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Fresh "NBC News" from 710 WOR Programming

710 WOR Programming

01:01 min | 32 min ago

Fresh "NBC News" from 710 WOR Programming

"Till it's over features the catcher and his gear with his Yankees hat and iconic white pinstripe jersey The Nets host the Magic tomorrow night at six years. Ow! What Our weather channel forecast occasional rain overnight. Just the east. Breezes continue. Hello is only in the mid forties. Under enough rain showers to begin Saturday cloudy a drying up to finish high in the upper forties and look ahead to Sunday. We're looking at partly to mostly sunny weather highs in the mid forties. I'm meteorologist Mark Thibodeaux from the Weather Channel on 7 10. W Whoa are starting With Len Burman and Michael Riedel in the morning weekdays, six Till 10 I'm a show Kabbalah on 7 10, W. O R and NBC news radio station. Yeah..

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Indonesian divers find parts of plane wreckage in Java Sea

NBC Nightly News

01:26 min | 5 d ago

Indonesian divers find parts of plane wreckage in Java Sea

"Now to news from overseas about that deadly indonesian plane crash. We're getting our first look at the wreckage scattered under the sea and we have an important update involving the plane's black boxes. That bradley has more. The first ghostly images have saturdays mysterious crash of indonesia's coast as navy divers hunt for clues scattered on the ocean floor others working late into the night to recover debris like airplane parts luggage clothing and corpses. This is not a rescue mission. All sixty two people. On board the boeing seven thirty-seven five hundred including ten children were killed their families. Devastated this man said. He laughed with his wife on the phone just before takeoff joking by saying when she arrives satay together. He said she replied. That will eat my favorite meal. Tofu to the flight was flying over the java sea from the indonesian capital jakarta but only four minutes after takeoff and amid heavy rains. It suddenly plunged. The plane's black boxes have been located but not yet recovered. Investigators hope they'll offer clues about what went wrong. It's still too early to tell something. Dramatic happened perhaps intentional or perhaps yet another pilot. A confusion issue with inadequate instrumentation questions. Whose answers for now are likely sitting at the bottom of the java. See my probably. Nbc news

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Fresh update on "nbc news" discussed on Ben Shapiro

Ben Shapiro

00:50 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "nbc news" discussed on Ben Shapiro

"7 90. ABC News at 5 30. I'm Kevin Trap, the Army will deploy up to 25,000 National Guard troops in Washington, D C for next week's inauguration, Pentagon officials have steadily increased the number of soldiers being made available to beef up security. Following the deadly January 6th attack on the Capitol. A guard spokesman said their mission will be to support federal law enforcement and protect the nation's capital. The Secret Service is leading security preparations for President elect Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday. I'm at Madison Vice President Mike Pence, has reportedly called VP elect Kamila Harris to offer his congratulations. President Trump has not congratulated President elect Jill Biden, either in public or on the phone. Trump continues to allege that he won the election in a landslide and that it was stolen from him. NBC News reports. The call between pens and Harris was cordial and pleasant and that Pence offered her any assistance in the lead up to next week's inauguration. Pence in his life are expected to attend the inauguration at the Capitol. President Trump will not be attending. I'm Tom Roberts on Wall Street..

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An Extra-Contagious Coronavirus Variant Is In The US — But No One Knows How Widespread It Is

Lance McAlister

00:31 sec | Last week

An Extra-Contagious Coronavirus Variant Is In The US — But No One Knows How Widespread It Is

"Looks like there could be a second new strain of coronavirus, as feared. White House task Force, reportedly warning a state said it's even more contagious than the one found in the United Kingdom. And it's already spreading NBC News reporting that is being called the U. S. A variant, but doesn't say how long it's been circulating so far. The First new strain has been detected in eight states. Colorado, California, Florida, New York, Georgia, Connecticut. In Pennsylvania and Texas.

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Fresh update on "nbc news" discussed on Russell & Hunter

Russell & Hunter

01:09 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "nbc news" discussed on Russell & Hunter

"He admitted he has no proof of that. They'll see it Miss. She has no proof of that. So there's two Democrats right there. Camilla. Joy upon Democrat from Washington is in on this doesn't have any proof, but she feels it. James Clyburn, who is 80 years old has been in Washington probably as long as I've been alive, if not pretty close. He also said that there are members of the United States Capitol police complacent in this because of what other Congress people told him. So at the very least very most. He has hearsay evidence. And then you have representative Joyce Beatty of Ohio is another one that is alleging a conspiracy. None of them offered proof number that I've talked to the FBI. None of them cited the FBI or any other law enforcement or intelligence that said. Congressman X Y. And Z because I could tell you this, Mike said it earlier. If there was a congressman who helped people seized the capital. They should be expelled, thrown in jail and never get out again. So if this is true, I want their name because I don't want them to represent anybody in the United States Congress. So it is your duty, then to not say this without proof because you don't have any. So you're essentially alleging a conspiracy theory and all of them over the best, I would say 72 hours have been guests on CNN to share their thoughts on this very subject to spread their conspiracy. But if I do a Google search for any Q and on conspiracies, then I'm going to get shut down on social media. When these get these cats can make up any type of conspiracy theory they want and they can get some air time on CNN to spout it. That's a very excellent point because social media ties so nicely into this. We know the president's been banned forever from Twitter. We know that Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter, said. That's just the beginning. More is coming. But he's got to figure this out fast because there might not be anybody left on Twitter for him to actually pay his bills. But Facebook's got the same problem that way. Well, Cuban Acuna you have now. Kobol of Democratic Congress, men and women who are doing the same thing to Cuban on did. They're just doing it in a different channel. They're not hiding on Facebook. They're not hiding on Twitter. They're saying it to news media channels, so what they are doing Has a bigger reach. What they are doing is throwing out this theory that cannot be undone yesterday. I think it was we told you that one congressman also alleged that the new Congress woman from Colorado the big too, eh? Woman? Yes. Gave tours to some of these insurrectionists of the U. S capitol as a re Kon ran. That is not possible because tours have been shut down for months because of Cove. It The story's already out there. So even though it's been disproven, even fact check websites of disproving it. It doesn't matter because the story is gone. You can't put the toothpaste back in the tube, so The Democrats are doing this on purpose coordinated And they know the damage they're doing, and they don't care. They are being encouraged to do so. They're being encouraged to do so all the way from the top because this divide This divide and conquer attitude has been the attitude of the left for years now. It has been their their plan to take power. And the scary part about it is and I mean the really scary part about this. Is that it worked. And if you don't think that it's just MSNBC and CNN. But NBC news This is how about lobbying this? This is a headline. I'm on NBC News. Calm right now. This is a real headline. Some Democrats in Congress are worried their colleagues might kill them. House members openly accused far right representative threatening their health and safety after the capital. Right then name names exactly the name names Show me who in and give me the emails that they sent you give me the and basically queuing on. Is mentioned in this article as well. Of course they're slamming is just you know, Cuban on killing on backing congressmen and women. How do members of the media fall into this trap? Time and time again? It's what we see every single day. The Democrats play the media. Like fiddles, and I don't know if the journalists who are all left leaning people. I want to be in the social circles with Nancy Pelosi, and when Cove it's not here. They want to go to the same cocktail parties again, and they want to know the people that know Pelosi. It's a big kind of group. Think thing where they don't even the congressman, the brazen congressmen and women who are making these allegations Don't have to fear any consequences. That's right. That isn't that amazing because of what they have just lectured us on about truth telling for the last four years, Let's jet with Andy Biggs Congressman Andy Biggs about this very topic. It's coming up next on Russell in 105 50. 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American Airlines changes rules for emotional support animals

710 WOR Programming

00:32 sec | Last week

American Airlines changes rules for emotional support animals

"Allowing emotional support pants on flights due to changing government rules. Sara Barkley with the details Texas based air carrier says the rules go into effect next week, and travelers will soon have to fill out a government form two days before boarding planes. New federal rules to find service animals as a dog trained to help a disabled person, the airline says pets £20 and under will still be allowed on flights but must be in carriers. Alaska Airlines announced last week it would also no longer allow emotional support pets. Sarah Bartlett, NBC News Radio Jersey based Johnson and

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Fresh update on "nbc news" discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

01:38 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "nbc news" discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

"Oakville 20 minutes of nonstop news starts now coming up on global news. I'm Colonial All of Washington State will remain in phase one of the governor's coronavirus recovery plan for at least another 10 days. Details coming up first, an update from ABC. From ABC News. I'm Michelle Franzen. Federal law enforcement officials say they've opened nearly 300 investigation and into Capitol Hill rioters about a third of them for federal felonies. NBC News chief Global Affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz reported from the scene that day and explains what she saw on the ground had a vast array of people there. But all of them extremist extreme Trump supporters saying that Joe Biden didn't win the election. You had militia members. You had armed individuals in that crowd. You had people in tactical gear. There were a number of veterans I saw, which is so disturbing law enforcement. There were some former firefighters, for instance. Security at its highest around the capital and country. As a result, the FBI warning in a joint intelligence bulletin obtained by ABC News that the January succeeds in bold and extreme nous and quote is very likely part of an ongoing trend. Targets include racial ethnic And religious minorities, along with journalists and government officials. A day after detailing his economic plan to help Americans and businesses recover in this pandemic, President elect Joe Biden and Delaware this hour laying out plans to get millions of shots into the arms of Americans, he says. It begins with streamlining supplies and working with state get into all of this overnight. Won't get out of it. Overnight, either. We will get through it. We'll get through it together that is a new variant that was first detected in the UK could increase the trajectory of the pandemic here in the U. S only took months for a more contagious mutation of covert 19 to become the dominant circulating Corona virus variant in England. Now, with that very detected in at least 10 U. S States, the CDC indicating it could become the predominant variant of covert 19 in the U. S by March. While the CDC says there are no known differences and clinical outcomes from the B 117 variant, it's more contagious..

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Larry King moved out of ICU amid coronavirus battle

Bloomberg Law

00:25 sec | Last week

Larry King moved out of ICU amid coronavirus battle

"Television personality. Larry King has been moved out of ICU care but still remains hospitalized after contracting covert 19, a source close to the family tells NBC News. King has been in the hospital with covert 19 for about 10 days. He believes he got it from a health care worker who came to his home. The source said. Theeighties seven year olds first day in the hospital was the worst. Only he went through dialysis. King's doctors are optimistic that he will continue to

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Fresh update on "nbc news" discussed on Keepin' It Real with Rev. Al Sharpton

Keepin' It Real with Rev. Al Sharpton

01:11 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "nbc news" discussed on Keepin' It Real with Rev. Al Sharpton

"You A okay NBC news radio. I'm Tom Roberts. The Corona virus pandemic is claiming the life of its two million victim worldwide in the U. S. The death toll is roughly 390,000. The FBI is warning all 50 U. S. State capitals to brace for events similar to last week siege on the nation's capital. NBC's Antonia Hilton says Arizona Democrats want to hold GOP members who incited the insurrection to be held accountable. Arizona Democrats just wrote a letter asking for federal officials to investigate Republican colleagues who may have been involved in the January 6 riot. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is asking retired Lieutenant General Russel Honore to conduct an investigation of the security after the violent attack on the Capitol last Week, she called what happened and attempted insurrection instigated by President Trump. President Trump will reportedly leave the White House on Wednesday morning sometime before President elect Joe Biden is sworn in. Tom Roberts, NBC News radio Sarah. I did it Did what? It's perfect. What's perfect? Got Kristen. An engagement ring. I knew Dominion jewelers would be perfect. I learned so much, and I was able to design it myself. I tell it to you, Dominion Jewelers. It's where you design the ring that says I want to spend the rest of my life with you that I just need to figure out how I'm going to pop the.

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Gov. Cuomo confirms highly contagious COVID-19 strain found in New York State

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

00:29 sec | Last week

Gov. Cuomo confirms highly contagious COVID-19 strain found in New York State

"First confirmed case of the more contagious covid. Nineteen uk strain is being confirmed in new york state. Nbc news medical correspondent. Dr john torres said the case was confirmed in a man who works in a jewelry store in saratoga county so even though it seems to spread faster. Luckily it doesn't seem any more dangerous. And that's the important part. Governor cuomo said anyone who had contact with n fox jewelers between december eighteenth and twenty fourth should be tested

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Trump's Georgia Phone Call Leaves Allies Fearful for American Democracy

NBC Nightly News

01:03 min | Last week

Trump's Georgia Phone Call Leaves Allies Fearful for American Democracy

"President will campaign in georgia tonight as some of his allies. Tell nbc news. They are worried that phone call could depress republican turnout and even harm america's democracy. Lester kristen welker at the white house this evening. thanks tonight. Some house democrats are asking the fbi to investigate. The president's called of georgia official. The question is did it. Break the law pete. Williams has been reporting on this. What do we know lester. Most legal experts say it would be very hard to bring a federal or state criminal case. Federal law makes it a crime to knowingly and willfully attempt to deprive the residents of a state of fair election keyword knowingly a prosecutor would have to prove that the president knew that he lost the election and that meet might be difficult since he seems to think he won. A georgia state law makes it a crime to import tune that is to urge someone to commit election fraud. And there's no knowing requirement the local prosecutor in georgia would need more though than just the phone call possibly including testimony from others in the white house. And that might be hard to get.

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Trump made false claims in call pressuring Georgia secretary of state to undo Biden win

The Beat with Ari Melber

03:56 min | Last week

Trump made false claims in call pressuring Georgia secretary of state to undo Biden win

"Welcome to the i melbourne and we begin with donald trump's explosive new attacks on yes our united states democracy this has been caught on tape echoes of the darkest episodes of his presidency. If you didn't know so already here we are. Welcome to twenty twenty one days before congress will convene to formally certified the election that is a formality because everything is over and done but the president continues to push the doomed effort to nullify. Joe biden's win tonight at setting off a firestorm. Even though donald trump has zero legal paths left. Donald trump placing what is now been described by so many as an extraordinary call this weekend for the top elections officials in georgia. Brad robbins burger in this hour. Long sometimes rambling call which corrine from conspiracy to direct cajoling to as we'll get into tonight. Potential criminal acts. Donald trump leaned on them to quote find the votes that he would need to somehow come the finished election. This is a state that trump lost. So i wanna do is i just wanna find Eleven thousand seven hundred eighty loads which is one more that we have people who country are angry. And there's nothing wrong with saying that you know That you've recalculated. There is a lot wrong here. Some of it may be criminal. But let's take a step back. All of this is part of trump's dead end. Election scheming georgia's results are over. The courts have spoken. This is indeed the case for every single state where donald trump is still complaining about having lost that. This will culminate as. I'm sure you've heard by now in what i believe. We'll be authoritarian theater. Wednesday on the floor of congress as republicans will make what we have. The votes to show are doomed efforts to argue that. Somehow congress should not certify. Joe biden's electoral win. This is a ploy. It is dead on arrival in tonight. We can remind you why we've reported on some of this already. Democrats control the house. So there's no way for this to work unless some house speaker pelosi decided she wanted to join trump to stop a biden presidency. In addition top senate. Republicans are against the move. The wall street journal editorial board dismisses the whole thing as a stunt the new york times calls it futile. The associated press as nonpartisan as comes says. The whole thing is desperate. Important context for trump's call george a secretary of state in that call that official ratzenberger and his lawyer reject trump's numerous false claims of voter fraud will Listen to what the president has said. President trump. We've had several lawsuits and we've had to respond in court to the lawsuits in the contentions We don't agree that you have one. And we don't didn't agree about the two hundred thousand number that you mentioned for mr president the challenge that you have is the data you have is wrong and going through each of those and those numbers that that we got Mitch mitchell was just saying they're not act. Estate official fact checking a sitting president to his verbiage face on that conference call on a phone call. But that's really striking. It may be obvious to viewers or people around the country that what trump was saying was false but one of the things revealed in this call also important is official some of them republicans telling the president to his face at this late date. That what he's saying is false and that same officials spoke with nbc news today with new fact checking for trump. I'm very confident in the results. We have here in georgia and that's the cold. Hard truth is president. Trump did not carry the state of georgia. We run honest and fair elections. Here

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Nashville bomber sent packages before killing himself in blast

NBC Nightly News

02:04 min | Last week

Nashville bomber sent packages before killing himself in blast

"We're learning more tonight about the possible motive behind that nashville christmas day bombing the fbi. Now asking for help believing the bomber mailed his writings to people he knew before setting off the bomb. Sarah harmon has details tonight. The first aerial images revealing the extent of the damage from the christmas day bombing in downtown nashville roofs torn apart. Buildings faces. Blown off the fbi confirming that the bomber. Sixty three year. Old anthony quinn warner sent material to acquaintances before the blast. A law enforcement source close to the investigation tells abc news. They're aware of a thumb drive and written pages from the bomber. The fbi now asking anyone who received them to come forward. We've heard about these letters. We've heard of his conversations. And maybe some conspiracies or we still don't really know why he chose this place and why he chose this day to commend this massive bombing. His read westbound sitting on a popular street christmas day blaring music and a warning before an explosion. Only he was killed in the blast. Investigators are exploring several conspiracy theories as potential motives behind the bombing outside and at and t. building including evidence. The bomber believed in lizard people and a so-called reptilian conspiracy to senior law enforcement officials told nbc news last week so for all the people who believe in conspiracy theories oftentimes they don't have the means to execute a violent attack or natural sure how to do it. National residents are now struggling to move forward after more than forty businesses. Were damaged several beyond repair. Leo roses tattoos studio totally destroyed surveillance video capturing the moment of the blast the destruction immeasurable heavens left in over a week. I'm constantly tired tonight. As authorities search for answers nashville residents who lost their homes and businesses are now facing a new year and uncertain future. Sarah harman nbc news.

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A Woman Falsely Accused a Black Teenager of Stealing Her Phone in New York

NBC Nightly News

02:16 min | 2 weeks ago

A Woman Falsely Accused a Black Teenager of Stealing Her Phone in New York

"Just sixty seconds new video of that disturbing confrontation after a woman wrongly accused of black teen of stealing her cell phone. We are back now with the new video of that confrontation in a manhattan hotel. Woman wrongly accusing a black teenager of stealing her cell phone at allegedly attacking him. Here's ron allen. This new hotel surveillance video appears to show the woman grabbing fourteen year. Old kid on herald junior and tackling him after wrongfully accusing the team of taking her phone. The video released by new york city. Police who are asking the public for help finding the woman now. I'm not letting the teams father grammy award. winning musician. cheonan herald senior. I posted this video on instagram. Insisting it's yet another example of racial profiling you can meet. You feel like there's only one. Wh phone made in the world. My son herald says he and his son guests at the arlo. Hotel in manhattan. We're heading out for a meal. Saturday morning when the woman confronted them. I can't even come downstairs in new york city new york city and just go get bruins without being attacked and wrongfully accused of something. It's not clear what happened before or after what's captured on the video. Police say they know who the woman is but have not publicly identified. Her and that her phone was returned by an uber driver. Just after the incident. Investigators say the woman could be charged with assault. Grand larceny or attempted robbery. So this just has to end and when someone does something like this they have to suffer. Consequences nbc news has not been able to reach the woman. She spoke to c. n. By phone saying she is the victim and that she. I asked to see the hotel surveillance video and asked another person in the lobby about her phone. Before confronting the heralds the harold family also wants a civil rights investigation into the hotel. It breaks my heart that this is happening to our son. This could have been avoided in so many ways in a statement. The hotel apologize to the heralds. Adding that will manager quickly called police. More should have been done to deescalate the situation. Run allen nbc. News new york

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Myles Cosgrove, who FBI says shot Breonna Taylor, expected to be fired

MSNBC Morning Joe

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Myles Cosgrove, who FBI says shot Breonna Taylor, expected to be fired

"To louisville where two police officers chide to the deadly raid. That killed brianna. Taylor both received notice that the police department intends to fire them both. Detective myles cosgrove. Who was one of the officers. Who shot taylor and detective joshua. Jane's who prepared the search warrant for the raid were notified if their departments intentions yesterday. A lawyer for cost growth confirmed. He received a letter of termination to nbc news but he did not comment any further. The officers still have the right to a pre termination hearing before. They're officially fired. According to the louisville metropolitan police

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Newly released bodycam video shows Nashville bombing aftermath

NBC Nightly News

01:54 min | 2 weeks ago

Newly released bodycam video shows Nashville bombing aftermath

"In nashville. Newly released police bodycam video shows what it was like just after that christmas day bombing as investigators try to learn more about the bomb and the man behind it. Here's morgan chessy. Frightening perspective of the nashville bombing police body cameras capturing the chaos officer burn hosie urging residents to safety one of six officers washing into the blast zone. How're you doing. I'm good You know it comes in waves kind of like realization things happening and like loved ones. I could've lost or they could have lost me and all that today the bumps aftermath becoming more clear. They're gonna literally on hands and knees to go through the detail of what's their investigators focusing on the bomb's explosive ingredients any elements include figuring out. Anthony quinn warner. The man. police say died in the explosion. He alone plant neighbors describing the sixty three year old. It servicemen as quiet and meticulous. P never had any kind of like dark disposition. Or you never said anything mysterious to me. The damage warner left behind seen for the first time today it was a punch in my stomach that if we hadn't left when we left we'd be we carrying our kids through debris at police evacuated the recent family just in time today. They came back wearing the same clothes. They left it on christmas morning when you walked back there and you could look up and see the stockings inside your house. That broken heart buildings still standing but could soon be condemned. Everything i need is right here. I'm so glad we're not. They're painful perspective topping off a tough. Year morgan chessy. Nbc news

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Suspect in Christmas explosion in Nashville died in blast, investigators say

Mark Mason

01:35 min | 2 weeks ago

Suspect in Christmas explosion in Nashville died in blast, investigators say

"Now, though, I want to go to Matt McClure, NBC News radio national correspondent with more on this Nashville car bomb explosion. Matt. What's the latest looking like? Blues I made there is no immediate threat to Nashville. That is what Metro National Police chief John Drake restated yesterday after Anthony Warner was confirmed as the Christmas morning bomber federal investigators Saturday doing a lot of work to search the Warners home. They also got DNA's from unknown relative. They match that with the human remains found at the scene of the RV explosion. Outside about a TNT facility in downtown Nashville. That is how they were able to confirm that the 63 year old man, Anthony Warner, was the person who was inside that are dirty as it exploded about 6 30 in the morning on Christmas Day. One of the stranger things about this whole thing is, Of course, there was this warning playing out over a loudspeaker a few minutes before this explosion happened prior to that blast. Also playing out over that loudspeaker 1964 Song by Petunia Clark. You might be familiar whether it's called downtown and when you're alone, and life is making you lonely, you can always go downtown, one of the more well known lyrics. They're just kind of a strange thing about 41 businesses in downtown Nashville sustaining damage in this blast. Along with an 18 T facility downtown, and that really caused a lot of havoc for a lot of people's cell phone service, data service and even Internet services, not only around Nashville but around the region, Okay.

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Nashville bomber's remains found at blast scene, authorities say

AM Tampa Bay

03:21 min | 2 weeks ago

Nashville bomber's remains found at blast scene, authorities say

"Right now, though, I want to go to Matt McClure, NBC News radio national correspondent with more on this Nashville carbon explosion. Matt. What's the latest looking like? Blue Daddy. There is no immediate threat to Nashville. That is what Metro National Police chief John Drake restated yesterday after Anthony Warner was confirmed as the Christmas morning bomber federal investigators Saturday doing a lot of work to search the Warners home. They also got DNA's from unknown relative. They match that with the human remains found at the scene of the RV explosion outside about a TNT facility in downtown Nashville. That is how they were able to confirm that. 63 year old man. Anthony Warner was the person who was inside that RV as it exploded about 6 30 in the morning on Christmas Day. One of the stranger things about this whole thing is, Of course, there was this warning playing out over a loudspeaker a few minutes before this explosion happened prior to that blast, also playing out over that loudspeaker 1964 song by Petunia Clark. You might be familiar with it. It's called downtown, and when You're alone, and life is making you lonely. You can always go downtown, one of the more well known lyrics. They're just kind of Ah, strange thing about 41 businesses in downtown Nashville sustaining damage in this blast, along with an 18 th facility downtown, and that really caused a lot of havoc for a lot of people's cell phone service, data service and even Internet services. Not only around Nashville, but around the region. Blue Day, Matt, Do we know anything about Warner? I mean, do we know anything about a motive? I know this guy was into technology. I don't want to say he was a computer geek, but, I mean, he was that kind of guy That knew a lot when it came to technology electronic so as far as a motive right now, where the authorities thinking Yeah. I mean, that's really what they're focusing on right now. As you as you allude to they're you know, they're trying to figure out exactly what might have led him to do this. He did, as you would say, you know, have a lot to do with computers and technology. He sort of ran his own computer and I t business out of his home with self employed in that for a long time, But people described him as sort of just a little bit of a loner and someone who stayed home a lot of the time but still no real clear motive. Of active point, But that is, of course what the investigation is turning to. All right, Matt. What about when it comes to you? Anthony Quinn Warner are authorities thinking that he was alerting people that he really didn't want. To hurt that many people. It's kind of odd to be playing music and kind of given a heads up that something is probably not right here. Right, you know, and that's what I've seen quotes from from people who either went to school with him or who were his neighbors. And they said that they that's what they believe that he clearly did not want anyone else to be hurt in this, but one of them, maybe make some sort of statement. Of course, that is, you know, unconfirmed at this point, but that is what really all of the evidence seems to be pointing to it that you really wanted to give a warning and didn't want people. Who were not maybe other than himself. You know, though, to be injured in any sort of way, right? That's kind of what the assumption is at this point. All right, man, thanks for the info.

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Astronauts beam Christmas message of hope to Earth from space station

AutoNsider with Daryl Killian

00:29 sec | 2 weeks ago

Astronauts beam Christmas message of hope to Earth from space station

"The message was sent in the form of several videos and called for humans to show resilience which was taken from the name of the space Sex Crew. Dragon capsule Resilience. It brought four astronauts to the Isis and November, NASA astronaut Victor Glover says the resilience of the human spirit is something we can truly celebrate in this special season. You're listening to the latest on NBC news radio. Have you dreamed of playing an instrument want to explore a new hobby? While

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Trump pardons 29, including Manafort, Stone, Charles Kushner

News, Traffic and Weather

01:03 min | 3 weeks ago

Trump pardons 29, including Manafort, Stone, Charles Kushner

"Churn, hardens or sentence commutations for another 29 individuals on Wednesday, many of them loyalists and supporters. These were friends and family pardons. The president pardoning his son in law. Jared Kushner is Father Charles for tax and witness tampering convictions, a case prosecuted by former Trump outside adviser Chris Christie. Mr Trump also lifting the Mueller investigation, federal crime convictions and shadow off two more loyalists convicted former campaign chair Paul Manafort and Roger Stone. Many other pardons issued at the request of other Trump loyalists, ABC Sandy Field and you can expect still Mork clemency actions. President Trump is going to have more pardons in the coming weeks. Our sources tell NBC News that we do not leave. More pardon will come from now until the end of the year. But as everyone cost, but you never know with Donald Trump. But going into the beginning of 2021 Donald Trump has 20 games left in office, and we know from our sources is pardoned list is massive. ABC is John Santucci, inviting a congressional override the

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Congress Passes Covid-19 Relief, Spending Package With Overwhelming Support

Brian Mudd

03:24 min | 3 weeks ago

Congress Passes Covid-19 Relief, Spending Package With Overwhelming Support

"Relief package was passed right before a bunch of existing coronavirus. Relief measures were set to expire on January 1st In total. The legislation came in at nearly 5600 pages. And while negotiations have been ongoing when it comes to this potential coronavirus stimulus package for quite a while now. It did pass with overwhelming support in both the House and the Senate. Rarely see votes that that look quite like that. Yes, especially these days. I mean a lot of times, you can't get congressional leaders. So our Ah let alone rank and file members to agree that the sky is blue on any given day. Rather, you know, you don't see it, especially a complicated piece of legislation like this kind of thing with such overwhelming numbers, But it did because lawmakers on both sides saying that they realized that You know, we're getting down here to the wire and things were going to be really, really dire straits for a lot of people after the first of the year, especially in one of the big things that was extended, you know that's what I mean a lot to a lot of folks. Is that the moratorium on eviction is being extended and some rent and you know, other housing relief is being extended as well. And then another aspect of this bill in again I'm joined by NBC News radio National correspondent Matt McClure is some funding for vaccine distribution and taking a look at how that's going these days. What's the latest? Well, you have being modern. A vaccine, of course, is the latest to be approved and to be distributed across the country. And right now we're looking at about six million of the doses of that newly authorized vaccine being shipped to about 3700 locations across the country. Nearly three million doses of the visor by on Tak vaccine already going out so you can add those two together and you get about nine million doses of those two vaccines now, of course. Rural areas of the country are really applauding this modern a vaccine going out because, as you probably know, Ryan, the vaccine from boat journey is much more easily stored. You can basically put it in a regular refrigeration unit. Where's defines your vaccine has to be sorted sub zero temperatures, so not a lot of rural areas have the ability to store that one. But the modern a vaccine really being welcomed by a lot more places across the country that might not have dense populations, and therefore don't have the ability as easily anyway to store this vaccine, and we've already seen some lawmakers, including some prominent ones get vaccinated on, that's gonna be a big step. I think that you're probably going to see a lot of people in the public eye getting vaccinated and letting people know that the vaccine is safe. It seems like it's part of their messaging strategy. That's right in the president elect Joe Biden is one of the latest to do that. He was receiving his vaccination on live TV yesterday afternoon and really counting the safety and efficacy of the vaccine, and he also sort of surprisingly into a lot of folks gave some praise. Theo President Trump for Operation Works Speed. And getting out a lot of these vaccines pretty quickly as well. So, yeah, he joins Ah, long list of public officials, including Vice President Mike Pence and others who have received their vaccination in a very public way. NBC News

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Lockerbie bombing anniversary: Attorney General Barr unveils new charges in 1988 attack

On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

00:23 sec | 3 weeks ago

Lockerbie bombing anniversary: Attorney General Barr unveils new charges in 1988 attack

"General William Barr is marking the 32nd anniversary of the Pan Am Flight one of three terrorist bombing over Lockerbie, Scotland, with new charges the United States Has filed criminal charges against the third conspirator for his role in the bombing of Pan Am Flight one of three the terrorist attack killed 270 people on the plane and on the ground. Michael Kastner, NBC news radio,

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Biden to take action on immigration bill

Terry Meiners

00:37 sec | Last month

Biden to take action on immigration bill

"President elect Joe Biden is previewing his agenda for the 1st 100 Days in office. In an interview with NBC News, Biden said one of his biggest priorities is to take action on an immigration bill. I will send A immigration bill to the United States Senate with a pathway to citizenship for over 11 million undocumented people. America, The former VP would also eliminate executive orders that President Trump made concerning the environment by an argued what he wants to do will also depend on what kind of cooperation he does or doesn't get from Congress. This was his first televised interview. Since being rejected as the winner of the presidential

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"nbc news" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

03:28 min | 2 months ago

"nbc news" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Years ago. Nbc's pure alexander asked on trump the most important question facing donald trump on the pardon power. Do you believe that you are above the law if you could pardon yourself. I'm not above the law. I never want anybody to be above the law. But the pardons are very positive thing for president. I think you see the way. I'm using them and yes i ask myself. The constitution agrees with donald trump. There is not one word in the constitution limits. Donald trump's ability to pardon himself cnn.com reports trump has been asking aids since two thousand seventeen about whether he can self pardoned former aides. Say one former white house official said trump asked about self pardons as well as pardons for his family trump even asked if he could issue pardons preemptively for things people could be charged with in the future. The former official said as donald trump by not by now has no doubt been told. Yes you can pardon yourself. Donald and a supreme court with three trump appointed judges would probably support the president's right to pardon himself since the constitution does not specifically say that he cannot do it and yes. Donald trump can all of his family members. And yes donald trump can issue pardons that. Don't mention any specific crimes. President ford's pardon of president nixon's simply covered any possible violation of federal law during every day of the nixon presidency. Donald trump will no doubt give himself apart in that will cover every day of his life up until the day that the pardon is issued on january twentieth but no pardon can cover future criminal activity any federal crimes. Donald trump might commit after noontime on january twentieth. We'll be prosecutable for the rest of his life. Donald trump is already under criminal investigation by new york state prosecutors who will not be limited by the federal pardon that donald trump will have when he leaves office which only covers federal crimes. Donald trump is leaking word that he is considering running for president again in for years. But that ignores the changed legal circumstance of donald trump's life next year when he might be a criminal defendant in new york state and possibly by the end of the year a convicted felon in new york state new york times reports. Mr trump is taking talking seriously about announcing that he is planning to run again in twenty twenty four aware that whether he actually does it or not. It will freeze an already crowded field of possible. Republican candidates republicans. Say it will keep the wide support. He showed even in defeat and could guarantee a lucrative book deal or speaking fees. it's all over donald trump's life as he knew it is all over. His future was perfectly summarized by washington. Post theatre critic. Peter marks in a tweet that foreshadowed the rest donald trump's life quote. His world is coming to an end. He will never have another good day. Loser label will haunt him. The will pursue him. Mental illness will hobble him. His properties will bankrupt him. After this break. We'll be joined by michel center and zelina maxwell to consider donald trump's.

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"nbc news" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:03 min | 6 months ago

"nbc news" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Oppose to be professional, supposed to be a first responder and sustain life. Take like it was just deliberate indifference. Any one of those officers could have simply said hello. He's in the medical crisis in just pushed the because of his back the thing that the lay people wanted to do. But the police kept them back with maize. Everybody knew even joys knew they were killing him, and so it's just a troubling pandemic that we have the de America and I did want to say this thing likes that. I'm sure you can appreciate. There are some people say where the police killed more white people than black people well, we have to clarify that and put it in context. When you look at that. Black people in America only make thirteen percent of the population while people in America make seventy three percent of the population. You have put it in context the American Journal Public Cal. said that a black man is three point five times more likely to be killed by the police down a white man, and so this is a opportunity to finally have this important conversation at do something in the aftermath George floor. We're tipping point launch. Just emphasized decided that point in the entire history of this subject going back on research that we have going back fifty years and beyond. Black men, especially unarmed black man have been disproportionately killed by police in numbers that are much much at a rate that is dramatically higher than police officers killing White People Benjamin crump, we need more time. We will discuss it more the next time you're here. Thank you very much for joining US tonight. Thank you. Thank you. And when we come back, the United States crossed another terrible milestone today.

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"nbc news" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

01:35 min | 6 months ago

"nbc news" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"In Georgia in the early summer. We know that he understands that David Perdue and Kelly Leffler are going to be shortly evicted from their seats in the Senate and we're going to pick up two Senate seats in Georgia because. Because we've added more than seven hundred fifty thousand new registered voters since my election, forty five percent of whom are under the age of thirty forty nine percent of whom are people of Color, and they demonstrated that power by more than one point, two million Georgians going to the polls in the primary, despite the world, watching the debacle of end the disgrace of election. We know we can win. Trump knows we can win and with Joe Biden at the helm. We're going to take Georgia and we're going to win the White House and the Senate seats. I can remember what for me doesn't seem that long ago when Georgia had. Senator Sam Nunn I can remember was in the was in the Senate when I was working as a staff of the Senate, but Stacey Evans. You're going to have to come back to convince me that Democrats can win two Senate seats in Georgia. I'm not there yet, but come back and make the case for re when we have more time. Happy to do so. Thank you. For joining US tonight, really appreciate it. When we come back, we learned more grim detail about the killing of George Floyd today when reporters in Minneapolis were allowed to view the police body camera video of two of the first officers to arrive on the scene Benjamin crump, the attorney for George Floyd's family will join us next. Bear.

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"nbc news" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:01 min | 6 months ago

"nbc news" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Responding to the virus, and it's A. It's an American tragedy that we see unfolding so not just on a psychological level, but on the level of of of our our our national daily life. It is just S- town'd. Carson Swallow Mary. Trump tells us what donald trump cannot feel. A can't feel normal human emotions and empathy, and so he's not worried about what happens. If children go back to school. He's not worried about how many teachers will die. He's not worried about children. Getting brain damaged from Corona virus. You've not worried about any of that. America trump tells us that he cannot feel sadness. And you see Mary Trump's sadness in donald trump's inability to feel sadness, and what that means for the country now. We're all paying the price of someone who can't feel sadness, and it sounds like if you listen to Mary trump, those who I love, the president aren't related to him or didn't know him. Very well, but I'm worried Lawrence that, because he can't show empathy, you know, he won't take up anything in the Heroes Act which still sets waiting in the Senate for a vote, which shows empathy to healthcare workers, which extends unemployment insurance, which loads the paycheck protection plan, which helps state governments, and is Jean pointed out Americans are suffering because the president of the reason he was impeached puts his personal and political interests above the country's. Gene the polling today on the presidential campaign. shows it simply is not in the polling right now. a path to victory for Donald Trump and the NBC poll fifty percent say they absolutely never under any circumstances will vote for Donald. Trump, so that they get fifty percent are locked away unavailable to him and Joe Biden just needs to build on that. Yeah, the polling we've saw today. especially. The NBC call that there are other polls today's and.

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"nbc news" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

American Elections: Wicked Game

04:26 min | 10 months ago

"nbc news" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

"You're about to hear a preview of into America a new podcast from NBC News and MSNBC. It's a show about politics about policy and about the power. Both have in shaping the lives of the American people each week host Tremaine Lee helps everyday. Americans share their stories as together. We face a health crisis that is unprecedented. In the modern era he's joined by a team of NBC News journalists to make sense of this extraordinary moment in American life search for into America wherever you're listening right now to subscribe new episodes premiere. Every Thursday march nineteenth Victoria an Indo arrive for prenatal checkup. Victoria's pregnancy is considered high risk. Because she's a diabetic so these checkups are really important. Like right at the front door of the clinic. They had stopped my partner like. I'm sorry you can't come in. I was very much thrown off. I was like I'm sorry. What Indo was turned away told he had to wait. Outside social distancing for safety sake they probably saw the look on their face like yeah really really. Sorry but no visitors at the same appointment. Another blow Victoria learned that her hospital was tightening up the rules. For the delivery room. She would be allowed only one person with her for the birth her mom or her partner but not both anything. I'm so grieving the fact that I am not going to have my mother there which is really was really devastating to me as of last week and even that small little thing that I had planned to. My head is not going to happen. You know so pretty upsetting but and she's worried that this could escalate a nurse mention her. That by the time Victoria delivers the hospital might bar anyone besides staff from the room. That means Victoria would be all alone when you are in pain. When you're going through this experience you need someone to help your advocate. Your voice you need someone not only there to encourage you but sometimes you do need someone to speak for you and to not have that person. There is really is really hard to swallow. If something you know God forbid would happen to me or the baby like you want your partner to be there to help make those hard decisions you know if there's a time where I'm incapacitated. My baby is going to be alone. Hospitals everywhere are having to make these hard calls balancing the need for support during birth with the need to limit the risk of corona virus in New York. Have some private hospitals barred partners from the delivery room governor? Andrew Cuomo issued an order that all hospitals allow at least one companion in the room during childbirth. We reached out to the hospital where Victoria plans to give birth. Kaiser Permanent Days Medical Center. They told us that as of now. They're single visitor. Policy stands but victorious concerns. Don't stop at the hospital like so many new moms. She's mccown help from family and friends when she gets home But for now it looks like it would just be Victoria. Indo and their new baby. I didn't expect me and my partner to do this alone. We have big families. They were all planning to come visit. My mom was a postpartum nurse herself. Like if I needed help with breastfeeding and she was gonna be the person who is going to help me do that. And she can't what advice has has your mother given you about Childbirth and especially giving birth now. But she's she's been in this field for a long time as well like what is she telling you. My mom is like the most positive person the world so you know when she calls me. She's empathetic. She tells me that thing that she would always tell me. Whenever I was upset about anything. Which is that. I'm GONNA be totally okay. You don't you don't believe her. No I believe her. She's right eighteen. Gobi okay. It just sucks.

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"nbc news" Discussed on 1865

1865

04:26 min | 10 months ago

"nbc news" Discussed on 1865

"You're about to hear a preview of into America a new podcast from NBC News and MSNBC. It's a show about politics about policy and about the power. Both have in shaping the lives of the American people each week host Tremaine Lee helps everyday. Americans share their stories as together. We face a health crisis that is unprecedented. In the modern era he's joined by a team of NBC News journalists to make sense of this extraordinary moment in American life search for into America wherever you're listening right now to subscribe new episodes premiere. Every Thursday march nineteenth Victoria an Indo arrive for prenatal checkup. Victoria's pregnancy is considered high risk. Because she's a diabetic so these checkups are really important. Like right at the front door of the clinic. They had stopped my partner like. I'm sorry you can't come in. I was very much thrown off. I was like I'm sorry. What Indo was turned away told he had to wait. Outside social distancing for safety sake they probably saw the look on their face like yeah really really. Sorry but no visitors at the same appointment. Another blow Victoria learned that her hospital was tightening up the rules. For the delivery room. She would be allowed only one person with her for the birth her mom or her partner but not both anything. I'm so grieving the fact that I am not going to have my mother there which is really was really devastating to me as of last week and even that small little thing that I had planned to. My head is not going to happen. You know so pretty upsetting but and she's worried that this could escalate a nurse mention her. That by the time Victoria delivers the hospital might bar anyone besides staff from the room. That means Victoria would be all alone when you are in pain. When you're going through this experience you need someone to help your advocate. Your voice you need someone not only there to encourage you but sometimes you do need someone to speak for you and to not have that person. There is really is really hard to swallow. If something you know God forbid would happen to me or the baby like you want your partner to be there to help make those hard decisions you know if there's a time where I'm incapacitated. My baby is going to be alone. Hospitals everywhere are having to make these hard calls balancing the need for support during birth with the need to limit the risk of corona virus in New York. Have some private hospitals barred partners from the delivery room governor? Andrew Cuomo issued an order that all hospitals allow at least one companion in the room during childbirth. We reached out to the hospital where Toria plans to give birth. Kaiser Permanent Days Oakland Medical Center. They told us that as of now. They're single visitor. Policy stands but victorious concerns. Don't stop at the hospital like so many new moms. She's mccown help from family and friends when she gets home But for now it looks like it would just be Victoria. Indo and their new baby. I didn't expect me and my partner to do this alone. We have big families. They were all planning to come visit. My mom was a postpartum nurse herself. Like if I needed help with breastfeeding and she was gonna be the person who is going to help me do that. And she can't what advice has has your mother given you about Childbirth and especially giving birth now. But she's she's been in this field for a long time as well like what is she telling you. My mom is like the most positive person the world so you know when she calls me. She's empathetic. She tells me that thing that she would always tell me. Whenever I was upset about anything. Which is that. I'm GONNA be totally okay. You don't you don't believe her believe her she's right. Eighteen Gobi okay. It just sucks.

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"nbc news" Discussed on American Innovations

American Innovations

02:13 min | 11 months ago

"nbc news" Discussed on American Innovations

"Right thank you. I don't get around all right. Thank you jerome. Lewis greets me at the front door of a house on a quiet residential block in East New York. He's got a young face and is on the shorter side. But you can tell he's athletic. Jerome is a middle school teacher and the basketball coach and meet up with him at six. Pm when he's just getting home from work. I've been here for thirty three years. I'm thirty two years old so I was born and raised. Never moved out of this neighborhood. I'm the Commissioner of the basketball tournament around the Corner Hawk on what else I'm a parent blackmail and Trinidadian descent on your entire life. You've been here in this neighborhood. I lived across the street. My Grandmother owns hours directly. Of course she was looking at it. When you're standing on my stoop and then my mother bought this house so my entire life. I lived two thousand one in that one east. New York has a reputation of being poor and dangerous. When you think back what was life like grown up in this neighborhood growing up. I mean it was hard depending on who you are. I've grown up in a better position than many of my friends who are like a little more financially unstable like my mother bought this out like. I don't really have many friends who I can say you know. Their parents are homeowners or college. Graduates like when. I say that I mean friends that I've known without going to college and I'm I'm telling my friends I grew up wit but I've been around it. I've seen some things happened just basketball. Kept me out of that. You know but Rome says. His interactions with police label started when he was in middle school. He would do stupid things like steal a bag of chips from the corner store but he also remembers feeling that something as harmless as the way he looked or worse pants could attract police attention. I always will basketball shorts under so you know you got silky basketball shorts on your pants aren't the tightest you know. So they'll sag a little bit. You'll see a little bit of you know you'll see a little shorts coming up at the top of the pants look like they're sagging and then you're automatically a target.

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"nbc news" Discussed on American Innovations

American Innovations

02:43 min | 11 months ago

"nbc news" Discussed on American Innovations

"On a Sunday in mid-november former New York City mayor. Michael Bloomberg took a car out of Manhattan across the East River to the outer limits of Brooklyn. He had an appearance scheduled at the Christian Cultural Center of Black Mega Church in East New York. There was something. The former mayor wanted to get off his chest overtime. I've come to understand something that I long struggled to admit to myself. I got something important wrong. I got something important really wrong. A little more than six years after leaving office bloomberg apologize for policing tactic. He championed known. Stop and Frisk. I didn't understand that back. The full impact that stops were having on the black and Latino communities I was totally focused on saving lives but as we know good intentions aren't good enough but I can't change history however today. I want you to know that I realized back then I was wrong. And I'm sorry. And then one week later. I'm glad to announce that I am running for president. Defeat Donald Trump and to unite and rebuild America. He announced his run for the presidency. As a former mayor of America's largest city who wants govern New York as a Republican but is entering the Democratic primary in a new era. The party has moved left on criminal. Justice issues and candidates are now having to account for policing policies that devastated some American community's part of the reason they have to address this type of criticism is because they know the importance of the black vote. It's not a monolith but it's essential to capturing the Democratic nomination so Michael Bloomberg goes to East New York. He apologizes for this thing. He did as mayor he announces. He's running for president and boom. He's addressed it. Turns out for voters is more complicated than it. I'd rather somebody new that I don't know a lot of me. I don't care what he says. He's not getting my vote. I'm sure mainly and this is into America. A podcast about politics about policy and the power. That both have in shaping the lives of the American people today. I'm going into Easily York to learn about the legacy of stop and Frisk in a community that has experienced it more than any other part of the city and I find out whether presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg can shake off this part of his record in order to have a real chance at Democratic.

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"nbc news" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"nbc news" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"For the United States. It's all just shaking out and if you think it's relevant at all tonight's debate voters orders hearing these Democrats who as as the president would tell. He says he won another another battle with them. Well you just played what I call the test. I caucus people said the president something wrong but don't believe in a single consequence for him. They're not even introducing bills of censure. Okay so they're just wringing the hands. This is terrible. Let's move on now the Democrats tonight. They're playing for a crowd that already has made up. Its mind and has reached each verdict on Donald Trump. And so I don't think they need to pound the pavement on this. They need to advance their own their own story. They're on sale. Sell a selling points. That's what they're gonNA focus on. But I do think there's a bit of a disconnect between this what's happening in Washington with trump on on this rampage of revenge and senators giving up on their constitutional oath. While we up here in New Hampshire and sometimes talking about who shaking hands getting sometimes caught up in what might be fun but also the trivial side of politics of you know. This is a very major week for the future American democracy. I don't think it is fully resonated with the public. Yeah partly because there's just so much mash together in the calendar which is partly the politician set for themselves on both sides David Corn and Lauren. Children are really interesting to hear from both of you. Thank you so much still ahead. We're we're going to dig into what's happening in that retaliation campaign including breaking news involving the man on your screen. Lieutenant Colonel Also Biden official joins us for his side of the case at a whole lot. More when we come back. If you don't know your numbers you don't Know Your Business. Most companies don't have a clear picture of their business.

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"nbc news" Discussed on AMS on the Air

AMS on the Air

11:19 min | 1 year ago

"nbc news" Discussed on AMS on the Air

"Katherine thank you so much for taking the time to talk with us today. You're all I have. The hearings are awesome. Yes my lightning bolt earrings end the necklace to match up. I know this is a podcast. They can't see a bunch of lightning both pain so you're NBC News Right now. Yeah previously at whether Channel Rat Linda How's it going? How how's the I guess? NEWISH GIG you've been there for. Yeah just over a year and it's going great. I moved from Atlanta to New York. I do live in the city so you know learning how to live in the city the life I was certainly an adjustment. My family is from the New York City area. So it wasn't that bad Did give up my car by the way I miss it every single day. But you do not need it living in New York Eric Working for NBC. News is so much fun. It's it's another level you know so. Every day. I get in my typical schedules. I work Monday through through Friday six. Am to three PM and that schedule allows me to help out with the today show. When I I get in and help with planning all the way through nightly news and then and also continue planning for the today show for the next day so I right now my main meteorologist that I work with our our roker and Dylan Dreyer Gio? So what does a typical day. There might might not be a typical day. But what does one look at that exists. Yes so the typical day and again every day is different. That's also why I love working in media. You kind of have have an idea of what you're working in two or walking into but you also don't know what's the top news story going to be. You know when you work in breaking news. Sometimes you literally do not know what's going to happen that day but a typical day my alarm goes off at four. AM which is early. But I also did. When I was at the weather channel I did many many years of two? Am Star so sleeping in a forum now for me. So that's I hop on the subway way early in the morning those city streets and I'm in the door usually at six. AM sharp are there is really no kind of time to get adjusted by six. AM The today show. Goes on the earth seven so everyone is in full planning mode full producing mode. And we're kind of in the last minute touches. especially if there's breaking news it's really hustling so I am doing any last minute Senate weather maps for al a lot of times especially if there's breaking weather you've got rainfall totals to talk about. Maybe some records are being set that we want to be in the show. So I'm adjusting scripts I'm checking headlines for meteorological accuracy which is important also for interest. We WanNa grab those viewers right away Then from seven to nine. I'm in the booth working the maps producing with Al with my other co workers who are beside me other meteorologists at NBC. And then after nine. It's almost like everything comes to a halt because the show's over and then we go immediately into meetings to plan the weather content for the whole rest of the day so it is nonstop. They say we have an hour lunch. Break we do not have an hour lunch. Break work launch so coming from the weather channel. I imagine you're working with mainly Meteorologist people with the weather background but now that's sort of big difference at the at NBC. I'm I'm sure it's a lot less Meteorologist working with what what do you think is the difference there. Like how do you have to do things differently. Talk differently or use different words. That is a a great question. The answer is yes but not necessarily in a bad way at actually gives me more of an editorial voice that I never had before when I was working at the weather channel. You said we're all meteorologists. We were all generally on the same page most of the time here. You know you've got the the weather unit also simultaneously the Climate Unit at NBC. We are whether voices for the entire giant network of NBC. So we will field questions and again help with reading scripts reading headlines Writing Scripts sometimes for NBC News All of the digital platforms so NBC News. Now obviously NBC News Dot Com as well as MSNBC. The list goes on and on so It is my job also to temper any hype you know it is the news. Watch us but but we do have that responsibility especially me as a scientist now recently a see you do have that scientific responsibility to you know. Don't let facts get in the way of a good story. That's kind of typical. Slogan of News I tried to let not let that happen. I try to make sure all the facts are correct. Everything is accurate and then you can get into the storytelling aspect. Gotcha so you mentioned that you went to Virginia tech yet or Hokey. I am a Hokey. That's great and you said You actually started UH meteorology program there. Yes so I certainly helped it When I first got to tech There was no school in Virginia that had a meteorology degree program. Graham And I knew I WANNA be meteorologist. So I'm thinking okay. How can I make it happen? Even though I don't have a degree program to literally do it so I remember member as a freshman walking into the office. He was the dean of the College of geography. And I said I want a meteorology program and you know for those of you who can't can't see me I am five foot one rounding up my nickname visit by feet of fury. So here I am a freshman blasting into the Dean's office saying we need a beater allergy elegy program and we need it now and there were a couple of meteorology courses within the geography department. So That's how I knew where to go. So I immediately paired up with the one meteorology instructor Dave Carroll who quickly became my mentor helped him build coursework Helped him build kind of storm chase field course that all students go on and I still see them out in the plains. Every year helped sit in on the interviews for new professors which is a little scary And then I continued there to get my graduate degree which also helped me build that program. Yes I actually. I was like every class I became available. I took it the first semester available and so there was a lot of feedback involved. I started the Meteorology Club. There you know we start. I remember the first meeting there. Were like eight of US weather geeks in there and now the club has just exploded in its gigantic doc and it makes me very happy. That's awesome yeah. I should've I should've done. I'm from Maryland and they didn't have a program at the time I didn't think starting my own that's really in business so it was really busy. I would say but I felt it was important and the important thing was I found other people who were also so interested in it also wanted a program so I built my little army and then they came with me to mediates. They helped me start the club so I had people full with me to help. Get that message Allen that's great So at Ms. When I tried to schedule for the interview you said you are busy with the CCM? I I guess you do the actual approval of see at at the conference. Yes so I just got my CCS which stands thank you. It was a rigorous process The idea to get it actually came from my business partner Crystal Egger she ours. We we started a company together and she found the CCN program we've both been members of the ams forever and she goes you know what this looks interesting. Maybe this would help our company. You know maybe you should get it and I look at the process and I'm like Oh oh my goodness. I don't know if I can do this. It's very rigorous. It's very hard but I thought okay. Let's give it a try so I remember. I decided I'm going to do this in the summer. Summer of two thousand eighteen and then a month later I got a new job in New York but I had already started the process. You know we have like three months to get through it and so I'm moving. I'm sorry new job I'm trying to do the CCM which was the hardest thing ever. It reminded me of getting my master's degree but even more difficult than that if you can believe in and then I came to ams last year It was in Phoenix. And I did the two hour long oral exam where I've got grilled by like fifteen people. Yes which they were. Current board members new board members. And I really didn't know it passed or not it was that difficult because CCM's we are trained to have a poker face so so what else in the exam. I didn't know if I was doing great. If I was bombing I had no clue and then I found out I passed which was wonderful now. They asked me to be aboard member. So Oh wow. I took the exam just last year and now I'm helping great it and it's been a big so now you're on the other side of that. I am underside. And he knows since I just did it a year ago. I can really empathize with all the people who are up there and clearly nervous and you know clearly terrified because I was them one year ago so trying to help them and through the process as best I can you mentioned that in part you you got your cesium because Your Business. ooh What's so what's Your Business Name. In what what. What do you do with the goal so my business? This is called monarch weather consulting and we are in small women owned business. There's four of us right now and for all the weather keeps out there monarch. It is for the butterfly fly because that is a hat tip to the butterfly favorite. That's my favorite butterfly monarch. I love monarch so much. I'm sort of insect. Yeah we must have been chat channel in your interest as well so I mean we have just built our company. Even since a year ago we were just coming up with the monarch name which which by the way we now just call ourselves monarchs which is super throwing? We do have a Hashtag boss Babes because we are small women owned The other people in the it was just crystal and me for a long time. I give crystal all the credit in the world. She's the one who started it and said Hey. I think we can do this so I call her the fearless leader of the company. And as we I started growing we brought on twin sister Lauren and she so I'm the scientists twin she is the art and I like to call her colored like the smarter twin. And if you will at least with street smarts Because she does marketing and advertising so I brought her on as the director of marketing. Now we are a startup so I pay her in pizza and wine right now. But it's great to have her on the team and she's another Virginia cokie and then the fourth person on our team is Ashley Ballard and she is is a genius. Also one of my former students also a hokey storm Chaser so crystal in other words is just surrounded by hokies which is super important. I think I'm just GonNa give her an honorary diploma point But I mean starting company is hard for everyone out there. especially if you have other gigs and you know other full-time jobs. But it's so much fun it gets me out of bed in the morning. It's entrepreneurship is exciting. To talk about every day being different you know. The highs and lows are real-life. Everybody needs to. I know that but it's also what you have a great team with you and all we do is encourage each other every day. I mean we have a group thread. Were just sharing. Funny Gifts funny means it just support each other and that might be the best part everyone talks about wanting to join Taylor swift squad. I think I want to join your squad. That sounds like a really cool. Yeah the guy you're successful. Yeah sounds like you also really enjoy it too so we do. We definitely do. Well thank you so much for taking a little bit of time to talk with US really appreciate eight at yeah..

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"nbc news" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"nbc news" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"McConnell. But we'RE GONNA get back to that later. We'll be back anytime. David Fromm Maybe going back. Many Times won't help it is it. You could also see Donald Face. How little he likes Mitch? McConnell and how. How much less Mitch? McConnell likes him. And there's there's a calculation that every Republican asked to be doing every Republican senator which is if wishing fairy told you that you would keep the Senate either way would you be happier with president trump or without him and I think if Republicans are sure they can keep their majority. They'd be happier without him. Yeah and and Jonathan Alan. There's another big question for Mitch. McConnell and other Republicans. Let's just assume assume for a moment. Mitch McConnell himself that. He was not up for reelection election next year. That big question is who do they really want at the top of the ticket next year do they really want. Donald trump at the top of the Republican can ticket next year. I mean the truth is for Mitch. McConnell like any congressional leader his priority is keeping his caucus as big as it possibly can be keeping a majority in his case He'll do the calculation closer to the election as to whether Donald trump is better for that. 'cause or Mike Pence's better for that. 'cause I suspect that they think that an impeachment and removal is such a jarring odd consequence that it's difficult to recover from but We'll we'll wait and see. And David the the lesson here on trying to nationalize impeach the impeachment 'cause trying to nationalize the defense of Donald Trump if he wanted to run that test as a Republican and and kind of fix it. So that you'd get a positive result you would take that test to replace like say Kentucky. which is what they did? It's not like it's some swing state or they took it to Kentucky and they they couldn't get Kentucky voters to stand up and say yes. We are opposed to impeachment. Look the story of the trump presidency has just this that in in twenty twenty The Republicans discovered that their classic cocktail was not palatable anymore to American voters and so in two thousand sixteen they said well what if we I put a little donald trump spicy seasoned salt around the Rim of the cocktail it doesn't become more palatable and they discovered a lot of actually more economically hard pressed S. culturally conservative white voters especially men will drink the cocktail with trump sees me what medicaid plus trump vote shows in Kentucky is trump seasoning. No longer longer works. And the Republican message of less Medicaid for you people at tasting at their not enjoying it. Yeah and Jonathan. What's so important about that is this is exactly what Donald Trump trump has tried to do? Donald Trump has spent his presidency trying to take healthcare away from people trying to repay repeal completely obamacare and so the the campaign run against Matt. Bevin and Kentucky is the campaign you would run against Donald Trump national. It's so hard to tell sometimes Florence because the president talks about How he's going to preserve various things? That government is trying to take away. At the very same time goes out on the stump and talks about preserving preserving Medicare. But then you look in his budget and it's undercutting Medicare. He says he's going to preserve a pre existing condition protections and their government is doing to undermine and You would think that that's Something that the Democratic presidential candidates are going to spend a Lotta time on in this primary and eventually nominee will spend a lot of time in on in the general. The Election Democratic candidates did in the midterms to great success and trump will have to defend what his record is and David. I think the Democrats have enough video video of Donald Trump saying he was going to repeal obamacare completely That they'll be able to. I think pretty clearly make the case. Donald Trump was trying to do and has in many ways. Done the same thing that Matt Bevin was doing and that video will do one more thing and you'll see that tomorrow. which is these things get inside Donald? Trump's head I mean the the real natural politicians and the OBAMAS the Clintons the George W Bush is they. I mean they're like boxers they take a punch shake it off their back in the ring. Donald Trump these these things get inside his head. They work on him and his own game begins to deteriorate as he takes on board things more professional politicians. which shake off? And forget the next day. Jonathan Allen Ellen. How long do we have to wait for the trump tweets blaming all of this unmet t minus three seconds warrants? Hell how long do we. We have to go before the Eleventh Hour and David. That's another part of this is that Donald Trump is now sitting in the White House. Tonight watching this stewing thinking who does he blame. Who who's who was the nut in his operation who let him go to Kentucky All of that how he dealt with and trump world tomorrow. I just glance glance at twitter a second ago. I think that's already happening. I think there's already a statement from the trump campaign saying that donald trump almost successfully dragged matt. Bevin over the finish line. That is the they're they're keeping the blame on him and now every Republican officeholder has to think wait a moment. Wait a minute. Is that going to happen to me. Are you going to kick me if I get into trouble. David from Jon Allan Thank you both for joining us with this live coverage on election night. Really Appreciate Hey. It's Chris as you know. Sometimes it's good to just take a step back from the day-to-day onslaught plot news.

"nbc news" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"nbc news" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Ask in our public schools because we believe in the next generation of Kentucky and our schools are the foundation of our communities. Every kid has the right to get a world class education that opens up every door that they can walk through and we can only provide those opportunities by more election news tonight including in the state of Virginia. GENU- let's go straight to Steve Kornacki for the latest on Kentucky Steve. NBC is calling a shared the apparent winner of what. What are we waiting for for confirmation there? Yeah so basically. You can see the margin here. It is inside of one percent here. This is a four tenths of one percent. Sent the margin here. Five thousand eight hundred and one votes every precinct we have every precinct in the state accounted for. What is happening now? Now is Matt Bevin. The governor has there it is we just had A. I wanted to figure out what just happened there. I think I may know this. This is where we had discrepancy. And I wasn't sure in this this Woodford county right outside of Lexington. Our numbers were lagging behind the associated. Press's we were trying to figure out this is. This is the one discrepancy discrepancy. That was on the board. What it basically did I apologize? Lawrence's literally happen as we right here but basically it updated a few thousand votes the totals for Bevan and for Bashir. But you can see it's still lands at about five thousand. Do the quick math five thousand one hundred and Twenty six votes fifty one twenty six. That's what it lands at right here. Matt Bevin. The governor has said he's not conceding this election what he does right now is he has the right if he wants. He didn't say necessarily he's doing this. He has the right to file bio for a recount. There's no automatic recount provisions in Kentucky. But what he would have to do if he wants to take that route is he'd have to go to court. He'd have to go to a judge apparently in his his speech tonight. He alluded to discrepancies. Not Clear exactly what he might be referring to irregularities excuse me but he would have to put that in writing. He'd have to go to a judge he'd have to to get a judge to say okay. There's going to be a recount but there's a possibility he's going to seek that there's a possibility the judge is gonNA give him that and Steve Terms of vote count tonight. What what more are we going to see in in Kentucky? That's it. I think what you just saw there in Woodford county was the last one it was. It was a thing where the Associated Press is doing a running counter. This and we've been doing a running count. We were trying to reconcile it. That's the little change there you just saw but otherwise I said every precinct in this state is accounted for so if Bevan is ultimately going to become the winner of this race he would have to get a recount. A recount have to turn up something that we are not seeing in these results anymore precincts that come in Kentucky tonight that we put Bevan ahead. Steve put this Democratic Gang just in the vote count in Kentucky in perspective. Donald Trump won the state by thirty points. I I hear you see a Democratic candidate. Statewide running for governor the day after Donald Trump went down there and said this election is about impeachment actually really put in tried to put impeachment on the ballot in Kentucky and for the Democrat to even make the race. This close we would be talking about it. Even if the Democrat was coming in the second I think there are a couple of things that happened. I think when you're a Democrat and you win a governor's race in Kentucky. A lot of things have to go right for you. There are two things I draw your attention to one. I've been talking about tonight right. It's in the suburbs. It's Cincinnati is. This is the northern part of Kentucky. Here on the other side of the Ohio River there is Cincinnati's suburbs of Cincinnati. These three counties that Kinda the judge out here population wise these are pretty big counties. They make up about ten percent of the state population. They are traditionally Republican bastions. Traditionally Republican candidates get pretty pretty big pluralities out of here. Help them win statewide. That is not what happens. Not you see. Two of these. Three counties in the Cincinnati suburbs actually flipped and went democratic. Went for Bashir. You're in the third. That's Boone County. Read one right here. Bevan ran ten points off what he did. The last time around easier counties trump did well in two thousand sixteen but tonight they went far towards if the Democrats away from Republicans I think that is part Lawrence of the National Story. We've been talking about suburbs across the country. That's where you've seen the most dramatic movement in the last couple of years. There's during the trump presidency away from the Republican Party of Donald Trump and toward the Democratic Party. That was part of the story in Kentucky Tonight. The other part of the story in Kentucky Tonight Coal. Oh Country Rural Kentucky Eastern Kentucky in particular here Kentucky. He's an interesting state because we say trump state red-state wasn't always a red state way feedback. Kentucky was a deeply blue state democratic state it was blue collar culturally conservative but it was democratic. And what happens here is in eastern Kentucky you start to. CD's blue counties here check this out. This is a good example. Bath County Small County here but share wins at fifty two forty six. How big of a departure from twenty sixteen is that look at this? Donald Trump got sixty seven percent. Here in two thousand sixteen. He won by thirty seven. Bevan lost this county six. You see this throughout here. Trump won by twenty two. Who By nineteen you can go up? See Nicholas County. Here's another when trump won by forty one points in two thousand sixteen Bevin couldn't even carry it tonight so it's an an interesting phenomenon here where you have to call it. Incest truly democratic. These are folks who live in rural they were born Democrats. They've kept their democratic credit registration. A lot of cases but they've started voting for Republicans at the national level. They certainly voted for Donald Trump. Boy Did they go. Back to share in the Democrats VAUGHN Hilliard our reporter reporter down. There was saying one of the theories. That's out there is one of the reasons you heard your mentioned this in his speech. His Father Steve Bashir the former governor. He did very very well in these areas and it might have been impart the Bashir feeling name might have reassured some of these voters and brought them back into the democratic fold but you had looked trump last night giving being that speech trump coming to Kentucky. This these are exactly the kind of places he thought he was going to fire up and he was going to get behind Bevan. Carry over the top Bevin need to do better in coal country trick Steve. Thank you very much. You've the queued up von Hilliard. For US perfectly. We're going to go live now to NBC. News von Hilliard at Bashir Headquarters in Louisville Von What's the reaction there. Steve said it throughout the night all of a sudden. It's these numbers were coming in. And they were slowly coming in in there. I was talking.

"nbc news" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"nbc news" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"The last word with Lawrence O'Donnell leaving Rachel but we have the big results especially the big results in Kentucky where according to the Republican Party their view of the case in Kentucky okay the Socialists won tonight. Listen to this this is this is one of the ads and excerpt of one of the ADS. They were running right down to the end Socialists. In Washington Washington wants to impeach trump and take us backward. Andy Bashir is part of the radical resistance. And yet somehow somehow Andy Bashir this year one in a state that trump won by thirty points wacky right and Donald Trump went down there and put it on the line and told them last night. You know this will be bad for me. If I lose he he once again did that. Trump thing of personalizing that race to be about him and if he wants to make it about him. It's a very bad for him. That's right and if you've got if you're going to play it your trough that way you're going to have to pay for it later on exactly. Yeah and now what. What we're we're now seeing what's going to be fascinating to see what's the Republican spin? After this we know what the Republicans was GonNa be which is Donald Trump went down there and save the day. Okay so so what is it now. What what do they say tomorrow? What is what does Mitch McConnell Thinking Tonight Mitch? McConnell's numbers in Kentucky. His popularity is not good to to put it mildly Mitch McConnell is up for reelection next year. What does this mean for him? I was talking to von Hilliard. Who is down at Andy? Bashir headquarters earlier this hour. Actually as we were just getting in the NBC News Call about share being the apparent winner. And what Vaughn was saying at the time that that call came in was that Mitch McConnell's numbers look basically Siklie exactly like Matt Bevins' numbers in Kentucky and this is the last statewide race. That's going to happen there before. Mitch McConnell is up statewide to try to hold onto his his Senate seat and so every race is different. That'll be a presidential election year and there'll be a lot going on but it can't look good. I imagine that the Republicans will try to make this a personal loss for Matt. Bevin that that doesn't say anything about anybody. Rachel the winner has taken the stage in Kentucky. We're going to share headquarters right now. In Louisville. Let me first I start by thanking my running mate Jacqueline Coleman..

"nbc news" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

12:34 min | 1 year ago

"nbc news" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Now it's time for the last word with Lawrence Donald Evening Learning Rachel and that explains the Nancy Pelosi and Mitch McConnell both talking about the possibility of this movie into the Senate around Thanksgiving yes because the calendar doesn't make sense unless there's a crunch factor in there that we haven't been able to see from the initial scheduling the depositions that mostly means the staff working weekends on the depositions we'll we'll see how many members actually show up weakened position Sarah Point thank you thank you we'll be operating principle of Donald Trump's presidency is to govern by lie and so he lied today when explaining why he surrendered due to the resistance once again this weekend donald trump's surrendered to the resistance that rose up after he announced his illegal and unconstitutional plan to the next seven meeting to a trump hotel so that the American government and foreign governments would be paying donald trump directly at the same time we'll get to that later in this hour trump lies and stupidity go hand-in-hand Donald Trump depends on a sort of collective stupidity for people to believe his lies they morning he issued a deeply disturbing tweet about the situation in Syria and the Kurds and in the tweet he lied about bringing our soldiers home he also got the secretary evinces name wrong and that's what makes it a classic trump presidential tweet the combination of deceit and stupidity with carelessness calling Defense Secretary Mark Casper Mark Esperanto got trump a lot of really hugh on twitter yesterday and a lot of laughs but I couldn't laugh this time sometimes I do sometimes laugh at trump nonsense and sometimes I just can't and I'm sure you well have those moments can't quite tell when they're gonNA come it's kind of a mood thing times when you laugh about trump and time you just can't for whatever reason this one was one of those moments for me where I couldn't laugh and the Mark Esperanto tweet did not strike me as funny it actually felt deadly serious normally typos on twitter ain't nothing but a Typo is when you type something by mistake that you know is wrong and you usually go correct it pretty quickly there's no reason for anyone in the world old to be confident that the president of the United States actually knew the real name of his defense secretary when he typed him as s onto but if we just limit ourselves to the typos just the typos in trump tweets and an official White House statements written by the least competent White House staff in history the number of written mistakes by Donald Trump and the people working for him in the White House is now something close to the number of stars in the sky and in a typical presidency you can spend a year looking for a Typo in an official White House Document and not find one these mistakes mean a lot from Donald Trump and the people working for you him they just don't care about details they don't know how to care about details and that explain anes has constant refusal to care about details he doesn't know how explains everything about Donald Trump's presidency from his deadly decision about the Kurds in Syria to his alleged criminal conduct described in the report and revealed in his own words in his phone call with the president of Ukraine he does not know how to care about details and so we'll take some time at the end of the hour tonight to consider in all seriousness the clear and present danger of having a president of the United States who might or might not have thought for a few hours yesterday four the White House corrected his tweet that his defense secretary is Mark Esperanto Donald Trump's lifelock long inability to care about details including details like the law is what has him on the verge of impeachment by the House representatives where the House Democrats are now working on an outline of what will become the impeachment case against the president in an exclusive report tonight. NBC News Says House Democrats are zeroing in our frame work for their impeachment case against President Donald Trump that will center on a simple abuse of power narrative involving the president's actions regarding Ukraine according to multiple people familiar with the deliberations Democratic House Committee chairs and leaders are still debating the need for possible additional articles of impeachment or charges that extend beyond the presence dealing with Ukraine but according to NBC News Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been adamant that the case against trump must be targeted and easy to communicate in order to build public support according to those familiar with discussions tomorrow morning ambassador Bill Taylor the Act some Basha to Ukraine who sent a text message calling a quid pro quo over military assistance to Ukraine crazy that was his word which is very easy to understand it is he is scheduled to be deposed tomorrow morning now now that it appears absolutely certain that there are more than enough democratic votes for impeachment in the house resentatives there is also a crack in the Republican Wall in the House representatives on Friday Republican Congressman Francis Rooney said that he is open to the possibility of voting for impeachment telling reporters I've been real mindful of the fact that during Watergate all the people I knew said Oh they're just abusing Nixon and it's a witch hunt out it wasn't a witch hunt it was really bad when asked if the president's dealings with Ukraine amount of impeachable offense Carbon Rooney said this I don't know I want to study it some more I want to hear the next set of testimony next week from a couple more passengers but it certainly very very serious and troubling and the very next day on Saturday congressman Rooney's boldness came into clearer perspective when he announced that he is not going to run for re election to his house and the Senate Mitt Romney is becoming increasingly comfortable with the role of Republican senator who might vote to convict Donald Trump in his impeachment trial in the Senate in an interview with the Atlantic's McKay coppins Senator Rondi said he will make up his mind signed about the impeachment case when he hears all of the evidence at the impeachment trial Senator Romney told McKay coppins at this stage I am strenuously avoiding trying in to make any judgment and Mitt Romney did another interview this weekend with axios on HBO ruling on TV and saying will you investigate my political opponent is wrong it's a mistake It was shocking for the in my opinion for the president to do so and a mistake for him to do so I can't imagine coming to different point of view we certainly can't have president's asking foreign countries to provide something of political value that is after all against the law leading off our discussion tonight or NBC News Correspondent Heidi Prisma Heidi broke the report about Democrats be focusing on the abuse of power in their articles of impeachment MSNBC political analyst is with higher let me start with you and your breaking news reporting about what the Democrats are considering a window now whether Nancy Pelosi or their whether nets Posey wants once start within policy a single article of impeachment that is simply about the phone call with the president of Ukraine or the possibility of including say elements of the Mullahs report obstruction of justice in separate articles of HBO we do know Lawrence that right now she wants a simple article with an umbrella being abuse of power and underneath that everything that has offend with regards to Ukraine which included includes that phone call it includes the reports of a quid pro quo about the military aid it includes Shing aside the former ambassador to Ukraine in order to install the president handpicked confidants who referred to themselves as the three Amigos who then helped to push the Ukrainians to try and cook up charges against the binds it includes all of those things but it is narrowly focused in the sense that it does just focus on Ukraine Lawrence still under debate is the second wave of charges which would be related to obstruction of justice contempt of Congress believe it or not that's actually a much more difficult and contentious one to decide on whether that is going to be just Ukraine where they think they have a really strong case the October Eighth White House letter from Pat Sip Baloney the White House counsel basically telling Congress to to you know go go you know where and and the they're just not going to comply with anything and whether they're going to include anything on Muller and obstruction Lawrence I'm told there it's a little more difficult because Congress where did get the chief witness in the obstruction charges Don mcgann to testify before Congress and they don't want to give any excuses for anybody to not support what they believe is a clear cut case of an impeachable offense when it comes as well to obstruction Heidi indication in your reporting of what the process will be how will the Democrats arrive at a consensus of what the shape of the articles should the big that's still really early Lawrence and I must stress that in my reporting that while there is this big umbrella focus on the narrative of abuse of power. The speaker's office did caution me that the actual legal drafting of articles has not begun because they haven't collected all of the evidence yet and all of the information but historically what would happen is that all of the committees would send in their best information Jerry Nadler the judy committee chairman has already called on all committees to send their best information to judiciary which would then be tasked with drying up specific articles but make no mistake the speaker is going to be the one who drives this all and who makes all of these decisions as to specifically how many articles that are going to be and right now again we're a snapshot in time but according to my reporting the thing that has been decided is the abuse of power narrative that they will hammer out something obstruction slash contempt of Congress but the additional articles at this time are unlikely now that could change with pushback from various stakeholders and committee chair people who've been doing months of investigative work on issues like emoluments who believe that the president is clearly violating that constitution by being continuing to you know own his companies and benefit from the presidency with the trump hotel in Washington and foreign governments there taking up in order to curry favor with him but right now we're just looking at abusive power in Ukraine and then something separate on obstruction and Ukraine and maybe something from the Miller Report Mika with your experience working in the House on the Democratic staff side how does that sound to you and do you think the House General Democrats would agree to that approach I think it's always a challenge to manage a caucus diverses one that's in the majority you've got people with a lot of different competing political interests here and a lot of different kinds of concerns but one thing that we've learned is that Nancy Pelosi is a master politician and her ability to under Dan exactly where the caucus is what they can support and what the political implications are that is unmatched and then she's going to be able to marry that with what is the legal ace for impeachment of the President I think that her instinct make it as simple as possible to understand with umbrella of abuse of power is really helpful all too often democrats can really get bogged down in process arguments.

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"nbc news" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"nbc news" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Mitchell shall receive an emmy for lifetime achievement next Tuesday at the news and Documentary Emmy ceremony. She's NBC's chief. Foreign Affairs correspondent and anchor of MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell reports over the a year. She's covered Congress the White House presidential campaigns. The State Department Mitchell has also been a trailblazer for women journalists. What what were some of the preconceptions you had to fight about women. The preconceptions initially were that women could just not do hard news that they had to do women's social news you know fashion food family and it was defined very rigorously. Women couldn't cover politics. Women women couldn't cover the military and better women than I who preceded me started breaking down those doors and certainly by the time I got to NBC forty one years ago there was a woman White House correspondent but very few others and so it was was really still a challenge. I did consider myself a feminist because there were so many barriers I had a very strong wrong mother and older sister and father who kept telling his daughters we could do anything we wanted to do and encouraged us in every every adventure. You've referred to the conflict. You've felt about wanting to be nice wanting to be liked and on the other Dan asking really tough questions and knowing that that's not going to endear you to do the person you're asking that. You'RE GONNA get a lot of grief for that. I do want to be liked but when it comes to asking a tough question. I think I don't hesitate. That instinct takes over determination takes over the you never forget that your role is as a reporter. I is that what you told your mother when she criticized you for being rude shouting questions at president well she she really didn't like that. I shouted questions at Ronald Reagan because he would be going to the helicopter coming back from Camp David David from the helicopter and that was the only chance we had when we went months without a press conference and so yes we shouted questions and sometimes he would stop often he would pretend that he couldn't hear something he couldn't hear but often he would just point to his ears and point to his watch signal that he couldn't here but I I recall that my very first press conference with Reagan in Nineteen Eighty One I had come only a few months into the into his administration right after the assassination attempt. I started filling in more with Judy Woodruff and the late John Palmer who are White House correspondents and I got to a news conference and I prepared a question but I was you know cautioned not to expect much because I was going to be sitting way in the back of the East Room you know under the cameras in the last row and he called on me and I later later learned from his staff that he's actually said when he looked at the picture book and he had not memorized the names of the correspondence none of them except you know maybe maybe a few of the front row folks. He kept looking he said No. I want to call them that. Nice woman who keep shouting questions at me and no no and then and they showed up they showed my picture and said that's that's what I WANNA call and they said no you don't because they already knew me but he did he so we called on me at that very first news conference and thank goodness. I had a question ready. You're known for your tough questions and you so you learned everything you know about questioning artful dodgers from questioning. President Reagan I want you to explain that he was so adept apt with a quick some ad Lib joke at of aiding a question and you you know he was just very experienced from his years as an actor in his years at Ge Theater at speaking king in communicating publicly and so for reporters. It was always a a a somewhat combative attempt to pin them down and it was very hard to pin down. The staff was very nerve. His staff was very nervous about his age and you're about an incident. In July of Nineteen eighty-two early in the history of the space shuttle's the White House is planning a big patriotic arrival ceremony Edwards Air Force Base for the landing of the space shuttles and you learned that the space shuttle was going to make one extra orbit around the Earth to kind have stall for time so that Reagan could get an extra hour sleep How did you find that out. And how did you report it. I found Latte from sources who knew very well what the original schedule was and how it had been adapted by the. White House advanced people and when I reported it on on July fourth weekend on NBC nightly news it infuriated the Reagan staff and I was in the Doghouse I was sent to Coventry for quite some time for years in fact from some of them because it was such a sensitive issue of him getting enough sleep as I recall we got up in France France where the summit had been this would have been in the spring early summer of nineteen eighteen eighty two and flew to Rome where he fell asleep at the pope and then went on to England where he had a state dinner Windsor Castle with the Queen and he was obviously exhausted and over scheduled and in the middle of all this during that very the early hours of the morning before it even France Israel had invaded Lebanon so there was a foreign policy crisis on top of everything else so when we got to that moment when we were in California he was in Santa Barbara and polluted air force base. There was a tremendous premium by the first lady placed on his getting enough sleep and I I think that is the backstory that made this so sensitive. Let's take a break here and then we'll talk some more if you're just joining us my guest is Andrew Mitchell chief foreign affairs correspondent for NBC News. WHO's an anchor of Andrew Mitchell reports on MSNBC next week. She's going to get a lifetime achievement emmy at the news and Documentary Emmy Awards. We'll be right back. This is fresh air support for this podcast and the following message come from the Walton family foundation where opportunity takes aches route more information is available at Walton Family Foundation Dot Org. Maybe.

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"nbc news" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

10:56 min | 1 year ago

"nbc news" Discussed on Fresh Air

"I'm terry gross with with fresh air today. Andrea Mitchell chief foreign affairs correspondent for NBC News and Anchor of her MSNBC show looks back on her career next week. She'll receive a lifetime achievement. Emmy Award Mitchell is known for asking powerful people tough questions and unnecessary shouting questions injury. You Sean will be strong. Did you have to learn how to have a really big voice. I don't think I had over the mitchells covered national politics for forty years but with trump. She's confronting issues. She didn't face with previous administrations sure they all all spin but they didn't lie from the cody and John Powers reviews the novel about an African American Texas Ranger searching for the vanished child of a white supremacist my guest Andrew Mitchell receive an emmy for lifetime achievement next Tuesday at the news and Documentary Emmy ceremony. She's she's NBC's chief. Foreign Affairs correspondent and anchor of MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell reports over the years. She's covered Congress. The White House presidential campaigns campaigns the State Department. She's reported from around the world including war-zones. She asked tough questions to presidents and dictators and various powerful people. We'll have tried to get her fired. Mitchell is also a trailblazer for women journalists. She started her career in nineteen sixty seven as a copy boy at KYW why w newsradio in Philadelphia she became famous in the city for her tough coverage of a tough and divisive mayor Frank Rizzo her reputation for asking asking hard questions and for shouting them if necessary has continued through her career. I recorded this interview with her yesterday. Shortly after the news broke the journalist cokie Roberts had died. We talked about cokie at the start of our interview. Andrew Mitchell welcome to fresh air and congratulations our new emmy. You have certainly certainly earned it. It's such an honor and a little bit overwhelming something. I did not expect but I guess if you live long enough you get awards like he's not necessarily it takes more than living long enough so before we look back on all the years you've done so far in your career. I I want to talk a little bit with you about another pioneering woman journalist and that's cokie Roberts who worked with NPR for many years and at ABC News and you came up at similar times. You were both women journalists in broadcasting at times when there were very a few women in broadcasting in the journalism and things were you close. Did you know her well. We were close as we were friends. She was a mentor and she's really irreplaceable. She was literally raised in the halls of Congress so she knew Washington so intimately. Her father was the majority leader the late Hale boggs her mother later Congresswoman Lindy boggs than ambassador to the Vatican just spoke to how much she was a fabric of this town in the best sense of it always able as a journalist to take things on but but also understanding family faith the politics of course at twenty two national conventions on the floor AH on ABC with David Brinkley who was one of my mentors when he was the CO anchor of NBC nightly news before he went to ABC so we shared a father figures if you will did you cokie. Roberts talk much about being women in journalism. Did you do things to support each other other even when you were working for competing networks cokie and I did so many things together along with several others judy woodruff my close friend but cokie was there before any of us in Washington at National Public Radio such a mentor and friend friend and path breaker and she spoke out for women's she wrote about women and her book she wrote about the First Lady's and then breast cancer. It was diagnosed in two thousand and two. I was diagnosed in two thousand eleven and is she. You know helped comfort explain he'll to so many women with this disease and then of course her recurrence and the fact that she eventually succumbed to the side effects some of the treatment. It's it's just profoundly upsetting obviously and it's such a loss to women to journalists and to everyone in Washington and throughout the country in the world well Andrea Mitchell. I WanNa talk about you. This is a celebratory occasion for you. You're getting the Emmy Award for lifetime achievement. I I WANNA play. You're pretty recent clip. I mean you are famous for asking tough of questions and standing up to powerful people not backing down not being intimidated. This is an example of that and it's from twenty seventeen seventeen about seven weeks after president trump was inaugurated and this is the kind of famous moment in your career rex tillerson person than secretary of State had not answered questions from reporters in his public appearances and he was doing a photo op with the Ukrainian Foreign Minister at the State Department a mint in you just started shouting questions at him and at the end of this clip we will hear you being escorted out of the room so here's Andrew Mitchell trying to get rex Tillerson T. answer her questions for Mister. Secretary China has said there will be consequences for the deployment now all of anti missile defenses in South.

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"nbc news" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"nbc news" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

"Ladies and gentlemen we invite you to meet the meet the apprentice depress my guest today is my boss so this could be my last interview ever eighty latkes chairman of nbc news but he's also the executive producer of a new two hour special called hope and fury and okay the movement in the media this new documentary film examines how dr martin luther king junior and others in the civil rights movement use the power of the media particularly the visual media to bring attention to the challenges they were facing andy lack welcome to my podcast here nineteen forty seven it was very good year too yes it was yes it was we we love nineteen forty seven so the premise i take it the premise of the documentary is this without television perhaps the civil rights movement takes a lot longer i guess it would be one way to put is that is that a fair way of is john lewis has a beautiful line in the film without television the civil rights movement would have been a bird without wings and that that that's sums it up pretty good what did you this has been a personal passion of yours to the civil rights movement in general and i think i'd like to explore it a little bit with you you you have a project at mississippi and you've been you have mississippi's kind of a second home explain well i appreciate you bring it up i have a news organization in mississippi that i'm very proud of it's a nonprofit digital first news outlet that is called mississippi today and it's supported by ford foundation in walden foundation knightfoundation a lot of good people who care deeply about journalism and particularly local news i'm mississippi boy my family roots your southern boy from florida i'm well miami that some people say miami is so far south it's north well style.

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