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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
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.
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
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
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
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.
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
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
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
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
"mary bruce" Discussed on KOMO
"Is urgent. This is emergency of the highest magnitude, but it's not just Democrats. At least one Republican congressman Adam Kinzinger, is also on board. All indications are that the president has become unmoored not just from his duty. Or even his up, but from reality itself. It's time we would know the 25th amendment and two in this nightmare. Even the president's former chief of staff, John Kelly, says if he were still a Cabinet member, he would support the president's removal. I think the cabinet shouldn't In in discusses what happened on Capitol Hill. You know there is a direct result of his poisoning the minds of people with lies and frauds. Former Attorney General Bill Bar also piling on one of Trump's closest allies before leaving office bar now saying, orchestrating a mob to pressure Congress. Is inexcusable. The president's conduct was a betrayal of his office and supporters and overnight more defections from the administration Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announcing she's out. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, the wife of Mitch McConnell is also resigning in protest. Along with eight other members of the Trump team. A majority of the Cabinet would have to agree that the president is unfit for office to remove him. Sources tell ABC News members of the Cabinet have had detailed conversations about it. But it's unlikely to happen. The other option. Democrats say they may move to impeach the president again, and sources say some Republicans are also privately discussing the idea. The president elect isn't commenting on Trump's fate. But in a blistering condemnation, Joe Biden put blame for the insurrection squarely on the president. We could See it coming. He at least And all out assault on our institutions of our democracy from the outset and yesterday was but the culmination of that unrelenting attack Now, despite these growing calls, invoking the 25th amendment seems unlikely at this point and impeaching the president again in just 12 days would be near impossible to pull off. But even a post presidency conviction could prevent Trump. Ever holding Federal office again. ABC is Mary Bruce common whose time 10 50 propel insurance Business update time The U. S Public Interest Research Group Education Fund has found that Amazon vendors doubled prices last year on 136 products considered essential for consumers. Health providers and small businesses during the pandemic. The report analyzed prices of 750 essential supplies such as toilet paper in hand sanitizer sold over the online retail site. From last December, 2019 to 2020 and sellers of 409 products raised prices more than 20%. Another 136 items doubled in price. Here comes the car of the future diamonds. Mercedes Benz has unveiled a key interior component of it some upcoming electric luxury sedan, a large curved screen that sweeps across almost the entire width of the car in place of a conventional dashboard. It uses artificial intelligence. That's your money. Now we're still mixed on Wall Street. The Dow, though, is tumbling. It's down 190 points now. Sitting currently a 8 30,051, the S and P. 500 is down 10 and a quarter to 37 93, the NASDAQ maintaining some gains, but they're starting to dwindle or 17 and three quarter point game for the data 13,085 it to propel insurance business update Coming Who's time? 10 51 have been fed. That's a fact. That's a fact. My credit card purchases. Give me cash back, Kyle purchases Give me cash back. No one else gets these reboard such and that is just playing us through. What in tarnation, Sir Penn Fed's para cash rewards card isn't just for military members. Anyone can get cash back on all purchases. Figgins, you've ruined my favorites. On.
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
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.
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.
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.
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
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,
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 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.
"mary bruce" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Mary Bruce. The Supreme Court hearing arguments over the Republican effort to strike down Obama care. And while the court now has a conservative majority, they could overturn the law to conservative justices appear to be going the other way to key conservatives. Chief Justice John Roberts. Brett Kavanaugh were pretty unambiguous. In singling. They're not going to go that far. They almost explicitly said the mandate could be severed. They said Congress clearly intended for the bulk of the law, It's raining remain intact on Chief Justice John Roberts even went so far, Isa say, at one point that opponents of Obama care may have wanted the court to kill the law, he said, But It's not our job. ABC is Devon Dwyer. You're listening from the W Y o d 24 hour traffic center. While the flood advisory is still on, you still need to stay away from low lying areas, so don't take any chances driving through standing water. Turnpike North found ramp from Red Road is closed because of flooding. And now construction on that ramp. Right lane is closed on the exit ramp from the dolphin westbound a 137th avenue in both directions of I 95 cruiser at work between airport Expressway and Northwest 151st Street. I'm Paul Cross news radio. 6 10 w y o D. Ahh. Tropical Storm warning is now in effect for the Florida West coast from Veneto Beach in Lee County to the Swanee River Tropical Storm Ada is strengthening as it's moving north and expected to move inland north of Citrus.
"mary bruce" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Your voice your votes more poll for the closing soon, including those in North Carolina and in Pennsylvania to hotly contested states. Democrat Joe Biden is at home in Delaware watching returns and win or lose his ticket. It is making history haven't gotten everybody out. Get Biden's team outside ING for every last vote, his running mate, Kamala Harris, in Detroit, Michigan House runs right through this. She, too, could make history tonight. PARIS The first black woman the first Asian American on a major presidential ticket, potentially becoming the first woman ever to be vice president sees Mary Bruce President Trump has invited about 400 people to an election night party at the White House. Not far from there, a crowd gathering in black lives matter Plaza to wait out the results with continuing coverage area Aldinger ABC News were on one of the most challenging parts of today in Massachusetts. The voting process was the ballot questions. Some people were confused by some of them and W. B. C's Carl Stevens is here. There were two ballot questions, Carl. Yeah, You're absolutely right. Ben Bella Question number one is to update the right to repair law to give shops access. The wireless data on vehicles question to calls for rank Choice voting. There's been a lot of money spent on advertising with both issues. But Evan Horowitz with the Center for State Policy Analysis, Tufts University Tells me that's not unusual, though, usually end up.
"mary bruce" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"It's time that is a B. C's Mary Bruce. It is not too late to get it in. The mail just has to be postmarked by Monday. Here in Ohio, the presidential candidates are spending their final days of the campaign, concentrating on key swing states, which are too close to call today. It's the Midwest that's getting all the attention from the presidential candidates. President Trump Hold rallies in Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota. Joe Biden travels toe Ooh, a Minnesota and Wisconsin for his campaign events. More than 82 Million Americans have already voted nearly 60% of the total votes cast in 2016. Karen Travers, ABC News, Wilmington, Delaware. Quinnipiac University, whose poll got it Right in 2016, showing a Donald Trump overtook Hillary Clinton in Ohio before it happened well, this new poll shows that Joe Biden now has a five point lead. Big change from 2016. The president has lost support of independent voters and women. Ah Westwood Man has been arrested for stealing from two elderly people. Police say that Ah, it's actually a woman, Jennifer hearthe. Has a prior history of stealing from elderly people and has been arrested before she was arraigned on Friday. Louisville Metro Police officer Jonathan Mattingly was shot in the leg during a deadly raid that killed Briana Taylor. Now he is filing a lawsuit against Kenneth Walker, her boyfriend. Saying that the man shot him in the leg. Although there is conflicting evidence that says it may not have been Walker's gun that hit Mattingly will find out on Wall Street. The Dow's down 435 points. The NASDAQ is off by three or six. And the S and P five hundred's down 61 eye. Sandy Collins our next update at 11 30 on NewsRadio 700 wlw. If you think we're.
"mary bruce" Discussed on KOMO
"Ticking down before the first debate between President Trump and Joe Biden, the president known for a confrontational style and his willingness to go low against any opponent. ABC is Mary Bruce tells us Joe Biden strategy is to remain focused on the people he's there deserve. We know he's eager to talk about the president's taxes and his business record. And in the midst of this pandemic, he's also likely to hammer issue of healthcare. And even though Biden has flatly labeled the president a liar Don't expect him here tonight. Spend a lot of time fact checking the president instead. We're told he wants to spend all of his time You're speaking directly to the American people. That's a bee sees Mary Bruce Disney laying off 28,000 employees due to prolonged Corona virus closures of his California based theme parks. The jobs will come from across its parks, experiences and consumer products divisions. Disney's head of parks, Josh, the Marios has approximately two thirds of the workers are part time employees. The company shares fell less than 2% of the closing bell on Wall Street today. History made at the B E T hit pop award nominations. And I can not play that all my computer froze so baby pulling up to the BT hip hop awards with the most nominations. 12, including making History is the first artist with two entries for album of the Year for Kirk and Blame it on Baby in the category is up against future Little Baby making The Stallion and Roddy Rich was the second most nods with 11 Show airs October 27th. And that baby sees Jason Nathan's heavy or two voices..
"mary bruce" Discussed on KGO 810
"Earning is the first woman and first Jewish person to ever lie in state at the U. S. Capitol. Justice did not arrive like a lightning bolt, but rather Through dogged persistence. All the days of her life. Really change, she said. Enduring change happens one step at a time Tribe by Lauren Holt's clients. Speaking at the service that was attended by Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his running mate, Kamala Harris, Democrats have been reacting to President Trump's continued refusals to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the election. More on that from ABC is Mary Bruce Joe Biden has been warning that Trump might try to quote steal this election. His campaign says they won't let it happen without a fight, assembling a massive election protection program prepared to challenge any threats to the voting system in court, saying in a statement, they'll quote combat any attempt by Donald Trump to create fear and confusion with our voting system or interfere in the Democratic process. 17 year old accused in the fatal shooting of two people in Kenosha, Wisconsin, fighting extradition from Illinois, appearing at an extradition hearing in Lake County, Illinois. V a zoom the Mask. Kyle Rittenhouse only spoke once during the 10 minute long proceeding Morning, Mr Riton House or your Honor his attorney's challenging extradition. Wisconsin by writ of habeas corpus. He'll remain in juvenile detention in Illinois until at least October 9th, his attorney, also asking for access to a laptop to be able to show evidence to his clients. Ryan Burrow, ABC NEWS Chicago, Lauren So, Johnson set to be arraigned today. He's the man accused of wounding to Louisville police officers in a shooting that was during protest Wednesday over a grand jury decision not to directly indict officers involved in the shooting death of Briana..
"mary bruce" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Mary Bruce near the White House with an ongoing protests this please hold several tennis player ups between demonstrators and service all stretched for several blocks in either direction passionately voicing their opposition to police brutality ABC's Mary Bruce near the White House you're listening to ABC news say no to a news ninety three point one K. at the K. this is bill white along with our KPK news team as we continue our coverage of through the evening or also live everywhere on the I heart radio app you can hear some of the big fifty thousand watt blowtorch fifteen thirty A. M. it's well most of the western states and appreciate you joining us tonight normally regular programming here but a lot of lot of breaking news and also here in Sacramento and let's go to Cape decays Amanda Carroll who has been watching the situation here in Sacramento and that will have ten lance right after that Amanda thanks bellow will getting some more images of what has happened during the daylight in Sacramento her earlier you heard that there were individuals that kind of bashed in really kicked in the windows of the jail downtown and then someone spray painting the F. bomb on the windows that were broken and shattered they did not get through the doors but they were broke and now I'm seeing an image on Twitter from the sack B. of the statues that were defaced outside of the California state library you know it's a very regal building at a beautiful building looks a lot like the capitol building and you see there was spray paint again with the F. bomb the police said and one of those statues at the entrance of the face was painted black and then there was a sign put on it it's a black lives matter so that's the damage that we've seen in Sacramento yes it's graffiti yes there are broken windows but again as we've been saying all evening they're not fires they're not buildings being burned down in downtown Sacramento and we're very grateful for that even hearing reports of people intervening and trying to help the protesters that could have turned more like rioters and to calm them down saying no that's not who we're going to be in Sacramento it's tough to see these images of the these are places that we love defaced but again not as bad as what we're hearing that's happening around the country about okay very good that certificates Amanda Carroll Tim lance joins us up and actually leave Louise our technical producer leave leave both Amanda and Tim live so that we can have a little conversation here and also getting the KPK Veronica Carter texts from her she might be joining us shortly here I I noticed in that term Tim have you jump in here I'm noticing a couple of trends here particularly in the as a reporter and a veteran reporter has been out in the field and you know what that's like in particular in the circumstances and I'm just gonna tell you honestly we have chosen not to send our people out into this because there are a lot of other sources that we can get and it's downright dangerous I see the veteran WCCO TV reporter in Minneapolis looks a photographer has been arrested and I'm I'm trying to find out what that's about Hey are you seen anything on that and and maybe Amanda if you see that too it it looks like he's just kind of in the wrong place at the wrong time because once police and the National Guard move in you have got to move out right yeah absolutely I haven't seen that specific report but I have seen all the reports from media outlets all over the country bill where there's they they have said it it's been at least four or five cases that I've seen tweets that have come out within about the last ninety minutes where they said that their reporters were in one case they use the word harassed of other cases they said that the police were not cooperative with them whatever that particular situation was and what that means but I have been seen that I'm also seeing right now is as we speak the C. H. P. at the capitol right now has begun to expand their perimeter they have a line of officers who are each of the entrances it looks like to the state capitol right now in Sacramento and within about the last five minutes they have begun to expand that line and actually push the protesters back just a few feet at a time so that's what we're seeing right now here Amanda yes that WCCO reporter is that who you're asking about bill that had been arrested or it was a PSPO reporting about the CNN reporter that was arrested a couple evenings ago and then the governor of Minnesota actually apologize for that but you're right it was actually in the wrong place at the wrong time that just trying to do their job and in the way and we're obviously really ever going to something else I just found it here we go okay I just found it here if I'm sorry you know we're all her scrolling through some things that's how we do it today veteran WCCO photographers under arrest taken into custody by the state patrol this is in Minneapolis ward winning photographer Tom avails was struck by.
"mary bruce" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Mary Bruce with more on that line is under increasing pressure now to address these allegations himself as voters you sort of try to figure out what to make of all of this especially for women Biden prides himself on being an advocate for women and women's rights so a lot of women out there want to hear directly from the candidates we have not heard directly from the candidate Biden has not responded to Reid's claims a capping a campaign staffer has denied the assault ever took place though well the pandemic is hurting the economy we know that it's also hurting the US postal service big time there's been a major decline in mail deliveries and that's a big source of revenue for the post office the post office says it could run out of cash by the end of the September so what about federal aid for them president trump says not until the US postal service charges internet companies more to deliver those packages the president's made no secret he doesn't like Amazon or its founder Jeff Bezos and says he won't help the post office until charges companies like Amazon more to reduce the rates and packages because they lose a fortune on packages but the US postal commission says that's not true the post office can't legally ship anything for less than the cost and that shippers including Amazon generated seven billion for the post office last year Andy field ABC news Washington Boston University launches a probe into possible cheating by students who have moved online Madison Rogers with this store Aston university student newspaper the daily free press it says the allegations have to do with the apt check a subscription based tutoring service where students can send in questions and get answers professors in the physics and chemistry departments and university officials these are working with tag on the investigation after evidence came out that students in the physics and chemistry departments were using the app to cheat on quizzes the daily free press says an email sent out to students in those departments saying if they admit to cheating their grade will be dropped a letter students who don't come forward and are busted will fail the course Chegg's website states students are prohibited from using it cheap and they'll cooperate with any university investigation into potential cheating Madison Rogers WBZ Boston news radio everybody is online so many people are online right now and there are increased internet outages bad timing with many people working from home what if the internet were to crash well apparently it has in some areas according to the network intelligence firm thousand eyes internet outages have hit record highs during the coronavirus lockdown and not just in the U. S. but around the world outages hit a peak in March then eased off at the start of April but last week there was another spike in reported issues all of this comes as network operators have been working behind the scenes making changes to meet unprecedented demand Jim Chevy CBS news new research out this morning shows that corona virus arrived earlier than first thought in Italy we go to Rome and ABC's Megan Williams who's there researchers say the first infections from Corbett nineteen in the Milan region of Italy go back at least to January twenty sixth almost a month before the first official case scientists have traced a series of covert cases back to their first symptoms whose appearance was confirmed through medical records the first viral signs with some five hundred patients in the Milan region emerged only a few days after China put lu Han were covered originated under quarantine Meghan Williams ABC news Rome mass cancellations sweeping changes to daily life now under way in Massachusetts market meltdown bottom falls out on wall street's self quarantine this is the time shared sacrifice and I know first hand that we are capable of that here and see what the new normal in America stay informed stay safe and stay with WBZ Boston news radio coming up the new coronavirus action figures listen good Robert change your life at the age of fifty five I started putting on weight and I got to the weight of about two hundred and ten pounds always hungry that here we are not the less energy iPad and about six months ago I started taking the anthro four hundred and I started realizing I had more energy I felt better and my mind is clear and I started losing weight I left my next weight to fifteen and now I'm down to one seventy six my waist size has dropped from thirty eight at thirty two and I've lost the love handles had on my side and.
"mary bruce" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"No audience ABC's Mary Bruce has more on the viruses impact on Sunday night's debate coronavirus is completely up ended the campaign trail really grinding it to a halt and you saw that from the very first moment of this debate rage Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders taking the stage with an elbow bump no handshake no live audience either and it was corona virus and the response to the dominated the entire evening and what really was more of a conversation it felt a lot of times than a debate but there was some big news to come out of the debate former vice president Joe Biden the former like to present my my cabinet my can ministration will look like the country and I commit that I will in fact appoint a I'm take a woman to be vice president of Bernie Sanders it's not just nominating of a woman it is making sure that we have a progressive women and their all progressive women out there so my very strong tendency is to move in that direction debate on CNN from Washington without a studio audience and podiums farther apart for coronavirus social distancing chucks Iverson ABC news in Italy more are dying and being left to die one week into the nation wide lockdown and the coal to stay home the numbers of Italians infected from corona virus continues to rise now close to twenty five thousand health workers nurses and doctors infected R. seven hundred hospitals lack beds and ventilators and cannot cope with the growing number of sick they are having to choose who to treat the death toll has surpassed eighteen hundred CBS's Sabina castle Franco reporting from Rome the Vatican cancels public Easter celebrations the Vatican has announced pope Francis will not lead to any public celebrations for Easter due to the.
"mary bruce" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Air force straight from the source under subpoena former special counsel robert muller will testify before congress july seventeenth and open joint meeting of the house judiciary and intelligence committees it stands the possibly affect the push for impeaching president trump he comes to impeach democrats all along have said they need to things they need by partisan support in public bryant part of building that support it is publicly airing the findings of the miller report now they will have a chance to do that and it'll be coming from muller a._b._c.'s mary bruce in washington south korean president moon jae in says north korea in the u._s. or holding behind the scenes talks to arrange of third summit between president trump and kim jong hoon a congressional showdown is looming over a humanitarian aid package without of migrant families and unaccompanied children detained by the u._s. the house passed a four and a half billion dollar package tuesday night it now heads to the senate which is likely to make changes richard cantu a._b._c. news ketu weather brought to you by standard t._v. and appliance well we are starting to see an active weather pattern because of an upper level low that's pushing into the region so that means afternoon showers and thunderstorms some of which could be heavy and even see some lightning strikes out there like we did on tuesday but more frequent where wednesday and thursday i'm very low experience on your side watch meteorologist run to shelby on k._o._a. news this morning coin ever you want it all you have to do is alexa play ninety k. acts on iheartradio finally thanks for asking you're listening to coast to coast a._m. with george noory and of course next hour will start taking calls with mister william henry as we talk about his incredible work as an investigative mythologised about incredible paranormal date dot com approaching eighty six thousand members you would think people would be getting married by leaps and bounds while some of them are actually they're having fun but we're four hundred shy of that eighty six eighty six thousand members of sign up it's free at paranormal date dot com paranormal date dot com looking for ways to preserve youth and look spectacular give this a try are things about the face that so many adults complain about as the age namely bags under the is horse crow's-feet fine lines and.
"mary bruce" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Leading to mass arrests, but there is just not the infrastructure or the manpower to be able to successfully deport millions of people at one time, meantime, the temp in mcallen, Texas is forecast to touch one hundred degrees today. But already, it's feeling more like one hundred and twelve ABC's. Jim Ryan says it is so hot. It's dangerous, and it soon could have a terrible impact on the migrant caravans. It used to be that when the phone rang at the police station in Sullivan city, Texas population four thousand chief Richard Osuna had a good idea who was on the other end would regain calls for the USA, retro. But a recent Lola illegal border crossings has settled in along with the extreme heat customs is still on track to apprehend a million undocumented immigrants between the ports of entry during this fiscal year, locally a judge blocks. Federal authorities from arresting people at bay state courthouses for civil immigration offenses, while a lawsuit plays out the ruling comes in a case against ice from public defenders in to state. Prosecutors the suit claims that is is scaring victims and defendants away from court making it harder for prosecutors in the end an Email seeking comment has been sent to ice. There's a growing backlash over. Former vice president Joe. Oh, Biden and comments. He made about being able to work with some hardcore segregationists in the Senate about forty years ago. ABC's. Mary Bruce is covering on Capitol Hill is facing sharp criticism for recalling his work with to staunch segregationist. At a fundraiser, Tuesday, Biden, describing Senator Herman Talmadge of Georgia as one of the meanest guys I ever knew. But adding, well, guess what? At least there was some civility, we got things done. And recalling Senator James Eastland of Mississippi Biden said he never called me. Boy, he.
"mary bruce" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"He said he would take it tonight, Democrats, outrage even some. Republicans expressing alarm and ABC's. Mary Bruce is on the hill. Tonight, Democrats are outraged even some Republicans couldn't believe it. When the president said he would take dirt from a foreign power on his opponent in twenty twenty if somebody called. From a country. Norway, we have information on your own. Oh, I think I'd wanna hear you want that kind of interference in our elections. They have information. I think I'd take it if I thought there was something wrong. I'd go maybe to the FBI, but you go and talk, honestly to congressmen. They all do it. They always have. And that's the way it is. It's called upo research, the president defending his son to George Stephanopoulos, after Don jR set up that meeting when he was promised damaging information on Hillary Clinton. This is somebody said we have information on your opponent. Oh, let me call the FBI. Give me a break. Lifeless. Director says that's what should happen. The FBI director is wrong. House speaker Nancy Pelosi today called the president's comment and assault on democracy, but she's not budging on impeachment. If the president is inviting foreign interference, why is that not grounds to move towards impeachment? What we wanna do is have a methodical approach to the path that we are on, and this will be included in that, but not any one issue is going to trigger. Oh now won't go do this, the president's comments drawing fire from potential opponents. The conduct of this president is sending a signal to our adversaries around the world and fill in the blank North Korea Russia fill in the blank, it's he's sending a signal to them. Hey, come on in for twenty twenty even one of the president's top allies on Capitol Hill. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham says the president is wrong out. Make it real clear if I were the person. I wanna make it real clear. It your approach by foreign government or Representative of foreign government or anyone claiming to be Representative foreign government. They want to help you on your campaign answer is no Mary, Bruce Lindsey Graham there, she's with us tonight from Capitol Hill and Mary tonight. Some members of congress really from both parties are talking about this legislation that would require a candidate to call the FBI if the reproach by a foreign power. Well, they've been both sides of the aisle agree that action needs to be taken to prevent foreign influence in our elections, now it's not a done deal yet. But both sides, BI partisan support for this legislative push that would require any candidate approached by a foreign power to immediately contact the FBI. David Mary, Bruce with a slot tonight as well. Mary, thank you. We are also following growing tensions tonight with Iran after new attacks on the shipping vessels in the Gulf of the US pointing the finger at Iran. Tonight, iran. Now denying the claim one of the tankers catching fire the crew on both tankers abandoning ship. We do know that one of the tankers belong to the Japanese and all of this comes as the Japanese. As prime minister is in Iran, trying to bridge the gap between the US and Iran Oil prices spiking today. And so did alarm amid this growing split between the US and Iran and ABC's chief global affairs. Correspondent Martha Raddatz was just in Iran. Smoke billowed hundreds of feet high from one of the crippled oil, tankers and explosion at sea the crew forced to abandon ship. The twenty three crew members rescued and now in Iranian port city, the Iranians releasing images of the crew, watching television. The crew from the other tanker that was attacked a Japanese owned vessel. Also rescued and on board, the USS Bainbridge, the attacks occurred in the Gulf of Amman about forty five minutes apart the same waters were for oil tankers were sabotaged last month. Today, the secretary of state wishing no time in pointing the finger at Iran..
"mary bruce" Discussed on WSB-AM
"You're listening to an ABC news special. The Muller report from ABC news headquarters here is correspondent Aaron Katersky. After almost two years of work. Robert Muller late today sent his final report to the Justice department and attorney general Bill bar members of congress anticipate a summary of principal conclusions as soon as this weekend. But that may not be enough. ABC's Mary Bruce covers Capitol Hill. She's with us now. Democrats Mary are already clamoring for the entire Muller report to be made public Democrats want this to be public. They want the full mellow report. And they personally want the underlying evidence just bar summary is not going to cut it for Democrats and Democrats are making very clear they're gonna use every tool in their toolbox to get this information that means subpoenas. It means possibly bringing up Muller and bar to testify, and it could mean a pretty long protracted court battle if necessary and you have both sides, Democrats and Republicans saying that after tens of millions of tax. Payer dollars were spent that the American public deserves to see the results that some kind of declassified version of this has to be made public. But in the meantime, while Democrats wait to get that information while we wait for what inevitably will be a fair amount of back and forth to decide what can be released publicly what can be given over to congress Democrats here. Remember, they're plowing ahead. They are ramping up their own investigations of this administration. And there are many of them this is sweeping wide ranging scores investigations by more than a dozen committees year, they hill moving ahead. Even though Muller is clearly wrapping up his work, and that all get started at first with a potential Trump Tower Moscow deal in the spotlight with businessmen Felix Seder yet he will be up on the hill next week. This is exactly the case in point of how Democrats feel that they're not going to waste any time. Even though they are desperate to get to the bottom of the Muller investigation. And they wanna see everything they also feel it's really important that they do their own work here. And it's important to remember that the special counsel in congress have very different mandates. Brought Muller has been looking into issues surrounding questions of criminal activity. The hill has much more wide ranging mandate. They are looking into questions of abuse of power, which is why so many of these investigations are so sweeping not just looking into Russia and the question of collusion. They're looking into so many things, but Felix sater's one of those people.
"mary bruce" Discussed on Start Here
"Now, he's used to be moving forward with just one point four. But Washington is still not quite figured out. When President Trump says he's unhappy versus when he's really unhappy enough to blow everything up. So does that mean this Bill is at risk ABC senior congressional correspondent Mary Bruce with us. And so Mary congressional leaders were like, hey, we figured it out. So what's everyone's still talking about like is the spending deal in trouble Well, there. there is a sense in Washington right now that the whole city is on pins and needles because as you mentioned the president has said before he's on board with the deal. In fact, he said just a couple of weeks ago before the the shutdown that he was on board with the compromise. And then he blew the whole thing, I'm totally prepared for a very long shutdown. The one thing everyone agrees on is that no one. And I mean, no one wants to have a shutdown again. And we did hear that from the president. I don't want to see a shutdown shutdown would be a terrible thing. And look, no one likes this deal. The president doesn't like Democrats don't necessarily love it. Either. Support the Bill for what is in. It. Don't judge it for what is not in it. We have other days to pass other legends. Alleges. Compromise looks like you're never one hundred percent happy. And that's how you know that you've met somewhere in the middle. While the president said he was looking for land mines in this Bill. We didn't seem to see any explosion this last night when it got hammered out. So what were the things that got written out of this thing to make everyone? Happy back pay for contractors. As a contractor. I will not get back pay when we go back to work. So all the days that I'm not working. I will not be compensated for that, many Democrats and Republicans want them to get their back pay, but just as a precedent for it. But they're also isn't precedent for having a thirty five day shutdown. And so that's not an air. Democrats had also wanted some rewrites to the violence against women act. I kinda got snipped out. But is that all kind of a sign that the president actually signs that thing or could he still be nervous? What we are seeing right now are Republicans not just trying to to message this Bill and try and sell it as a win to the American people into their Republican base. But also to the president himself. We've seen the top Republican negotiator in the Senate Senator Shelby working the phones talking to the president trying to explain that. This is a good down payment. That's the phrase that we're hearing over and over again from Republicans on the hill, hoping he sees that on FOX to CNN or something that this is simply a down payment and that the president can and we know he's leaving open the option to taking additional executive action or possibly decline. Airing that national emergency that he's threatened to make up the difference between what is provided in this Bill and the five point seven billion dollars that he's been demanding all along the big issues would be whether the president can stomach the fact that this Bill does not provide anything close to what he was demanding. In fact, it provides less funding for his wall than a deal that was on the table before the shutdown and congress has said, this is going down tonight, the Senate votes first house votes, next to and usually you get seventy two hours to read the thing. But I guess as long as the president's Guth at right now, you might as well just push this through ASAP if and when they need to congress is very good about pushing through legislation very quickly members of congress are also known for wanting to get out of town when there's a weekend ahead, and when there is a holiday weekend knocking at their door..
"mary bruce" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Mary Bruce on Capitol Hill, at least ten people have died after a fast moving apartment, building fire overnight in Paris officials there have one woman in custody, she suspected of arson more protests expected this morning Virginia's capital calling for governor. Ralph Northam to resign after that racist picture from his old medical school yearbook. Resurfaced I'm Sherry Preston. ABC news. The time right now is five forty four at NewsRadio KF became more of our top stories. President Trump state of the union is tonight and immediately following the address there will be a rebuttal in both English and Spanish heavier, Sarah is the state's first Latino attorney general to deliver the Spanish version of the response to tonight's state of the union speech will broadcast from Sarah's alma mater, c k McClatchy high school where he'll be joined by students and their families. Bezerra grew up here in the states capitol. The son of immigrants K PK will air the president's speech at six PM nicked off this News Radio K PK. The high cost of living in California, maybe turning people off from moving to the Golden State recent numbers from the census bureau show, the state's population growth has fallen to its lowest level since two thousand one as of last July. There was a zero point four percent increase of new residents. That's about one hundred fifty eight thousand people many western states like Utah, Nevada. Arizona have seen their populations rise as former California residents look for better opportunities to buy a home or start a business. If you drive through some parts of the north state during rainy season, there seems to be a lot more standing water and flooded roadways than ever before. That's apparently because the ground is sinking. The department of water resources says groundwater pumping and droughts over the last decade have caused parts of Kaluga, Glenn Sutter and yellow counties to sink insider county. Over five monuments showed elevation changes between minus point two feet, minus point three six feet. DWI? Geological engineer Chris bonds tells us the most notable was a monument near our buckle which sunk over two feet. The problem is worse though in yellow county, the Sacramento valley show, no real significant change. Interesting health news bacteria in the gut may impact our mental wellbeing and could be linked to depression. Scientists in Belgium have identified a wide range of gut bacteria that produce chemicals that impact the brain, including micro-organisms linked to mental health. Researchers examined about one thousand people and they found two types of bacteria that we're constantly depleted in those who suffer depression, even if those patients were on antidepressants, the findings were published in the journal nature microbiology. Time now is five forty six. I'm Christina Madonna's along with Dan, Mitch Johnson. A Sacramento's news, traffic and weather continues. Here's Brian Noble's with our traffic trouble-spots, we've solo vehicle accident blocking the left lane. Eastbound I eighty up in offering. We'll take a look at the latest there in the freeways around Sacramento to coming up at five fifty by the way, if you see snow where you are. We wanna know as well. Just hit fifty on your cell phone the keyword open mic. We'll.
"mary bruce" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Let's get to the newsroom and Vic Vaughn. Thanks. Good morning. It's overcast in twenty eight degrees at O'Hare wind chill of nineteen above other. Teachers strike begins today in Chicago at this one charter school teachers at four Chicago international charter school campuses, Jin Conan dismantle at north town academy speaking late last night. Here tonight ready to go on strike tomorrow morning to be on the picket lines because see ICS has chosen to put management greed ahead of our students means CIC says classes are not canceled. They brought in substitute teachers President Trump's White House. Schedule has been leaked to the press that they reveal the majority of his time is reserved for what he calls the executive time. ABC senior national correspondent Terry Moran has the breakdown hand the White House response. Nearly sixty percent of Trump scheduled time has been spent in unstructured executive time only fifteen percent informal meetings less than eight percent attending events. Aides say the president often scheduled spur of the moment meetings. And sometimes keeps them off his official schedule another government shutdown his ten days away. ABC's Mary Bruce says those in charge of making sure it doesn't happen. Again, haven't made much progress has been one meeting so far on the hill of this conference that the group of lawmakers from both chambers. Trying to get together hammer out some kind of deal. But you know, we watched that meeting. It was a lot of talk not a lot of what appear to be real heartfelt negotiations. Both sides are still where they have been for the past several weeks Democrats who want to give the president that while president assisting. He's gonna get that and the National Transportation Safety board continues collecting evidence in Yorba, Linda, California, it's trying to figure out why a plane did a nose dive into a neighborhood on Sunday, killing the pilot, a former Chicago police officer and four people inside that home ABC's. Alec stone is in Los Angeles. The plane took off piloted by seventy five year old former Chicago police officer Antonio teeny climbed seventy eight hundred feet and then something went horribly wrong. The plane ripping apart in on fire came falling out of the clouds NTSB investigator in charge Maya Smith, says pieces of the plane are spread over many blocks. This is one of the challenges that we have right now is to be able to gather and collect all the parts. It's believed the four victims who died inside of a home. We're members of a family at a super. Bowl party. Alex stone, ABC news, Los Angeles. We'll check sports, traffic and weather next on WGN. Style light.
"mary bruce" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Amendment guaranteeing women the right to vote the amendment was approved by congress one hundred years ago and became law in nineteen twenty Colorado. Lieutenant governor Donald Lynn is a member of the women's vote centennial commission. She says women have come a long way in the last century Americans elected a record number of women in two thousand eighteen has senators governors and members of congress Colorado granted women voting rights in eighteen ninety three. Meantime, the partial government shutdown continues and new house speaker Nancy Pelosi, wastes, no time in challenging President Trump to end the standoff ABC's Mary Bruce was on Capitol Hill overnight Pelosi made clear she's taking on President Trump Democrats in the house passing a plan to reopen the government, but it does not give the president the five point six. Billion dollars. He's demanding for his wall to wall. Does he have any doubt that we're not doing a wall with the shutdown now in its fourteenth day? The president is not backing down taking to Instagram to declare the wall is coming. And sports news. It's ten forty one. The Celtics leaned on Gordon Hayward to win the opener of their four game homestand. But he wasn't the only one WBZ's. Adam Kaufman has more on another Boston player who stepped up Terry Rozier thrived as starter after all star Kyrie Irving season ending injury last year. So it's really no surprise. He's taken advantage. Those limited opportunities again this season in three starts including Wednesday's win over the timber wolves the guard is.