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08:21 min | 2 years ago

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"In for Porter Rico there a man is facing criminal charges over accusations he attacked a cockpit door during the flight from Washington DC to New Jersey the outburst happened on a United express flight last week police say it Matthew Dingli got out of his seat ran to the cockpit door and started pounding on it a flight attendant tried to stop him but Dingli allegedly turned his attention to her and then started beating her passengers intervened in some due the twenty eight year old allowing the flight to land without further incident six police officers were also hurt when they scrambled with didn't wait while arresting him after that plane landed I'm Christina Myers of filling in for Ron Saint Pierre one hundred is seventy six people were on board a Ukrainian airliner that Arron says it shot down last week no one survived of the victims fifty seven were from Canada that country is now sending representatives to around fox's colonel Scott reports eight more visas have been issued a candidate as the nation takes part in the post crash investigation dozens of Canadians died on board the Ukrainian air flight that was now according to our Ron inadvertently shot down because of human error Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau says he got a commitment from Iranian president Hassan Rouhani to cooperate with the Canadian investigating team the additional personnel will leave today putting Canada's full team which includes members of the country's transportation safety board in place by Tuesday good all Scott fox news an ATM prime minister Justin Trudeau is promising justice for the victims of that airliner dozens of Canadian citizens were on the flight a memorial service was held for those victims yesterday and today did participate he said it is a tragedy that never should have happened and authorities in Canada will not rest until there's justice should also assured officials are working to make sure there is a full transparent investigation of the crass rash as far as justice he has not been entirely clear on what shape that might take in spite of their initial flat out denials Arron now admits they are responsible but maintains the plane was shot down accidentally the reaction of the reigning people has been intense with the crowds calling for the country's supreme leader to resign and leave Arron meanwhile also in Canada quite the scare and alert signaling an incident at a major nuclear power plant near Toronto on Canada was sent in error to millions of residents on Sunday out of course causing quite the scare and prompting calls for an investigation the emergency alert went out shortly before seven thirty in the morning though intended for residents living within a six mile radius of the nuclear generating station it went to all residents in Ontario province about an hour later the Ontario power generation company that manages the nuclear plant announced on Twitter that the alert was issued by mistake that came about an hour later there's no active nuclear situation taking place at the Pickering nuclear generating station that tweet said the previous alert was issued in error there is no danger to the public or the environment a to be continued the Ontario provincial government apologized saying the alert was issued during a routine training exercise one of the world's largest nuclear power plants the Pickering the facility is located east of Toronto which is Canada's most populous city with three eight million people living there several local officials including Pickering they're not immediately demanded an explanation of the incident saying like many of you I was very troubled have received that emergency alert this morning saying while I am relieved that there was no actual emergency I'm upset to than an error such as this occurred I've spoken to the province and in demanding that a full investigation take place at Toronto's mayor also called for a probe saying area residents had been quote unnecessarily alarmed by this event apologies from government officials appear to have done little to quell the anti government protests in Iran after a jetliner was shot down last week thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets of Tehran condemning authorities for shooting down a Ukrainian passenger plane that killed all one hundred seventy six people on board the disaster came just hours after Ron fired missiles at Iraqi bases host housing U. S. troops this was in retaliation for the drone strike at the Baghdad airport that killed Iranian general the psalms Alemany protesters have now even called for the country's supreme leader to resign and leave a run to that end as police have responded with rubber bullets and tear gas president trump is warning a run in a tweet quote do not kill your protesters Iraqi officials say a Sunday rocket attack on an American base near Baghdad injured four of their personnel there have been no reports of injuries to any US military service members at the air base which is the same base which came under missile attack from a run last week meanwhile secretary of state Mike Pompeii is condemning the attack saying via Twitter he is praying for the recovery of those injured saying quote outraged by reports of another rocket attack on an Iraqi air base I pray for speedy recovery of the injured and call in the government of Iraq to hold those responsible for this attack on the Iraqi people accountable these continued violations of rocks summer tree by groups not loyal to the Raqi government must and again those were tweets from secretary of state Mike Pompeii out is the long wait for the impeachment process to continue and a wrap up over well maybe speaker Nancy Pelosi says she is prepared to send the two house articles of impeachment to the Senate this week in a letter to house colleagues pelo C. said she has instructed Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler to prepare resolution to appoint house managers for the Senate impeachment trial after that resolution is passed the articles of impeachment would be formally sent to the Senate that's expected to happen on Tuesday or Wednesday and the house managers will prosecute the case against president trump in the Senate the democratic led house approved two articles of impeachment against Mr trump before Christmas Nancy Pelosi has been resistant to sending the articles to the Senate over concerns about how the trial will be handled and whether it will be fair Democrats are pushing hard for key witnesses and documents that have been blocked by the White House Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has insisted that the house will not dictate how the Senate trial unfold and has been clear that he's working quote in total coordination with the White House with reference to the trial something that leaves the notion of impartiality rather scarce the federal government is claiming progress in building a southern border wall boxes at Jessica Rosenthal here now with securing America homeland security's acting secretary Chad will says do not call it replacement wall it is new wall and there are now one hundred miles built along the US Mexico border we have replaced nineteen Serret seventies Europe landing mat fence that was easy to compromise or vehicle barriers that were easy to defeat with state of the art infrastructure and detection capabilities well says they're on track to build more than four hundred miles of new border wall by the end of the year he called the fifth circuit court of appeals decision a victory it removes a lower court injunction which stopped the use of military funding to build wall though attorneys for el Paso county and the border network for human rights let's say they are appealing Jessica Rosenthal fox news this is nine twenty one oh four seven daily rewind withdrawn Saint Pierre my senior care services this report is sponsored by discover we treat you like you treat you any nine twenty one oh four seven FM traffic going to be a slow one lot of.

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"matthew dingli" Discussed on WTOP

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01:49 min | 2 years ago

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"Arrested for an attack on a commercial airplane a passenger on the United express flight from DC to New Jersey is under arrest for allegedly ramming the cockpit Thursday night sprinting at the door and pounding on it attacking a flight attendant who tried to intervene and after the plane landed at Newark airport charging at responding officers causing several to fall down the plane stairs six of them hurt including one hospitalized with four broken ribs twenty eight year old Matthew Dingli has been charged with aggravated assault criminal trespassing resisting arrest and interfering with transportation Lilian Wu fox news Britain's Queen Elizabeth is set to hold face to face talks today with prince Harry for the first time since he and his wife Meghan Markle unveiled their controversial plan to walk away from royal duties ahead of that dramatic family summit Harry and his brother prince William took an unusual step of issuing a statement challenging the accuracy of a newspaper newspaper report that said there was a strain on the relationship between the two brothers and that that statement said quote for brothers to care so deeply about the issues surrounding mental health the use of inflammatory language in this way is offensive and potentially harmful now that meeting today with the queen will also include Harry's father prince Charles retired pope Benedict has co authored a book in which he reaffirms the need for priests to be celibate retired pope Benedict the sixteenth has broken his silence to reaffirm the value of priestly celibacy his position came in a book he co authored with fellow conservative cardinal Robert Sarah from Guinea the book comes at a time that pope Francis is weighing whether to allow married men to be deign to address the Catholic priest shortage that's report us reporter Sabina castle Franco in Rome.

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02:10 min | 2 years ago

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"Commotion in the fifteenth floor courtroom hundreds of new Yorkers were summoned for jury duty with most dismissed when they raise their hands to indicate they couldn't keep an open mind about wine Steve who's pleaded not guilty to charges he raped a woman in a Manhattan hotel room in twenty thirteen and sexually assaulted another woman in two thousand six if convicted at a trial expected to last into March the sixty seven year old could face life in prison Julie Walker New York a man is facing charges over his actions on a flight from Dulles airport the passenger on a United Airlines flight on Thursday tells NBC that twenty eight year old Matthew Dingli sprinted toward the cockpit and began pounding on the door the passengers as daily then attacked a flight attendant and the officers who arrested him when the plane landed in Newark New Jersey flight attendant and six officers were injured or one of them had was hospitalized with four broken ribs English facing aggravated assault and a number of other charges leave her smart watches maybe you're even wearing one right now there's a whole new generation of wearables though that go way beyond your wrist smart pajamas are designed for the elderly and people with dementia sensors monitor vital signs and can trigger an emergency call of something's wrong if the holding your belt method is in high tech enough for you the smart belt can monitor your waistline it also has gate the Texan that looks at your walking patterns and warns you if you're at risk of falling and for the busy new mom you can wear a smart breast pump onto your clothes and not have to worry about finding some privacy me a log in staying WTOP knows an extensive collection of JFK memorabilia is hitting the auction block hundreds of items associated with the former president are being offered as a single lot it's a premium now one and a half million dollars it includes a hand written trap the Kennedys nineteen sixty speech announcing his intention to run for president a back brace even golf balls coming up next in money news auctioning off a Georgetown bar VW bus included I'm Jeff.

"matthew dingli" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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09:20 min | 2 years ago

"matthew dingli" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Service and the ad council if you miss Sean Hannity you missed the force or try to force and pressure and Attorney General the chief law enforcement officer in the country to violate the law to accommodate whatever was sick political agenda they have you you cannot ask the Attorney General of the United States to break the law now they want some of the supporting materials really so apparently there was some type of agreement that had been reached there between the house Judiciary Committee and so the criminal contempt thing is not going to happen and that's not going forward then all right so they've been trying to call everybody back everybody that already testified before the house committee for the bipartisan Senate committee and before Muller now if you look at the the amount of materials that were sent over let's just start with the White House the president allowed every single person that was requested to testify before any of these committees meeting the house investigation the bipartisan Senate investigation then Mahler's investigation everyone that worked in the trump White House not one person was told not to cooperate just the opposite they were all given permission and encouraged to testify frankly it was unprecedented that they even allow the White House counsel the time dom again to testify before Muller for thirty hours that's insanity it is there's got to be a line in the sand somewhere they sent over one and a half million pages of documents of documents to the special counsel's office you know that not one time during this process to the president who had the right to invoke executive privilege did he ever invoke executive privilege the Senate Intel had their own investigation the house said their investigation and they conducted scores of transcribed interviews and by the way we're waiting to get some of these closed door interviews release so we can know more about the deep state what happened and who did what when and where and who said what when and where and you know now watching these deep state actors all turn on each other this is getting interesting so you had all of all these investigations that have gone on repeatedly and they've come up with nothing and they're not going to come up with anything that's that's the problem and when you look at the law as it is as as it is written you know there's only so many times that you're gonna cooperate before becomes abuse of their power Sean Hannity weekdays noon to three PM on one oh one point five FM seven twenty AM KGW N. but talk of Las Vegas DC thirty two one oh one five FM seven twenty AM the talk of Las Vegas you heard it here your listing to first news with math read a good Monday morning America's first news continues on this thirteenth day of January and president trump and house speaker Nancy Pelosi are squaring off ahead of the impeachment trial in the Senate the speaker says senators will quote pay a price if they block new witnesses from testifying on ABC's this week speaker policy defended holding up the impeachment article saying the onus will now be on the Senate I've always said I would send them over so there's no there shouldn't be any mystery to that what we did want that when we think we accomplished in the past few weeks is that we want the public to see the need for witnesses witnesses with first hand knowledge of what happened documentation which the president has prevented us from coming out to the Congress as we review this leader McConnell didn't budge on witnesses at all he's not promised when he says that he's lost I think that he will be accountable to the American people for that over seventy percent of the American people think that the president should have those other witnesses testify so again it is the it's about a fair trial they take an oath to take have a fair trial and we think that would be with witnesses and documentation that dynamic has now the ball is in their court to either do that or pay a price for senator McConnell is made is that they're just following that he's gonna follow the Clinton model that you have a couple of weeks the presentations by each side and then you have a vote on witnesses it was a hundred nothing both for that procedure back in nineteen ninety eight nineteen ninety nine so why isn't it fair now it isn't the same thing either at least that's the reason that I could take the whole program going on how it is different is the biggest from the for the biggest one is that the witnesses were called the post you know this witnesses that eventually came all the hose the president has not allowed the witnesses to be deposed that for the house or for the Senate yes so the the evidence was there it was just a question of bringing it more to the forefront and that is a very major difference you can depose the witnesses are you can't president trump by tweeting the Senate should dismiss his trial he says hello see and house intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff should testifies witnesses though if I they move forward Republican as Senate leader Mitch McConnell says he wants a speedy trial U. S. and Canadian accident investigators say they're on certain how much access they'll get to the side of that Ukrainian passenger jet crashed into rants of course and there were fears that late Friday that the probe might already be compromised by the removal of wreckage and then of course on Saturday Iran it made it shot down that airliner former NTSB chair Jim hall told CNBC Iran is obligated to ask Boeing and the national transportation safety board to help investigate laden with imitation is consistent with the Iran for sponsor ability as the lead investigator under the rules of the international civil aviation organization and I would certainly hope that the NTSB amble and as well as the other countries involved I would participate in a full fare independent and thorough investigation I think that would have to be done under the oversight of the international civil aviation organization this time they get involved in these matters what is your experience if you have experience in in what I would describe as any kind of analogous situation where there may have been a crash in and the a in a country that was not particularly friendly with the United States has the record shown that the investigators were free to look and go wherever they wanted to for example to examine the fuselage for signs of shrapnel that could have come from a missile etcetera under my watch we had the Egypt air investigation which I'm supposed to be delegated by the Egyptian government to the NTSB it was a full and fair investigation the Egyptian government at the end disagreed and and blamed the cause of the accident on problems with the Boeing seven six seven but it was a full complete investigation of this on the NTSB website as I mentioned Iran announcing Saturday that its military quote on intentionally shot down that jetliner blaming quote human error the Pentagon says that two US soldiers killed Saturday in Afghanistan by a roadside bomb where both of what well well we're from Virginia and Illinois on Sunday military officials identify the casualties as twenty nine year old staff sergeant Ian McLaughlin of Newport news Virginia and twenty one year old Miguel Villalon Juliet Illinois way both were assigned to the three hundred seventh brigade engineer battalion third brigade combat eighty second airborne Fort Bragg and I got into the vehicle was hit by an IED in Afghanistan scanned our province to other soldiers were injured a media reports say a passenger who spread it out a plane's cockpit during a flight pounding on the door before attacking a flight attendant and fighting with two officers at that Newark airport been charged with aggravated assault and other crimes twenty eight year old Matthew Dingli was arrested Thursday for injuring the flight attendant and six officers including one who was hospitalized with broken ribs a passenger on that United Airlines flight from Washington DC to Newark told NBC it started when a Dingli sprinted at the cockpit began pounding on the door the pastor says Dingli then attacked a flight attendant and officers who arrested him when the plane landed in Newark well speaking of the friendly skies if you well NASA welcoming eleven new astronaut to its ranks in the Canadian space agency also welcome to ask or not for the first to graduate since NASA announced its Artemis program which aims to land the first woman and next man on the moon by twenty twenty four it is my pleasure to be here today.

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"matthew dingli" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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03:04 min | 2 years ago

"matthew dingli" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Fifteen now I'm Christina Myers of filling in for runs the fear thank you so much for joining us in starting your morning with us we are expecting a high of forty three degrees today and it will remain mostly cloudy a man is facing criminal charges over accusations he attacked a cockpit door during a flight from Washington DC to New Jersey the outburst happened on a United express flight last week police say it Matthew Dingli got out of his seat ran to the cockpit door and started pounding on it a flight attendant tried to stop him but Dingli allegedly turned his attention to her and started beating her passengers intervened and were able to subdue the twenty eight year old man that allowed the flight to land without further incident six police officers were also hurt when they were scrambling with Dingli while arresting him after the plane landed we're tired pope Benedict is sharing his thoughts on a priest celibacy within the Catholic Church exurbs surface to Sunday from the book pope Benedict's co wrote with cardinal Robert Sarah which is called from the depths of our hearts where it is said that celibacy holds quote great significance this comes after pope Francis said he would consider a proposal made in October by the church that said a married man could become an ordained priest this is of course in order to help with priest shortages seen across the world The Hollywood Reporter is reporting Duchess of Meghan Markle has signed a deal with the Walt Disney company this is to do voice over work on a future project the work would be in exchange for a donation towards the conservation charity elephants without borders the former actress reportedly interest the deal ahead of the announcement that she and prince Harry are preparing to step back as senior members of the royal family that situation of course is still unfolding getting new details every day but I think that added a little bit of fuel to the fire to one's reports came out that Meghan Markle had signed this deal with his name whether it was before after a believing that it had played into that decision for them to step back and wanting to be out of the limelight but then you're signing a deal with Disney which is going to put you back into the limelight so it's you know reported that that's ruffling a few more feathers within the royal family reports are saying that to the queen is attempting to talk with prince Harry and and figure this situation out but I'm sure this announcement about some miss Markel signing this deal with Disney did not help the situation there well speaking of movies the great war overtakes Star Wars at the weekend box office boxes Kathleen Maloney reports the World War one drama nineteen seventeen is tops with theatergoers.

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02:43 min | 2 years ago

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"Launched into the government's response to the fires after weeks of criticism of the government's slow response to the brush fires and people dismissing handshakes from prime minister Scott Morrison good morning everyone he sat down with Australian broadcasting corporation there are things that I could handle on the ground much better he also acknowledge climate change playing a role in hotter drier summers and discussed Australia's role as one of the largest producers of coal in the world what I'm saying is we want to reduce emissions and do the best job we possibly can and get better and better and better at it throughout the country of Australia there are still more than two hundred fires burning that CBS news correspondent Jamie you guess reporting from Sydney an Australian man who was injured in a volcanic eruption in New Zealand more than a month ago has now died Paul Brown becomes the twenty a victim of that disaster he has two daughters were caught in the December ninth eruption on white island one of his daughters was killed the other daughter remains in the hospital a man is facing charges over his actions on a flight from Dulles airport the passenger on the Thursday United Airlines flight tells NBC that twenty eight year old Matthew Dingli sprinted toward the cockpit and began pounding on the door the passenger says Dingli then attacked a flight attendant and officers who arrested him when the plane landed in Newark New Jersey a flight attendant and six officers were injured including one who was hospitalized with four broken ribs delays facing aggravated assault and a number of other charges Queen Elizabeth has called her immediate family to a meeting today to discuss last week's surprise announcement from prince Harry and his wife Megan if they want to distance themselves from the crown the queen is said she wants the situation wrapped up in days not weeks but tensions are already running high Britain's Sunday times is quoting prince William is saying I put my arm around my brother all our lives and I can't do that anymore we're separate entities CBS news correspondent MTS tire reporting from London an extensive collection of JFK memorabilia is hitting the auction block hundreds of items associated with the former president are being offered as a single lot by Boston's our our auction for a minimum of one of the half million dollars now the collection includes a hand written draft of Kennedy's nineteen sixty speech announcing his intention to run for president hundreds of unpublished photos and negatives of Kennedy and his family water colors he painted and personal items including a necktie back brace in golf balls the auction company says it's like a curated museum exhibit in one option still to come on WTOP the Supreme Court takes up a retirement issue six forty four an interesting creature.

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06:23 min | 2 years ago

"matthew dingli" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"America's first news continues on this thirteenth day of January and president trump and house speaker Nancy Pelosi are squaring off ahead of the impeachment trial in the Senate the speaker says senators will quote pay a price if they block new witnesses from testifying on ABC's this week speaker policy defended holding up the impeachment article saying the onus will now be on the Senate I've always said I would send them over so they should there should be any mystery to that what we did want that when we think we accomplished in the past few weeks is that we wanted the public to see the need for witnesses witnesses with first hand knowledge of what happened documentation which the president has prevented us from coming out to the Congress as we review this but I do know the leader McConnell didn't budge on witnesses at all he's not promise for his house and his wife I think that he will be accountable to the American people for that over seventy percent of the American people think that the president should have those other witnesses testify so again it is the it's about a fair trial they take an oath to take have a fair trial and we think that would be with witnesses and documentation so that dynamic has now the ball is in their court to either do that or pay a price for the center McConnell is made is that they're just following that he's gonna follow the Clinton model that you have a couple of weeks of presentations by each side and then you have a vote on witnesses it was a hundred nothing vote for that procedure back in nineteen ninety eight nineteen ninety nine so why isn't it fair now it isn't the same thing at other of at least six reasons and I could take the whole program going on how it is different is the biggest from that that the biggest one is that the witnesses were all deposed no this witnesses that eventually came all the hose the president has not allowed the witnesses to be deposed that as for the house or for the Senate yes so the the evidence was there it was just a question of bringing it more to the forefront so that is a very major difference you can depose the witnesses are you can't president trump by tweeting the Senate should dismiss his trial he says Pelosi and house intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff should testifies witnesses though if I they move forward Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell says he wants a speedy trial US and Canadian accident investigators say they're on certain how much access they'll get to the side of that Ukrainian passenger jet crashed in Iran of course and there were fears that late Friday that the probe might already be compromised by the removal of wreckage and then of course on Saturday Iran admitted it shot down that airliner former NTSB chair Jim hall told CNBC Iran is obligated to ask Boeing and the national transportation safety board to help investigate laden with invitation is consistent with the Iran responsibility as the lead investigator under the rules of the international civil aviation organization and I would certainly hope that the NTSB amble and as well as the other countries involved would participate in a full fare independent and thorough investigation I think that would have to be done under the oversight of the international civil aviation organization this time they get involved in these matters what is your experience if you have experience in in what I would describe as any kind of analogous situation where there may have been a crash in and the a in a country that was not particularly friendly with the United States has the record shown that the investigators were free they'll look and go wherever they wanted to for example to examine the fuselage for signs of shrapnel that could have come from a missile at cetera under my watch we had the Egypt air investigation which John system be delegated by the Egyptian government to the NTSB it was a full and fair investigation the Egyptian government at the end disagreed and and blamed the cause of the accident on problems with the Boeing seven six seven but it was a full complete investigation of this on the NTSB website has a mention Iran announcing Saturday that its military quote on intentionally shot down that jetliner blaming quote human error the Pentagon says that two US soldiers killed Saturday in Afghanistan by a roadside bomb where both of what well well we're from Virginia and Illinois on Sunday military officials identify the casualties as twenty nine year old staff sergeant Ian McLaughlin of Newport news Virginia and twenty one year old Miguel Villalon of Joliet Illinois way both were assigned to the three hundred seventh brigade your battalion third brigade combat eighty second airborne Fort Bragg the Pentagon says the vehicle was hit by an IED in Afghanistan scanned a heart province to other soldiers were injured a media reports say a passenger who spread it out a plane's cockpit during a flight pounding on the door before attacking a flight attendant and fighting with two officers at that Newark airport been charged with aggravated assault and other crimes twenty eight year old Matthew Dingli was arrested Thursday for injuring the flight attendant and six officers including one who was hospitalized with broken ribs a passenger on that United Airlines flight from Washington DC to Newark told NBC it started when a Dingli sprinted at the cockpit began pounding on the door the pastor says Dingli then attacked a flight attendant and officers who arrested him when the plane landed in Newark well speaking of the friendly skies if you well NASA welcoming eleven new astronauts to its ranks in the Canadian space agency also welcome to new astronaut they're the first to graduate since NASA announced its Artemis program which aims to land the first woman and next man on the moon by twenty twenty four it is my pleasure to be here today to honor our newest class of astronauts this is a very exciting day not only for these impressive men and women but it's an also incredibly exciting day for our nation and for in fact all of humanity this is the heart of this generation and this is the first class of the Artemis generation astronauts.

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KDWN 720AM

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"matthew dingli" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Monday morning America's first news continues on this thirteenth day of January and president trump and house speaker Nancy Pelosi are squaring off ahead of the impeachment trial in the Senate the speaker says senators will quote pay a price if they block new witnesses from testifying on ABC's this week speaker policy defended holding up the impeachment article saying the onus will now be on the Senate I've always said I would send them over so that there should be any mystery to that but we did want that when we think we accomplished in the past few weeks is that we want the public to see the need for witnesses witnesses with first hand knowledge of what happened documentation which the president has prevented us from coming out to the Congress as we review this leader McConnell didn't budge on witnesses at all he's not promise when he says that he will have to I think that he will be accountable to the American people for that over seventy percent of the American people think that the president should have those other witnesses testify so again it is the it's about a fair trial they taken over to take have a fair trial and we think that would be with witnesses and documentation so that dynamic has now the ball is in their court to either do that or pay a price for the center McConnell is made is that they're just following that he's gonna follow the Clinton model that you have a couple of weeks of presentations by each side and then you have a vote on witnesses it was a hundred nothing vote for that procedure back in nineteen ninety eight nineteen ninety nine so why isn't it fair now it isn't the same thing either of at least six reasons and I could take the whole program going on how it is different was the biggest from that that the biggest one is that the witnesses were all deposed you know this witnesses that eventually came all the hose the president has not allowed the witnesses to be deposed that for the house or for the Senate yes so the the evidence was there it was just a question of bringing it more to the forefront said that this is a very major difference you can depose the witnesses are you can't president trump by tweeting the Senate should dismiss his trial he says Pelosi and house intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff should testifies witnesses though if I they move forward Republican as Senate leader Mitch McConnell says he wants a speedy trial US and Canadian accident investigators say they're on certain how much access they'll get to the side of that Ukrainian passenger jet crashed in Iran of course and there were fears that late Friday that the probe might already be compromised by the removal of wreckage and then of course on Saturday Iran admitted it shot down that airliner former NTSB chair Jim hall told CNBC Iran is obligated to ask Boeing and the national transportation safety board to help investigate laden with imitation is consistent with the Iran for sponsor ability as the lead investigator under the rules of the international civil aviation organization and I would certainly hope that the NTSB amble and as well as the other countries involved would participate in a full fare independent and thorough investigation I think that would have to be done under the oversight of the international civil aviation organization this time they get involved in these matters what is your experience if you have experience in in what I would describe as any kind of analogous situation where there may have been a crash in an a in a country that was not particularly friendly with the United States has the record shown that the investigators were free they'll look and go wherever they wanted to for example to examine the fuselage for signs of shrapnel that could have come from a missile at central under my watch we had the age of terror investigation which I insisted be delegated by the Egyptian government to the NTSB it was a full and fair investigation the Egyptian government at the end disagreed and and blamed the cause of the accident on problems with the Boeing seven six seven but it was a full complete investigation and it's on the NTSB website as I mentioned Iran announcing Saturday that its military quote on intentionally shot down that jetliner blaming quote human error the Pentagon says that two US soldiers killed Saturday in Afghanistan by a roadside bomb where both of what well well we're from Virginia and Illinois on Sunday military officials identified the casualties as twenty nine year old staff sergeant Ian McLaughlin of Newport news Virginia and twenty one year old Miguel Villalon of Joliet Illinois way both were assigned to the three hundred seventh brigade or battalion third brigade combat eighty second airborne Fort Bragg the Pentagon says the vehicle was hit by an IED in Afghanistan scanned a heart province to other soldiers were injured a media reports say a passenger who sprinted out of planes cockpit during a flight pounding on the door before attacking a flight attendant and fighting with two officers at that Newark airport been charged with aggravated assault and other crimes twenty eight year old Matthew Dingli was arrested Thursday for injuring the flight attendant and six officers including one who was hospitalized with broken ribs a passenger on that United Airlines flight from Washington DC to Newark told NBC it started when a Dingli sprinted at the cockpit began pounding on the door the pastor says Dingli then attacked a flight attendant and officers who arrested him when the plane landed in Newark well speaking of the friendly skies if you well NASA welcoming eleven new astronauts to its ranks in the Canadian space agency also welcome to new astronaut they're the first to graduate since NASA announced its Artemis program which aims to land the first woman and next man on the moon by twenty twenty four it is my pleasure to be here today to honor our newest class of astronauts this is a very exciting day not only for these impressive men and women but it's also incredibly exciting day for our nation and for.

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03:32 min | 2 years ago

"matthew dingli" Discussed on WTOP

"The earlier case but it was not actually resolved can it now be raised again that CBS news legal analyst Thane Rosenbaum a man is facing aggravated assault and other charges after allegedly sprinting a plane's cockpit during a decent in Newark flight last week pounding on the door before attacking a flight attendant and fighting with officers at the airport in Newark passenger on the United Airlines flight Thursday from dollars tells NBC it started one twenty eight year old Matthew Dingli sprinted toward the cockpit and began to pound on the door the passenger says Dingli then attacked the flight attendant and officers who arrested him on the plane landed in Newark the flight attendant and six officers were injured including one person was hospitalized before broken ribs Queen Elizabeth has called her immediate family to a meeting today to discuss last week's surprise announcement from prince Harry and his wife Meggan that they want to distance themselves from the crown tensions are already running high Britain's Sunday times is quoting prince William is saying I put my arm around my brother all our lives and I can't do that anymore we're separate entities Williams apparent sad this has been eclipsed by the tabloid press which continues to rage of a couple but it appears opinion polls are on Harry and Meg inside with most supporting their decision that's CBS news correspondent and tia's Tayeb reporting from London it's five fifty four here's John o'donnell president and CEO of Washington area new automobile dealers association talking about the Washington auto shows mobility talks international conference being held January twenty second and twenty third mobility talks international started as a conference for a peer to peer exchange of concepts and ideas about how to regulate driverless cars because there's really no rules right now and even when we started this five years ago that was the case but now it's still happening we don't have any meaningful legislation although worldwide governments particularly car producing nations are striving to figure it out we want to get it right we don't want to strangle the technology as it's in its infancy but we also don't want it to run amok and have a negative impact on society we really want to get this right so getting everybody together and talking about what works and what doesn't work really makes a lot of sense The Washington auto shows mobility talks international conference is held January twenty second and twenty third at the Washington convention center a lost dog not a lost cause read catching Murphy the latest book from the Associated Press available now exclusively at Amazon dot com money news at twenty five and fifty five on WTOP Sam sung a Microsoft are teaming up on a big new phone but it's geared for the industrial market those working in healthcare manufacturing retail and the like the galaxy X. cover pro has a removable battery it's capable of withstanding drops of nearly five feet and other extreme conditions and get this it offers a walkie talkie capability with its Microsoft teams a chat based work space an office three sixty five we know the consequences of paying a credit card bill late but Jeff play boss says many card holders still do it twenty six percent of Americans with a credit card of made at least one late payments according to the federal reserve and not just a few days later thirty days late or more the number of late credit card payments has risen twenty two percent since twenty fifteen late payments even wanna raise interest.

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"matthew dingli" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"matthew dingli" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"This morning temperatures starting out in the thirties we're gonna go into the fifties today and that is a far cry from the record breaking temperatures we saw over the weekend getting a much more seasonable as we move through the week today two Catholic schools in Toms River are closed this morning due to the weather that's the official reason listed by officials at Donovan Catholic in Saint Joseph grade schools on social media but they did not elaborate just that the schools will be closed today every time aboard United Airlines flight headed for new work from DC multiple reports detailing a passenger who sprinted at the plane's cockpit during flight pounding on the door before attacking a flight attendant and then fighting with passengers and then officers at Newark airport twenty eight year old Matthew Dingli was eventually subdued now charged with aggravated assault and other crimes one officer hospitalized for four broken ribs and we still don't know what's up the guy off when governor Murphy delivers his state of the state address tomorrow he is expected to tell a number of his accomplishments including driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants the minimum wage hike and improvements to New Jersey transit also telegraph what he's going to focus on next Patrick Murray of the Monmouth university polling institute expects the governor to talk about some new push to help the middle class in his speech because one of the criticisms of Phil Murphy has been that most of his emphasis so far has been on pleasing liberal constituent groups stand working of the Roman university institute for public policy and citizenship agrees and says we need to remember the governor as of this point is running for reelection he has two years to make sure both his party is unified behind him as well as the general electorate David Matthau New Jersey one a one point five news study jerseys first news five oh eight online videos purport to show Iranian police and security forces firing bowl tear gas and live rounds to disperse demonstrators or protest against the Islamic Republic's initial denial it shut down your cranium jetliner the videos were obtained by the Associated Press they show protesters gathered near the freedom square in Tehran Sunday night and the video shows tear gas fired and what appears to be a peaceful crowd which turns and runs away gunfire could be heard in the background other clip shows a woman being carried away as crowd shout she's been shot Iranian state media is not reporting on that incident another holiday season come and gone another round of stories about porch pirates who steal delivered packages a bill that would up the penalties for such a crime is finally on the move again after was amended to give a break to first time offenders to bill upgrades penalties for ports pirates one grade higher in the criminal charges scale for instance if the value of what stole is under two hundred dollars would be a fourth degree crime not disorderly persons offenses such crimes care potential fines up to ten thousand dollars eighteen months in prison but it's all been robbed carribean Jack agreed to limit penalties to restitution of community service for first offenses to get it through the Senate Judiciary Committee were had stalled since last March so it is the least give some level of.

"matthew dingli" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"matthew dingli" Discussed on WTOP

"Unruly passenger on the flight from Dallas to New York last week the passenger viciously attacked a flight attendant and try to push his way into the cockpit once the plane was on the ground twenty eight year old Matthew Dingli charged at at a group of Port Authority police he shoved one down the stairs and he broke four ribs six officers were injured in the scuffle Dingli of New York faces numerous charges including aggravated assault more than a dozen Saudis service members training at U. S. military installations will be expelled from the U. S. following a review of the deadly shooting last month at a Naval Air Station in Pensacola Cola rather Florida several news organizations report the Saudis are not accused of aiding the twenty one year old Saudi national air for second lieutenant who killed three American sailors in the December shooting sources are reporting summer suspect of a suspected of having connections to extremist movements twelve thirty six you think one of the safest places to be when it comes to discrimination and harassment would be the Maryland legislature the workplace climate survey is the first of its kind in the Maryland legislature and the findings reveal while there is awareness about policies when it comes to sexual harassment and discrimination there's a lack of confidence when it comes to health complaints are resolved and whether those outcomes are fair the survey included more than five hundred lawmakers in staff members in the house and Senate as well as lobbyists and employees of the department of legislative services only about thirty percent though complaints were handled appropriately about sixty one percent were neutral and nine percent responded unfavorably last year a report revealed for complaints were filed within the General Assembly one related to sexual harassment and two others linked to discrimination Melissa Howell W. two opinions and the average US price of regular grade gallon of gas is jumping four cents per gallon to two dollars and sixty four sent over the past three weeks trilby Lundberg of the Lundberg survey says that the US produces soul must out loud gasoline now that they that we don't see the big picture the big surprise spike from Middle East tensions it's twelve thirty seven.

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"matthew dingli" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"matthew dingli" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Name some place you can't county police of the teenagers were shot when they met the adults to buy something and then ran off with the merchandise we have an update to a story we brought you last week the long time record store owner who lost everything in a fire that burned his new location in coming today he got a boost of help from an out of the blue source when Patrick from Lawrence all heard what happened to Bob Johnson's new store Michael Landon well if you don't have one a man of his word Patrick tells me I called both he and Johnson on the phone when they got together probably under a lot of albums like Frank Zappa Joni Mitchell some eagles live Woodstock and more stories about certainly not favorite albums Johnson tells me he's so grateful to get a great head start to rebuilding a collection for the new place at Drake it's ninety five point five W. SB top local use every thirty minutes and when it breaks ninety five point five W. SB depend on it who is battling Australia's wild fires said they have been able to turn from defense to offense for the first time in weeks thanks to a break in the weather the weather is expected to remain but nine for next week although any deterioration conditions after that could see the wildfires flare up again in depth coverage of campaign twenty twenty on ninety five point five W. S. Bloomberg is out to defeat president trump whether or not he does it by becoming the next president himself here's ABC's Rachel Scott in Iowa has taken some heat from his rivals over how much money he is spending in this race already senator Elizabeth Warren said he's skipping out on the democracy part of this primary but Bloomberg says he is open to spending one billion dollars by election day even if he is not the eventual nominee he plans on building out a robust operation to help his party and its fight against president trump media reports say a passenger who sprinted at a plane's cockpit during the flight pounding on the door before attacking a flight attendant and fighting with officers at the Newark airport has been charged with aggravated assault and other crimes twenty eight year old Matthew Dingli was arrested Thursday for injuring the flight attendant and six officers including one who was hospitalized with four broken ribs WSB news time is eleven oh three at last is whether it's changeable but not.

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"matthew dingli" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"matthew dingli" Discussed on WTOP

"The bulk of the day Monday night keeping a close eye for disturbance that could bring some rain to the area into Tuesday morning temperatures tomorrow will reach the upper fifties low fifties on Tuesday with another chance of rain showers mostly cloudy by Wednesday will actually read down into the upper fifties low sixties mostly sunny I'm certain he wore meteorologists tomorrow it is fifty two degrees in northwest Washington DC right here in the middle of the nation's capital to cap off what was a picture perfect weekend the exception of that severe weather last night ten forty an unruly passenger on board a flight from Dallas to New York last week he viciously attacked the flight attendant try to push his way into the cockpit once the plane was on the ground twenty eight year old Matthew Dingli charged at a group of Port Authority police shoved one of him down the stairs he broke four ribs six officers were injured in that scuffle Dingli of New York faces a number of charges including aggravated assault more than a dozen Saudi servicemen training in U. S. military bases are going to be expelled from the U. S. follow that review that follow the deadly shooting last month at the Naval Air Station Pensacola Florida several news organizations reporting that the Saudis are not accused of aiding the twenty one year old Saudi national who killed three American sailors in that shooting in December sources report some though are suspected of having connections to extremist you would think one of the safest places to be when it comes to discrimination and harassment would be the Maryland state legislature you would think the workplace climate survey is the first of its kind in the Maryland legislature and the findings reveal while there is awareness about policies when it comes to sexual harassment and discrimination there's a lack of confidence when it comes to health complaints resolved and whether those outcomes are fair the survey included more than five hundred lawmakers in staff members in the house and Senate as well as lobbyists and employees of the department of legislative services only about thirty percent though complaints were handled appropriately about sixty one percent were neutral and nine percent responded unfavorably last year a report revealed for complaints were filed within the General Assembly one related to sexual harassment and two others linked to discrimination Melissa Howell W. two opinions gas prices jumping four cents a gallon over the past three weeks two dollars and sixty four cents a gallon at the pump right now industry analyst trilby Lundberg says they probably won't go much higher because crude oil prices have dropped price of the pot now thirty three cents higher than it was this time last year three fifty eight in Honolulu two twenty one in Houston it was five years ago today metro train filled with smoke Glover died since Glover died in the smoke incident near l'enfant plaza metro has made or is in the process of making a number of changes directed by oversight groups and they've added long term maintenance shutdowns but the Washington.

"matthew dingli" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"matthew dingli" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"To use cash to get over the bay bridge he will switch to all electronic tolling before that can happen work needs to be done and it stars tonight we have to remove some of the told those to do that we have to cut all planes three four and five Maryland Transportation Authority director Jim ports as some traffic will be diverted to lanes one and two other traffic to lane six through eleven still he says he doesn't expect traffic the starlet too badly a man is facing charges over accusations he charged the cockpit door during a flight from DC to New Jersey the outburst happen on the United express flight last week police say Matthew Dingli got out of his seat ran to the cockpit door and started pounding on it a flight attendant tried to stop him but they only allegedly turned his attention to her and started beating her passengers intervene and subdue the twenty eight year old allowing the flight to land without incident six police officers were also hurt when they scrap wittingly while arresting him after the plane landed a milestone in Virginia for the real ID program the Virginia department of motor vehicles says more than a million residents now have their real ID complied driver's license or identification card the program began in twenty eighteen in the hopes of getting everyone to have the updated identification card by October first of this year which is the federal deadline real ID will be necessary by that date if you're flying anywhere in the country you will also still be able to use a U. S. passport passport card and some military ID's Maria leaf on WMAL and WMAL dot com topsy the Baltimore was handed a twenty eight to twelve lost by the Tennessee Titans at M. and T. bank stadium last night the Titans now go on to play Kansas city which dominated Houston this afternoon fifty one to thirty one W. I. mail news time is seven oh four now WMAL traffic and weather from the how these carpet traffic's three ninety five north bound and very that save the to a serious accident for drivers approaching seminary round three of your right lanes blocked with traffic eking by on only that farm left shoulder you will be all stop no go with traffic out across the coming into little river turnpike trying to pass this incident also capitol beltway recovering from an out of the bank today right I was not going to happen now the good news is that accident has been cleared after also previously blocking three of the right lane for.

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Man arrested after tying to open cockpit door, fighting flight attendant

Real Estate Today

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Man arrested after tying to open cockpit door, fighting flight attendant

"A man is facing charges over accusations he charged the cockpit door during a flight from DC to New Jersey the outburst happen on the United express flight last week police say Matthew Dingli got out of his seat ran to the cockpit door and started pounding on it a flight attendant tried to stop him but they only allegedly turned his attention to her and started beating her passengers intervene and subdue the twenty eight year old allowing the flight to land without incident six police officers were also hurt when they scrap wittingly while arresting him after the plane

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"matthew dingli" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"matthew dingli" Discussed on WTOP

"There was an unruly passenger on board a flight from Dallas to New York last week passenger viciously attacking the flight attendant then try to push his way into the cockpit now once off the plane when the plane was on the ground twenty eight year old Matthew Dingli charged at a group of Port Authority police shoving one of them down the stairs breaking for his ribs six officers all told injured in that scuffled Bingley who lives in New York faces a number of charges including aggravated assault in Maryland teens under eighteen can legally get birth control without their parents knowing about it but should that extend the contraception that has to be implanted a group of Republican delegates say a minor should need parental permission before going on a type of birth control known as the intrauterine device or the implantable rod the bill sponsored by Washington County delegate meal parent would not apply to birth control pills or other non invasive forms of birth control any tells the Frederick news post is open making it even more narrow to get more support he says he came up with a bill after hearing about a sixteen year old who got the device surgically implanted by a school nurse without her parents knowing but it wasn't put in right resulting in more doctors visits when problems erupted jondo men WTOP news you would think one of the safest places to be when it comes to discrimination and harassment would be the Maryland state legislature you would think the workplace climate survey is the first of its kind in the Maryland legislature and the findings reveal while there is awareness about policies when it comes to sexual harassment and discrimination there's a lack of confidence when it comes to health complaints are resolved and whether those outcomes are fair the survey included more than five hundred lawmakers in staff members in the house and Senate as well as lobbyists and employees of the department of legislative services only about thirty percent though complaints were handled appropriately about sixty one percent were neutral and nine percent responded unfavorably last year a report revealed for complaints were filed within the General Assembly one related to sexual harassment and two others linked to discrimination Melissa Howell WTOP news and still ahead stormy last night balmy today so what about tomorrow six thirty seven your business off to a fast start in the new year it's go time.

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"matthew dingli" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"matthew dingli" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"When we send them over she spoke on ABC's this week hello she has said she was withholding the articles until she was sure that the Senate trial would be fair the death toll continues to rise from severe storms that car of a wide swath through Texas and the south all the way up to Chicago the number is now up to eleven according to the National Weather Service tornadoes have struck in Oklahoma Texas Alabama and Louisiana this is USA radio news when you have a pain in the neck a real pain in the neck back shoulder or leg you now have two convenient choices to get fast relief without taking another pill because now sunny day those are available at both Amazon and Walmart yes see sunny days four and a half to five star customer reviews on Amazon dot com or Walmart dot com made in the USA microwavable heat wraps hello is an extra large body wraps are designed better perfect support and when you need it even while driving sunny day wraps will not burn and stay balanced to provide using hot or cold therapy to help treat temporary or chronic pain and the best part sunny day quality products started under twenty dollars join thousands of happy customers and see why so many of the products of a lifetime one hundred percent positive rating on both Amazon and it is easy click Amazon or Walmart answers today for sunny day a man aboard a United express flight from Washington DC to Newark New Jersey was arrested after allegedly ramming the cockpit door before attacking a flight attendant who tried to stop him Matthew Dingli age twenty eight was aboard the flight which was about to touch down when he jumped out of his seat and ran toward the cockpit door the flight attendant who attended to intervene became the focus of tingly seatac while he tried to choke her and then here in the head six officers were injured after the flight and the flight attendant was taken to a nearby hospital New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman was arrested for vandalism for jumping onto the hood of a car in Beverly hills.

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"matthew dingli" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"matthew dingli" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"I'm Christopher Cruz attention all authors page publishing is looking for authors have you read the book and want to get it published page publishing will get your book into bookstores and for sale online at Amazon apple I tunes in other outlets they handle all aspects of the publishing process for you training cover art publicity copyright and editing call eight hundred five zero one thirty six eighty nine now for your free author submission kit that's eight hundred five zero one thirty six eighty nine for your free author submission kit again eight hundred five zero one thirty six eighty nine are you drowning in IRS tax debt get ready for a toll free hotline take advantage of new IRS tax forgiveness programs call civic tax relief for free information now find out about the fresh start program that is now available through specific tax relief the tax relief special tax hotline can help you discover all the relief programs you qualify for free just call eight hundred eight four one oh nine oh wait eight hundred eight four one oh nine oh eight eight hundred eight four one oh nine oh eight a United express flight from Dulles airport near Washington headed to Newark yesterday was forced to make an emergency landing when a passenger propelled himself into the cockpit door it all happened when United express flight forty nine sixty five was closing in on Newark airport just a one hour flight a passenger identified as Matthew Dingli allegedly got out of his seat and made a beeline for the door to the cockpit in an attempt to smash through it a female flight attendant tried to intervene in Dingli attacked her at that point other passengers subdued tingly as the pilot made an emergency landing when police boarded the plane to arrest Dingli he charge the officers injuring six men in blue before finally being tackled on the tarmac the twenty eight year old Yngwie faces a slew of charges for the violent outburst including aggravated assault and resisting arrest I'm Jeff mackay a class action lawsuit alleges decades of abuse it Hampshire's youth detention center attorneys representing thirty six people who say they were abused filed.