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Ex-'Apprentice' contestant Zervos drops suit against Trump
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a former apprentice contestant dropped her lawsuit against the Donald Trump former apprentice contestant summer Zervos has dropped her defamation lawsuit against former president Donald Trump Zervos accused trump of sexual assault saying he kissed and groped her against her will in two thousand seven allegations trump denied she sued that then president in New York state court in twenty seventeen saying he damaged her reputation when he said she and other women alleging sexual assault and harassment or making things up since Mr trump has not issued a retraction as I requested he
"new york state court" Discussed on AP News
"I along with my staff. Have made a determination. That this office will seek the death penalty. Six of the eight victims were women of Asian descent. Willis also says that she will seek a crime charges against the 22 year old long Federal judge in Dallas rules. The National Rifle Association cannot move to Texas as part of its bankruptcy case that sends the issue back to a New York state court where the gun lobby is being sued as part of the state's effort to disband the N R A police in Colorado Springs, Colorado say the man who killed six adults at a birthday party before killing himself over the weekend, was angry because he hadn't been invited. I'm Tim McGuire Pipeline Hack I'm Tim McGuire with an AP news Minute Several Southeastern states are reporting spot outages it stations as drivers top off their tanks following the ransomware attack on the colonial pipeline, which supplies about 45% of the fuel to the east and southeast Florida governor Rhonda Santa's My fear is you have these gas shortages, It's going to cause a lot of problems for people just the convenience of life, but also for our economy. Gasbuddy DOT coms, Patrick DeHaan says panic buying isn't needed, but some drivers are doing just that. They believed that an impending massive spike is going to happen. But it's not. They may be disappointed, but you know from from all the information we can listen. There is certainly a level of panic that setting in a federal judge in Dallas dismisses the NR A's attempt to incorporate in Texas as part of the gun advocacy groups bankruptcy effort. The ruling leaves the N array to face a New York state lawsuit that accuses it of financial abuses and aims to put it out of business. I'm Tim McGuire AP News.
"new york state court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Take this is Bloomberg Radio Noah Global News Update. Where President Trump is happy with the structure of his upcoming impeachment trial. A debate on the constitutionality of the proceedings will happen Tuesday with opening arguments starting Wednesday. In a statement, Trump said the structure of the Senate trial will allow his team to outline why they believe it is absurd and unconstitutional. Toe hold an impeachment trial against the private citizen. Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort will no longer face state charges. In New York. The New York State Court of Appeals declined to hear a challenge to a lower court's ruling that said the case violated New York's double jeopardy laws. Prosecutors charged man affording connection to a multi million dollar mortgage fraud scheme. Manafort serve prison time on federal fraud and tax charges stemming from the Russia investigation. The White House is launching a promotional blitz on the aggressive stimulus package that's being worked out in Congress, The president and his entire administration are continuing to engage closely with leaders on Capitol Hill. About the need to act quickly. The stimulus covers nearly $2 trillion in spending, press Secretary Jen Psaki said President Biden will be very busy on a variety of fronts. Pushing for passage of the stimulus. Delta Airlines will continue to keep its middle seats open. Sarah Bartlett has that story. The Atlanta based air carrier says it will continue blocking the sale of middle seats on planes and limiting capacity on flights through the end of April. The company says it's being done in an effort to keep passengers safe and Customers able to confidently plan and book spring travel. Delta began blocking middle seats in April 2020 and is currently the only U. S airline to continue doing so. Kroger is giving employees the $100 bonus if they receive the covert 19 vaccine around 19,000 Michiganders are eligible for the payments. Individuals who cannot receive the vaccine due to religious or medical reasons can take a health and safety course to receive the bonus. I'm Brian shook Some Republicans in New York City have switched their party affiliation to Democrat to have a say in the upcoming New York City mayoral primary Known Laden has the latest, a group called Be counted and Y. C'est spent a few million bucks to bombard Republicans and independents with tax phone calls and online ads convincing them to become Democrats, at least for a day. Almost 70%.
"new york state court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Service members have died at the Fort Hood Army base this year alone. They also must live and work on the most dangerous military installation in the United States. I'm Tan, Xena Vega and today and the takeaway for Thursday, December 10th look at how lawmakers air finally addressing systemic sexual assault and violence at the Army base also is recreational marijuana becomes big business. Look at how to get more black and brown Americans a piece of the profits it's been a combination. And above just being purposely left out based on the way the law's been written, but also culturally it being something that remains in the underground because of just the way it's prohibition is impacted our communities and will round out the show talking to actor Mary Holland about the holiday season comedy and her newest film, Happiest season for me, and I think a lot of people feel this way holiday movies become part of our tradition to take away we'll be right back after these headlines. Lie from NPR news. I'm Laxmi, saying an FDA advisory panel is now reviewing emergency use of the Fizer buying Tech Cove in 19 vaccine in the United States. NPR's Windsor Johnson reports. If the FDA votes to approve later today, the doses may be shipped out by this weekend. An FDA panel is reviewing the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine, a crucial step in the emergency use authorization process. Diran Think deputy director for clinical review in the agency's vaccine division, says the American public deserves a rigorous, comprehensive and independent review of the data. And that's what FDA positions and scientists all of us Career public health servant have been doing over days night weekend and yet over the Thanksgiving holiday, the FDA is decision comes as the coronavirus surges across the country. The U. S has recorded more than 15 million cases and nearly 300,000 deaths from Cove in 19. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington Regulators in Germany are now investigating Facebook over its decision to require that users of its latest Oculus virtual reality product sign up with the social network. Facebook's also facing legal action in the U. S, involving the Federal Trade Commission and dozens of U. S states and territories over alleged antitrust violations. York attorney general, the teacher, James tells NPR. The suit's not just about Facebook's acquisition of Instagram and WhatsApp. There are a number of companies that they have purchased over the years. Their objective was to maintain their monopoly power and to limit options for their users. Facebook has argued that the FTC previously scrutinized the acquisitions of what's happened, Instagram and Did not try to block them. Separately, Facebook says it has resolved problems some users encountered in trying to send messages via Instagram Messenger and its office collaboration service Workplace. Reuters reports that one out of tracking website found that earlier in the day more than 5000 people were affected. Minneapolis City Council has unanimously approved a 2021 budget that includes nearly $8 million in cuts to the city's police department. Here's Minnesota Public Radio's Brandt Williams. Money is a small portion of the department's nearly $180 million budget. But council members say it moves the city closer towards transforming the public safety system. However, the plan to move dollars out of the MPD and into non law enforcement based crime prevention programs and initiatives is not popular with everyone. Hundreds of residents have testified during public hearings, saying it doesn't make sense to curb resource is to the police Department during an ongoing crime wave. Others argued traditional policing doesn't prevent crime and too often claims the lives of African Americans like George Floyd, who was killed by Minneapolis police officer Here. Jacob Fry has five days to either sign or veto the budget. Brent Williams reporting. This is NPR. And this is W when my C in New York I'm Shawn Carlson. A federal judge has denied a request from the New York State Court Officers Union to temporarily close the courts on the grounds that officers were not given adequate protections from Cove. It The court shut down from most business in March and then reopened in late June firm or in person proceedings. Officers were instructed to take the temperatures of people entering the buildings, but the union claimed its members were not medically trained. It didn't have the right protective equipment. And ask the judge to temporarily closed the courts and order the state to require more safety measures, including extra Plexi glass barriers. But the judge said federal oversight would be too intrusive on state court operations and that the state needed flexibility to respond to the public health situation. Investigators say the New York City Housing Authority violated federal lead abatement regulations for at least five years. None of the authorities let abatement jobs wherever supervised by certified lead supervisor between 2013 and 2018, and according to the city's Department of Investigation, the pro began after whistle blower employed by the authorities said he was pressured toe falsely signed paperwork for work. He did not oversee. A spokeswoman for the public housing system says they've cooperated with the investigation and made quote significant systemic changes to its lead abatement program. More than 79,000. People in New York, New Jersey, apply for unemployment last week. That's an increase from the week before, the U. S. Department of Labor says over 63,000. People in New York filed claims 38% increase more than 15,000 people did so in New Jersey, a 17% increase More than 850,000 people nationwide file for unemployment last week that is up from the previous week. 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"new york state court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The weather turned colder and gatherings moved indoors. We should not have been taken by surprise, and I think the message really needs to go out. To the population that It's not safe together. With people that you don't currently live with so far, says she's alarmed by the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, which is likely to see increased travel and indoor gatherings. Congressman Max Rose, who represents Staten Island and part of Brooklyn, has been voted out of office. The Democrat who came to power with the blue wave of 2018 conceded to Republican challenger Nicole Molly Takis in a phone call today that's as absentee ballots were beginning to be counted. Really talk. This is a state assembly member and came to prominence during her mayoral run in 2017 shall be the sole Republican in New York City's congressional caucus. She's a supporter of President Trump like many voters in the district and campaigned on a law and order platform. Governor Cuomo's $300 Million cut to the New York State Court system is drawing scrutiny from state lawmakers. The cuts included 46 older judges who the state doesn't have to retain after they turned 70. At a State Assembly Judicial committee hearing today, the lawmakers questioned the need for cuts when a new bite administration maybe more, maybe more favorable to New York. Brooklyn. Judge Esther Morgenstern, president of New York City Supreme Court Justices Association, also said many of the departing judges work in specialty courts. It was 1600 cases pending in Queens County guardianship cases, one judges handling that those cases cannot be distributed to acting Supreme Court judges who've never handled those cases. The Office of Core Administration declined to testify because it's being sued by group of judges who the state decided not to retain. Tonight we're gonna continue to see rainy. Cloudy skies Love about 47 degrees. It's w m I C yet four or six support for NPR comes from I drive providing cloud backup full system back up and on site I drive Appliance to protect PCs,.
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"News. You're listening to morning edition here on W N. Y C. Misinformation about vote counting is flooding, social media and tech companies are working to try and stop it. We'll have the latest coming up later this hour. It's 59 degrees now going up to 66 today with the sunny skies this afternoon Tonight, we drop down to a low of 52 degrees and then tomorrow sunny all day with a high near 70 degrees. W N Y c. It's 8 30. Support for WN I see comes from basis. Independent Manhattan, a pre k through great 12 private school, where curious students explore stem humanity's thie arts and more virtual open house on November 15th basis. Independent dot com slash w n I C. If you believe democracy requires a free press your station is WN. 93.9 FM and AM a 20 NPR news in the New York conversation. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Votes are still being counted in five states, with no official winner declared in the 2020 presidential election. Democratic nominee Joe Biden remain six electoral votes shy of the 2 70 needed to win the White House. President Trump has 214. The Trump campaign has filed lawsuits in multiple states. Early this morning, Biden moved ahead of Trump in Georgia by 917 votes. President Trump has been making unfounded accusations about the voting and vote counts at the White House and on Twitter. NPR's Tamara Keith reports on what other Republicans are saying about that. Republicans seemed to have locked in on the idea that every legally cast vote must be counted without really defining legally cast that allows them to appear supportive of President Trump without endorsing his false claims of fraud and election rigging. But the president's adult sons tweeted that Republicans have no backbone and aren't supporting trump strongly enough. And right on cue, Prominent Republicans turned to Twitter to echo Trump's claims. Republican senators Lindsey Graham and Ted Cruz and appearances on Fox News also fell in line. Notably former New Jersey governor Chris Christie, who was part of the president's debate prep team said Trump needs to present evidence of fraud or stop making the claims. Tamara Keith NPR NEWS This is NPR news. And this is WNBC in New York. It's 8 32. Good morning. I'm David First. The Bronx Criminal Courthouse is temporarily suspending almost all in person appearances starting today because an interpreter and three court officers tested positive for covert 19. New York State court officers. Union President Dennis Quirke says he believes two of the officers attended a training class last week where masks weren't required, even though 40 officers took part in the session. We stress everybody must wear a mask. So why would you bring people in training and then tell them to take their masks off? A spokesperson for the Office of Court Administration says the training was in a gym with high ceilings. But he says officers were allowed to remove their masks when speaking, which they say it was clearly not a good idea. Democratic incumbent Tom Swazi, is calling for patients as he trails in a tight race for New York's third congressional District on Long Island. The two term representative is currently behind by about 4000 votes, but Swazi says he's not finished yet. I'm very confident that based upon this about 90,000 absolutely ballots, based upon the percentage of Democrats, the percentage of Republicans A history of doing this kind of stuff that I'm gonna win by over 20,000 votes. Soissons district includes the north Shore of Long Island. His opponents Republican George Santos would be the first openly gay Republican to serve in New York's congressional delegation. 59 degrees. Now sunny skies this afternoon getting up to a high of 66. This's Support for NPR comes from member stations and from the language ofthe foundation, supporting justice, equity and opportunity for all people.
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"This was a normal application of the law. The law is clear it is done frequently. President Trump denies Carol's accusation, and critics say that he should not be able to use the full force of the U. S government to protect himself in this case, which if it continued in a New York State court, the president would have to offer a DNA sample and sit for a deposition. Also, the president says he's added 20 names to a list of people he would choose from. If he has another opportunity to nominate a Supreme Court justice. The 20 additions I am announcing today would be jurors in the mold. Justices Antonin Scalia, Clarence Thomas and serial Alito among the names Texas Senator Ted Cruz, Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton and Missouri Senator Josh Ali. The president accused his opponent Joe Biden, of being too afraid to release a list of possible nominees because the president says he fears the nation would find them too extreme. No response yet from the Biden camp. The top American general for the Middle East, says the number of U. S troops in Iraq will drop this month from about 5200 to 3000. It's a reduction that was expected. General Frank McKenzie says the troop withdrawal demonstrates American confidence in the abilities of Iraq's own security forces against Isis. The administration says it also intends to announce further troop withdrawals from Afghanistan soon. No fans in the stands, but we are getting ready for the NFL to started season. That's ahead. Mervis Diamond importers. This is Ronnie Mervis..
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"Where bipartisanship should be especially possible. The US Justice Department wants to take over President Trump's defense in a defamation lawsuit from a writer who accused him of rape. Department lawyers asking in New York State court to allow removed to Federal court and to substitute the U. S for Trump as the defendant he, Jing Carol said. Last year, Trump raped her in a New York luxury department store in the mid nineties. She says his comments, including that she was totally lying to sell a memoir besmirch her character. This is AP News. Rochester, New York police chief and top deputy chief suddenly retire amid protests over the suffocation death of Daniel Prude chief Laurent Singletary says critics have tried to destroy my character and integrity. Mayor. Lovely warrant, While the timing and tenor of these resignations is difficult. We have faced tough times before. I truly believe that we will get through this. Prue died several days after an encounter with police in March. There have been nightly protests since the release of a body cam video showing officers handcuffing a naked prude, putting a hood over his head that holding of down until he stopped breathing. Seven people are dead in a shooting in an illegal marijuana growing operation in rule, southern California, Riverside County Sheriff's deputy found one woman still alive and the bodies of six other people at the home. She later died in a local hospital. I'm to McGuire AP News. We brought some extra supplies before we went out on the trail, a couple extra layers just extra blanket to make sure we warm enough in our tent. But we haven't been cold. It all definitely never woken up to snow and never experienced a 50 degree temperature changed overnight. So that's all new. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network..
DOJ moves to defend Trump in defamation lawsuit
"The US Justice Department wants to take over President Trump's defense in a defamation lawsuit from a writer who accused him of rape. Department lawyers asking in New York State court to allow removed to federal court and to substitute the U. S for Trump as the defendant. See, Jean Carroll said. Last year, Trump raped her in a New York luxury department store in the mid nineties. She says his comments, including that she was totally lying to sell a memoir besmirch her
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"This crisis. Issues were about partisanship should be especially possible. The US Justice Department wants to take over President Trump's defense in a defamation lawsuit from a writer who accused him of rape. Department lawyers asking in New York State court to allow removed to federal court and to substitute the U. S for Trump as the defendant. See, Jean Carroll said. Last year, Trump raped her in a New York luxury department store in the mid nineties. She says his comments, including that she was totally lying to sell a memoir besmirch her character. This is AP News. Rochester, New York police chief and top deputy chief suddenly retire amid protests over the suffocation death of Daniel Prude chief Laurent Singletary says critics have tried to destroy my character and integrity. Mayor. Lovely warrant, While the timing and tenor of these resignations is difficult. We have faced tough times before. I truly believe that we will get through this. Prue died several days after an encounter with police in March. There have been nightly protests since the release of a body cam video showing officers handcuffing a naked prude, putting a hood over his head that holding of down until he stopped breathing. Seven people are dead in a shooting in an illegal marijuana growing operation in rule, southern California, Riverside County Sheriff's deputy found one woman still alive and the bodies of six other people at the home. She later died in a local hospital. I'm to McGuire. AP News. AstraZeneca says testing worldwide is on temporary hold as it investigates whether a patient who became ill suffered a serious side effect linked to the shot or if it's unrelated, and just a coincidence, these temporary halt in medical studies are common to other vaccines are undergoing large scale final testing in the United States. Corona Virus Update. I'm Te Maguire than AP News Minute BLACKBOARD, The online learning platform, which provides technology Or 70, in the nation's largest school district's says websites failed. A loader were loading slowly today, and users were unable to register three of Texaslargest District, Houston, Dallas and Fort Worth were hit with technical problems as we're school systems in places such as Idaho in Kansas, a ransomware attack for schools and Hartford, Connecticut to postpone the start of virtual and in person classes. Top executives of the nine pharmaceutical companies pledge too. Maintain the highest ethical and scientific standards and testing and making Corona virus vaccines and health of those getting vaccinated their top priority. Albert Borland is the CEO advisor that were less than the with science and the world is looking to science right now, in particular to vaccine. Make sure that we will bring us to the end ofthe for this funding hide to Maguire. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey, did you know that The Associated Press produces news related books? Here's what's new in upcoming first pet presidential dogs, cats.
"new york state court" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"At low Cost Airlines 800 to 155141 800 to 1551 For one. That's 800 to 15 51 41. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine tested positive for the Corona virus just before he was supposed to greet President Donald Trump. DeWine took a covert 19 test as part of the protocol to meet the president on the tarmac at Burke Lakefront Airport in Cleveland. Trump planned to tour the world whole plant and Clyde, Ohio, before attending a private fundraiser. Wind age 73 has no symptoms at the present time. He is returning to Columbus, where he and first lady friend wine will both be quarantined for 14 days. Wine is not the first governor to test positive For covert 19. Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt announced he had the disease several weeks ago. The wind took some of the earliest aggressive action to combat the spread of Cove in 19 in his state, being one of the first governors to close bars, restaurants and wineries back in March. New York Attorney General Letitia James has filed a lawsuit seeking to dissolve the National Rifle Association alleging that insiders violated the state's nonprofit laws by illegally differed in tens of millions of dollars from the group through excessive expenses and contracts that benefit relatives or close associates. The extraordinary move against the nation's largest gun rights group comes after an 18 month investigation by Ms James as a nonprofit registered in New York. Since its founding in 18 71. The NRA is regulated. By the attorney general's office. The quickly responded by filing a lawsuit in New York State court seeking an injunction claiming the attorney general was targeting the organisation for Political Reasons for use radio News. I'm John Hunt. Thousands of people contact, invent help monthly about their invention or new product. Do you think companies would be interested in your idea?.
"new york state court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Janet E. For your hand, writes a letter to build Blasio what she brings to Gracie Mansion to the mayor's residents, Because heaven knows he's not going to be out in the outer boroughs in Park Slope with the unmarked, unwashed masses like you and me, dealing with the defecating homeless people and the violent crime spikes all over the place. He's not going to know that he's very safely ensconced inside Grace. Imagine protected by the police, which he just signed a budget to defund. He Janet Di Fiore, the chief judge of the state of New York, the Court of Appeals. I write to correct the numerous inaccuracies you levied against the court system in your public statement. At today's press conference, and then she goes on to light him up for two full pages. Now it's unusual to see a judge weigh in on such a volatile issue like this. And ultimately, you know what That's about, right? Who appointed Janet E? For your as chief judge of the New York State Court of Appeals? That's right. You guessed it. Bill Deblasio is constant nemesis. Andrew Cuomo. So that's her kind of trying to stay in the governor's good graces. Because all these judges want to be reappointed, and they all want to get. There's a mandatory retirement age in 70 So they all try and get appointed for those 32 years, two year extenders so they can serve till 76. Now Judge D for your chief judge Di Fiore. She's still a ways away from that mandatory retirement age. But These judges. You've got to know how they think it's never too early to start thinking about that mandatory retirement age. Now, this is an action packed show because next hour we have on We're scheduled to have on anyway. Legendary political hitman former Donald Trump campaign adviser and associate long time Donald Trump friend. Roger Stone now Roger Stone made a lot of news 78 days ago. Because President Trump commuted his prison sentence Now he also made a lot of news last night..
"new york state court" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System
"The county sought a court order preventing arbitration and that issue ends up and a an intermediate appeals appeals court in the New York State Court system. And the court says. And if. You've been listening to these podcasts. For a while you can predict what the court Gordon going to say here which is go ye forth and arbitrate. So what are the standards. The court says there's a two part test first of all. Is there any statutory constitutional or Public Policy Prohibition Condition Against Arbitrating the grievance. Is there anything in the law that would prohibit arbitration over this topic and the court says no this. This is nothing there's no statute that's involved here. there's nothing about this. Grievance that violates public policy may be wrong maybe dead loser loser of a grievance but it's doesn't violate public policy so then we moved to the second part of the test and the test is we then look at the collective bargaining agreement to see whether in fact the parties agreed to arbitrate the particular dispute and the court cautions that quote the sentence in examining the collective bargaining agreement. The court must merely must merely determine whether there is a reasonable relationship between the subject matter of the dispute and the general subject matter of the agreement if there is such a relationship the court should rule the matter arbitral so in other words. This isn't a question of whether or not got the contract allows the arbitration of this particular grievance. It's rather whether the grievance since relates to a broad subject that is covered in the collective bargaining agreement. So now now you know again how this case is going to come out. Let me give you the last couple of blinds. From the court's opinion the arbitration provisions of the contract at issue is broad awed. And there's a reasonable relationship between the subject matter of the dispute me too and the general subject matter of the contract although some uncertainty exists as to whether the subject matter of the dispute is encompassed within the salary provisions of the contract or whether the parties contemplated that separate agreement would be required for retro-activity any alleged ambiguity in the contract regarding the coverage of any of its provisions. That's a matter of contract interpretation for the arbitrator to resolve English language translation. You agree to final and binding arbitration in your contract you've agreed to final and binding arbitration in in your contract. Don't come to us with an argument that this particular grievance shouldn't be arbitrated because it's a loser because it's wrong wrong that's foreign arbitrator to decide not for the courts to decide. I want to conclude by reminding reminding me we've got a couple of great seminars coming up that you ought to think about in both of them. registrations are going pretty fast and I recommend if you're interested interested that you check us out at aller. Is Dot Com. The first one is march fourth through six than Las Vegas and it's on collective the bargaining for public safety employees This is a seminar that really gives you all of the basics. I think that you need to prepare Harry yourself for an upcoming bargaining session. We'll talk about everything from What our Basic economic trends. That are out there. What topics bikes are mandatory for bargaining? And what are not And There's an entire day spent on the nuts and bolts of the bargaining process starting with preparing for bargaining and ending with a ratification We'll talk about things like an employer's ability to pay and comparable jurisdictions in learn how you assess total compensation it's just really a A very comprehensive approach to collective bargaining great speakers The other seminar I want to talk about is the first one that we've done in many years on the east side of the Rocky Mountains We've I've I've wanted over the years to be the on the east side of the rocky mountains. Many times we tried putting seminars and places like Chicago and New York and Fort Lauderdale Dale in Orlando and Dallas and it turns out that public safety employees. Really want to go to Las Vegas more than any of those places. But we're sticking our toe in the water again and April fifteenth through seventeenth. We're going to be in Nashville Tennessee for our first ever health and wellness programs For Public Safety Employees This is one where we do anticipate this are selling out. I will hit the maximum capacity. Passively on this I really looking forward to this. Is My firm believer that This approach that we're taking a wellness now As long long long overdue and that we need to be having a much more constructive conversation about wellness in the public safety world This this seminar will involve Three Hours for me talking about wellness programs and the law. So how wellness programs impact. Things like the Americans with disabilities act the FMLA the genetic information nondiscrimination act and the like You'll also hear three hours from Stephanie Con. WHO's I think? Become the nation's premier expert on the issue of resilience and how you increase resilience and first responders founders. Stephania will be talking about Primarily how does an agency and how do unions and how to employee's all prepare air themselves for the inevitable High Stress Moments and trauma that will be associated with a public safety officers job. How do you prepare yourself? So so that. The impact of that trauma is not career changing We then have a whole day. That'll be moderated by my law. All partner a Neo Korea Talking about what I think has a wellness program from A to Z everything from how obvious startup program and and what do you want. What types of wellness are you looking at psychological wellness physical family wellness Financial Joe Wellness. And the like Talking about whether or not participation should be mandatory or not you need confidentiality and the program. What are the metrics for success Neil will be hosting just a wonderful panel Where we're going to have police and fire chiefs chiefs from around the country Well have the director of Public Am Employee Assistance Program From Las Vegas Nevada And we'll have some specialists from behavioral Health Sciences programs as well as rank and file police officers. WHO'VE I've been involved in the end? Firefighters have been involved in the development of wellness programs can be a great panel. It's going to be jam packed day and then On the third day seminar. We're going to hear a three hour presentation for to individuals from the Indianapolis Office Office of Professional Development and wellness in the Indianapolis Metro Police Department. Indianapolis is one of the truth. Success stories in terms arms of the development of a wellness program thankfully. There are several that are out there right now and we actually got to choose from several Ah there there are places like Las Vegas and San Diego that have absolutely great wellness programs and we selected Indianapolis because because we we thought it was just a wonderful example of a good wellness program produced as a result of a joint labor management effort. Effort so Eddie. Rate if you can join us out there in Nashville Tennessee. April Fifteenth Through Seventeenth and twenty. Twenty I am not going going to lead that city without getting some Nashville hot chicken from the thought of all Nashville hot chicken so with that. Thank you for joining me for this podcast. Hope to have you with us for February first Thursday and for now this is well aitchison signing off..
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"This is a like, oh, maybe a glimmer of hope to start offering domestic partnership benefits to employees in same-sex relationships in two thousand and one that was met with backlash from outside and inside the organization and nothing came of it in 2001. They also pressed the Bush Administration as I alluded to to exempt them and other religious or groups from anti-discrimination legislation, which it felt infringed on the organization's religious freedoms off. My editorial here to be discriminatory it just in case you're wondering you're also individual right to be discriminatory is being infringed upon by the government home right now for the benefit of all society. And I'm in favor of the request was denied, which is great. I wouldn't have expected that from the Bush Administration. So Kudos. There's also two thousand and four the Salvation Army said that it would close operations in New York City, you know that giant replace lots of homeless people petropoulos Metropolis. There it is unless it was Exempted from a municipal ordinance requiring them to offer benefits to gay employees Partners. I just entered just to take just you just can't get over the fact that the gay people love each other again. I really really doubt that they have that many dead. More than you know a small handful of openly yeah out I mean employees cuz it hits meaningless. Yeah. It's not a business financially financially meaningful Jamie and that same year. Apparently they had they were trying to subject subjugate their employees to a litmus test or religious litmus test in order to be employed for social service work there the answer the answer again. This is on their own website their answer to that was United States district court for the southern district of New York held that this discrimination claims against the Salvation Army were unfounded as point one point you as asserted in a unanimous decision by the Supreme Court as recently as 2012 the law permits religious organizations, like the Salvation Army to consider religion and making its joint decisions. So in one statement, they're saying no it was unfounded in the second statement. They're saying but it's okay that we do think we didn't do it, but we could well and in error has passed they petitioned the government wage. Government to make sure that they could discriminate. Yeah, the the city council in the in 04 in New York refused to make the exemption Bloomberg's Administration chose not to enforce the ordinance and that decision by Michael Bloomberg was upheld by the New York state court of appeals in a 06 wage also an 06 they released a statement regarding the ill feelings that persisted following this activity stated in part. We do not understand we do I understand though that that the Salvation Army's official opposition to the Reform Bill was deeply hurtful to many and are distressed that ill-feeling still troubles our relationship with segments of the gay community like those that would like to be treated like everyone else. We regret any hurt that may remain from that turbulent time and our present. Hope is to rebuild bridges of understanding and dialogue between our move. And the gay community presumably that doesn't include US changing our minds right our terms. Yeah, there's a somewhat complicated back fourth incident in 08 in Austin Texas where there was the I wasn't able to do a sufficient amount of research to be able to draw a conclusion. So I'm passing that one, but for anyone that is double checking my research. I didn't miss it entirely that and then actually around 2010 and through 13. They had a position statement on same-sex and same-sex orientations on their website that individuals and organization critically noted that stated scripture forbids sexual intimacy between members of the same sex the Salvation Army believes there for that Christian who's Christians whose sexual orientation is primarily or exclusively home. Same-sex are called upon to embrace celibacy as a way of life. There is no scriptural support for same-sex unions as equal to or as an alternative to home heterosexual marriage likewise..
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"Orders from countries outside the eurozone fella particularly shop twenty one percent of EDM a spokesman said the figure suggests single digit drops in previous months were only a pause for breath given pessimism about explodes in recent surveys. Germany's economy contracted slightly in the second quarter and is widely believed to have shrunk further in the third putting it in a technical recession. actor Robert deniro and his former assistant are suing each other A. P. entertainment correspondent margins are letter reports the pair worked together for more than a decade she's Robinson is showing Robert deniro in Manhattan federal court for twelve million dollars claiming years of gender discrimination and harassment she was an executive assistant and eventually a vice president for dinner earls canal productions her lawsuit claims he made vulgar and inappropriate comments to her and joked about his **** prescription the lawsuit comes six weeks after canal production sued Robinson in New York state court for six million dollars that lawsuit alleges Robinson misappropriated thousands of dollars converted millions of the company's frequent flyer miles for her personal use and binge watch Netflix on company time I'm arches are letter. scientists have analyze the so called fact Berg which is being cloaking the skewers of western England the lump of cooking fats combined with household products come together in a mass longer than the tower of Pisa turns out not to be a health or environmental has it university of Exeter scientists said on Friday there were no detectable levels of toxic chemicals in fact Berg which killed thirty six tanker loads when it was removed from underneath the seaside town of Sidmouth the lead scientist said the team was surprised with the results of that analysis. LOC on impeachment I'm in to Tim acquire with an A. P. news minute house speaker Nancy Pelosi in the speech tonight the South Carolina Democrat says the house impeachment enquiring a president trump is necessary some people say why are you doing this. he's not worth it. to divide the country this recipe he may not be. but our constitution is worth it our democracy as well. hi fi connected closely committee chairman. committee chairman leading the inquired of sin the subpoena to the White House demanding administration official submit information on contacts with Ukraine president trump signals he may not go along with the Democrats he tells reporters at the White House he is looking into corruption..
Man who killed mob boss allegedly thought he was helping Trump
"A twenty four year old man has been charged with the shooting death of a reputed New York mob boss earlier this year at the time people could not figure out why he did this okay this one is the alleged leader of the Gambino crime family gone down in his driveway at his house Francesco Callie was his name he was the alleged leader the Gambino crime family gunned down outside his home in March a twenty four year old man who has been charged with the shooting death of a reputed New York mob boss earlier this year thought he was under the influence of Q. one on a pro trump internet posting our procumbent postings about the president's supposedly battling a curveball of liberal elites his lawyer wrote in a recent submission to New York state court Anthony Carmelo come mellow has been charged with murder over the fatal shooting of Francesco Kelly in a new court filing call mellows attorney argues he became so engrossed with unsupported queue and on theories that on the night of Kelly's death he was acting under a delusion which included that democratic politicians celebrities and people associated with organized crime a part of the deep state according to come ellos lawyer he wrote that his client believed he was on a mission to save the American way of life when he shot and killed the Gambino crime boss beginning with the election of president trump in November twenty sixteen Anthony Camillus family began to notice changes in his personality attorney Robert Gottlieb broke Mister Carmelo's support for Q. and nine went beyond mere participation in a radical political organization it evolved into a delusional obsession how are the queue an hour's gonna take this because we've had John loves to talk to the queue and on people when they call you get stuck I was gonna say they've they've they've never seemed Miley I've never thought they were via no no not at all stream gate I always kind of felt like there was an undercurrent of of of trouble there was another thing that because you're too because if if if you go to a restaurant where the pizza place is and there's no basement and you've been saying there's a base where they have these were children hostage yeah that's like the no basement thing is a problem no it's like the WMDs reports that's what happened so when Camilo arrived Callie some Callie is the mob boss reputed mob I Callie's home according to the filing the plan was to stage a citizen's arrest of Callie and not shoot him after a heated exchange Callie Kamala says the mob boss made a furtive action with his hand which made Camilo afraid for his life he then reached into his pickup truck grabbed a gun and fired a Kelly killing him because of his self perceived status in Q. and nine Mister Camilo became certain he was enjoying the protection of president trump himself and that he had the president's full support yeah the details contained in a filing apart a Camillus planned quote mental disease or defect defense now once upon a time managing Gigante to this exact same act he did the exact same act acting crazy he shot Frank Costello in the head eating Callum the bullet ricocheted off his of his skull she acted for thirty five forty years like a crazy for he would walk around pee in the street all kinds of they they called in the Daffy dot anyway all time is running late in the eighties result of crimes the details are contained in a filing news of Kelly's death ignited the speculation about a possible restart of dole's among New York mafia families the New York Daily News reported after Kelly's death that investigators initially suspected an underling of Callie or someone would have before them but neither theory turned out to be true what really happened according to compel as lawyer was even stranger the suspected murderer carried out his violent act as a way of fighting against the deep state to quote expose the entire conspiracy and ensure that every criminal is brought to justice at a court hearing shortly after his arrest Camilo held up his palms what do you think you had on his palms John Matt got the letter Q. all we
"new york state court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That swept across Alabama, Georgia, Florida and South Carolina. Economists are expecting the US unemployment rate to drop slightly when the numbers for February are released this morning by the Labor Department. The forecast is for the economy to evaded one hundred eighty two thousand jobs. This is NPR news. And this is WNYC in New York. I'm shumita Basu. Michael Cohen is suing the Trump organization claiming it failed to pay nearly two million dollars toward his legal defence the lawsuit filed yesterday in New York state court claims the president's company stopped paying Cohen's mounting legal fees after he began cooperating with federal prosecutors, it alleges breach of contract and seeks damages on Cohen's behalf. Cohen who is president. Trump's former lawyer pleaded guilty in August to tax crimes lying to congress and campaign finance violations. The Trump organization has not responded to several requests for comment. New York students in the public university systems are calling on lawmakers in Albany to close the gap between the tuition assistance program or tap. And the rising cost of attending college. Karen DeWitt reports when state aid falls short schools have to make up the nearly one hundred fifty million dollar difference. Students who spoke at the rally say the so-called tax gap has led to erosion of class offerings and services at campuses. Other students say they face long waits for healthcare appointments and answers from understaffed and overstressed financial aid offices. I'm a proud graduate of queens college assemblywoman Deborah Glick, whose the higher education committee chair also spoke at the rally she says the maximum limit for tap awards needs to increase to keep pace with the tuition hikes. And she says it needs to be part of the next state budget, a coalition of pastors civil rights leaders and legislators in New Jersey is calling on police brutality victims to share their stories in a series of public. Forums WNYC's? Karen rouse reports. N double ACP attorney Greg staff says for too long authorities have blamed a few bad apple cops when excessive forces used he says that's unacceptable. You don't go to a hosp. Title and here. Well, that's surgeons a bad. Apple you don't get on an airplane and say, well, we got a few bad, apple pilots. And we can't have police officers and police departments to think that way the coalition hopes hearing the firsthand accounts of police.
"new york state court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Headlines ever to Bob when we go in our Bloomberg eleven three old news from hey, Bob, Carol. Thank you, very much president Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen filed a lawsuit today, claiming the Trump organization broke a promise to pay his legal bills and owes at least one point nine million dollars to cover the cost of his defense. The lawsuit was filed today in New York state court claims the Trump organization stopped paying Cohen's mounting legal fees after he began cooperating with federal prosecutors in their investigations to Trump's business dealings in Russia and attempts to silence women with embarrassing stories about his personal life, it alleges a breach of contract and seeks damages on Koa. We have messages seeking comment have been left with the Trump organization. The house of representatives will vote on a resolution that condemns all hate speech in response to comments made by freshman democratic repre. Genitive Johan, Omar that were seen by some as anti semitic speaking on the house floor democratic congressman Ted Deutch of Florida said he worries about how actual anti-semites here. Omar's words. Congressman deutsch. Well, let's move on. Now there we go persecuted or attacked or killed are talking about. How anti-semitic words can lead at their most hateful and violent extremes. Then it's anti-semitism and take my word for it. If you don't do that. Then please understand that an anti Semite will hear those words as a dog. Whistle speaker Nancy Pelosi earlier said Omar didn't understand the weight of her words about.
"new york state court" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Evac scenes ready response from all levels of government to contain the spread. Levels of governments. That was November. First two thousand five President George W Bush at a difficult time in his presidency. Two thousand five did not go great. And he's they're announcing a new national effort to prepare for the uncoming pandemic of bird flu that's going to kill one hundred and fifty million people. And that was fourteen years ago. And nobody much remembers that now about that part of the George W Bush administration. But it turns out even things like that that do not loom large in history. They sometimes come around again in ways that could be helpful for our current round of presidential problems. We are now in the second month of the federal government shutdown over President Trump's demand that we build a wall between the United States and Mexico. We have never had a government shutdown this long. So there is no existing game plan for how to try to keep the essential functions of government rolling while no money can be expended and the people who actually affects you it. Those elements of the government are not being paid in the federal courthouse system in New York state. So not New York state courts but federal courts in New York, the administrator of the federal courts in the southern district of New York has just told the New York Times and WNYC that among the strategies they're employing in his federal courthouse to try to keep administering the Justice system while nobody in it is being paid among the things they are. Now starting to do is that they have dusted off the old bird-flu plan from the George W Bush administration. Bush gave that uncomfortable speech at the H November two thousand five it did in fact, set in motion planning across various agencies and elements of the government to be ready to have contingency plans in place in the event that there was a worldwide and nationwide bird flu pandemic that was going to bring the United States, and maybe even the whole world to its knees. A little bit over a year after the Bush administration presented that planner ordered that plan after Bush gave that speech, the Justice department and its bureau of Justice Assistance. In fact, rolled out this nuts and bolts plan, they called it an emergency roadmap for the courts for continuing operations in the event of a worldwide bird flu pandemic, quote, while it may be difficult for court managers to envision the impact of pandemic on court operations and to plan for such a scenario it is imperative that such planning take place before such an event occurs. Is to wait and see if such a pandemic will actually occurs to risk the future operation of the court at a time when it would be most needed should append occur. The operation of the courts like all government agencies will be will be seriously affected. It's estimated that some forty percent of the workforce will be unable or unwilling to report to work such reduction of available human resources could be catastrophic to the continuation of court surfaces courts will need to develop mechanisms to ensure the continuity of vital court operations in a manner that doesn't jeopardize the health and safety of the judicial workforce or members of the public appearing before the court. This is what they were contending with. This is what they were trying to plan for forty percent of everyone has the bird flu. How did they imagine in two thousand seven that the federal court system would be able to still stay open? If for no other reason that they'd have to be ruling all the inevitable draconian Corentin orders and all of the other emergency actions. The government would have to take to deal with a gigantic bird flu pandemic. What do they think they could do? Well, they could fax quote the courts pandemic emergency plan should consider alternative methods of accessing employee's expertise and abilities computers, along with sex machines and other telecommunication should be considered to allow staff members to function off site. Public health officials are the court may deem it necessary to restrict public and even court user access to the court facility to prevent the spread of disease the court should carefully. Consider the nature of such restrictions employing technology such as televised court proceedings may help remedy this issue. So what if you can't let anybody in the courthouse because everybody's got the bird flu?.
"new york state court" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt
"And because I 'cause I think that you always want the best defense in a situation for anybody. Even if they're reviled. Where do you think the next attorney comes from? That's a brilliant question. Really? Do you see cuz I'll tell you why it's brilliant because we. Do you go outside the city of New York, right because my experiences New York state court the criminal court in New York is like a different universe. And I could've stay away personally from doing state court cases, anywhere, but in California, but New York, especially because there's just if there's Johnny Cochran famously said it maybe twenty five years ago. I, you know, I just walked out of that York state court criminal court. What is and there is a very there's a reason that that what's his name caught the nation's fancy with law and order because it there I it's just unique. It's like no place on earth. And so how do you do you want? Somebody who comes from somewhere else to parachute Enya Gerry, Spence, as you might remember. Parachute in New York to defend the melda Marcos. And I remember during that trial many years ago, they were mocking Gerry Spence for this guy from Montana thought he was going to go and fight the orders. But Jerry did that in the southern district seven district is the federal court. That was the case it was tried in the federal court, not the state court. The state court is even more idiosyncratic in civil I've been in the criminal context. And so do you pick somebody from outside of New York? I have real hesitating if I'm Weinstein in doing that. And then who do you pick in New York because as I've said many times, then is the dean. He's the dean of the criminal law, New York's what what what high profile cases is he? Presided over fence. Benders has started with kind of hit the ground running with the Gatien case, which was an acquittal many years ago. And then after that Johnny Cochran brought him in and bended ended up trying puffy case the one went back in the J lo days where there was a gun that gun charge in New York. Then was then that was probably ninety nine or two thousand right around the time. I did McDougal then Ben had Dominic Strauss Kahn, which was the I think he was then head of the IMF and many people thought was going to be the future head of France who was accused of and they filed on for the caisson volving the made at the auto hotel, then I think had Plaxico Burress around. Yeah. I think Plaxico case. And then as head of another recent case, oh, he's got right now. His offices got ten. He's working on the next. AM case, which is a federal federal case. And then market niff- lose. It is office tried one one of those Swiss banker tax cases, and that was in federal court. They I mean, they literally any case it's in New York that office is one of the reasons I always wanted. I laughed a bed. I bequeath my first born to you. I say they're really the go to firm in New York. There's no there's that firm there. Most of the other Goto criminal defense lawyers in New York have gone, the large firm white shoe practice. The what it comes to when it comes to kind of the doing the nuts and bolts, criminals stuff. It's ben's. The last guys fanning is there any other plausible explanation that could involve billable hours or that could involve. Solve a strategy to get a delay. With new counts council are something like that. As any rational thought could feasibly could you say 'cause I judges always suspect this judges with the a lot of judges..
Judge bars citizenship question from 2020 census
"This is NPR. And you're listening to WNYC in New York at five oh four. I'm Jamie Floyd legalizing, recreational marijuana, passing congestion pricing and rapidly increasing renewable energy usage. These are just some of the items on New York governor Andrew Cuomo to do list for this legislative session at the state of the union address this afternoon governor Cuomo conceded, the laundry list may seem ambitious. It's a lot no doubt about it. But there's been a lot that has been bottled up for many many years that we couldn't get done. And in many ways, I feel the state is now liberated with the Senate Democratic caucus. And of course, it's the state of the state the governor called on lawmakers to continue passing progressive legislation in the coming weeks among his top budget priorities. Cuomo said our public transportation and infrastructure, healthcare and cutting taxes for the middle class. For years, the NYPD's response to questions about its use of surveillance technology has been to neither confirm nor deny whether records bowed. It exists. It's called the glow more response. But now in New York state court judge has ruled in a case over whether NYPD spied on the cell phones of people attending black lives matter protests that the police can no longer keep that claim of confidentiality. It's a win for civil libertarians. And state supreme court Justice, Arlene, blue shot down, the NYPD argument that responding to complaints would compromise counterterrorism or criminal efforts because the police in question, we're not the people in question rather were not breaking the law at the time New York Times reporter, Ali Watson covered the case. Judge's ruling right now, depending on whether or not the NYPD appeals actually puts a very firm boot the neck of his response. They can't really use it in the future. The NYPD does have thirty days to appeal. The ruling. A statement a spokeswoman said that it uses the global response exceedingly sparingly and only after careful consideration of the interests involved tonight, mostly clear, a low around twenty seven degrees. Currently, it's thirty four degrees. The time is five oh six support for NPR comes from C three providing a software platform that enables organizations to deploy artificial intelligence in IOT solutions at industrial scale. Learn more at C three dot AI. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelley, and I'm Ari Shapiro in a Senate hearing room today attorney general nominee William bar has been walking a fine line bar is pledging to protect the Justice department. But he also says the president has sweeping constitutional authority NPR national Justice correspondent Carrie Johnson has been following these confirmation hearings and joins us now to talk about them. Hi, hey, okay. He has been nominated to lead the Justice department at a time when the president is attacking it. So how did bar address that tension today? Well, Bill Maher said he has a very high opinion of deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, he says he has no reason to doubt that the Russians attempted to interfere in our elections. And he says he doesn't believe that special counsel. Robert Muller would be conducting a witch hunt in fact, Barr says he would quit rather than fire Muller. If there were no good cause to get rid of him. And as one of Muller's friends for thirty years Barr says it's unimaginable that. Muller would do anything to prompt? A firing Senate Democrats went into this hearing wanting bar firmly committed to protecting the Russia investigation. Did they get that commitment? Not affirm one Ari Dianne Feinstein, the top democrat on the committee was pressing Bill bar a lot about what people will learn in the end about the Russia probe. Will you commit to making any report Muller produces at the conclusion of his investigation available to congress and to the public as as I said, my statement, I am going to make as much information available as I can consistent with the rules and regulations now Bill bar talked about wanting transparency, but he also said that he s the attorney general make the ultimate call about what becomes public and later on Senator amazing. Geraldo, Hawaii said just asking us to trust. You is not enough. She said this president will do anything to protect himself, and Mr. bar was kind of tough in his response. He said, I'm not going to surrender the responsibility of the attorney general. To get this title. We know that bar has had some contact with lawyers involved in the investigation. Did we learn anything new today about his interactions with the White House? We did bar told lawmakers he actually met with President Trump awhile ago, and the president seemed to want bar to join his legal defence team bar politely declined. He said he didn't want to stick his head in a meat grinder bar. Also said he discussed some legal theories with attorneys for the president the vice president and with Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, but bar said he didn't recall learning anything of substance. Anything confidential about the pro from the beginning of this investigation. The issue of recusals has been a very big deal. What had bar say about recusals today? He said he thinks Jeff Sessions. The former attorney general probably did the right thing to recuse himself in Democrats pressed bar to step aside to given this context with lawyers involved in this investigation and a memo he wrote criticizing the investigation, but here again, far would not commit. He says he will ask career. Ethics officials at Justice to evaluate the question, but he won't necessarily do what they advise. He also said the president is not above the law. The president can't for example, offer pardons to people who promise now to incriminate him taking a step back. There is one question about Bill bar that people on both sides of the aisle have which is why would he come back to lead the Justice department after twenty seven years to be attorney general again in excellent question bar, basically says because he loves the Justice department as an institution he says, he's sixty eight years old, and he has nothing to lose. If you take this job, you have to be ready to make decisions and spend all your political capital and have no future because you have to have that freedom of action, and I feel I'm gonna position in life where I can do the right thing and not really care about the consequences and Ari so far nothing has emerged to block Boris path confirmation. NPR national. Justice. Correspondent Carrie Johnson. Thank you. My pleasure for analysis of the hearing and of what Bill bar may do if he's confirmed. Let's bring in Jennifer dascomb. She's an associate professor of law at American University. She used to work at the Justice department. Professor Daska welcome. Thank you. So to the central question today, which is whether bar will protect the Muller investigation based on what you heard from his testimony. Are you persuaded that he will? So he he answered that pretty clearly he said that he he likely I mean, he had he would protect mother and the absence. Something extraordinary that mother would be allowed to continue. I think the key question and the one that several senators pushed on the a question of what is going to be made public, and what's going to be made available congress. We heard Bill bars say repeatedly that he was committed to transparency, but transparency considered students consistent with the law transparency consistent with rules and regulations and bar. Has a very broad view of executive privilege and a very broad view of executive power including power over criminal investigation. So when he says he needs to be consistent with rules and regulations on the question of whether whatever final report Muller producers should be made public. That's what he would be referring to executive privilege that the president might say, no, exactly executive privilege abroad claims our national security, our range of different reasons. Why transparency would be limited according to his his views and the president's articulation of of what's necessary to keep private secret. He also as we just heard there from Carrie Johnson did not seem to suggest that he's likely to recuse himself from overseeing the Mueller investigation. Did that surprise you in any way? It comprises me only because it seems like a clear case where recusals would be appropriate, but he has been consistent on along in suggesting that he would not recuse himself. And I wasn't surprised that he didn't change his mind today. But giving his engagement given the nemo that was that he chose to write and to send to the president about concerned about obstruction of Justice charges targeting the president and given what he acknowledged today about conversations, it seems like this would be a clear case for recusal has been consistent about that. Well, that prompts my next question, and it's one that he was asked today by senators in in one way or the other a number of times, which is would he protect the independence of the Justice department against executive overreach. Do you think when push comes to shove Bill would tell the president? No, no, sir. You can't do that. So again, I think it depends on what's being asked. And he did get today that there were certain red lines that he went cross, but that being said he has an expressed repeatedly previously very broad views of executive power and executive privilege, and there are certainly in a whole range of areas in which the president could assert executive privilege in my assumption is and based on bars previous, writings and statements. That bar would agree. Did you learn anything about Bill today that you didn't already know? Some of the contacts that he's had were interesting to hear about you know, he is as as expected he was incredibly articulate and and respectful. I think that the key is is reading the testimony in light of what he started written in the past. Did you hear anything today that might derail this confirmation that poses a serious threat to his chances of being confirmed? I'm just given given the politics and given the makeup of the Senate unlikely at this point is there a question to you to you would have asked him that the senators did not. Again, I think that really pushing him on this question of transparency what happens when the president asserts a claim of national security what happens when the president says, you know, we just want a very brief cursory summary of this report sent up to congress. What do you do? Then you would have liked to have heard an iron clad, whatever Muller wants to be made public. I'll back. Exactly, that's Jennifer Gasco. She she choose constitutional and national security law at American University Jennifer desk, thanks so much for taking the time. Thank you.
Student loan company Navient used deceptive practices, audit suggests
"Washington debate is slated this evening between two candidates in unexpectedly. Contentious Mississippi Senate race, Republican Senator Cindy Hyde. Smith faces a runoff next week against democrat. Mike Espy the runoff race has become embroiled in controversy after a video surfaced on Twitter from a campaign event for Senator Cindy, Hyde Smith in Tupelo Mississippi earlier this month, and it she can be heard praising supporter by saying, quote, if he invited me to a public hanging. I'd be on the front row given Mississippi's history of racist violence against black people many observers heard that comment as a disturbing reference to lynching Hyde Smith who is white said in a statement that quote, any attempt to turn this into a negative connotation is ridiculous her opponent. Former congressman in US agriculture secretary. Mike Espy is African American. No candidate got more than fifty percent of the vote on November six sending the race to a runoff. Next week. You're listening to NPR and this is WNYC in New York. I'm Jamie Floyd, the head of New York City's board of election says the ballot is the reason for long lines on election day, the perforated to page ballot presented a series of problems never before experienced by the board or anywhere in the country. The only executive director Michael Ryan, he spoke to city council members during a nearly four hour long hearing today said his agency just didn't have enough time to test the scanners with that amount of paper city council speaker Cory Johnson said he expects a full plan from the city and state officials about how to fix these issues for quote, the next election and the one after that and the one after that. The man accused of killing a New York City. Toddler best known as baby hope has died in custody. The New York Times reporting that Corrado Juarez died Sunday due to complications related upon create a cancer. The fifty seven year old former restaurant worker was awaiting trial for the last five years. What is was charged in the murder of four year old on Djelic Custodio whose body was found in a cooler left in a wooded area area in upper Manhattan back in nineteen Ninety-one. Prosecutors say she had been suffocated and molested her killing remained unsolved for more than two decades, and predatory lenders in New Yorker taking advantage of an arcane legal document that allows them to immediately sees borrower's assets when they default, and in some cases, even when they don't the loophole is called a confession of judgment it forces small-time borrowers to forfeit their rights. If the lenders. Decide to sue Bloomberg BusinessWeek reporters Meyde Meidlinger says that most of these lenders are actually from out of state. The lenders have figured out that the New York state court system is the best for what they're trying to do here. And so they typically go to upstate county clerk's offices where people are just kind of sitting there rubber-stamping these judgments, there's no judge involved and mitre says these are impossible to overturn forty seven degrees. Support for NPR comes from i-drive may grow remote PC, providing real time remote access to PC's Maxon servers from anywhere for use win telecommuting or for remote management. Learn more at remote dot com slash NPR. It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Audie Cornish. Ari Shapiro before heading to his mar-a-lago resort for thanksgiving today. President Trump took questions from reporters on the lawn of the White House as his helicopter waited. The topics included his statement on Saudi Arabia. A legal setback on his new asylum. Restrictions and his daughter Ivanka is use of a personal Email address. He spoke out against the ninth circuit court of appeals the federal appeals court for the western US. That's where judge yesterday temporarily halted the administration's new restrictions on asylum-seekers, Trump suggested the court was biased. No matter. What you do? No