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"mary bruce" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"mary bruce" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Officer Bill Cushing, who was also shot and injured during the June 4th incident, stood beside family and fellow officers, his arm still in a sling, and I just feel like this is the least we can do to show our love and support. They take care of us there there When we pick up the phone, no questions asked. It's heartbreaking that that happened and I can't believe that it happened. And I just Wish that things like this stopped WBC TV's Nikki Giovanni reporting, lawmakers in the Biden administration are still trying to hammer out a compromise on an infrastructure bill. The president, according to ABC is Mary Bruce is getting hands on. He's working the phones. He's been meeting with some of these key senators, This is is what we're seeing Both sides sort of coalescing around this $1 trillion bipartisan. Deal that would focus solely on traditional infrastructure so roads, rails and bridges, but the two sides are still divided over how to pay for all of this. I've already told you that traffic around these parts is pretty much back to pre pandemic levels. And now this, some new research finds highway congestion in the state is just about the worst in the country. The report finds 68% of urban interstate highways and Massachusetts are considered congested during peak hours. And that's the sixth highest share of congestion in the U. S. The analysis by the Transportation Research nonprofit trip also says the state's bridges are an area of serious concern. Last call at Odds Convention Center today's the last day for Covid vaccines at the Hides. It opened in March as a mass vaccination site when Fenway Park switched gears to baseball next week, the Reggie Lewis center Will close its mass vaccination site. 408 off to Wall Street, Andrew Oh, day. Is that Bloomberg? We were keeping an eye on some records today. How do we do? We did a record for the NASDAQ, Not quite a record for the S and P 500, but another gain on what is easily a pretty good day overall. Now, rose 69 points NASDAQ Up 112 to 14,000 to 53. That's an all time high for the NASDAQ S and P. 500 Rose 22 points, closing about nine points away from its all time high stocks pressed moderately higher compared with yesterday's rally, but enough to push the NASDAQ to that high with traders responding to Capitol Hill testimony from Fed chief Jerome Powell this afternoon. Hearing, giving fresh insight on how much longer the central bank will keep with its pandemic. Emergency approach to monetary policy chief Powell says interest rates will not be hiked unless inflation fails to abate, acknowledging that inflation so far this year has been hotter than anticipated, mostly because of the economy reopening. Andrew wrote Bloomberg Business on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. Hey, Alexa play WBZ news.

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AG Garland Unveils Strategy to Combat Domestic Terrorism

710 WOR Programming

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

AG Garland Unveils Strategy to Combat Domestic Terrorism

"Garland announcing the country's first national strategy for combating domestic terrorism after a review ordered in the aftermath of the January 6th capital attack, the attorney general says the goal here is to disrupt and deter, but they also want to address The root causes of domestic terrorism. This comes five months after the January 6th attack, which the president has labeled as domestic terrorism. And now this administration is making this a higher priority, calling for greater coordination between national security agencies and more intense scrutiny of social media posts. ABC senior White House correspondent Mary Bruce President Dragon is

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Microsoft Says Russian-Backed Hackers Are Behind Another Cyberattack

News, Traffic and Weather

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Microsoft Says Russian-Backed Hackers Are Behind Another Cyberattack

"Says Russia wasn't behind the latest cyber attack on the U. S. Learning more about what appears to be another Russian cyber attack on the U. S government. According to Microsoft, hackers targeted 3000 email accounts to try to burrow into human rights groups and organizations that have been critical of Putin. The U. S has not confirmed that Russia is responsible, but Microsoft says it's the same group that was behind solar winds. The massive Russian cyber attack last year. Targeting at least seven U. S. Government agencies and major U S company. ABC is Mary Bruce.

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US Imposes New Round of Sanctions, Expels 10 Russian Diplomats

710 WOR Programming

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

US Imposes New Round of Sanctions, Expels 10 Russian Diplomats

"His dish out punishment to Russia for the hacking of several private American companies and government branches as well, maybe sees Mary Bruce reports from Washington D. C. U. S imposing sanctions on dozens of entities and individuals and expelling 10. Russian diplomats from Washington. Biden says the responses in kind but is warning he could doom or I chose to be proportionate. We want a stable, predictable relationship. The U. S. Is also ratcheting up the pressure on Russia's continued occupation of Crimea, and reports Russia offered bounties to militants in Afghanistan to kill American troops. Russian Foreign Ministry called the US his actions unacceptable and is promising. A syriza of retaliatory measures will follow. In the near future, and President

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Putin wants to debate Biden after U.S. leader's 'killer' remark

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Putin wants to debate Biden after U.S. leader's 'killer' remark

"Wants to debate President Biden. ABC is Mary Bruce says Vladimir Putin made the challenge after a comment Mr Biden made in an interview with ABC News. Russia is firing back after what President Biden told George Stephanopoulos about Vladimir Putin. You think he's a killer? Mm hmm. Do today. Putin, making it clear Biden's statement did not sit well with him. He said that when Biden calls him a killer he's really talking about himself says it's unlikely Mr Biden will accept the president and Vice

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Biden gives first prime-time address, hopes to be back to normal by July 4th

First Morning News

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Biden gives first prime-time address, hopes to be back to normal by July 4th

"Vaccine. By May 1st. He's issuing the order to states, saying during a prime time address last night, it's possible to have a normal summer do our part. We do this together? By July, the fourth. There's a good chance you Your families and friends will be able to get together in your backyard or in your neighborhood and have a cookout on the barbecue and celebrate Independence Day. During a speech Biden trying to draw a contrast with the Trump administration, and warned that the country can't let its guard down tone that Biden said was a really interesting one because he's trying to come out and project hope he trying to console the nation that has gone through a horrific year with unimaginable loss. But this also was a turning point speech the president trying to say Look The previous administration. He has made very clear he believes failed. And even though you know, many Republicans and some from the previous administration have said, Hey, we helped to get the ball rolling here. We deserve some credit. This White House staunchly disagree. That is Correspondent Mary Bruce Thean

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"mary bruce" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"mary bruce" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Need to get more people vaccinated, he tells ABC News that's due to more variants cropping up around the nation. We still have a considerable number of cases even though they've kind of peaked and turning around and coming back down in the sense of the dynamics of the outbreak way, still have this issue. I believe what she's referring to is the variants that are around that is Dr Anthony Fauci. Colorado currently has 16 cases of mutations. Most of those are the UK variant. Three others have yet to be listed by the CDC. There are new steps by the Biden administration on Immigration. One is an executive order to review of previous program where many seeking asylum are sent back to Mexico while their cases are being processed by an administration admits they're starting at square one here, just trying to figure out how many Children are still separated from their families and where their parents, maybe now some advocates are critical of the president, saying he's not doing enough here. But Biden says by creating this task force, he's just taking the first step to try and undo what he calls the quote moral and national shame. Name caused by the previous administration. That's a B C's Mary Bruce, one time presidential candidate, P Buddha judges, the new head of the U. S. Transportation Department, the Easter 86. The nays are 13. The nomination is confirmed easily easy confirmation for Buddha judges, Transportation secretary and a bipartisan vote. He makes history as the first openly gay man of a president. Presidents Cabinet. At 39 years old. He's also the youngest who the judge is expected to be a key player in the Biden administration's efforts to overhaul the nation's aging.

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"mary bruce" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"mary bruce" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Be another round of stimulus payments with seven o'clock for pouring a Brian Combs breaking now? What's the rush? That's question top Republican senators like allows Rob Portman are asking. They said They want to work with a bite administration on a covert relief bill, But they've told the president that they don't see a need to push it through. Immediately. New president wants to provide Americans with a $1400 stimulus payment. But the GOP lawmakers want to cut the size of that payment livid who qualifies for the next round of cash. The White House wants to get people $1400 direct payments and give it to most Americans. The Republicans in this group are calling for payments of up to $1000, and they're all most of that money to go related to lower income Americans. So Even that aspect of it, they can't agree on. But when you take a step back, it really is just the big picture price tag right. Republicans at the end of the day argue the president's bill is just too large. It's too sweeping. They say They just passed a $900 billion bill just a few weeks ago. A lot of that money has even gone out the door. Yet a lot of Republicans saying, What's the rush here? That's a B C's Mary Bruce more for the White House coming up on the morning show here on seven Ow! Ow! It's 7 16. Now latest traffic weather together from the UC Help traffic center you see health cardiology provides the region's most advanced heart care program. Visit you see help dot com slash heart for details. Major problems on South bound 75. The highway is shut down it Mitchell all traffic being diverted off into sync Bernard and that current back up is above the lateral. It's all due to an accident just above 74. Tanker truck involved in direct hit the median wall and is leaking diesel fuel. It's going to be several hours before the highway is open. Once again, they're helping folks turn around. If you were stuck in that jam and go the wrong way to exit at Mitchell, there's also an accident. Eastbound to 75. This is before you get before traffic is.

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"mary bruce" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"mary bruce" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"ABC News. I'm Richard Can't who moderate Republican senators proposing a cheaper pandemic relief package than what President Biden once sat down at the White House Monday evening. I consider it a success. There is common ground, Louisiana's Bill Cassidy. Nothing agreed to during the two hour meet me too early to say. Senses except that we all care about the American people who are in need way feel as if the package needs to be more focused. The Republican counter offer to the administration's nearly $2 trillion measure is just 600 billion. There were areas of agreement like bite in the Republicans are calling for $160 billion for vaccines and testing. And help for small businesses. But while Biden wants $1400 direct payments to most Americans, Republicans want to limit the checks to $1000 and send them on Lee to lower income Americans maybe sees Mary Bruce Ah, week until former President Trump's second impeachment trial begins, one of his lawyers told Fox News the Democrats are using the trial is a weapon to bar Trump from ever seeking office again. David showing says it's undemocratic and unconstitutional. He's one of two new lawyers handling the trump defense after the previous Team up and quit the old legal team, which had been on the job for barely a week left in part because Trump had told them that he wanted to use the impeachment trial to make the case, the thoroughly discredited case that the election was stolen from him, and they thought that would be a big mistake. ABC is Jonathan Karl, a lot of places in the Northeast US and trying to dig out after a major winter storm that left 30 inches of snow in some areas. In Allentown, Pennsylvania. 71 year old patio, Gento says. We found her shoveling.

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"mary bruce" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"mary bruce" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Testing support for small businesses and $1400 direct payments to most Americans. Biden wants to pass the bill with Republicans support, but GOP lawmakers say the price tag is just too high. The White House asked whether they would be willing to break the bill into pieces to allow votes on The parts with bipartisan support Their answer. No, that was a B C's Mary Bruce of the White House as lawmakers negotiate covert relief. They also must carry out former President Trump's historic second impeachment trial, which officially started this week. The senator presiding over the second impeachment trial of Donald Trump west from the capital in an ambulance. AIDS. The Senator Patrick Leahy, telling us the senator was not feeling well and after being examined by a doctor was taken to a local hospital for observation out of an abundance of caution. You saw it came just hours after late, he swore in his fellow lawmakers as jurors in the trial, so help you God. But right from the outset, it became clear there will likely not be enough votes to convict Republican Senator Rand Paul, forcing senators to vote on whether the trial itself is unconstitutional. Since Trump is already out of office, this is not a trial of the president but of a private citizen. Democrats in many legal experts insist the Constitution does not exempt former presidents from impeachment. The theory that the Senate can try former officials would amount to a constitutional get out of jail free card. Any president who commits an impeachable offense. Nearly all the Republican senators, 45 of them voted that the trial is unconscious. ITU Schimmel Just last week, Republican leader Mitch McConnell condemned Trump's words of the mob that stormed the capital mob was fed lies..

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Buy American: Biden to direct federal government to purchase more U.S.-made goods

WBZ Midday News

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Buy American: Biden to direct federal government to purchase more U.S.-made goods

"ABC is Mary Bruce, with more on the expected measures from the president. Today, we'll try to fulfill that campaign promise by signing an order encouraging the federal government quote by American and purchase goods and services from US Cos. Now the law already requires this but businesses I've been frustrated by loopholes and waivers that still exist. This order is going to try and clamp down on all of that.

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"mary bruce" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"mary bruce" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Rome ABC News I'm Brian Clark. The Senate will hold a second impeachment trial of former president and Donald Trump Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said Friday. I've spoken to Speaker Pelosi who inform me That the articles will be delivered to the Senate on Monday. But when will the trial actually begin? ABC is Mary Bruce says there's a compromise the Senate trial that has to begin exactly at 1 P.m. the next day, so members will still be sworn in as jurors on Tuesday. But now they've decided that both sides will then be given two weeks to prepare to work on their defense and prosecution. But in the meantime, the Senate can work on other business, including trying to work on Biden's confirmation, confirming his nominees and this covert Relief bill, the president signed executive orders, boosting food assistance and beginning the process of mandating a $15 an hour minimum wage for federal contractors. But he said, there needs to be legislation and we remain in the once in a century public health crisis. That's led to the most unequal job and economic crisis and modern history. And the crisis is only deepening. It's not getting better. It's steeping you governor say, supplies the biggest issue When it comes to Corona virus vaccines. They're calling on the new administration to smooth out the process. The nation's largest sheriff's department is under investigation. The L. A County sheriff's department is the police Department for millions of people who live here in L. A county. He's been dogged by allegations of misconduct, questionable shootings, a lack of oversight and claims that there are criminal gangs of deputies within the ranks. Now. California Attorney General Javier Becerra, announcing the California Department of Justice will investigate the L. A County sheriff's department to determine if the agency has been engaging in a pattern of unconstitutional policing. Alex Stone ABC NEWS LOS Angeles one winning ticket for the billion dollar mega Millions lottery was sold at a Kroger in No Vai, Michigan. You're listening to ABC news. They're pounding on the door. They're calling on the phone. It's the collectors..

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"mary bruce" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"mary bruce" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Three of them from ABC News. I'm Brian Clark. The Senate will hold a second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump Majority leader Chuck Schumer said Friday. I've spoken to Speaker Pelosi who inform me That the articles will be delivered to the Senate on Monday. But when will the trial actually begin? ABC is Mary Bruce says there's a compromise the Senate trial that has to begin exactly at 1 P.m. the next day, so members will still be sworn in as jurors on Tuesday. But now they've decided that both sides will then be given two weeks to prepare to work on their defense and prosecution. But in the meantime, the Senate can work on other business, including trying to work on Biden's confirmation, confirming his nominees and this covert Relief bill, the president signed executive orders, boosting food assistance and beginning the process of mandating a $15 an hour minimum wage for federal contractors. But he said, there needs to be legislation and we remain in the one to the century public health crisis. That's led to the most unequal job and economic crisis and modern history. And the crisis is only deepening. It's not getting better. It's steeping him, governor say, supplies the biggest issue when it comes to Corona virus vaccines. They're calling on the new administration to smooth out the process. The nation's largest sheriff's department is under investigation. The L. A County sheriff's department is the police Department for millions of people who live here in L. A county. He's been dogged by allegations of misconduct, questionable shootings, a lack of oversight and claims that there are criminal gangs of deputies within the ranks. Now. California Attorney General Javier Becerra, announcing the California Department of Justice will investigate the L. A County sheriff's department to determine if the agency has been engaging in a pattern of unconstitutional policing. Alex Stone ABC NEWS LOS Angeles one winning ticket for the billion dollar mega Millions lottery was sold at a Kroger in No Vai, Michigan. You're listening to ABC news. They're pounding on the door. They're calling on the.

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"mary bruce" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"mary bruce" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Has news 93.1 kfbk. Night. A shower in the area this evening. Otherwise partly cloudy and cool with a low 42 44 tomorrow some clouds, then sunshine of the high 57 to 61 I'm AccuWeather's Gregory Patrick news any 3.1 kfbk. 45 in Sacramento and Citrus Heights. 45 degrees. Rescued over 45 86 32 now and KPK, our top national story. President Biden wants his agenda completed ASAP since the Senate will soon be working on the impeachment of former President Donald Trump. It's slated to start now. February 8th ABC senior congressional correspondent Mary Bruce says President Biden is trying to get his $2 trillion economic rescue package through as quickly as possible Hiding wants an additional $1400 in direct payments to most Americans. He's calling for extending unemployment benefits, more money for small businesses and $160 billion for vaccine distribution and testing. We have the tools to help people. So let's use the tools. Little used him now, But the Senate is about to be consumed with Trump's trial. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi today announcing she is going to send over the article of impeachment on Monday. Okay, let's get more news now with chaos because Joe Michael's getting President Joe Biden is seeking to follow California by removing the word alien from U. S immigration laws. If Biden's proposed bill is passed, it would remove the word alien and replace it with the term Non Citizen, California next alien from the state's labor code back in 2015. KFBK continuing coverage.

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"mary bruce" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"mary bruce" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Working the construction of 70 if you're in New York, but other net looking good. I'm Darren Copeland on K away News Radio live everywhere on the I heart radio app. That's 31 pinpoint whether a few clouds tonight low of 23 48 degrees tomorrow and Saturday, a chance for snow on Sunday. Right now in Denver. It's 37 degrees. Not only does President Joe Biden want people to mask up for the next 100 days, he's got specific places he wants you to put on that face covering to beat back Corona virus spread. He's got some new rules. He's now mandated mass son all federal property, enduring interstate travel. But he's taking it a step further, adding additional travel restriction restrictions. So everyone flying to the U. S from another country will have to test negative before getting on that plane and quarantine when they arrive here in the U. S. ABC senior congressional correspondent Mary Bruce said the White House press briefing this afternoon, Dr Anthony Fauci says, if we see 70 to 80% of the country vaccinated We should start to see things back to return to normal. President Biden signing some executive orders today, including funding for testing and expanding vaccination distribution, all with the goal of getting 100 million doses of the vaccine into the arms of Americans in 100 days. One owner in Denver's historically black five points neighborhood is uneasy after he said someone made an unprovoked threat toward his business. The people who frequented coffee at the point owner, Ryan Carbons, telling our partners at Fox 31 that his workers received a brazen phone call while he was out of town Monday, said that he had guns pointed at the coffee.

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Biden lays out plans for COVID-19 testing, vaccinations and masks

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Biden lays out plans for COVID-19 testing, vaccinations and masks

"Steps to tackle This pandemic, including establishing a covert testing board developing guidelines to safely reopen schools and taking steps to try to overcome the disproportionate impact of this pandemic On people of color. The new president wasted no time getting to work yesterday, signing in order to mandate masks on all federal lands and taking stuff to undo some of President Trump's most controversial moves by rejoining Paris climate accord and undoing that so called Muslim travel ban. Now the new president can do a lot on his own. But that big plan of his that big ticket item that nearly $2 trillion stimulus bill to provide some relief that is going to take Congressional action and will test his promise to unite a divided Washington and he is telling his White House staff and appointees and I quote, point blank. If you're ever working with me, and I hear you treat another colleague with disrespect to talk down to anyone, I promise you, I will fire you on the spot, adding that that kind of decency has been lacking over the last four years in the White House. He also reminded his staff quote You work for the people. I work for the people maybe sees Mary Bruce

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"mary bruce" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"mary bruce" Discussed on WTVN

"C. It provided a somber start to the inaugural celebration. Vice President elect Kamala Harris, joining the president elect at the Lincoln Memorial, reflecting pool rather tonight, a nation in mourning. To pay tribute to the lives way have lost. Mr Biden will head to church tomorrow before taking the oath of office will try to set a new tone. Starting at the beginning of the day. We've learned that he's invited congressional leaders of both parties to join him at church, sending a clear message of unity, a message that will then carry over into that big address. I'm told it will be optimistic and forward looking. Biden will recognize We're in a moment of unprecedented crisis, but he will be asking all Americans to join him as he faces these remarkable challenge. We see new senior White House correspondent Mary Bruce. Several Republican senators praising Antony Blinken, Mr Biden's pick for secretary of state. One thing I want to say, Is that thank you an outstanding choice back pros like bike. South Carolina's Lindsey Graham, a Today Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing the White House releasing a videotaped farewell message from President Trump's I conclude my term as the 45th president. The United States. I stand before you truly proud of what we have achieved together. He won't be at tomorrow's inauguration. You're listening to ABC News. News radio 6 10 W TV and I'm Alison Wyatt. Phase one B of Ohio's Corona virus Vaccination program is now officially underway with Governor Mike DeWine, saying it starts with Ohioans 80 years old and older. But, he adds, there is a limited supply the vaccine so it may take a while next week, we'll open vaccinations for those Ohioans was severe congenital developmental or early onset medical disorders that makes them particularly vulnerable. But watch out for scammers. There are scammers. Is trying to take advantage of people's desire to receive the vaccine as soon as possible. The FBI issuing a warning tonight about those who are selling fake Corona virus vaccines online, the bureau reminds you to contact your local health department with any questions you have about the vaccine and how to make an appointment. And to not fall for someone who is trying to sell a vaccine online. Meanwhile, the number of do new daily coronavirus cases in the Buckeye State has dropped below 5000 today for days. I think we've seen kind of a trend downward and we hope that that's the trend, but we really, really don't know, the governor says the state Department of Health is reporting just over 4900 cases today that is well below the three week average of around 7500 cases. Local man is headed to prison for years on sex crime charges. 49 year old Jeffrey Fisher of Canal Winchester has been sentenced to 200 months in federal prison for sexually exploiting at least three underage girls in 2019. He allegedly pressured the girls in Michigan, New Jersey, and here in Columbus, all online to send him sexually explicit pictures. Federal prosecutors say he was already a registered sex offender following a 2012 conviction in Franklin County. I'm Jack Crumley and active duty U S soldier is in federal custody tonight after he was accused of plotting with who he thought was someone with Isis Tow launch an attack in New York City. Prosecutors say that Army private first class Cole James of Bridges also attempted to provide information that could be used in an overseas ambush against his fellow service members. The Ohio native from Stow, Ohio Bridges discussed attacking the 9 11 Memorial and Museum in Lower Manhattan with an undercover FBI agent who he was chatting.

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"mary bruce" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"mary bruce" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It's 38 degrees at six o'clock and good morning. I'm Joe Bartlett a historic vote in the House. President Trump has become the first president ever to be impeached twice then representative Cori Bush, imploring her colleagues to take a stand root out white supremacy, starting with impeaching the white supremacist in chief Democrats challenging their Republican colleagues to think beyond politics reflect on your legacy. Just over a year ago, No Republicans voted to impeach the president. But tonight, 10 did. Correspondent Mary Bruce. A Senate trial won't take place until after President Trump is out of office. And it's unclear what the outcome would be yours. Correspondent Jonathan closer people that have stood by him through everything for the most part. Sort of find 17 Republican senators that would vote to convict him. That would be beyond extraordinary. But I do believe it is a real possibility this time. President. Trump didn't directly address the impeachment with a statement last night. Instead, he called for calm in a newly released video and condemned last week's violence at the camp, no true supporter of mine could ever threaten or harass their fellow Americans. If you do any of these things, you're not supporting our movement. You're attacking it and you are attacking our country. 20,000 National Guard troops are in Washington and fences are up around the capital as there's concern about further violence Correspondent Faith Solu Bay with in a joint bulletin, national security officials warn last week's riot could feel more violence from extremists. Security also being ramped up at all 50 state capitals, the FBI and homeland security or report. What did Lee most concerned about violence in Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania election battleground states. And smokers in New Jersey now eligible for the Corona virus vaccine, the state says they are now considered high risk individuals. New York City ramping up the vaccinations. The mayor, though worried he may run out. Speaking of the mayor, the field of candidates running for mayor of New York City is a little more crowded. Andrew Yang is running for mayor. I'm running for mayor.

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"mary bruce" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"mary bruce" Discussed on KGO 810

"Split their time so that they know buying is able to get to work on his agenda at the same time that a Senate trial can be held. BC's Mary Bruce A week before inauguration, the FBI and Secret Service briefed the president elect according to his transition team. He was told about the potential for additional violence in the coming days. The team says Biden is taking the threats incredibly seriously. It's unclear whether there will be any changes to a NARC to security. BC's Pierre Thomas Security concerns of spurred by them to skip the Amtrak trip to Washington for his inauguration. The arrests keep coming in the wake of the deadly pro Trump rally at the U. S. Capitol, Lonnie Kaufman, now in custody. Authorities seizing from Kaufman struck multiple firearms, a crossbow and a cooler containing particularly lethal homemade Molotov cocktails. And Robert Keith Hacker arrested in Newport News Virginia law enforcement, saying he was the writer wearing a hoody with the words Camp Auschwitz on it. A B C's Martha Raddatz On the pandemic. The government says nearly all metropolitan areas over a half million in population are seeing a full resurgence. Sea of covert 19, The Koven tracking project reports 4022 deaths in the latest reporting period, third time the daily Death toll in the pandemic top 4000 former Michigan governor, Rick Snyder, has been charged with willful neglect of duty in connection with the Flint water Tobacco. He could get upto two years in jail. You're listening.

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Trump becomes only U.S. president to be impeached twice

News, Traffic and Weather

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Trump becomes only U.S. president to be impeached twice

"Trump said he would be different than any four of the president's to come before him. Today, he became the only one to be impeached twice members approving a single article. Incitement of insurrection for last week's deadly attack on the U. S. Capitol, ABC senior congressional correspondent Mary Bruce freshman representative Cori Bush, imploring her colleagues to take a stand root out white supremacy, starting with impeaching the white supremacist in chief Democrats challenging their Republican colleagues to think beyond politics reflect on your legacy. Just over a year ago, No Republicans voted to impeach the president. But tonight 10 did. That is why, with a heavy heart and clear resolved I will vote Yes, on these articles of impeachment, maybe

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"mary bruce" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"mary bruce" Discussed on KOMO

"KOMO Seattle KOMO FM Oakville 20 minutes of nonstop news starts now straight ahead after ABC Brian Harris with Washington Republicans in favor of a second Donald Trump impeachment. Governor Jay Inslee begins his third term in office on Charlie Harder with what he says His priorities are for the coming year from ABC News. I'm Jerry Aldinger. President Trump is urging Americans to come together a week after a deadly attack on the U. S. Capitol unequivocally condemned the violence. That we saw last week, but his message may be too late. Hours earlier, the House voted to impeach him for an unprecedented second time in connection with the violence that followed his stop the steel rally. NBC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl, I'm told he is angry about the vote. That's not surprising. He's also clearly scared. He's clearly frightened about what comes next about the stain of a conviction in the Senate. If that were to happen and what it would mean to him what it would mean to him, practically stripping him of the parks of the post presidency. Articles will eventually be sent to the Senate. Mr Trial could begin would be January 20th Inauguration day now as for whether they will have the votes to kill Victor. We know Republican leader Mitch McConnell thinks President Trump committed an impeachable offenses. But he told his members that he has yet to make a final decision on how he will vote. That means that the Republican leader is open to possibly convicting President Trump, ABC Senior congressional correspondent Mary Bruce Johnson and Johnson making progress on its covert vaccine company reports in early phase one and two studies. The vaccine showed good antibody and immune response to covert 19 after just a single dose. Blood samples from volunteers showed there anybody response appears to have lasted at least 71 days. While those results are promising. The big question is how the vaccine performed in the larger phase three trial, The company expects to have that data ready at the end of January and hopes for FDA authorization by mid February. Marco Malard ABC News The White House coronavirus Task force is almost every metro area of the U. S, with a population of half a million or greater, is seeing a full resurgence of the van. Iris. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected..

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Democrats demand investigation of whether Republicans in Congress aided Washington, DC rioters

Buck Sexton

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Democrats demand investigation of whether Republicans in Congress aided Washington, DC rioters

"Mary Bruce, many Democrats are demanding an investigation into why so many people were given Capitol tours the day before the attack. Several Democrats think the cabin Will attack may have been in part and inside job. They witnessed massive tours of people seeing the capital layout just the day before the attack. Some Democrats so alarm they reported them to the sergeant at arms because they had restricted or eliminated tours during Cove. It those Democrats demanding an investigation to find who let those people in and if they were doing research for the next

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"mary bruce" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"mary bruce" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The Republican side of the aisle, pushing for impeachment. ABC is Mary Bruce has more on how the rest of Republicans on Capitol Hill are reacting to the impeachment discussion. We have seen Republicans in the last several days walking this very fine line, many of them coming out. Criticizing the president's behavior, even condemning some of his language but being very hesitant to go so far as to say that he committed impeachable offenses and should actually be impeached. Liz Cheney went there on that gives license to other Republicans to go ahead and follow suit. And we should say there's movement is well over in the Senate and Vice President Mike Pence last night, saying he will not invoke the 25th amendment against the president after the House passed a resolution calling for him to do so. That is most likely setting the stage for an impeachment vote Later today in the House of Representatives. Will President elect Joe Biden plans to roll out his ideas for another round of stimulus money tomorrow. We'll have more on that throughout the morning, and it's being called a champion caliber effort. Gillette Stadium has been named as Massachusetts first Mass Covert 19 vaccination site. With first responders expected to receive their first dose next week. WBC's James RoHaas joining US live with more details this morning. Good morning, James. Good morning, Jim. So Gillette and the craft organizations say they are proud to do their part to help save lives and defend against the spread of the virus. Governor Baker making that announcement that the stadium ready to play a big role in this effort The big hope on the horizon is the arrival of more vaccines and the ability to distribute them and make them available to people. But in the meantime, everybody still got to do their part. Stop.

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"mary bruce" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"mary bruce" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"O D and I are radio station. From ABC News. I'm Richard can sue. The FBI is warning about potential armed protests leading up to President elect Biden's inauguration. FBI bulletin Alerting law enforcement across the country that on protests are being planned at all. 50 State capitols through Inauguration Day intelligence, pointing to an unnamed armed group calling for the storming of government buildings in courthouses it President Trump is removed before January. 20th baby Sees Pierre Thomas. The second impeachment of the outgoing president is underway. House Democrats are now moving quickly to try and remove Trump from office, introducing a single article of impeachment, charging the president with incitement of insurrection for inciting violence against government, United States by urging his followers to March on the Capitol, NBC's Mary Bruce, Democrats are pushing first for vice president Pence in the Cabinet to invoke the 25th amendment and forced the president out If that doesn't happen, impeachment, Percy Things are set for Wednesday to Capitol police officers have been suspended for their actions during the storming of the capital, Ohio. Congressman Tim Ryan is leading one of the investigations. There were two people suspended. One was the SELFIE officer. And another was an officer who had put up mega hat on and started directing some people around automaker Hyundai is adding about 471,000 Sport Utes to a recall first issued in September. It covers certain 2016 through 18 and additional 2020 through 21. Hyundai Tucson's The antilock brake computers can malfunction, leading to fires The automakers aware of a dozen fires, but no injuries on days. His owners will be notified next month. Until then Park the vehicle.

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Biden invites Pence to inauguration, calls Trump ‘incompetent' and says it’s good he won't attend

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:20 min | 2 years ago

Biden invites Pence to inauguration, calls Trump ‘incompetent' and says it’s good he won't attend

"Elect joe biden tonight reacting to the news that president trump now says he will not attend the inauguration the president elect saying that's a good thing biden just twelve days from taking office today saying again. President trump is not fit to serve leaving talk of impeachment though to congress. And what about vice president. Mike pence who condemned the mob long before the president did. Will he be at the inauguration. Here's mary bruce. With calls to impeach president trump growing president elect joe biden. Today did not hold back calling trump on worthy of the office and an embarrassment. I've been saying for now well over year. he's not fit to serve. he's not fit to serve. Is one of the most incompetent presidents in the history of the united states of america. And so the idea that. I think he shouldn't be out of office. Yesterday is not issue and he had harsh words to for the president's supporters. Who stormed the capital there. Bunch of thugs insurrectionist white supremacist and semites. And they're terrorists domestic terrorist and that'll be a judgment for the the justice department to make to what the charges should be the different series. This had the active encouragement of city. President of the united states biden. Making it clear. He thinks trump bears responsibility for inciting the chaos. But instead of focusing on trump's fate says he's focused on the challenges ahead and hitting the ground running and on the news. That trump will not be at the inauguration. The president-elect said this one of the few things. I've ever agreed on a good thing. I'm not sure know all right. Mary's with president trump says he will not attend but a lot of focus on the vice president as well. Mike pence of course condemned the writers long before the president did the vice president. We all watch late that night. The senate chamber with harsh words for the riders. He was applauded by both democrats and republicans in that senate chamber any word tonight. Will he be at the inauguration. All david biden says that the vice president is welcome and that he would be honored to have him there adding that he thinks it's important as much as they can to stick to the traditions of the transfer of power. But tonight we're told the vice president hasn't decided yet whether or not he'll attend

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"mary bruce" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"mary bruce" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"ABC News. I'm Brian Clark. Law enforcement around the country is looking for the people who stormed the U. S Capital on Wednesday. Dozens of arrests have been made in Washington, D. C. Attorney general Karl Racine tells ABC. We're gonna investigate not only those mobsters But also those who incited the violence. That violence is now claimed the life of a police officer 42 year old Capitol Hill Police officer Brian Sick. Nick died overnight of injuries sustained in the line of duty Wednesday. More from ABC is Chief justice correspondent Pierre Thomas. With the death of that officer, the stakes are even higher. Police will want to know if he was assaulted and if that mob played a role in his death Wasn't murdered. All this as Democrats and Republicans called this breach massive and shocking failure. And now resignations have come from the chief of the Capitol Hill police, along with the sergeant at arms in the House and Senate. Those were demanded by congressional leaders, some of whom want the president to be next. With Trump's support in Washington crumbling, the president is calling for the nation to hell. And finally admitting the reality he is denied. For more than two months, a new administration will be inaugurated on January. 20th. My focus now turns to ensuring a smooth, orderly and seamless transition of power. But that admission may be too little. Too late. Trump is facing growing calls for him to go now. Democratic leaders are urging Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th amendment and immediately removed Trump from office. Baby sees Mary Bruce the U. S economy suffered a big loss last month and Jobs is a B C's Erica too risky. The U. S economy lost 140,000 jobs in December, The Labor Department said it reflects a recent increase in Corona virus cases and efforts to contain the pandemic. The leisure and hospitality and private education sectors were particularly hard hit. All this is coronavirus deaths reached a new level across the country. Thursday was the first day the U. S saw more than 4000 deaths in a 24 hour period. You're listening to ABC news. The I R. S Okay, let's get outside and check traffic..

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"mary bruce" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"mary bruce" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"You start hearing there were patients not be gathering here. There's not far one police officer in London, trying to keep a crown from gathering near Big Ben celebration scaled down across the globe because of covert 19. But ABC is Monaco star. Romney said one large city was able to go forward with its celebrations in Wuhan, China, where the first known cove in 19 case was recorded. More than a year ago. Hundreds gathered to celebrate after strict lockdown orders. The city has not recorded a new covert 19 case in months. Meanwhile, in the U. S, the vaccine rollout has not gone off without a hitch nationwide, the CDC says about 2.7 million people have received their first dose that's far short of the goal of 20 million. Set by Operation Warp speed. As for another problem, ABC today, Norman has details. Pharmacist is under arrest, accused of intentionally destroying 500 doses of the Madonna vaccine. Authorities say the Milwaukee pharmacist admitted to removing the doses from a freezer and then putting them back. Several hours later, Healthcare workers were forced to then throw them away. 57 people received those injections, which may not be effective chances of Americans getting $2000 stimulus checks appeared to dim, the Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell said. Socialism for rich people is a terrible way to help the American families that are actually struggling. ABC is Mary Bruce says he will play a key role with the incoming Biden administration in 2021. So much of Joe Biden's agenda is really going to be riding on his relationship with Mitch McConnell. Especially of course, if Republicans retain control of the Senate. They do have a very Real personal relationship. And Joe Biden is adamant that because he has these kinds of relationships with Republicans that he is going to be able to work across the aisle, bring back some bipartisanship toe. But one of the Republican senators in the Georgia run off David Produce in quarantine. He was exposed to someone who tested positive for the coronavirus. You're listening to it. Gruber Law offices..

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17 states and Trump join Texas' lawsuit

World News This Week

01:43 min | 2 years ago

17 states and Trump join Texas' lawsuit

"Lawmakers have passed a bill that would avert a government shutdown. This week. The senate passing a defense funding bill that the president has threatened to veto because it doesn't punish social media firms that he says we're biased. During the election the president also showing no signs of conceding. The election he lost is allies this week signing onto another legal challenge. They are taking to supreme court. Abc's mary bruce has more on the nation's day of the cova crisis. President trump hosted a packed holiday party inside at the white house. Ignoring both the science of the virus and it's deadly told the president is also ignoring the reality that he lost to joe biden by more than seven million votes and his brazenly calling on the supreme court to overturn the election. Republican attorneys general in seventeen states are backing him up joining the texas a. g. and asking the supreme court to invalidate the results in four states. Trump lost georgia pennsylvania michigan and wisconsin. The brief is riddled with factual inaccuracies and conspiracy. Theories trump is also pressuring members of congress to sign on republican congressman. Mike johnson telling his colleagues trump will be taking names and his quote anxiously awaiting the final list to review. Trump's troops are falling in line in an extraordinary move one hundred six house. Republicans are now supporting the suit but texas senator republican john cornyn onboard saying he's quote struggling to understand the case mitt romney summing it up in just one word

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Joe Biden's son Hunter Biden under federal investigation for tax case

Gaydos and Chad

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Joe Biden's son Hunter Biden under federal investigation for tax case

"Elect Biden's son is under investigation like Son Hunter. Biden says he is being investigated by federal prosecutors in Delaware over his taxes. The specifics, though of this case, Are unclear. But in a statement Hunter Biden says he's taking the matter very seriously and is confident that he handled his affairs. Quote legally and appropriately, sources tonight tell us that this investigation began in 2018 well before his father, Joe Biden launched his candidates. ABC is Mary Bruce in Washington.

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Congress could pass coronavirus stimulus deal before Christmas

WBZ Midday News

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Congress could pass coronavirus stimulus deal before Christmas

"And continuing to urge Democrats and Republicans in Congress together bipartisan stimulus compromise completed if possible. Before his January inauguration. ABC News Senior congressional correspondent Mary Bruce says any of the conversations about a possible deal may have to be done behind closed doors. For the time being. Republicans are in a bit of a box here, and that's because they don't want to publicly break with President Trump and because the president still won't admit Joe Biden has in fact won this election. Republicans were in a really tricky position as they may try toe work with Joe Biden and his team. It's one of the reasons why if they have talked, you aren't likely to see McConnell and bite and coming out and sharing that. Biden said yesterday that another round of coronavirus stimulus checks for families may still be in play.

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What another stimulus deal could mean for jobless benefits

WBZ Morning News

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

What another stimulus deal could mean for jobless benefits

"Less than seven weeks until President elect Biden's inauguration. The president elect continues to urge Democrats and Republicans in Congress to get the bipartisan stimulus compromise completed and if possible before his inauguration, NBC's senior congressional correspondent Mary Bruce says. Any of the conversations about a possible deal might have to be done behind closed doors. Republicans are in a bit of a box here, and that's because they don't want to publicly break with President Trump. And because the president still won't admit to Joe Biden has, in fact won this election. Republicans were in a really tricky position as they may try toe work with Joe Biden and his team. It's one of the reasons why if they have talked, you aren't likely to see McConnell and bite and coming out and sharing that Button said yesterday another round of coronavirus. Stimulus checks for families might still be in play.

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Pelosi says COVID relief could be attached to omnibus funding bill

News, Traffic and Weather

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Pelosi says COVID relief could be attached to omnibus funding bill

"And majority leader Mitch McConnell indicating progress over a coronavirus relief bill with President elect Wang in Joe Biden today, stepping in to implore Congress to come together. Pass a badly needed covert relief bill. The president elect is urging Democrats and Republicans to back a new $900 billion compromise, calling it an urgent and critical first step. The bill includes $300 in weekly federal unemployment benefits for roughly four months. $160 billion in state and local aid and $288 billion to support small business. NBC's Mary Bruce

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Joe Biden calls out Trump's refusal to cooperate with transition

The Troubleshooter

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Joe Biden calls out Trump's refusal to cooperate with transition

"Trump's refusal to concede Is hurting the fight against the virus. Joe Biden is promising Americans that he could get this pandemic under control. He's trying to plow ahead but is the Trump administration blocks him from critical data and resource is the president elect is growing increasingly frustrated, saying it's time to put politics aside and save American lives. That's a B C's Mary Bruce. President Trump's lawyer,

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Georgia's secretary of state says Graham suggested throwing out ballots

Tony and Dwight

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Georgia's secretary of state says Graham suggested throwing out ballots

"With the results of the lost clear Donald Trump still refusing to concede the race. Besides a mounting pile of failed legal attempts, there are now allegations that Trump allies are putting pressure on lawmakers in battleground states. NBC's Mary Bruce explains with a recount underway in Georgia. It's secretary of State, a Republican, tells the Washington Post. He's facing pressure from his own party, including top Trump allies, Senator Lindsey Graham to toss out legally legally cast cast ballots ballots and and attempt attempt to to overturn overturn Biden's Biden's narrow narrow victory victory in in the the state. state. Graham Graham denies denies the the claim. claim. I I never never said said that that I I said said Do Do you you have have Power, Power, his his secretary of state to require bipartisan verification of this signature. But the atmosphere in Georgia so tense, the secretary of state says he's receiving death threats. Your Your next next news news update update is is at at 11 11 I'm I'm Will Will Clark Clark News News Radio Radio Way Way 40 40 W. W. H H A A s s This This

Trump's coronavirus taskforce reportedly not permitted to brief Biden's team

The Troubleshooter

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Trump's coronavirus taskforce reportedly not permitted to brief Biden's team

"The Trump Administration Coronavirus response team say they're not permitted by the White House to brief the Biden team A B C's Mary Bruce. The concern here, of course, is that without a smooth transition, it could impact or hinder the rollout of a vaccine. Biden and his team are trying to get ahead of this this week. I'll be meeting with some of the vaccine producers and today Biden and Kamila Harris will be speaking out about their plan for an economic recovery. They are trying to forge ahead even as their hands are tied.

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