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"new york archdiocese" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:56 min | 3 months ago

"new york archdiocese" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It's 65 degrees in 11 o'clock in Good morning. I'm Joe Bartlett, a stunning admission by the Vatican. It says the pope, Vatican officials and US clergy all knew of allegations against former Newark Archbishop Theodore McCarrick. But he was still elevated to the position of card report shows. The Vatican was born about sexual misconduct allegations against theater McCarrick, some of which came when he was in charge of the touching, and New York Archdiocese in New Jersey. However, the 400 page report shows McCarrick denied those allegations to then Pope John Paul the second the pope believed him and following an inconclusive investigation promoted McCarrick, the archbishop of Washington, in 2000. No. A few years ago, Pope Francis expelled the Carrick after a former altar server came forward with abuse allegations. I'm Scott Pringle, double D. O R. News. It's a day of action on Staten Island education and enforcement being stepped up a bit of surge in Corona virus case shortage of theories behind the Staten Island Cove. It spikes particularly taught me a lot of kids trying to get their sports activities in Andi. I think just people are trying to get out and be sociable. And there's another issue the mask adherents on their parts of the island. People don't really wear masks. Even more disturbing. They said that they were going to ticket people who are someone's people who are not wearing it, But I don't see anybody getting a ticket or some and Alice Stockton, Rossini Wooo are news. Well, President Trump isn't the only one filing lawsuits over the presidential election. President elect Biden now threatening legal action over the transition process, The General Services Administration or G S, A is still not recognizing Joe Biden as the president elect. Without that official government recognition. The incoming administration does not have access to funding classified information and secured facilities to review that information. The biting transition team says A number of options are on the table to push the to make that designation, including Eagle Action. The Administrator Emily Murphy, is a political appointee. Name to that position in 2017 by President Trump. Karen Travers. ABC NEWS Washington Later today by day, and we'll talk about his health care plan. This comes as the Supreme Court is hearing arguments today on Obama care in Trump in 18 states, led by Republicans want the Supreme Court to eliminate the affordable care act. I'd like to terminate Obamacare come up with a brand new, beautiful healthcare. It puts health insurance for 21 million Americans at risk along with protection. Ins for pre existing conditions and mandates for no cost preventive care and contraceptive services. There is no alternative up for debate in Congress. The cases the third challenge to the Affordable Care Act to reach the Supreme Court, but the first with New Justice. Amy Cockney Baron Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS New York The NYPD is closed off parts of Columbus Circle because of security concerns, but it's now frustrating a lot of New York City last weekend Central Park west between Columbus Circle in West 62nd Street, adjacent to the Trump International Hotel and Tower, which has been home to protests is now closed to both.

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Vatican to release long-awaited report into ex-Cardinal McCarrick's rise despite allegations of sexual misconduct

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:26 sec | 3 months ago

Vatican to release long-awaited report into ex-Cardinal McCarrick's rise despite allegations of sexual misconduct

"The Vatican will release its long awaited report into what it knew about ex Cardinal Theodore McCarrick sexual misconduct. As he rose through the church hierarchy. McCarrick served as a bishop in the New York Archdiocese as Diocese of Metuchen. Before becoming archbishop of Newark and later Washington, D C Vatican said today that the report will span his life and we'll cover the Holy See's institutional knowledge and decision making process.

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"new york archdiocese" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:45 min | 5 months ago

"new york archdiocese" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Who has a judicial philosophy that we're a whole Kentucky attorney general dangle. Cameron will release the transcripts of the grand jury presentation for the Briana Taylor case. Afterall correspondent Gabe Gutierrez reports last week. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron cited an ongoing FBI civil rights investigation for why that information should stay secret. But now, he says he will comply with the judge's order to release it by Wednesday. One of the grand jurors filed a motion in Jefferson County to release all records. Target will go head to head with Amazon Prime Day Target Deal Days are being held October 13th and 14th. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio. Some reason moves by the United States and Iraq or raising fears of a military confrontation. The US is preparing to withdraw diplomats from Iraq, raising the possibility of military action in the country. The State Department has said the diplomatic staff will be withdrawn because of repeated rocket attacks in Baghdad. But on the ground in Iraq, the feeling is the move would be quickly followed by a U. S military operation against Iranian backed groups thought responsible. The United States currently has about 5000 troops in Iraq. Bills him for NBC News Radio President Trump will appear remotely at the New York Archdiocese is all virtual Al Smith fundraising dinner on Thursday night. The archdiocese says it also hopes former vice President Joe Biden will take part in the 75th annual fundraiser. The Al Smith dinner is the biggest fundraiser for the archdiocese and in years past They've been able to get both the Democratic and Republican candidates for president to sit on the same day as this year's event will be broadcast live Thursday, beginning at 7 P.m. wholesale inventory, surprisingly rose a half percent last month analysts that forecast of 2/10 percent decline in July after 3/10 percent drop in June. The August advance was the first since April and only the second increase in more than a year. Disney's fan convention, known as The D 23 Expo, is being pushed back to 2022. The event normally takes place every two years and was set to happen in 2021 in Anaheim, California due to the ongoing Corona virus pandemic. He will now happen the following year. The company uses the event to announce upcoming projects debut footage. And have celebrity panels theme you choe. NBC NEWS Radio Police in Wisconsin are looking for a python that was stolen in a burglary. The Iowa County Sheriff's Office tweeted today. The Snake, which is about 2 FT. Long was taken sometime on Saturday during a burglary with the Sheriff's office has posted photos of the python. Give him a buzz. If you see it Some Roberts, NBC news radio. Sleep and dream Luxury Bed Store.

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Trump will speak remotely at New York Archdiocese's virtual Al Smith Dinner

Richard Eeds

00:26 sec | 5 months ago

Trump will speak remotely at New York Archdiocese's virtual Al Smith Dinner

"Trump will appear remotely at the New York Archdiocese is all virtual Al Smith fundraising dinner on Thursday night. The archdiocese says it also hopes former vice President Joe Biden will take part in the 75th annual fundraiser. The Al Smith dinner is the biggest fundraiser for the archdiocese and in years past They've been able to get both the Democratic and Republican candidates for president to sit on the same day as this year's event will be broadcast live Thursday, beginning at 7 P.m.

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"new york archdiocese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"new york archdiocese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Okay as well mass transit that's one or close to schedule next update in less than ten minutes cari Moses in the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic so I know you're alright with this weather five day forecast from CBS three meteorologist born Casey after a beautiful start to the weekend staying quiet overnight clear skies with a low temperature at seventy three for tomorrow sunny and hot but not too humid breezy at times with a high of ninety two on Monday sunshine comfortable humidity a seasonable high temperature of eighty seven Tuesday though that humidity starts to return mostly sunny hot hit or miss afternoon downpours or thunderstorms with a high temperature at ninety two Wednesday partly cloudy hot and humid with scattered late day downpours and thunderstorms a high of ninety three and on Thursday downright steamy mostly sunny with a chance of a late day downpour or thunderstorm high temperature at ninety five he indices could be the triple digits right now here to broadcast center we have mostly clear skies eighty three degrees here at ten thirty four now let's talk about the weather in the Gulf you can hear and whipping winds as Barry comes to shore downgraded but still dangerous as the storm batters the coast tropical storm very very came ashore as a hurricane but quickly downgraded back to tropical storm status still presenting a major flood threat for Louisiana and surrounding areas respond in NYC what reports some evacuations were ordered in Louisiana's world coastal parish of terror bond as water overtopped levy right now the priority is to get those people out of those coastal parishes where they are in danger and to prepare for the worst three thousand National Guard spread out across the state many other first responders waiting for the impact of all that water New Orleans mayor latoya control caution folks in her city to be on alert as it's not over yet although you may not have seen rainfall as we've been discussing it is coming our way so please continue to listen and react accordingly nearly a hundred thirty thousand customers across Louisiana lost power due to the storm I'm Barbara sack immigration rates are expected tomorrow all across the region in Philadelphia is not on the target list but New York sure is and cardinal Timothy Dolan he's the head of the New York archdiocese.

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New York Archdiocese lists 120 former clergy accused of abuse

WCBS Programming

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

New York Archdiocese lists 120 former clergy accused of abuse

"And the archdiocese of New York releases a list of priests who had been credibly accused of sexually abusing children seeing the release of this list of clergy as a welcome sign of change for the past. Almost ten years cardinal Dolan has has been stalling on the release of the list of probably accused clergy in the archdiocese of New York. He's made it he made it very clear many years that he wasn't going. Release. These Robert Hudson is a former priest who himself endured abuse, he's now the head of a nonprofit called road to recovery. Let's hope that this is now the beginning of, you know, just complete honesty and transparency cardinal Dolan released a letter along with the list saying, quote, I write to ask forgiveness again for the failing of those clergy and bishops who should have provided for the safety of our young people. But instead betrayed the trust placed in them by God. And by the

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"new york archdiocese" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"new york archdiocese" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"E V are looking okay. And coming up later today. We've got car-free earthy until you bet some of those closures on my on Levinson. Our next report seven forty one on ten ten win. Now, the official ten ten wins AccuWeather four day forecast. Beautiful blue skies, but maybe a bit chilly. So let's check in. And we get an update now from meteorologist Steve Travis that's going to be a pretty cool day, and it's already feeling pretty windy out now. And I think we'll see the wind continue as we go throughout the day. So that'll make it feel even chillier than it actually is at least we will see some this morning. Some clouds mixing this afternoon. High getting up to fifty seven the wind will die down tonight. We will see more clouds move in though came down to a low forty eight. And then tomorrow is going to be rather cloudy with a couple of showers and a high of fifty six so another cool day sun and some clouds on Monday, high near sixty and then some showers return on Tuesday, but a little bit milder hype to sixty six right now in central park. It's fifty one the relative humidity is fifty percent winds are variable six miles per hour repeated the current temperature fifty one heading up to fifty seven mid town. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Steve Travis on New York's weather station. Ten ten win. Fifty one degrees in west orange fifty-one in Hempstead fifty in bergenfield wins. News time seven thirty three. Five our team with caffeine from green tea leaves? It's delicious energizing. Incomes comes in three amazing flavors with zero sugar and four calories. It fits your life with its compact size import ability. It goes where you go to the campsite, the hiking trail the beach without weighing you down by our team caffeine from green tea leaves release your natural site from the makers of five hour energy. For more information. Visit five hour energy dot com. You hear that sound? That's the sound of a dental practice when it's network goes down. No calls. No access to online bookings and x-rays that can't be viewed in real time. They need a reliable network. They need Spectrum Business with over ninety nine point nine percent network reliability and the fastest internet. Starting speeds. Available Spectrum Business will keep your business sounding like this. Learn how Spectrum Business can keep your business. Running at business dot spectrum dot com. At least one hundred twenty priests who are credibly accused of sexually abusing a child or of having pornography in their possession. We get more now from ten ten wins. Reporter Carol cardinal Dolan issued an open letter to the people of the New York archdiocese.

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New York Archdiocese lists 120 former clergy accused of abuse

WCBS Programming

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

New York Archdiocese lists 120 former clergy accused of abuse

"Now. There is definitely penance in order here. A lot of reaction to a list of one hundred and twenty clergy with confirmed accusations of sexually abusing children in New York cardinal Timothy Dolan release the list along with the letter saying he realizes the shame abuses. Brought the church wanted to provide names after hearing for many victims providers. Most of the priests named have died and most of the alleged abuse took place in the seventies. And eighties. Robert hosts in is a former priest of the archdiocese of Newark, he's the head of the nonprofit road to recovery. Good first step by cardinal Dolan. He finally has reached the conclusion that secrecy kills it. Not only kills the church. The the inside of the church and parishioners and the life of the church. It also damages and revictimizes in retrievers victim victims of sexual abuse. Hosts and says, there are more names that could be made public and argues. There's a lot more that

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"new york archdiocese" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"new york archdiocese" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"New York archdiocese and was finished in the eighteen seventies Eban Brown, Fox News. WBZ news time ten oh. One. From the storm watch forecast center. I'm meteorologist Nick coasts, sir. We're going to see some clouds around today, but temps will still soared eighty one. Tomorrow cold front comes in so strong to severe storms expected Friday afternoon and evening matter of fact, is ninety percent chance your neighborhood. We'll see rough weather high seventy three Saturday sixty three so much cooler skies clear in the wake of those storms. Forty stuck live in Santa and three WBZ. I'm meteorologist Nick kosher right now, sixty seven rock hill, sixty seven Harrisburg and sixty-seven uptown weather brought to you by box. Spain Real estate guaranteed offer on your home today. Go to Mark Spain dot com. Now, you're WBZ MoneyWatch Asian stocks fell Thursday, despite encouraging Chinese economic data Labor Department says the number of Americans finding applications for unemployment benefits fell more than forty nine year low last week claims golfing five thousand to a seasonally just at one hundred ninety two thousand stock indexes mixed on Wall Street. The Dow the early going is up ninety seven the s&p is down to the NASDAQ is down twenty-five WBZ news time ten three gyms. Okay here. Now sports round one of the NFL draft one week from tonight at their pre-draft press conference. Coach Ron Rivera on the progress of starting tackle Daryl Williams from knee surgery. And if that impacts the draft in any way deal done, a nice job, you know, in terms of his rehab and preparation getting ready for for next season's we go forth. So whether or not that affects impact, I don't.

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"new york archdiocese" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"new york archdiocese" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Of the program that we realized that. There will be a cookie for the New York archdiocese. Spokesman Joe's willing says they're in talks with several other religious orders, including the Jesuits Dominicans and Franciscans to include clergy not ordained in the diocese as well has requested that. That we would they do the religious. Swilling says those discussions have been ongoing for the past few months. So an answer should be coming soon. So far five independent IRC peas given out two hundred seven million dollars to abuse victims across New York state, Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty when the New York legislature convenes in Albany on Wednesday, lawmakers will begin consideration of a host of issues including proposals to legalize recreational marijuana another that would authorize sports betting Bashar that would impose congestion pricing tolls. A drivers who entered the busiest parts of Manhattan to raise money for the cities aging subway system, all of this against a different legislative landscape for the first time in a decade, Democrats will control the assembly Senate and the governor's office another. I the Senate will be led by a woman. Senator Andrea Stewart cousins, I'm Yonkers. Oh makers in New Jersey Amos deal with Democrats. Unfinished business from last year, including the legalization of recreational pot and raising the minimum wage northjersey dot com reports governor Phil Murphy is tentatively scheduled to meet privately this week with legislative leaders, which could ultimately lead to a deal on boosting the state's minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour over the course of several years. It's currently eight eighty five an hour. More Democrats now hold seats in the Connecticut legislature. That includes some who were described as left of center, referring to themselves as progressive makers, your turn to Hartford on Wednesday key items on the progressive caucus and Jeddah include a higher minimum wage legalized marijuana had paid family medical leave early voting and sports betting our other potential hot issues. It's three eighteen.

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Google walkout: Employees protest over sexual harassment scandals

All of It

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Google walkout: Employees protest over sexual harassment scandals

"Communist party warned of what it called profound changes in the external environment, not to the tariffs imposed by the United States, one key omission from the meeting was an announcement about the dates for a plan of key autumn meeting. Analysts suggest the delay of the meeting which is expected to focus on economic policies could suggest lack of consensus among China's leadership over how to handle the cooling economy NPR's. Rob Schmitz reporting. Stocks are trading higher this hour on Wall Street, the Dow was up two hundred twenty points, the NASDAQ up ninety seven. This is NPR news in Washington. This is WNYC in New York. I'm Rebecca era. The city of Newark is facing questions about the quality of its drinking water after state tests found elevated levels of lead mayor raspberry says part of the problem is with privately owned service lines that carry water to people's homes, but star ledger reporter Karen Ye says another factor recently came to light this month, the city acknowledged that. There's also a problem with how they're treating the water. And when you have highly corrosive water that excess debates the problem, right? It's sort of eating away more than it would before the city is handing out water filters to residents and changing the way it treats water today is the first day of open enrollment consumers can sign up for or change their health insurance plans, including coverage under the Affordable Care Act in New York more than four million people get their insurance including Medicaid through the state run exchange political reporter, Dan Goldberg says insurance. Premiums in the state have gone up nine percent since last year. But most customers received subsidies, that's given New York officials confidence that the market will remain stable. It was stable last year. In fact, it had one of its best seasons in twenty eighteen despite some of the turmoil coming out of DC, and they're looking for much the same in two thousand nine hundred New Yorkers can sign up for health insurance at NY state of health dot org, and a Catholic Bishop in the New York archdiocese has stepped down from public ministry after being accused of sexual abuse cardinal. Timothy Dolan says a decades-long allegation lodged against auxiliary Bishop John genetic of Our Lady of refuge in the Bronx was quote credible and sustained genyk has denied the allegations. This is WNYC support for NPR comes from Newman's Own foundation working to nourish the common good by donating all profits from Newman's Own food products to charitable organizations that seek to make the world a better place. More information is available at new. Newman's Own foundation dot org. This is all Alison Stewart, and you have been listening to attract called walk and funny of Christian mcbride's, John six time, Grammy winning jazz

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"new york archdiocese" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"new york archdiocese" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"He likes awake at night wondering how we got into this mess for cocoa didn't speak outside the courthouse. But his attorney Barry Borer did listen for CoCo is a man of strength and a man of faith. He has faith in the system, and we are hopeful that our appeal successful the forty nine year old for CoCo was convicted of taking more than three hundred. Two thousand dollars in bribes at federal court in Hatton. Peter Haskell that you see as NewsRadio. Eight eighty a former federal judge will be the one who will be investigating priest abuse in New York sex abuse by priests and others. He's promised full access to the records of the New York archdiocese. She will be addressing past abuse and present diocese policy on sex, abuse and harassment. Richland reports cardinal Timothy Dolan announced that appointment Barbara Jones, as anger grows over the way. The church has addressed cases such as the one involving Theodore mckarrick who later led the church in Newark and Washington touching as well cardinal Dolan says one of the reasons Catholics may be losing trust in their bishops centers on the question. They are asking about former cardinal archbishop McCarrick how could a man continue to rise in the church with a background like that. And that's a darn good question that I share. We have got to get to the bottom of that. How is it? Ongoing question Dolan believes officials designated by the Vatican ought to be involved in church procedure called an apostolic visitation. I think particularly Napa solely visitation from the Holy See that included. Laker it professionals would be particularly effective way to do that we propose to the Holy See we wait and the cardinal underlined. If that does not happen. There has to be an equally effective way. Rich, lamb, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eight update traffic.

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"new york archdiocese" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"new york archdiocese" Discussed on 710 WOR

"This is Jeff McKinney. And the w our news room, a former top aide to governor Cuomo Joseph for cocoa sentenced to six years in prison on a fraud conviction today and things changing quickly today the person who has accused supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh of sexual assault could testify next week. It could be a major breakthrough in what had previously been a stalemate. According to the New York Times, Dr Christine Blasi Ford is now telling the Senate Judiciary committee that while it's not possible for her to testify on Monday that she is quote prepared to testify next week. But that she requires terms that are both fair and ensure her safety after her allegations of sexual assault against supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh became public. Blasi Ford has reportedly faced death threats and has had to flee her home. Senate Judiciary chairman Chuck Grassley has offered Blasi for the opportunity to testify either. Public or in private? Lana Zak ABC news. The Senate and Cavanaugh said all along that he very much wants to testify about the allegations against him and eighteen year old students stabbed this afternoon outside of Bronx high school police say he was stabbed in the stomach outside. The Roberto Clementi school on one hundred sixty four th street in the Melrose section. They say he was attacked by group of teenagers. Who wanted his cell phone it last word he was in stable condition? Police say four people are dead, including the female shooter in a workplace shooting in Aberdeen Maryland three people are suffering from injuries, which they are expected to survive. Three others are victims of our shooter who lost their lives here today and the forest loss of life is the suspect Harford county sheriff Jeffery Geller says the shooter died from self inflicted gunshot wounds. He says no police officers fired a weapon today says the shooter was a temporary employee at the Rite Aid distribution center, where the violence took place. A retired federal judge will review how the New York archdiocese. Handle sex abuse cases. Timothy cardinal Dolan is how to restore the trust of Catholics. Let down by how the church is handled allegations of sexually abusive priests. He appointed a former federal judge to review policies and close any gaps. You would obviously give the recommendations to me you will hold my feet to the fire fight to retire. Judge Barbara Jones just finished reviewing items seized from President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen said Dolan promised. Her independence cardinal has told.

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New Jersey, New York and York discussed on  The Ray Lucia Show

The Ray Lucia Show

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

New Jersey, New York and York discussed on The Ray Lucia Show

"York New jersey attorneys general now following up on worked on in Pennsylvania to investigate decades of sexual abuse allegations covered up by the Catholic church. You been served all eight Catholic diocese in the state getting subpoenas from new York Attorney General Barbara Underwood at the same time. New Jersey attorney general beer, gray. Wall is announcing a task force with subpoena power all to investigate allegations of sexual abuse of children by priests. Tim Lennon heads up the survivors groups snap already know that the maybe ten other states other than New York and New Jersey. Discussing exploring New York archdiocese spokesman Joseph Zwilling says they are not surprised by this subpoena and will continue to cooperate with any

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New York, New Jersey and York discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

New York, New Jersey and York discussed on 24 Hour News

"In New York and New Jersey are investigating the Roman Catholic church is handling of sex abuse by priests new York Attorney General Barbara Underwood as Scipion at all eight diocese in the state and her New Jersey counterpart Gerber gray wall is put together a task force with subpoena power to investigate allegations of sexual abuse by priests in a church cover up, Tim Lennon is president of these survivors groups snap, I strongly commend their efforts to have an independent investigation were they have subpoena. Power spokesman Joseph Zwilling at the New York archdiocese says he's not surprised by the subpoena that they welcomed the investigation and will continue to fully cooperate.

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Giuliani says that Trump will not answer obstruction questions

24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Giuliani says that Trump will not answer obstruction questions

"Tim Lennon heads up the survivors groups map, we already know that the maybe ten other states other than New York and New Jersey. Discussing exploring New York archdiocese spokesman Joseph Zwilling says they are not surprised by this subpoena and will continue to cooperate with any investigation. Al Jones ten ten wins news. Monmouth university has suspended all of its fraternities and sororities for what? School officials say was an inadequate response to quote serious conduct violations. According to the Ashbury park press the school earlier in the

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"new york archdiocese" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"new york archdiocese" Discussed on WRVA

"It's, a unique situation right now in Rome and David Wright is. Our ABC news correspondent in, the holy city and he joins us, to? Update us on what. Is happening Harsh words from a former, archbishop David actually suggesting that the current pope should step down That's, right, John calling on, both Francis to step down because in the words of archbishop beacon oh he claims that oh Francis, for years turned a blind, eye to, allegations of sexual, misconduct by an American cardinal cardinal Theodore McCarrick of Washington DC of course as you know McCarrick was removed from his post was removed from he lost his cardinal's hat this summer after an investigation by the New York archdiocese, found credible evidence that forty five years, ago when he was a priest in New York he had sex with a minor well so is there any validity to the claim that. Pope Francis did no and chose not to do anything There's evidence, that a lot of people knew and you know what begun claims is that he claims Benedict sanctions, cardinal McCarrick told him basically, keep a, low profile you're, going to have to live a life of prayer and penance you're now on but all signs suggest that McCarrick carried on whereas red uniform around at a an attending all sorts of high profile events photographs with the leadership, of the American church photographs with archbishop, begun as well and Brad significantly photographs with Benedict attending the final meeting of the cardinals with Pope Benedict The day before Benedict gave up the papacy well there's no question That he was high. Profile, used to seem DC all the time so that? Certainly true hey how're the faithful the Catholic faithful reacting to this I understand you were with the pope on his most. Recent, trip to Ireland That's right just dropped. Right in the middle of that trip and Ireland has been incredibly hard by the sexual abuse scandal, show many people in that country affected it's one in four people affected by the sexual abuse crisis. Of a certain age so this was an incredibly sensitive trip, and this bombshell document. Drops, right in the middle of it right as they. Knew that the pope would be flying home the next evening and faced with But television cameras and, tough questions from the Vatican press corps but Francis has not said a single word about that Glenn To pick this document over to do a lot of soul-searching themselves and people are picking. Shot defenders pope Francis have been going through this document and seeking to be bunket point-by-point and critics of pope Francis has shed in growing numbers that this is something that he really needs to. Answer does it go? Away, David I don't. See how it goes away it's certainly you know there are more shoes to fall here you know you talked about the storm at the beginning the best metaphor I can think of is the. Storm on the Galilee? Jesus Calmed the waters and everybody on the boat miraculously survived you'll be kind of a miracle pope Francis. And do the same. Here that's not to say that this is gonna, lead to his resignation but it certainly undermines his. Moral authority at. A time. When he is struggling to deal with. This larger, issue of, church sex abuse it it was so. Pervasive it, just won't go away even now David Wright. Our ABC news correspondent live in Rome this morning really appreciate that thank. You Forty here on this Thursday, morning time for traffic.

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Deadly Northern California wildfire grows by two-thirds overnight

24 Hour News

04:44 min | 2 years ago

Deadly Northern California wildfire grows by two-thirds overnight

"A former archbishop of Newark has just lost his job at, the Vatican over allegations of, sexual abuse in his past. Some of which may have taken place here in New York a story from correspondent Jennifer Eccleston Francis has accepted the resignation of cardinal Theodore McCarrick from the, college of cardinals after sexual assault allegations really significant event in. The life of the American Catholic church does not really been anything like it and three hundred and some years that's Joshua mcelwee with the national Catholic reporter he says. It's the first time in American, cardinal has renounced his position the Vatican's decision follows more than a month of. Allegations of abuse against young, men over Forty years, ago McCarrick is eighty eight years, old one of the alleged victims was. A teenager forty years ago here in the, city where McCarrick was an auxiliary Bishop for the. New York archdiocese McCarrick has denied that allegation another, alleged victim says McCarrick exposed himself to him when he was. Eleven and continue to sexually abusive relationship, with him for more than two decades Carrick has not responded publicly to that allegation after New York McCarrick served as Bishop in. Touch in New Jersey then archbishop of Newark before going to. DC where he served as archbishop starting in the year two thousand wins news time four three big puddles and. Tree limbs still leftover, from yesterday's rough weather on Staten Island one big tree made one big mess tree completely uprooted it fell onto George Medina's Bancroft avenue. Home around five thirty last night right into. The bedroom, and that's not all the next concern was is that the. High tension wire we're still energized burning into this tree now he's without power but thankful No it didn't happen when they were sleeping Tony Creole-language the block also without power she says, she was, up all night. Is crews cut and removed a. Large branch that blocked the street there's a limb right through the windshield of this car and as you get closer you see that motorcycle what is Shane sweeping the road. Inside Bakshi she says she's just thankful no one was hurt Samantha leap and ten ten wins in new door Staten Island wins news time four. Zero five are steamy muggy stormy weather and scorching skin burning sun this summer are part of a trend and, it's not just like any summer scientists at Penn State say this summer. Is the fourth hottest, on record around the globe, and, that, is evidence of global warming. The last three summers where the other three hottest. And, we still haven't seen what August. Of two thousand. Eighteen we'll do heat waves floods droughts and wildfires this summer around the nation and the world, are all symptoms latest data supporting evidence that greenhouse gases trapped in the atmosphere, because of human industrialization are making the. Oceans warmer right now, northern Europe This is sweltering in a, heat wave And update now, on that massive wildfire in California correspondent Alex stone is in the city of reading. Where entire neighborhoods have been wiped out when Frank Oriana. Arrived back at what was his house he found just about, everything, gone except two of his buddies. Motorcycles which he saved by parking them next to, a Bank before evacuating makes me sad but One. Of the best things I've ever done save the, bikes Yano is one by one calling. His friends to tell them their houses are. Gone as well the fire grew. To seventy five square miles two firefighters were killed battling it the fire actually started. With a vehicle with mechanical problem and spread. Quickly on Thursday Now the ten ten wins AccuWeather four, day forecast a stray shower or thunderstorm early this evening then. Clearing, out with. A low of seventy degrees. Tomorrow sunny to partly cloudy, less humid high eighty four tomorrow. Night mostly clear low sixty eight Monday mix of sun and clouds high eighty four Tuesday mostly cloudy and humid again with a shower or thunderstorm high again eighty four and now it's eighty three we have a fair sky the relative humidity sixty two percent the wind variable at three. Miles per hour gusting to twenty repeating the current temperature Eighty-three going down to seventy tonight in midtown wins news time for oh six police. Are looking for the blue car that seriously injured a woman in a, hit, and run. In mid would last night it's Dan that would have front end damage. After hitting the fifty seven year old woman on sixteenth street and avenue p just before midnight anyone with information is asked. To call crime stoppers at eight hundred five. Seven seven tips police are also. Looking for two men in a slashing attack in Brooklyn that happened when a fight Escalated, it happened last weekend police have just put out some video which you can see a ten wins dot com happened in front. Of cow about Brooklyn bistro on Jamaica avenue police say three men got into a fight with two men who slashed and ran three men. Were treated for injuries.

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"new york archdiocese" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

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01:51 min | 2 years ago

"new york archdiocese" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Of sexually abusing a teenager fifty years ago while he was a priest in new york in two thousand and two he spoke at the vatican about removing abusive priests from power probably the beginning of a real consensus that from here on in there is no place in the freezer someone who would do such a thing we get more details on karna mechanics removal from wcbs reporter rich lamb in new york the accusation arrived at the new york archdiocese and was turned over to law enforcement authorities it was then investigated by an independent forensic agency the new york archdiocese informs mccarrick of the allegation and says he cooperated fully while maintaining his innocence the results were forwarded to the archdiocese in review board it found the allegations credible and substantiated the newark archdiocese said it has never received an act that cardinal mccarrick abused a minor but it does say it in the diocese of matai received three allegations of sexual misconduct with adults decades ago two of which resulted in settlements tim lennon is president of the survivors network of those abused by priests issues with him going back to two thousand three with him opposing disclosure of child sex abuse and then in two thousand and six when he was opposing to start reforming the statute of limitations mckarrick says he has absolutely no recollection of this reported abuse and believes in his innocence but says he's sorry for the pain the person who brought the charges has gone through as well as for the scandals such charges caused the faithful with report on religion fred bottom our news radio wpbsa is home but the bears touchdown a new coach a new era in two thousand eighteen catch every exciting moment from training camp to the end of the sea.

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02:27 min | 2 years ago

"new york archdiocese" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The scene to authorities the sensors can also locked doors after gunshots the company based out of new mexico says the number of schools across the country expressing interest in these sensors has increased since parkland the fbi and homeland security held a terrorism workshop this weekend with law enforcement and first responders and chicago's two large suburbs because of the sensitive nature the two day counterterrorism workshop was closed to the public and media included where not only the fbi and homeland security but two hundred police and first responders from naperville and aurora and the four counties that contain them the goal the better help the west suburbs deal with a major terrorist attack with the expectation that if anything happened in chicago many people woodhead west pat cassidy newsradio one five point nine fm wbz news time five twenty two cardinal and clergy abuse i'm fred bodmer with report on religion former washington dc archbishop theodore mckarrick has been accused of sexually abusing a teenager fifty years ago while he was a priest in new york in two thousand and two he spoke at the vatican about removing abusive priests from power probably the beginning of a real consensus that from here on in there is no place in the freezer someone who would do such a thing we get more details on cardinal mccarrick removal from wcbs reporter rich lamb in new york the accusation arrived at the new york archdiocese and was turned over to law enforcement authorities it was then investigated by an independent forensic agency the new york archdiocese informs mccarrick of the allegation and says he cooperated fully while maintaining his innocence the results were forwarded to the archdiocese in review board it found the allegations credible and substantial the newark archdiocese said it has never received an accusation that cardinal mccarrick abused a minor but it does say it in the diocese of and received three allegations of sexual misconduct with adults decades ago two of which resulted in settlements tim lennon is president of the survivors network of those abused by priests issues with him going back to two thousand three with him opposing disclosure of child sex abuse and then in two thousand and six when he was opposing to start reforming the statue of limitations state mckarrick says he has absolutely no recollection of this reported abuse and believes in his innocence but says he's sorry for the pain the person who brought the charges has gone through as well as for the scandals such charges caused the.

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WBBM Newsradio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"new york archdiocese" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Two cardinal and clergy abuse i'm fred bodmer with report on religion former washington dc archbishop theodore mckarrick has been accused of sexually abusing a teenager fifty years ago while he was a priest in new york in two thousand and two he spoke at the vatican about removing abusive priests from power's probably the beginning of the real consensus that from here on in there is no place in the research of someone who would do such a thing we get more details on cardinal mccarrick removal from wcbs reporter rich lamb in new york the accusation arrived at the new york archdiocese and was turned over to law enforcement authorities it was then investigated by an independent forensic agency the new york archdiocese informs mccarrick of the allegation and says he cooperated fully while maintaining his innocence the results were forwarded to the archdiocese in review board it found the allegations credible and substantiated the newark archdiocese said it has never received an accusation that cardinal mccarrick abused a minor but it does say it in the diocese of matai received three allegations of sexual misconduct with adults decades ago two of which resulted in settlements tim lennon is president of the survivors network of those abused by priests issues with him going back to two thousand three with him opposing disclosure of child sex abuse and then in two thousand and six when he was opposing to start reforming the statute of limitation in a statement carter mccarrick says he has absolutely no recollection of this reported abuse and believes in his innocence but says he's sorry for the pain the person who brought the charges has gone through as well as for the scandal such charges caused the faithful with report on religion fred bottom our cbs news with a bloomberg business of sports report i'm michael barr when the two thousand eighteen world cup begins in moscow chinese advertisers plan to dominate spectators will see six chinese teenagers bearing of flags and a leading players onto the field.

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"new york archdiocese" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"new york archdiocese" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Restaurants w cbs news time twelve twenty federal prosecutors in manhattan have tacked on more charges against the man accused of mowing down people with a truck on the west side last halloween say full oh saipa of now faces six counts of attempted murder this is on top of eight counts of murder and terror related charges is expected to be arraigned a on the new charges tomorrow the father of a ten year old boy who drowned in the waters off long beach long island is shocked that his son and his brother went swimming all alone on tuesday night he tells tells channel two happy this accident never do nothing like this ten year old rahmael mcrae and eleven year old brothers you quan took a bus to the beach from hempstead they got caught in rough waters and no lifeguards were on duty at the time the new york archdiocese is speaking out following yesterday's news that theodore mckarrick the one time leader of the church in newark has been removed from public ministry wcbs reporter rich lamb has more on what we're hearing from cardinal dolan after the accuser stepped forward the new york archdiocese turned over the information to police and did a painstaking investigation it concluded the allegations were credible and substantiated cardinal dolan we bishops no longer gauge the guilt or innocence of a case we learned the hard way that doesn't work all right we need a law enforcement officials and if they give it back to us we need professional so we got jurist we got attorneys we got as we got psychiatrists we got physicians we got parents we got a priest we got them all on this review board and they really go through it and then they'll tell me yep we're afraid it's substantiated and then we have to act which is what happened here the cardinal thank the accuser for stepping forward and noted the pope took immediate action the holy father himself has toll carter mccarrick you may no longer exercise any public ministry in the church so in other words he's kind of got a life of of privacy in prayer and penance nothing more public dolan says the churches action show nobody is exempt not even a cardinal rich.

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"new york archdiocese" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"new york archdiocese" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"More this election is ridiculous you're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on wcbs morning i'm pat foreign act three things to know at ten forty five one as a crisis of migrant children separated from their families provoked national outrage president trump c was powerless to act through an executive order five days later he did just that presidential scholar bill allston says the about face was because the president found himself in an unsustainable position and he wanted to be bailed out without having to admit fault to new jersey's legislators all set to vote on a thirty six point five billion dollar budget though governor phil murphy seems poised to reject it and three new york city school cameras will have to come down because lawmakers in albany wrapped up their legislative session without agreeing to expand or even review the program it's ten forty six now the nypd is looking for a male and female panhandler who beat a sixty one year old subway rider after he refused to give her any money the tack happened at the pelham parkway station around five am on monday the victim was walking down the stairs after walking past the panhandler when the second suspect punched him in the face and dragged him down the stairs to the street where the beating continued the incident was caught on surveillance video the suspects took twenty dollars from the victims pants and then they ran off you cbs news time ten forty seven cardinal theodore mccarrick doesn't have a clean record when it comes to sexual allegations here is rich lamb with more on the cardinals past the accusation arrived at the new york archdiocese and was turned over to law enforcement authorities it was then investigated by an independent forensic agency the new york archdiocese informs mccarrick of the allegation and says he cooperated fully while maintaining his innocence the results were forwarded to the archdiocese in review board a group including law enforcement experts jurists parents psychologists a priest and religious sister.

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Search continues for boy missing in waters off Long Beach

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

02:09 min | 2 years ago

Search continues for boy missing in waters off Long Beach

"A drug ring and a plan to rob a high roller jake's fifty eight casino on long island so feel hall here's looking into that what started out as a drunk investigation turned into an investigation into a casino heist said suffolk county da tim seaney in the andy said three nassau county police officers were arrested eric's skoglund his girlfriend karen ernst along with bruce muller whose wife worked as a cashier at jake's fifty eight casino in islandia materialize from the efforts was evidence that bruce and christine molar hatch to separate schemes involving robberies at the casino the first was a conspiracy to rob a high roller a patron at the scene in the second was a conspiracy to rob an armed and armored truck which contained cash from the casino feeney said the high roller one seventy eight thousand dollars a number of search warrants were issued he said at homes across suffolk county and heroin cocaine marijuana painkillers and steroids were seized ten others were also arrested sophia hall wcbs newsradio eight eighty the search for a ten year old boy who vanished while swimming at long beach is being suspended the coastguard placed it on pause because of rough currents as local authorities continue to search on shore the boy hasn't been seen since yesterday afternoon when he went out in the water with his eleven year old brother began screaming that is little sibling was drowning rescue workers jumped in forming a human chain but could not find the boy cardinal theodore mccarrick who one served as washington dc's archbishop is being booted out of the public ministry for a credible story that he sexually assaulted a teenager forty seven years ago rich lamb that story the accusation arrived at the new york archdiocese and was turned over to law enforcement authorities it was then investigated by an independent forensic agency the new york archdiocese informed mccarrick of the allegation and says he cooperated fully while maintaining his innocence the results were forwarded to the archdiocese and review board a group including law enforcement experts jurists parents psychologists a priest and religious sister it.

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"new york archdiocese" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"new york archdiocese" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Park on the street accuweather says it'll turn cloudy this evening with rain at times overnight rumble of thunder thunder mixed in there as well overnight low of sixty six degrees a leftover shower to start tomorrow then clouds will give way to some sunshine in the afternoon a warm day with a high of eighty four right now eightyone thirtyseven percent are relative humidity going down to sixty six i'm john belmont wins news time three thirty good afternoon i'm susan richard the catholic church in the united states is rocked by the announcement that the vatican has removed a prominent cardinal theodore mccarrick from public ministry refining out from the new york archdiocese the allegations against cardinal mccarrick or of abuse to took place nearly five decades ago here in newark where mccarrick was archbishop for fourteen years this response for me petitioner may marty here's the deal after all the years of the service and all the good people of i their impressions to throw the dirt instead of saying look what this man is dr especially for the institution of the church you could argue that he's damaged the institution right mean you know allegations are one thing proven something is another in a written statement cardinal dolan says the new york archdiocese is saddened shocked by this but he thanks a victim for their courage gwen shock ten ten wins in indoor tolan also said the claims of abuse which involved a teenager were deemed credible it happened when mccarrick was a priest here in new york wins news time three thirty one from the ram trucks traffic center here's greg rice all sorts of messiaen bill parkway both ways in absolute standstill to rockaway parkway westbound from queens eastbound from.

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10 10 WINS

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"new york archdiocese" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Clouds this afternoon with a high of eighty two but accu weather see showers moving into the city toward evening followed by rain at times overnight with a low of sixty six degrees right now seventy six fair in new york wins news time eleven thirty good morning i'm susan richard the catholic church in the united states is rocked by the announcement that the vatican has removed the prominent cardinal from public ministry for finding out from the new york archdiocese the allegations against cardinal mccarrick or of abuse that took place nearly five decades ago here in newark where mccarrick was archbishop for fourteen years this response for me petitioner may marty here's the deal after all the years of the service and all the good people i their impressions to throw the dirt instead of saying look with this man is document especially for the institution of the church by you could argue that he's damaged the institution right i mean you know allegations are one thing proven something is another in a written statement cardinal dolan says the new york archdiocese has saddened and shocked by this but he thanks the victim for their courage gwen shock ten ten wins in newark the abuse is said to have happened when theodore mckarrick was a priest here in new york wins news time eleven thirty one from the ramtruck traffic center here's karen stewart as we begin with what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels the whitestone in the frog snack not winners this hour we've got very heavy delays coming from the bronx and going out into queens once you get to queens things start to brighten up for you the cross island parkway the whitestone expressway are really a very delightful compared to what you're dealing with over the bridges span the inbound rfk is much better inbound williamsburg bridge is still heavy but there's construction anyway both directions with one lane closed and that's going to go on until about two this afternoon hudson river crossings inbound side of the gw bridge upper levels five inbound lower level is twenty we're very heavy once you get into the city outbound gw bridge is now an hour from the cross bronx.

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"new york archdiocese" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"new york archdiocese" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Tweet this morning said come on republican senators you can do it on healthcare after seven years this is your chance to shine don't let the american people down the senate holding what's being called a thon on republican healthcare bills of voter a street repeal of obamacare went down to defeat yesterday corresponded jackie quinn reports they're setback for gop efforts to repeal the obama healthcare legislation majority leader mitch mcconnell urged passage slovenia on the failures of obamacare is the right thing to do seven republicans defected siding with democrats and the measure went down on a forty five fifty five vote minnesota democrat al franken repeal the affordable care act and gut medicaid would put the health as well as the financial security of millions of americans at risk he wants a bipartisan approach to improving obamacare senate gop leaders say they could try to pass what's being called a skinny repeal legislation that would repeal one or two elements of obamacare like the mandate that requires all americans to have health coverage the new york archdiocese has declared dozens of catholic churches in manhattan in the bronx no longer is sacred sites for worship that clears the way for the properties to be cells they are probably worth in the tens of millions of dollars but parishioners are fighting they want the churches used in the service of helping the poor dna info reports the archdiocese already has a seven million dollar deal to sell the chapel of san lorenzo ruis on broom street in a little early to a real estate developer church spokesman joseph zwilling says there are no deals pending for any of.

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