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Fresh update on "mayor bill de blasio" discussed on 77 WABC Early News

77 WABC Early News

00:32 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mayor bill de blasio" discussed on 77 WABC Early News

"Of free tickets seats because it's the Met gala. They give everybody hard time. If it was the Yankee gala, nobody would care. Everybody would look the other way. Well, exactly, And also she made it political with the you know, tax. The rich thing. Missouri Cave featuring ancient indigenous artwork is carrying a more than $2 million price tag. That's how much it sold for at auction this week. And now the cave. Yeah. The caves. Yeah. And now the oocyte Osage. The nation is speaking out, they say Their ancestors were behind much of the artwork and they wanted to buy the property. But the family who owns it reportedly couldn't agree on a price. Owning a key about Well, obviously it's on their property. Yeah, Uh, Just days after a brazen shooting at the Upper East side hotspot, Philip Chow Democratic mayoral nominee Eric Adams sat down to have dinner there. He used the media attention to slam criminals, and he promised to beef up the NYPD on Wednesday night. You probably heard this. By now, Two armed men robbed some patrons that were sitting outside of the restaurant. Shooting one in the leg, while diners sitting nearby looked on in horror cups, by the way, say they are still on the hunt for the suspects. Just in time for Oh, just Oh, just in time for Winnie the poohs the heck out of me. 95th anniversary cottage, inspired by the lovable bear is now up for rent. In England. Disney helped design the Bear B and B cottage. It's stocked with yoga mats, journals and throw rugs to embrace living more like poo. Who's famous for going at his own pace. A one night stay will cost 130 bucks. But visitors will also be given a tour of the 100 acre wood. Did Putin do yoga? I think so. Oh, I didn't. I don't think so. Did he had what was his little land called? Where did he live? The 100 Acre wood. That's what it was called. Don't look at me like I'm crazy. This is like 52 years ago. I don't remember the stuff. More than 20 of our nation's attorneys general are not happy about vaccine mandates, and now they're threatening to sue. The news comes in a letter a week after President Joe Biden announced the mandate for federal employees, contractors and companies with more than 100 workers. They refer to the mandates as an edict and speaking of the vaccine, the TV show This is interesting inside edition. They've been known for busting bad behavior a time or two, and their latest undercover up happened right here in New York City. The show sent crews out to 15 different restaurants to see how many were enforcing the city's vaccine mandate and of the 15 11 did not enforce the protocol. Couple of the restaurants were right here on the Upper East Side. Producers receded inside with no questions. Asked New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio says those businesses who don't enforce the rules are subject to $1000 surprised that it was that high 11. I think I've been two restaurants three times since they started enforcing And only one didn't ask for a vaccine card. When I walked in, I've only been to one, and they asked Michael's So Thank you. Michaels Michaels in Midtown Michaels in Midtown, doing pretty well. I can afford to have lunch at Michael's. Somebody took me out. Okay, 5 15. Let's get a look at sports with Mezei. Pienza. Alright. Thanks, Frankie. Good morning, everybody. Well, not a good day for the Yankees, but ready. Juliet? Yes, Orioles one, Okay. I can't believe it. Well, I better go buy a lottery ticket today. Yankees reliever Clay homes, threw a wild pitch with two outs in the ninth inning that let the tying run score. In Austin. He is charged and chopped an R B, I single and the 10th that lifted the Orioles to a 32 win and drop New York. Back in the L wild card race. The Yankees fell half a game behind Idol, Toronto and Boston atop the Ale wildcard standings. Holmes was one strike away from his first career save and when is high and outside fastball got past catcher Gary Sanchez, allowing pinch runner get Kelvin Gutierrez to streak home from third base. Yankees closer of all this. Chapman had pitched the previous previous three days. Ryan Mount Castle homered for Baltimore, which snapped a five game skid and avoided its 1/100 loss of the season. So the gridiron now for some, and I fell action, Dustin Hopkins made a 43 year old yard field goal and an untimed down and the Washington football team defeated the Giants 32 29. Hopkins missed his first attempt to win the game, but he was given a reprieve when Dexter Lawrence was flagged for being offside. His next attempt was good giving awash, giving Washington a wild victory and quarterback Tyler Hi. Nicky gave another moment in the sun. Hi, Nicky threw for 336 yards and two touchdowns. With sports at 15 and 45. I'm Matt SAPIENs, and that's w ABC sports Back to you guys. Thank you, Matt 5 17. Let's check in with Joe Nolan, who's got traffic and transit on the seventh. Did you watch any of that game? That giant game last night? You know, I was at a charity event Last night, I was hosting the Mount ST Mary's Academy up there and watching they have their annual gallop. And it was there was a pretty nice thing. I didn't realize how nice it was gonna be nice. Good for you. Yes. So I did that raise some money for him was good. So here we go. We have really not a bad morning. In fact, pretty good morning as you begin to travel inbound ally in northern Southern, all three building up normally as you come out and ask God coming into the city up to Lord Brooklyn, already Industry city to the Brooklyn Bridge. And that new construction zone inbound on the wanna speak you if you're traveling at the Hudson River crossings, So far so good. No major problems at the Lincoln and Holland Tunnel..

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"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

04:19 min | Last week

"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Mayor Bill de Blasio is expressing gratitude for President Biden's quick decision to send federal aid to affected areas. Thank God, We're getting support now for the federal government, because what's clear is we're going to fight back yet again. That's what we do. The federal government's really with us in the south. At least 17 people were killed by Hurricane IDA President Biden has declared major federal disasters in both regions. California fire officials say they've made progress against the cowl door fire. It is still close to the resort city of South Lake Tahoe, but thousands of people who evacuated are preparing to return State fire officials say the caldera fire is nearly half contained more than 200 Leading medical journals say the biggest threat to public health isn't the covid 19 pandemic. It's climate change, and NPR's Lauren Sommer reports, the journals are calling on world leaders to take action with every heat wave or flood or wildfire, emergency rooms no to brace themselves. Extreme weather causes deaths, especially taking a toll on the most vulnerable populations those with existing health problems. In an unprecedented joint statement, the editors of top health journalists say that's why it's urgent to stop climate change. Calling on world leaders to make bigger cuts in heat trapping emissions, something that will be negotiated in November at the international climate Summit. Without that, the editorial says, the effects on public health could be catastrophic. Lauren Sommer. NPR news Tensions are running high in Brazil today is that country's Independence Day holiday. NPR's Philip Reeves reports. Brazil's far right president, Jair Bolsonaro has summoned his supporters onto the streets. These demonstrations are happening at a time that Bolsonaro's in conflict with Brazil's Supreme Court, particularly over the country's electronic voting system. He's threatened to try to stop next year's elections unless the systems changed. Although there's no concrete evidence, it's flawed. His opponents say he's trying to distract attention from his mishandling of the covid 19 pandemic and from Brazil's economic troubles. They worry that today's demonstrations in Sao Paulo and Brasilia will boil over and some of his hardline supporters will try to attack the Supreme Court and Congress. Philip Reeves NPR NEWS Brazilian on Wall Street stocks are mixed. The Dow Jones industrials are down 276 points. The NASDAQ is up nearly 17. This is NPR. It's 76 degrees at 10 04. I'm Maria willful. With W B E Z News. Six people, including a four year old boy were killed in Chicago over Labor Day weekend. The Chicago Police Department reports 63 shooting victims from six PM Friday through 11 59 PM Yesterday, eight Children 17 and younger were wounded as well. Unvaccinated Chicago public school students should stay home today and for the next few days if they travelled over Labor Day weekend, two states with high covid 19 rates. WBC's Adriana Cardona McGee got reports. Those students should self quarantine for 7 to 10 days, CPS says. This applies to all unvaccinated students, including those 11 years and younger. Sippy is also says students of quarantining won't have access to remote instruction only homework. Remote instruction is only available to students who are told by city and school officials to quarantine if they were in close contact with an infected person. Vaccinated students aren't required to self quarantine unless they develop symptoms. CPS officials say This is based on guidelines from the CDC and local public health officials. Adriana Cardona McGee got W B B C news. Many secretary of state facilities in suburban Chicago will begin requiring appointments this week, part of a plan to reduce long lines. The nine suburban facilities join seven others in Illinois, already operating based on appointments for licenses and I D services. Secretary of State Jesse White first announced the changes in July. And a new labor agreement with the Chicago Police Union will face its first legislative hurdle today a vote by a City Council committee. It's a major step for the 12,000 rank and file members of the city's police department who have been working for more than four years without a contract. The eight year agreement includes retroactive pay raises and new reforms.

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Biden Directs Federal Aid to NY, NJ After Deadly Flooding

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Biden Directs Federal Aid to NY, NJ After Deadly Flooding

"President Biden has directed federal aid to New York and New Jersey after deadly flooding president Biden has approved a major disaster declarations greenlighting federal aid for people in six New Jersey counties affected by devastating flooding last week and that was welcome news to New Jersey governor Phil Murphy who spent Labor Day looking at damage in hard hit Lambert fill the spirit of community in this town is extraordinary at least fifty people were killed and six eastern states as a record rainfall last Wednesday overwhelm rivers and sewer systems many point to climate change like New York City mayor bill de Blasio this is what climate change looks like it's going to take a massive investment both to stop the pain that people are feeling but also to reverse what's happening actually after

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Biden, De Blasio, and Hochul Use Hurricane Ida to Push Climate Change Agenda

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 2 weeks ago

Biden, De Blasio, and Hochul Use Hurricane Ida to Push Climate Change Agenda

"Ida didn't care if you were a Democrat or Republican. Says Biden, ruler Urban This destruction is everywhere, and it's a matter of life and death. And we're all in this together. This is one of the great challenges of our time, but I'm confident we'll meet it. They're howling at the moon. And they're calling it science. They're howling at the moon, and they're calling it science. And the only people The only people who have to You have to surrender to this. It's not government bureaucrats know they're going to enrich themselves. It's not the central government. It's going to get bigger. Not the politicians know they're going to be more powerful. It's you. The working people this country. Of little relationship to the government. It's you. Shortly before the president spoke newly minted New York governor Kathy Hash oil, However, the hell you pronounce it joined the New York City mayor Bill de Blasio has done a fantastic job. Other local leaders To discuss the daunting recovery efforts underway across the New York metropolitan region. Every official who spoke made it a point to stress the need for action on human caused climate change. Human caused climate change. If it's human cause than humans must be controlled. If humans Are the evil if humans are the problem. Than humans must be controlled. And of course by other

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More Than a Dozen Deaths After Ida Remnants Slam Northeast

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

More Than a Dozen Deaths After Ida Remnants Slam Northeast

"What's left of hurricane night has been battering the northeast New York City mayor bill de Blasio called it a historic weather event with record breaking rain brutal flooding and dangerous road conditions subway stations flooded in video showed vehicles up to their windows and water garbage sailing down the streets many of those who died were trapped in flooded basements in New York City power got knocked out for hundreds of thousands of people in New York New Jersey and Pennsylvania New Jersey governor Phil Murphy you know an extraordinary sadly tragic historic twenty four hours in New Jersey there's no other way to put it and the storm didn't stop there residents of southern New England woke up to flooded roads commuter delays in a flash flood warning in Plainville Connecticut first responders used boats to rescue eighteen people from a flooded neighborhood I made a fall away

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Why the NYPD Is Grappling With COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy

TIME's Top Stories

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

Why the NYPD Is Grappling With COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy

"New york city police department. Nypd is struggling to vaccinate its employees. According to the department an estimated forty seven percent of its members are fully vaccinated under nypd administered programs against kovac nineteen as of august twenty fourth even accounting for a percentage of the nypd's force who may have been vaccinated outside work and not provided details thereof. The nypd is not mandating that its employees self report their status that figure likely represents a sizeable decrease from the wider vaccination rates across new york city. Seventy six percent of all adults city residents of gotten at least one shot as of august twenty six and sixty eight percent are fully vaccinated and amid the delta variant impacting non-vaccinated new yorkers the kovic nineteen positivity rate in new york city over. The last seven days is around three percent on july twenty sixth new york city mayor. Bill de blasio said that all city workers would be required to get vaccinated or get tested weekly from september thirteenth onwards and on august twenty third the pfizer bio n tek vaccine became the first covert nineteen vaccine to be approved by the us food and drug administration fda but one brooklyn based traffic enforcement. Agent tells time they have no immediate intentions of getting the vaccine. I just don't feel like i need it yet. I spend most of my time outside. And i wear a mask. The traffic officer says for me. It's about having the choice to take it. And i just don't want to take it yet. A spokesman for the new york city patrol benevolent association. Pba the largest police union in new york city told time on august twenty fifth that they would take legal action. If there is a vaccine mandate for its workers

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New York Leaders Respond to Haiti Earthquake

Red Eye Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

New York Leaders Respond to Haiti Earthquake

"People dead and buildings reduced to rubble. Now we have reaction from leaders in New York. It was 11 years ago back in 2010 when the devastating 7.1 earthquake in Haiti killed Again hundreds of thousands of people here in New York Mayor Bill de Blasio responding. We are working with community leaders to get immediate aid to Haiti. Charlene and I are keeping our Haitian neighbors in New York and on the island in our thoughts and prayers. State Attorney General Leticia James reacting quote. We must do all that we can to support the Haitian people both in the immediate aftermath of this earthquake. And in the moments and months to come. My thoughts and prayers are with the people of Haiti and the Haitian communities here in New York foxes Alex Hogan America is listening to Fox News.

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Lawmakers give Cuomo deadline in impeachment probe

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Lawmakers give Cuomo deadline in impeachment probe

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting lawmakers give new York's governor a deadline in an impeachment probe New York governor Andrew Cuomo has been given an August thirteenth deadline by state lawmakers to provide additional evidence as they investigated his conduct in office the assembly's Judiciary Committee has been investigating foremost it's March looking into sexual harassment allegations misleading the public about covert nineteen outbreaks at nursing homes and using state resources and staff for his five million dollar book deal he don Palmer was turned up earlier this week when state Attorney General Letitia James released findings of an independent investigation concluding global sexually harassed at least eleven women at a news conference Thursday New York mayor bill de Blasio he should step aside right now Cuomo has denied making any inappropriate sexual advances hi Mike Rossio

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Vaccine Passports Are a Threat to Our Freedoms

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:10 min | Last month

Vaccine Passports Are a Threat to Our Freedoms

"We need to talk about the loss of america's freedoms we need to be taught. We need to talk about segregation. My friends segregation is back. Now i'm not talking about the crt version of it. although that's part of it too. And i'm not talking about safe spaces for black voices and in or i'm sorry safe spaces for black faces and brown faces. Lgbtq faces separate from all of this big gets in those males these racist white males and all of their privilege and supremacy premacy. That's not what i'm talking about. I talk about segregation. All those things are real. I'm talking about the great unwashed. I'm talking about leper colonies. You think i'm joking. You think it's an it's an exaggeration. You think it's a a melodramatic. No it's not leper colonies you remember leper colonies. Were they force because of the highly contagious nature of leprosy Which of course was just debilitating and fatal You know they. They would keep lepers to themselves. I remember mother. Teresa once you know part of the reason for her canonization as a saint Was because of her willingness to go in and treat people with those kinds of things that were just cast off from society leper colonies were created. And now we're about to have that happen. In fact we have seen the beginning of it with vaccine passports and the separation of baseball parks from vaccine sections to unvaccinated sections the separation of football players yellow responds for vaccinated red wristbands. Because that's the scarlet letter for non-vaccinated and now in new york city. You have open access to all indoor facilities in new york city. According to mayor. Bill de blasio. You have unfettered access to restaurants two bars two gyms to concert halls to sporting arenas two indoor facilities all over the city. As long as you are willing to show your vaccine passport.

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Why New York Mayor Bill De Blasio Is Racist

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | Last month

Why New York Mayor Bill De Blasio Is Racist

"The blasios racist new york city is racist you want to know why one of the lowest vaccinated communities in new york is the black community. Black new yorkers aren't getting vaccinated. don't just take my word for it. Maybe you'll listen to the mayor of boston. Acting mayor kim janey the first woman and black boss stone ian to be there was asked about. New york's policy mandating vaccines for indoor activities. She says the move is reminiscent of slavery. She says the move is reminiscent of the long history in the united states. She said of people needing to show their papers when asked about the mandate. We're gonna find this clip for you from wc vb. I've got the article here from the new york post. During slavery this is a quote mayor. Kim janey of boston during slavery. Post slavery as reason as you know what the immigrant population has to go through here. We've heard trump with the birth certificate. Nonsense i don't know what that's got to do with papers but so so be it. She says here. We wanna make sure that we are not doing anything that would further create a barrier for residents of boston or disproportionately impact by pock communities b. i. p. o. she. I always forget what these people of

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New York City to Mandate Vaccines for Indoor Activities

WBZ Overnight News

00:36 sec | Last month

New York City to Mandate Vaccines for Indoor Activities

"To show your vaccinated to go almost anywhere inside in New York City soon. Food indoor Workout classes, concerts, some of the things New York City is known for soon. In order to participate in any of it, you'll need to be vaccinated, says Mayor Bill de Blasio, the only way To patronize these establishments indoors will be if you're vaccinated at least one dose the same for folks in terms of work, they'll need at least one dose. It's called the key to NYC pass and is the first mandate of its kind in the country. The policy will be phased in over the coming weeks with full enforcement by mid September.

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NYC Will Require Vaccination Proof for Indoor Dining, Gyms

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

NYC Will Require Vaccination Proof for Indoor Dining, Gyms

"New York City will soon require proof of covert nineteen vaccination for people participating in indoor activities like restaurants gyms and entertainment mayor bill de Blasio announced the move Tuesday the first big city in the US to impose such restrictions remained in place it's going to guarantee a much higher level of vaccination in the city and that is the key to protecting people and the key to our recovery he calls it the key to NYC and says the proof of vaccination policy goes into full effect September thirteenth with inspections and enforcement you want to participate in our society fully you got to get vaccinated Lazio says mayoral executive order and health commissioner's order are the legal tools he's using I'm Julie Walker

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California, NYC to Require Employees to Get COVID-19 Vaccine

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

California, NYC to Require Employees to Get COVID-19 Vaccine

"On the city state and federal levels more Americans are being required to get cold at nineteen vaccines as the delta variants surges in California governor Gavin Newsom says it's no longer optional for government employees this is a requirement to prove event accentuated same deal in New York City mayor bill de Blasio says either get the shots or get tested once a week president Biden says the VA is now the first major federal agency requiring Kobe nineteen shots and all docs working and facilities are going to have to be vaccinated officials are encouraged acts in Asian rates are starting to rise again offering hope of those who were reluctant to are changing their minds Sager may got me at the White House

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NYC to Require Vaccines or Weekly Testing for City Workers

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

NYC to Require Vaccines or Weekly Testing for City Workers

"New York City will require nearly all municipal workers to get vaccinated by September or undergo weekly corona virus tests mayor bill de Blasio says the vaccine mandates starts September thirteenth every single city employee will be expected to be either vaccinated or be tested weekly this means everybody he says the city tried purely voluntary for over half a year and every form of incentive the limit was reached it's time for more mandates and he's urging the private sector to do the same this is about our recovery this is about what we need to do to bring back New York City this is about keeping people safe the bloody says seventy one percent of adults in the city have had at least one dose of the vaccine Julie Walker New York

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NYC Requires Health Workers to Be Vaccinated or Tested Weekly

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

NYC Requires Health Workers to Be Vaccinated or Tested Weekly

"Michael. Thank you very much. Nathan. Workers in New York City run hospitals and health clinics have a new order from Mayor Bill de Blasio. Every single one of our workers. Get vaccinated or gets tested weekly. This will begin on. August. 2nd Blasio says the new policy comes as the city battles a rise in Covid 19 cases fueled by the highly contagious Delta variant. The order applies to publicly employed nurses, doctors, social workers, custodians and registrars. Blasio didn't rule out eventually applying the same requirement teachers,

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NYC Honors Essential Workers at Parade up Canyon of Heroes

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

NYC Honors Essential Workers at Parade up Canyon of Heroes

"New York City held a ticker tape parade to honor essential workers to help the city get through the cove in nineteen pandemic fans March to confetti rained down as nurses doctors first responders teachers bus drivers and others rode on floats through the canyon of tall buildings from battery park to city hall what a difference a year makes the grand marshal was Sandra Lynsey New York health care workers was the first person in the country to get a free copy thank find workers the people fed us the people put their lives on the line we can't thank them enough mayor bill de Blasio rode on a float with hospital employees and the mascot for the New York Mets thank you the parade along the canyon of heroes was the latest in a one hundred and twenty five year New York City tradition Blasio said these are the folks who made history in New York city's toughest our I'm Jennifer king

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Macy's Annual July 4 Fireworks to Return to New York City

Dan Caplis

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Macy's Annual July 4 Fireworks to Return to New York City

"July, 4th tradition is returning. Spacey's posted a video teasing the return of Fourth of July fireworks in New York City within person viewing the 45th annual Macy's Fourth of July. Fireworks will ignite in a jaw dropping salute to our nation producer will cost promised 6500 shells and effects launched from five barges in the East River. Mayor Bill de Blasio said crowds can return because of the city's progress against the virus going to take on added meaning this year as a symbol of our rebirth Last year shows pretaped People away.

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Macy's Annual July 4 Fireworks to Return to NYC

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Macy's Annual July 4 Fireworks to Return to NYC

"July 4th tradition returning after a pandemic related absence we hear from ABC's Aaron Carter Ski Aces posted a video teasing the return of Fourth of July fireworks in New York City. With in person viewing the 45th annual Macy's Fourth of July. Fireworks will ignite in a jaw dropping salute to our nation producer will cost promised 6500 shells and effects launched from five barges in the East River Mayor Bill de Blasio said crowds can return because of the city's progress against the virus going to take on added Meeting this year as a symbol of our rebirth. Last year's show is pre taped to keep people away.

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De Blasio Says New York Schools All in-Person, With No Remote Learning, This Fall

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:14 sec | 4 months ago

De Blasio Says New York Schools All in-Person, With No Remote Learning, This Fall

"That's covert infection rates come down decisions are being made about the next school year. In New York City. Public schools will be fully in person in September Mayor Bill de Blasio. I have talked to so many parents who have been wanting to hear this confirmed and I am

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US Closes in on 100 Million Americans Fully Vaccinated

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

US Closes in on 100 Million Americans Fully Vaccinated

"From coast to coast the nation is showing signs of a pandemic rebound as it approaches of vaccination milestone in New York City which mayor bill de Blasio says will be fully open by July first this is going to be the summer of New York City and southern California where Disneyland reopened today for the first time in thirteen months in Atlanta the CDC says new virus cases hospitalizations and deaths have all dropped again the White House says nearly one hundred million Americans are now fully vaccinated with either the single Johnson and Johnson jab war both shots of the Fizer and but during a vaccine make sure you get that second dose Dr Anthony Fauci says about eight percent of those who got the first have not come back for another Sager make ani Washington

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"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:04 min | 8 months ago

"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Listen at morning, NPR News, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says. Starting Monday, the state will begin scheduling vaccinations for a wider group of recipients. NPR's Sally Her ships like most states, New York gave party for the vaccine to its 2.1 million health care workers, but many turned down the shot. Mayor Bill de Blasio said. As a result, thousands of doses they're sitting idle in New York, and he wants to expand the group's eligible for the vaccine. But state rules wouldn't allow it. The mayor and governor have been publicly quarreling all week. Now. Cuomo has announced that those 75 older as well as teachers, police and public transit workers will also be eligible. Says vaccination sites will include pharmacies, doctor's offices and the Javits Convention Center in Manhattan. And he's expanding the list of the types of practitioners who can administer the vaccine. Sally her ship's NPR news. This is NPR news. British film director Michael Apted has died after died Thursday. At the age of 79. NPR's NEDA hula be reports he was known for the pioneering television documentaries known as he up series, where he visited the same group of Children in England. Every seven years. In seven up the first installment of the Syriza, it was 1964 and the Children were seven years old when they took you wanna go? Yeah, I wanna be a junkie would go up by 63 up in 2019. The cross section of British kids had become grand parents, as well as cab drivers and lawyers. We'll make her Michael Apted said he hoped to make 85 up when he was 99 Apted brought his keen sense of empathy to movies ranging from a James Bond film. The World is not enough to the 1980 Bio pic Coal Miner's daughter, which was nominated for seven Academy Awards. Netta you Libby. NPR NEWS, JAPAN Several regional governments want a state of emergency expanded because of the latest Corona virus outbreak in the country. Japan's prime minister declared an emergency in and around Tokyo on Thursday during a conference call today with the Governor Med that the government minister in charge of coronavirus measures..

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"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Line from NPR News on Korova Coleman, President Trump's doctor said Sunday that he was improving during his stay at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. He suggested he could return to the White House as early as today. A doctor also revealed that Trump needed supplemental oxygen on Friday disclosure the doctor tried to avoid discussing on Saturday NPR's Juana Summers reports on what Trump's physician did say yesterday. White House physician Sean Conley said that President Trump's blood oxygen level dropped twice in recent days, but that the president has had no fever since Friday morning. The doctors also said that the president had been given the steroid deck Samantha Zone. The World Health Organisation issued guidelines last month recommending the fat steroid Onley be given to patients with severe and critical covert 19. NPR's one of summer's reporting. President Trump's Twitter account has been very active this morning. More than a dozen tweets written in all caps, urged his supporters to vote and promise he'll soon bring forward a new tax cut. Last night, Trump decided to take a short motorcade ride around the military medical center toe wave. Its supporters who were outside critics say that the president's sick with Cove it has endangered the health of people involved in that short ride, including Secret service agents. US Supreme Court opens a new term today with the court facing a bunch of major controversies. Among them are a third Republican challenge to the affordable Care act and potential cases involving the 2020 election. NPR's Nina Totenberg has more Even as the court begins hearing oral arguments this week across the street at the Capitol, Senate Republicans are moving aggressively to get Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney, Barrett confirmed. Before the upcoming presidential election. One reason is that numerous cases involving voting rules and allegations of voter suppression are being teed up in the wings cases that could determine who is the next president if neither candidate wins a clear victory. Nina Totenberg. NPR NEWS Washington New York City's mayor is moving to reinstate restrictions in several neighborhoods because of a resurgence of the Corona virus pandemic. As NPR's Joel Rose reports the shutdowns in New York would begin on Wednesday. Mayor Bill de Blasio says he's asking the state for permission to rewind the reopening in nine ZIP codes across Brooklyn and Queens, where positivity rates have been rising in some parts of our city. We're having an extraordinary problems, something we haven't seen since the spring. DiBlasio says schools and non essential businesses would be forced to close in those nine neighborhoods for at least two weeks. Many of the neighborhoods have large Orthodox Jewish communities. Shutdown would affect roughly 100 public schools and 200 private schools, many of them achieve US. De Blasio says the city is closely watching the positivity rates in 11 other zip codes, but will allow them to stay open for now. Joel Rose. NPR NEWS You're listening to NPR live from the news on Brian what The family of Oscar Grant plans today to call on Alameda County prosecutors to reopen his case more than a decade after a Bart police officer shot and killed him, Kate Wolf explains. Grant was 22 years old when he was fatally shot while lying face down on a platform at the Fruitvale Bart station. The officer who shot Grant Johannes Mehserle Lee was convicted of involuntary manslaughter. But Grant's uncle Safest. Johnson, known as Uncle Bobby, says not all of the officers were held accountable. He says the case should be given new light in the wake of the George Floyd protests after the flash point of the movement. After the flash point of black lives, not a movement after the flash point of the 21st century, as well as in until watch in the 20th century for the film rights movement. District Attorney Nancy O'Malley's office didn't immediately respond to our request for comment. I'm Kate Wolf kick you in the news. One of the biggest names in California politics could inch back toward government today. San Francisco Supervisors plan to vote in committee later this morning on the appointment of former state Democratic Party Chairman John Burton to the city's Port commission. Burton known for being blunt and scrappy and using colorful language Helped create the panel more than half a century ago. The 87 year old has served in the House of Representatives and state Legislature. His appointment to the commission that oversees the city's Bay waterfront came after Victor Makris declined to seek re appointment on the panel. His term ended in July amid concerns of ethics violations. I'm Brian..

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"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Mayor bill de Blasio on last the mayor did not do the job last night holy kerap just punching him in the face is Andrew Cuomo Tony Katz Tony cats today eight three three got Tony and don't forget turning cats dot com Facebook Tony catch radio Twitter and Instagram tiny cats that's what you find all the good things actually like make sure you follow just the way people a day supposedly it's good supposedly it's helpful so if you help me out I'd greatly appreciate it now New York has fallen off parts with these riots and with the these these protests I should say with the riots stop with the rights protester just fine protesters just fine the riots the destruction of property looting that's been going on for days and bill the Bosnia the mayor is totally powerless he is unwilling to do anything because he is such a social justice warrior he can't bring himself to actually think that you should protect private property because to his nature mayor bill de Blasio doesn't actually think that private property should exist how could a socialist private property and property rights could matter how well the people we are voting for him it's it's it's their problem acceptance because everybody's a problem the looters looted Macy's Herald square Macy's please they did you think the leaders are trying to tell you about George Floyd and in any quality you think a looter gets to ask me the question do black lives matter don't give me a damn thing why a lot of those looters are white now maybe because the demographics are more black looters in Manhattan than there are white leaders would go across the country it's an even split people because learning is about race looting is about a diseased mind why is this so hard for everybody and the answer is because everyone's afraid to talk about race move gonna get called a racist getting called a racist is standard operating procedure it's meaningless having open conversation honest clock conversation clear conversation that's what's necessary I'm not to apologize for doing it I'm not going to apologize for engaging in conversation as valuable and worthwhile with friends I encourage it as a matter of fact I demanded I absolutely demand remember you can be a part of the show if you're not willing to have honest conversation agree or disagree with that but we haven't openly we have clearly of course the riders are black and white and their their men and women and their gay and straight and they're all across the spectrum whatever your spectrum may be they all share one thing a diseased mind that makes someone think that destroying things is okay they like to watch things burn which is why riders don't deserve your respect rioters deserve a response and sometimes that responses rubber bullets and sometimes it's more just so we're all perfectly clear bottom examples of that out there but I want to get back to build a blouse because the blog zero has no interest in actually protecting his city I I got to share this with you in fall where the Blasi is on the very idea of the National Guard now you know president trump is all over this right he wants cities and states deploying the National Guard telling governors you gotta get tough with these protesters that you can't be seen as weak well I don't think that the president is wrong in that conversation just so we're all clear I don't think he's wrong at all you should want to be strong in this conversation and you want to protect private property because private property is how people grow its how wealth grows for everybody regardless of socioeconomic status regardless of the color of their skin these are good things bill de Blasio doesn't think that the V. National Guard should be deployed we.

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"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on AP News

"Mayor bill de Blasio asks if president trump is telling New York City to drop dead the Democrats in the queens borough president is betraying his fellow new Yorkers by failing to push for billions of dollars in additional federal aid needed to help the city deal with the coronavirus economic fallout are you going to save New York City are you telling your exiting the drop as the president has been quick to tweet about liberating states like Virginia and Michigan you could liberate us by sending us test kids you could liberate us by sending us stimulus aid to make up for our vast budget gap Lazio says he's spoken with other mayors Democrats and Republicans who also need federal money and is cities can function he says how do you have a national recovery Julie Walker New York the coronavirus death toll in New York dropped again assigned governor Cuomo says means the state is on the other side of the plateau but he says it's no time to get cocky and reopen too soon especially with the funds needed from the federal government Cuomo says five hundred and seven people died Saturday while every death is a tragedy the day before there were five hundred and forty all indications at this point are we that we are on the descent whether or not the descent continues depends on what we do the governor says thirteen hundred people went into the hospital Saturday with corona virus while that number is also down new Yorkers still have to remain vigilant it's no time to get cocky and it's no time to get arrogant right we still have a lot long way to go and he warns against re opening too soon saying if we went through all of this only to go back and start over tension monoclonal continues to say the state needs more money from the feds and says it will start its own antibody tests this week Julie Walker in New York former vice president Joe Biden is want to scale back Wyoming democratic presidential caucus voting was postponed for two weeks and limited to just mail in ballots because of the corona virus originally it was to be a combination of in person caught kissing drop often fail in tabulation on April fourth but party officials push back the due date for mail ballots and tabulation to ensure participation the Wyoming Democratic Party announced the results after tabulating votes Saturday and auditing them overnight my name is the only Democrats seeking the party's nomination I'm my campus thank.

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"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:17 min | 1 year ago

"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mayor bill de Blasio is urging new Yorkers to support people who are not practicing social distancing in an effort to slow the spread of covert nineteen I'm Jimmy Floyd this is All Things Considered on W. and one the corona virus may lose its steam in the summer just like the flu the seasonality of flu and other respiratory viruses have been known for hundreds of years but some scientists say there's a chance that covert nineteen will not die down in the summer we'll take a closer look at this hour plaza New York anesthesiologists who is working through his med school alumni association to procure desperately needed for personal protective equipment for health care workers and Senate majority whip Johnson stops by to talk about relief for small business owners after news headlines live from NPR news in Washington I'm winter Johnston officials in New York say social distancing measures to help slow the spread of corona virus appeared to be working Charles lane with member station WSHU reports hospitalizations and ICU admissions have dropped to their lowest levels since the outbreak began not just working but working better than expected New York projected meeting between fifty five and a hundred and thirty six thousand beds right now only eighteen thousand people are currently being hospitalized a third of the lowest production but New York governor Andrew Cuomo fears second and third waves of infection if social distancing becomes lax you know you can't relax the flattening of the curve last night happened because of what we did yesterday and the day before the day before that kamer says the antibody tests and rapid virus testing have been approved the state is working with private companies in order to produce the millions and millions of tests needed in order to restart the economy for NPR news I'm Charles lane in New York Georgia is the latest state to delay its primary election to help slow the spread of coronavirus Emil Moffett from member station W. A. B. E. in Atlanta reports this is the second time the state's presidential primary has been pushed back it was originally scheduled for late March now election day for the presidential contest and state and local primaries is set for June ninth the secretary of state made the decision one day after the governor extended Georges St a public health emergency for another thirty days once early voting begins in mid may Georgians are being urged to vote by mail the state recently sent absentee ballot applications to all six point nine million active voters for NPR news I'm in the Moffett in Atlanta in India and Islamic gathering has become a hot spot for coronavirus cases such me the paddock reports this is led to hate crimes and discrimination against the country's minority Muslims in southern India there are allegations that a group attacked some Muslim volunteers distributing food to slum dwellers Indian media are reporting similar attacks in other parts of the country and at least one death rumors about Muslims conspiring to spread the corona virus has been spreading after hundreds of cases where trees to Muslim gathering Sushmita Pathak reporting from Mumbai the federal reserve it is and now sing a series of new moves aimed at getting another two point three trillion dollars of financing to businesses and that the outbreak of the corona virus they include activating and main street business lending program authorized by the carers act the largest economic relief package passed by Congress all of the major indices higher today on Wall Street the Dow was up two hundred eighty five points to twenty three thousand seven nineteen the S. and P. five hundred up thirty nine points this is NPR news and you're listening to WNYC I'm Jamie Floyd made of laws he was urging new Yorkers to report people who are not social distancing he says people need to be proactive if they spot someone not taking the proper precautions don't be angry just pick up the phone well you can still be angry but most important is don't be angry hold into yourself act on if you really believe it's a problem and you don't make that call then I have to say I guess you don't think it's that much of a problem he also says if people cannot follow the health guidelines officials may have to impose stricter stay at home rules an analysis by the Daily News shows that it could take hours for police to respond to a complaint about social distancing but as you've been hearing hospitalizations have been down in the city in recent days no more medical personnel may be needed to replace doctors and nurses who get sick the MTA is the first major agency in the city to institute widespread mandatory temperature checks for workers the agency is sending medical personnel two twenty two locations across its properties to test two thousand workers each day if an employee has a temperature above one hundred point four to be sent home instructed to seek medical guidance and report back to the MTA so far more than forty MTA workers have died from covert nineteen fifteen hundred have tested positive and in New Jersey Phil Murphy the governor is asking people filing for unemployment to be patient the state's claims jumped to two hundred six thousand last week breaking a record set the week before today W. N. Y. C.'s the takeaway heard from governor Murphy that the computer programming system that handles unemployment is more than forty years old and it's over well folks rightfully want to have the phone picked up they want the website to work we are slowly but surely chopping for all that what was said to folks is you will not lose a penny you will not lose any of the federal add on you'll get what you deserve please bear with us and he's calling for volunteers who know how to code using the program Kobol to help with the system currently fifty three degrees in Central Park at six of six our friend PR comes from K. books found in support of the David Gilkey and Zabihullah Tamana memorial fund established to strengthen NPR's commitment to training and protecting journalists in high risk environments this is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm ari Shapiro hosting the from my home studio and I'm Mary Louise Kelly hosting from NPR headquarters in Washington another week another round of staggering unemployment numbers six point six million more Americans filed for unemployment last week that is nearly seventeen million total who filed in three weeks and is unemployment spikes Republicans and Democrats in Congress cannot agree on how to help the Americans they represent today Senate Democrats rejected a GOP proposal to send additional money to small businesses Democrats say they agree more money should be available to taxpayers but lots of questions remain about where the first three hundred fifty billion dollars to allocated are headed this well joining me now is senator John Thune a Republican from South Dakota who is among the highest ranking Republicans in the Senate we've caught him on the line from South Dakota senator welcome back to All Things Considered thank you Mary Louise who is nice to be with you glad to have you with us so we had house speaker Nancy Pelosi on the show last night laying out what she wants what Democrats want which is you know is to include an additional two hundred and fifty billion dollars for hospitals states and local governments and I just want to play you what she had to say much you respond this is her speaking about the Senate legislation as it currently stands the bill that they put forth will not get unanimous support in the house it just won't listen to soon if this is dead in the water in the house and if Americans are desperate why not agree to a five hundred billion dollar package well I mean I just think that they are amid the ongoing crisis in which we got gold you know businesses and workers are clearly struggling I think that disappointed that the Democrat leadership blocked what is critical funding to provide additional relief to those who need the most to the point that they're making about other headlining at other dollars to other programs we've already authorized dollars other programs none of which have been distributed yet the first hospital dollars you're actually going out today so we don't know what we're going to be we don't know what's working what's not working what we do know is that the the paycheck protection program which is the program designed to assist small businesses and help them keep their workers employed by getting them hundred percent guaranteed forgivable loans if they use them to keep their employees employed is running out of money and so this is a bipartisan program it's one they actually support and I think we need to we need to get past any kind of partisan delay tactics as in American people really don't want to see that is there a risk so if Republicans seem to be the ones advocating for less money at a time when many Americans feel financially desperate well I think that that and I don't think it's a question of less money I think we know already I guess so we've got you know we have checks going out of their bills presence talking about another round of those checks we've plucked up the unemployment insurance accounts at all the states it is less money to I mean the Democrats want to spend an additional two hundred fifty billion dollar sang date date they do but they wanted bill Potts that they want to put it in our areas where we've already allocated huge amounts of money hundred fifty billion to state local governments a hundred billion over a hundred billion to hospitals and that money has been distributed yet and so they're saying we want to add additional to this without even knowing what the media's and all are or were simply saying as you know it's what these dollars get out there and then let's figure out that's what the need is and we're I mean our our members are more than happy we're gonna do whatever we need to respond to this to get folks through it where this goes next this is Jim out of money at stake upwards of well upwards of two trillion already passed the president has removed the inspector general tasked with overseeing how it is spent Congress can't convene to hold oversight hearings where is the accountability well I mean there will be a person that steps in the inspector general obviously there's an accent that position is not going to be vacant it is a concern is that that inspector general was dismissed well I mean I think we have there members of the house and Senate might not always agree with the present personnel decisions but at the end of the day these are all people that serve at his pleasure and we want to make sure that that position filled it's filled with somebody who is a professional and not not political insults obviously we're paying a lot of attention to that in some of our members of our expressed concerns about that move in a letter and will will we will do the oversight center Grassley is for later on they're asking for an explanation about Cision and it Romney says Tarun Susan Collins it's you know it's a number of Republicans correct that's right yes so we'll we'll we'll do the oversight that's our role at her job it will try to get some answers one.

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"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on Here & Now

"We also see an opportunity here. We see an opportunity to make the powers that be political or corporate understand that their time is that this is no longer the way we want to do business no longer the way we want to consume commodity linked to wholesale human rights abuses in forest destruction that are leading towards a crisis an emergency for all of humanity. How much do you think these individual decisions matter. Whether you know say for instance you just choose to stop eating meat. That's all you do i mean is that a big enough individual decision to feel like you are contributing to the solution. I think if enough people limit their meat consumption. We're on our way to do something right. That's precisely what the i._p._c._c. report mentioned is that it's not about this hysterically taking drastic steps to change our diet so drastic steps to change our life to make a small incremental steps at a large scale. We all need to understand that we have a role together not just as individuals <hes> therefore the work here is not about one person deciding to to limit their beef consumption or what have you. It's about people working together within their networks getting informed getting active and understanding that there are ways the pushback there are ways to solutions today per shomari director of amazon watch a nonprofit that works to protect the rainforest and its indigenous people christian. Thank you you g._p._s. Did not give us a comment for the story but has said in the past they do not acquire. Animals from farms involved with environmental crimes in two thousand seventeen a._b._s. Signed a plea deal. L. admitted to bribing politicians in one of brazil's largest corruption scandals. Ever you're in now is a production of n._p._r. W._b._z. You are in association with the b._b._c. world service service. I'm susan davis. I'm robin young. This is here now..

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"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on Here & Now

"We ended stop and frisk the way it was being used. Did you end you completely because i thought some people were critical at the this is the windows but theory that <hes> you know if you check on things as little as a broken window or stop and frisk. It'll get rid of a <hes> even more serious crime but do you feel that <hes> you have stopped that enough. <hes> some of your critics say no stop and frisk frisk as a strategy we there's very few stops now and they're only done when there's a specific rash now which is the only appropriate use of stop and frisk. It's a night and day. It's over ninety percent reduction and it has fundamentally changed reality the relationship between police and community. I wanna there was another moment and it involved involved police as well of a very powerful emotional moment in the c._n._n. Townhall when you were asked about the recent spike in police suicides in new york it's happening in other cities too is terrible and <hes> an officer asked. How can you improve mental health for the military when it's so obviously bad among the police police force you add some answers for that and i i want to hear from you but you also explain why this is something that hits home to you that your own father <hes> world world war two veteran so is mine killed himself took his life when you were just eighteen. This is not something you are unaware of no no and and robin so you probably know from your own experience. I mean the the folks come back from war. Come back carrying a plot the my dad's case it was p._t._s._d. He'd been one of the worst battles in history on okinawa and lost half a leg into a grenade and the emotional toll. I saw it as a young child. It got worse each year. He would push away help and then he was gone and he he might a lived if he could just accept the help and we've got today in america were losing folks folks who have served us because they still feel like there's something there's some shame in asking for help. We all have to fix that. The government has to fix it with making mental health care the justice accessible as physical health care but we all have to speak up and say there's a mental health challenge. There is nothing wrong with it. Just come forward and let's get the help people indeed it's their mayor de blasio as i watched you speak so passionately about this <hes> and powerfully in the c._n._n. Townhall aw i found myself thinking what happened here because as you will know <hes> you know you had an upset win in new york your family mixed race ace was there was a feeling especially in the obama era of forward movement and yet it feels feels like some air one out of that tire and then we came across the new york times article hell bill de blasio went from progressive hope to punching bag and it you talked about how you didn't seem to come across new yorkers as liking the city and that there was some sort of momentum that was lost. What do you think what happened to that energy well. I i'm gonna just tell you a different story. I think there's a difference between sort of the the public discourse and then what people are actually living. I have young people come up to me all the time <hes> young men of color and say thank thank you. I'm not stopped all the time by police..

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"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on Here & Now

"Strong winds heavy rainfall could could bring a lot have trouble governor there the governor there wanda vazquez is telling people to become and also. I think obviously trying to reassure them. She provided a list of all the equipment meant that agency have agencies have bought since maria. What kinds of things and is it making. People feel safer. Yeah well said last night one undiscussed you held this lengthy press conference what she spent like a whole half hours actually just reading like you said of all the things that the government has done to prepare according to her so does she talked about how the electric utility company has more than twenty thousand utility poles and seven thousand transformers and one hundred and twenty thousand light bulbs in in storage signed agreements with thirty three u._s. companies that would allow these companies to quickly get to the root of start restoring power. Should that be necessary very she said the government has hundreds of electric generator generators ready to go that hospitals have made sure that their generators full of gasoline radio communication systems have been installed across the island and like i said on for half an hour these are all things that were not in place before hurricane maria so she is trying to reassure people that that the government is ready here that said you find a lot of people here who doubt whether it really is in part because the regal has not really had a strong weather events to test how fragile things really are since circe maria well <hes> we spoke with you last month. After then governor. Ricardo rossello resigned after those protests and here we have new governor vazquez because just sworn in earlier this month. A test of the island may be a bit attest for her as well. It's absolutely a test for her because we'll nope governor. Vasquez takes a lot of pride and saying that she's not a politician that she took office earlier this month because the governor resigned and not because she wanted to be governor up in her so she's tried to use that to her advantage in terms of the politics of puerto rico but she also is not necessarily the savviest figure because she has nine a politician and you could tell that yesterday today at this press conference when she essentially spent a half hour in front of cameras or broadcasting live looking at a piece of paper reading this long list at the same time she was flanked by the heads of the islands emergency management agency. It's public security director. She is trying to reassure people but like you said this is. Absolutely attest and people are watching to see okay. How capable are you given that. You've only been in office about three weeks. That's n._p._r.'s adrian florio. In san juan puerto rico as a tropical local storm. Dorian bears down on the island could be a hurricane by tomorrow adrian. Thank you so much for being there to cover it. Thank you thanks robin. Tomorrow is the deadline headline for candidates to qualify for the next democratic presidential debate on september twelfth so far ten candidates have met the qualifying standards which are registering at least two percent sent in four qualifying polls and collecting donations from at least one hundred and thirty thousand individuals. If no one else qualifies there will be just one debate night. This time around julien's eleazar is professor of history and public affairs at princeton university. He joins us now. Julian welcome back to the program. Thanks for having me so we're still.

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"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Mayor bill de Blasio reacting after police commissioner James o'neill fire Daniel Pantaleo the officer who used to choke coal when trying to arrest Eric garner in twenty fourteen which resulted in the death of the unarmed black man Lazio says we're finally seeing justice done today we saw the NYPD's owner disciplinary process act fairly and impartially then Patrick Lynch mayor needs to be removed the police commissioner needs to know he's lost his police department ventilators attorney says they plan to appeal and maybe soon to try to get his job back while garner's family says they're going to try to re open the case go after other officers involved the new Muslim congresswoman denied entry to Israel last week speak out converse women retreated to leave an ill hand Omar say they wanted to travel to Israel to see what they say is the human cost of Israeli occupation and travel restrictions on Palestinians Israel denied congresswomen to leave and Omar entry saying they would use their trip to promote the BDS movement boycott divestment and sanctions aimed at compelling the Israeli government to change its policy towards Palestinians the Israeli government did offer Congress woman to leave a humanitarian visa to see her Palestinian grandmother if she promised not to promote boycotting Israel she agreed and then changed her mind boxes right jets in counseling Mars says there are being prevented from carrying out their duties as members of Congress hood says it's ending in partnership with the federal family planning program rather than the bye bye new trump administration rule prohibiting participants from referring patients for abortions the acting president and CEO says.

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"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mayor bill de Blasio also went after buying in Harris for not promising enough change to the country the Bosnia meanwhile faced tough questions for the failure to fire the police officer who killed Eric garner the trump administration is targeting a civil rights era housing law with the new proposed rule conservatives say would cut down on frivolous lawsuits is NPR's Chris Arnold explains critics say will weaken protections against discrimination in housing the proposed rule places restrictions on so called disparate impact lawsuits these cases use statistics to show that a company's policy is having a discriminatory effect even if that's unintentional Nikifor Bailey is with the center for responsible lending she says the trump administration's rule would make it much harder to use this powerful tool that can help a lot of people this is definitely not a time to put roadblocks in place for equal opportunity in our nation the African American homeownership rate is currently at record lows backers of the proposed rule though argue that these cases are often unfair to companies that are not really discriminating Chris Arnold NPR news zero shares from China and the US will meet again in September to discuss trade tensions between two countries NPR Jim zarroli reports delegates met today in Shanghai where they talked about Chinese imports of American farm products US trade representative Robert light eyes are in treasury secretary Steve minutia and arrived in China Tuesday they met with high level Chinese officials and the U. S. as they discussed forced technology transfers and agriculture sales among other things the talks were brief but the U. S. side called them constructive and they said the next round of talks will take place in Washington in September just as negotiations were getting under way on Tuesday president trump sent out a tweet complaining about China's on willingness to buy American farm products and he accused China of trying to rip off the United States Jim zarroli NPR news New York even as the federal reserve moved to cut key interest rates for the first time in a decade the reaction on the part of Wall Street today appears to be not good enough the Dow closed down three hundred and thirty three points the nasdaq dropped ninety eight points today you're listening to NPR and this is WNYC in New York I'm David first mayor de Blasio says there will be justice for the family of Eric garner but declined to say whether he would fire the police officer that use an illegal chokehold the remarks came at the democratic debate in Detroit tonight when he was asked why officer Daniel Pantaleo was still working for the N. Y. P. de Blasio says he is optimistic about a decision in the next month they've gone through extraordinary pain they're waiting for justice and I'm going to get justice there's finally going to be just as I have confidence in that in the next thirty days in New York Pantaleo is awaiting a decision on whether a judge will recommend to disciplinary action in his departmental trial and my P. D. commissioner James o'neill will have the final say at one point during the debates protesters interrupted the proceedings with calls to fire officer Daniel Pantaleo a state judge has sided with New Jersey governor Phil Murphy and dismissed a lawsuit challenging a task force he appointed to investigate business tax credits the decision dealt a blow to political power broker George Norcross who argue that the panel was illegal and violated his rights reporter Jeff Phillips says pressure has been mounting on the powerful Democratic Party boss is just add the momentum that's developed over the recent months of investigating how Mr knock off of the business and how these tax breaks came about and how it benefits through the tax breaks Superior Court judge Mary Jacobson dismissed the case with prejudice after seven hours of arguments today.

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"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"York City. Mayor Bill de Blasio is running for president the mayor released video on social media early this morning. Donald Trump must be stopped. I've beaten him before and I will do it again. I'm Bill de Blasio and I'm running for president because time we were working people, I. The mayor has been mulling whether to run for some time now and has spent a number of weekends at early primary states he joins a very crowded field of Democrats eyeing the White House in two thousand twenty there now twenty three of them in this race special prosecutor taking a deeper look at the response to last week shooting at stems stem school highlands ranch. KOA newsradio. Joining us live those details and that investigation concerning. Whether there's any truth to the rumors the stem school security, guard fired his weapon during that shooting, perhaps hitting an innocent bystander, George Brock ller saying yesterday that now the fourth judicial judicial district excuse me. DA Dan, may will handle that investigation. Broccoli says it needs to remain independent because of the security guards witness status in the shooting as well. Reporting live, Connor shreve, KOA, NewsRadio two suspects in that shooting facing charges and last week's event the sixteen year old suspect being charged as an adult to George Brock. Did warn the public not to rush to judgment too quickly. If we don't presume these two defendants absolutely innocent of the allegations, even once they become known this system can't work, and I'm committed to making the system work, we can't get to Justice. If we prejudge them my Alec McKinney. The sixteen year old eighteen year old Devon Ericson facing nearly fifty charges. Those include first degree murder, and other counts that were not revealed in yesterday's hearing following the shooting school districts around the metro are taking a look at safety Jefferson County safety director, John McDonald is helping with larger upgrades like the addition of a mass notification system, that goes far beyond just text alert display, whether it's a computer or.

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"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The blonde Zeo end joking on the hill. I'm Elliot Francis. New York City. Mayor Bill de Blasio is expected to enter the twenty twenty presidential race today. And the reactions are mixed. Steve Kastenbaum reports. New Yorkers have been quick to react with many confirming, what a recent Quinnipiac poll found that seventy six percent of New York City voters believed he should not run for president the same poll found that his job approval rating was forty two percent. His supporters believed to Blasio's accomplishments in the city will play well with liberal voters across the country, the include universal pre-k, raising the minimum wage in criminal Justice reform, but his program for his signature issue, affordable housing has had mixed results at best the homeless population here. Is that a historic high, Steve Kastenbaum, new Republican governor in Alabama sign the country's toughest abortion legislation in the nation. Into law Wednesday makes performing an abortion of Fillon in nearly all cases. Meanwhile, conservative televangelist, Pat Robertson says the law goes too far going at extreme because it doesn't allow exceptions for rape, or incest. Well, there was a touch of humor Wednesday between attorney general William Barloon house speaker, Nancy Pelosi Linda Kenyon, explained, while awaiting the arrival of President Trump for capital event. In honor of national peace officers Memorial Day, William bar approach Nancy Pelosi in the crowd, and said Madam speaker. Did you bring your handcuffs bar was recently slapped with a contempt of congress citation for failing to comply with congressional subpoenas about the mullahs report? Not skipping a beat Pelosi responded with a smile, of course that the house sergeant at arms was present at the event should arrests. Be necessary bar thought it was funny. He was in chuckling and walking away. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill. Decided against joining global call to fight online terror Trump administration, citing concerns about freedom.

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"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Hersey with your two thirty news break. President Trump is insisting President Obama started a policy of separating migrant children from their parents and said he stopped it. He also said the Obama administration put migrant children in cages during a White House photo op today. Trump addity not considering bringing back the child separation policy concerning immigrant families, the city is declaring a public health emergency. After a spike in measles cases, democratic mayor Bill de Blasio says today, the emergency exists in parts of Brooklyn, adding people who are not vaccinated for the disease should do. So the Blasios Warren parents in the Williamsburg neighborhood, which is a majority acidic Jewish community that they will be fine one thousand dollars if they cannot provide proof their children have been vaccinated attorney general. Bill bar is not answering questions about whether the White House has seen or been briefed on the Miller report and a house hearing today bar said he will have more to say when he testifies before the Senate and House Judiciary committee's after he released a special counsel. Robert Muller's final report stress t hopes to do that within a week after he completes. Reductions of confidential material Google is banning live chat on a house hearing about white nationalism due to racist comments. The move comes just as officials from Google and Facebook try to assure lawmakers that the hearing they're cracking down on white nationalism. How dish rate committee democrat Jerry Nadler from New York open the hearing claiming Trump's rhetoric fans the flames of white supremacists. Your next update.

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"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"York City is declaring public health emergency. After a spike in measles cases. Democratic mayor Bill de Blasio says emergency exists in parts of Brooklyn, adding people who are not vaccinated for the disease should do. So Blasios warns parents in the Williamsburg neighborhood, which is a majority has Siddiq Jewish community that they will be fined one thousand dollars if they cannot provide proof that their children have been vaccinated. There have been two hundred eighty five measles cases in the. New York City area since October mostly among children, an ISIS inspired terror attack. Thwarted in Maryland. Fox's Jeff monosso has that story twenty-eight-year-old terror suspects run L Henry is charged with interstate transportation of a stolen U-Haul van with more charges to follow. As federal prosecutors say he was allegedly inspired by terror and plan to ram the truck into so called disbelievers within the national harbor complex along the Potomac. The government wants the accused would be terrorist held pending trial is a flight risk in a danger to the public. No word yet of Henry has an attorney. Jeff monosso, Fox News attorney general Bill bar is not answering questions about whether the White House has seen or been briefed. On the Miller report. I'm not gonna say anything more about it until the report is out, and everyone has a chance to look at a house hearing today bar said he will have more to say when he testifies before the Senate and House Judiciary committee's after he releases special counsel, Robert Mueller's final report, he strategy hopes to do that within a week after he completes reductions of confidential material Barr says he's working to make as much of the report public as he can Democrats are calling for congress at least to see a full redacted report. Schenectady mayor Gary McCarthy announcing he seeking a second at the to me a third term in front of an enthusiastic group of supporters at the city hall rotunda Schenectady mayor Gary McCarthy, formally launched his bid for third term this morning McCarthy who was first elected in twenty eleven outlined. Some of the accomplishments of his administration over the past eight years says he continues to push for more. Your home ownership in the city says he's proud of his record of dealing with distressed properties. Mccarthy will have no Republican opponent. This year may face a primary against teacher and activist Theresa mcallen at Schenectady city hall, read shepherd, NewsRadio eight ten one zero three one WG. Why the president is threatening put tariffs on imports from the European Union on Twitter this morning, President Trump referenced findings from the World Trade Organization. This follows his administration saying it will impose tariffs on eleven billion dollars of imports from the EU in response to e you subsidies to French aviation giant Airbus. That's Boeing's biggest rival that WTO. Finding shows it subsidies to Airbus have repeatedly caused adverse effects to the US. WGN news time is twelve oh five. Our next news update at twelve thirty. I'm Diane Donato. The Rush Limbaugh show is next on NewsRadio. Eight ten and one three one WG y the capital region's. Breaking news, traffic and weather.

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"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:12 min | 2 years ago

"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And pans and everything. Angie? Hey what? What floor? Do you live on first one? Okay. So do you ever step out worried that pots and pans that garbage or anything might be thrown out of an upper story? Actually. Oh, no. So Lord now is because they're redoing the roof and stuff just kept fine. I was going to go towards my front door, and they were throwing stuff off and on looking at where the throwing it. That would have been a good lawsuit. We could have owned that apartment complex. We could have owned that roofing company. That's missed opportunity. It is I didn't get hurt. So that's a missed opportunity. Hey, I did I could have had like a filial real film producer for is that why you cry every time I'm gone. Like a baby. Like a baby, but it's the dumpster divers. They'd have residents shaking their heads, Robin. Stuck or says she's been seeing the dirty diapers for months as disgusting. Very disgusting. Twenty-three stories Seward park extension building on Essex street is owned by the city. We. Mayor Bill de Blasio you own this place. You in New York City council, the New York housing authority. This is what happens when you have government run housing. Pots and pans. That's one thing, but dirty diapers. How much trouble is it? To put the dirty diaper. In a trash camp tech, the building's exterior today. And sure enough we saw a dirty diaper that appears to have been tossed out of a window. Residents say what makes this so infuriating is that the building has garbage incinerators. So in America. You can do a feces tour. You, you know, you're you're sitting somewhere in Europe. You're sitting in. I don't know you're sitting in Rome. You're you're in. You are. Frankfort you're in London. You're in Paris bet believing better you're in Paris. So you and your lovely bride or boyfriend or girlfriend or whatever and your little little French poodle or sitting in the sidewalk cafe. And you suddenly say to each other. You know, we really need to get out of town for a while. Could we go? Will we hear that you can do a feces tour of the United States in? Here's how we go. You would fly from. Charles de Gaulle. Into JFK. And then you would get in an Uber. Tell your Uber driver that she would like to go to this apartment complex Essex street because you would like to see the dirty diapers and the human theses on the on the street in New York City. And then you'd have a really nice Italian dinner. You'd have you know, you you go to a really nice New York Jewish deli or something. And then you go to LaGuardia. No, no, no, nobody that you go to Newark. Because if if you're from Paris, you need to go to Newark you need across the Hudson. To really get the feel for just how crappy New Jersey is. And then you go to Newark. And you've you fly to. The Dallas Fort Worth Oklahoma City. And then from there. You take a tour the feedlots? And you see all the leads in the in the cow manure and everything all piled up and you get to smell that smell. Everybody used to tell me how dirty feedlots smelled my parents always used sale, but that is the smell of money. So you get a tour of the feedlots. So now, you get branded this not human feces, but it's cal- it's cow poop, but nonetheless, you're on the poop tour, right? So you've got the New York poop and now you've flown to the u flown to the mid west and you've seen the cow poop, and then you get back on your plane in Dallas Fort Worth Oklahoma City, and you find you find a SFO. And now you're in one of the most what used to be one of the most beautiful cities in America. San francisco. And you get in your Uber. And you say take us down the embargo things down to the financial district because we want to see it. In fact, we had the app we have the app on their phone. Take us here. Because apparently, there's a big pile of poop over here on market street and third and and we want to see that pile of poop right there. And now that you're in San Francisco, you might as well while you're there just hop on the southwest and fly down to John Wayne or fly down to LAX, and you can take a tour of all of the homeless in Los Angeles. And you can see all the needles in the poop there. Oh, you know what you should do? I'm sorry. You should go to Vancouver. I because Vancouver has the safe injection sites. And there you can see human feces and the dregs of society, and you can see all of that in Canada. And then you go to San Francisco, and then you go to LA. And then you've had enough and you go back to Paris. You get your little French poodle out of the out of the little boarding place. You go back to the French cafe. Me sit down you're on the shops. Eliza. And once again you start talking about. You're the United States of America. And you can tell all your friends. That you risk life and limb to visit a third world country. Where'd you go? Did you did you go to somewhere in sub Saharan Africa? Did you go somewhere in southeast Asia? We went to the survey. We did the Michael Brown poop tour. Saw poop everywhere to me. They don't wanna use statement Niger said we've already mailed residents and posted flyers throughout this development, reinforcing proper garbage disposal methods if you have to if you owe. Angie? If.

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"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on The View

The View

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"mayor bill de blasio" Discussed on The View

"No one seems to be willing to compromise on anything become to the middle. They're not even meeting together at the White House because where we all right now, why were Democrats willing even a year ago to pay for that money knowing why because what they didn't know the Mexicans weren't paying for it. But they wanted to they were trying to do what everybody always wants us to do which is trying to work it out try to be on the goods. And now we're doing what they knew it and nobody likes. Why should bottom? On the table. Real people are in trouble. The cloud of these most concerned about our by the way, thirty grand for TSA worker their frontlines of protecting us from terrorism. They say a lot more. Why not for government agencies normally, but that is the line as we send just wrote a letter to the guy the new guy and not new anymore. Well, he's still new to me individual ones. Still new. His for me. He's always the guy. Who said this was his shutdown to they asked us. She was asking him to work with them to delay doing the state of the union because there's there isn't the security that there should be. Yes. And hit never Yar as it could be very dangerous. And so I thought that was something that I hadn't thought of I hadn't thought about that with her on that. How do you have a state of the union address where you're supposed to talk about the progress? We've made as a nation and really the time where you. Where you know, what it would be? It would the president talking to the camera and like you did a week ago where we all said that was just a disaster that us anywhere. Have a reminder that the bipartisanship that exist in this country was not that long ago. It really it really hasn't been not that great of amount of time and not to name drop. But it was since it was no it really wasn't. I had Gail which started. No, I had dinner like night with Joe and had also Lieberman. Who are Democrats who are who are my family and keeping me sane right now, and they are two people who fought on different sides, and it is not that long ago that tip O'Neill and Ronald Reagan prayed together after all Reagan was shot. And I am just begging the American public in our politicians to go back to that moment. And we start here on this show ended when they said. Go to finish the sentence. I just feel that it ended. When when everyone said Odom is going to be a one term. I never said that feel. Ended. In in DC. That's one you know was ending right now. This. This segment will. Later setting the bar attorney general nominee William bar promises. He'll protect the Muller investigation. But he may not let you see the results. There's a big election coming and the question on everyone's mind is tender and twenty twenty running for president. Are you? You running for president to run for president. So I'm pleased to announce on the that I'm not ready to make my announce. Much on the line in this ethic. Year ahead, anybody who's anybody. We want to make the next bubble in politics has to come on this show because this is the place to green her few Republican wanna make news come on the show near view on ABC. Mayor Bill de Blasio on making healthcare available for every.

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