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"national archives building" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:59 min | 3 months ago

"national archives building" Discussed on KOMO

"Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 and we continue with our top stories now from the comb. Oh 24 7 News Center. Good afternoon. I'm Rick fan sites with ELISA Jaffe. The family of Tommy Lay has reached a $5 million settlement with King County Lay with the teenager. Shot and killed by Deputy says our Molina about 3.5 years ago, family attorney Jeff Campiche. The sheriff's office has taken no disciplinary action. They promoted him. But today the case was settled. King County Executive Dow Constantine says he hopes it brings some peace for the family and the community. State House committee voting today on extending unemployment benefits come most. Charlie Harder tells us it was a unanimous vote. Members of the House Labor and Workplace Standards Committee agree the long term unemployed need to be able to get checks longer than 52 weeks. Bill. They all voted in favor of it. Republican representative Gina Mosbacher's says she has some hesitation, but at the same time we've also got a figure out Mr Chair, how to make sure that we have employees. Willing to go back to work and able to go back to work in order. Now that we're starting to open up the economy a little bit more. The latest unemployment rate for Washington state is 5.6%. The state Senate has already approved the measure. Charlie Harder come. O'Neal's Washington. Washington could soon go into the prescription drug making business under a bill aimed at lowering truck prices. Almost Ryan Harris with the latest, the state would be allowed to partner with state agencies, nonprofits and other states like California, which has talked about making generic insulin itself the lower prices if it actually results in lowering costs. Pharma, the drugmaker's lobbying group, is not opposed to this bill. But before the House Health Care Committee Madison Johnson, an insulin dependent diabetic, testified advocates has Team through constant lawsuits and battles is how Pharma does not have the patient's interest in mind. In fact, they attempt to manipulate language and sue states to restrict lifesaving medication. Like insulin. Republicans raised concern about using government resource is to compete with private interests while admitting a struggle because it involves life saving drugs. The bill passed out of the committee. Ryan Harris Co. Moh news Congress is now getting involved in the controversial closure of the National Archives Building in Seattle Enters Patty Murray, Maria Cantwell, Ron Wind, Jeff Merkley and Lisa Murkowski have jointly introduced a bill that would prohibit the sale of the building, which the Trump Administration declared its surplus. If the facility were to close the thousands, If not millions of documents stored, there would be moved to California or Missouri severely limiting public access because only a tiny fraction have been digitized. Federal Archives and Records Center in Seattle Houses records from Washington, Alaska, Oregon and Idaho as well as tribes throughout the Pacific Northwest. The bipartisan bill would prohibit such building closures without the consultation of affected tribal governments. Jeff Pooja, Look Come on news. Come on his time 3 34 time now for traffic.

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"national archives building" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

04:18 min | 6 months ago

"national archives building" Discussed on Native America Calling

"The national native news on tonia gonzales washington state attorney general bob ferguson announced. The state is suing the federal government to stop. Its plans to sell the national archives building in seattle the government which ship off digitize records to archive centers out of state as steve jackson reports. Tribal nations are among those that. Want the information to stay in the pacific northwest. Bob ferguson says. The plan violates current law. Because there's an exemption for buildings the archive being put up for sale if it's used for specific types of research in addition he says the federal government didn't consult with those who would be impacted by the closure that includes twenty nine native american tribes have signed onto the suit. Fawn sharp is the president of the chronology indian nation. She says native americans in the northwest are seeing a resurgence of language and culture and the archive is a vital source for information leading to a point of just having a basic understanding of this rich and baskets and if if this information were to ever leave the pacific northwest there would be a loss gnarly his tribal nation. It'd be lost entire at pacific northwest and put a price on a value of what those are. House at tribal nations ferguson says the suit seeks an injunction to stop the sale of the building. He hopes the case will receive an expedited hearing in federal court for national native news. I'm steve jackson reporting from spokane leaders and tribal communities are getting creative to encourage uptake of the cove. Nineteen vaccine the mountain west news bureaus savannah mar reports. The northern arapaho tribe has been hit hard by the pandemic and many tribal members are eager to be vaccinated. That's according to lisa. You're walking with the tribes medical clinic. However there are some that do have questions she says. Clinic staff have been fielding those questions via social media. And they've been getting help from arapahoe. Ceremonial elders like george moss. Who agreed to get the first shot in to have it. Broadcast live on facebook people..

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Washington State sues government, push for COVID vaccine uptake, and indigenous rights activist dies

Native America Calling

03:57 min | 6 months ago

Washington State sues government, push for COVID vaccine uptake, and indigenous rights activist dies

"The national native news on tonia gonzales washington state attorney general bob ferguson announced. The state is suing the federal government to stop. Its plans to sell the national archives building in seattle the government which ship off digitize records to archive centers out of state as steve jackson reports. Tribal nations are among those that. Want the information to stay in the pacific northwest. Bob ferguson says. The plan violates current law. Because there's an exemption for buildings the archive being put up for sale if it's used for specific types of research in addition he says the federal government didn't consult with those who would be impacted by the closure that includes twenty nine native american tribes have signed onto the suit. Fawn sharp is the president of the chronology indian nation. She says native americans in the northwest are seeing a resurgence of language and culture and the archive is a vital source for information leading to a point of just having a basic understanding of this rich and baskets and if if this information were to ever leave the pacific northwest there would be a loss gnarly his tribal nation. It'd be lost entire at pacific northwest and put a price on a value of what those are. House at tribal nations ferguson says the suit seeks an injunction to stop the sale of the building. He hopes the case will receive an expedited hearing in federal court for national native news. I'm steve jackson reporting from spokane leaders and tribal communities are getting creative to encourage uptake of the cove. Nineteen vaccine the mountain west news bureaus savannah mar reports. The northern arapaho tribe has been hit hard by the pandemic and many tribal members are eager to be vaccinated. That's according to lisa. You're walking with the tribes medical clinic. However there are some that do have questions she says. Clinic staff have been fielding those questions via social media. And they've been getting help from arapahoe. Ceremonial elders like george moss. Who agreed to get the first shot in to have it. Broadcast live on facebook people. To have mr moss him so i can take the vaccine is speaks volumes tribes like the navajo nation had council members get vaccinated on camera. The black feet nation in montana is using the black veep language to counter misinformation and educate members about the safety and efficacy of the vaccine for the mountain west news bureau. I'm savannah mar georgina. Lewis from alabama pueblo in new mexico intends to run for congress. The five term state democratic lawmaker and attorney is joining the race for the anticipated of the first congressional district currently held by deb holland holland. Who's a member of laguna pueblo has been picked by the biden harris team for secretary of the interior. If holland's confirmed the state would call for a special election wants the. Us house vacancy occurs with candidates nominated by major political parties in new mexico on her campaign website. Lewis says she's been a tireless champion for the earth people and future generations and would continue. The fight holland began holland. Strong advocate for native american issues environmental issues and missing and murdered indigenous women and girls rancher and indigenous rights advocate carry. Dan has died in nevada. At the age of eighty eight democracy now reports kerry and her late sister. Mary long fought the federal government over land rights and environmental issues. The western shoshoni sisters were committed to protecting their way of life and the rights of their people fighting for land back and land restoration from poisoning. Their legal and political battles began in the nineteen seventies and they spent their lives advocating for indigenous rights. I antonio

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"national archives building" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:12 min | 6 months ago

"national archives building" Discussed on KOMO

"Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Good afternoon. We continue with our top stories. Now from the comb 0 24 7 News center ELISA Jaffe With the day off, I'm Rick fan sites as we continued up people who witnessed potential misconduct by Seattle police. Can now be required to tell investigators what they saw. Cuomo's Ryan Harris tells us about the bill just passed. The ordinance would give both Es PD's Office of Professional Accountability and the Office of the inspector general the power to issue subpoenas to potential witnesses in misconduct probes and to seek court orders to compel their participation. But it also requires those witnesses receive written information about their legal rights, including the ability to challenge the subpoena sponsored. Council member Lisa Herbold says it's meant to encourage participation in civilian police oversight. But public comments or Howard Gale told the council subpoenas are irrelevant without truly independent misconduct investigation. So let's the right questions are asked in a police use of force investigation unless an officer's claims are subject to critical inquiry than tools like subpoenas are completely meaningless. The ordinance passed The council unanimously. Ryan Harris come Oh news when the state Legislature begins its next session Monday. Balancing the budget will be the top priority next week and call most Charlie Harder tells us about the idea for a state payroll tax state forecast a $2.4 billion budget shortfall. Republicans say the best way to balance the budget is to cut spending on certain programs, but Democrats are looking at other options. One is a payroll tax. Crosscut com reports. There's a complication with that idea. See, the city of Seattle already has a payroll tax, and lawmakers don't want to double tax companies in the city. But many of the top earning people in the state live in Seattle, so the state might not take in as much money as thought. It's an idea. Lawmakers will debate when the legislative session begins. January 11th Charlie Harder camo NEWS Washington State is suing now to prevent the closure of the National Archives Building in Seattle. The federal government has moved to shutter the facility on Sandpoint way and move it elsewhere. Attorney General Bob Ferguson and others are trying to stop it. Candidly, a bunch of federal bureau cats 3000 miles away are pushing this through without any consultation with tribes. Any public input. He says it will eliminate public access to the records with which many Washingtonians conduct historical and genealogical research. The National Archive Center in D. C. Has not responded to our request for comment. Jeff Pooja, like, Come on news. Maybe you just got the notification on your cell phone. Police in Yakima have now issued an amber alert for a missing 15 year old girl. We're told Angeles reveal to but our store Oh, has we went outside of her home today to take out the trash and did not return She is believed to be with 36 year old Daniel Avante was last seen driving a black 2001 Ford 1 50. And Arizona tag be. Why are 6 to 57? Investigators say the girl had recently returned home after being coerced by Avante to join him in Arizona of Aunt I considered armed and dangerous and made threats to take Angeles and kill her family. We'll continue to follow that story. 3 34 now and Co. Moh News.

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"national archives building" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:32 min | 7 months ago

"national archives building" Discussed on KOMO

"Hopes of finding more plasma from healthy people who had the virus fence and urges people to make an appointment to donate at blood works and w dot org's soup. Romero Come on news. Sumner couple who owns a business downtown has turned an empty space next to their company into a sit down dining area in hopes that it will bring more people downtown to do their shopping and eating combos. Carleen Johnson reports spilling Peterson Jones and her husband, Justin Jones, own J. M. J Team, a civil engineering of land use planning firm. They only empty space next to their building in downtown somewhere. We are in the alley between 95 main downtown Sumner and the neighboring building. It's 10 FT. Wide 40 ft long and it was empty. So they put up recovering and outfit of the narrow space with a few picnic tables, Bistro lights and dubbed it Take out, Ellie. This was just really a perfect opportunity that we saw a need for To support the businesses. Both the retail and the restaurant business is to keep people coming to downtown. Some nerves well, it did something similar to bolster restaurants in downtown businesses through the summer and fall, and it was very popular there. Thinking long term now to come in, is to be in reports they planned to apply for permits for seven more park. Let's come spring. Carleen Johnson. Come on news, someone whose time 1 38. We're in the middle of Holiday shopping seasons. Of course, comes manufacturer has the warning that we have to have every year. I'm afraid about what seemed like a great deals on the hottest toys. Are you shopping for the popular toys online compared to finding when they start to shop online or some professional looking websites? The room your client, another. We have those in demand toys in stock. If they're available that really drastically low prices, so they claim that it's usually part of a quote unquote flash sale or a last minute deal. Unfortunately, most of those offers a fake Ben Spradling with the better business bureau in favor. What they're received is a cheap, counterfeit version of those products when parents try to follow up with their finding is that the staff either doesn't respond or they just flat out refused to provide a refund. So what? We're what we're experiencing right now, or Cameras using a heart lily a hot market to take advantage of consumers, Spradling says. You should only buy toys from reputable stores and websites. Manda Factor Come on News. Washington's attorney general plans to file one more lawsuit against the Trump administration. This time over the possible sale of Seattle's National Archives Building. Como's Corwin Hank explains, it would be Attorney General Bob Ferguson 83rd and likely final lawsuit against the Trump White House. This one targets, plans to immediately sell the National Archives building on Sand Point Way. Repository of valuable maps, photos and legal documents for Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Alaska. The archives closed due to the pandemic last summer than the federal government abruptly announced it would sell the building. Local officials demanded more public input. Now, Ferguson's office says it has learned the feds intend to expedite that sale of fact, Ferguson says was found buried in a 74 page document out in October. The lawsuit would delay the sale, allowing more time to digitize or relocate priceless historical records. Corwin Headache Co Moh news Come on, Whose time 1 40 time for an update on sports from the Beacon Plumbing sports desk. Sounders face an old friend in Major League Soccer's Western Conference finals details from Bill Swartz that would be popular former Seattle midfielder Ozzy Alonso last night helping Minnesota eliminate Sporting Kansas City. Sounders host the loons next Monday night at Blumenfield winner goes to MLS Cup Blumenfield has NFL football Sunday afternoon 83 Seahawks entertained the foreign seven Giants a New York team expected to have veteran Colt McCoy playing quarterback for injured Daniel Jones. Seattle defense Coming off back to back find efforts something to build on, says linebacker Bobby Wagner being consistent, so my thing is just Having us be able to sustain that level. Every single game from this point forward, the Hawks were favored by 11. So, too, are the Washington Huskies at home Tomorrow afternoon, one o'clock against Stanford this morning, the cardinal seen practicing in the downtown Bellevue Park. They cannot work out in the Santa Clara County, California area because of covert restrictions. Washington State will have just five players in covert protocol tomorrow. That means the kooks could travel to Los Angeles and Sunday night play the USC, Trojans Sports and 10 and 40 After the hour bill's words come on, is Lows has all the top gifts for home this holiday like Craftsman Tools storage made in the U. S A. And available in a selection of sizes starting at 1, 98. And.

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"national archives building" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:26 min | 7 months ago

"national archives building" Discussed on KOMO

"Women have been laid off since the start of the pandemic in about half have gone back to work. Eastern Washington University grad Emily Mason is one of them. A mother of three and social workers. She lost her job at the start of the pandemic and found another position as an addictions counselor but had to give it up to be home with her kids. I feel almost kind of desperate because I'm used to making money, and I'm used to working outside the home. According to the U. S Labor Department. The ratio of women working has now fallen below 57%. It's about what it was in 1988, the city of Tacoma will explore the idea of guaranteed income as an answer to poverty has the potential to be life changing for participants. City Council member Christina Walker says the city will accept Ah $100,000 Grant to explore a program under which participants would get $500 cash every month. She says similar programs have shown recipients largely spend the money on food. Washington's attorney general is planning to file another lawsuit against the Trump administration this time over the possible sale of Seattle's National Archives building. Almost, Corwin take explains it would be Attorney General Bomb Ferguson's 83rd and likely final lawsuit against the Trump White House. This one Target's plans to immediately sell the National Archives building on Sand Point Way repository of valuable maps, photos and legal documents for Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Alaska. The archives closed due to the pandemic last summer than the federal government abruptly announced it would sell the building. Local officials demanded more public input. Now, Ferguson's office says it has learned the feds intend to expedite that sale of fact, Ferguson says was found buried in a 74 page document out in October. The lawsuit would delay the sale, allowing more time to digitize or relocate priceless historical records. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news yellow Jenny Durkan believes the city has found a way to prevent demonstrations from becoming violent. Police now quickly move in arresting people who damage or vandalized businesses. The goal is to deter others from joining in. Mayor stresses The protesting peacefully will always be protected, but violence and vandalism will not AH political committee seeking to recall Snohomish County Sheriff Adam Fortney has been fined for violating disclosure laws more from comas Eric Heights, the Public disclosure Commission fined the Pac $300 for failing to disclose thousands of dollars worth of legal services provided by the attorneys behind the recall. The average Herald reports. The committee admitted.

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"national archives building" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:17 min | 7 months ago

"national archives building" Discussed on KOMO

"Lake here in western Washington. Clear skies in Olympia, 32, Everett Clear and 33. Seattle Cloudy and 44 Come on news time. 6 37, the city of Tacoma will explore the idea of guaranteed income as an answer to poverty. They had the potential to be life changing for participant. City Council member Christina Walker says the city will accept a 100,000. Dollar grant to explore program under which participants would get $500 cash every month. She says. Similar programs have shown recipients largely spend the money on food. Washington's attorney general plans to file one more lawsuit against the Trump Administration. This time over the possible sale of Seattle's National Archives Building. Almost Corwin Hank explains it would be attorney general Bomb Ferguson's 83rd and likely final lawsuit against the Trump White House. This one targets, plans to immediately sell the National Archives building on Sand Point Way. Repository of valuable maps, photos and legal documents for Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Alaska. The archives closed due to the pandemic last summer than the federal government abruptly announced it would sell the building. Local officials demanded more public input. Now, Ferguson's office says it has learned the feds intend to expedite that sale of fact, Ferguson says was found buried in a 74 page document out in October. The lawsuit would delay the sale, allowing more time to digitize or relocate priceless historical records. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news Sumner Couple who owns a business downtown, have turned to the empty space next to their company into a sit down dining area and hopes that it'll bring more people downtown to shop and eat. We get more from Kemal's Carleen Johnson doing Peterson Jones and her husband, Justin Jones, own J. M. J Team, a civil engineering of land use planning firm they only empty space next to their building in downtown Sumner. Are in the alley between 905 main downtown Sumner and the neighboring building. It's 10 Ft. Wide 40 ft long and it was empty. So they put up recovering and outfit of the narrow space with a few picnic tables, Bistro lights and Subject. Take out, Ellie. This was just really a perfect opportunity a seesaw need for to support the businesses. Both the retail and the restaurant business is to keep people coming to downtown. Some nerves you well. It did something similar to.

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"national archives building" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"national archives building" Discussed on KOMO

"After they get a court order more into the trump administration is taking Constantine the courts saying king county is obstructing and burdening federal activities adding the feds have the right to use this airport in the canyons of federal government planes landed Boeing field today what they want to do is use private charters and private fixed base operators the people who handle the ground operations those are businesses in those businesses are making business decisions that they don't want to be involved signature flight support Kenmore Erro services and modern aviation in the county said all three did not support I use flight early one is a former addict says money from opioid lawsuits should pay for treatment Linji Errington tell state lawmakers a state is right to sue drug makers like Purdue pharma and Johnson and Johnson as long as money helps the victims this bill will help establish a separate account for the penalties that come from the opioid litigations as it stands settling cash from three current lawsuits would do to go to the state's general fund a group of tribal representatives met with federal officials yesterday at the National Archives building in Seattle over the announcement the facility could be closed for the two hundred seventy two federally recognized tribes in Washington Oregon Idaho in Alaska that facility contains treaty and historical documents as well as tax and property records The Seattle Times reports the records could be moved as far away as Missouri will take almost two years to sell the property and officials are requested to stay in Seattle for three more years after any sale a new report for the state auditor's office I'd covered some issues at the Washington state dead right Washington State University as we hear from couples benefactor the report shows some W..

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"national archives building" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"national archives building" Discussed on KOMO

"For local history buffs couples brain Calvert is here to tell us Bob Ferguson plans to review the decision to close the National Archives building in Seattle last Friday a panel recommended closing the ten acre site in sand point in moving its contents to California and Missouri Ferguson whose sister is a library curator in whose fathers a history freak now getting involved have a bipartisan group of senators and representatives isn't enough to keep the archives building open perhaps the nineteen forty six administrative procedure act will be it states the president has to disclose his rationale for a decision like this and give the public an opportunity to speak about the proposed changes neither has happened in this case but the APA has been key in Ferguson's fifty five lawsuits against the trump administration the times reports that of the twenty four decisions reach so far all have been in the AG's favor primarily because of this rule Bergesen admits he's not sure if closing in archives building falls under the rule and that's why he's assigning staff to look into this issue Brian Calvert komo news former Seattle Seahawks Richard Sherman is paying tribute to the late Kobe Bryant saying the NBA legend demanded Sherman take his current team to the Superbowl Kamel's Corwin heck is live with more one of Seattle's most famously outspoken sports personalities has plenty to say about his friend Kobe Bryant after Kobe and eight others died in a helicopter crash every every every ounce of respect every ounce of gratitude Sherman's now San Francisco forty niner he says he admires and has tried to emulate Bryant's persona as an on court assassin what Kobe referred to as his mamba mentality I guess the big mentality moment of my career was getting up from a torn Achilles walking off the field you know you I saw him do it and one thought to remind.

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"national archives building" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"national archives building" Discussed on WTVN

"News I'm Richard cancer the field of democratic presidential wannabes got a little smaller exactly three months after launching his bid for president California congressman Eric Swalwell is dropping out of the race sorry no good no regrets I'm excited about what we've done his campaign was short lived in failed to gain much traction Swalwell is vowing to return to Washington to fight for topics like battling gun violence and like stone ABC news president trump's executive order requiring pharmaceutical companies to include list prices in their TV advertising was to go into effect today but won't a federal judge in Washington blocked the rule on free speech grounds the rule was part of the administration's effort to lower prescription drug costs for consumers twenty three U. S. governors signed a pledge back in California in its showdown with the trump administration over the plan to relax vehicle mileage standards the White House wants to freeze tougher mileage standards laid out by former president Obama to fight climate change in Washington the National Archives building is closed today there's no electric power after Monday mornings torrential rain flooded parts of the metropolitan area including the power vault in the basement of the National Archives after weeks of demonstrations Hong Kong as a regional legislature killed a controversial bill on extradition it fuels fear Hong Kong's independent courts and legal systems would be weakened by allowing it to hand over accused criminal suspects to mainland China we will listen.

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"national archives building" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"national archives building" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Richard cancer the field of democratic presidential wannabes got a little smaller exactly three months after launching his bid for president California congressman Eric Swalwell is dropping out of the race Sir no good no regrets recited about what we've done his campaign was short lived in failed to gain much traction Swalwell is vowing to return to Washington to fight for topics like battling gun violence and like stone EBC their president trump's executive order requiring pharmaceutical companies to include list prices in their TV advertising was to go into effect today but won't a federal judge in Washington blocked the rule on free speech grounds the rule was part of the administration's effort to lower prescription drug costs for consumers twenty three U. S. governors signed a pledge backing California in its showdown with the trump administration over the plan to relax vehicle mileage standards the White House wants to freeze tougher mileage standards laid out by former president Obama to fight climate change in Washington the National Archives building is closed today there's no electric power after Monday mornings torrential rain flooded parts of the metropolitan area including the power vault in the basement of the National Archives after weeks of demonstrations Hong Kong as a regional legislature killed a controversial bill on extradition it fuels fear Hong Kong's independent courts and legal systems would be weakened by allowing it to hand over accused criminal suspects to mainland China we will listen more.

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"national archives building" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"national archives building" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"News I'm Richard cancer the field of democratic presidential wannabes got a little smaller exactly three months after launching his bid for president California congressman Eric Swalwell is dropping out of the race sorry no good no regrets recited about what we've done his campaign was short lived in failed to gain much traction Swalwell is vowing to return to Washington to fight for topics like battling gun violence at like stone ABC news president trump's executive order requiring pharmaceutical companies to include list prices in their TV advertising was to go into effect today but won't a federal judge in Washington blocked the rule on free speech grounds the rule was part of the administration's effort to lower prescription drug costs for consumers twenty three U. S. governors signed a pledge backing California in its showdown with the trump administration over the plan to relax vehicle mileage standards the White House wants to freeze tougher mileage standards laid out by former president Obama to fight climate change in Washington the National Archives building is closed today there's no electric power after Monday mornings torrential rain flooded parts of the metropolitan area including the power vault in the basement of the National Archives after weeks of demonstrations Hong Kong as a regional legislature killed a controversial bill on extradition it fuels fear Hong Kong's independent courts and legal systems would be weakened by allowing it to hand over accused criminal suspects to mainland China we will listen more extensively.

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"national archives building" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"national archives building" Discussed on KOMO

"On como news from ABC news I'm Richard cancer the field of democratic presidential wannabes got a little smaller exactly three months after launching his bid for president California congressman Eric Swalwell is dropping out of the race it's an excited about what we've done his campaign was short lived in failed to gain much traction Swalwell is vowing to return to Washington to fight for topics like battling gun violence that like stone ABC news president trump's executive order requiring pharmaceutical companies to include list prices in their TV advertising was to go into effect today but won't a federal judge in Washington blocked the rule on free speech grounds the rule was part of the administration's effort to lower prescription drug costs for consumers twenty three U. S. governors signed a pledge backing California in its showdown with the trump administration over the plan to relax vehicle mileage standards the White House wants to freeze tougher mileage standards laid out by former president Obama to fight climate change in Washington the National Archives building is closed today there's no electric power after Monday mornings torrential rain flooded parts of the metropolitan area including the power vault in the basement of the National Archives after weeks of demonstrations Hong Kong as a regional legislature killed a controversial bill on extradition it fuels fear Hong Kong's independent courts and legal systems would be weakened by allowing it to hand over accused criminal suspects to mainland China we will listen.

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"national archives building" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"national archives building" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"From ABC news I'm Richard cancer the field of democratic presidential wannabes got a little smaller exactly three months after launching his bid for president California congressman Eric Swalwell is dropping out of the race sorry no good no regrets recited about what we've done his campaign was short lived in failed to gain much traction Swalwell is vowing to return to Washington to fight for topics like battling gun violence and like stone ABC news president trump's executive order requiring pharmaceutical companies to include list prices in their TV advertising was to go into effect today but won't a federal judge in Washington blocked the rule on free speech grounds the rule was part of the administration's effort to lower prescription drug costs for consumers twenty three U. S. governors signed a pledge backing California in its showdown with the trump administration over the plan to relax vehicle mileage standards the White House wants to freeze tougher mileage standards laid out by former president Obama to fight climate change in Washington the National Archives building is closed today there's no electric power after Monday mornings torrential rain flooded parts of the metropolitan area including the power vault in the basement of the National Archives after weeks of demonstrations Hong Kong as a regional legislature killed a controversial bill on extradition it fuels fear Hong Kong's independent courts and legal systems would be weakened by allowing it to hand over accused criminal suspects to mainland China we.

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"national archives building" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"national archives building" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"News I'm Richard cancer the field of democratic presidential wannabes got a little smaller exactly three months after launching his bid for president California congressman Eric Swalwell is dropping out of the race Sir no good no regrets recited about what we've done his campaign was short lived in failed to gain much traction Swalwell is vowing to return to Washington to fight for topics like battling gun violence and like stone ABC news president trump's executive order requiring pharmaceutical companies to include list prices in their TV advertising was to go into effect today but won't a federal judge in Washington blocked the rule on free speech grounds the rule was part of the administration's effort to lower prescription drug costs for consumers twenty three U. S. governors signed a pledge backing California in its showdown with the trump administration over the plan to relax vehicle mileage standards the White House wants to freeze tougher mileage standards laid out by former president Obama to fight climate change in Washington the National Archives building is closed today there's no electric power after Monday mornings torrential rain flooded parts of the metropolitan area including the power vault in the basement of the National Archives after weeks of demonstrations Hong Kong regional legislature killed a controversial bill on extradition it fuels fear Hong Kong's independent courts and legal systems would be weakened by allowing it to hand over accused criminal suspects to mainland China we were all this and more.

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"national archives building" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"national archives building" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"In the nation's capital as a slow moving rainstorm washed out roads and stranded drivers in the Washington metropolitan area between three and six inches of rain fell in a two hour period there were dozens of boat rescues for drivers in deep water across the area basements were flooded including at the White House where the press work space near the west wing was affected flooding led to electrical outages that close the National Archives building in museum which said the nation's founding documents were in no danger I'm Louise Schiavone and PR needs Washington support for NPR comes from Americans for the arts committed to transforming America's communities through the arts and arts education supporting the nonprofit arts industry which employs four point six million people nationwide learn more at Americans for the arts dot org you're listening to All Things Considered on ninety point three K. AZ you I'm Chris settlements on we receive support from a tray of food supporting local vendors suppliers and artisans by providing central coast businesses with the local source for fresh natural and organic farm to table dairy and other food products more at T. R. O. I. A. foods dot com it's three oh six it's All Things Considered from NPR news I'm not a coronation Amari Shapiro multi millionaire Jeffrey Epstein was charged today with sex trafficking of minors at a New York federal court prosecutors claim abstain prayed for years on dozens of girls as young as fourteen in two thousand eight he escaped major prison time for essentially the same charges in Florida when prosecutors arranged a secret plea deal one of those prosecutors was Alex Acosta who is now secretary of labor in the trump administration today in a Manhattan federal court abstain pleaded not guilty to the charges and PR school Lawrence was at the courthouse and joins us now hike will tell us more about the charges that obscene faces in New York but it it's two charges one of sex trafficking of minors the other of conspiracy to do the same and it involves as you say dozens and dozens of girls many of them very young they were brought to his home as his his mansions around the country where who.

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"national archives building" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

10:49 min | 2 years ago

"national archives building" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Don't go forward with the cavenaugh stop. The question is do here's the question. This morning are thirsty Thursday. Is this reuniting the right? People that voted for Trump people that maybe didn't vote for Trump and support the agenda now that it's underway. This uniting the right? I have a feeling that the Democrats are really really going to have a terrible terrible hangover come Wednesday. Yeah. This is going to backfire because I I really think so I think that especially. They really take the Senate. And I think this is backfiring. You've got you've got a several democrat senators in key states. That are real. I'm looking at the polling this morning, and it's looking really bad for them. The question is will they go ahead and vote for cabinet anyway. No, no. They were I think they'll just stick to their guns on this. I think this is reuniting the right? I really do. But the bird the burglar situation. So what's happening? This morning is all the senators this box docs box docks, by the way, the. The dachshund person, by the way got caught. They know who this guy is the guy that was giving all the information from three Republican senators to WikiLeaks. Oh, really? They caught this guy. Democratic operative. I believe at one time he actually worked for Diane Feinstein. Best friends with their spy spy driver. Would that would that surprise anybody? So anyway, the FBI background report investigation on Cavanaugh was handed to the White House passed on to the Senate overnight. So this will all be read in secret beginning today, and what happens is you you go into a room. No cellphones. No, nothing. And you you you look at the documents. And then you come out in the next person goes into rates him. How should we put bets now on how long it's going to be before something gets leaked? I can't imagine in their desperation. They're going to want to leak some of this stuff. Oh, yeah. Democrats will want to leak this. So the bottom line is is somebody got pull a Sandy Berger in some of your saying what let's say burger, this is it's it's probably before most of your time. We got a lot of younger listeners listening. I mean, so some things in life crowd for an explanation like, for example, Representative William Jefferson down in Louisiana, how did ninety thousand dollars wind up in his freezer. He ended up going to jail for that. But how about this? That's a William Jefferson. He's a Representative. He ended up doing time for that. How about this William Jefferson, William Jefferson Clinton and his national security advisor Sandy Berger said burgers. So this is a guy he was the national security advisor for Bill Clinton. This has never been conclusively answered. The media's never looked into this properly, which makes me wonder if there's some dead bodies or something like that. And nobody wants to be next but Berger was acting as former President Clinton's desert a designated Representative to the commission investigating the attacks of September. Eleventh two thousand one. So he goes to the national archives building on four different occasions. And finally after his third visit appeal to people at the archives thought, he's he's stealing stuff. You go to the archives. Oh, yeah. No cellphones. No, nothing. You go in you re documents, and you leave and there's always somebody watching you the whole time. What this guy was doing was. He was when the guy behind him watching wasn't watching. He would take. He would take documents and fold them up neatly and tuck them into his waistband. Tuck them into his underwear. Tuck them into his socks after three. Visit. They finally figured out. Okay. Wait this guy stealing stuff? Don't step down the way. He would do it was he would he would go take a bathroom break every thirty minutes. And that's where he would you know? Would better conceal all the stuff that he'd been taking? But it gets even better. He took these unauthorized materials classified material and he hid it behind a construction trailer nearby until he could retrieve the items later, that'd be this is also sloppy. He was caught. He was totally caught. He was totally caught. And at the end of the day while he should have done big type prison time and had one hundred thousand dollars worth of fines. He had a ten thousand dollar fine. No prison time, it was reduced to a misdemeanor. He didn't lose his license to practice law and he had his clearance taken away for three years. So I mean all the scandals involving the Clintons to this day. No one knows what documents he took at why this was so important. So I've just kind of curious if somebody get into a Sandy Berger in the name of Justice, we've got to let the people know what to this FBI box. So they got the docs box the docs box docs box. Let me see. So Chuck Grassley, or we call them corden phone cornpone good old cornpone what he's going to be the first person to see it right now. He's he's in there as we speak eight AM east coast time, so they go in one in time one at a time and how much time do they have? Well, he gets an hour because Diane Feinstein's scheduled to come in at. At six o'clock, our time interesting and only there's only one copy so just one Senator time. Yep. Yep. They GOP members of the judiciary committee will get at at ten o'clock. So they just basically lineup anybody that wants to see it. We'll see now here's the other thing. My guess is. We've got all these Democrats. I'm just wondering how many of them believe a by the looking at these documents. You know what I'm saying? Right. Well, they won't understand them. So that's it the FBI's completed their job. They did it in a week. The Democrats were hoping this would take like three weeks. And they set the background check to two in the they got the docs box the docs box. So what's going to happen is there will be a floor test vote to end a democrat filibuster tomorrow? So senators look at the information today, no public release of the findings test vote tomorrow. And quite honestly the way they're looking at it right now if he's confirmed BIC they could make it fast track. This literally if he's confirmed he could be sitting in his supreme court in the supreme court with his robot Monday morning. What are the odds of that? Right. I don't know. Is there like a bet go their line? And they gotta be well, we'll check it out, Katie. Oh, yeah. I'm looking you can probably do it in in London to. Yeah. Unbelievable. So that's the deal. You know, the other thing that's really interesting, by the way our condolences to the Oakland Athletics. Hey, you gave it a good shot guys. Nice. Try. They went further than the giants think about this much farther. So think about this. They they had the best. They were the best team in the majors from June sixteenth on. And they had if they didn't have the smallest it was one of the smallest payrolls in the league. That's pretty cool very efficient. That's pretty cool three consecutive last place finishes. And now there were they were in the postseason. I mean, that's that's cool stuff. I know things fans have been fired up. That it will just continue next year. That'll be great. So we got that for you. But remember, we had the caller that was that interesting caller the checked in with us a couple of weeks ago saying I had a buddy. He dated Christine blazey for. Oh. Yeah. And she was unfaithful to him and she stole some stuff from him. And that was the end of the relationship. Yeah. I think that's the same guy. So you heard it here. First on K SEO, we could never corroborate it. So we really couldn't put it out there. But we talked about it a couple of times. I think that's the same guy that wrote this letter to Chuck Grassley that was that was seen by Fox News talking about her. He had a relationship with her. The guy calling in said it was seven years in the letter. It says it was six years. In the letter. It said sh the the relationship ended because she was unfaithful to him, and she had stolen something from him six hundred dollars in credit card charges. That's the guy who said she doesn't have a fear of flying. She doesn't have claustrophobia. That's the guy. That's the same. Gosh. The only thing missing from this letter is what the guy calling us up said that she had been arrested by her father that didn't come up in the letter. Okay. Wow. So I think it's the same. I bet you're right. You're right. We asked the guy Sherry and her Sherry talked to the guy headed type free came on in Sherri during our conversation said ask him why he thinks this is for real. So during the interview, Sherry whispers, the question in my ear, and I asked I said, how how can we believe you? Why should we believe you? And the guy said well stick around. I'll tell you just what we gotta get to traffic five fifteen. And a check those roadways sponsored by Manzini Sleepworld. Let's check on your traffic here. One to one in the northbound direction at the six eighty connector ramp an accident here. The good news. No injuries involved. A tow truck on the scene. So there should be cleared shortly to thirty seven eastbound Mathilde, we still have some construction going on over to the right hand side still trying to get that cabinet cleared from four westbound at the two forty two connector ramp it is causing some slowing,.

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"national archives building" Discussed on Civics 101

Civics 101

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"national archives building" Discussed on Civics 101

"Civics wanna one is supported in part by the corporation for public broadcasting who is the current speaker of the house uh don't even know who will they um rule and the president favor will they fended the supreme court you can't refer to a center directly by their name congressional redistricting break our executive order national security now cds swanepoel on i'm virginia prescott and this is civics wanna one the podcasts refresher course on the basics of how our democracy works did they were taking a peek inside the national archives and records administration or nahra that is the place that collects and preserve the most important documents in the country declaration of independence the constitution for example and make them available to me the people joining us today is jesse kraatz be historian of the national archives in washington dc and jesse welcome to civics one one big you so much for having me to first things first the agency is officially national archive and records administration so what does that mean broadly what did they do broadly speaking a we preserve of our records of the federal government um and we made them available to the public on the records administration part comes with where we're working with federal agencies in order to get there permanent record sent to the national archives when was the national archives established and why what congress established the national archives in 1930 four after year an years of lobbying from the historical community to basically preserve and care for the records of the government and make them accessible to the public because previously federal records were kept in various federal agencies and bureau's the had created them and the state department was in charge of keeping federal records like the public laws constitutional amendments entreaties but as you can imagine recordkeeping practices weren't always the first priority for those agencies and there was really no consistent way that these agencies were story in records and the public really had no access at all so after many years historical community um trying to organize a petitioning congress congress finally passed a what's known as the public building act in nineteen 26 in this basically provided federal building office space in the federal triangle area of washington dc and one of those buildings was the national archives building and a nineteen 34 president roosevelt signed the legislation that congress passed establishing the national archives and in nineteen.

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