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Who Is Curtis Sliwa? A Look at the GOP Mayoral Candidate’s Wild Ride in New York

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:25 min | 7 months ago

Who Is Curtis Sliwa? A Look at the GOP Mayoral Candidate’s Wild Ride in New York

"I grew up in New York City. I was born in Queens. I was in there into the 70s. We got out in the 70s, moved up the Danbury, Connecticut because the crime, the deterioration was unbelievable and we watched the New York news every night. It was unbelievable. We had mayor beam. We had it was just like a nightmare. And into this nightmare, steps a young guy named Curtis Lee tell the story Curtis. It was a night manager at McDonald's in The Bronx. The Bronx was burning down at the time and in the 70s alone a million people fled from New York City. The biggest exit is a population ever. And rightfully so, gangs arson property values plummeting quality of life dismal. So I decided, hey, you know, something they've removed the transit police from the subways at night because we were on the brink of a fiscal collapse. So they were laying off a lot of civil servants. I said, oh, I'll start patrolling with a group of my closes at that McDonald's. We will call the burger boys. And we started to patrol this one particularly train the number four train, which had been nicknamed by the right as the muggers expressed. I thought I get the congressional Medal of Honor. Eric, I couldn't have been more hopelessly wrong. The mayor at that time, Ed Koch vilified us, called us vigilante, said we were the hell's angels. The police unions were upset. They didn't want us there, because they figured their furloughed employees would never be brought back. And so within the first 13 years until Rudy Giuliani got elected mayor. I got arrested 76 times. I got wooden shampoos, concrete facials, attitude, no readjustments. It was whenever you elected or in a changed all that. I always gotta stop you because nobody knows what you just said. And it's the funniest stuff I've ever heard. You said you got wooden shampoos. You're talking about Billy clubs across the head from cops. Yes. Yes. And then concrete facials where the cop would say, Curtis, you see the curb down there as I was handcuffed. I said, yes, Sarge. And then you go, good. We're gonna have your forehead meet the curb bang. And you get a big lump in the front of your

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Schumer, McConnell agree on how to conduct Trump's impeachment trial

John Batchelor

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Schumer, McConnell agree on how to conduct Trump's impeachment trial

"And 77 generally wavy see New York News Now I'm Rich Dennis and Fox News. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Republican leader Mitch McConnell have agreed on how to conduct former President Trump's impeachment trial. As opening arguments get underway. House impeachment managers and lawyers for President Trump will spend four hours convincing senators went there. Oh, not a trial is constitutional. Trump's legal team has said, since the former president is now a private citizen. The article of impeachment must be dismissed House Democrats site previous impeachments after an official left office.

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01:57 min | 1 year ago

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"B C New York News Now this'll is a dark dark time. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News that the president Biden told the National Prayer breakfast. We know now we must confront and defeat political extremism. White supremacy and domestic terrorism and the president referenced the Corona virus is the number of deaths now tops 450,000. US. Millions are out of work. We see long lines for food at food banks that stretch from miles is one sign of improvement. Fewer people filed first time unemployment claims last week 779,000. That's the lowest number in two months. In the porch to get more vaccines to more people. Fox is Tanya J. Powers joins us Live with a new question, Dave. Is it OK to get one covert vaccine dose made by one company in a second dose made by a different company? Well, that's what British scientists are studying current guidelines in both Britain and the U. S. Say No vaccines are not into interchangeable, but They can be mixed if the same kind isn't available for the second shot, or if it's not known what kind was given for the first shot. People who are in Britain's 13 month government funded study will get one shot of the AstraZeneca vaccine. It'll be followed by a Fizer dose or vice versa. The study will also test different intervals between shots, like four weeks and 12 weeks apart, Dave Meanwhile, Congress works on a nearly $2 trillion covert relief package. The Democrats might try to fast with no Chicopee votes. They shift their focus today in the House on one Republican congressman, Marjorie Taylor Greene, a member of this house. Is calling for assassinations. That's the That's the new president, Congressman Jim McGovern in the Democrat's plan to punish her today, House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy condemned past comments from Georgia Republican March retailer Green suggesting school shootings were staged and endorsing conspiracy theories. But McCarthy calls a resolution from House Democrats to remove green from the House education and budget committees. Partisan power grab. That's Fox.

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77WABC Radio

03:55 min | 1 year ago

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"W L i r F M N Today and 77 WNBC New York News Now further punishment Timely. Scylla. Sarah Fox News House Democrats have two options They're considering in their effort to remove President Trump from all First after last week's Ryan of the Capital House. Democrats will force a vote tomorrow on a resolution urging Vice President Mike Pence in the Cabinet to remove President Trump from office by invoking the 25th amendment. Early Wednesday morning. House Democratic leaders say debate will begin On an article of impeachment, A group of Democrats introduced an impeachment resolution accusing President Trump of incitement of insurrection. Writing. The president will fully made statements that encouraged lawless action at the Capitol. If the impeachment resolution clears the House, a Senate trial is unlikely before President elect Biden takes office next week. Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern Fox News has Republican leader Kevin McCarthy has written a letter to his Republican colleagues, where he outlined a resolution to censure the president and the intention of former bipartisan commission to investigate the circumstances surrounding the attack. The number of deaths from covert 19 in California has now topped 30,000 off. Officials are pointing to residents activity during the holidays, travel and gatherings. That have led to an explosion of cases. It has also been decided that Dodger Stadium, which has been a mass testing site will be transformed into a vaccination location by week's end. California now has the country's third most deaths from covert 19 on Lee, New York and Texas have more. It's more than 2.7 Million positives is highest nationally toxicity. Odile's not several gorillas at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park of tested positive for covert. 19 and was believed to be the first known case is among gorillas in the U. S. And possibly the world. A spokeswoman says. It appears they got infected by an employee. You tested positive but has been asymptomatic and war a mascot All times. America is listening. The Fox News Down the ladies from 77 W, A. B c and wnbc radio dot com. I'm Bob around a photo of New Jersey Congressman Andy Kim Cleaning up damage from last week's riots inside the Capitol has gone viral. Kim tells NBC's today show that his heart broke when he saw the capital's rotunda littered with garbage, smashed furniture, Tauron clothing and frayed trump flags. Even quite actions could be the ones that Somehow sometimes make the strongest arguments and strongest points. Kim said he picked up trash for several hours. The son of Korean immigrants, the second term Democratic congressman says he considers himself a caretaker for our democracy. I'm Kristen Marks for 77 W. ABC NEWS Former NYPD commissioner Bill Bratton is calling for a 9 11 style commission to probe the deadly Capitol Hill riots. Bratton appearing on this morning's burning and said, show Me something along the lines of 11 Commission to look not just the events of that day, but the events leading up to it the mess, introducing all Star shortstop Francisco Indoor after he was acquired in a trade with the Cleveland Indians, he says he's heard great things about the team's chemistry within the metsclubhouse. To be part of this organization, and I can't wait to be part of the great thing they have going on the club. I was. I just wanna be a little piece of the puzzle down today. Closing down 89 points, NASDAQ Down 1 65, the S and P down 25. W ABC News Time. 11 04 traffic in transit on the way Now you forecasting the Ramseys Subaru Weather Center tonight mostly clear low 31 Tomorrow Mostly cloudy high 40 to 33 mostly clear in Central Park. It's 30 in Spring Valley. I'm Bob Brown streaming at home on your smart speakers. Just say play 77 w A. B C. Now extended through January 15th Joint.

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77WABC Radio

03:43 min | 1 year ago

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"W L I R FM, Hampton Bays and 77. W A B C New York News now fading down to the wire love. Jack Callahan, Fox News, the president and his apparent successor, both campaigning Monday in the closing hours of the Georgia Senate runoff elections, Youling Peach State rallies just ahead off a pair of pivotal Senate races that could help to chart the course for our nation for years to come give you is going to Boat in one of the most important run off elections in the history of our country. This is the president and many of his allies continued to contest the 2020 election count. GOP senators Ted Cruz and Josh Holly. We're joined by Georgia's Senator Kelly Leffler, in siding with more than a dozen Republican senators who plan to object to Wednesday's certification. Fox's Kevin Corke. Earlier president elect Biden held a campaign event in Atlanta for the Democrats, challengers in the race. The power Power is literally in your hands. Unlike any time in my career once day, one state can chart the course not just for the next four years. For that generation. Several members of Congress planning to challenge Wednesday's congressional vote to accept the electoral college results Missouri Senator Josh Holly, I have heard from people like I've never heard before. Over the last month about this election. They have major major concerns about the integrity. The fairness of this election and they expect me to stand up in the race looks those concerns and this is the only form I had to do it, and Senator Holly says. This is the forum. The Constitution provides New York Stock Exchange, announcing it no longer plans to delist three Chinese telecommunications companies, which the Trump administration has identified as possible national security risks. The exchange says the decision comes after consultation with relevant regulatory authorities. Wall straight starts the year lower. The Dow dropping 382 points. NASDAQ off nearly 190. The S and P 500 closing Monday. 55 points Lower America is listening to Fox News. From the But now the ladies from 77 W. A. B C and a BBC radio dot com I'm Bob Brown. There's a move to ramp up the corner virus vaccination effort in New York City. Details from the BBC's Kristen Marcus after officials over the weekend criticized the city for not moving at a fast enough pace from this point on seven days a week. 24 7 has to be the attitude and the approach, Mayor de Blasio says Three vaccination hubs will open Sunday. Bushwick Educational Campus, Hillcrest High School in Queens and South Bronx Educational campus. The mayor thinks the city can start giving doses to educators and other essential workers within a few weeks. I'm Kristen Marks for 77 W. ABC News mayor wants to see a million doses of the vaccine administered by the end of January, Governor Cuomo, arguing it's a management issue involving both hospital officials, and in some cases, elected officials when concerning public hospital systems that are lagging behind we want Those vaccines in people's arms. We need them to administer the vaccines. Faster Governor says more medical workers and now eligible to receive the vaccine, giving their close proximity to current virus patients. New Jersey health commissioner Journey Person Kelly says she remains most concerned about a potential post holiday spike in case numbers, something they're discussing with hospitals on the phone with them Weekly. To prepare for a search. Starting mid January. We will be as prepared this weekend be Knicks beat the Hawks won 13 1 away WBC news time trouble for in traffic and transit on the way now.

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77WABC Radio

01:53 min | 1 year ago

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"One of 71 w L I R F M 20 Babies and 77. WNBC New York News Now a few cracks in the wall. I'm Chris Foster Fox News. Some Republicans go against President Trump on two votes in the House, bigger coronavirus stimulus checks he wants and a defense spending bill. He opposes the Democratic led house voting to support the president's called increased payments to Americans to $2000. But many Republicans balked. The vote was to 75 to 1 34 on Lee 44 Republicans out of nearly 200 in the House voted to support the president's plan. The House also voting to override President Trump's veto of the massive defense bill with over 100 Republicans voting against the president. Defense bill has passed for 59 straight years, but President Trump vetoed it last week because there is no provision to end section 2 30, which protects Internet firms and calls for base is named after Confederate generals to be changed. In Washington. Lucas Tomlinson Fox News Those $2000 coronavirus stimulus checks may not have enough support to get through the Senate and President Trump on Twitter writes. Weak and tired Republican leadership will allow the bad defense bill to pass. Home prices jump nearly 8% in October from a year ago. That's the largest annual increases. June 2014. The Corona virus pandemic has more people looking for bigger homes, maybe with office or work out or more outdoor space and that demand is driving up prices. The fashion designer Pierre Cardin, died 98 years old. The designer was born in Italy than educated in France, where he worked for Christian Dior Cardin was known for futurist looks. It was sometimes made of vinyl and other synthetics, creating iconic designs of the sixties. He also invented the mod chic styles of the seventies, Cardin was also a pioneer of transforming elite fashion into designs for everyday people. At the peak of his success in the seventies and.

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77WABC Radio

01:37 min | 1 year ago

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"New York News. Now a leader on the right reaches out to the incoming leader on the left. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News the day after President elect Biden's win in the Electoral College six weeks after we all voted, Fox is chairing Halpern is live at the Capitol. The Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell says now that the electoral college Spoken. So as of this morning, our country has officially a president elect. Vice President elect. McConnell, the top Republican in the Senate, did not yet describe Joe Biden is the president elect but now has offered his congratulations. Intellect is no stranger to the Senate. He's devoted himself to public service for many years. Connell also congratulated California Senator in Vice President elect Kamila Harris. Before offering those congratulations. McConnell praised accomplishments during the Trump administration. Saying the president and vice president deserve our thanks Dave Jared. No such congratulations coming from the White House. President Trump, who keeps claiming he won, insisting there was fraud tweeted this morning allegations of what he called tremendous problems with voting machines questioning if Michigan's secretary of state broke the law so far Legal challenges from the president and Republicans have not changed election results in Minnesota. This vaccine is safe and it is our way out of this. It is one of the tools that we can use seven or Tim Walz is the first health care workers there get shots in the arm this morning of the first Corona virus vaccine. It's happening in many other states as well. Nurse Marie, It's a Benitez got a dose as a birthday present this morning in New Jersey. Thank.

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77WABC Radio

04:07 min | 1 year ago

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"B C New York News. Now this'll is a Fox News alert. I'm sailed. She and Grasso, the U. S. Supreme Court says no to the Texas elections lawsuit supported by President Trump. High court threw out a complaint filed by the Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, that directly attacked four other states, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin that President elect Joe Biden won. The Supreme Court says this is the end that case is going nowhere. We're not gonna get involved in Texas essentially does not have what they need here, which is a constable interest and they have a lack of standing, so the case is done. This is it? That's Fox's Shannon Bream. The lawsuit drew the support of 17 Republican State attorneys general at 126, Republican members of Congress. Republicans are accusing Attorney General William Barr of covering up investigations into 100 Biden's business and financial dealings in foreign countries before the election. Bill Bar was pretty clear back in May, he did not want the criminal justice system in the middle of the presidential election. Aqui Biden surrogate praised bar for in his view, doing the right thing. There are various investigations looking into Hunter Biden's business and financial dealings and his taxes. There's also the president elect's brother, Jim. Both Jim and Hunter have been accused of trading on there. Family name to land lucrative overseas business deals, including a deal with the Chinese energy firm. That's Fox's Mike Emanuel. President elect Joe Biden maintains he's never spoken to his son Hunter about his foreign business dealings and told Fox News today that he's proud of his son. Congress has agreed on the bill to keep the government running for at least another week. A voice vote in the Senate gave final approval to a one week continuing resolution extending government funding through December. 18th. The House approved a short term measure earlier this week ahead of a deadline that would have triggered a government shutdown later tonight. That's Fox's Jared Halpern. President Trump has signed it. America is listening to Fox News. By the way, this 1 77 w. A. B C and the BBC radio dot com I'm Bob Brown have control SUV slams into dozens of protesters this afternoon Midtown. It happened about four o'clock at 39th Street and Third Avenue. They were protesting in solidarity for ice detainees in Bergen County, New Jersey, We're staging a hunger strike, this woman said. People were panic stricken, dodged a bike that came flying from my face. Look up. The car is speeding. People are trying to run. At least six people were taken to the hospital, the extent of their injuries not clear at this time the driver taken into custody by police. So far, no charges have been filed made. A blogger says he agrees with Governor Cuomo's decision to suspend endure dining for New York City starting Monday. He understands restaurants could go out of business, but says the entire city's economy is at risk of hospitals were overrun a guarantee you if that keeps happening. Then it's gonna be a lot longer time before we're able to recover economically. That puts those restaurants in much greater danger for the long term. Anticipation is building in New York City over the expected arrival early next week of 72,000 doses of covert vaccine, the Hebrew home in Riverdale, a Bronx nursing facility. There's a lot of excitement CVS pharmacist scheduled to arrive next week with life saving carpet shots They're gonna come with Lot of vaccine. We don't yet know whether it's gonna be residents. First staffers will be vaccinated to frontline hospital workers are also prioritized. The Knicks begin their preseason play tonight against the Pistons. WBC news time hero for traffic and transit Up Next Now you forecast in the Ramsey Maza Weather Center tonight partly cloudy low 44 Saturday Cloudy rain highs in the mid fifties 52 Partly cloudy in Central Park. It's 53 in Bergenfield. I'm Bob round streaming at home when you're smart Speakers Just say play 77 w A. B. C. Have been fed. That's a fact have been. That's a fact. Credit card purchases. Give me cash back. Give me cash back. No one else gets these reboard such and Dad.

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77WABC Radio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

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"B C New York News now a giant step forward in the fight against covert 19. I'm Lisa let Sarah Fox News a key FDA panel has endorsed one of the vaccine visors cope in 19 vaccine has been endorsed by an FDA advisory panel made up of non government experts in vaccine development infections and medical statistics. 17 to 4 vote concludes a review to see if the vaccine is safe and effective for emergency use in patients, 16 years and older. A final decision on the vaccine was still come from the FDA. The U. S had a single day record for covert related. That's Wednesday with more than 3100. Fizer expects to have about 25 million doses of its two shot vaccine ready by the end of this month. With initial supplies reserved for health care workers in vulnerable populations in Washington. Jared Halpern Fox News the 1st 30,000 doses of the Fizer vaccine set to arrive in Canada in the next few days, and senior officials there say it should be ready to be administered next Monday. 3124 people died yesterday from the virus, the highest one day total yet, according to Johns Hopkins University. More than 106,000. Americans are hospitalized. The pandemic has killed more than 290,000 people in the US with more than 15 billion confirmed infections. Pennsylvania the latest state to put covert restrictions back in place next three weeks, Please, I asked all my cellphone Pennsylvanians to stand with me tonight against code. Governor Tom Wolfe. School sports are now on hold Jim's theaters and casinos after close and endure dining is also suspended. The restrictions go into effect Saturday and run through January. 4th. Wisconsin Air National Guard's 115 fighter wing says one of its pilots has died after his plane crashed in the Hiawatha National Forest in Michigan's Upper Peninsula..

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77WABC Radio

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"new york news" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"W L I R Hampton BAYS 77 w A B C New York News now More legal challenges ahead. I'm jokes here on Fox News. The Trump campaign says it will appeal a Pennsylvania judge's ruling Saturday, rejecting a lawsuit that would have tossed out millions of votes and delayed the certification process. The campaign forging ahead with those legal challenges and four key swing states, It's also requested a recall in Georgia. Last week hand tally of ballots confirmed Joe Biden's narrow lead in the Peach state. But the president's legal team Is demanding the recount includes signature matching that would be virtually impossible to do after people have already voted. That's because signature matching is done on the front end to determine if a person is eligible to vote. But once Georgians cast their ballots, the ballots become anonymous boxes. Jonathan Serrie in Atlanta. Meanwhile, the Biden transition team continues to build a government future White House chief of Staff Ron Clain picking people who work in the White House, and we're working the Cabinet. We're building our policy plans. We're having high level meetings with leaders from around the country. And so there's parts of the transition. They're proceeding apace and, in fact proceeding a record setting pace claim, telling ABC this week that some Cabinet choices will be announced Tuesday, which are expected to include Secretary of State and Treasury secretary millions of people are moving through air. Ports and traveling to Thanksgiving holiday destinations. That's despite CDC recommendations. Not too many people say they understand the circumstances regarding covert and the recommended health guidelines. But they still want to see their loved ones family.

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77WABC Radio

02:46 min | 1 year ago

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"W A B C New York News No bipartisan agreement timely. Scylla. Serra Fox News lawmakers from both sides of the aisle. Reacting after the new acting Pentagon chief announced more troops are leaving Iraq and Afghanistan right before inauguration Day. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says it's important over the next two months. Do not have any earth shaking changes the foreign policy. I think a precipitous drawdown and either Afghanistan or Iraq would be a mistake. Top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer also questioned the timing of the Trump administration's announcement. Trump policy has been so erratic, almost based on whim. What happens when the president rolls out of bed each morning and how he feels. But House Arms Services Committee chairman, Democrat Adam Smith says the Afghanistan true production is the right policy decision. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham's is a draw down to 2500 counterterrorism forces may be sufficient. It should be conditions based on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, Fox knew the recount continues. In Georgia, where voting systems manager Gabriel Sterling acknowledges there have been some irregularities very clear, have not seen widespread voter fraud. We do know this illegal voting, but it's gonna be down in the low hundreds, not any 12,929 range, he says. That means it's not enough to change the projected results. Calling the state for Joe Biden President Trump has fired Cyber Security and infrastructure Security Agency director Chris Krebs, saying he made a highly inaccurate statement on the security of the election. Last week, Krebs said It was the most secure in U. S history. Maryland governor Larry Hogan, just one of several governors across the country, putting coronavirus restrictions back in place, including shutting down bars and restaurants by 10 P.m., starting Friday, stores, religious institutions, fitness centers and social clubs will be limited to 50% capacity. America is listening to Fox News. All the ladies in the 77 W A. B C and the BBC radio dot com I'm Bob Round. Police continue to investigate a shooting in bed Stuy were 70 year old woman was grazing the face by a stray bullet while running a bus this afternoon MP a bus union representative J. D. Petya Feo said the bus driver after hearing sounds of gunshots immediately called police spoke to the person but I'm sure once he saw That there was some blood on the ground. He called. He was a professional. He was brave and his heroic police say it happened on a beach 25 bus on Fulton Street just before 2 30. The woman was taken to the hospital listed in stable condition. So far, no arrests have been made. Turns out the man that shot off a flamethrower, while standing on top of a city bus was taking part in a music video..

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77WABC Radio

02:31 min | 1 year ago

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"W L I r made since 77 W A B C New York News now changes to the debate. I'm Lee Scylla. Sarah Fox News. The Commission on Presidential Debates says it will mute microphones to allow President Trump and former Vice President Biden to speak uninterrupted for two minutes per segment. CPD made the announcement a short time ago. The next and final debate is Thursday in Nashville. As president Trump spend part of today campaigning in Arizona. It's a choice between the American dream. Or a totally socialised nightmare. That's what you have. You'll be a socialist country and I said Our country will never be a socialist country. We're not gonna let it happen by his running mate. Kamala Harris was in Florida today. We're early voting started today. Here in Florida in Orlando. What you will do By early voting. As you will be the first To put our country back on the right track. Former vice President Biden is off the trail this week. His campaign said he's preparing for the debate. The Supreme Court has ruled Pennsylvania can count ballots received of the three days after Election Day. Talks will break up tomorrow on a new round of Corona virus believe House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin continue talking, but so far, there's no indication of deal is imminent on a Corona virus relief bill. The administration has sent it increasing its offer closer to the $2.4 trillion bill passed by House Democrats. But Senate Republicans have dismissed that measure is too expensive. Instead, Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is sitting up votes this week on a narrow package targeting small business loans and other pandemic related funding. Democrats are expected to block it describing it is insufficient. Jared Halpern, Fox. New California governor, Gavin Newsom says his state won't allow distribution of vaccines for covert 19 until it's reviewed by the state's own panel of experts. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network campaign with threadbare anchor off the Daily briefing, co host of the five Dana Perino, Remember, you heard narratives all along that President Trump didn't really want to win, Or maybe he was gonna drop out. I never believed like he absolutely wants to win. He wants to win reelection so much that he announced his reelection effort on his first inauguration day. I think Joe Biden wants to win ish just won like is the.

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01:58 min | 1 year ago

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"Trending New York's news and talk station download this 77 w A B C model lap now on when you think of a ll the different things that women have to endure during this Ah Breast cancer awareness month. The fear of what to do to a have a pre mashed act to me, even though it's not necessarily contagious yet do I preemptively do things Do I have surgery? Tohave chemo. Do I use holistic and home Your path remedies? Well, the one thing you should Ah, be proud of is in the fact that women and even some men who get breast cancer and not afraid at all the talk about it and discuss the options. But there are times that you need a little bit of doctor Oriole guidance like, for instance, whether a high fat diet will increase the breast cancer risk, there has a many consistent link between high fat diets and breast cancer. Whether eating organic foods will reduce the risk of breast cancer. The possible benefits is still unknown. Who's going to tell you that? Obviously it's Dr Gilliam in because He does not promote surgery, surgery, surgery or chemotherapy. In fact, he was the first to bring noninvasive stereotype active radiosurgery to America a month of Sundays, she called that means there's no cutting, bleeding, anesthesia hospitalization. Now, Jimmy carted in her breast cancer. He had brain cancer. And as you know, there were others who chose the old traditional routes. Unfortunately, they're passed to the hereafter. Jimmy Carter. He's alive and 96. He just celebrated his birthday. He chose radiosurgery. No cutting, bleeding, anesthesia hospitalization. You think you want to hit the pause button? Whether it's breast cancer, whether it's brain cancer, prostate pancreatic 84 different forms of body cancer and schedule a sit down with Dr Gilliam and do so by calling two on two choices, has two.

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02:29 min | 1 year ago

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"1071 w L I r made since 77 W A B C New York News now another video from the president and more controversy. I mank Eric Fox News. According to the president's medical team, President Trump might return to the White House as soon as tomorrow. The president releasing his own statement via video on Twitter. It's been very interesting journey. I learned a lot about Covic. I learned it by really going to school. This is the real school. This isn't let's read the book school and I get it. The president also stepping outside to greet supporters in getting some backlash. The White House Correspondents Association, saying it's outrageous protective pool should have been present. So the public it's independent coverage. Ah, doctor at Walter Reed taking to Twitter. Saying every person in the vehicle now is at risk in most quarantine, all for an unnecessary presidential drive by what the doctor calls political theater. President Trump's Battle with Covert 19 is shaking up his campaign. The election now less than a month away, Fox's Mark MEREDITH, now with the president, basically not able to go on the road, at least for the time being there trying to find other different ways to get out the vote this weekend, the president he was supposed to do events in Wisconsin instead. Because he was at Walter Reed. They scrub those understandably. Going forward. The campaign plans to rely on surrogates don't help rally supporters, and it's also unclear if going forward. Once the president himself feels better. If the pant campaign is still gonna hold those large outdoor rallies like we've seen over the last several weeks at those events, people are encouraged to wear masks and social distance. But it's not required, and most people don't and the Biden campaign by his campaign called a lid just after nine o'clock this morning, he's having a down day ahead of a trip to Florida tomorrow, where he will address undecided voters in attack. One hot Fox is Jackie Heinrich Biden's campaign reporting today, the Democratic presidential nominee again tested negative for Corona virus. America's listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network download and listen to the untold story with Martha MacCallum Air Force veteran Henry Read Irwin. He was part of the mission dropping bombs along the Japanese coast. His grandson, John, You say that when you first held his medal of honor, you felt a wave of guilt. He let me hold the medal and he said over my shoulder freedom isn't free, and I didn't really know what that meant..

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01:53 min | 1 year ago

"new york news" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"DC New YORK News AA. Lot of Americans are still being laid off. I'm Chris Foster Fox News, Slightly fewer, though, than the week before, with 837,000 Americans putting in new claims for unemployment benefits. The number has stabilized at under 900,000 since the last week of August. Levels are down significantly from March when they were 6.9 million. Claims in a single week continuing claims the number of those still receiving benefits also declined to 11.7 Million airlines, Cruise lines, restaurants, theme parks and manufacturers have recently announced layoffs. The Labor Department releases the September employment report tomorrow. GeneCo's Sola Fox News The commission in charge of presidential debates, is considering changes, including muting microphones to stop all the interrupting we got during the first Biden Trump debate Tuesday night, Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel tells Fox. I don't think the commission could make or should make any changes without support of the Trump campaign and the candidates. They agreed to certain parameters. They don't get to change those In the middle of the game there two more presidential debates this month. The vice presidential candidates debate next Wednesday is the first Corona virus related a postponement of the National Football League season. The Pittsburgh Steelers Tennessee Titans game in Nashville will be made up later in the season. Two more members of the Titans tested positive for covert 19 1 more player and one team staff for this brings the total to 11 members of the Titans who have contracted the virus. Five players, six personnel. The Titans practice facility has been closed since Tuesday. Their last opponent, the Minnesota Vikings, closed their fist. He out of precaution, But the Vikings have remained covert free and today reopened their practice center in preparation for a game Sunday at Houston. Jared Max Fox News, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Rockville Center, New York on Long Island is the largest to declare bankruptcy over more than 200 lawsuits claiming sexual abuse by clergy.

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"new york news" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"new york news" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Giuliani. Just have a really great weekend. You're in the greatest country on earth. These people are trying to knock it down. And we're going to stand up for God Bless America. And this weekend kissed the ground of American state. Thank you. I'm an American. I'm here and I love our flag. Beacon of Freedom. 1071 w L I r baby Since 77 W c New York News now a new timeline from the president on Lisa Brady Fox News The White House news conference Moments ago, President Trump saying expects to have enough doses of covert 19 vaccine for every American By April, he had suggested it could happen much sooner, contradicting the CDC chief. Who said it might not be widely available until summer. The president joined at the briefing by Defense Department officials, who will lead distribution efforts. All of this with the hope of vaccine could be deemed safe and effective before year's end. Meantime, no movement on a new Corona virus relief bill even after a bipartisan effort to break the logjam or you're having this coalition of moderate Democrats, moderate Republicans meeting in the middle of saying, Let's do something. Let's get some sort of a Corona virus bill done. Sometime in the next couple of weeks. They're expected to release an interim spending bill to avoid a government shutdown later this month. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has indicated she does not want to attach any Corona virus aid onto that bill. And that's why you have Republicans like Dusty Johnson, a freshman from South Dakota, saying, Let's get a Corona virus bill done with this coalition of people in the middle. Boxy Chad program on Capitol Hill. Pelosi still favors the $3 trillion plan passed by the House in May. Top Democrats, including her have said the new moderate plan and a slim down effort from Senate Republicans aren't enough to meet the needs. Republicans say they're playing politics with Corona virus ate the president's heading to Minnesota, where Joe Biden is also campaigning on the state's first day of early voting. Biden greeting Group of firefighters after one of the Democratic nominee was not wearing.

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"new york news" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"new york news" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Of November. 3rd based on everything we hearing about May not be figured out until maybe weeks have to watch Mom Doctor work, but eventually we'll have a new president. Whether it remains Donald Trump of Joe Biden. Up next. Oh, the battle of the presidential sides, lawn signs biting or trump The beacon of freedom. 1071 w L I r made 77 W A B C New York News Now no breakthrough on Capitol Hill. At least the Brady Fox News compromise proposal for a covert relief bill appears to be hitting a road block. Fox's Jared Halpern is live on the Hill. The House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, is not endorsing a scaled down Corona virus relief package proposed by a bipartisan A group of lawmakers. We have compromised. We came down the trillion dollars. We asked them to go up a trillion dollars. Instead, they went down, Pelosi says it's hard to see going lower than the more than $2 Trillion. In Kobe related relief, she's proposing a Senate Republican proposal would've spent about half a trillion dollars focused on testing, re opening schools and small business loans. A bipartisan problem Solvers caucus made up of 25 Democrats in 25. Republicans have outlined a $1.5 trillion proposal they say would fund the pandemic for 6 to 12 months. Lisa Thanks, Jarod. More warnings about election interference. Fox's racial Sutherland has this live Lisa. Russia is trying to denigrate Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden ahead of the November election, according to FBI Director Christopher A. Through what I would call more than malign foreign influence a side of things. Social media use of Of proxies, state media online journals, Ray told the House Homeland Security Committee. The FBI's not the truth, police, saying the agency warns social media companies about threats where he also said he's concerned a steady drumbeat of misinformation could lead to a lack of confidence in the election process. Lisa. Thanks, Rachel in Alabama said it was a record breaking rain and flooding and then Governor Kay Ivey says it could take a few days to know the full extent of the devastation. At least one death from the storm reported in Alabama, another in Atlanta, where a tree fell on a house. Flooding concerns persist in Alabama and into.

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"new york news" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"new york news" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"EL. I are amazing. 77 WNBC New York News now. Weather cooperating. I'm joking here on Fox. News crews battling the massive wildfires in the West Coast are getting a bit of a break from the weather. Fox's GURNAL Scott, Oregon Democratic Governor Kay Brown on CBS face. The Nation says Mohr than a million acres have burned across her state in the last week. But there is some encouraging news. Weather is stabilizing, and it gives our hardworking firefighters an opportunity to go out and be proactive and build containment line. Eins. Governor, Brown says investigators are looking for a cause, but she feels natural conditions contributed. A former Oregon GOP lawmaker blamed the fire damage on bad policy in a recent Washington Post op in the West Coast fires have claimed the lives of at least 33 people. President Trump says he signed an executive order to lower drug prices. His announcement comes after he met with Hispanic leaders at a round table in Las Vegas before hosting a rally tonight in Henderson. Nevada, only has six electoral college votes. But in a tight presidential election, those six could obviously be crucial. And that is why President Trump is devoting so much time to Nevada over this weekend. A new poll from The New York Times on Sienna College shows President Trump trailing Joe Biden by four points right now. Fox is Jonathan Hunt to Los Angeles County Deputies air hospitalized in critical condition after they were shot last night while sitting in their patrol car. A manhunt is underway for the shooter who was seen on surveillance video President Trump Tweeted If they die fast trial death penalty for the killer on Li Wei to stop this. Witnesses say protesters showed up to the hospital where the deputies were taken. Chanting anti police. Logan's riot police ended up showing out to the protest. Fox's Christina Coleman America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network alone Pary no and stare walls. I'll tell you what. Right now we're in the very heart of the point of lightly attached. Partisans are now receiving the bat's signals are up. It's the homestretch. It's time to come home and remember the good times. Remember what you love about the party and remember why you hate those other guys. So that's why there are convention bounces, subscribe and listen.

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"new york news" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"new york news" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"W L i r Basin 77 WNBC New York News now We need search for common ground. Tell the sobriety Fox news. But the latest attempt at a Corona virus relief bill might be doomed Fox's Jared Halpern with this life, a Senate Republican leader, Mitch McConnell, will move ahead on a targeted Corona virus relief bill this week is negotiations remain stalled between the White House and Democratic leaders. McConnell says the proposal will focus on urgent healthcare needs, education and economic issues. Details on the size and scope have yet to be released, but won't match a comprehensive bill approved by the House and May in a joint statement, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer, Republicans appear dead set on another bill, which doesn't come close to addressing problems and is headed nowhere. Lisa Garrod, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, accusing the president of trying to kill New York City with funding issues this after the president accused New York officials of destroying the city with continued shutdowns, he says are politically motivated. Meantime, Governor Cuomo also warning colleges with more than 100 covert cases might have to switch to remote learning to avoid larger outbreaks. The president's been accused recently of encouraging people to vote twice, which he denies. It apparently happened earlier this summer in one state a review of statewide voting in Georgia. With an increased number of ballots sent in the mail has unveiled possible voting fraud in both June's emerged primary and August runoff way have found potentially 1000 cases of double voting here in Georgia, Georgia Secretary of State brand Raffles Berger says investigations are underway but believes it's difficult to accidentally vote by mail, then show up at a polling place to do it in person. We know one person was bragging about it down in Long County and we'll be investigating voting more than once is a felony man. Dating prison time. Evan Brown Fox. New election officials say the first to vote by absentee wasn't caught in time to prevent the second vote in person.

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Coronavirus: Cuomo says New York 'flattening the curve'

All Things Considered

01:41 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus: Cuomo says New York 'flattening the curve'

"New York governor Andrew Cuomo had mixed emotions as he delivered today's update on the coronavirus crisis in his state on the one hand to date more than twice as many people have died from covert nineteen in New York than died in the terrorist attacks on nine eleven it is a sobering fact and flags are to be flown at half staff across New York in remembrance on the other hand there is also this New York Cuomo says is flattening the curve the number of patients hospitalized is down anecdotally the Ripper individual hospitals the larger systems are reporting that some of them are actually releasing more people that are coming in new York's news is a heartening sign for anxious Americans working hard to adjust to life during the pandemic and wondering when or if things will ever get back to normal for more on what's happening in New York and what else for learning about the virus we're joined by NPR science correspondent Richard Harris national correspondent Hans along and White House correspondent Tamera Keith could have all three of you here good to be with you I am very sorry Hans you want to share with you because you're in New York City the national epicenter of this crisis does it feel like New York may be turning a corner well New York governor Andrew Cuomo says you know based on the latest numbers of hospitalizations it looks like social distancing staying at home those orders appear to be working but we need to keep at it the governor says that this does not mean it's safe to go outside if you don't have to go outside because you have to keep in mind the number of people who are dying every day from cove in nineteen that number continues to climb and it's still hard to say what New York City will look like you know two months from

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U.S. Coronavirus Outbreak Spreads

World News Tonight with David Muir

04:18 min | 2 years ago

U.S. Coronavirus Outbreak Spreads

"Begin with the fast moving developments in the corona virus outbreak. A short time ago two more deaths announced and the State Department issuing an extraordinary travel warning. This is the virus continues its march across the country. Take a look. The first confirmed case in Washington State January twentieth. Tonight there are confirmed cases in at least thirty three states and Washington. Dc Two more states added just today more than five hundred people sick and now including this patient arriving at a hospital in Nebraska. The death toll rising to at least twenty one. The two newest deaths were residents at that Nursing Care Center in Washington State and tonight that cruise ship forces circle off. The coast of California is now set to dock and Oakland tomorrow as the US State Department warns Americans Against Boarding Cruise ships here in New York News about that lawyer. In critical condition his wife breaking her silence and as the virus spreads across the country. Some local leaders are sending an SOS to the trump administration. We have several reports tonight. We begin with. Abc's Stephanie Ramos. Outside that hospital were that New York lawyer is being treated tonight. Chilling images of officials in has matt suits rushing a woman infected with the corona virus to a Nebraska Hospital in a special biocontainment unit the corona virus death toll rising to at least twenty one nationwide after two more residents died at the nursing home. That is now at the center of the outbreak in Washington state. Sixteen Life Care. Center residents have died and three nursing homes in the state now dealing with the virus. We have found this to be troubling and volatile unpredictable Oregon now joining eight other states declaring states of Emergencies New York reporting at least one hundred five cases including an uber driver. At least eighty two cases confirmed just north of New York City. Many of them linked to this man Lawrence Garbo's the fifty year old lawyer is in critical condition tonight. Garbage wife saying in a statement. I and my family remained very hopeful of his full recovery. He is a tenacious person. In all aspects of its life and I know he will come out of this strong states under pressure to deal with the growing crisis turning to the federal government for help but getting inconsistent messages from the president and his team on testing and protocol. Don't tell us things that are not true. The CDC has been slow in allowing states and other commercial laboratories to test eight. Republican governor also expressing concern. Has the president been perfect? And his communication I would say he hasn't communicated the way I would And and the way I might like him too But I think I think the rest of the team has been doing a pretty good job today. The president tweeting we have a perfectly coordinated and fine tuned plan at the White House for our attack on the corona virus. But when George asked a member of the President's own Task Force Dr Ben Carson. To explain the federal government's responsibility he appeared to add to the confusion. I think it's time for people to really indulge themselves and learning about how viruses are spread and to take advantage of that knowledge in determining what their daily activities are going to be I. I'm confused by the message. You're sending right now Dr Carson. I I have to say you seem you. Putting all the responsibility back on individuals saying that they should be thinking for themselves. I'm trying to ask you. What in the view of the government experts right now. What broader measures need to be taken those recommendations will be coming out from the CDC. They're being evaluated on a daily basis right now The recommendation is as I just prescribed. Go about your normal daily activities if you are healthy all right Stephanie. Ramos joins US now. Live and Stephanie. We heard about the recent deaths and outbreaks inside of nursing homes in Washington state. Tonight here in New York. The governor taking drastic action to protect people in nursing homes. That's exactly right Tom. New York state now has restricted access to nursing homes governor. Cuomo adding outside visitors will not be allowed inside nursing homes in the new Rochelle area. That's where the lawyer

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Iran's U.N. Ambassador: Strike On U.S. Bases Was 'Measured, Proportionate Response'

Morning Edition

07:03 min | 2 years ago

Iran's U.N. Ambassador: Strike On U.S. Bases Was 'Measured, Proportionate Response'

"Majed talks Revlon she is Iran's ambassador to the United Nations he spoke yesterday afternoon after his country launched missiles at the US and its allies in Iraq Iran called in retaliation for the U. S. drone strike in Iraq that killed a running in general Qassem Soleimani as ambassador of on she came to the line in New York news bulletins were flowing into our news room in Baghdad rockets were landing in the green zone near the US embassy in Washington a US general said it was too early to tell if Iran's attacks were done so we asked ambassador reminds you to tell us is Iran's retaliation against the United States finished what we have said the is that we took care I measured proportionate response to terrorist assassination all of on top general Qassem Soleimani and last night and the as far as the lawn is concerned that the action was concluded last night so it depends on the United States if the US ventures to attacking it on again definitely proportionate response will be and verification he spots so that's attack okay and you said that this concluded the retaliation so if there are people concerned about other forms of attacks such as cyber attacks on U. S. interests or attacks by allies of Iran throughout the region you're saying Iran would not endorse that you were done and V. are responsible for the actions that that you take we do not consider that any any sort of actions to be taken by others the action was taken in accordance with all rights which was proportionate and which was a in response to the killing off of course simply money when you said you don't take responsibility for the actions of others are you saying it is entirely possible that Iraqi militias aligned with Iran could still lash out and Iran would not accept responsibility for what they're doing I'm not suggesting anything anything in this in this regard we are not responsible for any other people to do whatever it is that they they are going to do so we don't have as I said I'm not suggesting anything to accept or to reject any any sort of actions by others Iran's supreme leader speaking after this retaliation said the next step was to push the United States out of the region US forces out of the region how does Iran intend to do that the people of all of the region are calling for the US withdrawn from from this neighborhood just look at their decision all there is okay parliament the Iraqi parliament decided that to to say to the whole of lord that there is no place for the US forces in Iraq the American forces are not welcome in our neighborhood ambassador you're correct that Iraq's parliament did vote to expel forces from Iraq but we should be clear they didn't vote to expel the United States from a rock they voted to expel foreign forces from Iraq and that leads us to notice that the general sort of money a member of Iran's military was in Iraq when he was killed what was he doing there he was he was there to help the dog he on forces to fight to terrorist at the invitation of the Iraqi government he was a popular figure not only need on but in the in the neighboring countries because he sacrificed a lot to preserve the territorial integrity and sovereignty of all of these countries but wasn't general Soleimani this symbol of Iran's involvement in Iraq which is something that Iraqis have been protesting against in recent months you know there are different voices within Iraq but then he was more to it than in Iraq you saw and the they don't you people how they don't keep people reacted in anger and he sacrificed himself for the for the southern center total integrity off you don't as you must know ambassador to the United States or search the general Soleimani was plotting attacks against Americans against the United States are you able to say if he was plotting such attacks it is the beauty of the United States to to prove otherwise I mean to prove a that he was he was in fact plotting to to kill Americans because what I can also ask you was he was he plotting to kill Americans no he as I said he was there in order to help the Iraqi government to to better I mean find terrorists that and then if you are a simple let me tell you but let's be clear Iran is defined the United States as terrorist once he or his organization planning attacks against the United States or its interests at the time as I said if he's if he's the duty of the United States to provide any evidence that the claim that he was about to kill American citizens and cannot be acceptable to all on hand if he's if he's not being accepted even by the members of Congress SO one cannot accept the discipline from the US administration that the threat was imminent one final thing investor president trump in making his statement responding to a runs retaliation began with this sentence quote as long as I am president of the United States Iran will never be allowed to have a nuclear weapon Iran is that it doesn't want a nuclear weapon is that a statement on which you can agree with the president once I can tell you is that the not seeking nuclear weapons it is not in our interest to have nuclear weapons it is against the religious verdict all of our supreme leader but the V. ten knots and accept the fact that the US in contravention of NTT in contravention all of the JC puree the resolution twenty to thirty one of the US security council is acting to to try to beat on from its right sold the question should be posed to the US administration then they want to join the international community and acts like a normal country in distress international agreements Majid Takht trevan she is Iran's ambassador to the United Nations is in New York investor thanks so much thank you Sir now here at the end how Iran turns U. 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Former New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver found guilty in corruption retrial

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:29 min | 4 years ago

Former New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver found guilty in corruption retrial

"The time of the pain at and t had recently moved to acquire time warner and is awaiting federal approval and his email stevenson announced the head of the company's lobbying group bob quinn will retire wade goodwin npr news dallas stocks closed mixed today on wall street the dow jones industrial average closed up ninety one points at twenty four thousand eight thirty one the nasdaq composite down two points the sp five hundred up for this is npr news this is wnyc in new york i'm lance lucky a federal jury has convicted former new york state assembly speaker sheldon silver on all seven counts of corruption silver was tried and sentenced for the same charges in two thousand fifteen but the conviction was thrown out last year after the supreme court changed the legal boundaries for public corruption during the two week trial prosecutors claimed silver made nearly four million dollars off of bribery schemes reporter bill sanderson within your york news says they weren't taking any chances this time around government put on a more robust case and they did the last time they had some new witnesses and even from the older witnesses they elicited some more detailed and interesting testimony he says an appeal is expected silver is set to be sentenced in july a brooklyn attorney who is black claimed she entered nineteen year old daughter were handcuffed by police after they were falsely accused of shoplifting at a williamsburg boutique supporters of the woman held a rally today in front of the amar cord vintage fashion store where the incident allegedly happened gotham nist reporter john del signore was there and heard from the woman nancy bedard talk about how upsetting it was for her to be shopping with her daughter and suddenly made to feel like criminal would she believed to be nothing more than her race for being so shopping black essentially however the store owners accused the woman of defamation they say an employee questioned the mother daughter about how many items they had but never accused them of shoplifting they also say bidart urged the employees to call the police sixty seven cloudy now showers likely tonight they're likely all day tomorrow hint still good chance on sunday wnyc support for npr comes from heather stirred hey guy and paul g hager supporting african wildlife foundation working to ensure wildlife and wild lands thrive in modern africa learn more.

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