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"new york westchester county" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

08:09 min | 7 months ago

"new york westchester county" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"Join g edward griffin del. Big tree and me. Your mc mc in lafayette louisiana november six and seven for the red pill expo live or via streaming video to register us are convenient link crusade channel dot com forward slash red pill crusade channel news news. You can trust because the truth can be trusted from the crusade channel news desk. Here's janet huxley. Good morning crusaders. Welcome to tuesday november. Second twenty twenty one. I'm janet huxley reporting for the crusade channel news desk live from the dothan ranch and farm south of kansas city missouri. This report is brought to you by the epoch times. America's new hometown newspaper of record using endorsed by my church the epoch times journalism you can count on subscribed today at crusade channel dot com forward slash epic. Here's what to listen for this hour. No country has formally recognized the taliban government since they took over afghanistan. The problem for the world they say. Missouri governor takes a stand against overreaching mandates. A forty year old cold case involving a real estate mogul wrapped up with an indictment and the latest on how queen elizabeth is doing after some health concerns. No country has formally recognized the taliban government since they took over afghanistan. A problem for the us and the world they say. Our political news correspondent magdalene. Rose has the latest. The taliban called on the united states and other countries on saturday to recognize their government in afghanistan saying that a failure to do so when the continued freezing of afghan funds abroad would lead to problems not only for afghanistan but for the world no country is formally recognize the taliban government since the taliban took over the country august billions of dollars in afghan assets and funds abroad have also been frozen. A taliban spokesman told journalists at a news conference on saturday. Our message to america is if unrecognized continues afghan problems continue. It is the problem of the region and could turn into a problem for the world. He said the reason. The taliban and the united states went to war last time. We're also because the two did not have formal diplomatic ties while the taliban did seize control of afghanistan is running at gas and is in control of afghanistan. Taliban is not in control of how other countries respond to the taliban and that is something that is frustrating. The taliban as leaders of afghanistan. Now i think there was a belief on the talibans part that many countries would sort of get over that they would allow for diplomatic relations that they would be afraid of the spread of terrorism. But in fact it's gone. The other way. Countries around the world especially western countries are afraid to give legitimacy to the taliban. They're afraid that if they legitimize the taliban as a real governing body as a real government it will inspire more terrorist accident of already happened it will inspire attacks against western countries around the world for the crusade channel and political affairs correspondent. Magdalene rose missouri republican governor. Mike parson announced on october. Twenty eighth that he has issued an executive order to protect the individual rights of his states citizens against overreaching ovid nineteen vaccine mandates from the biden administration as the governor of the state of missouri. I stand with concerned. Missourians and will do all i can to stop federal coverted nineteen vaccine mandates. Parsons said in a statement. When biden announced his initial plans to force unconstitutional vaccine mandates. We immediately began aligning state resources for legal action. While we hoped the biden administration would recognize these mandates as the abuse of authority that they are they have not and we must now use every tool. We have available to fight this federal intrusion. He said real estate mogul robert durst was indicted yesterday for murder. In the death of his first wife kathie durst who disappeared. Nearly four decades ago durst seventy eight was charged by a westchester county. Grand jury in an indictment on november first twenty twenty one with murder in the second degree. The office of new york's westchester county district attorney announced case. It's getting a lot of media attention when kathleen durst disappeared on january. The thirty first of nineteen eighty to her family and friends were left with pain anguish and questions that have contributed to their unfaltering pursuit of justice for the last thirty nine years. The district attorney said in a statement. The district attorney's office reinvigorated. Its investigation into robert durst. Just ten months ago. When i took office the cold-case bureau and dedicated the resources and skill that i thought this case deserved said district attorney mimi rocca our quote to the day. No one will have any other desire in heaven than what god wills and a desire of one will be the desire of all and the desire of all and of each one will also be the desire of god saint anselm and coming up the commemoration of all the faithful departed listening to crusade channel news. Our enemies surround us. They installed their puppet in the white house. Infiltrated every institution and made our leaders cower in fear and that's fine with us because we have right where we want them. Austin ruses under siege no finer time to be a faithful catholic is the definitive roadmap to meet these dangerous times for decades austin ruses confronted and exposed the dark side of human nature. His tactical insight shows us how to heed god's call to vanquish our enemies and contribute to the renewal of society. And the church he urgent call to recapture rebuild christendom. Today order your copy of austin ruses under siege no finer time to be a faithful catholic at the founders trading post go to shop that might church dot com that shop dot mike church dot com today today we recognize the commemoration of all the faithful departed the churches encouraged prayer for the dead from the earliest times as an act of christian charity. If we had no care for the dead augusta noted we would not be in the habit of praying for them yet pre christian rights for the deceased retain such a stronghold on the superstitious imagination that a liturgical commemoration was not observed until the middle ages when monastic communities began to market annual day of prayer for the departed members in the middle of the eleventh century. Saint odilo abbot of clooney. France declared that all quinnipiac monasteries offer special prayers and seeing the office for the dead on november second the day after the feast of all saints. The custom spread from clooney and was finally adopted throughout the roman church. The theological underpinning of the feast is the acknowledgement of human. Frailty britain's queen elizabeth. The second was pictured driving herself around her windsor estate on monday days after being instructed by doctors to rest for at least a fortnight and refrain from official visits. The image showed the ninety five year old monarch wearing a headscarf in sunglasses at the wheel of her car. The outing will likely be a welcome sight amid increasing concerns over her health. Last month the queen was forced to cancel a trip to northern ireland and spent a night at the king edward the seventh hospital in central london. Where doctors did preliminary tests and advised her to rest for a few days. Send me your tips. 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"new york westchester county" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:52 min | 9 months ago

"new york westchester county" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It is the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks. The world was forever changed that day and w O R S Mike Bauer highlights some of the many changes that have occurred as a result of that faithful day. The biggest difference for Americans can be found in the sector of that morning's greatest failure. Airport security. For the first time, airport security will become a direct federal responsibility before September, 11th security at all US airports was handled by private security firms. In the weeks and months that followed, the federal government took over all aspects of airport security. And when you watch videos showing what security was like on the morning of 9 11 is the terrorists were walking through Dulles Airport. You might be stunned at the lack of security because when you remove your shoes and put your laptop in the security been at an airport or even while getting into some buildings in this country, it's a direct result of 9 11. President Biden and the first lady will be in lower Manhattan this morning for the ceremony Commemorating the 20th anniversary of the attacks. The ceremony will be largely similar to the annual ceremonies in the past, and that includes moments of silence, Bell tolls and the names read of the Nearly 3000 people killed in the attacks. President of the 9 11 Memorial and Museum Alice Greenwald notes. There will be a lot of name readers who were not alive on 9 11. 20 years is the span of a generation and we're actually in a moment. Now we're 9 11 is transitioning from memory to history. There will be added musical performances as a special acknowledgment that it's been 20 years since the attacks. I'm Scott Pringle, w. O. R D U. S officials say there are no credible threat to the United States. Today. But a B CS Aaron Carter Ski tells us the overall threat has changed. 20 years after foreign terrorist turned planes into weapons had symbolic targets in New York and Washington, Homeland Security Secretary at 100 Yorkis told ABC News. The current terror threat comes from within the greatest terrorism related threat. To the homeland is the threat of domestic terrorism. He called it sad that Americans are prone to violence because of hate or false narratives. But as the nation commemorates the 9 11 attacks, fencing is going back up around the U. S. Capitol because of a rally tied to the January 6th insurrection. Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS New York Westchester County, Unveiling a new September 11th memorial dedicated to the 41 1st responders who lost their lives to 9 11 related illnesses. The unveiling yesterday it was a private event for family and friends of those lost The public unveiling takes place today at 3 30 at the county's memorial this morning, Joe Barlow has special coverage of the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 attacks. It starts at 8 30 right here on 7 10. W O. R. The White House is expecting bipartisan support for raising the federal debt ceiling, press secretary Jen Psaki noted. It shouldn't be a political issue, she said. It's about preserving the full faith.

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"new york westchester county" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

The Mark Levin Show

05:17 min | 10 months ago

"new york westchester county" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

"Folks. These people are all liars or they have no idea what they're talking about and those of you. Who have america marxism you know. Exactly what is meant by critical race theory. The book is basically a seminar that little section of it on that issue. That's another right wing conspiracy. This is totally made up by donald. Trump. and and glenn young. The gubernatorial candidate virginia gubernatorial candidate terry mcauliffe said in june. I don't think we would think that educating the youth and the next future leaders of the country systemic racism is indoctrination. And the only black governor. Virginia's hat has denounced mccullough because he defeated two out of three primary candidates and the democrat party who are black women and he points this out. He says this guy's a hypocrite. It's a joke but those democrats appear to be underestimating parents. Anger in places critical race theory is top of mine objections to equity plans or not the so province of conservatives but extended many moderate independent voters. They're not equity plans. It is racism so political interviewed. A number of school board members political operatives and activists and democrat and left-leaning communities including the northern virginia suburbs of washington. Palm beach county florida. New york's westchester county maricopa county covering phoenix arizona suburban detroit parents who are showing up the school board meetings and helped launch a spat of recall elections. Say they are angry about a host of issues including what they see as a myopic. Focus unversity at school boards ongoing frustration over year of close schools and school lesson plans. They are becoming too progressive to fast aka. Marxist nothing about this progressive marxist those media. Excuse me while. Those complaints of often been branded. In the media's anti critical race theory the causes of the anger of varied and are being ignored parents say the stakes aren't lost on. Amanda lipman founder. The democratic organization run for something which works to elect school board members and other local officials. She said this is a perfect storm of something that can appeal to a draw back in some of the suburban parents that might have voted republican in two thousand sixteen democrat in two thousand eighteen and twenty twenty but be conjoined back to the republican party in two thousand twenty two. You know people say. I don't do i told you so's i do. I told you so. And i told suburban mothers in particular white suburban.

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"new york westchester county" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"new york westchester county" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Call eight hundred nine hundred eight thousand it's time to stop being crazy call eight hundred nine hundred eight thousand the charges will be filed in the NASCAR news incident involving this circuits only black driver federal authorities say the noose found in NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace's garage stall at Talladega superspeedway had been there for at least eight months at no charges will be filed U. S. attorney J. town and FBI special agent in charge Johnny sharp junior say the news had been a garage number four as early as October Wallace is the only black driver on NASCAR's top circuit less than two weeks ago he helped push the stock car series to ban the Confederate flag at its venues after a crew member for Richard Petty motor sports discovered the news Sunday NASCAR contacted the F. B. I. which said fifteen agents to the track to investigate hi Mike Crossey up over a joke of edge has tested positive for the coronavirus after taking part of the tennis exhibition series that he organized in Serbia and Croatia top rank service is the fourth player to test positive for the virus after first playing in Belgrade and that again last week in a gracious wife also tested positive this town all dot com Virginia Republicans have picked Daniel gay to be their nominee and face off against incumbent mark Warner for a Senate seat later this year eight one a low key primary Tuesday against two other opponents Gade raised by far the most money and has the highest profile of the three Virginia was once a hotly contested swing state where Senate elections were decided by small margins but the state has swung democratic as northern Virginia has grown dramatically as a Washington DC suburb gate is a retired army officer who lost a leg to a roadside bomb in Iraq in two thousand five was by the gate theatre's Joe bond is one the democratic presidential primary New York Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has easily won his party's nomination in Kentucky and his bed for seven term voters indoor ninety minute waits in Kentucky's second largest city Lexington and social media posts showed long lines in new York's Westchester county deep into the evening for the stores a townhall dot com on Patrick Ross when you have trouble sleeping it's tough.

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"new york westchester county" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"new york westchester county" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Call eight hundred nine hundred eight thousand it's time to stop being crazy call eight hundred nine hundred eight thousand the charges will be filed in the NASCAR news incident involving this circuits only black driver federal authorities say the noose found in NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace's garage stall at Talladega superspeedway had been there for at least eight months at no charges will be filed U. S. attorney J. town and FBI special agent in charge Johnny sharp junior say the news had been a garage number four as early as October Wallace is the only black driver on NASCAR's top circuit less than two weeks ago he helped push the stock car series to ban the Confederate flag at its venues after a crew member for Richard Petty motor sports discovered the news Sunday NASCAR contacted the F. B. I. which said fifteen agents to the track to investigate hi Mike Crossey up over a joke of edge has tested positive for the coronavirus after taking part of the tennis exhibition series that he organized in Serbia and Croatia top rank service is the fourth player to test positive for the virus after first playing in Belgrade and that again last week in a gracious wife also tested positive this town all dot com Virginia Republicans have picked Daniel gay to be their nominee and face off against incumbent mark Warner for a Senate seat later this year eight one a low key primary Tuesday against two other opponents Gade raised by far the most money and has the highest profile of the three Virginia was once a hotly contested swing state where Senate elections were decided by small margins but the state has swung democratic as northern Virginia has grown dramatically as a Washington DC suburb gate is a retired army officer who lost a leg to a roadside bomb in Iraq in two thousand five was by the gate theatre's Giovanni's won the democratic presidential primary New York Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has easily won his party's nomination in Kentucky and his bed for seven term voters indoor ninety minute waits in Kentucky's second largest city Lexington and social media posts showed long lines in new York's Westchester county deep into the evening for the stores a townhall dot com Patrick Ross start small no soy milk almond is fine okay.

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"new york westchester county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"new york westchester county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"From his house not because of coronavirus but because he just likes it there PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman on news radio WFLA either we're going to a little pre drafts preview but we can't we can't seem to get a friend to grass from the morning show on the phone right now he can't be asleep for tomorrow shows gonna watch the draft yeah they stay up later than you think they do yeah I don't know what's going on is what I just watch what our one night they sent you sent me a tax he's saying that he's there I know he's got I think he's got really bad reception Addis house because I thought we try to have one before one other time he was cutting out a lot we had a mom when the news broke about Tom Brady right right all right let me go here yes is on is on the hot line now from ninety five three W. D. A. E. morning host T. crass digress what's going on Brian good evening ma'am how are you good good so let's talk about the the draft what are you expecting tonight from the Tampa Bay bucs tricky spot Daddy picked fourteenth overall everyone knows Indian office to tackle the problem is is there a whole bunch of teens look at profit to tackle all help so the box really want to get that guy Reid they're gonna have to move up in the gonna have to use either draft picks or players like in O. J. Howard who's become you know quite expendable now that rob Gronkowski's here and again I have to make an aggressive move up at least the number eight or number nine in order to get the guy that they want so they're gonna have to overpay you need to move up and I think you've got to go for that offensive lineman to protect Tom Brady I mean you got to put all your chips in the middle of the table at this point option I have without question because right now the Buccaneers or win now mode because Jerry D. is forty two going on forty three they just got a groundout retirement he's thirty going on thirty one you've got a one to two year window to make things right so I expect the Buccaneers to operate underneath the the premise that listen it's a win now team so I wouldn't be surprised if they swung a trade for a veteran offensive linemen that wouldn't surprise me tonight or if they move up aggressively in the drive to get the guy they want when it comes to weapons for Tom Brady he's he's set right is there anything else on offense that the bucs need or once they potentially get that offense of linemen to protect him then the focus becomes sure enough the defense what is this this trap is so deep at wide receiver they may take a receiver maybe later on in the draft and they absolutely need a running back Ryan that I could use it tonight's first round pick on one but tomorrow night around two around three they will absolutely go for running back they need a guy back there a compliment Ronald Jones and give Tom Brady a drive to catch a ball out of the backfield let me ask you about Tom Brady for a second is he gonna make it to the season or do you see him getting arrested and locked up or there's even a kick off I mean he's running around in the park that's close because a corona virus any he breaks into a house he's lucky you know he's in us stand your ground state plugging it shot when he walked in the house and what is going on with him I think you still trying to find his way around Tampa look he's he's this is a new surrounding forum for the first time in twenty years he's living in a totally different place now you got a house on California got houses all over the place right now but they are camp residents for the first time so let's have you been there I've been there I know what about the poor I was trying to find my way around town right now you know to be quite honest way way way way way way way way way way did you ever walk into the wrong house no I don't walk into somebody's house I've never done that before I'm knocked on Wall doors I mean thinking it was one you know the house that I was supposed to be at but I never like walk into somebody's house unannounced like that that that's a little far fetched nothing surprises me in this town but anyway T. president Felix I was I'm fascinated by the whole draft situation because we know Roger Goodell's gonna be doing this from his basement how is this going to be set up in terms of doing each individual pick are the people that are eligible for that pic gonna be on zero more video conference and then you have to reset everything every time you go through and how this is going to work with directly yeah that that's basically it I mean they have a handful of prospect that they will be able to access through facetime or Skype or whatever it is to get their reaction you know the people that are you know projected to be high pixel to Hampel guide you'll still tonight those guys the one god and Roger Goodell will be in the basement of this cushy home up in Bronxville New York Westchester county very sounded so he's doing okay and for each team Ryan there at home by Jeff gentlemen to decide the box he's at home doing his grab so he's got to make sure that his wife Blair keeps is three kids when you've got three rambunctious kids I bet those kids now they need a quarter those kids to get him out of the house of something for a couple of hours just had a situation like that one guy who was doing the interview I remember that viral clip we're all of a sudden the kid busts into the door while you're doing some serious interviewing strutting around mom comes in and get some at DD is there going to be a set up where who's broadcasting that the dress well it's a collaboration between ESPN and the NFL network ABC so the draft will be simulcasted through all three of those networks and they gonna use telephone wall three networks just for V. S. P. under the NFL network the kind of collaborate on the strap so it's going to be the network here will somebody be in charge of hitting the booze sound effect every time Roger Goodell appears on TV because you have to do that that's it's a tradition I think there's a hashtag going around and entitled the commission I think there's already if you go online and use that hashtag actually it's great morning host for ninety five three W. D. A. ET crest to crest great to talk to you thanks so much for joining us for a few minutes thank you guys stay safe creative all right stay safe as well coming up next I would talk to the professor of medicine at New York medical college and chairman of medicine at Saint Joseph.

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"new york westchester county" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"new york westchester county" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A doctor answers questions about immunity and how covert nineteen spread I thought I might have colluded nineteen but I wasn't able to get tested could I have had it they still get sick I am trying to get antibody testing and I don't know no news live from NPR news in Washington I'm Louise Schiavone president trump says the United States has turned a corner in the corona virus pandemic the data suggests that nationwide we have passed the peak or new cases at the same time safety guidelines from stay at home to social distancing to hand washing and mask wearing remain in place as national public health officials warn a let up could lead to a fresh upsurge in cases the president says tomorrow will announce new guidelines for re opening the economy more than six hundred thirty seven thousand covert nineteen cases have now been recorded in the U. S. with more than twenty eight thousand deaths according to the Johns Hopkins University coronavirus tracking center county governments say the federal government needs to give them more help in the pandemic battle and P. R.'s Greg Allen has more the federal cares act passed last month included one hundred and fifty billion dollars in direct aid to states and cities with the caviar the funds can only be used for the cost of responding to the pandemic not for lost revenue because of the economy shut down in New York Westchester county executive George Latimer says local governments are on the front lines in the fight against the coronavirus but the loss of sales tax and property tax revenues he says leave his county and the entire region in dire fiscal shape we're going to need the federal government to be their significant way unless we tend to see a collapse of the New York metropolitan area Connie the national association of counties is working with Congress on a new bill that they hope will provide them with lease one hundred fifty billion dollars in additional federal aid to cover lost revenue Greg Allen NPR news the International Monetary Fund says Asia's economic growth this year will grind to a halt for the first time in sixty years as the corona virus crisis takes an unprecedented toll on the region service sector and major export destinations Wall Street the Dow down four hundred forty five points this is NPR it's a business profoundly affected by the vagaries of weather in agriculture but the news is good for Florida's citrus industry Amy green of member station WMFE in Orlando reports year over year retail sales were up ten percent during the four week period ended March fourteenth the sales were up forty percent during the last week of the period Andrew meadows of Florida citrus mutual says the boost offsets restaurant losses for the state's iconic crop which has been decimated by greening disease and a tightening beverage market it is hard for us to know that people still see orange juice is a significant support the vitamin C. that'll boost immune systems and advanced what people are looking for now C. Tracy is the leading crop in Florida which ranks second behind Brazil in oranges for juice production is down by nearly seventy percent from the industry peak some fifteen years ago print can use I. ninety green in Orlando navy hospital ship the U. S. and S. mercy docked off Los Angeles has had an outbreak of coronavirus among its crew the navy has removed a hundred sixteen medical staff members they were taken to a nearby base and they remain under quarantine none so far has needed hospitalization the mercy was deployed from San Diego for the purpose of receiving elderly patients I'm Louise Schiavone NPR news Washington support for KQ weedy comes from Comcast NBC universal working to make entertainment accessible for everyone when products are more inclusive everyone benefits learn more at Comcast corporation dot com slash accessibility and from redwood credit union proud sponsor check please bay area season fifteen new episodes air Thursdays at seven thirty PM the San.

"new york westchester county" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

14:10 min | 2 years ago

"new york westchester county" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"Inspire? Young athletes is the author of four books. That reside at the intersection of Sports and sociology is new book. Different Strokes Serena Venus and the unfinished Black Tennis Revolution was published in Two Thousand. Eight hundred twenty by the University of Nebraska Press Seats Will Harris. Welcome to the Dave Palmer. Show thank you very much. Dave is going to be here. Yeah Yeah Great. Great Superior as well. Actually I didn't mention to you sunny Philippines with no flights back to London or anything. Yeah Yeah A. Does have to pay now in the in the family. They're semi retired life. And then all of a sudden they stopped. The flight saw travel back and forth at a moment has gone. Where your New York of all this krone of our Stephan? I'm in New York Westchester County. Which happens to have the largest Number of corona virus cases in all of the United States Westchester learn. So I go out for groceries and I try to go off hours. You could be too close to someone at a supermarket and a virus to go out only for groceries and they'll were largely home housebound here. Yeah Yeah Yeah well. It's pretty much the same head is that there's a lockdown lockdown in the UK. That's now getting very serious. Not as serious as New York. Because I know I've been fortunate. I tried to relax and play music and play my daughter in law but yeah so. Uk's faltering reporter here. They're they're doing a lock them just as a matter of precaution as well because they got smaller out cases in comparison butts. There's a curfew o'clock at night so After eight o'clock every but anyway it's good. It's this this kind of what we can do anywhere anyway. Journalism and podcast in the stuff that Sola Day and age you can still reach out across right. So we're GONNA talk about your book. Different strokes with Serena Williams and the finished black tennis Serena and Venus Factor Senator Ablation and I know aspects you off air. The I always a tennis fan and I looks at tennis as as you know around a a light to do all kinds difference folks but one of my favorite sports actually as well as soccer and athletics track and field. But you've written free other books as well he yes. I will the hockey book I because I ended up covering professional hockey caroline versions of the National Hockey League covering hockey in a non hockey market. Carol and I was basically explaining the sport to people and helping the hurricanes bill. The fan base would meet mccade be meet black players and our experiences were similar. Feeling you know. What are you doing here? Yeah they will get that reaction. I realized there was a bump fair so ends up going to the hockey hall of fame in Toronto and whatever library and walking to hockey players past and present was hey. Why don't you call so? And so here's his number and I ended up calling a lot of you know. Old Hockey men were then in their seventies and eighties and interviewing them along with contemporary players and that became my first book and then there was a baseball book. I grew up a Yankee fan and also later covered the Yankees for canoes and from their tennis. So my and my fourth different strokes is all you look at the same issues plus more business of tennis and the relative lack of opportunities for black people in tennis off the court. That's be less with the subtitle of the unfinished black. Tennis Revolution comes from because the way as those accessible on the court and they bill US many others to the sport but off the court in areas like I'm Pires women directors media. Coaching blacks are still severely underrepresented in sport. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's US Kwon Interesting Topic. We need to cover as well I did actually were lifted in London which was snare regis part which is not bit living near Central Paul Kinney Hook Nassir but One of my neighbors. She was Not An Empire. She was one of the ladies at the back. Not always the guy was the lines people. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah and she was made a royal box and took a nice picture of all over the press. All over. The newspapers of is really hot that year as well. And that's unusual for you. Kevin Ashes not anymore but NAM Thai. Yeah so I us. Authorities morning gains. Who Work in. Its lack of volunteer typing. But anyway she's Yeah. She's a black lady as well But she's site is a bit younger than me. Actually so she told me about how she was. All over the world doing it but Yeah now I can see. The Umpire side is not a representation because although so soclean line the lines on the line people who basically they're calling balls in around whether it's less it. Yeah Yeah So. She's one of those. I've never seen an empire so that's quite interesting. We're coming up top it your expertise award winning journalist. Sahni before we go into. The book started out as a sports writer for daily newspapers. I thought I would do that for my entire career but the business change something. More craigslist came along basically took away a lot of the revenue that newspapers relying on the auto craigslist craigslist came along. Well yeah that doesn't really went to the way the revenue from a lot of newspapers. The United States. I'm the Friday newspaper and the Sunday newspapers or very thick with automobile ads. But Yeah we took a lot of that away from the Internet all the yes their own website. They didn't destroy the newspapers anymore. Yeah he'll jobs. Fell by the wayside a celebration and I really took the hand. It was time to move on from newspapers and do more writing from for myself so yeah I didn't start writing my my. I focused on two thousand four robe what I was thinking. I'd spend my whole career in newspapers. Maybe become sports editor of a paper. One day but priorities changed. Yeah Yeah did you ever meet me? Yes S. A. Williams sisters by the way. Yes I have an his what Baltim- put up for this book. They were mainly group interviews at the two thousand eighteen. Us Open but prior to that chance to speak with both of them. I spoke with their father Richard Williams. Yeah I'm actually as well in walking around the grounds in that women do that especially when his doors are playing he gets so nervous. He prefers to take a walk around. And then we'll get a nice walk with him talking with them. Playing only Haymond was French. Guy Who is does the dance at my wife. Still Plan. He's still playing well. Yon Ignored not playing now. No job at Sanga Sanga. Yes hunk too so on the grounds and Sloan. Sloan statements as well sort of warm up warm period sitter. Good luck when she made a breakthrough. It twenty is also She said yes. Thank you at Soham. That's my claim to fame but obviously your journalists. You actually got to speak to the Williams sisters. That's I really enjoyed. I enjoy doing that. Enjoyed covering the sport and Basically with US Corona virus pandemic tennis. Shut down everything has been shut down. Well who having the tournaments come back and I just have a feeling day Wimbledon. I think we'll be canceled this year. That hasn't happened since nineteen forty five so close and it's getting really bad in the UK. Now they said he hasn't even starting to peak now with the corona virus so our donor. I mean they're ready now today. There's talking about self is a really big sport in the UK and in the Caribbean as well but The now talking about where we coca cola really see this This is gonNA finish in January. We can't see it now going on straight away because they can see the seriousness of what's going on the same in New York. I don't think there's going to be a lot stuff going on his radio I don't believe so maybe flushing meadows. Might might I don't know if they will because it's one of these deals where there's a certain pecking order. The French Open is already moved. Semi Timber Yeah Yeah the US Open and they did so us open so the US Open probably would have to move behind. The French opened because it always comes after French. Open heels the US Open's played on hardcourt. You can pretty much do that anytime although the cold weather would be. A factor is played on clay. You can do that pretty much anytime. Linden on the grass is always a summer tournament if you're moving on the problem to the surface and it becomes really cold. Yeah Yeah even at the roof the roof it was still it was still cold. Yeah repealing London myself on the code. It does get you indoors. I really really weird thing for sport. Send them as I told you I used to be attractive. Field International Auto Show ran for Simpson the Grenadines. Actually in the Comoro Gainst. I was semi but someone about athletes training. Peaking and it's not tennis is a bit like footwear. You'RE GONNA get short space of during your conditioning. Were soul year round whereas in athletics track and field and some other seasonal sports which summer sports you got whole time to condition and you can really pick and get the out of you so. I don't know what's going to happen with tennis. Because people will be on even rusty on when they think the big one of the it could be a potential advantage of someone like Roger Federer who has been out after knee surgery and he was back. Yeah exactly you just before Wimbledon Lang. Because he's re rehabbing but the other ask you say absolutely right you know went to peak or I'm GonNa take this Legal Olympia up and then go back hard training now. They don't know exactly when the season will resume exactly the same pudding. Some will handle that a lot better than others but the thing is with not the Williams sisters and also the new. The new kid on the block Cocoa Golf John. Billy get them through irrespective. I'll say it enough legs I've seen in track and field. 'cause I've been around the star so you know I can relate to that and other sports and you know the ones that will just come out in the same boat you just give him a little time to get back to make a comeback if he wants to be there I think maybe but anyway any say in his prime he could always come deliver. And that's what the Williams sisters ally. So let's get you book destroyed. So you got down to Ryan that after you other free books because you wrote a similar book before on. Tennyson came out in two thousand seven charging the net a and that day thirteen years ago. And since then Serena has gone from being a very talented player who should have won more titles earlier in your career to hike will now like three major titles more than any other player in the open era since nineteen sixty eight and a Venus is also a tennis legend. Combine the thirty major titles. And when you look at three in his career of a most major titles in singles the Athlete female athletes in the world and and I truly iconic athletes on a par with Muhammad Ali. Michael Jordan's she's sphere so another look at tennis because of a cultural impact of lifters. Who have influenced so many young women especially young mainly young women to get off. That wasn't even on their radar. Invest Right exactly well. It was kind of on the right because we people kind of forgotten the forgotten hero of And they now Yes when my Alpha Alpha Gibson? Yeah now that that's where it really started wasn't it really? I think birth me black major tennis champion but it was an amateur sport then so his name is yeah she won Wimbledon two years in a row. Yes in the nineteen fifty seven the Queen Elizabeth Senator with a A Trophy yes. She wanted the. Us nationals twice. The French nationals. Wants the five major singles titles six major doubles titles but it was an amateur sport making money and she say black woman. She wasn't getting the opportunities for endorsements right white stars. We're getting at the time and no-one reach out to her and say hey become a tennis pro at our resort. Our Country Club. And we'll pay you and subsidize your tennis. Nobody gave her that opportunity. So what a lot of people don't remember out the gifts and so I write about her extensively in the book and people can laugh out all the challenges. She faced a woman who was talented enough. Dave to integrate to sports made a Senate and women's golf offer the LPGA. Yeah I'm playing golf nine away as always in the Philippines. So Evergreen Sunny say not as good as just one of those retirement sports. Now that's right. So they raise wash went to go is probably because the opportunity is in at that time and some races in. Ramaz is quoted racism in sport now in in other ways because we know that the challenges came during the civil rights movement during the sixties. So on our about Tommy Steele what sixty impacts I still icon ick salute. You know at the Game Danny so we know what a state of racism in sport was like around times and we know that the the the state society was.

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"new york westchester county" Discussed on WTOP

"I'm Bruce Allen teddy Gelman is the theater's desk coming up we have learned about more local cases of corona virus the coronavirus test to the test will there be enough I'm Mitchell Miller today on the hill Joe Biden's advances lead for the democratic presidential nomination nation with some big wins yesterday it's eight thirty one new cases of corona virus have been confirmed in this area including in life case in Maryland and a case in Loudon county meantime public schools and universities are changing and sharing their plans some schools have canceled classes in a moving toward remote learning others haven't yet canceled courses but are closely monitoring news and await guidance from state health officials we have a full list of some of the schedule changes for public schools colleges and universities at WTOP dot com well another church is putting its congregation on alerts recent visitors to Emmanuel chapel in Alexandria are now being asked to monitor themselves for coronavirus DC resident who now has a confirmed case of corona virus recently spent time at the Emmanuel chapel at the Virginia theological seminary the Alexandria health department says if you were also a visitor between February twenty sixth and March fourth you may have been exposed to the virus the department recommends that you monitor yourself for symptoms for fourteen days since your last visit that includes taking your temperature twice a day if you do develop symptoms you should isolate yourself from others and call the Alexandria health department Michelle Basch WTOP news that even as a growing number of Americans are getting tested for corona virus test kits remain in short supply as we hear from WTOP's Mitchell Miller now today on the hill Maryland can carry out about a hundred tests in a day at its state lab and has request for a lot more test kits from the CDC still Republican senator Roy blunt of Missouri notes that tests are now available in every state and private sector test are also coming to the forefront quickly but some say not quickly enough Maryland democratic senator Chris van Hollen says his state is looking at various ways to safely get more people tested he notes that South Korea which is conducted tens of thousands of tasks as drive through testing in terms of their ability to administer lots of tests quickly they've been a model on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news CDC says four million additional test kits will be available by the end of this week health and Human Services secretary I Alexei's aren't here this morning on CBS this morning we have sent out over one point one million tests we have another two million tasks that are either being shipped or are waiting to be ordered so we have a surplus of testing capacity in the United States right now he's our says any doctor who wants to order a test is able to Dr Anthony Fauci director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases tells WTOP there's some confusion over how you can be tested go to a physician a physician makes the judgment as to whether or not you need to test based on your presentation the history and all other things particularly some of the large universities you know in our own area places like Hopkins and others and and G. W. N. and other of the institutions where you have a a Medical Center and now the soon the doctor's offices will be able to get you a sample sent out to a commercial firm there are currently more than a thousand confirmed cases in the US and more than fifteen percent of those appear to be in new York's Westchester county yesterday governor Cuomo declared a two week ban on all large gatherings in the area where thousands of people live and work effectively shutting down its schools houses of worship and athletic clubs we're also going to use the National Guard in the containment area to deliver food to help with the cleaning of public spaces no one is prohibited from entering or leaving the area this does not affect individual homeowners this woman who lives in the containment zone some people are going to.

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"Dot com slash R. X. evenings for details and treat yourself well at CVS our next couple traffic at ten fifty four and let's update that forecast E. como eco roof forecast mostly sunny with a high around fifty today and we'll have sunshine tomorrow cloudy in the a chance of rain on Wednesday Thursday mostly sunny then we go back to rain Friday and heading into the weekend right now downtown Seattle but some of fog but it looks like we've also got a little more sunshine peeking through finally thirty four degrees now stay connected stay informed komo news powered by terra firma foundation systems bill o'neill at the editor's desk on time alerts or tracking stocks went into a deep slide today on Wall Street as the coronavirus fears and a crash in oil prices spread alarm through the market triggering the first automatic trading halts in over two decades a cruise ship held off Florida's coast well two crew members were tested for the new coronavirus has docked at a port the regal princess was two a doctor yesterday morning in port Everglades but pulled into port around ten PM princess cruises said the test results came back negative two staffers had transferred weeks ago for the ship grand princes in California where nearly two dozen aboard tested positive for the virus and the corona virus continues to spread in at New York City hi Deena Garbus the wife of Lawrence Garber's the second attorney for new York's Westchester county speaking out saying her husband who is hospitalized after contracting covert nineteen remains critical but says she is very hopeful of his full recovery I do you know who along with two of the couple's children has tested positive for the virus writing in a statement when I first heard that Lawrence was positive I immediately recognize there is going to be pandemonium all around us adding no one else in my family has been sick other than a slight cough adidas says she believes her fifty year old husband was run down and susceptible to the illness he acquired and says that as soon as she found out about his diagnosis.

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"Seven partly sunny skies I'm Deborah Valentine now what's turning on seventy seven W. A. B. C. Inc WABC radio dot com chase this morning happened in Jersey city New Jersey three heard here after a yellow taxi and an S. U. V. collided it flipped the S. U. V. and the taxi cab at Mandel does happen on Kennedy Boulevard and investigation is on going a murder suicide it happen in Pleasantville New York Westchester county for dead including two children and an investigation still ongoing there with police not yet releasing the identity of the victims well what's called god awful ugly by former New Jersey governor Chris Christie that indoor ski and snowboarding slow but the American dream opened yesterday in east Rutherford New Jersey the inaugural run by Olympian Lindsey Vonn it's open from ten AM to ten PM seven days a week right now it down futures up fifty six W. A. B. C. news Sunday thirty three times Joe Nolan with W. A. B. C. traffic and transit god awful ugly east bell if the log out expressway tractor trailer but it fired right at exit forty six still there still be cleared with his bat rubbernecking at route one Ted so this thing is still there it's still smoldering still off on the side of the roadway and it's going to be awhile before they get that out of the way no I got another major incident this one up in Ramsey New Jersey both ways route seventeen close between their mock road in Franklin turnpike the car went off the roadway do we utility pole down wires there as a result you are just slammed on seventeen in both directions it is gridlock alert day an alternate side again today is in effect I'm Joe Oliver the traffic center on talk radio seventy seven W. A. B. C. W. ABC news I made thirty three take a look at sports here giants in action Monday at the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday the jets are hosting the Miami Dolphins now your forecast from the Ramsey monster weather center unexpected give way to clouds today turning mostly cloudy the highs forty seventh.

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02:35 min | 2 years ago

"new york westchester county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Edibles online though I did as it experiment no police raids you can also go to a pawn shop and buy pot edibles not CBT though more Q. Sacco Braintree is sponsoring the bill the legislation has over two dozen sponsors right now in north Andover Karen regal WBZ Boston's newsradio we've all seen it over the years over high trucks smacking into a bridge on sterile drive will Carl Stevens tells us there's some new technology designed to address the problem they're trying it out in New York Westchester county could this work on store drive in New York Westchester county executive George Latimer says they've got new technology on a section of the Hutchinson river parkway it's a beam of light across the road that's triggered by vehicles of a certain height and when that happens signs flash along the road hello Bridget had exit exit now. or something to that nature he says it's made a big difference but here's what he'd really like to see the ideal solution is for all GPS to attack information about bridge clearances in their system but they don't and that's why you see U. haul drivers follow the GPS system right under store Dr Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's news radio we even made a verb out of it right starring. right now let's see where the problems are bridges and the like with the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes might what can you see in your camera well we're looking at big delays getting out of the city here laureates ninety three north a lot worse than usual crawling from the second bridge all the way up into Wilmington from an earlier crash by route sixty two they had the two left lanes clothes for quite a while the only ins are open there this is the leftover back up elsewhere route three is jammed one twenty eight up to Concord road and more stopping go up after four ninety five route one delays route sixty up into Lindfield one twenty eight north slow going route twenty up towards for two twenty five again for me three up to ninety three south bound the usual delay is coming down to Lexington in Waltham let's see how things are downtown over the city is the mall for insurance copter. lower deck of ninety three cell phones not bad for the sake of bridge lever connector is locked up in both directions story drive is tied up for mass out about bono the Tobin bridge that's busy and to add both sides of the Ted Williams tunnel are full and these bodily continues on to route one day pass the airport David so my friend George copyright the expressway south inching along from the tunnel down towards the gas tank in your back in it shortly after granted have miking WBZ's traffic on the threes all right thank you both the forecast for tonight clouding up with showers towards dawn Wednesday really feeling uncomfortably hot again back to the dog.

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11:15 min | 3 years ago

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"You're listening to NPR news. The top American on boy on Afghanistan says negotiators for the United States and Taliban. Insurgents have reached agreement in principle on key issues for peace deal to end seventeen years of more Zalmay Khalilzad wants the Taliban to enter into direct talks with the Afghan government. Pope Francis is ruling out the idea uplifting. The celibacy rule for Roman Catholic priests. But the pontiff says he is open to further study of ordaining older married men in areas where there's a growing shortage of clergy NPR, Sylvia. Pohjola reports on Francis remarks to journalists on the flight home from Panama. Pope Francis said he doesn't agree with the idea of optional celibacy am I closed minded he asked perhaps. But I don't feel that I can make this decision before God. However, he said the alleged could study the idea of ordaining older married man of good character in places where priests are scares celibacy is not part of church doctrine and began to be enforced in the twelfth. Century. Some critics say enforced celibacy could be linked to cases of sexual misconduct by priests asked about next month highly anticipated Vatican summit on the global sex abuse crisis. The pope said we have to deflate expectations because the problem of abuse will continue because it is a human problem, and it is everywhere, Sylvia. Poggioli NPR news Rome rescue workers are still searching for modern debris in southeastern Brazil, nearly four days after the collapse of a dam that held back ways from an iron ore mine. Hundreds of people are missing from the disaster, which has killed at least sixty people. I'm Shay Stevens. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Hugh charitable trusts, celebrating seventy years of serving the public. Learn more at Hugh trusts dot org slash seventy and the Kresge foundation. Ed, Kresge dot org. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Ari Shapiro. Audie. Cornish. Federal employees are back to work today. Now that the longest government shutdown in US history is over but this return to normal could be temporary. Members of congress have just three weeks to strike a deal on border security risk another shutdown NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson joins us now to talk about. What comes next mar welcomed in studio? Glad to be here. Audie. So next steps. What's supposed to happen on Capitol Hill? What happens is that conferees from both parties both houses of congress meet for the first time on Wednesday. Democrats have not specifically ruled out spending any money for border barriers. They don't want the president's wall. But they are open to other kinds of barriers Donald Trump gave an interview to the Wall Street Journal where he was a little bit pessimistic. He put the odds of getting a deal that was acceptable to him at less than fifty fifty. And he is continuing to talk about getting his wall done one way or another. Meaning that if he doesn't like the deal congress comes up with he. Could declare a national emergency and spend unable gated Pentagon funds zone to build a wall. And then you had White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, she was asked about the prospect of a repeat shutdown today. Here's what she said. The president doesn't want to go through another shutdown. That's not the goal. The goal is worse. Security and protecting the American people that being said, the president did tell the Wall Street Journal that shutting down the government remains an option, but everyone I've talked to on both sides of the aisle thinks that another shutdown is not likely given the financial and political costs of the one. We just went through. It's hard to imagine. The president would say sure, let's go back to long lines at airports. No IRS checks federal workers at foodbanks more likely, according to most of the people I've talked to is if congress can't come up with a deal acceptable to him then he would declare national emergency and the stakes are high. Right. I mean, we now know more about the political and financial costs. What do we learn what we learned is that the Congressional Budget Office has calculated what? Thinks the shutdown cost. This is C director Keith hall. There is a permanent loss. However. Right. You lose the government output for five weeks. That's never made up us. We think on net. We're still going to be about three billion dollars short on GDP. So what hall is saying is that according to his projections, the shutdown cost the country eleven billion dollars over the first two quarters of this fiscal year. But eight billion dollars of that can be replenished now White House economic adviser Larry cudlow disagrees with the CBS findings. He says in a twenty two twenty trillion dollar economy. The shutdown will not cause permanent damage, it's a very very tiny fraction. Now, what about the political costs? I mean at this point how much damage was done to the president politically. Well, he definitely took a hit not just because he didn't get the wall because he still might and because for many immigration restriction, est. Wall isn't even their top priority. But Republicans who are disappointed in the president. Or disappointed because he went into this macho standoff and lost to Madam speaker. And he looked incompetent it looked like he didn't have a strategy. But most Republicans I've talked to say, although he's has been heard in the short run his approval ratings have gone down in the long run. If he can still show his base that he's fighting for the wall, he can come out of this. This is still very early in the twenty twenty cycle, and we have seen in the past shutdowns political effects can evaporate and twenty thirteen Republicans shut down the government took a huge hit. And then that story was completely forgotten when the ObamaCare website debuted and crashed. So that I guess the best thing for the president. Is that this happened very early in this year? That's NPR's Mara Liasson. Mara, thanks for your reporting. Thank you, Donald Trump has built his presidency on attacking undocumented immigrants at the same time. His properties have often relied on the labor of people who are not in the country legally. After newspapers began reporting on this contradiction. Trump properties started firing those workers the Washington Post says just ten days ago. The Trump National Golf Club in New York's Westchester county fired around a dozen people who'd worked there for years victory. Morales tells a similar story she spent five years as a housekeeper at another Trump golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey. She's not been back to work since the New York Times reported her claims last month, I spoke with her earlier today and Morales told me that when she worked at the Bedminster club. A supervisor knew she was undocumented says this seven you're not any publiz e-inclusive is too bad. We saw me mohawk in laundry. They knew that I didn't have documents. And the supervisor George took my ID photo in the laundry room and a cousin of his took me to a place to get fake documents. He told me that I had to pay for them. And I said sorry, but I don't have money to pay for that. He told me not to worry about it that he would cover it, and I could pay it back. Her lawyer Anibal Romero represents a group of employees from at least two of Trump's golf clubs. I asked him whether he believes that all of Trump's properties rely so heavily on undocumented workers. When Victorino morale is came to my office in October. She said to me that there were many many workers at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster who are undocumented and many of them shared similar stories that they were recruited that they were coerced into doing work. They didn't want to do that they were threatened with deportation. And after Victorino's story came out. I started receiving anonymous calls from people who claim they have worked for Donald Trump who told me very similar stories that management knew that they weren't legal that they were not they did not have health benefits. They didn't have pension plans that were offered to other people that there was a two tiered system the documented workers and the undocumented workers, President Trump's son. Eric who helps run the day-to-day operations of the business gave a statement to the Washington Post where he said we're making a broad effort to identify any employee who has given false and fraudulent documents who unlawfully gain employment where identified any individual will be terminated immediately. What's wrong with that? The workers are the victims the employers recruited them. Brought them into the organization told them to go purchase fraudulent documents. It is not illegal to work in the United States. But it is illegal when you knowingly hire undocumented immigrants, it's actually a federal crime. A very serious federal crimes that is why we are asking for a complete and thorough investigation. If homeland security where to conduct an investigation and look at business records, I am certain they will find that. There has been document fraud tax fraud social security fraud health insurance fraud, you're talking about the kind of crackdown. Homeland security has done on poultry processing plants or convenience stores or other businesses you'd like to see that kind of an inspection of Trump properties. I think homeland security needs to investigate this to determine who knew what when did they find out, and why wasn't anything done and just to be clear. I've already been in contact with. With the FBI, and I've been in contact with New Jersey attorney general's office and New York state authorities because I believe my clients are victims there undocumented immigrants all throughout the US labor force. And this is more noteworthy because it is a Trump property. But isn't what you're describing just a larger symptom of the problem with the US immigration system that has to do with a lot more than just one President Donald Trump. Correct. And look at the end of the day, we all know, they're here eleven million undocumented immigrants. Good people decent people. They're working. I think it's time for congress to sit down Democrats and Republicans and find a real solution, and it's virtually impossible to remove eleven million people. So this debate is actually laughable most of these people want social security numbers. They want a work permit. So that it can contribute to the social security administration. They want to contribute to the IRS. I think it's time that. Congress sits down and finds a real solution to this problem that was Anibal Romero and Victorino Morales. They were in town to meet with lawmakers, and we reached out to the Trump organization corporate offices for comment on this story as of now we've not heard back from them. Mm-hmm. An.

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03:24 min | 3 years ago

"new york westchester county" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So the I guess the best thing for the president. Is that this happened very early in this year? That's NPR's Mara Liasson. Mara, thanks for your reporting. Thank you. Donald Trump has built his presidency on attacking undocumented immigrants at the same time. His properties have often relied on the labor of people. Who are not in the country legally after newspapers began reporting on this contradiction. Trump properties started firing those workers the Washington Post says just ten days ago. The Trump National Golf Club in New York's Westchester county fired around a dozen people who'd worked there for years Victorino. Morales tells a similar story she spent five years as a housekeeper at another Trump golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey. She's not been back to work since the New York Times reported her claims last month, I spoke with her earlier today and Morales told me that when she worked at the Bedminster club. A supervisor knew she was undocumented A O says this seven, okay, you're not any e include is to bed. We saw them in mohawk. Laundry. They knew that I didn't have documents. And the supervisor George took my ID photo in the laundry room and a cousin of his took me to a place to get fake documents. He told me that I had to pay for them. And I said sorry, but I don't have money to pay for that. He told me not to worry about it that he would cover it, and I could pay it back. Her lawyer Anibal Romero represents a group of employees from at least two of Trump's golf clubs. I asked him whether he believes that all of Trump's properties rely so heavily on undocumented workers. When Victorino morale is came to my office in October. She said to me that there are many many workers at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster who are undocumented and many of them shared similar stories that they were recruited that they were coerced into doing work. They didn't want to do that they were threatened with deportation. And after Victorino's story came out. I started receiving anonymous calls from people who claim they have worked for Donald Trump who told me very similar stories that, you know, management knew that they weren't legal that they were not they did not have health benefits. They didn't have pension plans that were offered to other people that there was a two tiered system documented workers and the undocumented workers, President Trump's son Eric who helps run the day to day operations of the business gave a statement to the Washington Post where he said we're making a broad effort to identify any employee who has given false and fraudulent documents who unlawfully gain employment. Right. Any individual will be terminated immediately. What's wrong with that? The workers are the victims the employers recruited them. Brought them into the organization told them to go purchase fraudulent documents. It is not illegal to work in the United States. But it is illegal when you knowingly hire undocumented immigrants, it's actually a federal crime a very serious federal crime. That is why we are asking for a complete and thorough investigation. If homeland security where to conduct an investigation and look at business records, I am certain they will find that. There has been document fraud tax fraud social security fraud health insurance fraud, you're talking about the kind of crackdown. Homeland security has done on poultry processing plants.

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KCRW

07:11 min | 3 years ago

"new york westchester county" Discussed on KCRW

"Loss. However. Right. You lose the government output for five weeks. That's never made up us. We thank on net. We're still going to be about three billion dollars short on GDP. So what hall is saying is that according to his projections, the shutdown cost the country eleven billion dollars over the first two quarters of this fiscal year. But eight billion dollars of that can be replenished now White House economic adviser Larry cudlow disagrees with the CBS findings. He says in a twenty to twenty trillion dollar economy. The shutdown will not cause permanent damage, it's a very very tiny fraction. Now, what about the political costs? I mean at this point how much damage was done to the president politically. Well, he definitely took a hit not just because he didn't get the wall because he still might and because for many immigration restriction ests, the wall isn't even their top priority, but Republican. Who are disappointed in the president are disappointed because he went into this macho standoff and lost to Madam speaker. And he looked incompetent it looked like he didn't have a strategy. But most Republicans I've talked to say, although he's has been hurt in the short run his approval ratings have gone down in the long run. If he can still show his base that he's fighting for the wall, he can come out of this. This is still very early in the twenty twenty cycle, and we have seen in the past shutdowns political effects can evaporate and twenty thirteen. The Republicans shut down the government took a huge hit. And then that story was completely forgotten when the ObamaCare website debuted and crashed. So I guess the best thing for the president. Is that this happened very early in this year? That's NPR's Mara Liasson. Mara, thanks for your reporting. Thank you. Donald Trump has built his presidency on attacking undocumented immigrants at the same time. His properties have often relied on the labor. Of people who are not in the country legally after newspapers began reporting on this contradiction. Trump properties started firing those workers the Washington Post says just ten days ago. The Trump National Golf Club in New York's Westchester county fired around a dozen people who'd worked there for years Victorino. Morales tells a similar story she spent five years as a housekeeper at another Trump golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey. She's not been back to work since the New York Times reported her claims last month, I spoke with her earlier today and Morales told me that when she worked at the Bedminster club. A supervisor knew she was undocumented says this savvy Inca, you're not any e inclusive and stupid. We saw Mojo. What do I in laundry? They knew that I didn't have documents. And the supervisor George took my ID photo in the laundry room and a cousin of his took me to a place to get fake documents. He told me that I had to pay for them. And I said sorry, but I don't have money to pay for that. He told me not to worry about it that he would cover it, and I could pay it back. Her lawyer Anibal Romero represents a group of employees from at least two of Trump's golf clubs. I asked him whether he believes that all of Trump's properties rely so heavily on undocumented workers when Victorino Morales came to my office in October. She said to me that there were many many workers at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster who are undocumented and many of them shared similar stories that they were recruited that they were coerced into doing work. They didn't want to do that they were threatened with deportation. And after Victorino's story came out. I started receiving anonymous calls from people who claim they have worked. For Donald Trump who told me very similar stories that you know management knew that they weren't legal that they were not they did not have health benefits. They didn't have pension plans that were offered to other people that there was a two tiered system the documented workers and the undocumented workers, President Trump's son, Eric who helps run the day-to-day operations of the business gave a statement to the Washington Post where he said we're making a broad effort to identify any employee who has given false and fraudulent documents to unlawfully gain employment where identified any individual will be terminated immediately. What's wrong with that? The workers are the victims the employers recruited them brought them into the organization told them to go purchase fraudulent documents. It is not illegal to work in the United States. But it is illegal when you knowingly hire undocumented immigrants, it's actually a federal crime a. Very serious federal crime. That is why we are asking for a complete and thorough investigation. If homeland security where to conduct an investigation and look at business records, I am certain they will find that. There has been document fraud. Tax fraud. Social security fraud health insurance fraud, you're talking about the kind of crackdown. Homeland security has done on poultry processing plants or convenience stores or other businesses you'd like to see that kind of an inspection of Trump properties. I think homeland security needs to investigate this to determine who knew what when did they find out, and why wasn't anything done and just to be clear. I've already been in contact with the FBI, and I've been in contact with New Jersey attorney general's office and New York state authorities because I believe my clients are victims there undocumented immigrants all throughout the US labor force. And this is more noteworthy because it is a Trump property, but isn't what you're describing just a larger symptom of the problem with the US immigration system that has to do with a lot more than just one President Donald Trump. Correct. And look at the end of the day, we all know they're here. Eleven million undocumented immigrants could people decent people. They're working. I think it's time for congress to sit down Democrats and Republicans and find the real solution, and it's virtually impossible to remove eleven million people. So this debate is actually laughable most of these people want social security numbers. They want a work permit. So that it can contribute to the social security administration. They want to contribute to the IRS. I think it's time that congress sits down and finds a real solution to this problem that was Anibal Romero and Victorino Morales. They were in town to meet with lawmakers, and we reached out to the Trump organization's corporate offices for comment on this story as of now we've not heard back from them. Mm-hmm. An unusually large outbreak of measles raising alarm across the Pacific northwest officials in Washington state have even declared a public health emergency is NPR's Patty named reports. So far thirty five cases of measles have been confirmed in Washington state alone, mostly among children under ten Washington state epidemiologist. Dr Scott Linquist says this is likely only the beginning since many of the families with sick kids traveled to very public places lake Cosco or a Kia or the airport Dory professional.

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"Four oh six. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Ari Shapiro. Audie. Cornish. Federal employees are back to work today. Now that the longest government shutdown in US history is over but this return to normal could be temporary. Members of congress have just three weeks to strike a deal on border security or risk another shutdown and national political correspondent Mara Liasson joins us now to talk about what comes next mar welcome to studio. Glad to be here already. So next steps what's supposed to happen on Capitol Hill, but happens is that conferees from both parties both houses of congress meet for the first time on Wednesday. Democrats have not specifically ruled out spending any money for border barriers. They don't want the president's wall. But they are open to other kinds of barriers Donald Trump gave an interview to the Wall Street Journal where he was a little bit pessimistic. He put the odds at getting a deal that was acceptable to him at less than fifty fifty. And he is continuing to talk about getting his wall done one way or another. Meaning that if he doesn't. Like the deal. Congress comes up with he could declare a national emergency and spend unabated gated Pentagon funds. Right sound to build a wall? And then you had White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, she was asked about the prospect of a repeat shutdown today. Here's what she said. The president doesn't want to go through another shutdown. That's not the goal. The goal is worse. Security and protecting the American people that being said, the president did tell the Wall Street Journal is that shutting down the government remains an option, but everyone I've talked to on both sides of the aisle thinks that another shutdown is not likely given the financial and political costs of the one. We just went through. It's hard to imagine. The president would say sure, let's go back to long lines at airports now IRS checks federal workers at foodbanks more likely, according to most of the people I've talked to is if congress can't come up with a deal acceptable to him then he would declare a national emergency and the stakes are high. Right. I mean, we now know more about the political and financial costs. What do we learn what we learned is that the Congressional Budget Office? Has calculated what it thinks the shutdown cost. This is CBO director Keith hall. There is a permanent loss. However. Right. You lose the government output for five weeks. That's never made up us. We think on net. We're still going to be about three billion dollars short on GDP. So what hall is saying is that according to his projections to shutdown cost the country eleven billion dollars over the first two quarters of this fiscal year. But eight billion dollars of that can be replenished now White House economic adviser Larry cudlow disagrees with the CBS findings. He says in a twenty to twenty trillion dollar economy. The shutdown will not cause permanent damage, it's a very very tiny fraction. Now, what about the political costs? I mean at this point how much damage was done to the president politically. Well, he definitely took a hit not just because he didn't get the wall because he still might and because for many immigration restrictions. The wall isn't even their top priority. But Republicans who. Who are disappointed in the president or disappointed because he went into this macho standoff and lost to Madam speaker. And he looked incompetent it looked like he didn't have a strategy. But most Republicans I've talked to say, although he's has been heard in the short run his approval ratings have gone down in the long run. If he can still show his base that he's fighting for the wall, he can come out of this. This is still very early in the twenty twenty cycle, and we have seen in the past shutdowns political effects can evaporate in two thousand thirteen the Republicans shut down the government took a huge hit. And then that story was completely forgotten when the ObamaCare website debuted and crashed. So I guess the best thing for the president. Is that this happened very early in this year? That's NPR's Mara Liasson. Mara, thanks for your reporting. Thank you. Donald Trump has built his presidency on attacking undocumented immigrants at the same time. His properties have often relied on the labor of people. Who are not in the country legally after newspapers began reporting on this contradiction. Trump properties started firing those workers the Washington Post says just ten days ago. The Trump National Golf Club in New York's Westchester county fired around a dozen people who'd worked there for years Victorino. Morales tells a similar story she spent five years as a housekeeper at another Trump golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey. She's not been back to work since the New York Times reported her claims last month, I spoke with her earlier today and Morales told me that when she worked at the Bedminster club. A supervisor knew she was undocumented A O says this savvy Inca, you're not any e inclusive and stupid. We saw me mohawk in laundry. They knew that I didn't have documents. And the supervisor George took my ID photo in the laundry room and a cousin of his took me to a place to get fake documents told me that I had to pay for them. And I said sorry, but I don't have money to pay for that. He told me not to worry about it that he would cover it, and I could pay it back. Her lawyer Anibal Romero represents a group of employees. At least two of Trump's golf clubs. I asked him whether he believes that all of Trump's properties rely so heavily on undocumented workers when Victorino Morales came to my office in October. She said to me that there were many many workers at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster who are undocumented and many of them shared similar stories that they were recruited that they were coerced into doing work. They didn't want to do that they were threatened with deportation. And after Victorino's story came out. I started receiving anonymous calls from people who claim they have worked for Donald Trump who told me very similar stories that, you know, management knew that they weren't legal that they were not the they did not have health benefits. They didn't have pension plans that were offered to other people that there was a two tiered system the documented workers and the undocumented. Workers President Trump's son Eric who helps run the day-to-day operations of the business gave a statement to the Washington Post where he said we're making a broad effort to identify any employee who has given false and fraudulent documents to unlawfully gain employment where identified any individual will be terminated immediately. What's wrong with that? The workers are the victims the employers recruited them brought them into the organization told them to go purchase fraudulent documents. It is not illegal to work in the United States. But it is illegal when you knowingly hire undocumented immigrants, it's actually a federal crime a very serious federal crime. That is why we are asking for a complete and thorough investigation. If homeland security where to conduct an investigation and look at business records, I am certain they will find that. There has been document fraud. Tax fraud. Social security fraud health insurance fraud, you're talking about the kind of crackdown. Homeland security has done on poultry processing plants or convenience stores or other businesses you'd like to see that kind of an inspection of Trump properties. I think homeland security needs to investigate this to determine who knew what when did they find out, and why wasn't anything done and just to be clear. I've already been in contact with the FBI, and I've been in contact with New Jersey attorney general's office and New York state authorities because I believe my clients are victims there undocumented immigrants all throughout the US labor force. And this is more noteworthy because it is a Trump property. But isn't what you're describing just a larger symptom of the problem with the US immigration system that has to do with a lot more than just one President Donald Trump. Correct. And look at the end of the day, we all know, they're here eleven million undocumented immigrants. Good people decent people. They're working. I think it's time for congress to sit down Democrats and Republicans and find the real solution, and it's virtually impossible to remove eleven million people. So this debate is actually laughable most of these people want social security numbers. They want a work permit. So they can contribute to the social security administration. They want to contribute to the IRS. I think it's time that congress sits down and finds a real solution to this problem that was Anibal Romero and Victorino Morales. They were in town to meet with lawmakers, and we reached out to the Trump organization's corporate offices for comment on this story as of now we've not heard back from them..

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"This is all things considered Ari. Shapiro. Audie Cornish that Arlen police are back to work today. Now that the longest government shutdown in US history is over but this return to normal could be temporary. Members of congress have just three weeks to strike a deal on border security or risk another shutdown NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson joins us now to talk about. What comes next mar welcome to studio. Glad to be here. Audie. So next steps what's supposed to happen on Capitol Hill. What happens is that conferees from both parties both houses of congress meet for the first time on Wednesday. Democrats have not specifically ruled out spending any money for border barriers. They don't want the president's wall. But they are open to other. Kinds of barriers Donald Trump gave an interview to the Wall Street Journal where he was a little bit pessimistic. He put the odds of getting a deal that was acceptable to him at less than fifty fifty. And he is continuing to talk about getting his wall done one way or another. Meaning that if he doesn't like the deal congress comes up with he could declare a national emergency and spend unable gated Pentagon funds to build a wall. And then you had White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, she was asked about the prospect of a repeat shutdown today. Here's what she said. The president doesn't want to go through another shutdown. That's not the goal goal is worse. Security and protecting the American people that being said, the president did tell the Wall Street Journal shutting down the government remains an option, but everyone I've talked to on both sides of the aisle thinks that another shutdown not likely given the financial and political costs of the one. We just went through. It's hard to imagine. The president would say sure, let's go back to long lines at airports. No IRS checks federal workers at food banks. More likely, according to most of the people, I've talked to is if congress can't come up with a deal acceptable to him, then he would declare a national emergency and the stakes are high. Right. I mean, we now know more about the political and financial costs. What do we what we learned is that the Congressional Budget Office has calculated what it thinks the shutdown cost the CBO director Keith hall. There is a permanent loss. However. Right. You lose the government output for five weeks. That's never made up us. We think on net. We're still going to be about three billion dollars short on GDP. What hall is saying is that according to his projections, the shutdown cost the country eleven billion dollars over the first two quarters of twenty nine thousand nine eight billion of that can be replenished now White House economic adviser Larry cudlow disagrees with the CBS findings. He says in a twenty two twenty trillion dollar economy. The shutdown will not cause permanent damage, it's a very very tiny fraction. Now, what about the political costs? I mean at this point how much damage was done to the president politically. Well, he definitely took a hit not just because he didn't get the wall because he's still might and because for many immigration restrictions. The wall isn't even their top priority, but Republicans who are disappointed in the president or disappointed because he went into this macho standoff and lost to Madam speaker. And he looked incompetent it looked like he didn't have a strategy. But most Republicans I've talked to say, although he's has been hurt in the short run his approval ratings have gone down in the long run. If he can still show his base that he's fighting for the wall, he can come out of this. This is still very early in the twenty twenty cycle, and we have seen in the past shutdowns political effects can evaporate in two thousand thirteen the Republicans shut down the government took a huge hit. And then that story was completely forgotten when the ObamaCare website debuted and crashed. So I guess. The best thing for the president. Is that this happened very early in this year? That's NPR's Mara Liasson. Mara, thanks for your reporting. Thank you. Donald Trump has built his presidency on attacking undocumented immigrants at the same time his properties have relied on the labor of people who are not in the country legally after newspapers began reporting on this contradiction. Trump properties started firing those workers, the Washington Post says just ten days ago that Trump National Golf Club in New York's Westchester county fired around a dozen people who'd worked there for years Victorino. Morales tells a similar story she spent five years as a housekeeper at another Trump coffee club in Bedminster, New Jersey. She's not been back to work since the New York Times reported her claims last month, I spoke with her earlier today and Morales told me that when she worked at the Bedminster club. A supervisor knew she was undocumented A O says this savvy Anka, you're not any e inclusive and stupid. We saw me mohawk metamorphose laundry. They knew that I didn't have documents. And the supervisor George took my ID photo in the laundry room and a cousin of his took me to a place to get fake documents. He told me that I had to pay for them. And I said sorry. But I don't have money to pay for that. He told me not to worry about it that he would cover it. And I pay it back. Her lawyer Anibal Romero represents a group of employees from at least two of Trump's golf clubs. I asked him whether he believes that all of Trump's properties rely so heavily on undocumented workers when Victorino Morales came to my office in October. She said to me that there were many many workers at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster who are undocumented and many of them shared similar stories that they were recruited that they were coerced into doing work. They didn't want to do that they were threatened with deportation. And after Victorino's story came out. I started receiving anonymous calls from people who claim they have worked for Donald Trump who told me very similar stories that management knew that they weren't legal that they were not the they did not have health benefits. They didn't have pension plans that were offered to other people that there was a two tiered system documented workers and the undocumented workers, President Trump's son, Eric who helps run the day-to-day operations of the business gave a statement to the Washington Post where he said we're making a broad effort to identify any employee who has given false and fraudulent documents to unlawfully gain employment where identified any individual will be terminated immediately. What's wrong with that? The workers are the victims the employers recruited them. Brought them into the organization told them to go purchase fraudulent documents. It is not illegal to work in the United States. But it is illegal when you knowingly hire undocumented immigrants, it's actually a federal crime a very serious federal crime. That is why we are asking for a complete and thorough investigation. If homeland security where to conduct an investigation and look at business records, I am certain they will find that. There has been document fraud tax fraud social security fraud health insurance fraud, you're talking about the kind of crackdown. Homeland security has done on poultry processing plants or convenience stores or other businesses you'd like to see that kind of an inspection of Trump properties. I think homeland security needs to investigate this to determine who knew what when did they find out, and why wasn't anything done and just to be clear. I've already been in contact with. With the FBI, and I've been in contact with New Jersey attorney general's office and New York state authorities because I believe my clients are victims, you're accusing the Trump family of hypocrisy, but hypocrisy is not illegal. And there are a lot of employers who hire undocumented workers, and in this case Trump properties have chosen to dismiss some undocumented workers, what's the crime here. Look at the end of the day. We all know, they're here eleven million undocumented immigrants could people decent people. They're working. I think it's time for congress to sit down Democrats and Republicans and find a real solution, and it's virtually impossible to remove eleven million people. So this debate is actually laughable most of these people want social security numbers. They want a work permit. So they can contribute to the social security administration. They want to contribute to the IRS. I think it's time that congress sits down and finds a real solution to this problem that was. Anibal Romero and victory Morales. We reached out to the Trump organization's corporate offices for comment on this story. And we have not yet heard back from them. An unusually large. Outbreak of measles is raising alarm across the Pacific northwest officials in Washington state have even declared a public health emergency as NPR's Patty named reports. So far thirty five cases of measles have been confirmed in Washington state alone, mostly among children under ten Washington state epidemiologist. Dr Scott Linquist says this is likely only the beginning since many of the families with sick kids traveled to very public places lake Cosco, I ki- or the airport or a professional basketball game. And because the telltale knees -als rash may not appear for four days into the onus. People may not know they're infected and could easily unwittingly expose others to this extremely contagious virus. And our big concern is for folks that are immuno-compromised pregnant women young kids or those that are on vaccines. Needed could be at risk for this disease. Infants can't be vaccinated until they're one year old pediatrician Peter hotels with Baylor. College of medicine's national school of Tropical Medicine says people often forget her just don't even know how severe measles can be for widespread. Vaccination measles was to single leading killer of children in the world. And to this day, it still kills one hundred thousand kids that causes measles pneumonia. Measles. Encephalitis deftness. It's measles is the bad actor most of the children infected with measles in Washington state were not vaccinated against the disease ho tests in the Pacific northwest. You have a very aggressive anti vaccine lobby with websites by some estimates up to four hundred eighty misinformation websites all amplified on social media like Washington and Oregon about half of all states in the US allow parents to opt out of that. Ax naming their children if they have a personal or philosophical objection Washington. State officials are now beginning the arduous and costly task of tracking down everyone who might have been exposed to the virus and cautioning them to be on the alert for symptoms, including runny, nose, red, eyes, fever and the rash. If they believe they're infected Dr Linquist says they should contact their healthcare provider and isolate themselves at home, so they don't expose others. Patty, named NPR news..

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"Cbs news on the hour presented by fisher investments object jailer north korea and the united states and sunday morning talk about the conditions for a meeting from treasury secretary steve mnuchin is isn't about elevating anybody this is about the president is very clear that he wants to do everything possible to protect america and its allies that the existing situation of testing nuclear weapons and missiles is completely unacceptable those conditions must be verifiable says wisconsin senator ron johnson well we can't do it you can't do what we did with iran and we let off oppression and just watch of the behaviour going the wrong direction johnson on cnn mnuchin on nbc apparent support for those steel tariffs imposed by the president from democratic senator elizabeth warren also on cnn we need a trade policy that's comprehensive one that makes a distinction between the trading partners that follow the rules and the trading partners that break the rules like china president trump on the stump in pennsylvania campaigning for a needy republican candidate ahead of a special congressional election there cbs's earl burnett if president trump and republicans lose this district to a centrist democrat it's possibly a sign of things to come during midterm elections later this year shades of mouse china's national people's congress enabling she jean ping to remain president for life bbc china correspondence doom mcdonnell in beijing says it's a sea change nearly ten years near later would come along with their papal and the net why nobody had too much power gold toward himself he will one of the only kick them balladur if you like in the chinese system well that's now all go on tens of thousands of people in new york and new jersey still without electricity today nine days after a storm knocked at outs in new york's westchester county this was in that barely stolen it wasn't sandy thea once the mass destruction tiger woods comeback continues entering the final round today woods is only one shot behind corey connors for the lead in the thous bar championship that's a position he never thought about being in as he recovered from all those injured a lot of times i didn't think about it because i was hoping that someone would take the pain away flight yes you get up on a better and.

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