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"meghan hughes" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Of course i've seen some speculation pro valid and there was possibly some kind of deal between gasparotto all or at least friendship. They were former teammates. Astana may have played some some kind of role. I guess if you watch the first stage when steve cummings with what trump's get away two or three times in the finale and very nearly one estate tights also gasparotto didn't do a great job as a teammate. There are becomes. Get your thoughts on this whole issue of sort of interfering with meddling with chase when you when you protecting teammate who's down the road we've seen we saw a couple of times in the classes when the clinic quicks that very well how how much he's out frowned upon should systematically do that as a team as a teammate. Should you position yourself at the front of the bunch to sort of to kind of off. Infiltrate the line of of chases what happened doesn't it possibly different cummings winning stage not winning winning it vonda did eventually catch him and won the sprint but i don't know i thought gasparotto may be told us something about why dimension data not the most successful this year. They weren't really working as a team anyway well as you say. Danielle van de paul did win the opening stage that was on his return to road racing facing off a couple of wins in mountain bike world cup. Meanwhile the vuelta burgos team any el-sisi young colombian. Even sosa won a couple of stages and the overall ben hermans arouse cycling academy won the two of utah. The women's world tour had a couple of events at the weekend the post nord voor team time trial with one by trek sigfredo eight. Oh who had ruth winder at least along i bought guinea ellen van dyke and trixie wardak in that team they beat canyon schramm by twenty five seconds the w. n. T. rowe team including the former world champion lisa brennan unable to take the star because they had a crash in recon when cau- a public car pulled food out in front of them and according to them it was the right has right of way on the road. The riders were injured but bikes damage so they were unable to take part the one day race the following day with one by italy's marta bus cinelli ahead of marianna voss and lorraine. Are we bus a a notable a couple of items from the world junior track championships india won their first medal at world level taking the team sprint on the track in frankfurt and eleanor baxter won on three medals for great britain ellena backstage of course is the daughter of former payroll by winner magnus backstedt and former british rider meghan hughes discuss more british success at the toured eleven year where ethan hater and tom pitcock did a one on one of the stages and fruit right one the following day that race concludes at the weekend finally has ended his season. He's not racing again this year but we'll continue to train as normal until the end of the season according according to a release from his team a._g. To our and the so-called with named in the daily mail one hundred best pod car thanks daily mail some really <hes> stellar other podcast from all is the top one hundred..
"meghan hughes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"For deals, buyatoyota dot com. It's friday. Good morning, I'm Jeff Brown. Here's what's happening. Second thoughts from the White House on a retaliatory strike against Iran, or from CBS news. Correspondent Mark Liberman on the about face CBS news has confirmed that last night. President Trump signed off on a plan to conduct limited air strikes against Iranian assets before an apparent change of heart caused the operation to be called off sources within the administration say the order to stand down came after preparations for the attack or already underway. It's still not clear why the president decided to reverse course or an attack had simply been postponed. This plan retaliation would have been the administration's third military action against targets in the Middle East. After hitting Syria twice in the past couple of years. Mike Lyons is military consultants for CBS news. The next step is both sides talking and trying to figure out what to do going forward as opposed to either doing nothing or increasing the rhetoric on both sides. So perhaps, the president buys himself twenty four hours this decision. Meantime, the tensions in the Middle East have reached the airlines, the FAA has issued an emergency order that prohibits US aircraft from flying over parts of the Persian Gulf, the straight of Hormuz of the Gulf of Oman, all due to heighten tensions, with Iran and also international airlines are taking precautionary measures as well. Meantime, President Trump is working to do Latino voters as he kicks off his reelection campaign ABC's, Meghan Hughes, breaks down the president's appearance on telephone does Trump spoke to tell him for the first Spanish language network interview of his presidency. This interview comes on the heels of Trump's tweet announcing that immigration. Officials next week would begin the process of removing millions of illegal immigrants. President Trump was asked whether he views Mexico, a friend or a foe this week. I consider them a friend. They've been doing a great job, actually. They wish I didn't agreement last week, they have six thousand people going to their southern border troops, and they are doing a really good job, ABC, news Washington immigrants heading to Massachusetts courthouses, can now breathe a little bit easier. A federal judge has put a stop to the practice by ice of making civil arrests at courthouses that order is the result of a lawsuit filed by district attorney's, Rachel Rawlins and Marian Ryan who claim those arrests were hindering criminal prosecutions because victims and witnesses were afraid to show up to testify. This is important note here. The injunction. Applies only to immigrants wanted on civil violations ice will still be able to make arrests at courthouses. If the person is wanted on criminal charges. A leader from one of Boston's largest Islamic. Centers is taking on a prominent new role at Boston city hall WBZ's Carl Stevens talks to the city's new director of immigrant. Advancement, six-year-old Yousef Yvo has worked most recently as executive director of the Islamic society of Boston, cultural center says it's faith as Muslim will help guide his work for all immigrants in the city as the new director of the mayor's office for immigrant advancement. I think it's a real opportunity to live out my values which at their court, you know, for Muslim, it's, it's all about serving. All God's creation is fairly immigrated to the US from India when he was nine years old. It was tough going for his family. In the Princeton grad says he hopes to pay, what can be a rough road for those immigrants. Trying to make it here in Boston from city hall. Carl Stevens WBZ.
"meghan hughes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Is under investigation after two women came forward saying, he molested them when they were in high school as radio's Carolina Sawyer reports the teacher is now on leave, Meghan Hughes recently took to social media, posting her story alleged abuse at the hands of her ordering teacher back in two thousand seven two thousand eight. She says back then she was too afraid to tell an adult but another former student had filed a police report about the same teacher in twenty ten Hughes was then contacted by a school board member that year that Ford member had gotten complaint. I don't know what it was about. But she did reach out to me and Afrin for mation I gave her a full statement. And I never heard back again, he says she was shocked when she enrolled her daughter last year and discovered he was still teaching at that high school this week. The district sent out a letter to parents, saying they had reopened the investigation because new information had come to light more than two hundred thirty thousand gallons of raw sewage. Sputum neighbor's backyard on lake Balentine Edmonds early this year after a county employee mistakenly closed, a gated pump station as Cairo seven TV's Lindy, Sheldon reports that same employee caused an explosion at another pump station less than a month before the incident. We're very sorry that this happened emails, reveal the employees at fault was not assigned or authorized to work at the pump station at all that day. And we found out less than a month before this overflow. This employees created a serious, and unsafe work environment at another King County location where he could have caused an explosion. So I asked the director of King County natural resources and parks. I was even on the job. Well, I would say in general with our employee's, when there's a performance problem, we work with that employees to address any performance problem, more training, and Lindsey reports can county later said that previous mistake was being reviewed when the latest one happened and the employee has. Since been fired Redman's popular idol would be is going to be closed through the weekend because of high levels of contamination. That's E coli contamination. It is the fourth beach in King County since Memorial Day to close because of high levels.
"meghan hughes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Of molesting them for meghan hughes she says it started ten years Ago. And I was sitting there and he left a post, it note on my desk, visit smile, you're the sunshine in my life. Little things like that don't trust. She says it then moved onto inappropriate touching and tickling a second woman says the teacher grabbed her and rubs his crotch on found out about making being involved. I was like something needs to be done. It's absolutely disgusting. But he worked with girls. He's a predator. The school district has now hired an outside investigator, and or has hired one in the past, but closed that investigation after prosecutors determined any criminal cases were passed the statute of limitations. But that teacher is now on leave. A new investigation has begun. One man is dead after an early morning shooting in Redmond near the Microsoft campus. We get that story from Cairo seven TV's, rob Manila's police, some sort of domestic incident ended up with her thirty three year old man, pulling a gun on his half brother and then firing at him. He was taking a Harborview forty eight year old male. He did die. Upon arrival at the hospital inside at the time. Police say there were four dolts and the suspect were told state at the scene. Police say they took the thirty three year old and a custody without incident and also took a handgun a notorious Seattle fire department house has been evacuated now after tests detected toxic mold according to cross cuts station. Thirty one enorthfield has long been thought to be the culprit behind more than one hundred recorded cancer cases as well as a handful of other serious illnesses. Dating back to the early two thousands that building a so well known many call at the cancer house fire chief herald Scoggins says there's no evidence that the mold is directly responsible for the many health problems. But the chief is commissioning a study to look into it. Now, your weather forecast, a mix of sun and clouds, who the rest of this evening with morning. Clouds overnight into Friday. Temperatures in the low fifties. We'll see highs in the afternoon in the low seventies with increasing sunshine from the congress seven pinpoint weather center. I'm meteorologists Claire Anderson, d it is. Cloudy and sixty five degrees in downtown Seattle. I'm Ursula ROY team subscribed to us wherever you get your podcast. Cairo radio ninety seven three FM news and talk powered by the Pacific northwest. These the Mike and Todd show on KIRO radio ninety seven three FM. Sure, is thanks for hanging out with this little bits, no matter how you listen, whether it's in the bathtub keep the radio faraway, the computer which do that. Although I guess this is ipods, it can get wet or through the smart speakers at home. Maybe that's a better idea. Keep those far away to we. Thank you for listening on the text line on ninety nine seven three. The Online Trading Academy takes on. Here's a question for you. How did you fail your driver's license tests in Washington state or why did you fail it? Nine eight nine seven three and just admit that you did. Because folks have we'll talk about that coming up. Also, the new sound transit trains. I'm in that set. They sold me. I'm riding the thing. Apparently, we have a really hard driver's license test.
"meghan hughes" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Eight fifty devil, new F T, L West Palm Beach north Lauderdale, take Cuesta. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. The house do the final legislative sign off on a nineteen billion dollar disaster relief package. It's drawing Twitter praise from President Trump in Great Britain on a state. Visit President Trump tweeting about the house passage of the disaster Bill, farmers Puerto Rico, and all will be very happy. He also tweeted great now. We will get it done in the Senate. The Senate actually passed the measure last month and it's now headed to Trump's desk. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer responding, telling the president quote your who's, hopefully you're not too confused to sign it. Meghan Hughes, ABC news, Washington. A figure linked to the Trump transition was indicted on child pornography charges. George Nader was arrested at Kennedy airport here in New York on charges of transporting images of child pornography. Maters Lebanese-American, businessman who pitched himself to the Trump transition team is someone who could help navigate the Mideast. He also arranged a meeting in the Seychelles between blackwater founder Erik prince and a Russian official. It became a focus of the Muller investigation nature has a previous child pornography conviction from nearly thirty years ago, Nater faces up to forty years in prison. Aaron Katersky, ABC news, New York. The House Judiciary committee is launching bipartisan investigation into competition or lack thereof in the digital industry. The committee statement coming as news emerged of possible antitrust investigations of the Silicon Valley. Titans thirty-seven-year-old. Grammy winning jazz, drummer Lawrence leathers was killed here in New York City, leathers, his live in girlfriend, and another man, or charged his on, again off, again, girlfriend. Lisa Harris stands accused in his murder early Sunday morning than home. They shared cops, a Harris's friend, sterling Ivar held leathers in a chokehold while Harris punched him and sat on his chest, ultimately leaving.
"meghan hughes" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And, you know, even though you're not not talk to your neighbors. You know, it's a close community very. Secure, so it's, it's disconcerting to know something like that happened. So close to your home. Now, police are still conducting more interviews of neighbors processing the crime scene. And as of right now. No suspects are in custody, now that on top of Chicago police ain't a woman with a concealed carry license, mistook, a man who is trying to help a friend as an intruder, and shot him on the south side today. Investigators say twenty year old man was trying to help the friend who got locked out of a house. But the woman who also lives in that home thought he was trying to break in. So she shot him when she went to a window on the side of a house. A neighbor weighed in on the incident. He have killed. So she did right now that man who was shot his hospitalized and the shooting is being investigated. A civic slip up after the house passed mostly by partisan nineteen billion dollar disaster aid package on Monday. ABC's Meghan Hughes reports from Washington. She says, President Trump was tweeting about the house passage of the disaster Bill farmers in Puerto Rico, and all will be very happy. He also tweeted great now. We will get it done in the Senate. The Senate actually passed the measure last month in it's now headed to Trump's desk. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer responding, telling the president, quote, you're clearly, confused, hopefully, you not to confuse to sign it and the House Judiciary committee will hold a series of public hearings on the Muller report, beginning next week. But they won't include former special counsel, Robert Muller, at least for now, the announcement was made today by judiciary chairman Jerrold, Nadler ABC, senior congressional correspondent, Mary Bruce, explains Democrats strategy, they want to get everything out in the public, they're going to try to make their case to build public support to air, all of Muller's findings, whether that's going to be enough to get the public on board. That's a really tall order and remember, it's not just about getting the public support. But if Democrats have any hope to succeed. Besley impeach Donald Trump. They're going to need to get Republicans in the Senate on board. And that is going to be really, really difficult and mayor Lightfoot met which police superintendent, Eddie Johnson after a violent weekend. She stepped out to address reporters from that meeting saying that she plans on getting the whole criminal Justice process on the same page, we just need to make sure that there's a.
"meghan hughes" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Were kills people. Most importantly, by far more broadly, the forty five minute interview which aired Sunday night was taped at the White House. Wednesday, Meghan Hughes, ABC news Washington, I'm feeling a little sad watching it go because like. So California artists hopes has now destroyed work has eased, the suffering of those connected to the parkland shooting. David best built the temple of time in Coral Springs, just three miles down the road from MSG highschool on the anniversary of the shooting and last night. He burnt it down to cleanse and helped the survivors, and those who lost loved wives saying is not going to go away, but to divert they may give the hatred against will happen. I hope you can burn. So best says he hopes that the fire will serve as a symbol to inspire those traumatized by the shooting to let go with their life, and go on with their live rather, go to our website, a fifty W F T, L dot com and see the temple of time burning to the ground. Alligator harvest permits now valuable in Florida Tammy sap is with the Florida Department of wildlife conservation commission. She says the hunt is just a way for the state of manage the population of reptiles good management and found science. We're able to offer sustain. Harvest opportunities to a highly regulated hunt. So over six thousand permits will be available for the hunt for twenty nineteen also go to our website, fifty WT AL dot com to listen to Jen and my podcast. Full rigor, new episode drop this morning. It's called an alligator eight. My husband Brooks kept Gus celebrating his second consecutive PGA championship victory KEPCO, who's from Wellington, held a seven stroke lead leading into the final run and won by two strokes over, Dustin Johnson and game of thrones is also over last chapter game of thrones aired last night on HBO and talked to Steven Diener about everything. A fifty WTO news time is eight thirty.
"meghan hughes" Discussed on KOMO
"Cop killer in Auburn, Alabama ABC's Jim Ryan just after ten o'clock last night. Police were sent to a domestic disturbance at a mobile home park in Auburn Alabama. They were immediately met with gunshots. One officer would die. Two others are seriously wounded now law enforcers in eastern, Alabama and western Georgia are searching for a twenty nine year old suspect, named Grady, Wayne will and police warn, he may be wearing body armor as the trade war between the US and China continues. The Trump administration is poised to get rid of some tariffs today against Canada and Mexico tariffs on steel and aluminum imports are being lifted. The president taking a Mitterrand tweet. He says, quote, if Iran wants a fight that will be the official end of Iran. Here's ABC's Meghan Hughes, in President Trump's interview with Fox News. The president talks immigration China tariffs, Iran, and the twenty twenty elections. I'm not somebody that wants to go into war continue to oppose military intervention in Iran economies were kills people most importantly, by far more simple, the forty five minute interview, which aired Sunday night was taped at the White House. Wednesday, Meghan Hughes. ABC news Washington testers hit the streets in Missouri. And Alabama after both states approved strict new laws on abortions. The politics of abortion now front and center, President Trump insists his views are mainstream tweeting this weekend for those who would like to know I am strongly pro life with the three exceptions rape, incest, and protecting the life of the mother, David Wright, neither Alabama, nor Missouri allow those exceptions and eight year old is now safe after being snatched in Fort Worth, Texas. Police say the girl was found over the weekend after the suspect's car was spotted and hotel parking lot days after the US ordered non-emergency people out of the US embassy in Baghdad a rocket hits in the green zone. No word on casualties. You're listening to ABC.
"meghan hughes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To swing right through Merrimack valley metro west and Boston during the evening drive overnight. We had some thunderstorm activity. Lightning strikes where another story line home in west bro feeling nature's fury WBZ's KENDALL Buhl joins us from westboro this morning. Good morning KENDALL. Very good morning than it is here on hundred streets that a late Ning strike exploded. A tree in the back house of the activists, I spoke to a Susan ackman, who says that inside the house. Oust there is plenty of Bevis station. Parts of this tree, having smashed through the window going around corners, in her hallway, she says, and I can tell you from right outside here. There are huge branches scattered all across this yard. There are big showing shards of wood, that have been in paled in the law, and like so many launch arts year. But amazingly, nobody inside the house was hurts miss ackman says it's now just a matter of getting in touch with their insurance company and starting the process of cleaning up, and they've got a ton to do here been out here. Westboro. Kendall buhl. And of course, we could be dealing with some more lightning strikes, maybe some thunderstorms. Some, some strong ones could come through this afternoon. We'll keep you posted. So you keep it right here on WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty couple of influential Shiite figures in Iraq or warning against pulling their country into a war between the United States and Iran. They say it would turn a into a battlefield and inflict much harm. Those comments came after a rocket was fired into Iraq's capital of the heavily fortified green zone. It landed less than a mile from the US embassy, but there were no injuries reported as US Saran tensions escalate, there have been concerns. Baghdad could once again get caught in the middle. Meantime, the president has shed more light on the potential for a conflict with Iran. ABC's Meghan Hughes is in Washington. President Trump's interview with Fox News, the president talks immigration China tariffs, Iran, and the twenty twenty elections. I'm not somebody that wants to go into war continue to oppose military intervention in Iraq war. Hurts economies were killed people. Most importantly by far more separate late five. Five minute interview, which aired Sunday night was at the White House. Wednesday, Meghan Hughes, ABC news, Washington. Another.
"meghan hughes" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"We'll talk more about that. Throughout the morning. The president is sounding off a week after the redacted Mullah report was released. ABC's Meghan Hughes reports from DC President Trump opening up about the mullahs report to Fox News, Sean Hannity, I could have fired everybody could have fired Muller. I couldn't find anybody that I wanted to fire. He expressed frustration with the origins of the Mueller investigation was a coup. This was at attempted overthrow of the United States government. He also explained why he's refusing to comply with congressional subpoenas. No collusion. No -struction. And then the house starts now. We're gonna go we're gonna go further, and I said. We've had it. That's enough negative news ABC news, Washington. That's not all he talked about in that interview. The president also took aim at former VP Joe Biden after his first day on the campaign trail, the president telling Sean Hannity that he questions the new democratic presidential candidates intelligence over the years. He's not the brightest lightbulb in the group. I don't think out steering his FOX interview Trump tried to draw contrast between where the country is today. And where it was when Biden was vice president claiming the US is respected now again with the number twenty pick in the two thousand nine hundred NFL draft. The Broncos select Iowa tight end Noah fans, the Broncos moved down trading. The tenth pick overall to the Steelers and opting for the six four two hundred fifty pound tight end. You know, we'll be at adjustment in terms of running routes for sure the judgment of the speed of the game. No doubt. But at six four and two fifty and with that kind of speed overall, those are things you simply can't teach our voice of the Broncos Dave Logan there. He spoke with phantom moments after the. Omaha native was named the newest Bronco. That's really about it. You know, I I loved it. When I went out there, and I'm super excited to get to know, the kid, and the landscape and all that. And obviously, you know, you'd never Bronco so exciting to see him. What do you think about the pick your weighing in this morning on Facebook and fan? Reactions pouring in for vendors and game. These fans were first in line to see adventures endgame Thursday night, and they were not disappointed. Great. Go, and I cry there are a lot of points where people are saying. John told us the three hour Runtime. No probably gonna put another our wanted. Her disagrees. Says it dragged a bit in parts it may be top ten. Definitely not. But today, it says not only is it vendors endgame, great ending to twenty two marvel movies more importantly, it feels like a really satisfying beginning to even more. Jason nathanson. ABC news Hollywood chat. Live Jason at five. Fifty this morning. Well, coming up.
Trump Says He Could Have Fired Everyone
"The president is sounding off a week after the redacted Mullah report was released. ABC's Meghan Hughes reports from DC President Trump opening up about the mullahs report to Fox News, Sean Hannity, I could have fired everybody could have fired Muller. I couldn't find anybody that I wanted to fire. He expressed frustration with the origins of the Mueller investigation was a coup. This was at attempted overthrow of the United States government. He also explained why he's refusing to comply with congressional subpoenas. No collusion. No -struction. And then the house starts now. We're gonna go we're gonna go further, and I said. We've had it. That's enough negative news ABC news, Washington. That's not all he talked about in that interview. The president also took aim at former VP Joe Biden after his first day on the campaign trail, the president telling Sean Hannity that he questions the new democratic presidential candidates intelligence over the years. He's not the brightest lightbulb in the group. I don't think out steering his FOX interview Trump tried to draw contrast between where the country is today. And where it was when Biden was vice president claiming the US is respected now
"meghan hughes" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Of June isn't going to be quite as as as deadline. Heaviest. It would have been had the deadline at self been at the end of June. Right. So that does pull a little bit more of of of extension time for these talks. Now the end of October. It's important to note here isn't necessarily the hardened firm thing there's been some indications from Europe that self could stretch, or if there was a deal in place earlier than that that the U K might be able to leave earlier Theresa May was saying that her talks labour leader, Gerry Corbin are ongoing their fruitful, they're making progress. So we'll see how all of that goes forward. But you know, certainly finding consensus in British politics has been a little bit difficult of racin. Yeah. Certainly has been a challenge. Jared. Thank you very much. Great summing of the events in the past twenty four hours editor that that will let's bring the conversation with Tracy, and I guess this morning stain Yuccas in science say Bank chief investment officer. And chief welcome to the show. Good it. So here we are. This is sort of almost the worst of all was full Theresa May closer to a no confidence vote or a leadership challenge in the UK as a result of this hybrid extension. Isn't that the same thing? Really? But the I think it's clear to say, I think it's the worst of all well, we have Kate Konami who's going to face another extension. We have a credit facilitation in UK, which is very small, and we have business of the business Meghan Hughes wide leave in the UK shows as well. So I think we just from seeing that the studying and newcast it's will start to take some pummeling on this. And I think in terms of may and her political process, I think the robe. The time is running out on her because you know, at the bottom of all this remains that even Dettori party doesn't know what to do with themselves in the situation that I don't see your play together. I don't see her any chance of actually selling this to the parliament. I think we could be bagging sort of turmoil. Fifty the leadership challenge on her and more importantly, I think there's a referendum coming here. It's good to see this morning in the UK economy. Of course, I'm curious how you think this extra six months is going to play out when it comes to the economic effect. Does this extra six months of uncertainty manifest itself, for instance, in business confidence, lower business investment? How do you see it actually impacting the UK? So we already know is that twenty eighteen was a contraction of credit facilitations of what we called the credit impulsiveness negative all the way through twenty eighteen now, I'm twenty nine hundred slightly positive, but at the same time credit facilitation through the lending is still a conservative. There's no appetite for new credits. So I think, you know, in a in a global economy, and certainly UK Konomi, which is almost entirely driven by consumers and credit. It's very difficult to see that that six months extensions going to do anything. Good. So I am seriously nervous that the U K 's we get to this deadline, again, we'll have a growth outlook and Benjamin almost panic. Trying to refuel, both the the the grove, but also inflation. GDP intensified quarter stop ponding possibly for the twelfth consecutive month. In a row volatility. I started the show was involved dropping waiting quite aggressively eight days in a row, get ready for a bit accommodating, get ready for a bit of risk from a markets point of view. Then do I buy volatility on that assumption? How much the pummeling could the point get as we waking up to the new risks? So I think the Margaret nowadays, and I talked to sows invested over the last four weeks ninety nine hundred and nine days as positive sterling because of Costa hod deal has disappeared in the hard deal east, the big of the delay and the inability of moving this agenda forward. I would even argue even to this time even a Hyundai will be better than would be better than than extinction. But one Twenty-one twenty freeze when I'm on the record of the things before it's too stunning. Because if you look at history of the UK and slow down in grove, what is always the policy response. Eastern the crimes he come down. And and and allow for sort of a input from from from Riga currency rates. And I think that's inevitable. Having to the volatility is not only starting coming down. We have to put that into to the framework as well. I think the the the what radio behind Steve remember the remain be is going to be part of the trade deal. That remain be stronger. Every time receive that the dollar remain be deal. Dive remain be strengthening we see that. The volatility globally skilled up next the trade war attention shifts to Europe as the Trump administration proposes tariffs on your Arab.
"meghan hughes" Discussed on KOMO
"Has details. The indictment charges Julian Assange with conspiring with former army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to break into government. Computers containing classified information about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan Guantanamo detainees and a quarter million diplomatic cables, WikiLeaks began publishing the files in two thousand ten and court records, quoted Assange encouraging manning to keep them coming curious eyes. Assange allegedly said never run dry when President Trump was asked. If he wanted to see punishment for Assange said, he had no opinion. It would be a decision made by the attorney general. Meanwhile, details have emerged regarding a White House proposal to use immigrant as punishment for political rivals. Details from ABC's Meghan Hughes in Washington, Trump administration officials tell ABC news that the propose. Zyl would have involved immigration officials dropping off detained immigrants on the streets of sanctuary cities. The plan first reported in the Washington Post would have targeted house speaker Nancy Pelosi's district in San Francisco among others. Pelosi spokesperson reacted saying this administration. Cynicism and cruelty cannot be overstated a White House official confirms the plan was quote floated but says it's no longer being considered. Authorities in Louisiana arrested the twenty one year old son of a sheriff's deputy on three counts of simple, arson of a religious building. They believe holding Matthews. The man who burned three churches in Saint Landry parish state fire Marshall Br Butch Browning said we're extremely unequivocably confident that we have the person who's responsible for these tragic crimes on these three charges. You're listening to ABC news. The you have three ex wives and your current trophy wife.
"meghan hughes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"News. And Sherry Preston. Biting cold now extending from the midwest to the northeast wind chills. Thirty nine below in Chicago to fifteen below in Boston the cold now blamed for at least, eight deaths. Here's ABC's Alex Perez Arctic air firing up the lake effect snow machine bringing several feet of snow to western New York. Vehicles crashing in whiteout conditions in the buffalo area, snow squalls in Pennsylvania, causing multiple pile ups on highways this as the midwest is gripped by record-breaking cone, travelers once again being grounded flight aware over twenty two hundred flights are delayed or canceled. President Trump pointing fingers for the lack of progress on the border wall. Trump blames Paul Ryan for renaming on a promise to get the president his wall in exchange for signing the two thousand eighteen spending Bill the president telling the daily caller quote. Well, I was going to veto the omnibus Bill and Paul told me in the strongest of language, please don't do that. We'll get you the wall. And I said, I hope you mean that because I don't like this Bill, and then he went lame duck. ABC's Meghan Hughes. ABC's Jim Ryan says more troops may be headed for the border at its peak. Did deployment included nearly six thousand military personnel sent to California Arizona, New Mexico and here to Texas the numbers down to twenty three hundred active duty troops along with twenty two hundred national guard members. The Pentagon says thousands more soldiers and marines may be deployed soon. Democrats are now proposing a Bill to make election day, a national holiday Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, doesn't think much of the idea of American as another paid holiday and a bunch of government workers being paid to go out and work assume our folks on our colleagues on the other side on their campaigns police in Chicago responded to people on surveillance that they wanna talk with about the attack on actor jussie smollet cops say it is a potential racially charged hate crime. You're listening to ABC news..
As court gag order looms, Trump adviser Roger Stone on media blitz
"President Trump now raising questions about the arrest of longtime confidant Roger stone on charges brought by special counsel, Robert Muller. ABC's Meghan Hughes. An it Trump told the daily caller he would think about asking the FBI to review its use of force after what he called the unusual way. He says Roger stone was treated when the FBI took stone in Trump pointed out that there were twenty nine people their armored vehicles and cameras present he said, it was sad to see in the same interview. The president also says former speaker of the house Paul Ryan reneged on a promise to get the border wall
"meghan hughes" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Eight our midtown temperature is twenty nine in a bipartisan effort female state, lawmakers pushed to get Georgia to ratify the equal rights amendment democratic state senators, our ca renchik says Georgia becoming the thirtieth state to ratify the equal rights amendment would make it a leader men and women shall have equal rights under the law. It is hard to imagine an argument against this. Basic console Republican state Senator Rene undermine has introduced identical legislation to Senator Dan oryx democratic Bill because she knows partisanship exists. So that disavows that argument that we're not gonna do anything or we're going to pick and choose a Republican or Democrat Bill and move forward with it at the state capital. Veronica waters, WSB, President Trump takes credit for Foxconn promising to build a huge manufacturing plant in Wisconsin. Didn't get elected. He definitely would not be spending ten billion dollars. Not so fast, Foxconn appears to be waffling despite billions and tax credits. The company says it's too expensive to build TV's here. Now, it's talking about a scaled-down research and development center houses Senate negotiators make no obvious headway on border security is they meet for the first time Jimmy Duprey in Washington. Lawmakers said all the right things on the first day of border security talks. We certainly have a lot of work to do. But no deals were put on the table is both sides said there would have to be given take compromise means both sides have to get something they need, right. Lawmakers have until February fifteenth to come up with a deal that's acceptable to the president. Or there could be another partial government shutdown. You can read more on Jaime's blog wsbradiOcom that has governor is fuming. He's just discovered. The Trump administration has been secretly shipping radioactive plutonium to a site north of Las Vegas despite the state's objection czar now intend to allow it to be in the facility. I feel it was poor faith. That they did this the energy department claims it did not notify Nevada because the shipments classified, but it won't do it anymore. Spokeswoman Sarah Sanders says God wants Donald Trump to be president. She tells the Christian broadcasting network, I think I'd calls all of us to fill different roles at different times that I think that he wanted Donald Trump to become president. She specifically mentions his appointment of conservative judges and supreme court justices. President Trump tells the daily caller he's got a nominee lined up. If Ruth Bader Ginsburg is if there is a Ginsburg vacancy on the court that he would be highly likely to consider a supreme court nominee from the list that he released in two thousand sixteen it was last expanded in November of two thousand seventeen. ABC's Meghan Hughes says the eighty five year old Ginsburg is slowly recuperating from cancer surgery. WBZ news.
"meghan hughes" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"And here he pressed in biting cold now extending from the midwest to the northeast wind chills. Thirty nine below in Chicago to fifteen below in Boston the cold now blamed for at least eight deaths here's ABC's Alex Perez Arctic air firing up the lake effect snow machine bringing several feet of snow to western New York. Vehicles crashing in whiteout conditions in the buffalo area, snow squalls in Pennsylvania, causing multiple pile ups on highways this as the midwest is gripped by record breaking cold travelers once again being grounded flight aware says over twenty two hundred flights are delayed or canceled. President Trump pointing fingers for the lack of progress on the border wall. Trump lames Paul Ryan for renaming on a promise to get the president his wall in exchange for signing the twenty eighteen spending Bill the president telling the daily caller quote. Well, I was going to veto the omnibus Bill and Paul told me in the strongest of language, please don't do that. We'll get you the wall. And I said, I hope you mean that because I don't like this Bill, and then he went lame duck. ABC's Meghan Hughes. ABC's Jim Ryan says more troops may be headed for the border at its peak. The deployment included nearly six thousand military personnel sent to California, Arizona, New Mexico. And here to Texas the numbers down to twenty three hundred active duty troops along with twenty two hundred national guard members. The Pentagon has thousands more soldiers and marines may be deployed soon. Democrats are now proposing a Bill to make election day, a national holiday Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell doesn't think much of the idea. That's what America needs another paid holiday at a bunch of government workers being paid to go out and work. Our folks on our colleagues on the other side on their campaigns police in Chicago has spotted two people on surveillance that they wanna talk with about the attack on actor jussie smollet cops say it is a potential racially charged hate crime. You're listening to ABC news. Question. Do you have a health insurance plan, you're not happy with will Bethany? And Jason thought they were stock their plan just kept getting more expensive and Bethany favorite doctor didn't even take that plan anymore. And then some forensic church told them about meta share with our previous insurance, we were paying twelve hundred dollars a month with meta share, we now pay around six hundred dollars a month. Yes. They're paying six hundred dollars less per month. And that's a pretty typical savings with meta share. And they actually like meta share more. I was able to go back to my original doctor that I absolutely loved, and it's just been an absolutely beautiful thing being a part of meta share. Yeah. So they pay a lot less, and they like it more. No wonder meta share is growing so fast..
"meghan hughes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"In Pennsylvania, causing multiple pile ups on highways this as the midwest is gripped by record breaking cold travelers once again being grounded flight aware says over twenty two hundred flights are delayed or canceled. President Trump pointing fingers the lack of progress on the border wall. Trump blames Paul Ryan for renaming on a promise to get the president his wall in exchange for signing the two thousand eighteen spending Bill the president telling the daily caller quote. Well, I was going to veto the omnibus Bill and Paul told me in the strongest of language, please don't do that. We'll get you the wall. And I said, I hope you mean that because I don't like this Bill, and then he went lame duck. ABC's Meghan Hughes. ABC's Jim Ryan says more troops may be headed for the border at its peak. The deployment included nearly six thousand military personnel sent to California, Arizona, New Mexico and here to Texas. The number is down to twenty three hundred active duty troops along with twenty two hundred national guard members. The Pentagon says thousands more soldiers and marines may be deployed soon. Democrats are now proposing a Bill to make election day, a national holiday Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell doesn't think much of the idea. That's what America needs another paid holiday at a bunch of government workers being paid to go out and work. Some are folks on our colleagues on the other side on their campaigns. Police in Chicago has spotted two people on surveillance that they wanna talk with about the attack on actor jussie smollet cops say it is a potential racially charged hate crime. You're listening to ABC news. From the twenty four seven KFB digital new center. Nick Diaz this NewsRadio b PK two people died after a major car crash.
SRO, Paul Manafort and Chicago discussed on Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan
"Occurred hi, I'm Kevin Durant and this is where warriors won, a championship here, sorrow, Santa, Rosa Sherry Preston prosecutors in the Bank fraud trial of former, Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort or laying out their closing arguments right now ABC's Meghan Hughes, has the latest the attorney. For the government Greg Andres told jurors that Paul Manafort, is Aligarh saying
Representative Jason Spencer, Larry Nassar and ABC discussed on Red Eye Radio
"Six sixty two sixty three eight hundred four three six sixty two sixty three Georgia state lawmaker is stepping down after stepping over the line ABC's Dave Schreiber. Has details state Representative Jason Spencer is resigning from the Georgia house of representatives following a recent appearance. On Sasha baron Cohen's Showtime, series Spencer exposed himself and yelled racial slurs can't you Now you're gonna take some politicians had. Been calling for special session to get them out if he refused to step, down Spencer's, spokesman says, Spencer will leave his, job at the. End of the month Dave triborough ABC news Tuesday women who say they, were, abused by Larry Nassar attended a hearing on. Capitol Hill they want to. Hear from the leaders and organizations that they blame for their complaints of abuse ABC's Meghan Hughes has more victim after. Victim at a news conference ahead of the hearing Larry Nassar I abused me when. I was nine years old USOC US AG an. MSU have failed me laying accountability at the feet of organizations whose leaders were set to testify the US. Olympic Committee Suzanne lions taking heat for recent court filings the. Court will determine if we need to. Be part of those proceedings Michigan State University already reached a five hundred million dollar settlement with. The survivors Meghan Hughes ABC news Capitol Hill in Greece. Rescue crews Going door to door looking for missing.
US, National Transportation Safety Board and Meghan Hughes discussed on Mike McConnell
"Hughes, has the, details what's being done to protect athletes in the wake of the, Nassar scandal. Senators will hear from the US Olympic. Committee's acting CEO Suzanne lions the head of USA gymnastics carry Perry and, Michigan state's interim president John angler adding to. The pressure more than eighty survivors of, Nassar's abuse will hold a news conference, ahead of the hearing the former doctor, for USA gymnastics in Michigan Athletics pled guilty last year to felony criminal. Sexual conduct this is the band's third hearing. On the issue Meghan Hughes, ABC news Washington the National Transportation Safety board says a pilot's fatigue and his confusion. Over. A plane's autopilot mode where among the causes of twenty sixteen crash. Into Lake Erie just off of Cleveland that. Killed all six people on board the NTSB's final report says pilot John. Fleming had been awake for over seventeen hours at the time. Of. The crash on December twenty nineth the report released yesterday said the plane's auto pilot was also not engaged as. It should have been just after takeoff I it was driverless cars now we're learning that pilotless planes may soon be a reality, on the, news podcast start here ABC news contributor Colonel Steven Gerrard says it's, just a. Matter of time before we see fewer. Pilots in the air the Farnborough airshow outside of London last week Airbus, was quite clear that by twenty twenty three They believe they'll have the technology. To begin to replace some of the cabin or. Some of, the cockpit, crews, today there is a recall on a popular snack for kids ABC's Dave Schreiber tells us what it is there is a voluntary recall on four types of, goldfish crackers over concerns about salmonella pepperidge farms says way powder. May have been contaminated in the. Crackers the recall includes flavor blasted extra cheddar flavor blasted sour cream and onion baked with whole grain extra. Cheddar goldfish mix extra cheddar and pretzel the products have been distributed throughout the US there have been no reports of, an illness Dave Schreiber ABC. News they stayed has reported Ohio's first human. West Nile virus case this year the Ohio department, of health says that. A seventy one, year old Lake County man had to be hospitalized this week no deaths of. Yet been reported this year most. People received the virus through bites from in Spain -ffected mosquitoes Radio seven. Hundred wwl. Sports here's a reds obey del CID Harare's pinch hit walk off a single in the. Bottom of the line sent the reds over the cardinals last night two to one this nap Cincinnati's four game. Losing. Streak Saint Louis starter Daniel daily owned through seven no. Hit. Innings against Cincinnati and his major league. Debut before Suarez led the reg two out rally in the ninth Suarez is two out. Solo Homer, off closer bud Norris tied the game at one. The reds then loaded, the bases in, rarest, single to center for the game winner Reggie cardinals, meeting gave, two of, their series, tonight Austin Gombar will.
FBI agent leaves Capitol Hill after marathon 10-hour testimony
"Agility training daycare and dog cat and small animal boarding to no one loves your pets like you do but nobody cares for your pets like they do at paradise pet resort so come party on the plaza this friday five to eight with the soul shine blues band please county klay thompson dollar hey this is steph curry hi i'm kevin durant and this is where the warriors won a championship hey sro santa rosa from abc news i'm richard cantu for nine hours fbi agent peter struck who's antitrump texts got kicked off special counsel robert muller's russia probe has been testifying before joint meeting of the house oversight and judiciary committee's fbi agent peter struck says his text messages were unrelated to his work for the fbi republicans railed on struck pointing to one message to then fbi lawyer lisa page stating we will stop trump from becoming president oversight committee chairman trey goudy thanks promising to stop someone he is supposed to be fairly investigating from ever becoming president isn't bias democrats claim republicans are trying to undermine the muller investigation meghan hughes abc news capitol hill resident from criticising british prime minister theresa may's negotiations and leaving the european union telling the sun newspaper that it isn't what the britain's voted for much differently i actually told theresa may had to do it but she didn't agree with she didn't listen to him in president also warns may of trying to stay close to the the eu they do that i would say that that would probably in major trade relationship with the president meets with prime minister made morrow a us official confirms to abc news austin texas has been selected as headquarters city of the army's new futures command where military technologies will be developed an announcement coming tomorrow the author of a two thousand seventeen book about the nineteen fifty five lynching a fourteen year old emmett till in mississippi says he handed over all his investigation materials to the fbi duke university historian timothy tyson questions why the justice department has reopened the case there's nothing that i know of nothing in my research that is actionable i don't think the book quoted caroline dunham the white woman who claimed till whistle letter and after four date as saying her testimony was not truthful on wall street the dow closed up two hundred twenty four points the nasdaq was one gain one zero seven you're listening to abc news ever wonder why european seemed to speak so many languages maybe it's because they use babble the number one selling language learning app and era dabbles awardwinning technology gets.
Harley-Davidson vs. Trump: Who's right, who's wrong?
"On the day's top story huge victory for the trump administration as the supreme court of the united states ruled five four straight down party lines like you'd expect him to vote in favor of the trump travel ban we were joined at the top of the show this afternoon by abc's meghan hughes on capitol hill and i asked her this surprise anybody for court watchers this wasn't a huge surprise a lot of people thought the court's decision in december sort of telegraph this the justices did allow the travel ban and this policy to take full effect even as the court fight was continuing on so that seemed to be some indicate an indication and then also during the oral arguments back in april we heard from justice kennedy who as you know is is often i swing vote and one that that court watchers really try to listen to during these arguments and he was ask taking a lot of questions giving the impression that he thought the supreme court and the justice system in general shouldn't be second guessing the president on matters of national security and that's really what this decision and what chief justice roberts i write a lot about it's not necessarily an endorsement of the president's policy and in fact he goes to great lengths not to express any viewpoint on whether or not he believes that this policy is sound or constitutional but rather the president's power and broad powers to deal with issues like immigration and national security abc's meagan hughes in washington and then we touched base about the harley davidson story course yesterday hd announced it was shifting the production not the manufacturer but the production of the parts of the bikes it's selling to the european union over to the european union in a couple of years after they get things set up and that was before president trump on a tweet storm this morning about harley davidson threatening them basically with new taxes are either tariffs in their decision so i reached out to my friend bob altaf who owns eighty ferro harley davidson snorts star in downtown and centennial park harley davidson and aston the reaction of dealers like himself across the country to these tariffs many dealers i'm sure are in support of what the president's trying to do he is trying to bring tariffs down worldwide as they relate to many many industries in the united states we give an example farmers agricultural products dairy can't be sent to the european union and places like canada or china without terrorists that have been in that thirty percent range for a long long time president does the like that we don't like that as i said we would all prefer zero tariffs anywhere harley now finds itself in that same position when the president refers to the announcement that we made about the kansas city plant closing there was a completion of two different issues harley had long since prior to that announced that they were going to build one of these complete knockdown plants in thailand to serve our asian customers the jobs at kansas city were simply being transferred to our facility in york pennsylvania that did not get reported in the press and i'm not sure that the president understands that any better than most americans do but the fact of the matter is that the kansas city plant is being consolidated to kansas city york simply because of the demand factors in the us has nothing to do with highland never did so i think that you know in the final analysis these are complex matters i'm the i'm the steward of one hundred six year old harley davidson dealership the oldest in the world we've never sold a bike that was not manufactured munitis states i don't expect to great stuff from bob altaf you can always access the interviews maybe you just catch a clip of him here at this portion of the show you were probably out doing what you do and maybe didn't catch the long form addition after the show josh has posted a wtvn dot com on the what are your company podcast page now.
Reality Winner to change her plea on leaking Russian interference report
"In the reality winner case the nsa contractor accused of leaking classified information cuts a deal winner former nsa contractor at fort gordon near augusta has agreed to a plea deal terms not yet known she's accused of leaking top secret report on russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen election wsb legal analyst ron carlson we'll reality plead to the major espionage charge for wilder be an alternate charge like unauthorized disclosure of national defense information we should know tuesday when winter is due back in court in augusta edgar treiguts wsb the house fails to pass one immigration bill and punts on another two point oh after a more conservative immigration bill was defeated gop leaders are now trying to figure how changes to a second plan republican mark walker any jotted a one way or the other you lose people because of the complexities and because of the sensitivities and the emotion is republicans keep looking for a magic formula to get a majority in the house on immigration reform wsb's jamie dupree says one gop lawmakers calling on president trump to fire adviser stephen miller over the now rescinded policy of separating immigrant families at the border congressman mike kaufman of colorado tweeting that the president should fire his adviser stephen miller he tweeted this is a human rights mess it's on the president to clean it up and fire the people responsible for making abc's meghan hughes says kaufman also suggests putting a general retired ceo in charge of reunifying families first lady melania trump asks about reunification while visiting a shelter for immigrant kids in texas line you can help to these two but her message of concern was undercut by the jacket she chose to wear on her way to and from texas it read i really don't care.
"meghan hughes" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"Meghan hughes resolution to be a better with your money achieve it at policy genius dot com these these way to compare and by life insurance there's zero sales pleasure no hassle and it's free uh free to be the most financially responsible decision of your life policy genius dot com get your numerous resolutions solved in five minutes okay very briefly with this spike in interest rates so it 10year yields that's done that the 10year treasury wish a 10year yield is now above two point six percent is the highest since last march now why is that important well as interest rates go up certain parts of the economy end up getting hurt one of them being housing uh housing is several times more ratesensitive in business investment says goldman's goldman sachs and goldman is saying that we expect longterm rates to rise by an additional hundred basis points in the next two years noil basis a hundred basis points is one percent i know that's they always talk and basis points in financial stuff and nobody is not involved in finance nosing what that means a hundred basis points is one percent so we expect longterm rates this is goldman sachs to rise by an additional one percent in the next two years as the fed continues to tighten policy uh once per quarter and the term premium rises so they're worried that if interest rates continue to rise that it is going to end up hurting sectors of the economy uh among others uh and then we'll housing market being the the the most critically damaged of those now i have mixed feelings about that because the truth is if you make the if you if lending practices or loose enough it doesn't really matter whether a house cost you you know what we're house cost you via six percent interest or three percent interested he really was irrelevant because people are going to have to move they're going to have to buy and sell homes and it will affect how much home you can buy and how much you can afford but if if the lending restrictions still stay hair.