hydroelectric dam at controls there, flooding 80 towns in southern Ukraine. More on the congressional subpoena to former president Trump from ABC's Mary Alice parks. In the rare move, the committee demanding Trump turn over his text messages and call records from January 6th, as well as conversations with lawmakers about the election results and any communications relating to militias, like the Proud Boys and oath keepers who stormed the capitol. The sweeping subpoena also calling for Trump to testify under oath by November 14th. ABC's Mary Alice parks, you're listening to ABC News. From the wi O, 24 hour traffic center. Look for slow eastbound traffic on the dolphin expressway approaching I 95. Southbound 95 approaching downtown Miami under speed as well. 95 southbound passing Ives dairy road also typical delays. Be on the lookout for a Broward county accident blocking two right lanes at sample road traveling southbound on I 95. I'm Zach wagon use radio 6 ten W IOD. Where we subscribe on the Saturday wounds will continue out of the north and northeast with
"mary alice" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"Gonna say. I love that. Wow. It's one of the best things I've heard in weeks, if not months, so that was a great pick. Thank you. The rippling percussion too. Yeah, yeah, good stuff. I'm into that track, big time. Alex claiborne, producer of excellence and long-term duty to sound opinions. Once in a while, Alex, you come on the show and blow our minds with something really cool. You tend to be a more pop than the rest of us, I would say. And you have not disappointed once again. What do you got for us? Thank you, Greg, for that lovely introduction. So the artists, you need Alex to do something for you or what I'm going to ask her let me be asking her for money after she makes it. Sometimes I'm a little square and I kind of stick to the same stuff, but my artist today that I want to highlight is named C map. Sierra, Mary Alice Thompson, from Dublin, Ireland. She's 26 years old and she's kind of a blend of folk pop country and she described her musical style as a mashup of Dolly Parton. "Weird Al" Yankovic and Katy Perry. And I was like, oh my God. You know what? I can kind of hear elements of all of those things in the song that I am going to play from her today. I heard the Dolly Parton and I know you love Dolly. Someday we're going to succeed in getting dogs. Just to make Alex's time with us worthwhile. But also, I did not hear the doublet. Right, you can hear it in the song that I'm going to play. She says like three, two, one. And you can hear it in only that section. So the song that I'm going to play is I want to be a cowboy baby exclamation point. And it's from her debut album. If my wife knew I'd be dead, but knew was spelled any W, she's weird. And I like that. And so the song is super catchy. It's lyrically very interesting. She's really good at painting a picture. And this is what she said about the song, which I connected to a lot in a lot of ways. It's mainly about urban isolation about having all of the freedom and resources to do whatever you want, but still choosing to do nothing out of a deeply embedded social anxiety and detachment from your own emotions. I was like, girl. She has a line. My style icon is the Wolverine between each finger lies the key to getting home without a buckaroo. So not only is she kind of like painting this picture, but also she's invoking pop culture icon Wolverine like what? But I found this song and I greatly
"mary alice" Discussed on KOMO
"Much overnight, mainly low to mid 60s to start those days. From the combo four weather center, a meteorologist, Rebecca Stevenson. Stay connected, stay informed, this is northwest news radio 1000 FM 97 7. The reverberations from the FBI's raid on Donald Trump's residence still ringing out this weekend, a federal judge saying she will yield to the Trump team's request for a special master to oversee the document sees for Mar-a-Lago. Here's ABC's Mary Alice parks at the Justice Department for the latest. A federal judge in Florida scheduling a hearing around former president Trump's request for a court appointed special master, an outside expert to review the evidence FBI agents seized at Mar-a-Lago earlier this month. They're asking for a special master because of this idea they have of things being subject to executive privilege. It's not a crazy notion. Executive privilege works differently though, and it's not absolute. It can be overridden by significant government interests. In addition to the ongoing criminal investigation at the Department of Justice, the director of national intelligence Saturday confirming her office started a new assessment into any potential risk to national security that could have come as the result of classified materials being kept unsecured at Mar-a-Lago. They're going to be trying to determine is who had access to this material. It was found in different rooms, but was commingled with non classified materials, including things like newspapers, clippings, and frankly just junk. If this were to get into the wrong hands, what would be our specific threat to national security. The newly unsealed affidavit that prosecutors use to justify their need for a search warrant of Trump's home, detailing how Mar-a-Lago did not have any secure authorized location for the storage of classified information. And that some of the documents the government had retrieved in the months before the search had information from clandestine human sources, meaning our nation's spies. Disclosing these methods place all Americans at risk because if the government can't use those information collection and investigative methods to gather intelligence, they can't stop threats. I asked President Biden Friday about Trump's claims he used his presidential powers to declassify the material
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"Run back in Washington, congresswoman Liz Cheney, the vice chair of the January 6th committee, telling ABC she hopes he will also consider testifying about the insurrection at the capitol. I think that he has clearly as he's expressed concerns about executive privilege, which I have tremendous respect, but I also think that when the country has been through something as grave as this was, everyone who has information has an obligation to step forward. So I would hope that he will do that. ABC's Mary Alice parks reporting. Now to the monkey pox outbreak, concern growing as college students return to school and as scientists work to give us a better idea how the disease is transmitted. ABC's Mola lenghi joins us with more. The White House, stepping up its effort to contain and quell the monkey pox outbreak, rolling out an additional 360,000 vials of vaccine doses Monday. Those could potentially be converted into nearly 2 million shots in arms, thanks to a new method of injection, just under the top layer of skin instead of into deeper fatty tissue. We are hearing just jurisdictions are very enthusiastic. We starting this. It's exciting from the perspective of access. Thank you. Just over 14,000 Americans have been infected with monkeypox since May, while cases have declined in recent weeks in some initial hotspots like New York City, the U.S. still has the most cases in the world, with monkeypox identified in 49 states. I think I'm just mainly concerned of people's lack of awareness of it. Health officials monitoring college campuses nationwide as students return to classes. Doctor Ben Weston, with the medical college of Wisconsin, says it's critical, schools have a plan. College students also go out to bars. They go to dance clubs. They go to raves. And they have sex. The CDC says 93% of cases are still among men who reported recent sexual contact with other men, but it warns
"mary alice" Discussed on KOMO
"Across the country advised to be on high alert following the FBI search of Donald Trump's Florida home, the FBI issuing an intelligence bulletin yesterday, citing rising threats against government officials with the potential for attacks by domestic violent extremists, also sources telling ABC News that a Trump lawyer signed a statement two months ago, saying all the classified material had been handed over long before Monday search, and we begin with those new details about the fallout from the FBI search. ABC's Mary Alice parks has more. A new details about the lead up to that unprecedented execution of a search warrant and former president Trump's personal residence, ABC News confirming a report in The New York Times that a lawyer for president Trump signed a statement in June after a visit by the FBI, saying that all classified documents at Mar-a-Lago had been turned over to federal investigators, but fast forward to last week, FBI agents say after their search Monday, they found 11 sets of classified documents, including four sets March top secret, and one marched off secret SCI, a classification reserved for some of the nation's most sensitive national security intelligence, normally only viewed in a highly secured area. Typically, this type of information is closely guarded, stored in secured facilities, and storing it in this manner actually places the national security of the United States at risk. ABC News also learning that the Department of Justice sent two subpoenas related to the retrieval of these documents before executing the search warrant. One seeking security footage at Mar-a-Lago, attorney general Merrick Garland this week underscoring they did not take the decision to seek a warrant lightly. Where possible in a standard practice to seek less intrusive means as an alternative to a search and to narrowly scope any search that is undertaken. According to the search warrant made public by a federal judge this week, FBI agents were searching Trump's residents for evidence of three potential crimes, including potential obstruction of justice and violations of the espionage act. The FBI warning of new threats to its agents and law enforcement since Monday's search, saying in a joint intelligence bulletin obtained by ABC News that there has already been an increase in threats and acts of violence, including armed encounters against law enforcement, judiciary and government personnel in reaction to the search. We know that experts law enforcement and court staff are worried about the security of the Florida judge who signed off on that search warrant. He's become the focus of numerous online threats. We're seeing calls for increased security around him and others if these threats continue. Mary Alice parks, ABC News, Washington. Now to the attack on acclaimed author Salman rusty, he's reportedly off a ventilator, able to speak. This as is accused attacker appears in court to face attempted murder and assault charges. ABC's molar langhi is an Erie Pennsylvania where rusty is hospitalized with the latest. Author Salman Rushdie off a ventilator and able to speak, according to The Associated Press, making progress after being stabbed multiple times Friday, just before speaking at a lecture series at the chautauqua institution. Authorities describing the brazen attack as an apparent assassination attempt, allegedly by Hadi mapper, a 24 year old man from New Jersey, mup on arrested after being tackled on stage by several people attending the event. Investigators came up on has shown strong indicators of ideological support for the Iranian regime, which had targeted rushdie for death more than 30 years ago. Rusty's 1988 novel the satanic verses was considered blasphemous to Islam by Iran's then grand Ayatollah Khomeini. Henry Reese was on stage with rusty Friday, preparing to discuss free speech, Reese also injured in the attack. No way in my lifetime is getting more influence than someone rushed in advancing freedom of expression both in the literature that he writes has created work and as an advocate at a public intellectual. President Biden showing his support for rushdie calling the attack vicious and that rushed these stands for essential universal ideals. The Iranian regime not officially commenting on the attack, though one news outlet with close ties to the regime, calling the attacker, courageous, another newspaper seemingly pleased with the attack, running the
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"Issues. Riley, hospitalized and in custody is accused of fatally shooting four people, including a mom and three year old child. Sheriff Grady Judd. This man killed four people this morning. Tried to kill our deputies and then gave up. Riley shot it out with authorities before surrendering. Sheriff Judd says he was well prepared, had everything down to blood stop kits, first aid kits and he was ready for battle. Millions of Americans are set to lose their jobless benefits. Today, three pandemic related programs are set to expire by some estimates. Over seven million people now stand to lose nearly all of their unemployment benefits. Another three million will see their benefits reduced. Now many Republican controlled states already started rolling back these programs months ago. President Biden encouraged states to continue them. But most states say they just don't have the budget for that. ABC is Mary Alice Parks at the White House. The New York Times reports. Facebook is apologizing after video of black men in altercations with white civilians and police officers ends an automatic message pops up saying Keep seeing videos about primates. Facebook turned off the AI that show the message You're listening to ABC News. Oil drilling investments involve a high degree of risk and are only suitable for SCC. Accredited investors. ATTENTION high Net worth investors, oil and gas investments have always been an ideal tax advantage and have been a way to invest and take a 100% right off..
Judge Shields Some Texas Abortion Clinics From Group's Suits
"Abortion clinics temporarily shielded from being sued by the state's largest anti abortion group under a new bat rule banning most abortions. But Washington is paying attention to other Republican led states considers similar laws that allow third parties to sue people suspected of aiding abortions. Massachusetts Democratic Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley. Just because there's a ban on abortion doesn't mean that abortions will stop happening. It means that there will not be access to safe and legal abortions for our most vulnerable and at the White House very unusual mechanisms in this law that let one neighbor Sue, another neighbor was top of mind for the president. He described that as a vigilante system and said it was almost on American. The White House said that they are looking for ways of the federal government can respond to the law and ensure that all women have access to safe and legal abortion. But still, the White House has not yet laid out any specific next steps. A B C's Mary Alice Parks, the
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"Road A. B C's Mary Alice Parks, the Miami Dade County mayor, says she's been asked if it would be possible to bring down what's left of the partially collapsed condo building before Hurricane L so potentially makes its way through the area. She says, the answer is no. That it will likely take weeks to safely complete the demolition. I'm Mindy Stone on K Away. NewsRadio, 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 at them. Your July 4th holiday weekend drive looking pretty good as we kick off Saturday morning, the first weekend of July. 25 I seven year both wide open with speeds up to the posted limits. All the highways, in fact, are accident free and looking good around the metro area. Don't forget this weekend. Some 48 million people. Americans are expected to travel either by car or by air 200,000 each day through D I A Fox 31 pinpoint weather calling for isolated thunderstorms this afternoon, a high expected near 90 and overnight low down around 60 degrees and in Denver. Right now, it's 63. This report is sponsored by Audible Summers here, inaudible is ready whether it's about road trips or just to return to your daily commute Stream. BESTSELLERS Noosa New releases. Great originals and podcast all in one app. Try it for free 30 days at audible dot com. I'm Bill Jones. Koray NewsRadio live everywhere on the I Heart radio app. Log on to meet with matt dot com to sign up for either a 15 minute phone call virtual visit or in office meeting That's meet with matt dot.
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White House Urges Private Businesses to Protect Against Ransomware Threats
"Cyber attacks threatening to derail the country's infrastructure. The White House is now releasing a new memo to private businesses, urging them to take action. Now they're telling them to shore up their digital defenses before they become the next victim. ABC S Mary Alice Parks has the latest Mary Alice Parks. Let's roll the White House today, reaching out to American businesses that are increasingly finding themselves the target of cyber and ransomware attacks. Writing in a new memo that all organizations must recognize that no company is safe from being targeted, regardless of size or location. This coming after the country's largest mass transit agency in New York City revealed its computers were the target of an attempted attack linked to the Chinese government in April.
Harris Takes on a New Role as She Heads on Her First Overseas Trip
"President Kamala Harris steps onto the world stage. Today she traveled to Guatemala navies, He's Mary Alice Parks in Guatemala City sing immigration is the focus. Vice President Kamala Harris, making her first foreign trip with a two day swing to Guatemala and Mexico. Her mission one that has stumped many American leaders before. How to slow surge in migration from the region now at levels not seen in decades.
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"At the corner of Hinsdale Street and Linden Boulevard in East New York cops releasing video that shows the man running over the 44 year old female victim. She sustained body trauma and was taken to Brookdale Hospital in critical but stable condition. The man drove off in a 2020 Gray's Subaru and headed south on Hinsdale Street. The suspect is described as an adult male dark complexion. Approximately 57 with a thin build Republicans air blasting the Biden administration over the cancelation of border wall funding. Details from ABC is Mary Alice Parks at the White House and some administration on Lee built about 80 miles of new wall where Wall hadn't Existed before the White House wrote in a statement that they inherited a broken immigration system that wasted billions of taxpayer dollars and neither kept the American people safe nor adhered to our values. Now, they say the money will instead go to daycares and schools on military bases Well, the bind administration is restricting travel from India to the U. S. A White House statement says The action is being taken due to the extraordinarily high number of covert cases and multiple variants that are circulating in India. Policy takes effect this Tuesday. The White House says the U. S. Is sending emergency supplies to India. Tens of thousands of New York City and non essential office workers returned to the workplace on Monday about 80% of city employees are already at their workplace because they're deemed essential, but the rest will start working from the office Monday on a hybrid schedule. City officials are working with folks who are dealing with childcare. Remote learning, the mayor on his weekly radio show, says workers will be much more productive at the workplace than at home, and that's the reason why he wants to bring them back. Blasio assures workers they'll be safe. He knows the corner virus. Precautions in schools will also be used in offices and there are very few cases in schools. I'm Scott Pringle, WR DUIs and a woman is hospitalized in serious condition after a fire devastated the Bronx home Friday evening. Blaze broke out just after six p.m. EDT. A two story residents and hunts 20.3 firefighters suffered minor injuries. Ah dog was killed in the fire. A cat was successfully rescued. The cause of the fire remains under investigation. Sports and your Weather Channel forecast Next WR News time Coming up on 11 03. Hi folks. It's Kris Allen, CEO of I Cleanse.
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Biden administration set to issue $1,400 stimulus payments
"As covert relief stimulus payments had make accounts through direct deposit. The Biden administration is working to make sure all eligible Americans get their money of those direct $1400 payments laid out in President Biden's covert relief package. Already landing in bank accounts. The White House aware millions of Americans, often the poorest and most vulnerable struggle to get their stimulus payments last time. The I R. S promising to do better working to send more payments straight to bank accounts. ABC is Mary Alice Parks. I'm directed US ABC News Homo News 1000 FM 97
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Covid Stimulus Bill Heads to the Senate
"Again so far. President Biden Saturday called on the Senate to follow the house and pass a $1.9 trillion stimulus bill. Maybe see White House correspondent Mary Alice Parks has more on the future of the bill that includes $1400 payments to most Americans. The Senate could begin debate on the bill as early as this week. There, the president likely cannot afford to lose any democratic votes, fissures and the failures. Defects, the flaws in our system. During the course of this pandemic have been blown up for all to see. Vice President Kamila Harris could be the tiebreaker. Harris noting this weekend how minority families and communities have been hit
"mary alice" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"I'm Sherry, pressed in the National Transportation Safety Board has this hour issued its findings in the crash that killed NBA legend Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven other people a year ago, maybe sees Alex Stone is in Los Angeles Island or is the buy in was experienced cherry with over 8500 hours of flight time in 10 years of flying in the L. A area. But the NTSB announcing in the past hour it has found he suffered from spatial disorientation after entering thick clouds without visual cues. It's believed he thought the helicopter was climbing, but it was actually turning and descending. Lead investigator Bill English. This maneuver is consistent with a pilot experiencing spatial disorientation. Because of today's findings, the NTSB is recommending the pilots undergo spatial disorientation, training Sherry in two hours, The second impeachment trial of Donald Trump will begin House majority Leader Chuck Schumer, the Senate has a solemn responsibility. Try and hold Donald Trump accountable. The most serious charges ever ever levied against a president. If the numbers hold, However, the president will be acquitted of inciting an insurrection for the Capitol Hill riot that left at least five people dead. ABC, said Mary Alice Parks with more on what many Republicans are saying, I think that we've seen a number of Republicans signal that they are looking for another mechanism of accountability. This was floated in the house. It didn't go anywhere. House Democrats were determined to pass those impeachment, the impeachment article, But in this Senate. We've seen Republicans still float this possibility. The Secret Service and the FBI are investigating after someone hacked into the water supply in Tampa, Florida last week and try to taint it. They stopped it in time. Agents have leads but no suspects at this point A team of World Health Organization scientists during Wuhan, China, Looking into the origins of the Corona virus, said today. They do not think it was leaked from a Chinese lab is some have alleged You're listening to ABC News coming up on 8 10. That means it's time for us to check on traffic..
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"Coming up. I'm Corwin Hate with a spike in avalanche fatalities Is this also covert 19th fault? We'll get to our traffic and weather coming up in four minutes. But first ABC News It's eight o'clock. From ABC News. I'm Sherry Preston. The National Transportation Safety Board has this hour issued its findings in the crash that killed NBA legend Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven other people a year ago, maybe sees Alex Stone is in Los Angeles Island or is the buy in was experienced sherry with over 8500 hours of flight time in 10 years of flying in the L. A area. With the NTSB announcing in the past hour and his found he suffered from spatial disorientation after entering thick clouds without visual cues. It's believed he thought the helicopter was climbing, but it was actually turning and descending. Lead investigator Bill English. This maneuver is consistent with a pilot experiencing spatial disorientation. Because of today's findings, the NTSB is recommending the pilots undergo spatial disorientation, training Sherry in two hours, The second impeachment trial of Donald Trump will begin House majority Leader Chuck Schumer, the Senate has a solemn responsibility. To try and For the most serious charges ever ever levied against a president. If the numbers hold, However, the president will be acquitted of inciting an insurrection for the Capitol Hill riot that left at least five people dead. ABC, said Mary Alice Parks with more on what many Republicans are saying, I think that we've seen a number of Republicans signal that they are looking for another mechanism of accountability. This was floated in the house. It didn't go anywhere. House Democrats were determined to pass those impeachment. The impeachment article But in the Senate, we've seen Republicans still float this possibility. The Secret Service and the FBI are investigating after someone hacked into the water supply in Tampa, Florida last week and try to taint it. Stopped it in time. Agents have leads but no suspects at this point, a team of World Health Organization scientists during Wuhan, China, looking into the origins of the Corona virus, said today they do not think it was leaked from a Chinese lab is some have alleged You're listening to ABC News. Stay.
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"Chef Way news radio time is 12 30 to our top story 91% of Colorado is experiencing severe drought. Mid 28% of the state is considered to be an exceptional drought. Now, if we don't see more snow and rain, we could be in for another bad wildfire year. Officials say water supplies could be lower than normal. The impacts were already being felt in Denver. With Denver Water says its reservoirs or 78% full. That's about 4% below normal for the middle of January. Besides figuring out and former President Trump can actually have a second impeachment trial in the Senate because he's no longer in office. There's another question who will preside over the Senate trial. The Constitution on Lee dictates that the chief justice of the Supreme Court will preside over the impeachment of a sitting president. So a lot of legal scholars debating whether chief Justice Roberts would have to preside over this trial. Since obviously President Trump is no longer in office. It makes me seem that the Senate will still try to invite Roberts. He might be able to decline and he's not into doing this right now. I don't think he's looking to preside over the Senate trial. That's a B C's Mary Alice Parks. Businesses near Trump Tower in New York City, or hoping security downgrades will bring more shoppers to the area. Now that former President Trump has moved to Florida turns out four years of road closures. Constant heavy NYPD presence and protests tends to be bad for business. East 56 Street remains closed while any potential threats were investigated, But the security bubble will eventually start to deflate given Trump is moving down to Florida full time. James Forman, NBC NEWS Radio New YORK Our next news updates at one o'clock, I'm Susan Witkin on Kaylie News Radio. A 50 A M and 94 1 FM doesn't check on traffic with Rick Morgan for the third straight towards Traffic Center. Looks like roadworks gonna be the biggest challenge. Get across town right now. So work set up in Thorton nonstop about 25. South Authority Parkway, backing that up to 104th also working again on that ramp from South found 2 to 5 to north Tonight 25 will slow through that transition was bound to 70 slow once again at vast gas up the highway. Couple crashes being cleared when a Colfax and Perry the other Monaco in Florida, Fox 31, pinpoint weather Partly sunny high of 51 This afternoon partly cloudy tonight Low 23 Partly sunny 52 tomorrow right now, 49 this report sponsored by what's.
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"Yesterday's violence of the U. S Capitol by a mob of Trump supporters, raising questions about security police recovering two pipe bombs, they say at the scene of yesterday's riot and Molotov cocktails, and at least one long gun now a full review is underway. Capitol police chief Steven Son said. His officers responded valiantly as they were attacked with pipes, chemical irritants and other weapons. Lawmakers announced a review of the law enforcement response that they said raise serious questions and representative severe systematic failure and securing the capital. Intimate echoed by D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser. The Congress must create a nonpartisan commission toe understand that catastrophic security failures DC police made 68 arrests, and federal prosecutors said they're working to identify others from the mob to charge is warranted. Aaron Carter ski ABC News breach occurred during the certification of the electoral college results, sending lawmakers scrambling to take shelter. One woman was shot and killed by police as she tried to come through the door of the House chamber. Authorities identifying her as Ashley Babbitt, a 35 year old Air Force veteran. Three others died, police say do the medical emergencies. There are concerns about the president's actions prior to the violence, and after and his remaining 13 days in office. Some are calling for the invocation of the 25th amendment. ABC is Mary Alice Parks explained It would take a majority of the president's Cabinet as well as the vice president to come together and agree and submit formally to Congress that they believe that the president is Fit for duties. Obviously, then the president could just speed that it would go to a vote in the Congress. It would take a two thirds vote in both the Senate and the House to basically remove the president from office and install the vice president in his place. Coronavirus cases around the country continued to surge, reaching record levels and the economy. There's pain, another 787,000 new unemployment claims filed last week. Listening to ABC News when these.
Nevada caucuses live updates: Sanders looks strong as votes trickle in
"Clark Democrats in Nevada making their choices on caucus day early votes being read out of this caucus site right now it's too early for A. B. C. news to project a winner but based on early entrance poll estimates senator Bernie Sanders is leading in initial preferences ABC's Alex stone is out of caucus site Brian in this precinct they just wrapped up the win about an hour or so with this cocky site only Bernie Sanders was found to have been a viable candidate there were a couple of others who wanted Biden and booted chads but they didn't have enough to be viable so only Bernie Sanders in this precinct will get delegates out of this location that aligns with the voter preferences that we have heard today from the entrance polls the voters per first Sanders here in Nevada in a few hours we may begin hearing some of the official results Brian as for reporting the results Alex A. B. C. deputy political director Mary Alice parks at a caucus cited bolaget hotel they called and they had a secure access lines they also sent a picture of their work sheets into a secured basically tax message bank where they sent the picture of their
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Next stop on the road to the White House, Nevada
"Next stop on the road to the White House Nevada's caucus is this coming Saturday early voting kicked off two days ago voters can go and essentially fill out voter preference card kind of like right choice voting they with their their top one through three pick in the event that when the caucuses actually happen this coming Saturday in their votes are counted in the room ABC news deputy political director Mary Alice parched after back to back poor showings in Iowa and New Hampshire Joe Biden's looking for a comeback going to a black church Sunday in Las Vegas the next phase is going to be using your hands and it's going to be you're going to have a great deal of influence the matter who