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"montagne" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Throw line has not been good to the Trojans here tonight. But they can make up for it and the clutch with 4 45 left on a talking going on. As to Sean Jackson is Being forced to go to the Washington state bench. Maybe some blood for Jackson to trainers looking at. I think he has some blood on his jersey. And then he's going to take that jersey off. They want to make sure Jackson's on the court He's been their best player here tonight. Ineffectively Isis, the free throw shooter. As Jackson changes jerseys and now where 44 Without a name on the back, so they just keep extra jerseys on the bench for these exact situations. Now Evan will go to the line and shoot the two free throws. First one is good. So no ice there for Mobley except the ice running through his veins. Jackson was subbed out. Like Markovitz Keys. Come in. Second one for Evan is also good big time shots from Evan Mobley, and now Jackson can come back into the game to the two made free throws. And so he doesn't miss any time. Azam Mobley will pick him up as the man to man matchup Sean Jackson has had his way with Evan Mobley. So, USC by four now 65 61. It was just Game's been grinding to a halt here and the referee's again are Stopping things again. The infield was wondering why Jackson is able to sub in when he came out and came back in without any play happening, but Yeah. Officials have told him it's fine. And so now we'll be Washington State basketball. Bones. Children's in a man to man Taj. He picks up Ryan rap trying to pressure the basketball. Montagne fell down and has stayed down for Washington state. He's sitting in the lane. Should be three seconds Andy Enfield screaming that from the USC bench. I don't know what happened. The officials eventually blow the whistle. Don't know of Washington State called a time out, they did. Montagne is up and limping a little bit. If he's just sitting in the key. That's gotta be a three second violation on Isaac Montagne. And I think it was just such a weird play. The officials didn't notice it. Yeah, He just slipped. Ethan Anderson didn't touch him. He just slipped and rolled his left ankle. And then took a nap. In the late.
"montagne" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"No, no, no South over the whole strike sort of l A. I was in over the past. Oy, ahjumma. I wanted to see if the Coast then to what intent? We're recording time. Women. Bramble. Supermarkets off. Resellers may hold, especially para La Fiesta del Grant will go to Samarra. Muslims support both obviously restaurant and weapons, and Thomas lived. Such a dramatic video shows that you don't know any way we see that locally that Mr Khanna Montagne, Florida centralist Territorio Bravo in American socialist system. Where did that sovereign a lesbian drama American Turkey Leg Road that especially the endocrinologist Texas, But it's not the excellent, so even his most month more and Gemma Human Just seeing ghosts. What do you see it there? Three City Three. Stress is the annual continue with no strategy. Looking at sea para you know they're looking to see God, you must, buddy. That I saw this bomb in this podcast. Thanks for hearing me..
"montagne" Discussed on KOMO
"Sports desk with Tom Hustler. All right. Yahoo Sports was the first to report an offer from Major League Baseball to the Players Association to move the start of spring training backed by a month. And wait to open the season April 28 rather than April 1st. The delay would reduce the scheduled 154 games rather than 162 reports that the players will turn down the offer. And there's a formal announcement that could be made today. Super Bowl 55 set for Sunday quarterback Patrick the homes of the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs explain why this year's team or at least this year's game. Feels different than last year. It's definitely little different compared to last year last, but at the same time last year when we were here, we were private sometime in the same manner, making sure that we're ready to go. It's probably you probably get a little bit more info because you get a full full another week where you don't have as many obligations as far as going to different places, a media night and everything like that the city favored by three Hardwood version of the Apple Cup. Part one took place last night on Montlake visiting Washington state came in and took care of business is that Kooks beat the Huskies on their home floor. 77 62 snapping a six game losing streak. Isaiah Montagne and Isaac Montagne rather and Noelle Williams led the cooze Noelle Williams, a former owed a star had 21 with Montagne. Putting in 25 points in Washington's women also lost. They were missing three starters in a lopsided 74 48 Setback to number six Stanford sports at 10 40 past each hour. Tom Cutler couple news. Thank you, Tom 5 42 right now we'll check traffic and weather for you coming up. Next meet Ingrid. Fiery spirit carrying Grandma Proud trucker. I've loved more than four million miles. You must try. If people knew what I know lives could be saved. I was driving outside of Ohio when a gentleman stopped suddenly in front of me, but it takes my £80,000 truck 200 yards to stop..
"montagne" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Montagne says Sam Shane sacramental voices You can trust the camp became morning news continues on news 93.1 kfbk possess a tagger Now you know if you know what that's from President Trump handed out over 140 pardons, but Joe Exotic was not one of them. One cast member on the Netflix documentary Tiger King is delighted that Joe Exotic has not been pardoned. Would be you guessed it. Carole Baskin? Mm hmm. Yep. She says he's where he belongs. Apparently exotic had like a limo waiting. He thought for sure that former presidential was going to pardon him didn't happen. You know the limo lined up? Yeah, then happen. That's bad form. 6 40 is a time out for the roads we go to check in with my nose. Good morning, sir. Good morning. This report is by the by indeed dot com Things are moving well on our freeways around Sacramento. Now we do have one incident Sometimes sunrise honor After westbound Highway 50 family. We have a vehicle versus pedestrian Fatality act, isn't it all pretty cruiser on the scene? We understand vehicles are squeezing through on the shoulder so you can use the rampart expected the leg. All the rest, maybe from Roseville. Nine minutes to the camp City. Put nine more Cap city and you're downtown. 13 minutes and from Elk Grove on 5 99 50 West happened. Folsom isn't 18 minutes knew from woodland on I five. You do it in 2016 to make the drive in from Davis Right now, if you're hiring you need indeed, indeed delivers quality candidates so you can focus on interviewing people with the right skills.
"montagne" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Wizards wiz the young men. Now he's still over back there to see the grandbaby again and that's my two boys are okay. Wow because they grew up in pennsylvania ten years. Before i left jersey and this is very amazing. Wow you're not you tell your story to help other people right yes testimony can help somebody along definitely is what is the number one show because we are the cenis in shock right now but have to feel good of face young mother. The same thing is to know. My mother-in-law sorry beam and the last question last question dishes so so happy. Grew to about this. Because i was because i was thinking that maybe i'm glad you shared that. You left the moment that this happened team so people to stick out in your marriage back no matter what because especially people from out there used to know what was the last situation when i am out the door. You let convenient you move down south. When was that. i love him and twenty three. When did we come down your fifty or sixty twenty fifteen cut in. We have thought. I we wasn't intimate none at like maybe two years before that or whatever and and i think the last thing was my son's birthday and the girl contacted me again saying they had something together and i went upstairs to the his top when he was in innovate and we got into a little bit not told split up and i know i picked up his gun and cockpit important because they say you don't work montagne work mark gun talk back and pointing at his head and i was like you know what right into two months right. It made it through to blow desma head off and not be around my kids and my grandkids at pack up and leave because my kids. They was already traumatized from trying to stay in. Baker work like women's rights up. Thank you is about to be my girl. Y'all watch that was a look at me for a second. I wanna say look. I i agree with you to the minute. Potatoes them say. I agree with you right now. One hundred percent. I disagree with you and the reason why i'm your shit right now is because she stay so much longer than i thought she left right after this is over now stay a noble fourteen years and had to pull out a gun. She had to stop herself. And.
Three indicted in Houston's Harris County on allegations of trying to illegally influence state House races
"District Attorney Kim Ogg has announced that there are grand jury indictments against three local Democrats accused of election fraud. Democratic political consultant Damian Jones Jones was was indicted indicted today today for for coercion coercion of of a a public public servant servant and and false false caller. caller. I I d d information information for for an an anonymous anonymous threat threat that that he he texted texted to to then then state state representative representative Gina Kalani. In a separate scheme, Ogg says Richard Montagne and Natasha Deming actually created a ghost candidate named Tasha Ruiz, who received 20% of the vote against longtime state representative Harold Dutton.
"montagne" Discussed on Antonio B Jackson Presents Sweetluck's "Bar Fights"
"Sweet loves baugh fight so no holes. Boss go in get drunk. Drink vodka talk shit. We do everything. Everything focused on making pain. So them out. Israel's ball talk no longer squealers bar fight. Sanaa's vodka whiskey explicit very explicit. Everything going go this year. You lose a ball fight. Sweden's bar fights took excuse was good class window from my watch. All this event bottle of vodka twins is still listen. I've known as it was because he likes to the cable last night off drew. my girls format. This spoke part of being on the measurements so tight western going. what randy be this format. Brady nothing sauce. All know who radio ready since fish. Check it out the news since my team. Basically business this day looking around. We're going card money. Let's see the guy too much time off bury i. I just don't know what it is doing. Something florida's got moved new jersey to try jerk. Go along my father was a businessman chasing us. What i did montagne specis. And then he pays well. We haven't taken the australian where it is. There's no no switching s switch to that front..
"montagne" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast
"Here a couple of people talking about the high of the monthly candle now 'cause. . We are in November, , now and <hes>. . Yeah it month all of Taiba Twenty five percent can't come plane with. . <hes> some pretty happy with that the weekly, , of course, , looking beautiful rot. . Now, , the way clearly is about to close in five minutes Montagne. . And if it stays as he's right now it will close up five point three percent notice big away laws wake the no wake in the right direction dilates look it's not over extended. . Now a the moving average having court. . Out We did pull up through fourteen thousand. . But? ? Filed a hold fouled to stay above and I was a real wicky taught break. . It didn't really dealt with. . Excuse me much confidence. . Ward down. . Didn't break with much confidence at all so Yeah. . Look I'm into the modern <hes>. . Certainly, we , could say bitcoin continue to claw. . To. . Be a crazy person would suggest that that's not lyles are not possible. . Sites. . We hang up hanging up pretty high, , and we haven't seen proba pullback. . On the daily alway clear for quite some time that look we could continue to keep on moving out. . Let's let's take ourselves back to that sort of. . Projection run of two, , thousand, , nineteen, , where we you know we we saw massive moving. . We saw many strong wakes, , but that was also pulled back I mean we saw in on the twenty ninth. . Of April the Sixth of my thirteenth May and the nineteenth. . Sorry Mike, , we sort go up. . That was full wakes. . Aquatic strong move there as well that that full-week move let me just take from those full weeks with seventy one percent now for. . The loss of five weeks sammy seen a thirty percent Mussa note is big percentage. . Wise. . that. . We pulled back into the trials on a little bit on that <hes> Waco game back in June, , and then we shot back up headed tools that fourteen thousand dollar mock. . So I am. . I'm not thinking about this I'm just watching. . What the bucket is providing me and saying, , is there anything there that is signal to make to be more bullish bearish right now longtime on bullish meeting Tim on bullish. . Oliver the four out there highlights and they're all higher highs. . So I can't really can't build Germany cases being short right now the the one out can look we do have some resistance at thirteen, , thousand, , nine, , hundred, , seventy, , two. . Two test but did push down low just recently where are we today with Bitcon? We'll ? close down point three percent at thirteen, , thousand, , seven, , hundred, , and fifty one dollars. . So Guy, , it's pretty happy days right now theorem at an Oscar push-up es died. . Broadcast through the resistance level that which was was that three hundred, ninety, , , four region and will have to wait and see if we can break above that a guy. . Now, , there is a two-day candidates also quite bullish. . This I'm keeping a close on Theorem as well. . It's broken out this morning through the to test level of Wa- on full, , which was a guy in the level I said before this is a law time from him looking and I will be <hes> provided that the simplicity kicks continues I will be looking for for long try on a theory. . On looking quite NAS as a trend there. . Needs to settle itself a bit more three, , hundred, , Ninety, , seven, , thirty, , four now, , which represents two point seven percent up. . Except pay also cheaper, , we mentioned the weekly the on a theory as well. . It was actually down two point, , two percent at the moment. . Noah nearest bullish. . Well, , Bitcoin has course nothing really has banked buffet. . Ex pays close awake daffy five point two. . Point three percent at twenty four cents on the nose is a really horrible looking child's up point one percent now twenty four cents flat nothing to speak overwrought their bitcoin cash. . All Of that to seven fog level. . Again, , guidance going to close down one point, , two percent as we are about to close rods. . Now it's up two point, , two percent today. . The WACO is going to. . Finish in the red, , not much to go on their dialect low to mid timeframes on Bitcoin Cash Ignatz break, , two, , seven five and ultimately Nacer to Eddie one get to a new hire high. . That's listening back the WHA one at the Bay of me to be trading. . The why the trade now come on the lot coin hair gyn loss wake you know the cracking wait twenty, three , percent or the week before the week just gone down five point five percent on the daily has just closed right now. . It closed down. . Yeah. . It was basically flat on the Diet that was nothing really speak of it is a level at fifty six dollars and forty five cents of keeping a close eye on. . And Lot, , coin as well on the tonight. . There is a bullish candidate right there on that today on keeping a close on that as well. . Why? ? Well because it's in the cradle Zion and it looks pretty dont strong at the moment. . So keeping. . That in my watch list today looking for long opportunities that
Market Update: LINK, LTC & ETH Looking Strong
"Here a couple of people talking about the high of the monthly candle now 'cause. We are in November, now and Yeah it month all of Taiba Twenty five percent can't come plane with. some pretty happy with that the weekly, of course, looking beautiful rot. Now, the way clearly is about to close in five minutes Montagne. And if it stays as he's right now it will close up five point three percent notice big away laws wake the no wake in the right direction dilates look it's not over extended. Now a the moving average having court. Out We did pull up through fourteen thousand. But? Filed a hold fouled to stay above and I was a real wicky taught break. It didn't really dealt with. Excuse me much confidence. Ward down. Didn't break with much confidence at all so Yeah. Look I'm into the modern Certainly, we could say bitcoin continue to claw. To. Be a crazy person would suggest that that's not lyles are not possible. Sites. We hang up hanging up pretty high, and we haven't seen proba pullback. On the daily alway clear for quite some time that look we could continue to keep on moving out. Let's let's take ourselves back to that sort of. Projection run of two, thousand, nineteen, where we you know we we saw massive moving. We saw many strong wakes, but that was also pulled back I mean we saw in on the twenty ninth. Of April the Sixth of my thirteenth May and the nineteenth. Sorry Mike, we sort go up. That was full wakes. Aquatic strong move there as well that that full-week move let me just take from those full weeks with seventy one percent now for. The loss of five weeks sammy seen a thirty percent Mussa note is big percentage. Wise. that. We pulled back into the trials on a little bit on that Waco game back in June, and then we shot back up headed tools that fourteen thousand dollar mock. So I am. I'm not thinking about this I'm just watching. What the bucket is providing me and saying, is there anything there that is signal to make to be more bullish bearish right now longtime on bullish meeting Tim on bullish. Oliver the four out there highlights and they're all higher highs. So I can't really can't build Germany cases being short right now the the one out can look we do have some resistance at thirteen, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, two. Two test but did push down low just recently where are we today with Bitcon? We'll close down point three percent at thirteen, thousand, seven, hundred, and fifty one dollars. So Guy, it's pretty happy days right now theorem at an Oscar push-up es died. Broadcast through the resistance level that which was was that three hundred, ninety, four region and will have to wait and see if we can break above that a guy. Now, there is a two-day candidates also quite bullish. This I'm keeping a close on Theorem as well. It's broken out this morning through the to test level of Wa- on full, which was a guy in the level I said before this is a law time from him looking and I will be provided that the simplicity kicks continues I will be looking for for long try on a theory. On looking quite NAS as a trend there. Needs to settle itself a bit more three, hundred, Ninety, seven, thirty, four now, which represents two point seven percent up. Except pay also cheaper, we mentioned the weekly the on a theory as well. It was actually down two point, two percent at the moment. Noah nearest bullish. Well, Bitcoin has course nothing really has banked buffet. Ex pays close awake daffy five point two. Point three percent at twenty four cents on the nose is a really horrible looking child's up point one percent now twenty four cents flat nothing to speak overwrought their bitcoin cash. All Of that to seven fog level. Again, guidance going to close down one point, two percent as we are about to close rods. Now it's up two point, two percent today. The WACO is going to. Finish in the red, not much to go on their dialect low to mid timeframes on Bitcoin Cash Ignatz break, two, seven five and ultimately Nacer to Eddie one get to a new hire high. That's listening back the WHA one at the Bay of me to be trading. The why the trade now come on the lot coin hair gyn loss wake you know the cracking wait twenty, three percent or the week before the week just gone down five point five percent on the daily has just closed right now. It closed down. Yeah. It was basically flat on the Diet that was nothing really speak of it is a level at fifty six dollars and forty five cents of keeping a close eye on. And Lot, coin as well on the tonight. There is a bullish candidate right there on that today on keeping a close on that as well. Why? Well because it's in the cradle Zion and it looks pretty dont strong at the moment. So keeping. That in my watch list today looking for long opportunities that
"montagne" Discussed on The Clear Evidence
"Getting Christianity a whole lot of aspects of Christianity. So we're talking to fill took Mitt Anglican Baptist pastors and every time. I got there and ask questions. I'd find that they wouldn't pick up the bottle and start to say. This is the answer Monday brother. They would just start answering. That would just answer from their own opinions and I started to realize that there was a lot of interpretations of Christianity and a lot of people had their own interpretations and one priest from one church was believing one particular aspect of creation and whilst another was proclaiming other so I think to myself the Bible one text but there seems to be different interpretations and it was confusing university. I was working at a service station. Montagne jobs and one of the one of my colleagues was a Hindu who is an Indian Hindu and we'd regularly changed shift and that time I was very inquisitive and outside away wants to deal with the elephant. Head guy you know what's the deal with? Why is that going to elephant hit? And he's got this couldn't even in lion's head or something it'd be real really famous. People were born pitcher. And I'd be saying but why behave fun bucks of guests eggs? My problems and again found that was very hard to stomach so are waiting to had a good friend of mine with a moment This religion actually appeal to me the most of all of the Christian religions. The Church of leaded is signs though streaked. They don't drink alcohol They they don't drink caffeine's unfortunately coug sale. Another advise love coke but again you know there was that lane to fight to embrace this religion and I found. That wasn't just into making a leap of faith. I wanted to prove I also. I miss the days in which you believe and my original nine before Beckett is Rueben so if you probably say all the movies he's saying Rubenstein at the end they'd probably thought I was Jewish so I thought this is one of us but again just didn't find what I what I was looking for. Lastly I'd probably looked into Buddhism fan. This was probably the the religion that I was going to choose. I thought this is great. You know there's so much you know people people at pace here same to be really switched on. Thanked me leaving one with the world. And that's what really appealed to me but the more and more I looked into it I guess I realized that it wasn't a religion of God just to live one of my friends. One of my friends who's a Christian would gym believe said. Tell me religion that you've investigated so. I went through the message. Judaism Christianity Buddhism Hinduism. What about slim? Slim terrorists gonNA miss the guy that religion crazy religion but lo and behold. Fm was looking into a mosque. Wanda this eternal quest striding shoes on straight across the railroad train strike as he went.
"montagne" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The listeners of KQED this is weekend edition from NPR news I'm Renee montagne a video of a shocking arrest has been generating outrage since it appeared online a few weeks ago it shows an Orlando police officer arresting a student and zip tying her hands before escorting her to his car the girl was just six years yeah it makes you cry to hear that every time every time that's Monique Morris she's executive producer of a documentary airing next week on PBS it's called push out the criminalization of black girls in schools she is author of a book of the same name by the way the child we just heard her family said she'd thrown a tantrum and it kicked a school staff member that's why the police were called and Monique Morris welcome to the program hello if you would please lay out for us some statistics that are truly shocking starting with the fact that black girls make up just sixteen percent of the students nationally in public schools but what has the research found black because of the only group of girls who are disproportionately over represented across the spectrum of discipline and at every educational level so that means that black girls are six to seven times more likely than their white counterparts to experience an out of school suspension they are nearly three times more likely to be arrested on school campuses and so we see you know these incidents like again across the spectrum of discipline in schools where black girls are experiencing harm in this way well let's hear from well one of the girls that we see in in your documentary her name is some Maya she's talking about how her teacher treated her when she was in second grade.
"montagne" Discussed on KCRW
"Is weekend edition from NPR news I'm Renee montagne with just months to go before he stands for re election president trump is trying to manage a major national crisis and his own political future here's part of the message he sent at a White House press conference yesterday the choice we make the precautions we put into place are critical to overcoming the virus reducing it spread and shortening the duration of the pandemic which is what it is meanwhile his democratic rivals are trying to send their own messages to both help the public and their campaigns in pure political reporter Danielle Kurtzleben has been following this and joins us now good morning good morning the president is working to marshal resources both for the government and the private sector but you know often of course presidents are most influential as messengers what do some of the experts you been talking to say is really helpful in a crisis like this well first things first they say that a crisis like this I mean that the the crises like this are rare this crisis is unique Mike Leavitt who was a health and Human Services secretary under president George W. bush he pointed out to me that this isn't like a hurricane or a tornado where there's a discrete localized impact that's for a lot of people it's a sort of rolling potential disaster and people are for an extended period of time continually trying to avoid it these are complicated Ricky merchant ships different than our weather event a tornado or hurricane different chairs in the sense that they happen everywhere at the same time so with this happening everywhere to all Americans at the same time I mean the most fundamental thing is to communicate truthful information now C. N. N. this week counted literally dozens of falsehoods about corona virus that trump and his administration had spread and that was before by the way his Wednesday night oval office address in which he seemed to get his own policy is wrong yeah right in people I think have a sense of no control and they really are looking for somebody in in control in a situation like this a keeping people from panicking ten they'll be very hard even for president how does he manage that well so one way is keeping experts close at hand sort of showing that you have smart people around you tell you what to do I asked a scientist and epidemiologist at Johns Hopkins her name was Emily girly about this and she pointed out you know it's not just showing the people that you're getting good information but also that listen I have people telling me when I need to change course if we need to change course and with that we can do that quickly and the president was putting Anthony Fauci and other experts out front in an effort to do that now it is also true though that if there's a disconnect between what the president says and what experts suggest that could add anxiety because of mixed messages for example he announced that travel the travel restrictions regarding Europe and some experts have said that that just isn't useful and of course the democratic candidates have not shied away from criticizing trump's response is here what has stood out for you from Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders one thing is a first of all they both gave speeches this week actually Sanders gave too and the big thing is you know they didn't really criticize each other in those speeches they both seem to have backed off of viewing each other as rivals here set and of course they don't want to be seen as taking political advantage now that said they are definitely criticizing Donald trump's governing style Joe Biden this week called it a failure on testing that is colossal and he also called a failure of planning leadership and execution now Sanders also has said this administration is quote largely incompetent now however they are taking a little bit of advantage Sanders is taking the opportunity to to promote Medicare for all right now Biden is pivoting to the general election really they're just trying to show that they could be presidents during a crisis NPR political reporter Danielle Kurtzleben thanks for joining us yes thank you and tomorrow on weekend edition a closer look at the risk coronavirus poses to our economic health Lulu Garcia Navarro talks with a veteran of the last economic shock about what's different this time around listen to that conversation tomorrow morning by asking your smart speaker to play NPR member station my name.
"montagne" Discussed on KCRW
"News I'm Renee montagne a video of a shocking arrest has been generating outrage since it appeared online a few weeks ago it shows an Orlando police officer arresting a student and zip tying her hands before escorting her to his car the girl was just six years yeah it it it makes you cry do you hear that every time every time that's Monique Morris she's executive producer of a documentary airing next week on PBS it's called push out the criminalization of black girls in schools she is author of a book of the same name by the way the child we just heard her family said she'd thrown a tantrum and it kicked a school staff member that's why the police were called and Monique Morris welcome to the program hello if you would please lay out for us some statistics that are there it's truly shocking starting with the fact that black girls make up just sixteen percent of the students nationally in public schools but what has the research found black because of the only group of girls who are disproportionately over represented across the spectrum of discipline and at every educational level so that means that black girls are six to seven times more likely than their white counterparts to experience an out of school suspension they are nearly three times more likely to be arrested on school campuses and so we see you know these incidents like again across the spectrum of discipline in schools where black girls are experiencing harm in this way well let's hear from well one of the girls that we see in in your documentary her name is some Maya she's talking about how her teacher treated her when she was in second grade.
'Birds of Prey': Reviews praise Margot Robbie's 'crazy pants' Harley Quinn performance
"Day grab your policy and watch Margot Robbie returns as Harley Quinn and birds of prey Harley Quinn teams up with the birds of prey high interest black Canary detective Renee montagne into center came to take down Gotham's most diabolical villain Roman site you own is a K. eight black mass and of course birds of prey is certified fresh on rotten tomatoes so go see Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn in birds of prey in theaters now rated are under seventeen not admitted
"montagne" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'm Renee montagne yesterday the Senate voted against bringing in the witnesses for the impeachment trial of president Donald Trump two gays are forty nine the nays are fifty one the motion is not agreed to coming up later this hour what's ahead for the impeachment trial and how it is likely to end plus how to cough is with the baby why mothers in Iowa with young children face a tough time participating in a long busy caucus and janitors protest for wages in Saint Louis we'll hear why they see their struggle as also one for racial justice first our newscast it's Saturday February first twenty live from NPR news in Washington I'm Barbara Klein Beijing says the new corona virus has spread to nearly twelve thousand people most of them in China several countries including the US are introducing measures to monitor or limit travail by people who've been to China in the past couple of weeks and is Vicky Barker reports from London British police are trying to track down people who came in contact with two family members diagnosed with the virus the two Chinese nationals began showing symptoms while staying at a hotel in New York they were taken to a hospital in new castle where they tested positive for the corona virus now public health officials are trying to trace anyone who had close contact with the pair that's defined as coming within six feet of an infected person for fifteen minutes or more so far these are the only cases of coronavirus reported in the U. K. eighty three Britons who were evacuated from Wuhan yesterday are being kept in quarantine for two weeks for NPR news I'm Vicki Barker in London mounting anxiety over the corona virus triggered heavy stock selling yesterday the Dow for example fell more than two percent Steve Beckner reports so far the economic impact of China's corona virus on the US is largely prospective but as Beijing took stern measures to prevent a pandemic factory in transportation shutdowns broke supply chains spreading fear that the global economy will soon suffer just disease trade tensions were cheering financial markets a medical crisis now threatens international climbers and in turn asset values on Wall Street recent saying of all time highs stocks recovered from a Monday selloff only to fall more steeply on the last day of trading for the week the Dow was off two and a half the S. and P. two and an eighth and the nasdaq one and three quarters percent for NPR news I'm Steve Beckner the Senate impeachment trial of president trump is set to resume Monday with closing arguments no witnesses will be called after the Senate voted against including them is NPR's to mac reports the vote came down to two Republicans who sided with trump's defense senators Lisa mark Caskey and Lamar Alexander Alexander said that the president had committed misconduct but did not believe it warranted removing him from office we're Caskey had a different line of thinking in a statement she said that she did not think there would be a fair trial in the Senate explaining her opposition to additional witnesses she wrote quote I don't believe the continuation of this process will change anything is set for me to admit that as an institution the Congress has failed a final vote on the articles of impeachment is scheduled for Wednesday after president trump delivers his state of the union address this is NPR news live from KQED news I'm Michelle Wiley Santa Clara county public health officials have confirmed of the first case of corona virus in the bay area but stressed that there is no evidence the virus is circulating in the region county health officer Dr Sir Cody says a man returned from Wuhan China on January twenty fourth became ill sought outpatient medical care but otherwise has remained at home our.
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"This week I'm Renee montagne it's looking like Wednesday will be the big day two weeks after senators began proceedings in president trump's impeachment trial trial they're set to vote to convict and remove him from office or a quit joining us is NPR congressional reporter cloudy occur solace morning Claudia good morning now a lot of people expected this might be over by now but yesterday was still pretty action packed so walk us through what happened yes it was very action packed we saw a key swing Republican vote Lisa Makowski of Alaska's say she would join Republicans to help block Democrats from calling witnesses like former national security adviser John Bolton to testify to that move the chamber to consider this last phase of the trial Republicans largely wanted to rush to an acquittal even if it meant going to two AM three AM this morning but minority leader Chuck Schumer wanted more time let's take a listen we have stood for one thing we do not want this rush through we do not want it in the dark of night members have an obligation to tell the American people and to tell the people of their states why they are voting so then what happens between now and Wednesday this resolution approved by the chamber last night sets out those terms under that plan the legal teams can present their final arguments starting Monday morning at eleven AM and that could last for four hours that would be equally divided between the house impeachment managers and the president's defense team at the conclusion of these final arguments the impeachment trial will resume Wednesday afternoon at four PM when the Senate will take this from attic vote on whether to remove or quit this president and we should note that the end of this trial will overlap to major events next week on Monday democratic presidential candidates will be in Iowa and we know at least four members of the Senate are still running for president so that's a tricky situation for them and then of course on Tuesday evening president trump is slated to deliver his state of the union address so plenty of action ahead in the next few days and just going back to last night's vote for a moment about witnesses there was news even as senators were announcing which way they plan to vote right right this question of witnesses loomed over this entire process with Democrats get at least four Republican senators on their side do you hear from witnesses like John Bolton and others about president trump's conversation with Ukraine's leader instead a simple majority of Republicans successfully thwarted the suffer for example retiring senator Lamar Alexander of Tennessee didn't see a need let's take a listen to what he recently told NPR I don't need to hear anymore evidence to decide that the president did what he's charged with doing so if you've got eight witnesses saying that you left the scene of an accident you don't need not as we know trump is denied there was anything wrong with this call he had with Ukraine's leader last summer and we imagine he's very much looking forward to is expected acquittal come Wednesday that's and here's congressional reporter cloudy of course Alice thanks very much Claudia thanks for having me and there are very few confirmed cases of corona virus in the US right now still the White House has declared a public health emergency that means travel to and from China is being sharply restricted American citizens are being told to avoid going there are those who are returning to the state might end up in quarantine and non citizens who recently visited China it will not be allowed to enter the U. S. NPR science correspondent Richard Harris is with us welcome good morning Rene thank you so growing numbers of cases of this corona virus around the world that's we know not many deaths especially when you compare it to the annual flu but bring us up to date on the latest right there now something like ten thousand reported cases and every time you turn around that number grows up Moster in China but the disease has popped up sporadically in more than a dozen countries now the United States we have seven reported cases as a result of all these developments both the World Health Organization and now the US government have declared these public health emergency so what exactly does that mean well first and foremost the US government is adding a significant travel restriction for people attempting to return from China health and Human Services secretary Alex ETS are announced those restrictions at a White House briefing yesterday any US citizen returning to the United States who has been in who they province in the previous fourteen days will be subject to up to fourteen days of mandatory quarantine Americans are permanent residents and their immediate families who are returning from other parts of China will be screen carefully it one of seven airports and monitored closely for fourteen days and most of the travel of non Americans coming from trying to will be just ban also in you remember those hundred and ninety five people who were turned on a charter flight from Wuhan earlier this week well they are now in official quarantine in a military base in riverside county California and corn can is a big word it sounds like an extreme stuff how often does the government impose that well the federal government hasn't and post a quarantine for like fifty years that was back in the days when they were trying to put in into small pox local health officials have the power to quarantine and they have used it on a small scale but this is a big step for the federal government should mention that other nations including France and the UK and Australia have been quarantine their citizens returning from these coronavirus hotspots okay but why use quarantines when we've had just seven cases so far in the United States and public health officials keep telling us that the general public is not at risk this is the really only chance we have to nip this epidemic in the bud it once it gets a foothold outside of China there's really no telling how big it will become so thus far it seems to be much less deadly than other nasty viruses like sars and a bowl of but you know it does spread through the air and we already get enough grief from the annual flu which typically kills tens of thousands of Americans every year nobody wants a second disease like that to take hold so you just said that that this virus spreads through the air but how easy is that to do I mean what a health officials say about how vulnerable people are the short answer is they say we don't know enough with sars noble those viruses don't spread unless the person who has them is actually showing symptoms and you know that made it easier to identify people at risk for spreading the virus Dr Anthony Fauci at the national institutes of health and we are just now learning about the situation for the new corona virus it was not clear whether in a symptomatic person could transmit it to someone while they were a symptomatic now we know from a recent report from Germany that that is absolutely the case so that potentially makes it a lot harder to bottle up thought she also said the test the CDC has developed to diagnose people with this disease isn't a hundred percent effective were reliable so that's another factor that led health officials to push for more aggressive measures such as this quarantine and it Richard you have any idea of how long these measures will be in effect I don't know why don't they say it's temporary but it looks like the situation is likely to get worse before it gets that's NPR science correspondent Richard Harris thanks very much anytime late last night thousands of people poured into parliament square in London to count down to brass after decades of economic.
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"Scott Simon is away I'm Renee montagne on this vote the yeas are two hundred and twenty nine the nays are one ninety eight present is one article two as a doctor on December eighteenth twenty nineteen the house of representatives approved two articles of impeachment against president Donald Trump one for abuse of power and the second for obstruction of Congress more than a month later the Senate impeachment trial began their day here you you here today all persons are commanded to keep silent on pain of imprisonment Wallace senator United States sitting for the trial of the articles of impeachment each side the house impeachment managers and the president's defense team had up to twenty four hours over three days to make their case democratic representative Adam Schiff open the arguments president trump has acted in a manner grossly incompatible with self governance his conduct has violated his oath of office and his constitutional duty to faithfully execute the law president trump's defense lawyers then got their shot beginning with White House counsel Pat sebelum they're asking you to tear up all of the ballots across this country on your own initiative take that decision away from the American people after sitting silently for more than a week senators then got to ask questions in writing to be read aloud by Chief Justice John Roberts as a matter of law does it matter if there was a quid pro quo is it true that quid pro quos are often used in foreign policy yesterday senators wrangled over the question of calling new witnesses in introducing new documents Democrats argued in favor is this a fair trial without the ability to call witnesses and produce documents the answer is clearly and unequivocally no trumps team only used a sliver of their time to push back I could stand here for a long time I'm not gonna do that I'm just gonna say this they created the record do not allow them to penalize the country and the constitution because it they failed to do their job in the end senators ultimately voted against the measure the gays are forty nine the nays are fifty one the motion is not agreed to later Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced the final vote on impeachment will be held next Wednesday and your senior Washington editor and correspondent Ron Elving is with us now good morning Ron good morning Rene and the new normal you must've been up most much of the night it wasn't that bad the Senate finished at about eight o'clock a lately this week we would call that bankers hours yeah that's right it's a big week it coming up Iowa caucuses on Monday state of the union address on Tuesday and then the vote on the articles of impeachment on Wednesday so let's start at the end with the impeachment vote where did the things stand now the Senate is taking the weekend off and the rest of the country is too I believe there's a football game of some kind on Sunday pretty big one looking forward to that then the trial resumes on Monday for four hours of closing arguments after which and this is really what changed last night individual senators may make speeches explaining themselves explaining their thinking and their votes of those speeches will happen on Monday and Tuesday and up until four o'clock on Wednesday when all debate will end and the final vote will happen now those features are not really part of the trial per se they're just senators getting a chance to express themselves after having sat quietly for a couple of weeks and at that time that final vote will require not just a simple majority but a two thirds majority in other words sixty seven votes which would require twenty Republicans to cross the aisle so no one expects that to happen well let's talk about that fifty one to forty nine vote yesterday against the Democrats request to call in additional witnesses and bring in documents you know why couldn't they get more Republicans to cross the aisle there was a great deal of pressure brought to bear both from the leadership and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell runs a very tight ship and from the White House obviously the president's team didn't want John Bolton for example the former national security adviser whose book manuscript has been so much in the news this week to be testifying in this trial testifying on TV it was too much of a potential game changer and the prospect of additional witnesses at all meant the trial would last well into February so it was close on the issue of witnesses because remember that needed only a simple majority not two thirds fifty one votes meant the Republicans only had three votes to spare they did lose to Susan Collins of Maine and Mitt Romney of Utah two other Republicans who could have turned the tide turned the other way instead and opposed hearing from witnesses they were Lamar Alexander of Tennessee and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and which of those two have to say about that quite different explanations really Murkowski said she was just very disappointed with the whole process she thought it'd been way too partisan from the start and you just wanted it to end Alexander in this is quite interesting Lamar Alexander's retiring after this year is not running again so many thought he would feel like a free agent in the end he said he didn't need to hear more witnesses because he was convinced the president did the things he's being accused of he just didn't think those things are serious enough to warrant his removal from office so guilty of something but not guilty of something grave enough for the ultimate punishment well the state of the union address Tuesday night a White House official said the final vote on the articles of impeachment won't interfere with that address but will the address interfere with the vote at all it's hard to imagine it would there do not seem to be a lot of minds that are not made up and look the White House is this is going to be a another state of the union the style the previous ones that have been delivered by president trump and those have been distinguished by how little there like the usual speeches by president trump in this high ceremonial setting he has stuck to the presidential tone and to the teleprompter script and if I could just recall for a moment this is going to be deja vu moment in a way because president Bill Clinton in the midst of his impeachment trial back in nineteen ninety nine gave a state of the union speech and never mentioned the fact that he was being tried on impeachment charges in the Senate at the same time so do we expect from our this president to mention that we don't know and it's possible that he will it would certainly be characteristic of him to tear into some of his critics but on the other hand in the past and in the indications that we've been getting lately from the White House he's not he's not planning on that and they are apparently trying to talk him out of it if he is thinking about doing it okay the Iowa caucuses waiting for months and months for them to finally happen the candidates are probably at Penn cake practices as we speak absolutely you know those pancakes are among the tests that we impose on our perspective president it's not in the constitution but the it does happen these senators although at this point that I think would have to say they were sincerely grateful to be eating pancakes in Iowa just to be out of Washington talking to Iowans again and not sitting in the Senate chamber listening to more hours of presentations from lawyers that is NPR's Ron Elving thanks very much thank you Rene and a.
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"Keeping it off for good learn more at noon N. O. O. M. dot com this is weekend edition from NPR news I'm Renee montagne and on now to the week's news while many of you may have been enjoying your fourth of July I certainly was certain lawyers at the department of justice did not instead they were working trying to figure out how to get the citizenship question on the twenty twenty census in a way that would satisfy the Supreme Court and president trump plus in Iowa this week following her strong performance at the first democratic debate senator comma Harris did a little backtracking joining me now to talk about the week's news is in here senior editor and correspondent Ron Elving welcome good morning Rene first at that citizenship question in just a matter of days it's been on it's been off now the president says he wants it on again what what's going on there the Supreme Court said last month you could habit but only with good justification and the Supreme Court has ruled before that the census is supposed to count everyone and not just citizens as it has always then the president said yesterday he had four five ways that he could get this question back on but executive orders which were one of the ways he mentioned do not supersede court orders so the president is still going to have to have something that pleases the court and yesterday a federal judge in Maryland ordered further discovery in this case meeting people from commerce and the justice department are going to have to answer questions about this question where it came from and yesterday in court the lawyers for the administration admitted that at this point they don't know what to say the president has also been tweeting about another big story the conditions at the border patrol detention centers yesterday he said many of the migrants held there were and I'm quoting living far better now than they were where they came from and in safer conditions I mean that's not what a report from the department of homeland security's own office of inspector general said this week it it that report warned about dangerous overcrowding and prolonged detention without food or hygiene or laundry facilities very big difference that's right and in this informal conversations that the president had with reporters as he was leaving for his golf club he said that he had personally seen detention centers and that they were beautifully run of clean and so forth he may have seen some centers and he has been down to the region but he has not seen the ones that were described by that in turn that inspector general report that you mentioned and this looks like another case of the president essentially telling people to believe what he says and not the evidence of their own office well let's switch now to the the twenty twenty presidential race senator Kamilla Harris has been trying to keep her momentum going after she confronted vice president Joe Biden over his opposition back in the nineteen seventies to mandatory school busing but then just a couple of days ago she answered a question about her support for mandatory school busing and it sounded a lot like Biden's position the very one she criticized him for you know Renee this was the week Kamel Harris found out what happens when a candidate breaks out in a debate and gets in the face of the front runner you hit a bump in the polls but it comes with a lot of attention much of it critical and people take a longer look at your own positions on say passing and other issues as well and we also saw headlines about how she and her husband made their money we see folks on Twitter questioning racial origins which by the way caused her rival candidates to rally around in her defense including Joe Biden and what about your body and he's trying to recover ground lost in those debates he's been doing television interviews and trying to talk about his sort of multi part position on busing over the years and talk about his endorsements from African Americans who are local and state officials in key states it's very early the field is shifting and buying can ridership in time for the debates at the end of this month you'll still be the one the other candidates are coming after in the our senior editor and correspondent Ron Elving thanks for joining us thank you powerful yes compelling absolutely the US women's soccer team has captured headlines heart and stirred up controversy as they've played their way to the women's World Cup final the face the Netherlands in Leon tomorrow the pressure is really on Brian a scurry is someone who understands what that feels like she's a former goalie for the US team and she's with us to talk about it welcome thank you how are you I'm pretty good thank you you must be stuck like glue on this but you know we are here for you played in three world cups including one of the winds for the U. S. teams in a nineteen ninety nine how would you describe what it's like to be out there on that field in that final game it's exhilarating to be honest with you and it's really interesting for me to watch on TV because on the game days I feel similar to how he's to feel when I played just because I've really still feel a kinship in a connection to the current team even though it's been many years since I played but I feel we are all connected and inspired by with each other well what are your thoughts on this current team they are really having to deal with so many things off the pitch that normally a lot of teams wouldn't be able to deal with one there reigning champions of course the target is always going to be enormous on your back if you're reigning champion they had to play the host country France in the quarterfinals and you know we're able to fight against you know forty five thousand French fans and and still win the game they've had some controversy regarding their goal celebrations and whether they're celebrating too much or not enough it's been a lot of adversity off the pitch which it seems to me to have only fueled their fire on the pitch so it's actually come to be something of an advantage if you will because when you have outside forces sometimes crashing against you as a team it brings you closer to one another and a lot of times you feel like it's you against the world and I think that's really how they're playing right now one thing that has come up is that two other soccer tournaments are scheduled the same day as the women's World Cup final both our men's championships the Copa America and the CONCACAF gold Cup and one of the stars for the US women's team Megan Rapinoe has called this and I'm quoting ridiculous and disappointing and a distraction what is your take on that I couldn't be more in alignment with the ridiculousness of this when the men's World Cup is going on FIFA does not schedule anything other than the men's World Cup there's nothing else happening and the fact that these tournaments that are going on right now in the different areas of the world our chief of sanctioned tournaments and so there's some planning that went into putting two finals on the exact same date as the women's World Cup and it's almost a little bit of a slap in the face yeah and the idea is that you know thanks a lot.
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