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"najibullah zazi" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"najibullah zazi" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And I watched as the towers fell one after the other. Number thinking how many people I might know in those buildings? The husband of my mother, sister, My uncle through marriage working in one of the towers. He was late to work that way. Otherwise went late to work that day. Otherwise he'd be gone. And remember recognizing and saying out loud We are goingto war change the course of my life. Otherwise I likely would have been someone who I went to work on Wall Street or management consulting or something. Try to find my way to enough success and comfort that I could get a decent house in the suburbs. Find a nice wife. Call it a day. Instead, I joined the CIA got assigned to the counterterrorism center. Want to Iraq, northern Iraq when it was a particularly spicy area of the country in 2007 went back to central Iraq in 2008 deployed to Afghanistan in 2009. And came home from that work for the NYPD Intelligence division came in right after the fight. Najibullah Zazi attack on then was assigned to the NYPD Task force. Working the Faisal Shahzad case. The Times Square bomber, among other Averted attacks that we worked on during my time there. So it obviously changed the course of my life, but I was very lucky. And that I didn't have any family members lost and I know so many of you did. I was very lucky that I wasn't a fireman or a member of the NYPD or a flight attendant on one of those flights or a pilot. Or someone working in the Pentagon that day. What did we learn from 9 11 as a country. One thing is that evil exists and if it can catch you sleeping, it will You have to be ever vigilant because there will be evil forces at work in this world, no matter how powerful wealthy, successful we are As a nation. There will be those Ideologies. Those beliefs those impulses. From other human beings to tear us down and destroy us. I know it became something of a laugh line among the liberal left for a while that they hate us for our freedom. But the people that drove planes into those buildings did in fact, hate us for our freedom. And their comrades and colleagues today. Haven't changed their ideological predispositions at all. They're absolutely in agreement with that, that if they could destroy us as a society, they would And then there are those within our own country who you would think Would have rallied to our side, you would think would understand the stakes. And would stop rooting against us because of their own narrow parochial interests or their desire to always be proven right? As domestic radicals who want to see this country brought low and then transformed. They still are very much here is well. One of my strongest memories from 9 11 was the Gathering the on ly all school gathering that I can remember having when I was at Amherst College, pretty left wing place in central Massachusetts in the Pioneer Valley. I remember a professor. Standing up before the whole student body and saying, This is what happens when you make people angry. You see? To a certain kind of left wing intellectual to a certain kind of, let's just say it. Radical Democrats. Socialist Marxist. America actually got what it deserved. That day. There were people who were saying that then we remember this. This was a response to our foreign policy. There were academics who said this. There were journalists who believed this. Maybe they waited a while to write such things or say things out loud, but There was that belief there was a flag burning on my campus within Weeks of 9 11 explicitly these were students explicitly going forward to say. That we got what we deserved. So while we can all talk about our unity, and we should, because the vast majority of Americans yes, including our Our fellow Americans who are Democrats. Vast majority recognized what the gravity of the situation was and rallied to our flag and rallied to our country and we should remember that. There was an element within our own borders that saw what happened that sauce attacked in this Particularly dire and vulnerable moment and thought. This is something that we can work with. This will be advantageous for us. Do you even see some elements of that still today? Don't ever forget their enemies, Foreign and domestic. That's one of the lessons we should take from 9 11. Because neither of them have gone away as much progress as well as we've made it as many sacrifices. As our military law enforcement and first responders have engaged in over the last almost 20 years. With home selling like crazy recent, like give up any equity in.

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"najibullah zazi" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"najibullah zazi" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Instead, I joined the CIA got assigned to the counterterrorism center. Want to Iraq, northern Iraq when it was a particularly spicy area of the country in 2007 went back to central Iraq in 2008 deployed to Afghanistan in 2009. And came home from that work for the NYPD Intelligence division came in right after the fight. Najibullah Zazi attack. And then I was assigned to the NYPD Task force. Working the Faisal Shahzad case. The Times Square bomber, among other Averted attacks that we worked on during my time there. So it obviously changed the course of my life, but I was very lucky. And that I didn't have any family members lost and I know so many of you did. I was very lucky that I wasn't a fireman or a member of the NYPD or a flight attendant on one of those flights or a pilot. Or someone working in the Pentagon that day. What did we learn from 9 11 as a country. One thing is that evil exists and if it can catch you sleeping, it will You have to be ever vigilant because there will be evil forces at work in this world, no matter how powerful wealthy, successful we are as a nation. There will be those ideologies. Those beliefs those impulses. From other human beings to tear us down and destroy us. I know it became something of a laugh line among the liberal left for a while that they hate us for our freedom. But the people that drove planes into those buildings did in fact, hate us for our freedom. And their comrades and colleagues today. Haven't changed their ideological predispositions at all. They're absolutely in agreement with that, that if they could destroy us as a society, they would And then there are those within our own country who you would think Would have rallied to our side, you would think would understand the stakes. And would stop rooting against us because of their own narrow parochial interests or their desire to always be proven right? As domestic radicals who want to see this country brought low and then transformed. They still are very much here is well. One of my strongest memories from 9 11 was the Gathering the only all school gathering that I can remember having when I was at Amherst College, Pretty left wing place in central Massachusetts in the Pioneer Valley. I remember a professor. Standing up before the whole student body and saying, This is what happens when you make people angry. You see? To a certain kind of left wing intellectual to a certain kind of, let's just say it. Radical Democrats. Socialist Marxist. America actually got what it deserved. That day. There were people who were saying that then we remember this. This was a response to our foreign policy. There were academics who said this. There were journalists who believed this. Maybe they waited a while to write such things or say things out loud, but There was that belief there was a flag burning on my campus within Weeks of 9 11 explicitly these were students explicitly going forward to say. That we got what we deserved. So while we can all talk about our unity, and we should, because the vast majority of Americans yes, including our Our fellow Americans who are Democrats. Vast majority recognized what the gravity of the situation was and rallied to our flag and rally to our country, and we should remember that. There was an element within our own borders that saw what happened that sauce attacked in this Particularly dire and vulnerable moment and thought. This is something that we can work with. This will be advantageous for us. You even see some elements of that still today? Don't ever forget their enemies, Foreign and domestic. That's one of the lessons we should take from 9 11. Because neither of them have gone away as much progress as every as we've made it as many sacrifices. As our military law enforcement and first responders have engaged in over the last almost 20 years..

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"najibullah zazi" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"najibullah zazi" Discussed on 710 WOR

"But the fight then shifted a bit because yes, we still have Al Qaeda but things by the time I got out 2000 for 2005 things with Iraq or Spira spiraling out of control. But once we got to 2006 It was clear that the real jihadists, the major jihadist focal point, the battlefield was in fact Iraq, so I switched to the Iraq office from doing work against Al Qaeda leadership, effectively Al Qaeda leadership targeting Finding the bad guys. Finding the bad guys. Through just going through a ton of reports and intel and use it all the Fancy tricks and classified sources and methods at all the stuff that a CIA analyst has then all of a sudden I find myself doing the work of of that work on the Iraq desk. Whenever Abu Musab al Zarqawi, right Al Qaeda in Iraq, this became the biggest terrorist entity in the world. And I want Teo. I went to Iraq to try toe. Assist in the mission. Perhaps one day I'll have to write a memoir and get it cleared so I can talk more about that. And I went to Afghanistan once went back to Iraq later on, and then I went went to Afghanistan. Because of the surge in Taliban fighting and in preparation for the Obama administration's major surge of Marines into Helmand and and the rest of it. I'm sure you probably know and then I found myself back here, working At the NYPD Intelligence Division. And right after I joined right after the Najibullah Zazi case, that was the subway bomber, the guy that was going to blow up the subway. And then the Faisal Shahzad. Times Square bombing happened around in the middle of my time there. And we had worked that case, but there are many others as well. Some that came public some that you know, we're just kept in the intel realm of possible major mass casualty threats to the city of I think when they counted all up, it ended up being And end up being over. And this was as of a few years ago over 14 major plots against the city of New York after 9 11 Now, So many of you listening right now. Our NYPD or former NYPD yourself were served in the military Broad and God bless you. And thank you for what you've done. Actually wore the uniform. No at my best. I was trying to help the guys in the uniform. Find the worst of the worst find the bad guys to get them. I never put on the uniform myself, though, and I have a special respect. There's a riel. Dignity and honor and courage that that goes with actually wearing that uniform that many of you did. Now we think about what happened to our city the way that we all came together almost 20 years now, 19 years after that incident That changed the world. And it took us time. A tremendous amount of blood and treasure lost an effort. What if somebody really looks back on this in 50 years when the historians look and see the war on terror? Which started because of those planes, hitting our buildings here in New York. And at the Pentagon in D, C and the plane that went down because of those Patriots in Pennsylvania. The historians look back at this and 50 years, 100 years they will have to say they will be able to see In America that you and me, my fellow Americans. We won that war on terror that was started right here in NY C 19 years ago. Let's get into some of the news of the day, including what's going on. I've got I've got good news for you. Actually, there's another peace deal. What's the peace deal and much more coming up? But let's also make.

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"najibullah zazi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:35 min | 3 years ago

"najibullah zazi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Morgan, Hetty communists. Jim Glassman, BlackRock fixed income manager, Jeffrey Rosenberg and White House. Economic adviser Larry Kudlow, and we'll also have reaction from Federal Reserve officials as well. With remarks from half a dozen policymaker scheduled today, including an interview with Loretta mess. Stor. Cleveland fed president sits down for a conversation with Bloomberg's Michael Mckee. Catch that conversation on Bloomberg radio and television at three PM Wall Street time, it was another muted day of trading in Asia. Head of the US jobs data Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat joins us from Hong Kong with details. Morning rush. Good voting then Karen stock investors seeing a Majdi high end the week after day volatility. Partly down to thin volumes Hong Kong peps emblematic of all with the morning's losses being raised off to lunch. As South Korean equities being led lower by discretionally plays Kia Motors for one drumming up to reporting a five percent full in Cossacks in April. Evan Sydney stunks fluctuating pretty much unchanged by the end of the session as the rise in consumer Staples. And technology issues offset the drop in energy and financial ones. In Hong Kong. I'm Rishaad Salamat, Bloomberg daybreak. Sean. Thank you in Europe. We're getting inflation data from the euro area crossing the Bloomberg right now and Bloomberg's Yvonne pasta. Joins us live from London with the very latest. Good morning. Good morning won't encounter. I think consumer prices in the area rose one point seven percents in from a heads of full costs the cool measure of prices across the nineteen countries which use the euro quickening to one point two percents. That's strongest level in six months. Meanwhile, Bundesbank president yen's vitamins urge that used to be depressed ahead with the end of unconventional monetary policy. If inflation allows takes us show, I feel too that debates live in London onion pots, Bloomberg daybreak. Arguing thank you. And we're getting more Bank earnings out of Europe this morning HSBC reported first quarter profit that beat estimates. Thanks to top line growth that outpaced expenses chief financial officer you and Stevenson's spoke to Bloomberg following the result. If he strip out the one also and the revenue scored underlying wherever negroes was broadly in line with cost growth, and we gave you think we're going to be able to achieve coming quotas. Continuing positive Joel was for the remainder of the shares of HSBC are currently. Up nearly two point eight percent in London and France profit at sociation arou- fell in the first quarter, though is equities business and stronger capital levels were bright spots deputy CEO Severin Coban says low volatility and client demand wait on results. Demand was the beginning of the quarter. The symbol of magnitude that last year. Which was unsafe. Tennessee's at the end. We have site rice plan and shares have sunk gender at more than three percent. In paris. Shares of Audie Dahshur surging earnings get a boost from growth in Asia. Bloomberg's Cassini Gallucci reports from. Operating profit of eight hundred seventy five million euros beat the highest estimates. Now added us has been going through some challenging times because growth in Europe has stalled and supply chain problems have flared up in North America. So it's really great news that sales boomed in China and online revenue is gaining. So that's good news for the shareholders today. Matures bodied us are trying to get a record high of seven percent in Frankfurt back here in the US. Shares of Amazon are higher by two percent in premarket following new said Warren Buffett is buying in. Bloomberg's Richard MacAuley has more. We know now the Warren Buffett is a fan of Amazon and also an idiot for not buying the stock earlier. Those his words not mine. The bugs Hathaway's having told CNBC that the company has been buying up says he didn't say how much nor what he paid for. The stock would have to wait for regulates refining later this month to get a look at those numbers and the revelation from buffet. Comes ahead of Berkshire Hathaway's annual shareholder meeting which gets underway tomorrow in Omaha and finally, Norway, sovereign wealth. Funds. Surged by eighty four billion dollars in the first quarter. That's good for a nine percent gain. As the fund bought up stocks following last year selloff measured in kroner. It's the Norway sovereign wealth funds. Best quarterly return, ever and s&p futures are higher this morning up ten points. Dow futures up seventy eight NASDAQ futures up forty to the Dax in Germany is up four tenths of a percent. Ten year treasury down five thirty seconds. He'll two point five five percent. Straight ahead. We have the latest world and national news. And this is Bloomberg. I can't thank you. It is five. Oh, seven on Wall Street. Let's bring in Michael Barr. Find more what's happening around the world. Good morning. Michael. Good morning. Nathan President Donald Trump is doubling down. He will not allow aids including former White House counsel, Don Mcgann to testify before congress. Trump told Fox News. They've testified for many hours all of them. I wouldn't say it's done. We've overdo this. Nobody has ever done. What I've done I've given total transparency. It's never happened before. Like this Democrats on Capitol Hill what Mcgann and other key witnesses and special counsel Robert Mueller's probe to testify White House lawyer and at flood is objecting to what he calls the political report by Muller in a letter to attorney general William bar. Flood says President Trump will protect executive privilege in the face of congressional inquiries. AG bar snob of a house hearing yesterday has Democrats wondering what is their next move? Bloomberg's. Bob moon reports the open defiance by the Trump administration. Led house speaker Nancy Pelosi to return to a founding principle. Nobody is above the law. Not the president of the United States and not the attorney general raising dilemma for Democrats. What can they do about? It. Republicans have been all during them to launch impeachment action Senator Lindsey Graham last weekend on CBS face the nation. Impeach him is up to you Pelosi is well aware of where that's likely to end up is the easy way out for some of these people because they know and at the senate's edge. Democrats say they're continuing to explore all options to carry out their oversight duties, Bob moon. Bloomberg daybreak the sued stop Trump policy on jailing asylum seekers this is over its policy the bar detained asylum-seekers from asking a judge to grant them bond after nearly a decade behind bars a man who plotted to bomb New York City subways was sentenced to ten years in prison effectively time served Najibullah Zazi face life in prison. But. Has being rewarded for helping.

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"najibullah zazi" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"najibullah zazi" Discussed on KGO 810

"Down vampire in its entirety will deal with those two subject twenty come back. I'm John Rothman, Keijo, San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland. The power to stand up Facebook, hate speech ban. I'm Barbara Kusak. President Trump is standing his ground telling Fox News. He does not believe he'll allow former White House counsel, Don Mcgann to testify to committees in congress. I don't think I can let him and then tell everybody else you can't because especially because he was a council after testifying before the Senate Judiciary committee yesterday attorney general William bar was a no show before the House Judiciary panel today committee, chairman Jerrold, Nadler said the dispute between the Trump administration and House Democrats over there subpoenas of administration officials has larger implications beyond the Mola report Nadler says if we don't stand up to Trump today, we forever risk losing the power to stand up to any future president very system of government of the United States. The system of limited power the system of not having a president as a dictator is very much at stake a man who plotted to bomb New York City subways has been sentenced to ten years in prison. Chris. Shimon polka Pash reports. Prosecutors said that I'll try to recruit Najibullah's Zazi provided extraordinary assistance to counter-terror authorities. He's not going to have to serve any additional jail time. Any additional prison time since he's been cooperating with the government has been in their custody since his arrest for the last ten years. Facebook is decided to ban on a number of well known figures for hate speech as correspondent Jim Rupe tells us the social media giant is purging it. It says people at teams dangerous among them, right wing media personalities, Laura. Luma in my Louis, Annapolis also nation of Islam leader, Louis Farrakhan, accused of using anti semitic language and right wing conspiracy. Theorist Alex Jones Georgia carried out the execution of fifty two year olds. Scotty grenell. Moro tonight. He killed his ex girlfriend and another woman nearly twenty five years ago. Mora was the first inmate put to death in Georgia this year.

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"najibullah zazi" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"najibullah zazi" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Four times. Four K A W M A L, A Cumulus station. Howard, Facebook, hate speech ban. Number kusak. President Trump is standing his ground telling Fox News. He does not believe he'll allow former White House counsel, Don Mcgann to testify to committees in congress. I don't think I can let him and then tell everybody else you can't because especially because he was a council after testifying before the Senate Judiciary committee yesterday attorney general William bar was a no show before the House Judiciary panel today committee, chairman Jerrold, Nadler said the dispute between the Trump administration and House Democrats over there subpoenas of administration officials has larger implications beyond the mullahs report Nadler says if we don't stand up to Trump today, we forever risk losing the power to stand up to any future president very system of government of the United States. The system of limited power. The system of not having a president as a dictator is very much at stake, a man who plotted to bomb New York City subways has been sentenced to ten years in prison correspondence, Shimon capacity reports. Prosecutors said that I'll try to recruit Najibullah Zazi provided extraordinary assistance to counter-terror thirties. He's not going to have to serve any additional jail time. Any additional prison time since he's been cooperating with the government has been in their custody since his arrest for the last ten years Facebook has decided to ban number of well known figures for hate speech as correspondent Jim Rupe? Tells us the social media giant Pershing it it says of people at teams dangerous among them right wing media personalities, lower Luma in my low year Napoli's also nation of Islam leader, Louis Farrakhan, accused of using anti semitic language and right wing conspiracy. Theorist Alex Jones Georgia carried out the execution of fifty two year old Scotty garnell Moro tonight. He killed his ex girlfriend and another woman nearly twenty five years ago. Mora was the first inmate put to death in Georgia this year Barbara.

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"najibullah zazi" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"najibullah zazi" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Power to stand up, Facebook, hate speech ban. Barbara kusak. President Trump is standing his ground telling Fox News. He does not believe he'll allow former White House counsel, Don Mcgann to testify to committees in congress. I don't think I can let him and then tell everybody else you can't because especially because he was a council after testifying before the Senate Judiciary committee yesterday attorney general William bar was annot show before the House Judiciary panel today committee, chairman Jerrold, Nadler said the dispute between the Trump administration and House Democrats over there subpoenas of administration officials has larger implications beyond the mullahs report Nadler says if we don't stand up to Trump today, we forever risk losing the power to stand up to any future president very system of government of the United States. The system of limited power the system of not having a president as a dictator is very much at stake a man who plotted to bomb New York. City subways has been sentenced to ten years in prison correspondence, Shimon pro Capac reports prosecutors said that I'll try to recruit Najibullah Zazi provided extraordinary assistance to counter-terror authorities. He's not going to have to serve any additional jail time. Any additional prison time since he's been cooperating with the government has been in their custody since his arrest for the last ten years. Facebook is decided to ban number of well known figures for hate speech as correspondent Jim Rupe? Tells us the social media giant Pershing it site. It says people at deems dangerous among them right wing media personalities, lower bloomer in my Louis, anomalous, also nation of Islam leader, Louis Farrakhan, accused of using anti semitic language and right wing conspiracy. Theorist Alex Jones Georgia carried out the execution of fifty two year olds. Scotty grenell. Moro tonight. He killed his ex girlfriend and another woman nearly twenty five years ago. Mora was the first inmate put to death in Georgia this.

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"najibullah zazi" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"najibullah zazi" Discussed on KOMO

"On KOMO news threats to kill the mayor and city council over the demolition of a bowling alley contrary harder with the charges out of Tacoma. From ABC news. I'm Brian Clark one day after the White House requested billions for southern border protection. Congressional Democrats Prestia ministration as to how that money will be spent for the second time this week acting homeland security secretary, Kevin McLean and went before congress at a Senate budget hearing Macalinsan defended the Trump administration's four point five billion dollar request to address the crisis of the southern border in the midst of an ongoing security and humanitarian crisis at south was border that apartment at the request of our frontline officers and agents needs additional resources to respond Nakhalin and says the majority of the funds would go towards shelter for unaccompanied children, improving processing, facilities, and humanitarian assistance and not for the wall, Monaco, Sarabi ABC news, Capitol Hill. Authorities and Georgia's say Scotty garnell moral has been executed via lethal injection for killing his ex girlfriend and another woman in one thousand nine hundred four a federal judge is calling his cooperation unprecedented convicted terrorist Najibullah Zazi. He's been sentenced to ten years in prison for plotting to bomb New York City subways a decade ago. He pleaded guilty facing life in prison, and then provided what prosecutors call extraordinary cooperation and America's fight against al-qaeda. Revealing key details of the terrorist groups training movements and recruitment methods meeting with investigators more than one hundred times seibt's Johnson pharmaceutical executive accused of paying doctors millions in bribes to prescribe a highly addictive Fenton all sprays been found guilty of racketeering, spears four x employees of insys therapeutics, including a former exotic dancer turned sales rep gave doctors lap dances were also convicted and a yacht owned by the church of Scientology remained docked and under quarantine on the island of Saint Lucia where they confirmed case of measles on board. An adviser Dominica's prime minister says the ship is no longer headed there. You're listening to ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed. The KOMO evening news. Komo news time seven hundred to art Sanders. Top local stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. Convicted murderers accused of threatening to kill the mayor of Tacoma and the city council over plans to demolish a bowling alley. Komo's Charlie harder has the story last month. Tacoma leaders approved plants you close the Pacific lanes. Bowling alley. And replace it with apartments. Charging documents say bowling alley customer. David. I'd became so enraged by this. He went out and bought a prepaid cell phone and called members of the city council and the mayor threatening to kill them over the plan Pierce county. Prosecutors say one threat to accountable member stated your family will be killed in front of your eyes. He was convicted of second degree murder in one thousand nine hundred to fourteen years in prison. He faces several felony charges in this case. And it's being held on a million dollars bail in Pierce county. Charlie Harger, KOMO news. Twenty three year old man pleaded not guilty. To murder charges today for a deadly carjacking and Kent curate. Cain was charged with first degree murder and unlawful possession of a firearm in the death of thirty eight year old Jared Sperling prosecutors also asked for a no contact order. Defendant context with any member cared. Spurling's family not for the defendant that number his members. President for today. Sperling had tried to stop the carjacking earlier this month by jumping in the back of his truck as the thief, drove off his body was found a day later in the abandoned truck bail for canes set at two million dollars early this morning. Woodland park zoo welcomed a baby giraffe tonight. Mom, and baby are being kept in a barn to give them some time to bond, and he was born just after five today while he's up and walking zookeepers keeping a close eye on his rear legs not walking quite normally on them right now. But as he gets stronger, hopefully, they think that'll change. Komo news. Time is seven four AAA traffic..

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"najibullah zazi" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"najibullah zazi" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"From ABC news. I'm Brian Clark one day after the White House requested billions for southern border protection. Congressional Democrats Prestia ministration as to how that money will be spent for the second time this week acting homeland security secretary, Kevin McLean and went before congress at a Senate budget hearing michelina defended the Trump administration's four point five billion dollar request to address the crisis of the southern border in the midst of an ongoing security and humanitarian crisis at our south was border. That department at the request of our frontline officers and agents needs additional resources to respond Nakhalin and says the majority of the funds would go towards shelter for unaccompanied children, improving, processing, facilities, and humanitarian assistance and not for the wall. Mona kosar. Abdi ABC news Capitol Hill thirties and Georgia say Scotty, garnell moral has been executed via lethal injection for killing his ex girlfriend and another woman in nineteen Ninety-four. A federal judge is calling his cooperation unprecedented convicted terrorist Najibullah Zazi. He's been sentenced to ten years in prison for plotting to bomb New York City subways a decade ago. He pleaded guilty facing life in prison, and then provided what prosecutors call extraordinary cooperation and America's fight against al-qaeda. Revealing key details of the terrorist groups training movements and recruitment methods meeting with investigators more than one hundred times say wit Johnson, a pharmaceutical executive accused of paying doctors millions in bribes to prescribe a highly addictive Fenton all sprays been found guilty of racketeering spiracy..

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"najibullah zazi" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"najibullah zazi" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Free iheart radio app. Death testimony unlikely sentence reduced. I'm Barbara Kusak. President Trump said he's not inclined to let former White House counsel, Don Mcgann to testify before congress more on that from correspondent Kaitlan Collins. We saw the president tonight draw the clearest line between not letting Mcgann testify and not letting really anyone testify in the last few weeks as he talked about this tactic of fighting all the subpoenas. He hasn't brought up his former White House counsel specifically. But he did so tonight. But one thing we did it. Hear from the president was this criticism that he's been saying privately about Don Mcgann, Trump said allowing Mcgann to testify would open the gates for others to be called, and I'll Qaeda recruit Najibullah Zazi who admitted he was going to attack the New York City subway system. Face sentencing, ten years later Zorzi could have been sent away for life. But he was sentenced to ten years in prison at federal court in Brooklyn almost as much time that he's already been behind bars prosecutors asked for leniency because they said he was extremely helpful in their counterterrorism efforts Zorzi met with government agents more than one hundred times since his arrest. He told the court he made a terrible mistake. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. President Trump says conservative commentator Stephen Moore has withdrawn from consideration for the Federal Reserve Board. Correspondent Cristina lessee says Moore's pass remarks about women had come under scrutiny as Collins. Stephen Moore had written basically were very sexist against women saying that women shouldn't be refereeing men's. Basketball games, suggesting they shouldn't even been present at those games, and that led to Republican senators not being able to support Moore's nomination, the founder of incest therapeutics today became the highest ranking drug maker executive convicted and a case tied to the US opioid crisis. A federal jury found seventy five year old John Kapoor and four colleagues guilty of bribing doctors to prescribe an addictive painkiller helping to drive the.

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"najibullah zazi" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"najibullah zazi" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"I'm Barbara Kusak. Trump said he's not inclined to let former White House counsel, Don Mcgann to testify before congress more on that from correspondent Kaitlan Collins. We saw the president tonight draw the clearest line between not letting Mcgann testify not letting really anyone testify in the last few weeks as he talked about this tactic of fighting all the subpoenas. He hasn't brought up his former White House counsel specifically. But he did so tonight. But one thing we didn't hear from the president was this criticism that he's been saying privately about Don Mcgann, Trump said allowing Mcgann to testify would open the gates for others to be called and Al Qaeda recruit Najibullah Zazi who admitted he was going to attack the New York City subway system. Face sentencing, ten years later Zorzi could have been sent away for life. But he was sentenced to ten years in prison at federal court in Brooklyn almost as much time that he's already been behind bars prosecutors asked for leniency because they said he was extremely helpful in their counterterrorism efforts. Zazi met with government agents more than one hundred times since his arrest. He told the court he made a terrible mistake. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. President Trump says conservative commentators Stephen Moore has withdrawn from consideration for the Federal Reserve Board correspondent Cristina less. She says Moore's pass remarks about women had come under scrutiny as Collins. Stephen Moore had written basically were very sexist against women saying that women shouldn't be refereeing men's basketball games, suggesting they shouldn't even been present at those games, and that led to Republican senators not being able to support Moore's nomination, the founder of insys therapeutics today became the highest ranking drugmaker executive convicted and a case tied to the US opioid crisis. A federal jury found seventy five year old junk porn, four colleagues guilty of bribing doctors to prescribe an addictive painkiller helping to drive the.

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"najibullah zazi" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"najibullah zazi" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Sentence reduced. I'm Barbara Kusak. Has it in Trump said he's not inclined to let former White House counsel, Don Mcgann to testify before congress more on that from correspondent Kaitlan Collins. And we saw the president, and I draw the clearest line between not letting Mcgann testify not letting really anyone testify in the last few weeks as he talked about this tactic of fighting all the subpoenas. He hasn't brought up his former White House counsel specifically. But he did so tonight. But one thing we didn't hear from the president was this criticism that he's been saying privately about Don Mcgann from said allowing Mcgann to testify would open the gates for others to be called and Kaieda recruit. Najibullah Zazi who admitted he was going to attack the New York City subway system. Face sentencing, ten years later Zorzi could have been sent away for life. But he was sentenced to ten years in prison at federal court in Brooklyn almost as much time that he's already been behind bars prosecutors asked for leniency because they said he was extremely helpful in their counterterrorism efforts Ozzy met. With government agents more than one hundred times since his arrest. He told the court he made a terrible mistake. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. President Trump says conservative commentators Stephen Moore has withdrawn from consideration for the Federal Reserve Board correspondent Cristina less. She says Moore pass remarks about women had come under scrutiny as Collins. Stephen Moore had written basically were very sexist against women saying that women shouldn't be not being able to support Moore's nomination. The phone or of insys therapeutics today became the highest ranking drug maker executive convicted in a case tied to the US opioid crisis. A federal jury found seventy five year old junk Kapoor and four colleagues guilty of bribing doctors to prescribe an addictive painkiller helping to drive the epidemic.

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"najibullah zazi" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"najibullah zazi" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Testimony unlikely sentence reduced. I'm Barbara Kusak. President Trump said he's not inclined to let former White House counsel, Don Mcgann to testify before congress more on that from correspondent Caitlyn Collins all the president tonight draw the clearest line between not letting Mcgann testify not letting really anyone testify in the last few weeks as he talked about this tactic of fighting all this peanuts. He hasn't brought up his former White House counsel's specifically, but he did so tonight. But one thing we didn't hear from the president was this criticism that he's been saying privately about Don Mcgann, trim said allowing again to testify would open the gates for others to be called and kinda recruit Najibullah Zazi who admitted he was going to attack the New York City subway system. Face sentencing, ten years later Zorzi could have been sent away for life. But he was sentenced to ten years in prison that federal court in Brooklyn almost as much time that he's already been behind bars prosecutors asked for leniency because they said he was extremely helpful in their counterterrorism efforts. Zaza met with government agents more than one hundred times since his arrest. He told the court he made a terrible mistake. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. President Trump says conservative commentator Stephen Moore has withdrawn from consideration for the Federal Reserve Board correspondent Cristina less. She says wars pass remarks about women had come under scrutiny as Collins. Stephen Moore had written basically were very sexist against women saying that women shouldn't be refereeing men's basketball games, suggesting they shouldn't even present at those games, and that led to Republican senators not being able to support Moore's nomination, the founder of incest therapeutics today became the highest ranking drugmaker executive convicted in a case tied to the US opioid crisis. Federal jury found seventy five year old junk poor and four colleagues guilty of bribing doctors to prescribe an addictive painkiller helping to drive.

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"najibullah zazi" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"najibullah zazi" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"From ABC news. I'm Brian Clark. The Justice department is calling comments from the house speaker, reckless irresponsible and false house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the attorney general line to congress about his handling of the mullahs report. The attorney general of the United States of America is not telling the truth to the congress of the United States. That's a crime Pelosi, then accused of not being loyal to his oath of office. But rather to the president the speaker's comments come as tensions escalated between congressional Democrats in the attorney general after bar, skipped a house hearing this morning and ignored a subpoena. Mona kosar. Ati? ABC news Capitol Hill source tells ABC news, the House Judiciary committee has made contact with special counsel Robert Muller's team, and is in contact with them about a hearing President Trump says he doesn't think congress should get to question. His former White House counsel who was listed in the mother report as not following through on orders to allegedly struck the investigation, the president telling Fox News, he doesn't think congressional investigators need more. Information that the mullahs report is done, and they don't need to interview his former White House counsel, Don Mcgann, but the president did wave executive privilege from again to talk with investigators. It's not clear whether he can prevent him from testifying in congress. The president also saying that mister Muller looked at his taxes and found nothing saying, quote, I'm so clean. Andy field. ABC news, Washington. Federal judge has sentenced convicted terrorist Najibullah Zazi to ten years in prison for plotting to blow up New York City subways defense. Attorney William stamper says Ozzy disavowed radical Islam and went on to help federal officials.

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"najibullah zazi" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"najibullah zazi" Discussed on KOMO

"Justice department is calling comments from the house speaker, reckless irresponsible and false house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the attorney general line to congress about his handling of the Malla report. Attorney general of the United States of America is not telling the truth to the congress of the United States. That's a crime. Hello Pelosi, then accused bar of not being loyal to his oath of office. But rather to the president the speaker's comments come as tensions escalate between. Congressional Democrats in the attorney general after bar skipped a house hearing this morning and ignored a subpoena. Mona kosar. Aldi. ABC news. Capitol Hill source tells ABC news, the House Judiciary committee has made contact with special counsel Robert Muller's team, and is in contact with them about a hearing President Trump says he doesn't think congress should get the question his former White House counsel who was listed in the mother report as not following through on orders to allegedly struck the investigation the president telling Fox News, he doesn't think congressional investigators need more information that the mullahs report. It is done and they don't need to interview his former White House counsel, Don Mcgann, but the president did wave executive privilege from again to talk with investigators. It's not clear whether he can prevent him from testifying in congress. The president also saying that mister Muller looked at his taxes and found nothing saying, quote, I'm so clean. Andy field. ABC news, Washington. Federal judge has sentenced convicted terrorist Najibullah Zazi to ten years in prison for plotting to blow up New York City subways defense. Attorney William stamper says Ozzy disavowed radical Islam and went on to help federal officials.

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"najibullah zazi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:17 min | 3 years ago

"najibullah zazi" Discussed on KCRW

"Many have ended up in neighboring Columbia, which now has its first refugee camp that story and reaction from William bars. Testimony this afternoon on all things considered from NPR news. The latest news of the day all things considered at three on KCRW. Now back morning edition. It's four o'clock. Good morning lawmakers in the House Judiciary committee may be looking at an empty chair today. The attorney general pulls out of a second hearing on the Miller report, but faces a threat of tempt. It's morning edition from NPR news. We'll ask for President, George W Bush's attorney general about bars. Senate testimony. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm David Greene this hour the odds on whether WikiLeaks founder will be extradited to the US Julian Assange was just sentenced to nearly a year in British prison. Also is the president targets Joe Biden on Twitter will listen to the former vice vice-presidents pitch to working class voters on the campaign trail, and how important vaccine rolled out in the Philippines has put children at risk. It is Thursday. Second soccer star. David Beckham turns forty four years old today. And the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Janine herbs. Attorney general William bar was scheduled to testify before the House Judiciary committee today. But the Justice department is confirming he's declining to show up to be grilled by lawmakers all over the issue of the format of the hearing NPR's. Tim Mack has more Democrats who controlled the committee wanted to arrange a period during the hearing for staff lawyers to question bar that format would have allowed for longer more sustained questioning instead of the short five or seven minutes sessions that typically occur at congressional hearings. The Justice department confirmed that bar would not be attending a spokeswoman for the DOJ pointed out, the majority of the House Judiciary committee are lawyers and called the format, quote, unprecedented and unnecessary committee. Chairman Jerrold Nadler has said that if they don't come to negotiate a compromise soon. Congress could soon seek a contempt citation against attorney gen. Title. Tim Mack NPR news, Washington. The Trump administration is arguing in federal court that the Affordable Care Act should be struck down in its entirety. And here's Alison kodjak reports that if the administration wins, even the most popular parts of the ACA also known as a bomb care would disappear. The Justice department made the arguments in a brief filed a federal appeals court in New Orleans DOJ says that when congress eliminated the tax penalty for people who don't have insurance it rendered the whole law on constitutional. The Trump administration has joined with several Republican led states that are asking the court to uphold Texas judge decision to overturn the Affordable Care Act in its entirety. That includes the popular provision that ensure people with existing medical conditions can get coverage that ban lifetime limits on insurance path and that guarantee young people can stay on their parents policies until they're twenty six if the appeals court upholds the Texas judge's ruling to. Could end up before the supreme court for third time. Alison kodjak, NPR news, the island of Saint Lucia has quarantined a cruise ship. After a passenger was confirmed to have the measles. The island's chief medical officer Merlene Frederick James says no passengers or crew and leave the ship while import because of the risk of infection. Not just from the confirmed case, but from other positions, maybe on this on the books at the time. We thought it prudent to make a decision to allow anyone to disembark the name of the ship and the cruise line haven't been released. This quarantine comes as the number of measles cases in the US reached a twenty five year high with more than seven hundred confirmed cases, we'll financial markets. Asian markets were mixed by the closing bell. The Nikkei in Japan down about a quarter of a percent. The Hang Seng in Hong Kong up more than eight tenths of a percent futures contracts trading in positive territory. You're listening to NPR news from wash. Ten. The leader of th ward plot to bomb the New York City subway system will be sentenced this afternoon in federal court NPR's Hannah Allom reports that Najibullah Zazi faces life in prison but expected to get a reduced sentence because he co-operated with prosecutors, according to court documents Najibullah's Ozzie and two friends traveled from New York to Pakistan in two thousand eight to join the Taliban. Instead the trio ended up being recruited by Qaeda for a suicide mission in the United States. The plan was to blow themselves up in the New York City subway during rush hour as payback for civilian casualties in Afghanistan. Authorities were tipped off and foiled the plot. And the nearly ten years since arrest Zaza has helped the government and other terrorism prosecutions, though, his exact role in those cases isn't publicly known counterterrorism analysts. As cooperation is expected to earn him a reduced sentence when he faces a judge today in federal court in Brooklyn Hannah Allam NPR news.

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"najibullah zazi" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"najibullah zazi" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"His memo. He just thought that summary should be put out there that had been compiled by the special counsel and bar said again today, he had no no plan to put those summaries out. She Bs news special report. I'm Jim shanavie. The nineteen year old suspected gunman in San Diego synagogue shooting appeared in court, Tuesday, pleading not guilty. The prosecutor told the courtroom about the suspects online apparent antisemitic activity ABC's met cut Mun has more the post said he'd martyr himself for the white race. But that's not what happened on Saturday. I congregate chased him out at the synagogue, and then as the prosecutor recounted called nine one one and reported shooting at this. He gave his location to the dispatcher and said that he was armed appearing blue jump suit. The judge denying his bail recent terror show, how young people can become radicalized online. Professor Brian Levin from Cal State, San Bernardino. Studies extremism and says parents should monitor their kids look at the platforms that they're looking at are. They an something like four Chan eight Chen or gab platforms that are known to be populated by extremists among others. The accused shooter at San Diego synagogue and an alleged terrace aspect in Los Angeles. Both spent a lot of time online talking with other extremists Levin says childhood setbacks can lead to the type of grievances that feed hateful ideology. Najibullah Zazi is expected to be sentenced tomorrow. He pleaded guilty to being the ringleader in a foiled plot to bomb New York City subway system, nearly a decade later says he has a shot at an. Improbable second chance. Prosecutors are expected to credit him switching sides after his arrest and volunteering valuable intelligence about other Al Qaeda trained terrorists. The cooperation could earn him a far lighter term than the possible life sentence. He faces it might even give him a chance at freedom. The full extent of Zaza. He's cooperation has yet to be publicly disclosed both prosecutors and his attorney declined to be interviewed in advance of the sentencing hearing a setback for president. Trump federal judge rules Democrats in congress can move forward with a lawsuit accusing the president of violating the constitution's emoluments clause by accepting gifts from foreign governments through his businesses. CBS news legal analyst Thane Rosenbaum. With more Justice department continues to maintain that the emoluments clause operates only when the president is receiving gifts in return for acting in an official capacity. Here. Foreign governments are merely staying in his hotel, which is a private commercial enterprise run by the president's children, yet the court argued that the potential for undue influences present whether a government hands the president cash or checks into one of his tells asked about the ruling Justice department spokesman Kelly Lakos says government lawyers will keep up the fight against that lawsuit family and friends of Justin Damon are speaking out after the former policeman who fatally shot her two years ago is convicted on murder charges. ABC's Ryan burrow with that. Former Minneapolis police officer Mohammad nor found guilty of second degree manslaughter and third degree murder. Don, David says there was a complete disregard for the sanctity of life. When officer nor shot his fiance as she approached the police car in her pajamas after calling nine one one to report a possible crime. Ironically, the Minneapolis police department emblem on the squad door reads to protect with courage and to. Serve with compassion. Where were these values that night, nor will.

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