18 Burst results for "Mary Ellis"
"mary ellis" Discussed on The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos
"Lived experience the one I was supposed to be sharing with sandy who I hadn't seen in months the one Mary Ellis let me to be sharing with the other patrons to the tragic irony is that the very human urge to capture and share was causing people to miss the best aspect of the museum mm-hmm of ice cream experience the social part but there was a second dark side to all this photo taken at the Museum of Ice Cream it made the place hard to navigate the most agreements spots rothen blocked by a big group of people standing around trying to get the perfect photo taking picks over and over again to get one that looked chest right Eh CNN. I ended up bypassing entire displays because there were too many people posing nearby it was pretty frustrating and I realized that the frustration was a familiar one because I didn't just have this experience at the Museum of Ice Cream I felt the same thing at concerts I've been to recently why couldn't see the band behind a c smartphone nights and national park where I couldn't even get near a gorgeous waterfall because too many people were taking selfies it even happens at weddings congratulations our obsession with capturing moments means not just missing them ourselves but causing other people to miss them to Mary has a complicated relationship with the fact that her creation is one of the most instagram's places in the world it's difficult because so much of what you see are these perfectly cured you did edited photographs that appear on your feet you're able to understand her translate the feeling the emotion the experience far surpasses the things that you can capture an a you know a small square she's taught her staff members all kinds of techniques for getting people to put the phones down what are they learned in the museum they don't always work frustrating Seattle people are looking at their homes time we try to engage them the guests come through the Games obviously you want you to face I am going to happen when I first heard about box Talbott story the one I started this episode with I thought about it from his perspective how he was one of the first in human history to satisfy that urge to document and share but as I did more research about the science of sharing for this episode I started to think about the Fox Talbot Tale from a different perspective that of Mrs Fox Talbot Imagine arriving at the Most Beautiful Lake in the world a young newlywed hoping for a bit of romance with overworked husband imagine how annoyed being it must have been to watch him spent hours on his damn camera Lucinda trying to get the perfect sketch Mrs Fox Talbot was perhaps the first of thous- upon thousands of spouses to watch their partner stare at their own honeymoon through a camera lens she was probably one of the first to feel that special frustration you experience when someone you care about is missing the opportunity to actually share a moment with you because they're so worried about being able to capture it when we're about to take a bite of our food or were saying something really deep and the person takes out their phone to capture a photo of the food before we eat it those things can be disruptive and they can decrease enjoyment of our experience the happiness lab we'll be back in a second.
"mary ellis" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso
"Hi there. I'm Sophia Amoruso, founder and CEO of girl, boss. And this is girl boss radio. I remember a few years ago, I was browsing on Instagram and kept seeing these beautiful photos of people in this amazing place that looked like a kid's wonderland come to life. There was a pool full of sprinkles, you could dive into there were giant cherries, hanging from the ceiling, and there was ice cream. It looked like the kind of space, you just had to take a photo in and thousands of people have done exactly that they have photographed the heck out of the museum vice cream, and as a result, it's become kind of synonymous with our do it for the Graham culture and feeling like you need to be somewhere that looks really cool so you can take the right photo for your feed. But the museum of ice cream didn't start out with that goal. Instead, the museum of ice cream had the opposite goal of creating memorable experiences that allow you to be in the moment. And on today's show I chat with Marietta's bun, the co founder of the museum of ice cream about why were all craving. Thing more meaningful experiences with each other, and exactly how we can do that in a few years since it's launched. The museum ice cream has grown for being a pop up to having a permanent space in San Francisco, an ice cream line at target and Mary Ellis tells me, they're experimenting with a no phone policy at their locations. I'd gone to south by southwest and I was like what's going on in the food space? Nothing really there. So I was like I want to build this thing called museum of ice cream and the reason why I wanted to get people out of their apartments and homes and give them a space where they could go be with their peers and other people. This is girl boss radio, the show for and about ambitious. Women exploring the wins losses and insights learned on the winding road to success on today's show. Maryalice and.
"mary ellis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"With Venezuelan opposition leader one glider today. Talking about how to get humanitarian aid into the country. Pence offered glider whatever help he requires but continues to hope for a peaceful resolution to the conflict, we hope for better. We hope for a peaceful transition. We hope that Madero and those members of his regime who are supported by his corruption and brutality will leave the country peacefully efforts to get humanitarian aid independence Walea have been thwarted by embattled President, Nicolas Maduro Medeiros. Instructed his army to fire upon starving. Venezuelan citizens who are desperately trying to reach the food and medical supplies. President. Trump will be in Vietnam for his second summit with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN the summit set for Wednesday and Thursday in Hanoi talking to governors at the White House today. Mr. Trump says he's looking forward to a good meeting with Kim. The president plans to push came on the potential economic benefits for North Korea. If Kim agrees to full denuclearization, a former Colorado house speaker is challenging one of her party's own for congress. Crisanto Duran will challenge longtime congresswoman Diana to get for the Democratic Party nomination in the states. I condemn district Duran telling CBS four she can do a better job. We must have the courage to ask ourselves as a party. Do. We have the best leaders to be able to move our country forward party strategist, Mary Ellis Mandarich says a primary challenge in the traditionally democratic dissed. Perfect will be good for the party. I think this is very healthy..
"mary ellis" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Line Hillsboro eight six six five four five ninety five ninety five the Tampa Bay forecast from news channel eight meteorologist Lee span. Partly cloudy, warm, and humid this afternoon with a high eighty seven right now. Seventy five degrees at your severe weather station. Newsradio nine seventy. WFL a Florida. Senator Bill Nelson is not conceding defeat. Even though. Republican governor Rick Scott declared victory last night. The votes have tightened overnight, and the incumbent democrat is now within thirty four thousand votes. That's below the point five percent that triggers an automatic recount Nelson's expected to discuss the situation later today last night Scott said he's treating the divisive race. Like it's over in the district. Eighteen state Senate race, it's going down to the wire and will likely require a recount democrat. Janet Cruz is leading Republican Dana young by just two hundred eighty nine votes voter turnout around the bay area was more than sixty percent. And there were a number of local races on the ballot in Hillsborough county. Commissioner winners are incumbent. Republican Ken Hagan for district to incumbent Republican. Stacey wide in district four democrat, Kimberly Overton in district, seven and democrat Mary Ellis Smith district five. Beating Republican incumbent Victor Crist Chad chronic remains Hillsborough sheriff voter turnout in Hillsborough county was fifty nine percent. Sharon, Parker, NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a Hillsborough school superintendent javale can says by February the district will start receiving revenue from a half cent sales tax just approved by voters starting this summer. We will be launching several air conditioning projects probably about at least twenty or more and millions of dollars worth of of our rouce will be taking care of over the summer. And then we'll be continuing to do that over the next ten years, and ultimately will get all our deferred maintenance caught up, and it'll be a great Dane Hillsborough county, that's all done the school half cent sales tax referendum as well. As a one penny sales tax hike for transportation both passed in Hillsborough county on Tuesday. People who usually skip out on the mid-term election can say they made a difference this year exit polls indicate that sixteen percent of the people voting were doing so for the first time in a midterm election. And those voters were choosing Democrats over Republicans by a rate of sixty two percent to thirty five percent..
Mother killed in fiery wrong-way crash gets tribute from the Rock for funeral
"Stars paying tribute to a San Diego woman who along. With her daughter was killed when her car. Was hit by a driver going the wrong way on the eight oh five. Alien Pizarro was a devoted fan of Dwayne the rock Johnson over. The weekend her son posted on Twitter about his mom's affection, for the actor and. The rock replied I'm setting you so, much love and light and strength your, way from my. Family to yours. And. And Thanks for reaching out man and and I'm so, sorry to hear about your sister and your mom does are essentially back saying he can't stop smiling knowing his mother is, smiling so much because of that tribute to
"mary ellis" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Linens Stay informed stay connected depend on WCBS good afternoon. I'm Steve Scott Three things to know for, forty five one the White House five was up and. Down today but now President Trump ordered it back to half staff tell Senator John McCain's berry also issued a statement praising McCain service to the country to. The US and, Mexico reached a partial agreement on a NAFTA overhaul President Trump says he needs Canada's signature and the talks with them. Will happen soon and three pope Francis is speaking out, on, homosexuality his message to parents whose children come. Out as gay pray talk and try to understand but don't condemn. That's what he told reporters after a Catholic family. Rally in Ireland yesterday when asked how he would handle the situation the pope also made clear that ignoring kids is not an option. And that it, quote shows a lack of motherhood and fatherhood skills the bottom line the bottom said. Is that everyone has right. To a. Family and shelter Just after pope Francis released a letter, condemning sex abuse in the Catholic church one of, his adversaries issued a letter of his own eleven pages. Long demanding the pope stepped down here CBS news correspondent Seth tone in Rome in this letter archbishop vegan oh says that he personally told pope Francis back. In twenty thirteen, that there were these sex abuse allegations swirling around then cardinal now former cardinal Theodore McCarrick and the pope Francis ignored. That warning and allowed him to continue his public ministry, adding, to that vegan oh says that the previous. Pope Pope Benedict had sanctioned cardinal Theodore McCarrick removing him from public. Life in ministry and that pope Francis reversed course. And allowed him to progress through the church and have a very public role for another five years at four forty seven grisly discovery. In a South. Carolina funeral home has led to criminal charges more from CBS news correspondent Jim Krasula to workers at a funeral home in Spartanburg South Carolina have been charged with desecration of human remains after they, allegedly left, a body to. Rot it an unrefrigerated room for nearly three years Lawrence meadows and. Roderick Cummings we're supposed. To, cremate sixty three year old Mary Ellis pits after her, funeral in, March of two thousand fifteen her remains, were left in a locked room under Blake at surrounded by air fresheners her body was so badly decomposed it took two weeks to identify the woman's, family has sued the now-closed first family funeral home Jim Chris cillizza Bs news four forty eight a WCBS As.
"mary ellis" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"From scratch in the kitchen. We have cocktails to lots of different entrees and sandwiches. So a really wide range of menu items. But all based on this philosophy, I have the menu open right now and it's making me very, very hungry. And I really wish there was one here. You've got the inside out keen while burger, what makes it inside out. So the the burger, the burger itself is actually just the toppings within and the bun. We actually make out of two king walk patties. So if that's how it's an inside out, king Wahlberg are, oh fun. So there's no burger involved. Oh gosh. Okay. If you've got cash, you pod tie. You've got teriyaki keen wa. You've got spaghetti squash casserole, which sounds mazing Utah, Korean noodle salad, which is delicious. And I know your last guest was talking a lot about ferment at foods, so that salad actually has a sweet potato noodle and. We, those are so popular right now. Somebody I met someone who is talking about them and swore that that was like his, the secret, he, I bumped somebody and he looked great. He had lost weight and he just seemed like a lot more luminous than he had been less than my saw him. And he said, you know, have kind of changed my diet. I eat a lot of these sweet potato glass noodles and there you go. Absolutely. So we now have a summer salad, the Korean noodle salad that has glass noodles, and we also have kimchi cucumbers which are few Firmenich cucumber towns. Go to have the description right here. So it's got the glass noodles. BOK Choy kale cucumber, kimchi, mango bean sprout an almond lime Vinograd sounds really nice. All that. We're making cutting slicing in house. I love true food. One of my favorite times is like seven AM in the morning and you walk into a restaurant. It's actually as busy as it is at lunch, even though we have no guest. And the reason for that is that's when we're prepping all of our food. We actually put our prep blocks in front. So. Restaurants preface in the very back of the restaurant, but because of how we running our restaurants, we actually put it right in the front and so you you do all the prep? Well, and we do it throughout the day too. So when you come into the restaurant, you actually get to see your food being cut and sliced and diced and all those beautiful vegetables coming in the door. Oh, that's so interesting. I think some of us are going to steal that idea from you because y, when you've beautiful food and you're buying all this, these ingredients from farmers market and all these different sources, why the hell hide it behind a wall and and not only that not only do you get to see, but you also get to smell it right into the spell all of refresher, which are some non alcoholic base drinks that have a fresh squeezed juices. And so you get to see all of that happening right in front of you referred, you know, it's so interesting because I was thinking you and Dina really represent this new breed of CEO. You know who your way more focused not just on the bottom line. You're focused on making sure that you're. Customers are happy and healthy and having these great experiences. And this morning I interviewed a young woman named Mary Ellis Bunn who is one of the founders of the museum of ice cream? Have you heard about this? I have heard, but I've not had the pleasure of going, so she was incredible. And similarly, really focused on happiness and the customer experience. And I just I feel like you women are really changing women like you and Dinan maryalice are kind of changing the industry. And of course there's a bottom line focused because you can't have a business. We're not focused on the bottom line, but it doesn't just have to be the bottom line anymore..
"mary ellis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Boys are found but the conditions here are tough there's mud everywhere it's hot and humid and when it rains it's torrential for now all they can do is be patient and wait for news from the teams inside the cave the boys are ages eleven to sixteen a south carolina family is suing a funeral home for leaving a loved one's body to decompose the body of mary ellis pittsburgh was found at the first family funeral home in spartanburg south carolina in february it was nearly three years after her family thought she had been cremated the husband and son of the sixty three year old woman have doll sued the funeral home do not understand why i just i can't fathom that south carolina state representative and parks is a third generation funeral home owner the state had revoked the funeral homes license before the woman's body arrived there jim krasula cbs news president trump appears to have been the victim of a prank phone call on air force one podcast host and former howard stern show staffer john melendez better known as stuttering john claims to have placed a call wednesday while mr trump was flying back from a campaign rally in fargo north dakota more now from correspondent errol burnett melendez tells us the entire incident from his first attempt to actually speaking with president trump lasted only ninety minutes exposing what he calls the scary ease of infiltrating the trump administration and he's also in contact with stormy daniels lawyer michael ever nadi about possible representation in case the white house pursues legal action audio of the call.
"mary ellis" Discussed on KOMO
"Ultimate changes that they got it as timeframe shortened a little bit it's only going to be a three week deal so really it's in republicans is in everyone's interests to get something on the table and time because of the rise we'll be right back here in just a few weeks am not as maddening to these agencies and the federal government yeah exactly so earlier or the president issued a statement saying that though yo he's open to an immigration deal only if good for our country charles schumer the minority leader said essentially the same thing i guess you know what i think are the prospects at this point where there are to actually be the hill some type of agreement yo whether or not a deal it impacts the the dreamers and suttles their status or your ordeal he grows into something the overall in the way of immigration reform stir brain you talk to or public here on the hill today now the fed and found it very optimistic and lindsey graham said world and susan collins i say that they are very very close and they feel really good but the biggest variable now seems to be not the disagreements between republicans and democrats in the senate that potential disagreements between the senate and the white house it is still very unclear for folks what exactly the president will be willing to sign that's abc's richard cantu with mary ellis park's of final vote in the house expected to formally end the shutdown funding the federal government for the three weeks now how much credit can the president taken reaching that bipartisan deal abc news senior white house correspondent cecilia vega was more don't think that will stop this white house from spinning this as a victory of this administration eyes as the art of the deal donald trump doesn't and and they will say does well but certainly there are questions about whether the president was too much on the sidelines during this because many of his aides fear that he could up end of these negotiations that were happening over the last few days days and basically you go row that's again abc's cecilia vega white house sources tell vega the president spent much of the weekend in the oval office on the phone but did not call any democrat general reminder for your the tonight at seven o'clock we'll have an hourlong special report on the.
"mary ellis" Discussed on KOMO
"Those eight hundred thousand young people who were brought here as children by undocumented parents here's california attorney general copier but serotype believe there's a lesson here for the trump administration don't try to change the rules by breaking the rules joining us on the komo news line is abc's mary ellis park's mary alice that president trump in september had decided to revoke the daca program but what are we understanding today especially now with the judge's ruling and what the president said at that news conference we know that lawmakers on capitol hill a bipartisan group both now that it had been huddled almost daily since they got back from the holiday and they say that they are close to coming up with an agreement that would provide some long term solutions for those tarim earth you know the president yesterday when he was seated next to democrats in that kind of open door negotiation session insisted that it was important he got a loving bill sent to him one that really prioritize finding an answer for those dream earth but then he had this sort of backtrack in statements last night and today clarifying that he does still want the wall and that any compromise should absolutely include money for border security the wall it sounded like there was a compromise on death that if you had mountains and rivers you didn't have to have a wall there in that could be part of the difference you know the president day during the press conference repeatedly said that he wanted a wall uh but i think you're exactly right lawmaker that we talked to even blendi ever republicans have given up on the idea that that we're talking about american taxpayers pay for a two thousand mile concrete giant barrier wall is going too much more likely look like a fence in some parts that combination of money for technology drones border agents money for enhanced border security that republicans and the white house could follow win and democrats could call when two that's mary ellis park's reporting signs hordes zoom let's talk sports let's talk to changes on the coaching staff today on the defensive side of the football uh let go from the club offensive coordinator gerald bebel senses the line tom cable pete carroll putting out the.
"mary ellis" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Your eddie inter who your pain occupant loud and that go the way in their plan now that it bag out and that's going to be a hard political thou republican pay that diet deandre deduction i'd done double under this plan so that in general mean pat what people will probably you are people will probably armed item iv in general to that might go away and the y you use the tape academic 10 night can't but you get a bigger saturday accidental maybe it won't matter abbott that's really going to be a case by case depending on that we have income puk have what they learn van how they get their income taxes it always kind of achieved by keith painted from upbeat lineitem veto are going to be um popular among males parched with us from washington the president said he's confident that democrats at least some democrats will sign off on this is that an accurate assessment do you believe we're not seeing any plan for that yet in fact the more moderate democrat pike a man came from my picking add we planned for allow that they were trying to work with the white house to find some middle ground here i they came academically hanged that what they're thing though part of not what kind of thing to them and we haven't really seen any democrats in the house adhoc live in fan internet so i think let pretty unlikely i mean remember we still have a number of republicans are damon barely area about his plan saudi ibm getting democrat on board that's going to be a heart dow mary and eat it as mary ellis park's in the nation's capital thank you so much for being with us mary alice thank you you know this is a proposal that there's a good chance at some of this will change some of that will be negotiated although with the republicans in control of the white house and laying this out in congress most that made he stays intact and they don't need democrat units really interesting at who this really a fact see now is if the middle classes at people i got people like you and me in in your house mice loans i mean these are we didn't even talk about.
"mary ellis" Discussed on KOMO
"From abc news i'm dave prison drove appearing to a brace the gop establishment after all appearing with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell at the white house abc's mary ellis park says more over the summer president trump was publicly critical of mitch mcconnell's leadership in the senate but monday none of that before the cameras the two men nothing but smiles mcconnell here speaking to reporters contrary to what some of you may have reported we are together totally all this agenda and the president adding that his relationship with the senate republican leader was outstanding mary alice parks abc news washington months after being diagnosed with brain cancer senator john mccain audited at the national constitutions that are in philadelphia and taking a finley veiled swipe at the president refused the obligations of international leadership and our duty to remain the last best hope reverse for the sake of some half baked spurious nationalism cooked up by people who would rather find scapegoats can shop problems saying that americans live in a land made of ideals not blood and soil even though they're aching progress the fight is still on against those wildfires in santa rosa calif neighbor or the trees and rooftops your painted pink could fireretardant there was dropped by a passing plane a bulldozer here creating fire line everything in a bath away weeds trees rocks to make a line to stop the flames as they come.
"mary ellis" Discussed on WCHS
"Trump met face to face with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell since the failure of the last effort to kill the affordable care act the issue was now tax reform the economy cannot take off like it really has the potential to do unless we reduce the tax burden on the families businesses workers of our country mcconnell said it's time about both reduction and reform and it's been thirty years since this kind of effort was undertaken successfully and we're going to succeed this time why the face to face politically it's really a do or die week by republicans in the senate after they failed to pass the repeal and replace healthcare bill over the summer they are anxious for a win on tax reform that's the type of that they first need to pass a budget for next year the white house and senate majority leader mitch mcconnell have to work together to get something across the finish line to bring back to voters abc's mary ellis park's in washington after more than a week firefighters northern california are making progress against the wildfires from the ground and the air firefighters you're trying to knock out the last of the flames fire commanders say they like what they're seeing were still optimistic cautiously optimistic getting a lot more black wine on these fire there are several areas still giving firefighters are battle but all could change on thursday when rain is in the forecast alex stone abc news santa rosa calif one worker remains unaccounted for after an explosion on an oil rig in lake pontchartrain outside new orleans jefferson perez sheriff joe look pinto says extensive structural damage to the rig is hampering the search we have a lot of metal and twisted metal that is is covering certain areas and we're going to have to go back out there with a different equipment seven other workers were injured including three in critical condition wall street the dow closed up eighty five points the nasdaq was an eighteen point gainer you're.
"mary ellis" Discussed on WINS 1010
"And breaks of sun warming humid tomorrow with the shower around a high of eighty degrees and then friday night some cloudiness and humid with the lieu of sixty eight right now it's 70 seventy grease under cloudy skies admit town headed down to 58 degrees good evening i'm larry mullins wins news time at the tone of eight thirty good evening i'm lorry nadan what president trump will or won't do when it come to the socalled dreamers seems to be up for debate following last night too white house dinner between the president and top democrats corresponded mary ellis park's is in washington thin on capitol hill thursday both parties try to frame what happened in at dinner at the white house senate minority leader chuck schumer who was there we all agreed on a framework past daca protections and additional border security measures excluding the wall bad speaker of the house paul ryan describing the conversation like and it was a discussion not in agreement or negotiation ryan was not present at the white house dinner and republicans on the hill clearly do not want to look like they are being left out the white house will need republican leadership on board if they want to move any legislation in florida today the president said quote we're not looking at amnesty were looking at allowing people to stay here wins news time eight thirty on the god dodge traffic center here's oravac on his era plaisted still dealing with that accident on the new england drew adding southbound i right before exit twenty and stretching towards exit nineteen display land parkway in a ride the right lanes blocked beasley stretching back towards the connecticut state line northbound westside highway moving slow from west 100 and 25th street towards west one one hundred sixty fifth street northbound however drive heavy approaching.
"mary ellis" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Second for she's in serious condition believe that though she has been stabilized now caused are not yet known we had the fire out by about 250 in this morning and now the fire marshall vare already inside i can see the minister well here's they walk up between the second and third floors and to try to determine that caucus by one woman did lose her my fear another in serious condition oneshot jacques wins on pacific treat hearing cramped hype wins news time 507 a spokesman for former trump campaign manager paul manafort says manafort is cooperating with special counsel robert muller's investigation of russian election meddling but that did not prevent the fbi from rating one of metaphor it's homes last month they were looking for documents says mary ellis parks reports in the last few weeks paul manafort and president trump kind donald trump jr hand started handing over documents to the senate judiciary committee in compliance at that pena the investigation into possible russian election interference the trump campaign few sent over more than twenty thousand pages of documents had fannie committee bad the department of justice the special cancer running its own investigation felt the need to use federal agents to raid metaphor it's home for more documents and evidence in their proud that the fbi has been looking into metaphor it's worked for former uk me ukrainian president viktor yanukovych and now that has been swept into the election meddling investigation but manafort is not actually been accused of any wrongdoing wins news time 508 if you've got some easy or high end adidas sneakers and you make a deal to sell them on facebook be advised you may be getting set up for a robbery there are a couple of guys in brooklyn have been working the single setting up a meeting to make the sale and then pulling a gun they've done this at least six times so far mostly in flood bush cops of dug up some surveillance video of the robbers and we'll if that up for you attend wednesday come seventy degrees now mostly clear skies were headed up to a sunny eighty four and midtown today wins news time 509 it's a place of towering trees and colorful gardens ooh the peaceful place where treasured memories of blood wounds who are no longer with us come alive it's a place where families come to rest reflect in to remember.
"mary ellis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The one hundred twenty i cheyenne frontier as the pancake breakfast anybody ready for pancakes anybody cheyenne wyoming anybody they don't want to take them from you after see what you did it at boy scouts jeez did you see the 52 did tweet out on our twitter pages komo i own personal uh yeah i almost took out the boy scouts i cake but he is okay and no loss through what is currently being file he get an extra merit badge for that that's a great point with a little picture a pancake on may be here well i don't know if they're up early enough he pancakes today because it was a late night and early morning on capitol hill the loser's tonight or the people who believed in the democratic process believed that actually when candidates ran ron and say i will fight repeal obamacare that actually means they will fight to repeal obamacare republican senator ted cruz there after the latest gop healthcare plan has failed in a senate vote by just one vote several republicans against it including john mccain i'm not supportive of legislation as it stands today on let's find out exactly what happened with abc's mary ellis park's joining us from dc with more good morning good morning so tell us they went late into the night and wasn't a surprise it seem like there was some gast's when the senator john mccain cast his vote absolutely rhetoric deprive here were audible gasps from democrat what they want an per out of their aid right up in our may i bearer neared negotiating however military and the morning voting good morning president with bare on lore he would have on that right there for everyone to be trying to convince him berry an indirect married had in mind good morning let let me ask you about.
"mary ellis" Discussed on KOMO
"White house senior adviser jared kushner as agreed to appear before the senate intelligence committee as part of its investigation of the russia election meddling next monday july twenty four the president's soninlaw has kept a low profile since joining in history shen his appearance on capitol hill on a new faith by this white house andy's congressional investigations into row russia's interference in the elections he will be one of the most highprofile subjects interviewed and undoubtedly the closest confidants and the president the senate intelligence committee has said since march that kushner was one of many in the trump white house plan to question kushner has maintained he is willing to cooperate with investigators even after that meeting last summer with a russian lawyer that he attended as mary ellis parts on capitol hill authorities illinois said they find the remains of sixteen year old jimmy hawkins said it was buried in a crawlspace in serial killer on rapist john wayne gates he's home back in the 1970s cook county sheriff thomas start said wednesday the dc had a pattern you followed for picking up the board sergi young men who were looking for work straight up to slur looking for war and this guy would literally cruise around he would be known amongst in the general areas guy pay cash and you can get a job there you'd either great poor backrow he goal in cruise areas that were known for gay men at the time in he would also look for areas were there young men who had were just along gay murdered thirty three teenage boys this is abc news koa news time geno for aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the fours curtis calhoun but we still have a crash those now blocking the two left lanes on south five zero approach i 405 near seatac crews are working to clear allow the way and hopefully they will soon northbound five in marysville we have some construction that has the two left lanes closed near 531 it's a bit of a challenge traveling through there and south out the y'all river bridge one line will be closed until tomorrow morning your next traffic apart is that ten fourteen i'm curtis calhoun with komo news steve pool with our forecast candidly guy overnight low temperatures pretty much in the.
"mary ellis" Discussed on KOMO
"The editor's desk our top stories right now house republicans unveiled a four trillion dollar federal budget today that would increase military spending and reshape some public programs mary ellis park has more from capitol hill house republicans want to spend even more on the us military over the next few years than president trump proposed in his budget to make up the difference and still make the math work to reduce to federal deficit republicans are suggesting deep cuts to safety net programs like medicaid and food stamps which they say have ballooned to unsustainable levels house speaker paul ryan changed this plan will need more jobs more growth a stronger national defense real reforms to the way that the federal government surged taxpayers the house budget resolution is expected to be voted out of committee wednesday mary alice parks abc news capitol hill you know there was a time when we were looking for a cardio focused on things like styling it for former nsa reliability but these days carbuyers want vehicles the latest digital technology carmakers are working really hard to improve your high tech features reporter paul eisenstein just wrote about this for the detroit bureau dot com good afternoon good to be with a lot of technology gone of these vehicles today all my gosh you have typically more electron in a vehicle on the road today if you do when the typical home and often more than you have a fairly high tech office and you just wrote about bmw which is going to launch its connected plus service next month tells about that yeah the connected plus service is a again called an update of the existing connected system it's going to offer all sorts of things that will reach out in to the future but they're planning for the day is when vehicles get electric and autonomous so you're going to want even more electron in your vehicle even today they have some pretty meet things the connective plus will be able to do so portable navigation is pretty common right you can get on your own organ in your car but this system will actually be able to figure out from your smartphone calendar when you're going to rush somewhere.