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Fresh update on "nbc" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"23 a neighborhood rattled after Thanksgiving Day shooting. This has a 16 year old who was injured, walking his dog in greenbelt. I just see you the boy ran up here and the mother just asking, Kay, did you get hurt? Are you bleeding? It happened at around 2 p.m. in a neighborhood, not far from Eleanor Roosevelt high school. Green belt police say he has non life threatening injuries, may sons house was shot several times as well. She told our partners at NBC four that she found a bullet launched in her shower. If I were taking a shower at that time, I will definitely be shot by the foot. Police have not given any details about a suspect. They are investigating whether it was random or targeted attack. Police stepping up drunk driving patrols for the holiday season, our region actually fares better than most when it comes to people making good decisions behind the wheel. When ranked along with states, D.C. has the fewest drunk drivers
The Left's Child-Mutilating Death Cult With Terry Schilling
"Another piece of tape here, NBC's brandy zadrozny blames Matt Walsh and libs of TikTok for the increase in violence against the gay community. So it's somehow Matt's fault and Elon's fault and libs of TikTok and shows like ours fault because we're really concerned that children are going to be medically mutilated and lied to by their teachers and these groomers. Play cut 59. Content moderation is a hard task. What we know is that Twitter and where the bulk of this information is right now because that's where the biggest accounts like Matt Walsh and lives of TikTok again where they sort of post this stuff. What's being done? Well, two days ago, we know that Elon Musk, who owns Twitter now. He just reversed the policy that Twitter did have against targeting and harassment of LGBTQ people against misgendering transgender people. So that narrative continues Terry any other thoughts. Yeah, look, I want to skip to the versions because that's what this is. They are the ones committing violence against transgender people or as I would describe them people with gender dysphoria. We need to hold them accountable for the violence and the destruction that they are inflicting on our brothers and sisters on our children. They are destroying their lives. They are creating sexually destroyed people that won't be able to have families that won't be able to have sexual gratification down the road. These are evil people and that's called projection. They are projecting their own guilt onto us because they know that they are the ones that are destroying our kids. They're the ones that are making these people unhappy. And you know why they're doing it because there's power behind it because there's money behind it. This big pharma companies, these surgeons, they're all on camera now, talking about how much money they're making. They're the evil ones. We're the good ones. Don't relent. We have to keep fighting.
Fresh "NBC" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"WTO P news. It is three 23. Drunk driving a major concern now that the holiday season has arrived. D.C. has the lowest rate of drunk driving in the nation when compared to the 50 states, according to an analysis by Forbes adviser. It looked at rates of drunk driving crashes, DUI arrests, and people killed in drunk driving accidents. Maryland also does well with the 8th lowest rate of drunk driving, Virginia has the 18th lowest rate. Montana has the most drunk drivers followed by Wyoming in Texas. John Aaron WTO P news on Thanksgiving afternoon when many were enjoying time with family, a 16 year old was shot in greenbelt. The teenager was walking his dog when he was shot just after 2 p.m. not far from Eleanor Roosevelt high school. Greenbelt police say the boy had non life threatening injuries, but the shooting is giving pause to neighbors, our partners at NBC four spoke with may son whose house was riddled with bullets after the shooting. I feel so horrified. It never is never happened before. This is the first time. No suspect has been arrested in the shooting and police are investigating whether it was random or targeted. The D.C. center for independent living one of several groups that are suing the district, this after the construction of new bike lanes, they say are dangerous for people who use wheelchairs. The group's alleged that street redesign projects in D.C. that include protected bike lanes violate the Americans with disabilities act. In the lawsuit they say some new bike lanes like those on 17th street northwest, force wheelchair users to risk being hurt by passing bicyclists and drivers when transferring out of their cars into wheelchairs, saying they require people to unload into oncoming lanes of bicycle or vehicular traffic. We have reached out to the district's Department of Transportation for common on the lawsuit. Sets and Miller WTO P news. And taking the metro to dulles international
NBC News Suggests How Voting Machines Can Be Hacked
"I want you folks To go to at YouTube the ease of hacking voting machines I am not saying voting machines have been hacked I am not putting out any hypothesis That's not my purpose here My purpose is to expose the Democrat party in the Democrat party media It's from three years ago I want you to take a look at it how hackers can target voting machines NBC News three years ago Go to YouTube the ease of hacking voting machine I don't know how easy it is I don't know how hard it is I don't even know if it's possible but NBC News did an entire segment on this almost 5 minutes 5 minutes Dominion might want to sue them by the way 5 minutes How hackers can target voting machines NBC News
Fresh update on "nbc" discussed on Bloomberg Best
"Global news update former president Donald Trump is facing criticism after hosting rapper Kanye West and white nationalist Nick Fuentes at his Mar-a-Lago resort this week, NBC's Kelly O'Donnell reports, he has since tried to distance himself a bit from the controversial figures. That is not good enough for Trump friend, David Friedman, who served as ambassador to Israel. You are better than this, even a social visit from an anti semite like Kanye West and human scum like Nick Fuentes is unacceptable. Trump described the dinner as quick and uneventful, and millions of Americans are doing their holiday shopping this weekend. Adobe analytics says a record $9.1 billion was spent online for Black Friday alone. That doesn't include all the shoppers who flocked to the malls, the record comes despite inflation being on the minds of many consumers, analysts say people are returning to stores across the U.S. in large numbers. I'm Jim Forbes. This is Bloomberg best on Bloomberg radio. I'm Ed Baxter. And I'm Denise Pellegrini. With this special edition of Bloomberg best, from the Bloomberg new economy forum, in Singapore. Now Denise, of course, one of the big topics at the forum inflation, the end of easy money and policy making for an inflationary era
CNN Bans On-Air Drinking During New Year's Eve Broadcasts
"Again, one of those shows that not exactly what you signed up for, but it's Monday and that's the way it is. Also on CNN, I watched the history of sitcoms. The other night oh, by the way, big news. The head of CNN. Chris licked, my told you is going to do great things at that network. He's still making sweeping changes. You know, he got rid of Brian stelter as we know, the guy who also the guy who was jerking off during the Zoom call, Jeffrey too, but he's gone. He took Don lemon's prime time shell away, and now he's really changing things. It was announced that there will be no more drinking alcohol during CNN's New Year's Eve broadcast. Doesn't Chris lick no, that was the only reason why any of us tuned in to see Andy Collin lit up with Anderson Cooper who could barely handle a shot. We used to have a drunk Kathy Griffin with a lot of fun people, Don Lennon was loaded, dancing, it's fun. Give him one day a year to be assholes. Well, seen in their assholes, all year long. But you know, one day is not that big. But no, he cut it out. No more alcohol. So I'm watching this show, the sitcom story, you know, no show ever, ever says anything nice about rosemary. You guys know rosemary. I don't think all of you do. You might act like you do, but you don't. Those of you under 40, 45, probably have no clue. Rosemary was great on the Dick Van Dyke show. She was married to Maury Amsterdam on the show. Van Dyke was something you always want. And he'd walk in and trip over the sofa, a little cushion, and it got home and had his Martine. It was one of those shows, whatever. It was easy viewing, you hear the dogs? just as loud. But rosemary at 5 years old, she was offered a 7 year contract and became a radio star at NBC radio network. And then she made a bunch of films. At 5. Could you imagine what her me too stories were about? I mean, she's dead now, but could you imagine the stories she could tell you about running around desks and who was trying to nail her? This is back when women were secretaries and housewives on librarians. I also saw a bunch of stuff how great to watch Ed Asner as Lou grant on the Mary Tyler Moore show, saw a clip where he got all hot and bothered by Mary's friend, wrote a morgen star, remember Valerie Harper house I loved rhoda. Rona was like before Laverne on Laverne and Shirley. Before Laverne defazio, rona Morgan stern was the first girl on a sitcom that, as an Italian kid, or as a city kid, you'd go, I mean, I grew up a Long Island, but I still had a little bit of Brooklyn in me. You see that girl and you go, oh yeah, that's my cousins. That's our Friends. I know wrote a Morgan stern. Jewish or Italian same thing. Laverne de fazio, same thing. I didn't grow up with Cindy's. I grew up with Laverne's. And I grew up with rhoda's not Mary Tyler Moore's. And it was wonderful to see her because then you said, oh my God, there's a chance for all of us to get work. It's a lot similar, it's very similar to what black people felt when suddenly they thought to appear. There are people began to appear in sitcoms. You know, build caused by was huge and I spy and it made them go, oh my God, we can do this. One of our own is there. So I get that. But there's one part where Lou, Lou grant walks around rhoda as she walks into the newsroom. And he goes, you, you're different. I like you. Then he goes behind it, and he says, I like it from back here too. An old Valerie Harper can say is, I think he's about to kick my tie is what a different world. Thinking back when I was a kid, I had no idea that kind of talk bothered women. Because I saw my mother and my sisters laugh at those comments. So how could any of us think that what they were saying was improper? You know what I mean? And then Betty White, they showed Betty White. I know Betty White way older than me, but I can't explain it. I had a crush on him. I remember being a teenager. And thinking, you know what? When I never married, it would be great to be married to a woman like Betty White. Look at that dimple on her left cheek, you can hold a couple water in that dimple. She's so funny. She loves her men. I just felt like Betty's the best. And that was a kid. I was right.
Fresh update on "nbc" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"This is WTO P news. It's 9 21, a teenager is dead after a shooting in southeast D.C. today. Police say the shooting happened this afternoon at the 1600 block of Morris road. The 16 year old boy was taken to a hospital and died from his injuries. D.C. police have arrested a suspect, but did not provide their identity. They believe the shooting was targeted. On Thanksgiving afternoon, when many people were enjoying a big meal with their family. A 16 year old boy was shot in green belt. The teenager was walking his dog when he was shot just after 2 p.m., not far from Eleanor Roosevelt high school. Greenbelt police say the boy had non life threatening injuries, but the shooting is giving pause to neighbors, our partners at NBC four spoke with may son whose house was riddled with bullets after the shooting. I feel so horrified. It never is never happened before. This is the first time. No suspect has been arrested in the shooting and police are investigating whether it was random or targeted. Dozens of people said their final goodbyes to Virginia Maclaurin of D.C. yesterday, who passed away earlier in November at the age of 113. Cheryl Christmas ran a foster parent grandparents program that Maclaurin belonged to. She spoke with our partners at NBC four about McLaren's legacy of unconditional love and good manners. I think when we look at the world today and we look at our children
Al Roker Recovering After Being Hospitalized for Blood Clots in His Leg and Lungs
"Al Roker the NBC Today Show weather anchor says he's recovering after he was hospitalized last week for blood clots Al Roker took to his Instagram on Friday to announce that last week he was in the hospital after blood clots in his leg sent some clots to his lungs The 68 year old said after some medical whack a mole I am so fortunate to be getting terrific medical care and on the way to recovery and he thanked everyone for their well wishes Roker's wife ABC News correspondent Deborah Roberts posted
Fresh update on "nbc" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Rockville gun shop has been robbed. Around 1 o'clock Friday morning, police say a stolen black sedan drove into the entrance of Atlantic guns here on Frederick road in Rockville. 5 or 6 people entered the store, but Montgomery county police don't know how many guns they took before they fled. It's the second time the shop has been targeted this month. Police say in November 19th attempt was unsuccessful. The shop is back open for business, but said it has no comment on the incident. The bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives is helping Montgomery county police with its investigation. In Rockville, Scott gelman, WTO P news, dozens of people saying their final goodbyes to Virginia, Virginia, Maclaurin yesterday. She passed away earlier this month at the age of a 113 Cheryl Christmas. Ran a foster grandparents program that McClure belonged to. She talked to NBC four. I remember her saying
NBC News Suspends Reporter for Retracted Paul Pelosi Story
"News, they suspended a journalist for reporting that there were some new details, and that Paul Pelosi was the one who actually opened the door for the police, but did not try to escape, did not declare an emergency, and actually walked away from the police and walked back to the man they said, was his attacker the man accused of hitting him on the skull with a hammer. Now look, we've been pretty open about this. We don't think anybody deserves to be hit on the head with a hammer. They said he had a fractured skull and these horrific horrific injuries, and yet he was released from the hospital within just a day or two of being admitted. And you wonder, okay, well, I mean, the guys in his 80s and he's got a fractured skull, allegedly, and all of these other injuries allegedly, so why would they let him get out of the hospital so quickly? That didn't make any sense to me. But anyway, that's not part of the reporting here. So now, NBC News is in the process of scrubbing from every one of their websites any information that was reported about Pelosi that they now consider to be, I don't know, inappropriate. They haven't said it's factually inaccurate, and here's the issue. The local NBC station reported this information. There are two different versions of what happened. Now, one version indicates that two police officers opened the door of the home, but the San Francisco district attorney's office reported that it was mister Pelosi who opened the door with his left hand. So it's not like there's some sort of, I mean, they're pretty specific here.
Americans Have Accepted the Unacceptable
"We have plenty of election victories to recognize. We may not be in a celebratory mood, but again, there's a whole lot of finger pointing going on over in the Democrat side as well. Here's the bad news. I think we took the house, but I'm still not sure. The good news is we're NBC is projecting the Republicans flip the house, but the bad news is we still don't know. Which of course means more bad news, once again, we accept the unacceptable. Once more, Americans accept the unacceptable. And when we realize something is corrupt or broken, it's too late. Look at COVID. We accepted the unacceptable. Michiganders let a tyrannical governor tell them what part of The Home Depot they're allowed to shop in. And you accepted it. And you put her back in the office. So she doesn't think she did anything wrong.
Biden on Democrats keeping control of the Senate
"President Biden says he's looking forward to the next session of Congress After Democrats kept control of the Senate and held on to many contested seats in the House Democrats have the 50 votes they need in the Senate and the Georgia runoff election next month could make it 51 President Biden says he's hearing pundits back away from the influence of Donald Trump Donald Trump has done his reveal who the Republican Party is Republican senator Bill Cassidy on NBC's meet the press says Trump's candidates didn't fare that well For not a cult we're not like okay there's one person who leads our party House speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats did better than expected because they focused on helping Americans She was asked if she'll seek the top spot again If Democrats do keep control of the House I'm not making any comments until this election is finished She appeared on ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos Jackie Quinn Washington
Democrats keep Senate majority as GOP push falters in Nevada
"Democrats have been able to keep control of the U.S. Senate but it's still a toss up on whether the House of Representatives will flip from blue to red It's nearly a week since the polls closed and yet a number of close races for congressional seats keep the balance of power undetermined House speaker Nancy Pelosi on ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos says regardless of the outcome Democrats didn't get shoved out as many pundits had predicted because of their message to voters People over politics lower cost bigger paychecks safer communities Republican senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana suggests that Donald Trump was the reason the Senate didn't flip Those who were most closely aligned with the former president did underperformed On NBC's meet the press Cassidy says the two parties have to work together and pass meaningful legislation that helps Americans not politicians Jackie Quinn Washington
GOP eyes midterm wins as Biden warns of threats to democracy
"Candidates appeal to supporters on the final weekend of the 2022 campaign While Democrats currently hold the slimmest of leads in the Senate Florida's Rick Scott who heads the Republican Senate campaign arm is confident of a GOP takeover We have great candidates People are showing up to vote There's no energy on the Democrat side To the house and representative Sean Patrick maloney who heads the Democrats house campaign arm Because our kids have real plans they're going to do better than people think on Tuesday night Maloney also said that while his party is not perfect they are responsible adults who believe in democracy both maloney and Scott appeared on NBC's meet the press I'm Shelley Adler
The Democrat Party Was a Party Built on Violence
"Folks you can't watch MSNBC and CNN You can't read The Washington Post in The New York Times You can't watch NBC ABC and CBS without the constant lies racism violent and vile language the media have a huge role in this And of course the Democrat party always Always Is a party that was built on violence that persisted on violence and still embraces violence Not a word about the riots of 2020 Which destroyed cities Which literally left people dead Which harmed police officers changed the way we police in this country They consequences are felt every single minute of every day particularly in our metropolitan areas And we have to listen to a man who heads that party who doesn't say a syllable about it and won't Not a word Not a word
Steve Kornacki: The Advantages Republicans Have Going Into Next Week
"NBC's Steve kornacki laid out all the advantages Republicans seem to be having going into the midterm election next week. This is new from Gallup. They ask folks the issues they consider the most important, very important. And you see the economy tops an abortion second crime, gun policy immigration. Then you ask folks who say these are the most important issues to them, how they intend to vote. And I think this is interesting too, because look at this on all but one of these topics, Republicans have an advantage. And on three of them, the economy crime, immigration, Republicans have massive advantages over Democrats. So when you look at this issue set, you look at how these voters are breaking along these issues, you see what looks like a significant Republican advantage, but again, you go back to that generic ballot, and this is not right now looking like a runaway in the polls for Republicans. No, I don't think it's a runaway, but it may be. We're going to wait and see.
Steve Gill: Where Is the Body Cam Footage From Pelosi Home Attack?
"Narrative that's coming out of San Francisco. What I find shocking is that there was actually some real journalism being done, and then all of a sudden somebody made the call, NBC retracts all of their reporting, the local Fox TV station, they retract all of their reporting and then the police just don't want us to believe the 9-1-1 call were clearly a third person was there in the building. Well, the door magically opened itself kind of like, you know, the Adams family, the door just opens itself while the two participants are clutching a hammer across the room. I want to see the, I mean, I'm sure that the San Francisco police department, even if they have defunded the police, still have their body cams. Where is the body cam footage? That will tell us everything we need to know. We don't need to ask questions. We just need to watch the videos. Let's go to the video. And honestly, the other weird thing about this is that now the police are telling us, well, we were there, and all of a sudden that's when the guy started hitting mister Pelosi with the hammer, you would think, why would the police not just rush right in and stop the guy? That made no sense to me. And why is the broken glass from the break in outside the house instead of inside the house? It's a great question. I mean, these are important questions. And Steve, look, again, and we share this in the first hour. We don't think anybody deserves to get hit over the head with a hammer. And what they were doing inside the privacy of the Pelosi mansion that's between them and Nancy, but it's how the Democrats are using this narrative to somehow accuse they want people to believe that this guy is some sort of a right-wing maga guy. It's just ludicrous. Well,
Tiffany Cross Dismisses Minorities Who Are Conservatives
"Now according to numbers provided by the national Republican congressional committee 80 of the Republican incumbents in candidates on the ballot next month are women 33 or Latino 28 are black 13 are Asian Asian American and three are Native Americans It wasn't that long ago when the Republican Party was criticized for not running enough minorities Now they're working their asses off to identify minorities who are conservatives or Republicans or who will switch from Democrat to Republican as conservative But Tiffany cross doesn't care What's the big deal Go ahead Do not always equate two voices of color And as our own NBC Scott Wong points out in his great reporting the leadership will still be almost entirely composed of white men So the leadership will still be almost entirely composed of white men So this is very interesting to me Why It's interesting to me because on the one hand she the back of her hand dismisses all the minorities attracted to the Republican Party now who are running for office in the Republican Party But they don't have a leadership in the Republican Party How many blacks are leaders in the democratic Senate How many None But if 90 95% of the black population votes Democrat Shouldn't it be significantly more than none When you think so ladies and
Dasha Burns: Fetterman Campaign Claims Victory in Debate Exchanges
"If John fetterman had an R behind his name, all you'd be hearing right now is the absolute catastrophe of a debate last night. Now, remember dasha burns the NBC reporter who a couple of weeks ago, dared to point out that fetterman has some major problems communicating and understanding communications? A fellow reporters went after her. Oh, he does just fine. He's fine. And nothing wrong with him. How dare you, dasha burns? Well, they got to her. Listen to the way she reported on the disastrous debate performance of John fetterman. This is this morning on NBC's Today Show. And Savannah is speaking to media after the debate, the fetterman spokesperson said the campaign was thrilled with his performance saying he won, quote, countless, exchanges against Oz, and we asked the Oscars. I mean, I got to stop it right there. Thrilled with his performance and he won countless exchanges with Oz, that would be exactly like me, Shane, ladies and gentlemen, up is down and down is up. 'cause there wasn't a single exchange that even in the, in your wildest imagination, you could say fetterman won.
Are Things Looking Too Good for Republicans in November?
"It's really looking good for the GOP for the midterm elections. Almost too good. Do you get a little nervous sometimes when things just appear to be fantastic? And you're thinking, is this going to happen? Is this truly happening? Of course, we talk a lot about polls. I don't trust them. I don't think you trust them. But when you have poll after poll, whether it be ABC's ipsus poll or the NBC poll or whatever, when you have them consistently coming up with some of the same results, then you have to kind of pause and think, well, maybe they're maybe they're right. And that's sort of the situation we're in today. As we see across the nation, races that just a few weeks ago would not even be in contention, or starting to be close. Now, let me preface that by saying we still have to vote. You got to show up, and I know my buddy Mike Gallagher encourages you to do that daily. We have to vote.
'The Rock' Makes Studio Heads a Lot of Money
"His eye up in the air. His eyebrow up in here, I should say and say, do you smell what AJ is cooking? I know it's corny, but that's what people did back then. It's just thinking about it makes me cringe, but we did it. Get The Rock. He's so popular. I know him in the minority. Because these films he makes make studios a lot of money. You know, people by houses on these films is a great example of this when Jerry Weintraub, one of the greatest guys you could ever meet, I mean, he's gone now. He's a great producer, a very good actor, too, not for nothing. Produced a Karate Kid, all the oceans, 11s movies. I mean, he's produced a ton of shit. But when he saw kids imitating Ralph Macchio doing that crane pose, he grabbed him and said, we're going to make a bunch of these movies, kid. And then years go by, Jerry's at the end of his life, and he sees Ralph at a restaurant. And he introduces Ralph to a bunch of his friends. He goes, this is Ralph Macchio. He bought me three houses. Yeah, because movies make a lot of money and studio heads make a fortune. So The Rock is making a fortune for studio heads, but it doesn't mean it's good cooking. I mean, rampage. The movie where he plays a scientist who must stop an albino ape that is exploded in size whose devouring Chicago, that made almost half a billion. In 2018, and then later that summer, he does skyscraper, he battles this burning luxury high rise. That made over 300 million, even Hercules as shitty as it was made 250 mil back in 2014. Who are these people rushing out to see these films? Actually, I did take the kids to see skyscraper, but we laughed through it because it was so fake. I also wanted to see Alexandra Daddario because I'd never seen her with that amazing rack she has in a movie before and it was on full display. So some of those millions are for her. But then somebody pointed out to me that, I don't know, NBC has a show and it's third season called young rock. I've never heard of this show. It's all about how little Dwayne Johnson grew up to become The Rock. What is this ever happened? Somebody still alive having their very own origin prequel series? I feel like someone's pulling a joke on me. Because whenever I see him in a movie, his acting is no different than when he was breaking a chair over the back of Triple H I mean, really. I've never seen him stretch himself beyond that. Any who? And I hate when people say any who, but that just did it. Leads me to a conversation or rather a question posed to me by a listener and a friend Adam marsh. Adam is a guy who love my writing. I hate saying love. He liked my writing a lot. He's younger than I am. I don't even know how old he is. He's probably 40 something. I'm 60. And he reached out to me. Back in the AOL days. You know, I'd love to meet with you and talk about writing and I'd love to get some, you know, you know, just tips or whatever the hell it was. He just wanted to know more about writing. It was like, I want to say like 1998, maybe, 99, whatever it was. So I met the kid at a place called Franks in Burbank, one of those places you walk into the daytime, people at the bar drinking, smoking cigarettes, and in the back, you can have a steak. Those places are gone. It was a very Tarantino like spot to make a movie, Frank's the all those places have gone in LA. It's a shame in New York too. You just, you got those people who just sit at the bar and God knows what they're thinking about, you know? The people you hoped when you were younger you'd never become. Like, what is he doing here at 1 o'clock in the afternoon having a double bourbon and smoking a cigarette? What the fuck went wrong with his life? But there we were and, you know, Adam and I struck up a friendship and we did some things together, he's actually a tremendous writer, wrote a couple of movies, not big movies, but movies, and, you know, we put together a graphic novel about my life that he thought would be great and he led the way because I don't know about graphic novels. He's more of a comic book guy, not a nerd at all. I mean, his father was a tough ass motherfucking hells angel, whatever. I mean, his father was a kick ass dude. You know, he saw his father beat dudes up in bars and shit. He comes from a tough background, but you know, comics were his thing. He knows about that, especially graphic novels. So he wanted to turn my life into a graphic novel. And we wrote this thing called sanctus CDs. Never went anywhere, but I was amazed at how good he was at it. And we're right now working on something together again, it's too early to talk about it, but hopefully with his ability and my ability, we can turn it into something. So he texts me, this is the guy I always tell you about, he'll always
Russians refusing to fight in Ukraine flee country, long for home - NBC News
"Russia claims Ukraine is preparing a provocation involving a radioactive device Defense minister Sergei shoigu made the allegation and phone call Sunday with his counterparts from the U.S. Britain France and turkey The televised address Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky says the allegation can only mean Moscow has already prepared its own escalatory step and he says the international community must make Moscow understand the world will not swallow it Meantime Russian installed officials report building defensive positions in occupied areas of Ukraine and border regions reflecting fears of a Ukrainian attack along new sections of the 620 mile front line while the Ukrainian military claims Russian officers have withdrawn from the area leaving newly mobilized inexperienced forces to defend it I'm Ben Thomas
Cheney: Jan. 6 panel won't take live TV testimony from Trump
"The House committee investigating the January 6th attack is indicating it won't consider letting Donald Trump testify live on television but the direct role that congressional investigators say he played in trying to overturn the 2020 election I'm Ben Thomas with the latest The house January 6th committee issued a subpoena for Trump's testimony last week and vice chair Liz Cheney tells NBC's meet the press he has a legal obligation to comply Under oath it may take multiple days and it will be done with a level of rigor and discipline and seriousness that it deserves Trump has reportedly told associates he might consider testifying if it's done on live TV Cheney says that's not happening He's not going to turn this into a circus This isn't going to be his first debate against Joe Biden and the circus and the food fight that that became This is far too serious set of issues Cheney says the committee will take action if Trump doesn't comply Ben Thomas Washington
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"Just our performance has gone steadily up and we've been able to improve the equipment and now here we are. In my opinion, every week we've been on a super speedway. We've been on a road course. We've been on dirt track and now 1.3 mile and every one of these we had a chance to win. And so I'm just so grateful for the chance. It's a lot of fun to be honest. This ride. When's the next race? Shinola. So we're going to skip Charlotte. We had it on our original schedule to go to Charlotte, but Chris and I chatted and Don, everyone and we looked at sort of the timing between the two. And this is us making choices with our resources. We could definitely go to Charlotte, but to have the best truck for Sonoma. It's just the timing doesn't work for us. So we'll skip the next couple and then we'll be at Sonoma, which I'd love to have the reps driving wise, but I understand for our team you it makes the most sense to just focus ahead of the place we know we can go in, which would be awesome. Hey, wine country. That's cool. Yeah. Yeah, so I'll be the family to come out. We'll do, I think we'll end up doing 12 race, 13 races this year, which is pretty cool. I got to do that Xfinity race, the 35, which was awesome for the first time in my career. I've actually been getting calls, which is cool, inquiring about my services, which is nice. So I was wondering, I mean, you did that race at Kansas last year. Did that. Nothing from that world yet. But you know, one of the series that's been hardest for me to drive in pride in the last 8 years has been Xfinity. And I've wanted to drive those cars really badly. It's just been almost impossible to get an opportunity for every reason, you know, I got this call from the 35 right before coda, and I just said yes, sure. Let's do it. I didn't even ask any questions. I was like, yeah, whatever, let's go. I was like, I'm already there. Let's do it for road course. How bad could it be? And it was awesome. They did a great job. Emerald gay motor sports. And we had a really solid day and boring some breaks, a little better breaking package. We probably could have finished the top 5 that day. And for every reason, I think that just plus how well we're running in the truck, things, the tide changes at times, and you start to people start to take notice of what you're doing. And I've been able to actually get some increase, which is cool. That's very cool. And you've actually gained enough of a fan base that you now have at Twitter follower who asks you a question every day. Do you want me to ask a while this guy? Do you know who this is? I don't know, but he's in our Discord. He's a Twitter he's awesome. He won't be to ask you if you're a 90s cartoon evil villain, where would you be based? I think that's kind of a weird question though. 90s cartoon evil villain. I mean, what even villain isn't based on a Silicon Valley in the last 30 years. So it had to be Silicon Valley. All right, perfect. Again, C Parker Kligerman race in Sonoma right nearby. Parker, thanks for being here and ask our NBC podcast. I appreciate it. Yeah, thanks for having me. This was fun. I hope we dive deep into this topic. And really unravel them for everyone. We dive very deep. As we always do with you. Thanks again for being here. We appreciate Parker Kligerman again for joining us on the NASCAR NBC podcast. Thanks to NASCAR NBC producers Emily convoy and Erin feldstein for lining up Parker as our guest. A reminder that we also taped this podcast on camera ahead of NASCAR America motor mouths in our NBC sports Charlotte studio. Motormouth airs Mondays and Wednesdays at 6 p.m. eastern on peacock. And all the motor mounts episodes and clips are on the motor sports on NBC YouTube channel. You also can find lots more great content and highlights daily, as well as the on camera version of this podcast. So make sure you visit and subscribe.
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"Me, I feel like I knew where we lacked and we've worked on that and now there's other areas that we're working on. So last year was kind of like it was just all happening as it happened. And note with no practice and not really knowing what to expect, you went in those weekends, wanting to try some stuff, but no one like, hey, our stuff right now is pretty good. So now we're, I think, more open to trying new stuff to try to make ourselves better for when we get to the playoffs. All right, well, we certainly are looking forward to watching you know you're locked in the playoffs Dover coming up next a lot to come the 2022 season. You can catch him on every Xfinity race weekend, but a lot of Cup race weekends as well. And you can also catch him here on NASCAR America, hopefully a few more times this year, AJ. Thanks so much for being a guest. Really enjoyed this. Thank you, man. Our thanks again to AJ Alma dinger for joining us for the first time on the post race edition of the NASCAR NBC podcast. We've had AJ before as a regular guest, but this was the first time we've had him on as a post race analyst for one of these episodes and it was a real treat. Always great to have an active driver join us to analyze what happened in the cup and Xfinity series races at Talladega super speedway last weekend. So thanks again to AJ for coming down to the NBC sports Charlotte studio a little bit early before he did NASCAR America motor mounts really, really appreciate it. Thanks as well to NASCAR and NBC producers Emily convoy and Aaron feldstein for lining up AJ as our guest and a reminder that we also taped this podcast on camera ahead of NASCAR America motor mouths in our NBC sports Charlotte studio. Motormouth airs Mondays and Wednesdays at 6 p.m. eastern on peacock and all the motor routes episodes and clips are on the motor sports on NBC YouTube channel. You can also find lots more great content and highlights daily as well as the on camera version of this podcast. So make sure.
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"For the four spots at phoenix. So how'd you size up what's to come Denny hamlin and kyle. Larson is what i size up when i look at the We can talk about. I know kyle busch has been very good at the tracks coming up Recently but i think as if you put cow larson has been the best on these mile and a half in in my mind Even though at las vegas Once he got back in the pack they weren't able to recover. I think they had a terrible strategy there. I think they probably learned from that. And they'll be better with their driver but and has just been fantastic in these playoffs. I mean you know. We all sat and wondered. Why can't win these races in those first twenty six. But he's put himself in position. And i i believe there too. They're going to battle it out. I believe when we get to phoenix. And you know it's a it's a matter of who else is going to jump in there. You know who are going to be those other two. I really believe that the. I'm pretty sure. That larson and danny are probably going win. one of these three racists each so that's gonna leave one other for somebody to win and it might not even be a playoff driver the way this thing's going but you know who who's going to gather enough point who can do that. I i think if you look at it you have to believe i think ryan blaney is going to surprise a lot of people. I think that he could win. One of these next two races. I know martinsville's not his best shot. But i think that One of these next mile and a half. He's the penske driver that i look at and say it could possibly win one next to definitely somebody keep an eye on. I agree with you larsen and hamlin. I mean races. They've got four victories. Certainly feels like we'll see them get victory lane and also we'll be keeping an eye of course on chase elliott and kevin harvick see. What's the come there. Dj always a pleasure on nascar nbc. Podcast thanks for joining the sanctions are thanks again to dale jarrett for joining us on the nascar on nbc. Podcast always appreciate dj's insight and time another great episode with the nascar hall of famer. Thanks as always nascar. Nbc producers ryan burke. Emily convoy and aaron feldstein for opening coordinate the guests and the recording of the nascar. Nbc podcast the nascar nbc. Podcasts available wherever you download podcasts. Please leave us a rating and review to help spread the word and you can also catch the video version of the nascar. Nbc podcast that we tape at the nascar. America motormouth studios in charlotte. That's on the motor sports on. Nbc youtube page and any feedback that you have on the nascar nbc podcasts. You can send me on. Twitter at nate ryan is my handle. Thanks again for listening to the nascar nbc podcast..
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"September fourth claiming. Murdoch instructed sixty one year old curtis smith to kill him a lot to ensure murdoch's sun could collect on a ten million dollar insurance claim after his death at his bond hearing prosecutors argued. Murdoch was a flight risk with significant means. Who should be tracked by. Gps suffering actually more concerned or the judge ruled murdoch could return to rehab on a twenty thousand dollar bond without gps this after murdoch's lawyers. Again detailed their clients life dismantled by opioid abuse and the pain of grieving. A wife and son brutally murdered that detail causing murdoch to shed tears at the table for murdoch. It's the latest in a chain of devastating events with several investigations and civil litigation pending including the murder of his wife and son possibly misappropriating millions from the family. Law firm and a thousand eighteen death of the murdoch's longtime housekeeper who allegedly fell at the murdoch home. Tonight murdoch is headed back to rehab but his legal woes are likely far from over katie beck. Nbc news and in another deepening mystery. New body cam shows a missing twenty two year old woman weeks before she vanished on a cross country trip with her fiance. The video shows a distraught. Gabby petito telling utah officers. She and fiance. Brian laundry had been fighting that morning. A witness said reported. The two had been arguing but tito's family lost contact with her in late. August laundry has been named. A person of interest is attorney. Says he's been advised not to speak on the matter now. The record migrant surge and another baby and toddler found abandoned at the border. Just as the texas governor tonight is demanding. President biden shutdown border crossings. Nbc's julia ainsley has more. The image is heartbreaking to children abandoned at the. Us border a two year old girl from honduras and her three month. Old baby brother spotted by border patrol agents along the rio grande river. The three month dole was still in his baby car seat. A simple colour coauthor and we're able to rescue his children. It's just the latest instance of children abandoned during the record migrant surge like these two young ecuadorian girls thrown over a fourteen foot high border wall and the ten year old nicaraguan boy found by agents walking alone and crying and the rio grande valley. It is very taxing on on us as agents to constantly see stuff like this happening. The incident comes as border patrol reveals in august for a second straight month. They encountered more than two hundred thousand migrants trying to cross the southern border. That's a twenty one year high though. The total has dipped slightly from last month earlier this summer. We saw agents trying to keep up with the massive numbers just at this one bridge along the rio grande. Why do think that what we're dealing with is much different.
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"New government. The protests began thursday in the city of harare but spreads to the capital this weekend. Women's speaking up for themselves and for their daughters came outside to talk with taliban and to hell women's who didn't come to go to work go to school and want to be the voice of them. Taliban leaders say they respect women will let them work go to school and won't force them to wear the burqa but no place for them. In senior roles in government in this new government which has been in. The top was interested in the cabinet. The they may not be women and disturbing reports tonight of the taliban killing and mutilating a pregnant policewoman. An iron fist against women who dare to speak out secretary of state. Blinken flying here to doha tonight for talks about how to evacuate those americans still trapped in afghanistan. Kate all right. Thank you now to our. Nbc news colleague. Legendary weatherman willard scott. He died yesterday at age. Eighty seven and even if you never met him he was the kind of guy you felt like you knew. He brought genuine joy to viewers during his more than sixty years on television. Here's what's happening in your. We're all this morning. Willard scott knew the weather but it was his wit and charm. That put him on the map. Do this everybody to. Let's just say something here. He began his broadcasting career in nineteen fifty at our nbc station in washington wrc and sunshine will come into your sometime wither. Join today in one thousand nine hundred eighty s member old uncle willard the newest member of the today family and he's kept us laughing. Ever since the joan duck gumbo told you to go before we got on the bus. This is sort of like a big snail but inside there's a panther. How do you smoke. Gets the guard trumpeted. Same time he traveled. The world mean somewhere out in the saudi desert. This is spectacular becoming a household name. only macro. Can you believe this came out of state. You wanted a dog with me. Radic withered even stole a kiss from first lady. Barbara bush during the nineteen thousand nine inaugural parade about good. I've been kissed of the best in twenty fifteen today celebrated his retirement. I would not be here without you. I love you so much. Well mommy dinner since his passing tributes pouring in al roker writing of his mentor. There will never be anyone quite like him. Katie couric saying she's heartbroken. Willard was as warm and loving and generous off camera as he was on and andrea. Mitchell calling willard a ray of sunshine. No matter what the weather or how grim the news for years willard helped families markham milestone happy one hundred birthday one too happy birthday sir. Let's check birthday this morning. And though he didn't make it to one hundred smucker's put his face on one of their jars. Writing may the smiles that he brought to others live on well beyond one hundred years. So that's all we have for right now. Thank you clyde. It's been a pleasure talking with you here. you go. Thank you very much imagined who always seemed to have a smile on his face. It's a tough job but somebody had to do it. We will miss him when we come back. The schools making extreme house calls to get children back into the classroom so many students stopped going to school during the pandemic plus how fights over vaccine status are now dividing families. Hey it's msnbc's crissy's keeping up with. Today's news can be quite a challenge. It's not enough to know what's happening. It's essential to try and understand why it's all happening. That's what i do each week on my podcast. Why is this happening. I'm joined by guests who are uniquely qualified to talk about the biggest issues of our time like philosopher and former police. Chief brenda pose when you physically struggle with someone you have adrenaline and chemicals in you that make u unsympathetic to the person. You're dealing with policing hasn't taken seriously the fact that it has to build in safeguards to stop those emotions from being leads to the decisions scholar. Dorothy brown a white high school dropout has more wealth than a black college graduate..
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"And get you guys anywhere. No they wanted more money and we couldn't afford it. Are you worried that it might not be able to protect this property. This is all this is what our parents and left us. This is a hair. That's this is where we belong. Kasha burns nbc news buck sports south carolina. We think doshisha for that and we're back in a moment with a family who survived that conduct collapse in florida with basically they heard and felt seconds before the building gave way back now with an nbc news exclusive of family that survived the condo collapsed and surf side florida now sharing their story for the first time and telling our carry sanders the gonzalez's family mother and daughter to of only three who survived the surf side florida condo collapse seventy days ago. Edgar gonzalez among the ninety eight. Who died. I want know why my husband lost life father. The three were on the bed in the master bedroom. They just finished watching late night. Horror movie when it around one thirty. Am it sounded like thunder. It just felt like an earthquake. I remember mom yelling. Run and dragging me out of bed and i screamed run and just kept screaming to run and then the floor just started to cave. Do you remember the sensation of it. going down. i do it's indescribable. I can't even describe it to you. There condo was on the ninth floor devon or mother fell with the building five stories whoever ever thinks buildings to collapse. I'm sorry sixteen year. old devon's left leg was crushed. Her femur snapped a standout volleyball player. She is expected to fully recover in just months. Angela still at a wheelchair recently took her first steps heggers wedding band a tengible treasure of the husband and father they lost saying i love you in the morning was a lot better than a goodbye. Because it's like a see later kerry sanders. Nbc news surf side florida. And when we come back we take you to broadway. That's right it's opening backup tonight. The cast returning to the stage after the pandemic close to home inspiring america tonight despite all of. New york's hardships. Broadway is back and we'll show you how popular musical will raise. Its curtain again this time with a special tribute joe. Fryer reports one of the first songs in the musical waitresses called opening up tonight. They'll help broadway do just that. Welcome back to broadway pie. That's that's right there right. What's sarah burrell's who wrote the show songs returns is the league. Why was it important for you to come back to this role for this returned to broadway. It is great love of my artistic life. It has changed everything about my life. In every way she confirmed waitress is just the first course the coming weeks dozens of musicals and plays will also open up the audience masked and fully maxed kids under twelve to negative. Kobe talks to me. I just feel like this is a no brainer for the waitress community. That pandemic hit home actor. nick cordero. Who was in the original cast died after battling cove neck was beloved company member. Deeply kind deeply talented. How the big life here in honor of him there piebald now features a slice of live your life pie and that is a song he wrote and so he lives inside our our little show forever and ever remembering well reopening. Broadway's next at joe fryer nbc news and we will be singing along. That's nightly news. Thank you so much for watching.
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"The urgent manhunt and police just announce new images of the taliban parading captured. Us military weapons and equipment. President biden under fire for leaving americans behind as we learned interpreter. Who once helped rescue the president from taliban territory years ago can't get out now asking the president to return the favor. The new indictment two years after the death of elisha mclean a young unarmed black man. The charges police and paramedics face and the cici's new cova travel warning just ahead of labor day. This is nbc. nightly news. with lester holt. Good evening. I'm tom llamas. In for leicester tonight we start with breaking news for dangerous storm system on the move. Remnants of hurricane ida hammering the east coast the new images of an apparent tornado ripping through annapolis maryland tornado watches and warnings in effect from north carolina to maryland including washington. Dc and philadelphia torrential rain drenching the mid atlantic and northeast at this hour students rescued from a school bus in maryland after it became trapped in rising floodwaters and overnight waters also surging into an apartment in rockville a nineteen year old killed. At least one person still missing and later we'll tell you about millions more americans facing extreme weather from the gulf coast to fire out west. Nbc's tom costello starts us off. Tonight from annapolis. Maryland touching down in and around annapolis maryland. This afternoon tornadoes on the ground for many miles after spinning off from hurricane ida that slammed louisiana. Please make sure you're inside. Please make sure you in your lowest level. You're has been downtown. Annapolis power lines and science rip down in front of businesses in nearby neighborhoods. Roofs torn off and trees uprooted. Meanwhile in frederick maryland flash flooding caught a bus driver off guard. Eleven schoolkids rescued as the bus was submerged throughout the day ida unleashing blinding lightning and torrential rain. On the nation's capital the dc metro area under flood warnings and a tornado. Watch well into the evening overnight. Three inches of flash rain swamped the region. Tearing down trees flooding intersections and trapping drivers in their cars in rockville maryland. Hundreds were forced to flee their apartments at four. Am when a swollen river sent a wall of water surging into garden level apartments as people slept. Police say a nineteen year. Old man drowned in his apartment. Unable to get out there now advising that there may possibly be be two more so she and she believes they are underwater. Firefighters used bows to pull people to safety and all one hundred fifty people displaced one resident. Still missing these people went to a horrific tale. I've had this morning's tonight. i continues to unleash. Tornadoes dumping record amounts of.
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"Up in new orleans alone. A serious test of the city's levee system emergency services suspended sewage and pump stations failing and shelters filling up on the same day. Hurricane katrina hit sixteen years ago and enough ghanistan the us military carries out another strike against an imminent threat to the kabul airport. While here in the us president biden and the first lady honor the fallen servicemembers killed in the kabul airport attack. This is nbc nightly news with kate. Snow and good evening from new orleans. Tom llamas in for kate's no tonight as you can see the gulf region is once again being put to the test ida hit as a devastating cat. For just hours ago i making landfall with winds of one hundred fifty miles an hour. It's rare double. I wall the hallmark of an especially intense hurricane and as we head into the night officials fear the worst saying the impacts will be catastrophic thousands of national guard troops have been called up to help with rescues. Fourteen million people are now in ida's path. Rising waters already swallowing areas of the gulf coast. This video showing ida storm surge pushing in. It's all coming on the grim anniversary of hurricane katrina sixteen years ago our nbc teams are covering every angle of this story across louisiana and mississippi including the life or death decisions of the residents. Still here when ida hit tonight. Hurricane ida slamming into louisiana as powerful cat four storm sending fierce winds up to one hundred fifty miles per hour and sergio waters the life-threatening threatening system carving a path of destruction over several hours this massive tree falling on a house in harvey louisiana the fire department in grand isle..
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"Who shot and killed ashley babble. While defending the capital on january six has been withheld by authorities but those angered by his actions have been guessing is identity online and on social media and he has faced a barrage of threats since the incident tonight in an nbc news exclusive he steps out of the shadows. Your name has been battered about on the internet. But you've never been officially publicly identified. Do you wanna tell us who you are. My name is michael. I'm a lieutenant for the united states capitol police for months. He has lived in hiding a he says over this moment. His decision to use deadly force against a rioter as she climbed through a barricaded door that leads to the house chamber in the months. Since he's been the target of threats. Can you give us the nature of some of those threats. They talked about you. Know killing me Cutting off my head you know very vicious and cruel things fraser's things there were some racists attacks as well. That's all disheartening. Because i know. I was doing my job given the nature of the threats that you describe. Do you have any concern about showing your face and identifying. Of course i do. That is very vital point. And it's something that is frightening. I believe i show the upmost carriage on january six. And it's time for me to do that now. Responsible that day for securing the house chambers bird couldn't see what americans we're witnessing on their. Tv's but he could hear it in the please from other officers. We were afraid that day. I was very afraid. What are you hearing on your radio. I'm hearing about the breaches of different barricaded areas officers being overrun officers band down. Did you ever hear a call or report of shots fire. During this as a matter of fact that data that was reports of shots fired through the house main door onto the floor of the chamber later those reports would prove to be false. This video captures bird. Instructing members.
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"Sunday morning. We're going to get right to it one week. After the taliban took total control of kabul the crisis at the city's airport remains a scene of chaos and panic. Fearful crowds are now being harassed and menaced by taliban fighters. They're still desperately trying to get into the airport and out of afghanistan and now on top of all of this. There's an isis threat against americans in the areas. While so we're going to get right to our chief. Foreign correspondent richard engel. Who's been covering this. Obviously wasn cobbled now in doha cutter. Where a lot of these planes from kabul or landing. Richard whose landed. Who's making it out. Nobody really knows people who could get onto. The base could convince the marines that they had a sympathetic case. Some have paid work. some have. don't some some do not some are unaccompanied minors. It is really a mixed bag. And that is part of the problem here that this was initially supposed to be evacuation for very limited people for american citizens foreign contractors for nationals. And those who worked with american troops and who were at risk but now there is total panic in kabul people are rushing to that pace so it is very very difficult because you have really half a base that is trying to do this. Evacuation plan this extraction plan to try and pull out the people that the united states wants to pull out but also so many others are flooding at the same time. Richard do we have any idea. How many more people who are who should be getting out. American citizens and our allies are left to be gotten out. Do we have a good idea of what number that is not really thousands. Certainly the state department has lists but a lot of people in kabul. Were not done filling out their forms. Were never able to fill out their forms. There are a lot of people in afghanistan who think they should qualify because they worked in. Some sort of periphery way peripheral way for the american so there are many many qualify to get out. And then you have. I think pretty soon. It'll be millions of people in kabul who are trying to get out trying to rush to that half of a base. So is it surprising that there is a a threat against them from from isis is very extremist group. They're telling them all the congregate in one place. They need another staging area. That's for sure. And then some in perhaps more troops richard engel and cutter. Richard glad you got out politician for both parties and four administrations have their fingerprints on america's twenty our afghanistan policy but it is now president. Who's become the face of this disastrous withdrawal. We have a new. Nbc news poll taken as americans. We're witnessing this. Chaos in kabul among all adults mr biden's approval rating stands at a fairly mediocre forty-nine percent forty eight percent disapproving in our polarized politics. That isn't the end of the world. But if you compare it to last april when the numbers were fifty three percent approve thirty nine percent disapprove. Start to see some morosi now. Not surprisingly approval of mr biden's handling of the situation in afghanistan as we're watching all this is extremely low just twenty five percent but the president's overall slippage is less about afghanistan about two other issues approval of his handling of the corona viruses. Down a whopping sixteen points just fifty. Three percent approve now from sixty nine and april and approval of his handling of the economy is standing at forty seven percent. That's upside down now. Because it was at fifty two. Mr biden has weeks to set things right in afghanistan and more than three years until the next presidential election. Let's be honest with headlines. Like this one in the economist. The human tragedy at the end of this forever war is threatening to be forever stain on mr biden's presidency. Let me be clear. And the american wants to come home. We will get you home. President biden defending the chaotic. Us withdrawal from afghanistan. we have no indication. They haven't been able to get in couple through the airport. We've made an agreement with the with the taliban. Thus far they've allowed them to go through. I can say definitively that is completely untrue. David fox american still in afghanistan. You only way that you can actually get to the. Us marines is by fighting away. Just by pure physical. You know brutal fours. Defense secretary lloyd austin told lawmakers friday that americans trying to leave. Afghanistan have been harassed and even beaten by taliban fighters and it's not clear how many americans remained in afghanistan. We don't have a perfect figure of how many are in afghanistan. Let alone cobble. If you're an american and you're at a gate you we let in that gate. Thousands of afghans continue to crowd. The airport barred from entering.
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"This sunday chaos fear and desperation in afghanistan of course as us troops struggle to restore order at kabul's airport. Run behind you with only five president biden defense decision. The idea of somehow wade had gotten out without chaos ensuing. I don't know how that happens and makes this promise. Let me be clear. Any american wants to come home. We will get you home. But the us is relying on the taliban to allow safe passage of americans and our allies. This is all president. Nine my guest. This morning. National security advisor jake sullivan and republican congresswoman liz. Cheney of wyoming bless her new. nbc news poll numbers on president biden's approval rating is handling of kovin. The economy in a deeply divided country also kids schools and covert cases rising. Nationwide the situation is dire and we are simply out of town and with more and more children now. Falling ill critically local. School districts are pushing back against statewide bans on mass mandates. School boards are to essentially protect kids from their own governors. I'll talk to education secretary. Miguel cardona about the fight over masking children join me for insight and analysis on nbc news chief washington correspondent andrea mitchell steven hayes founder of the dispatch lien cooper pentagon correspondent for the new york times and leo shane deputy editor of military times. Welcome to sunday. It's meet the press from nbc news in washington the longest running show in television history. This is meet the press with chuck. Todd good.
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"The main eyewitness in harrington's case was coerced. Detectives had told her she could lose her children if she didn't cooperate. The top investigator engage in all sorts of misconduct in that case detective. Yes last summer harrington walked out of prison and began rebuilding his life. What was it like when he got out. It was having our earth. He has since sued the city of inkster and the detectives in his case lawyers for the city did not reply to our requests for comment in court documents. The detectives denied that they threatened and coerced the eyewitness into fabricating a story. What is your story. Say about the criminal justice system in these work fares right now or no one is safe. It doesn't matter what zip code you have How much your paycheck. Reflect what your skin color opposed to be just for. Kenworthy is confident. Kevin harrington doesn't belong in prison and believes there are likely other kevin harrington's in every state does work is work. That must be done. It must be done because we know the criminal. Justice system is imperfect. we can never person's life back but at least we could make sure that they have one outside prison walls if we find that there's credibility to their claim kate snow. Nbc news detroit. That is nbc nightly news for this sunday stay with nbc for coverage of the olympic closing ceremonies starting at eight o'clock eastern five pacific. I'm halley jackson. Thank you for watching goodnight and have a great week ahead. Everybody in the jennifer bush hager and we got big news. Ya'll our show is now a podcast. That's right you can take anywhere you go in your car to the gym even just at home on your own pouch with.
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"People in trouble and a lot of people that need help. Anthony simpkins is the ceo of a nonprofit in chicago that helps people stay in their homes distributing some two million dollars throughout the pandemic. But he says it's not enough. It's definitely a potential crisis. The vast majority of these people are going to be low income renters and are least likely to be able to sustain the shock of loss income as a result of the pandemic the eviction moratorium ends. Tonight i might be owner that any day in a last ditch effort. The white house urged congress to extend the moratorium. The democrats didn't have enough vote. They're now recessed for six weeks. The federal government has allocated six billion dollars to help with rent and mortgages. But it's not getting out fast enough so even if attendance has applied for emergency rental assistance and hasn't received it yet that's not necessarily enough for them to avoid being evicted senior homes. It's money that landlords have been waiting for. There's been no safety. Net provided that was focused on the landlord's needs it's been focused on avoiding eviction of tenants property owner shortchanged. Some twenty one billion dollars. Nationwide many not able to weather. The storm are people going. Bankrupt of this are some who are suffering financial hardship because the pandemic affecting so many homes and livelihoods at stake was absolutely race against time. We're actually appetite now. Meghan fitzgerald nbc. News chicago there were massive at times. Violent protests in france today over new laws that were require proof of vaccination to enter restaurants and other businesses. Matt bradley has the latest tonight. In france the fight over who needs to get vaccinated hitting the streets demonstrators in paris. Pelting police responded with tear gas and fists. At least three officers were injured. Nearly twenty protesters were arrested. They claim the choice to get vaccinated. Should be about lumber tae freedom. I think our freedom is in danger. I have children. She says i'm fighting for their future. They're over a new virus. Pass coming into effect. August ninth that would legally restrict entry and most places like restaurants bars and theaters to the vaccinated and those are the recent negative test of although i won't sell my soul restaurant. The cinema is this man. there's nothing about freedom. francis battling a frightening new wave. He's has climbed nearly twenty four thousand just tonight. A nation fighting the disease now fighting over civil rights matt bradley. Nbc news.
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"From north carolina to texas to new york. Anytime mandate protests are mounting. Right now so is the pushback. This isn't the category of give me a bleeping break. When did everyone get a medical degree for weeks. We've spoken with many overworked. Healthcare workers who practically begged americans. Get the shot. What do you tell people who just don't believe u s i rating copies. They say they're not anti vacs or anti mandate comfortable putting something into my body. Until i am ready. If and when. I'm ready to get the vaccine. I will get it on my own core. I won't be forced interest. Don't trust the. cdc. I did not trust the cdc absolutely not and then their skepticism. The writing the question. Anybody in this country i wanna question. You're entitled to your opinion but these are facts are they though. Are they fat lester. More than forty thousand people participated in the pfizer clinical trial alone but those workers are among the many were not convinced gave gutierrez. Thank you theodore mckarrick the former us cardinal defrocked by the vatican has been charged with sexually assaulting a teenage boy. The alleged abuse dates back to a wedding reception. Nearly fifty years ago. Mccarrick now ninety one has in the past maintained his innocence now. Nbc news exclusive inside air. Traffic control in the country's.
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"Deaths rose nearly thirty percent. That's ninety three thousand three hundred thirty one deaths last year. Turner banat saw it firsthand. He helps families who lack resources find treatment. The pandemic really created a perfect storm. People in recovery. We have people that were living in halfway houses relying on service in odds at attending twelve step meetings every day all of those things got ripped away and they're they're linked to recovery services for takeaways well and services shutdown absolute he says government stimulus checks played a role to use those funds. A lot of types to go straight out of bam get more social security that they need an increasing supply of deadly. Fennel also drove overdoses. Deaths from fenton. All and other synthetic opioids were up fifty four percent. It's cheap it's synthetic it's easy to make and it's so lucrative earlier this year. We toured the da lab in new york users. Who are dependent on opioids are drawn defending all. But it's also put in counterfeit pills that anyone could buy and the danger is if you get too much of the fence and all you can di di aeternan son. Charley died after buying what he thought was a prescription painkiller. Through a dealer. He met on snapchat. It contained fenton. Drug landscape has changed since moral minefield for our kids were their next. Luke could be their last. That turns foundation helped create new outreach. Going up on social media tomorrow bringing attention. Back to an epidemic overshadowed for months by cove. Kate snow nbc news and as the us struggles to get that crisis under control. Democrats are launching a new effort to legalize a different drug at the federal level. Marijuana gave gutierrez now with the exclusive in our series red white and green no longer considered a pipe dream today. Top democrats roll out a draft of their plan to try to legalize marijuana at the federal level this historic day i obtained by. Nbc news the pot. Push calls for removing cannabis from the controlled substances. Act expunging federal records of nonviolent cannabis offenders and setting up regulations to tax pop products. So do you have the votes. Well we're working on it. We sat down exclusively with senate. Democrats trying to sway their colleagues. This ought to be a republican states rights dream because what we say in our bill is we're going to decriminalize at the federal level. But we aren't going to force the state to legalize you haven't been able to get infrastructure done yet. Why bring this up now. We gotta do a lot of things to move. America forward but senate majority leader chuck schumer faces an uphill battle not just getting republicans on board but also president biden. I've spoken in the past about the president's views on marijuana. Nothing has changed. There's no new endorsements of legislation to report today. Critics say the wheat industry is marketing to kids and some doctors report high potency. Pod is being linked to mysterious illnesses including severe vomiting in young users. A long-term this is gonna show a lot more damage short children look. We are admitting at this point. Still overall americans views on cannabis have changed dramatically back in nineteen sixty nine only twelve percent back to.
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